Man in the Moon

When a young computer genius out of the small town of Elroy,Wisconsin discovers a way to modify data from the Human Genome Project to create the perfect DNA, a double agent whose allegiance has always gone to the highest bidder is lured out of semi retirement by the opportunity of a lifetime Now this aging professional, once at the top of his game, will again meet his CIAWhen a young computer genius out of the small town of Elroy,Wisconsin discovers a way to modify data from the Human Genome Project to create the perfect DNA, a double agent whose allegiance has always gone to the highest bidder is lured out of semi retirement by the opportunity of a lifetime Now this aging professional, once at the top of his game, will again meet his CIA nemesis in a fast changing world populated by a much younger, and smarter, generation.To get his hands on the greatest discovery the scientific worldhas ever known, he s going to have to up his game But years ofsolitude, paranoia, isolated stakeouts and endless hotel roomshave taken their toll As he wrestles with the knowledge that heis losing his professional edge, and maybe his grip on reality, the most difficult decisions of his life begin with a mysterious third player who would dare try to beat two old lions to the kill.
Man in the Moon When a young computer genius out of the small town of Elroy Wisconsin discovers a way to modify data from the Human Genome Project to create the perfect DNA a double agent whose allegiance has always

  • Title: Man in the Moon
  • Author: Linda Boltman
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  • Page: 339
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      Published :2018-06-03T16:36:05+00:00

    About the Author

    Linda Boltman

    Growing up in the farm lands of Illinois and graduating from college in the 1960 s, Linda Boltman was part of an era that challenged and changed women s roles Early careers in male dominated fields provided insight into the man s world, laying the stepping stones for future novels Ever the adventurer, she went on to work for a major airline, traveled to over 55 countries and has had endless personal experiences such as backpacking and working throughout Europe, dogfights in a Varga VG 21, zip lining in the jungles of Belize and rappelling off a 160 foot cliff These life adventures gave wings and ink to her creative spirit.In February, 2011 her short story, The Captive, was selected for San Diego Writer s Ink Anthology, Vol 4 as one of San Diego s finest writers and she was honored to read her piece at their February 14th Press Release Party She has had numerous short stories and poems published in IdeaGems, Adventures for the Average Woman and Tough Lit Magazine in both magazine and ezine form in the United States and England Her stories have appeared in GreenPrints, Grand Magazine and The San Diego Reader and other publications.Now an empty nester, Linda resides in San Diego with Jake, a 135 pound Akita St Bernard She keeps close ties with her two children, David and Erin and incorporates her colorful experiences into her hobbies of travel, writing, painting and photography.Look for her books, Man in the Moon, The Sheriff, The Copper Box, Lover s Leap, The Valet of Darkshire Manor, The Captive, Plum Loco, The Christmas Challenge, Moon Pies and her soon to be released book, Tales from a Twisted Mind She is currently working on a futuristic novel of Nobles versus Darklings, in the Battle for Gray Tower Watch for it to come out this year.

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    • Emilie said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:36 PM

      This is a thrilling tale of a double agent coming out of retirement to chase what he believes is an opportunity he cannot pass up-- But, deeper than that is the character study of a man who sees who he was and who he is and is becoming. His long-time rival at the CIA is after the same prize--a program to modify data from the Human Genome Project to create the perfect DNA, a program authored by a young computer genius out of a small town in Wisconsin. It is while these two characters wrestle for [...]

    • Susan said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:36 PM

      When I started this book, I thought it was an espionage thriller. It's more psychological 'thriller' with very little action. Done in first person, the stream of consciousness writing got very old and repetitive and distracting. There was no real resolution by the end! Sure, the main character finds himself in a very different place by the end of the book but I would argue that he didn't really change! I found myself quite frustrated. There were some small gems in the book, but not worth reading [...]

    • Linda Boltman said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:36 PM

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