Monday, September 23, 2013

Book "Encrypted" by Carolyn McCray

About the Book: A code written in unbreakable Angelic script.
The resurgence of the Black Death.
Can an FBI Agent and the Robin Hood Hacker save the world from another Dark Ages?

About the Author: Carolyn has had a long and extremely interesting road to become a bestseller. 
When she head to veterinary school those many years ago she had no idea decades later she would be writing controversial historical thrillers, gut wrenching mysteries and roller coaster-style action/adventure tales!
Born in San Francisco and raised in the beautiful Napa Valley, Carolyn always had an overactive imagination. As a child you could usually find her dragging the neighborhood children out to the haunted barn to make her Nancy Drew-style audio tapes. Oh and did she mention, there was an entire life-sized recreation of the nativity scene in the rafters? Yeah, that wasn't just a little creepy.
Which of course was great practice for writing such blockbusters as Plain Jane: A Patterson-style thriller with a dash of Hannibal and 30 Pieces of Silver: An Extremely Controversial Historical Thriller.
Carolyn is honored to have a seven book contract with Amazon's mystery and thriller imprint, Thomas & Mercer along with being one of the eight books during the inaugural launch of Amazon's new Serial program (9th Circle).
With over 250,000 books sold, Carolyn now lives on a beautiful lake in the Pacific Northwest where the fog rolls in over the water, snuffing out all signs of life around her. Yep, she still loves the creepy!

My Review: This is a very fast paced story that you read on the edge of your chair. At the end you see yourself cheering for the outlaws, hoping that they will prevail against the law. This book is part of the series called "Robin Hood Hacker" and the main characters are very well developed. Ronnie is a beautiful hacker, with a brilliant partner named Quirk. On her first try to meet FBI agent Zach, that is trying to capture her, the hell got loosed and she ended up to have to rescue him and from there they both run for their lives for most part of the book, trying to stop a terrorist group to spread the plague known as Black Death.It took me almost nineteen hours to read the whole book. I recommend this book to the permanent library of all readers that love a very well written thriller, with romance and high technology toys, and with salvation of the world at stake. This was the first book I read from this author and definitely will not be the last.

I bought this book from in its electronic version. Opinions expressed here are my own.

If you read this review, feel free to leave a comment!

No comments:

Post a Comment