Sunday, February 17, 2013

Unauthorized Access

Unauthorized Access is a fast-paced romp reminiscent of the early works of John Grisham. Think of the movie The Fugitive with Harrison Ford, or The Firm with Tom Cruise – that's the type of suspenseful action you can expect from Unauthorized Access.

The idea for this book came to me one day when I was listening to an Internet security expert being interviewed on public radio. “Can you imagine what would happen,” he said, “if someone managed to take down the computer systems at a bank?” Well that remark got me imagining exactly that.

Unauthorized Access tells the story of Rob Donovan and Lesley McGrath, a recently engaged young couple living in Boston. Rob receives an emergency call from his boss at the First Malden Bank after the first successful cyberattack in American banking history scrambles thousands of account records. First Malden’s survival is on the line as furious customers and voracious reporters descend on the bank. Rob is part of the team trying to fix the damage, until the FBI charges him with the crime and brings his world crashing down. Facing prison time for Rob and the loss their future together, the couple’s only chance of reclaiming their lives lies in cutting through a web of mistrust and betrayal to uncover the startling truth behind the attack.

5-Star Reviews for Unauthorized Access

“From the minute you start this book, you’re in it until it’s over. You’ll be hooked.”

    – Jacqui Brown, author of Dancing With The Devil

“Andrew McAllister is a master of suspense. If you haven’t taken a break before the middle, forget it - you won’t want to put it down.”

    – Ella Medler, author of Blood Is Heavier

“I literally devoured this book.”
    – RenĂ©e-Ann Giggie, author of Stella’s Plea

“An excellent debut thriller that will have you reading spellbound to the end.”
    – Linda Hall, author of Steal Away

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