Overview

In this action thriller, one of the worlds top computer moguls is kidnapped, starting an epic adventure in which his wife plays a key role in the rescue. Russian mafia, naval warfare, and computer espionage abound! The Gaines Agenda was written as the tech boom was blossoming and the internet was starting to become more and more populated. Many facets of the book came to pass after its publication or became major media issues, such as the phenomena of spy ware and the Russian ...
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The Gaines Agenda

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Overview

In this action thriller, one of the worlds top computer moguls is kidnapped, starting an epic adventure in which his wife plays a key role in the rescue. Russian mafia, naval warfare, and computer espionage abound! The Gaines Agenda was written as the tech boom was blossoming and the internet was starting to become more and more populated. Many facets of the book came to pass after its publication or became major media issues, such as the phenomena of spy ware and the Russian involvement in internet crime.
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Editorial Reviews

Bernie Wilhelm
This one is right along the lifestyle of the two boy computer geneses of America. This one is obviously Bill Gates but it could also be Zuckenburg. B.Zaid puts the plot together solidly in the first 300 words then, takes the reader across the mountains of "What's going to happen next here???" and then drops you right in the middle of a new plot and changes the storyline to make the novel even longer than you think when it will end. Not to give the end away but it would be interesting to see how
W. Addison Gast
In a word---DYNAMITE! Blaine Zaid has written a novel that IMHO would compete for space on the NYBS list with Dan Brown, Vince Flynn or Dave Baldacci. His story is built from the beginning to keep the reader chronologically abrest of the happenings as the story unfolds. Zaid has a gift like the unique storytellers W.E.B. Griffin and others. Robert Gaines is only a thin disguise for the boy wonder Bill Gates and that is detected in the first explanation of the main character. Zaid describes Gaine
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012137036
  • Publisher: Blaine Zaid
  • Publication date: 1/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 441 KB

Meet the Author

Blaine T. Zaid, is a practicing anesthesiologist in Los Angeles, California. He likes playing violin and guitar, hiking and biking, and reading.
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