Stolen Thoughts By Tim Tigner
Book/Novel Author: Tim Tigner
Book/Novel Title: Stolen Thoughts
How would your life change …if you could read another’s thoughts?If you were the one …to break the biological code?Imagine John Grisham meets Michael Crichton in a fast-paced mystery thriller._______________________________________ There’s been a breakthrough on the campus of Caltech. A discovery. An invention. One so startling and surprisingly sinister that the inventor can’t tell a soul.Destined to delight everyone in your book club, Stolen Thoughts is a clever thriller you will quickly finish and never forget.Precariously poised at the center of the action is Victoria Pixler, a bioengineering student with a tragic past, a passionate quest, and a brilliant mind. After a decade of dedication, Vicky finally struck gold only to have her dream shattered and her career terminated—by the least likely suspect. Propelling the thrills from the middle of the mystery is one of humanity’s great questions: Would the power to read minds be a blessing, or a curse?Pick up your copy today, then prepare for sleep-deprived nights and skipped chores while repeating the phrase: “Just one more page.”_______________________________________”Tim Tigner is the antidote of Dull.” —Steve Wilson”Clever to the point where you can’t put the book down.” —Maryellen Crane”I defy anyone to anticipate his plot twists.” —Henry Shop”Still trying to catch my breath. He is a superb storyteller.” —Amy Peck”A thinking person’s thriller.” —Glen Robins_______________________________________Amazon named Tim Tigner an All-Star Author in December, 2017 and every month since for being one of the most popular authors on Kindle.His books are recommended for fans of David Baldacci, Lee Child’s Jack Reacher, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Nelson DeMille’s John Corey, Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp, Mark Greaney’s Gray Man, Gregg Hurwitz’s Orphan X, Robert Ludlum’s Jason Bourne, John Sandford’s Lucas Davenport, Daniel Silva’s Gabriel Allon, Brad Taylor’s Pike Logan, Brad Thor’s Scot Harvath, and Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon.