Firewall by R. J. Pineiro

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The final words that Mortimer Fox whispered to ex CIA agent Bruce Tucker. Cryptic words said in a code coveted the world over, a code that could wipe all the world’s powers off the map and trigger Armageddon. The words are understood by a few, but are especially desirable to Vlad Jarkko, Tucker’s nemesis from his CIA days. And when Jarkko snatches Monica Fox, Mortimer’s daughter, Tucker must resume the blood feud and find Monica before she capitulates to her abductor’s unspeakable tortures.

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About R. J. Pineiro

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R. J. Pineiro is a computer engineer working on leading edge microprocessors at Advanced Micro Devices. He is the author Retribution, Ultimatum, and Conspiracy.Com. Pineiro lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, Lory, Anne, and his son, Cameron.
Published July 23, 2013 by Forge Books. 532 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Crime. Fiction

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A satellite orbiting 230 miles way out that houses an unbreakable communications system that holds all our nuclear launch codes, encryption codes, military GPS navigation (controls every bomber, ship, etc.), identifies all the covert officers and agents in the CIA, contains all classified governm...

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Fox's daughter, Monica, has half the password and Fox's bodyguard, former CIA and NSA agent Bruce Tucker, has the other half.

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