Under Lock and Key: The Zone, a Psychological Thriller by Robin Geesman

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In the meantime, the grip of government experimentation grows stronger as military personnel are incorporated into experimental training that has dire results for some, while Doctor Rhymer heads to Alaska to extract a soldier in need of recalibration from The Zone, a military prison that houses enhanced special ops soldiers who have gone insane, where they’re kept hidden from concern and public scrutiny, safe and secure, Under Lock and Key.

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