Rachel and Dillon are about as opposite as two people can be. She is quirky, erratic, and liberal, and he is uptight, meticulous, and conservative. But both are brilliant and on the verge of developing a quantum computer with the...
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Rachel and Dillon are about as opposite as two people can be. She is quirky, erratic, and liberal, and he is uptight, meticulous, and conservative. But both are brilliant and on the verge of developing a quantum computer with the potential to change the world. On the eve of certain breakthrough, the sabotage begins--someone knows about their discovery, and the treachery is escalating. In the wrong hands, their discovery could destabilize the world's economy. They have no choice but to run, but are they running from or toward the enemy? Ingermanson deftly combines action-packed suspense, intriguing scientific speculation, a bit of romance, and delightful touches of humor in this fascinating techno-thriller.
This two-time Christy Award-winning author returns with a techno-thriller about the battle to keep a next-generation computer out of the wrong hands.
Dr. Randall Ingermanson is a theoretical physicist with a long-standing interest in computers and the Bible. He earned his Ph.D. in physics from the University of California at Berkeley in 1986 and works as a Senior Staff Scientist at Maxwell Technologies, Inc.. He has authored dozens of scientific articles and reports in quantum field theory, superstring theory, and plasma physics. He also reads Hebrew and has read the Torah in its original language. Dr. Ingermanson lives in San Diego, California, with his wife and three children.