Chronic Fear

ChronicFear

the sequel to Liquid Fear

Available for Kindle USKindle UK, paperback at Amazon or BN.com, and in audio from Audible and iTunes.

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Chronic Fear is the second installment of Scott Nicholson’s chilling Fear Series, which began with the harrowing Liquid Fear. The story picks up one year after the notorious Monkey House trials, from which the tiny handful of survivors have scattered in the wind. For while the unwitting human guinea pigs are still alive, the experimental drugs to which they were subjected continue to wreak havoc on their emotional stability. World-renowned neurobiologist Dr. Alexis Morgan knows first-hand the horrors of the sadistic experiment: her husband, Mark, was one of its victims. As a result, he is plagued by unpredictable bouts of rage and paranoia. Dr. Morgan’s research into the drug leads her to suspect presidential candidate and U. S. Senator Daniel Burchfield of plotting to gain control of the drug for his own purposes, a power play that is sure to result in countless casualties unless she and three Monkey House survivors can outwit the shadowy figures behind the conspiracy—if they don’t lose their own sanity first.

Read a sample for Kindle USKindle UK, paperback at Amazon or BN.com, and in audio from Audible and iTunes.

More about the first Fear book, Liquid Fear

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