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Lies and Paine - The NADIA Project #4

Cyrus Keith

Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing

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Summary

Jenna Paine doesn’t know how “special” she really is. Raised by her scientist mother and a Japanese tutor named Mama-San, her special abilities go unnoticed in the hustle and bustle of her schoolwork and training. However, other eyes are watching as well, from behind a veil of secrets. And they have plans for someone with precisely Jenna’s talents.
 

	In college, she meets a group of people who introduce her to a new vision for world peace, and a way to realize it.
 

	But when the cost for peace is measured in blood, can Jenna get out before it’s too late?

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