Review: False Witness by Randy Singer


About the book: Clark Shealy is a bail bondsman with the ultimate bounty on the line: his wife’s life. He has forty-eight hours to find an Indian professor in possession of the Abacus Algorithm—an equation so powerful it could crack all Internet encryption.

Four years later, law student Jamie Brock is working in legal aid when a routine case takes a vicious twist: she and two colleagues learn that their clients, members of the witness protection program, are accused of defrauding the government and have the encrypted algorithm in their possession. After a life-changing trip to the professor’s church in India, the couple also has the key to decode it. Now they’re on the run from federal agents and the Chinese mafia, who will do anything to get the algorithm. Caught in the middle, Jamie and her friends must protect their clients if they want to survive long enough to graduate.

My thoughts:  When I requested this book, I didn’t realise that it was a repackaging of an old book that I had just read!! So I found it difficult to pick up to read again so soon. I asked my sister if she could review it but then she had to cancel her visit. I’m afraid I flunked out on this one because I’m also late posting this. 😦 However, Randy Singer is an excellent author and I love his books. I would buy any of his books just because they have his name on them. So if you haven’t read one, give it a shot! From what I have seen, I also happen to think that when I get around to reading this book, it will be better than the original edition.

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