Take the Fourth by Jeffrey Walton

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You can thank the government that you never had polio, smallpox, or the
swine flu. You can thank the government for protecting your health
through its policies and laws. You can thank the government for abating
your fears of epidemics and pandemics. But if you think your only fear
of being inoculated against the flu or vaccinated against disease is
becoming infected, then think again. The real fear is trading your
freedom for your health without your knowledge. For President Jonathan
Whitaker and his Chief of Staff Scott Norwood there is no fear, for they
hold an unthinkable power only once held by God. For Deputy Director
of Directorate of Science and Technology Jorja Carson and her colleague
Greg Manoski, their deepest fears are becoming reality. As they
traverse the common threads between an act of terrorism, a child
abduction, and the murder of a senator's wife, they uncover the
technological source of these godlike powers hidden deep within the
bowels of Langley in a revelation that could mean the end of a
presidency, the end of a government, and the end of America

About Jeffrey Walton

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Jeff Walton System was a System Administrator for SSA and then about a year at the Treasury Department then moved into Application Security about 7 years ago. During his career, he has worked with Crypto++ for about 12 years.
Published April 5, 2011 by Authorhouse. 436 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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