by Avi Domoshevizki #IncidentalHero
About This Book From The Description…
In a world contaminated by greed and politics, the line between right and wrong can get blurred.
Tom is a high-tech genius leading a successful software start-up. An unforeseen financial crisis nearly spells doom for his company. When an unexpected $6 million contract is offered, he and Judy, the shrewd CEO, jump on it. As things turned out, that might not have been such a good idea.
Mystery, romance, and political intrigue in a sophisticated thriller that will leave you breathless.
A series of unexplained events forces Tom to deal with deception, death, love, and loyalty. Sharon, Tom’s wife, disappears. His company is at stake. His country stands on the brink of war. With his family and business in ruins, he is drawn into the shadowy realm of espionage and conspiracy, where ambiguity is the only rule, and where he can trust no one.
A suspenseful glimpse into the mysterious secrets of the cyber world.
With a blistering pace and an inimitable cast of engaging characters, Incidental Hero grips the reader’s heart and mind, and will have you turning pages well into the night.
What I thought about this book
I just finished reading this Kindle Edition of Incidental Hero by Avi Domoshevizki. It was a pretty good story, the author wrote it well. I was taken pretty much right from the beginning. Some books take several long chapters before the reader starts really getting into the story. Not this one.
There was a lot of twists to the story and the ending was a little unexpected, which is always good. It’s more fun reading when you can’t guess the outcome.
I was a little hesitant ordering seeing it is an international conspiracy. I simply love a good conspiracy read, but the international part sometimes throws me when they use names and places I can’t pronounce. Not a problem with this book. I love learning about foreign places with a good description of the surroundings, but this book did not really do much for explaining that type of thing. The author stuck to the storyline bringing the “hero, Tom” back and forth from the US to Israel without much for country background except for some laws and cyber stuff important to the story.
All in all I enjoyed reading this book each night before bed and secretly wished I was more technically inclined.