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   OUT OF THE BLUE - TOM INABNET

Professor Dalton Parker has invented something quite remarkable.  It is called "The Infinity Device" and is a matter transmission machine.  The machine is capable of transporting matter from one place to another.  The U.S. government wants to use this device in space travel.  However, other uses for this invention are endless.  What would happen if the enemy had this machine?  Just think what they could do with it!

Everything was going according to the plan until the night before the final test.  A devastating explosion destroyed the lab and everything in it. 

Was this explosion an accident? 

It soon becomes very clear that it was not.  Professor Parker, his invention and everyone else who were in the lab the day of the explosion turn up thousands of miles away.  Who was responsible for this?  Was the Professor involved?  Was it one of the other people in the lab that day?  Was it someone else?

The U.S. government must work fast before the device ends up in the hands of the terrorists.  Do they make it in time?

This is an exciting science fiction novel.  There is plenty of suspense as the government races against the clock to find the "Infinity Device".  This book is an entertaining read and one that will keep you guessing throughout the book.  Even if you are not a regular sci-fi fan you will still enjoy reading this book.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, NANCY EATON

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