Saturday, October 12, 2013

Fatal Transaction Book Review

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About the Book

Sara, an expert computer hacker, knows better than to trust anyone-certainly not the powerful and crooked business mogul for whom she works. But there is no future for the life of a thief. Determined to find a way out, Sara devises a scheme to double-cross her employer and steal millions through one final fatal transaction. Desperate and on the run, she finds temporary sanctuary with the mysterious Derry Conway. As the FBI closes in and her former associates seek revenge, Sara tries to escape but finds all avenues blocked. Trapped, she sees only one road out-Derry must take the fall and pay for her crimes. But will it work? Is her freedom more important than the life of an innocent man? Or will Sara make the ultimate sacrifice to save those she cares about?(Goodreads)

My Review
  All I can say is wow!! This book really surprised me, I couldn't put it down. I know very little about computers and this book is all about codes, computers, and credit card hacking, yet it held my interest.  The characters are realistic with their personal struggles, and how they handle their past. I also enjoyed this book because of the good message it portrays. The main character, Sara, is so bogged down by her past and current life that discovering a good person like Derry, who believes in God, throws her for a curve. This really added to the story line. The setting is in Denver, Colorado which I enjoyed because I know that area and it made the story more realistic in my mind.
 Expect a fast paced high-tech suspense read that will have you wanting to read more.

I highly recommend!

Stop by this website to learn more about W. Richard Lawrence and Fatal Transaction.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Thanks, Michelle. I'm sure the author appreciates your kind words.