As Rachel Watson begins to unravel the secrets of The Beijing Code, she is thrown into a world of international conspiracy and political intrigue. Rachel, a beautiful computer engineer, hired by Stewart Networks to develop an interface between two computer systems in Beijing, uncovers a secret computer code written in a long forgotten language. Teaming with Mark Slater, a covert CIA operative working in China, she begins a search to find the purpose of the code and who created it. While uncovering the details of the conspiracy, she comes face to face with the man responsible for the murder of her only information source for the code. It becomes a battle to the end to expose it before the Chinese secret service can silence her.
There are no secrets, be careful what you say.
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Wes Thomas has traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the U.S. and uses that knowledge in the novels he creates. He holds post-graduate degrees in science and business and spends his free time writing or enjoying family and friends.
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Rachel Watson leaves home for a challenging job in Beijing, China to create an interface so the two largest telecommunications networks can communicate. It isn't long before she discovers the networks are being used to spy on the United States. Her investigation into high tech espionage leaves her vulnerable and on the run, with logistics manager Mark Slater, from the Chinese government. Fast paced action thriller.