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Sunday, May 19, 2013

New giveaway! Now I'm giving away Hide and Seek by H. L. Wegley


About the book:

A computer security breach within a US defense contractor's firewalls leads investigators, Lee Brandt and beautiful, brilliant Jennifer Akihara, onto the cyber-turf of terrorists, where they are detected and targeted for elimination. Lee leads them on a desperate and prayer-filled flight for survival into the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Will Jennifer's pursuit of truth about the conspiracy, and the deepest issues of life, lead her into the clutches of terrorists, into the arms of Lee Brandt, or into the arms of the God she deems untrustworthy?

My thoughts: I was supposed to get this book to review but it hasn't arrived yet. If I get it soon, I will review it later.

The question: What do you think about cyber terrorism? I will choose a winner next Sunday using "the hat" randomizer program.

8 comments:

Faith F. said...

This sounds like a very interesting book! I am eager to read your review! Cyber terrorism is certainly a problem that could wreak havoc in this world. The more technology we have, the risk we run that it san be compromised grows. So we need bright minds to figure out how to defend it.
I would love to be entered in this giveaway!

Faith, mickeydog(AT)myfairpoint(DOT)net

Sheila Deeth said...

It does sound intriguing. As to cyber-terrorism, I suspect it's one of those things that won't go away, just like the non-cyber sort... just like robbery, murder and all those other things in a fallen world.

H L Wegley said...

Cyber-terrorism has gotten much more sophisticated since I planned this story in 2009 and drafted it in 2010. Books 2 & 3 in the Pure Genius Series deal with human trafficking then book 4, which I'm currently drafting, closes out the series with a fun story about first love, a love that is spawned by a serious cyber-terrorist plot.

Anonymous said...

Sounds interesting book possibilities of those things happening now high. Wouldover to be entered in drawing.
Bamaani at yahoo dot com

Jennifer Slattery said...

I don't know enough about cyber-terrorism to formulate an opinion, but this book looks fabulous! A must-read for sure! (jenniferaslattery@gmail.com)

mamadoveonabox said...

Cyber-terrorism in the right hand can cause massive havoc in many, many nations and it also can make computers something of a Tool to Create well lets just say mayhem!!!
I for one would be honored and very, very interested in reading this book! It would sit on my Must Read Bookshelf - if I am chosen my email is jdovefamily@gmail.com
Blessings to your family!!!
~Jenn

Michelle Sutton said...

and the winner is... Sheila!

Sheila Deeth said...

Thank you Michelle! I shall really look forward to reading this.

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