The Rasner Effect by Mark Rosendorf

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    Rick Rasner escaped death in a New York City bridge explosion - but he couldn't escape becoming an unwitting participant in a top secret military experiment.

    Seven years later, while working at an institution for troubled children, Rick finds himself the target of a group of mercenaries called The Duke Organization.

    When they meet, the life of Rick Rasner, and the lives of the Duke Organization, will change forever...but not as much as that of fifteen year old, Clara Blue. Pulled into a world of violence, can Clara escape, or will she choose to stay?

    Rating: non-romance
    Page Count: 414
    Word Count: 102596
    978-1-62830-264-6 Paperback
    978-1-62830-265-3 Digital


    The man, smaller and years younger, inched his way forward, sidestepping abandoned cars with a single-minded focus. At one juncture, he disappeared in a cloud of smoke. When it cleared, he gripped a tire iron like a spear in his right hand. In his left, he still held the small black detonator box.

    “If I’m going down,” the man shouted, “then so are you. This is not over!”

    Was another charge about to detonate? Had he mistakenly assumed this to be a diversion so the rest of his group could escape? Jake guessed it didn’t matter right now.

    Keeping his eyes on the man, he used one hand to remove the burnt and still smoking Kevlar vest. Smoke wafted from his adversary too, yet no pain showed on the man’s face. Was he a good actor or had he somehow remained uninjured in the horrifying blast?

    Jake clenched his fists and prepared for what could quite possibly be both their final battles—the assassin because he’d been paid to do a job, Jake because he’d been hired to stop this group called “The Duke Organization.”

    First, he had to go through this man. He stood fifteen feet away now.

    Jake’s head spun. His throat and lungs burned with the acrid smoke. His knees wobbled like jelly—instinct screamed to grab hold of something solid. But that would show weakness to his adversary.

    Ten feet away. How much longer could he keep from passing out?


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