by David Chacko
When Greg Louden is called in to investigate a theft of intellectual property at a software firm, he has no idea what is at stake. He never dreams that lines of code are things people will kill and die for. But after he stumbles upon a brutal murder in the past that links to the present he starts to believe it.
Who invented this program that calculates the future with godlike precision? How can it do what it does?
It won’t take Louden long to see that the man who knows what will happen tomorrow can take what he likes from today. If he happens to be a legendary figure on Wall Street with an obscure past, he can have it all as soon–as he eliminates the one man who stands in his way.
About The Author
David Chacko has written twenty-one novels. Many are in the espionage and mystery genres with occasional outbreaks into common sense. He can usually be found in Istanbul or New York. The consistent factor here is that both places have good food, beautiful women, and memorable views of the sea.
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