Read Point of Control Online Free - In her personal life, FBI agent Andra Bailey works hard to control her sociopathic tendencies. But on the job, her cold logic comes in handy.
Now two world-renowned scientists have disappeared, and the bureau assigns Bailey to find them and hunt down the kidnapper. The agent soon suspects that a rare-metal shortage may be the link between the disappearances and that the motive is far more dangerous than she imagined. With the market in turmoil and prices sky-high, electronics companies and their power-hungry CEOs are ready to do anything—even kill—to keep production lines going.
When a third scientist disappears, Bailey throws caution aside to track the crimes to their source. But by immersing herself so deeply in the case, she risks letting down the defenses she’s built to contain the sociopath inside her.
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February 02, 2016
“Never compete with someone who has nothing to lose.”
L.J. Sellers, an American best-selling author, pens a fast-paced gripping thriller called, Point of Control that unfolds the story about a middle-aged no-nonsense FBI detective trying to find the link behind missing metallu...
January 13, 2016
Although this author has a couple of series, this particular book is a stand alone.
FBI Agent Andra Bailey is a sociopath. She's high functioning and she's not a monster ... she just doesn't see the world the rest of us do. She has no regrets, she feels no extreme emotions. She's very blunt and ha...
January 01, 2016
I've been a huge fan of L.J. Sellers' Detective Jackson series so reluctantly picked Seller's latest novel, "Point of Control" (Thomas & Mercer 2016), from my Vine queue--reluctant because I wanted another Jackson story, not an unknown character I might not like. I don't even like making new...
January 19, 2016
Agent Bailey is a sociopath. You might immediately jump to the conclusion she's the villain in this book. You'd be wrong. Most (there are thousands) sociopaths are hard-working, honest citizens. Most people don't realize how hard they have to work to come up to "normal." Extreme sociopaths (psych...
April 16, 2017
Normally I enjoy a good crime/FBI/CIA thriller, but the execution and details of POINT OF CONTROL rubbed me the wrong way too many times. I feel this may be a case of "not a good fit for me," even though the premise (back cover blurb) had me very intrigued:
"In her personal life, FBI agent Andra...
January 13, 2016
Having read and enjoyed both the Jackson and Dallas series by this author as well as a few of her stand alone books I was very happy when I got my hands on her new book.
In this book we meet Andra Bailey - FBI agent and self-confessed sociopath. Two things that actually go together quite well if y...
January 13, 2016
The characters in any tale need a place to live, and breathe, and react to the world around them that exists in harmony with the plot. L J Sellers is a master of the back story, and I love a good, believable back story. Andra Bailey is an FBI agent. She is also, by her own admission, a sociopath....
January 09, 2016
I received this book for free from Goodreads First Reads in exchange for an honest review....
For the most part, this book was intriguing and interesting. It's very unique and is set apart from most "FBI agent" mystery books. It is well written, but very direct and straight-forward, with simple an...
January 05, 2016
Full of action and an original main character Andra Bailey. She is a sociopath and also a federal agent.
There is a rare metal shortage and mobile phones are in short supply. Electronics companies and their backers are prepared to kill. Scientists are disappearing and Agent Bailey is on the hunt...
November 25, 2015
I received my copy of this book from L.J herself to review for Good Reads. Andra Bailey, an FBI agent is on the case of disappearing scientists who are experts in their field. As the story unfolds it is obvious Andra has sociopathic issues which she tries hard to control. Falling for a younger ma...