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The Whistle

Lee Isserow

Book Overview: 

Inspired by a series of whistleblowers over the last few years, Scott and Jennifer decide the work they've been doing for their nefarious employers needs to be brought into the light.

But the company is far more prepared, and willing to go further than either of them could have ever expected, to make sure the whistle stays silent.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .He was right. Even though Scott was an impulsive jackass, he was always right.

They had been working on the project for two years, but in some ways, their whole careers had been leading up to this point. Scott coined the phrase 'biolopsychologist' to describe what he did. The rest of the world called him a behavioural neuroscientist, but he though that was too easy to say, plus a little stuffy and dry. Jennifer's background was in both organic and inorganic chemistry, with a side-line in micro-engineering and nanofabrication. As far as the project went, their skills complemented one another perfectly.

He was the head of the team working on creating bio-engineered psychoactive compounds and mood stabilisers to be orally ingested. Scott also worked in tandem with another team who installed sonogenetic switches and memetic installation, aural reconditioning to work alongside the ingested compound. This led to. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A very short short-story

This feels rushed even for a short story. Would be good as a flashback scene within the main book but alone it doesn't tell you enough to hook you in

Excellent short story about doing the right thing and the consequences. Even though there is no in depth character or world building I enjoyed the read very much. I highly recommend it and all of Lee Isserow's books, of which a new one is released every month!