Placebo (The Jevin Banks Experience Book #1) | Kindle Edition
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Product Description One man must uncover the truth--even when others will stop at nothing to keep it buried."From cutting-edge science to a magician's trade secrets, Placebo by Steven James is a fascinating journey into American politics, business, and the military. The characters are utterly alive, the story memorable. Gripping and intense, it will keep you on the edge of your seat until the last page."--Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Spies "With every new book, Steven James elevates his game and lifts his readers with him. Placebo is a winner! Highly recommended."--Davis Bunn, bestselling author of Lion of Babylon"A good novel is interesting. A great novel is entertaining. An unforgettable novel is both. Steven James's Placebo is all that and more."--Alton Gansky, bestselling author of Angel and Director's Cut"There's no exaggeration in calling Steven James a master storyteller. Placebo delivers a thrill ride but also emotional depth and intriguing characters you'll lock into immediately. I devoured the story."--James L. Rubart, bestselling author of The Chair"Fascinating, gripping, and thrilling--I loved this book. The master storyteller has woven another spell in Placebo, where the lines of science, reality, and fiction blur in one compelling tale. Intelligent and absolutely un-put-down-able. You will lose sleep over this one."--Tosca Lee, New York Times bestselling author of Demon: A Memoir and the Books of Mortals series with Ted Dekker
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