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    Pharmaceutical industry mystery

    Maggie O'Malley's dream job might just be the death of her! Nail biting fast paced mystery set in the pharmaceutical industry. 25 yr. old Maggie O'Malley has landed a highly coveted first job at Rxcellance Pharmaceuticals. Leaving her family and BFF Constantine behind she is making new friends at work. When Maggie finds her world spinning out of control, it is Constantine to the rescue. . The page turning mystery is not a cozy. I stayed up late to finish it!
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    Deadly Notice

    Protocol started out slow with a character I thought was going to be like the girl who strolls in to the creepy house alone. UNEXPECTED writing skills developed and Maggie O'Malley evolved into a gutsy gal with a phone that announces the next to DIE! I read page after page in rapid succession to find out how Valenti planned to conclude this "Who did it?". First in a series with little clues to what will happen next. Plan to follow this author and her next O'Malley Mystery. "A copy of this book was provided to me by Henery Press via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read and my comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Fast Paced Thriller

    If your a fan of a good clean suspense/thriller you might want to check out Protocol. I was interested from page 1. I felt I was on a good 'ole fast paced ride. The plot was intriguing and twisty turny like any good thriller. A story line that is filled a bunch of crime and many people who die at the hands of the villain(s). You'll find more than 1 villain. Mainly because in typical bad guy style the 'real bad guy' recruits and doesn't let anyone go. Don't do his bidding as he expects and your out 'dead out'. There is no stalling as they realize people are getting too close to the scheme. Including offing a reporter, a citizen working with the homeless, an employee. I kind of lost track. Our main character Maggie ends up running for her life once she begins to figure out the plot. There was a bit of the movie thriller where everywhere the victim turns some one is running behind them with a chain saw or other weapon of destruction. There are alot of random characters; Maggie's co-workers that tha are involved in the plot. Normally I am intrigued and interested in the main characters and the sub characters. I can't say that anyone just jumped out at me. The only character that I really liked was the co-worker Maggie had a fleeting interest in who turned out to be one of the bad guys. Maggie was helped and saved by her best friend she call's Gus who actually is the one that got her into all the trouble in the first place by buying a used phone. Which I thought was a little strange. These days who buys a used phone? The main reason I wasn't drawn in to Gus (I actually wondered why there ended up being a little sizzle at the end leading to a romance in the next installment) Gus carries a hamster around with him in the pocket of his jacket. Although the plot line wasn't creepy or graphic Gus and his hampster Valentine were just that. Creepy. All in all Protocol was a good fast paced thriller. You'll be on the edge of your seat while your wondering who is behind all the mayhem. I received a complimentary copy from Great Escapes Tours

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