With every syllable spoken, every word written, and every step taken recorded, evaluated and rated, there are two things missing; the entire truth and the absolute intent. A story of obsession, paranoia, love, and courage. When Jake Conley is thrust into the spotlight after stopping a deranged gunman at an L.A. theater, his new-found fame gets the attention of a private surveillance consulting company that recruits him to be a public relations asset and field consultant working in the world of data mining, hidden cameras, and drones. The benefits are overwhelming and seem to include a beautiful young woman from Venezuela, Medalia Mendoza, daughter of one of the company's biggest financial contributors, and whose mother has been missing for the last five years. Questions about the company's integrity and Conley's role with it mount until he is faced with the life and death decisions that affect everyone involved.
My review is based on a free copy received from the author but it is strictly my own opinion. This story seemed to grow from the recent mass shootings and the Snowden case (he is even mentioned in the book). Jake Conley is a private investigator who happens to thwart a mass shooting at a movie theater (note: the author claimed it was a movie that teamed Batman, Superman and Spiderman but this could never happen as Spiderman is owned by a different company) and is thrust into the spotlight as a hero. … more