SYNOPSIS of EQUITY of EVIL
A Venture Capital Fund makes a risky investment to start a challenging new business that appears capable of reaching profitability with modest capital requirements. The real challenge: optimizing one of the most frequently performed surgical procedures in the World - Abortion.
Founding Partner, Roman Citrano, a successful entrepreneur-turned-venture capitalist, soon struggles with what he believes is his choice to establish the controversial new company. He soon realizes that he and others are but pawns on a massive, ugly chessbord being manipulated to benefit a far larger, illicit market in human organs for trans-plantation. Unbeknowingly, prime, hyper-enriched organs are spawned from the aborted fetuses and grown like hydroponic vegetables.
An unfolding world of deceit, rape, human trafficking and assassination becomes deeply personal as Roman's sole love interest secretly uses one of his new abortion services to terminate her untilmely pregnancy. When she disappears, his frantic search becomes a hellish nightmare that grows worse by the hour.
Based on true events, this bold novel involves some of the world's oldest, most emotional and controversial issues. At the core of each matter is man's predisposition to control and take ownership of the human spirit for the sake of profit and personal gain... such is the dark and brutal new world where life becomes the equity of evil.
SYNOPSIS of EQUITY of FEAR
Researchers and scientists in the U.S., Russia and Japan compete in a new technological race to control fear and pain in the minds of the world's populace. At first the race is rooted in purely scientific ambitions, such as that of space travel or in the era of the industrial revolution, but it evolves into something much more sinister.
Dr. Frank Moretti, CEO of Recon Innovations, is among the founders of such new technologies, designed to help millions of patients eliminate irrational fears of flying, heights, insects that buzz, the darkness of night, or even death. Recon has further developed a neuroplasticity program that successfully re-wires the brain to restore memories in patients suffering from stroke or Alzheimer's Disease.
Despite words of caution from Roman Citrano, member of the Recon Board of Directors, and no stranger to the insidious intentions of other forces at work beneath still waters, Moretti pushes forward with plans to license the technology to competing countries. Such attempts take a dark and rebellious turn in which both Moretti and Citrano are drawn into a quagmire of international intrigue and ugliness.
Here is yet another dark world where scientists experiment on orphaned children rather than rhesus monkeys, where torture and pain become just another set of data points and lives are discarded for the sake of owning the ability to control how man perceives and processes fear.