Thursday, April 5, 2007

Cutting Edge by Jeffrey S. Savage

Great book, fun to read and kept me up seeing what would happen next. I am looking forward to reading more of Jeffrey Savage's books.

Book jacket:

It Seemed Like the Perfect Move to Make. Perhaps too Perfect.

Cutting Edge follows Travis Edwards, a bright, young LDS programmer, and his wife, Lisa, as they move to Silicon Valley--an area where brainpower and computer power combine in fierce competition.

It's the perfect job. A hot new company is in desperate need of his expertise--and they're willing to make it worth his while. But everything changes when Travis discovers that someone has been stealing sensitive files off of his computer, and the person he confides in mysteriously disappears. Before long, Travis realizes that he can't trust anyone; not his coworkers, his boss, not even members of his ward.

Travis must use all of the means at his disposal to prove his innocence and keep his family alive. Because in Silicon Valley, while some ideas are worth billions, other ideas can get you killed.

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