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Suppression by P.S. Winn

On My Kindle BR's review of Suppression by P.S. Winn
Although fiction, this suspense thriller is based on a true story,

Dan Warren is an inventor with an invention that could change the world, only one problem, the Government doesn't want it and will do what ever it takes to stop the invention that could end pollution and create cheap or free energy. including stopping Dan Warren.
Source: I downloaded this book when the author offered it for free on Amazon.
Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Conspiracy
Pub. Date: May 21, 2014

Front cover of Suppression by P.S. Winn

Review

All Dan Warren was looking to do was invent something to help reduce pollution. What he ended up with was an invention that reduced pollution AND created a sustainable energy source. The government didn't want that and it did everything it could to prevent Dan's invention from going public.

I've always enjoyed P.S. Winn's short and intelligent conspiracy theory novels, and Suppression is no exception. Winn has a knack for creating characters that are easy to like and realistic, and the theories behind her novels are logical and rational. I personally enjoy Winn's direct style; there aren't a lot of unnecessary subplots and characters to detract from the point of the book. I've read a few conspiracy novels that seem a bit sketchy and paranoid, but this one is quite believable.

If you're looking for a quick, enthralling read with compelling characters and tense moments, you won't be disappointed!

About P.S. Winn

P.S. Winn, author. Courtesy of Goodreads.


The author of 50 books in 5 years, 53 is now out and more are on the way! P.S. Winn is not only an avid writer, but an avid reader. The author is constantly with a book whether her own or someone else's, the author is always looking for a new journey and believes that with books and a vivid imagination anything is possible. P.S Winn loves the readers who bring her stories to life and thanks them for what they add to the books. Their imagination added to her own complete the stories.
On My Kindle BR's review of Suppression by P.S. Winn

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