Today’s Featured Kindle Book:
Author: Joe Klingler
One man on a decades old mission. A woman who hunts him. And the bullet they share.
Joe Klingler’s acclaimed debut novel explodes from the remnants of a war long past to headlines of Washington secrets masquerading as corporate incompetence when two modern-day warriors face off. Both skilled at violence. And deception. Both accustomed to winning.
Summer greets the land of the midnight sun as a lone rider races across the last American wilderness, delivering on a promise he made long ago. He has many names, but the world only knows a shadow called the Demon.
Claire Ferreti, an Army sniper soon to be drawn into a black-ops mission, sips sake in Washington D.C. with her lover, a young, ambitious General whose geosecurity specialty remains classified. When a boy finds a small machine, Claire and the Demon embark on a collision course that leads to a test of skill, a clash of ideologies, and Claire’s unconscious body lying in a typhoon-ravaged jungle. In that instant she becomes the hunted, the Demon’s tool for survival, and an unforeseen threat. As the General pursues them into a labyrinth of cyber-secrets, political necessity and financial reality collide like a fireball piercing steel pipe.
About the Author:
Joe Klingler is a programmer and musician whose first thoughts of writing were sparked by reading The God Machine by Martin Caidin as a boy. The thrills painted by words competed with dreams of the future of digital computing. Computing won out for a time and he became a computer scientist, pursued medical-imaging research, wrote papers, founded a software startup, and received patents and design awards. Eventually he landed in Silicon Valley where he was engulfed by the powers of corporate America. Throughout he continued to be fascinated with the art of storytelling, particularly the interplay of people and the technology they build their lives around. He writes techno-thrillers that intertwine digital technology and his passions for music and motion. Joe currently resides in California with an iMac and a handful of motorcycles.
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