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Unholy Code (A Lana Elkins Thriller)

by Thomas Waite

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Book Three of Lana Elkins finds her daughter, who is 17 and in high school, in love with a Sudenese Muslim who goes to her school. His uncle used to be connected to Al-Quid a and ISIS, who now lives in Bethesda, Maryland. The uncle is not at all happy that his Muslim nephew is dating a white, American girl.

Plot thickens when nearly the kid's whole lives can be found on social media. Lana is an American target by ISIS due to her post in cyber security against terrorists. Neo-Nazis target Lana's daughter, Emma, to slaughter on social media and make it look like ISIS did it.

This is a very violent book, bordering on gruesome sickness. It was just a little much for me, although I enjoyed most of the book. It is a bout of non-stop action adventure that makes one pray this never happens on U. S. soil. It is most definitely worth the read.
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  Connie57103 | Dec 23, 2016 |
The third instalment of the Lana Elkins series about her phenomenal computer prowess and events from recent headlines. Plenty of action and villains to go around, radical Islamic Fundamentalists, Neo-Nazis, and stupid politicians to name a few. Also ample invasions of personal privacy via cell-phone, computer, and now automobile computers to inform and or concern the uninitiated. All told a predictable but fun read, just what you may need for the summer. ( )
  dmclane | Jun 9, 2016 |
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