In Seattle's very creative and highly sought after
Wright and Wong advertising agency, three high level
executives are unhappy. Finance Officer/Controller Mark
Johnson, Corporate Creative Director Pamela Wiley, and Vice
President of Client Services Brad Teeters realize they made
CEO Wong a multimillionaire, but they remain stuck in a
middle class lifestyle and income.
The trio unites to issue an ultimatum to Wong, who has not
even shown up at the office in months. Unless he sells
them the company, they will quit and start a new company.
At least half the present clients of Wright and Wong would
come with them. Wong agrees with the stipulation that the
threesome comes with him on a retreat first. They soon
find themselves struggling to survive, as none of them know
what is an exercise and what is a death trap.
Larry Brooks has written an exciting thriller as the
reader, like the group, never knows what is deadly and what
is an exercise. In PRESSURE POINT, ignoring reality could
mean death with no one trusting anyone adding to the
individual's stress. This fascinating novel is similar to
The Deadly Game, but Mr. Brooks keeps it fresh because
reality is so blurred.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 3, 2001