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Hide and Seek by H.L. Wegley

Blurb:
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?

There is an interview with Jennifer here

And a book trailer HERE

Review:
Wow...
It's not often a book drags you in like this one does. It starts with a bang and continues at a heart-stopping pace through out its 264 pages. Asked to investigate a potential threat to national security, Lee brings in Jennifer to help. Not realising this would lead to both of them being put in life threatening danger and running for their lives.
A book that doesn't want to be put down, it'll keep your pulse racing, your fingers turning pages and your mind desperate for the sequel.
I received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for a fair review

You can get a copy of this book, and I honestly recommend you do, from here. Or from Amazon, Amazon US

You can read about book two in this series in the next couple of days when I've finished reading it.
And book 3 is releasing next month. You can read about that on June 16th. Once I've read it :)

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