Thursday, November 11, 2010

The Shadow Warriors, soon to be on the Kindle

Soon, before the holidays I hope, my novel of technology and desire, The Shadow Warriors will be available for purchase on your Kindle.  I haven't set a price yet, but it will be cheap.  Information Warfare is as ripped from the headlines as it was in the nineties when I began to write the novel.  Amazon has some good reviews if you want to check them out.  Don't get it mixed up with Tom Clancy or Korea or the computer game.  Next time I'll Google the title far and wide. 

Just a heads up.  Sorry for the Blatant Self Promotion.
Emma Lee Davis must delve deep into the past to find a weapon to end the Infowar that threatens to de-stabilize a computer-dependent global economy.  Project manager of a  tiny firm of cyber-sleuths, Emma scrambles to make the connections between a body washing up on a beach in Singapore, and the technical derring-do at a German university.
She tracks a desperate hacker planning a unique software auction, a determined entrepreneur who will stop at nothing to acquire  ‘bleeding edge’ software and  tumbles onto a new generation of terrorists with their own agenda. 

Emma and her colleagues are sucked into a vortex of lies, spies, and betrayals and ultimately into the sleaze and paranoia of Berlin in the months before the wall comes down. Not quite glamorous, sometimes nerdy, always nosy, irreverent and intuitive, Emma becomes the reluctant sleuth. She narrates the story as she scrambles to manage a software project and her complicated love life, while puzzling over the paradox, “if our mission is to stop computer crime, why are we abetting it?”

  More holiday recipes anon, including from scratch Green Bean Casserole and Sweet Potatoes Stuff in Orange Shells.  Check out the Pumpkin Bars.  Yowza! 

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