A Good Read: Hiding in Sunshine by John Stuart & Caitlin Stuart

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I received this book from Influenster, and I am very grateful for the opportunity to review such a fun, exciting romp. Written by father-daughter duo John and Caitlin Stuart, this cyber-crime thriller is poignant, timely and so well written, I could re-read it right away! With details to spare and taking place in their geographical backyard, the little nuances of writing this close to home really shine through. With a twist at the end I didn’t see coming (and no, I won’t spoil it here!), I left this literary experience satisfied and ready for more! This Stuart duo did a bang up job, putting themes like identity theft, and bank fraud at the forefront of the narrative, something we all have had some type of experience with, unfortunately. But it’s a detail that means we can immediately identify with our protagonists. I will say that the book started out a little slow, but once it takes off, hold on tight, because I couldn’t put it down! Kidnapping, suspense, and evil foreign criminal enterprise, witness protection, technological armageddon…my goodness! There’s something for everyone here, and your doing yourself a disservice not picking this up.

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Essential Facts (by the Publisher): Hiding in Sunshine is the work of a father and daughter duo who reside in the immediate area where these fictional events transpire. John Stuart is a successful high tech entrepreneur. Caitlin Stuart is a student and an aspiring writer.
Twitter: @Influenster ; #HidinginSunshine; Amazon review page: http://amzn.to/WgCTvI

I received this product complimentary for testing and review purposes from Influenster. My honest review is my own opinion about the product and may differ from yours.

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