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Homeless people are vanishing from the streets of Chicago. No one gives the disappearances a second thought, until a powerful CEO, Charles Pearson, pretending to be homeless in order to gather information for his company, is found to be one of the missing individuals. A local search ensues, which leads to the discovery of extensive wrongdoings within Pearson's company. The local search quickly becomes a nationwide investigation that begins to turn society on its end, pitting large corporations against each other and leaving a frantic government to uncover the reasons behind an increasing number of missing people. Meanwhile, the CEO awakens in an unfamiliar room, strapped to a metal table, incapable of even the smallest movement while emotionless strangers attach him to whining machines. The mysterious man placing electrodes to Pearson's chest is supposedly a doctor with good intentions, though his actions become increasingly perverse, increasingly violent. The investigation into numerous disappearances, and the CEO's incarceration in a strange, dangerous facility, converge in the most unexpected way as the world discovers the truth behind Soul Suites.
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About the Author:
Hulden Morse is the author of Soul Suites and two upcoming books: To Behold the Greatest Art and Like a Bear in a Zoo. His novels and stories typically depict society at its darkest moments, edging on surreal while showcasing incredible moments in a believable fashion. His books have been characterized as controversial and twisted, which draws in many new readers through their own curiosity. Outside of writing, Morse is an avid kayaker, rock climber, and tennis player. He is versatile in many instruments, including the piano, harmonica, tuba, and didgeridoo. When he's developing a new story, Morse prefers to sit in his backyard while sipping on whiskey and listening to classical music.