The Moral Mafia

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The Feds need evidence to convict Chicago mafia boss,Tony Constantino, for a cyber-crime they are certain he committed.  Jim O'Brien, a computer forensics expert at the top of his game, is stumped over the case.  He makes a deal with the notorious mafia don to reveal the truth about a stealth technology that could either help mankind, or bring it to its knees.
As O'Brien prepares to turn his findings over to the FBI, an unspeakable personal disaster strikes his...
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Overview

The Feds need evidence to convict Chicago mafia boss,Tony Constantino, for a cyber-crime they are certain he committed.  Jim O'Brien, a computer forensics expert at the top of his game, is stumped over the case.  He makes a deal with the notorious mafia don to reveal the truth about a stealth technology that could either help mankind, or bring it to its knees.
As O'Brien prepares to turn his findings over to the FBI, an unspeakable personal disaster strikes his family. O'Brien blames a failed society-a nation rife with drugs, sex and violence for his family's devastation.  He vows to rid the country of the corruption that has long plagued it. He feels he owes it to his suffering family. But can he do it? Can he use the mafia's technology as a weapon to reshape the morals of America?  It might work, but the tiniest mistake could spark a civil war and ignite a powder keg of fatal events that could change history forever.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982412565
  • Publisher: RNR Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 7/2/2010
  • Pages: 412
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Meet the Author

Dan Reynolds, author of Dangerous DNA, is a middle child of nine, and a technology enthusiast. He has spent more than thirty years in cutting-edge industries including scientific laboratory instruments, medical equipment, and computer software. He was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, where he currently lives with his wife and eleven children.
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