What if talk of death panels isn't just talk? What if there is a top secret government project to euthanize people?
When a United States senator develops a compassionate project to euthanize the elderly who are in the end stages of life, it quickly spins out of his control. The project evolves into a top-secret and deadly scheme to cut government spending by euthanizing all segments of the terminally ill population, regardless of age. When the senator discovers this, he tries to expose the conspiracy, but is impeded by high-ranking superiors who are consumed by the potential political fallout. Finally, he manages to slip a flash drive containing the top-secret information to his college-age son. With powerful and incriminating information literally in his hands, his son is forced to go on the run as he fights to expose the project in an attempt to save thousands of innocent lives. All the while, powerful government officials, desperate to keep their lethal plan under wraps, are hot on his trail and willing to use any means possible, including deadly force, to stop him or anyone helping him.
Author Jeffrey Royer's debut fictional masterpiece, The Mercy Project, weaves an intricate tale of greed and deception. With the action-packed plot and realistic possibilities, he pulls readers into a world consumed by one of the worst government conspiracies imaginable.
Living in New York City has it’s advantages. Great restaurants, shopping,
museums, nightlife. But sometimes you just want peace and quiet. You want to
get away from people. That’s exactly what Stanley and Sarah Caron wanted; privacy. They wanted to get away from the chaos of the city and find an isolated home without neighbors.
The Carons discovered an estate in Upstate New York that offered
privacy at a fraction of the cost of what they would find downstate; a retreat
that afforded them the isolation and solitude they so desperately wanted. But
sometimes, you get more than you wish for. The young couple quickly realized
that occasionally seclusion comes at a cost. Sometimes something terrible happens
and the nightmare begins when the very people you couldn’t wait to get away
from are not there to help you.
The sequel to The Mercy Project scheduled to be released in 2017.