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Can you unravel it...before it’s too late?
Twenty-year-old computer genius Jake Klein, known to his friends as JK, drops out of college to pursue fortune and fame in the field of cybersecurity. Discovering and upending a conspiracy between the presidents of Russia and America to manipulate the results of the 2020 US presidential election, JK finds himself in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the heads of state of two of the world’s most powerful countries - with the emphasis on deadly. Revealing the truth to the world definitely comes with a price.
The fourth in the best-selling Brooks/Lotello novels, JK’s Code is a political thriller teeming with real-time events, satire, suspense, and just a hint of romance that couldn’t come any closer to the realities of 2020 if JK were covertly dividing his time between the White House and the Kremlin - which he may just be.
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- Aurora Dawn
Election Tampering in the 2020 U.S. Election
JK's Code is another installment in Ronald S. Barak's Brooks/Lotello political thriller series.
In this one, an American university computer security student stumbles across a plot to sway the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election through a highly sophisticated computer program. J.K.'s discovery leads him to travel the world, meet interesting new people and gain an up close and personal knowledge of American law enforcement as he tries to understand and counteract the hacker malware.
Barak writes hard hitting books set in a very familiar America and this one is no different than the others in that respect. There are world leaders and politicians who have a striking resemblance those we've just spent the last several years watching. The action is fast paced and so exciting you won't want to stop till you get to the very last page.
This is a book everything I look for in a political thriller, and I loved it.
- Jackie T
Who would of thought this happens in the US. From the beginning to the last word, I was gripped. JK is an awesome character and so fast moving. The narrator definitely helped. Can’t wait to hear the next ones.
- Lawrence Lugash
Very close to today's current events
Loved JK’s Code by Ronald S. Barak. It amazes me how Barak can develop his characters, write his imaginative plots, and keep his readers on pins and needles, guessing to the very end.