Remote Access

An International Political Thriller
March 25, 2018
Votes: 2
Audience Adult
Word Count 80-100k (average)

Editing, Production, Marketing & Sales

Edited by Kip Kirby
Cover design by Damonza
Published Through Amazon Createspace – KDP
Marketed by Genius Media Inc
Distributed by IngramSpark
Scheduled for Review on October 29, 2018

Author’s Summary

Annie Logan, the wife of the chief of staff to the President of the United States, is spending another lonely night with too much wine and social media in their home in Tampa, Florida when someone takes control of her computer. A message from a foreign country appears telling her that her husband must stop the president from signing an impending executive order or face far-reaching and deadly consequences.

Annie enlists the help of new friends Marcie Kane and Nathan Harris, a consultant for the FBI, to help convince her skeptical husband that the threats are real. As the threats escalate, the impulsive president is determined not to listen to anyone, especially the hacker. The hacker is equally determined not to fail and risk damage to his reputation. Marcie and Nathan find themselves directly in the middle of a winner-take-all cat and mouse game where the stakes include the life of the President of the United States.

Remote Access will satisfy readers who have even a casual interest in tonight’s news and a love of page-turning suspense

Short Description

The president of the United States is imposing crippling tariffs on China. A computer hacker hired by the furious Chinese regime is determined to stop it, but the president is not listening to anyone, and especially a hacker. The stakes include national security and the life of the president.


Political thriller with page-turning suspense.

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Reviewed by the Ottawa Review of Books

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