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Invasion of Privacy: A Novel

by Christopher Reich

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When her husband is killed in the line of duty working for the FBI, Mary finds some inconsistencies. Her investigation takes her to a world of hacking and involves her oldest daughter. Very good! ( )
  LivelyLady | Dec 31, 2016 |
Decent story, well-crafted, not a self-doubt amongst the crew. I couldn't wait to get back to it, but then couldn't wait for it to be over. ( )
  mgiampaoli | May 22, 2016 |
I was very happy to have won this cybercrime murder mystery on the GoodReads giveaway, Invasion of Privacy is the story of an FBI agent's wife, Mary, who seeks to find the truth about how her husband was killed. With the help of an alcoholic and recently fired newspaper journalist, Mary embarks on a dangerous mission that unveils a high level conspiracy to cover up his death and much more. Jessie, Mary's fifteen year old techno geek daughter, also becomes involved and finds herself in danger when she uses her hacking skills to try to recover the last phone message from her dad. Invasion of Privacy is a page turner that will make you think twice about using your smart phone or computer. You will be left wondering whether any of your life is private. My only negative comment about this book was that I found Mary to be a tad too "wonder woman" for my taste and a little lacking in the emotional department. It made it a little hard to connect with her. Still, an entertaining book worth reading. ( )
  kremsa | Jul 15, 2015 |
When FBI agent Joe Grant meets with an informant, something goes terribly wrong and both he and the informant are killed. But Joe had called his wife, Mary, and left a cryptic message on her cell phone. The message mysteriously disappears and when Mary turns to the FBI for help, she discovers that not everyone is interested in the truth and those she trusted most of all will stop at nothing to keep her from finding out what really happened to her husband.

The fast-paced plot grabs readers from the very first page and builds suspense as it careens along at breakneck speed until the final reveal.

Highly recommended. ( )
  jfe16 | Jul 14, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0385531575, Hardcover)

One woman's quest to discover the truth behind her husband's death will pit her against a new generation of cutting-edge surveillance technology and the most dangerous conspiracy in America—Invasion of Privacy is the riveting, new standalone suspense novel from New York Times bestselling author Christopher Reich.

     On a remote, dusty road forty miles outside of Austin, Texas, FBI agent Joe Grant and a confidential informant are killed in a deadly shootout. Left to pick up the pieces is Mary Grant, Joe's young wife and mother of their two daughters. The official report places blame for the deaths on Joe's shoulders . . . but the story just doesn't add up and Mary has too many troubling questions that need answers. How did Joe's final voice mail—containing a cryptic warning for Mary, recorded moments before the fatal shooting—disappear without a trace from her phone?         Stonewalled by the FBI, Mary will be drawn into a deadly conspiracy that puts her in the crosshairs of the richest and most powerful men in America . . . and the newest and most terrifying surveillance system known to man.
     New York Times bestselling author Christopher Reich is the master of crafting thrillers of the highest caliber, with nonstop action and nail-biting suspense. Invasion of Privacy is his richest, most relevant novel to date and will have readers hooked from the first page to the last. Your privacy is for sale.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:00:24 -0400)

On a remote, dusty road forty miles outside of Austin, Texas, FBI agent Joe Grant and a confidential informant are killed in a deadly shootout. Left to pick up the pieces is Mary Grant, Joe's young wife and mother of their two daughters. The official report places blame for the deaths on Joe's shoulders ... but the story just doesn't add up and Mary has too many troubling questions that need answers.… (more)

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