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A Minor Glitch

Michel Poulin

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Scientific genius, savvy businesswoman, filthy rich, beautiful, ruthless : all words used frequently by others to describe Tasha Lenoir, founder and owner of the powerful Lenoir Industries consortium. She may be rich and powerful, but Tasha also has many enemies jealous of her success, enemies who would love to steal her technological secrets from her, including that of her matter transportation device. That is why Tasha always go around accompanied by her personal bodyguard, Terry Clarkson. On this day in October of the year 2624, Terry again accompanies Tasha on a business trip to Paris, along with Tasha’s executive secretary and her top aerospace engineer. The trip by matter transporter from New York to Paris was supposed to take only a fraction of a second. However, the four women dematerialize on the transporter pad in New York but never rematerialize on the Paris pad and are never seen or heard of again. Are the four young women dead, their molecules dispersed somewhere, or were they transported to the wrong location, either by accident or intentionally?

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .The system is ready and set on the coordinates of our Paris branch’s headquarters, Miss Lenoir.’’ ‘’Excellent! Hopefully, I will have a chance to enjoy Paris a bit after I straighten out the mess created by the idiots over there. I might also use this trip to renew my wardrobe.’’ Her tone clearly announced what would happen to the ‘idiots’ in question once she would be in Paris: those at fault would be summarily fired and would find it next to impossible afterwards to find new employment". . . Read More