Book Review - Deadly Provocation - T.F. Coleman | Miki's Hope

Book Review - Deadly Provocation - T.F. Coleman

Saturday, December 14, 2013


I opened the cover of this book and thought that I was reading a forward at first--but no, it was the beginning of the book! What a great beginning it was! This is fiction that borders on the believable about what could happen if government surveillance was used for ALL citizens without their knowledge. About how this knowledge could be used by power hungry individuals to harass and possibly cause the demise of certain populations.

I suggest you click below and read the first couple of chapters-I can almost guarantee that you will want to purchase and read this book!! This short 223 page book will keep you enthralled from cover to cover!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

With every syllable spoken, every word written, and every step taken recorded, evaluated and rated, there are two things missing; the entire truth and the absolute intent.

When obsessive power meets paranoia.

Jake Conley is thrust into the spotlight after stopping a deranged gunman at an L.A. theater, his new-found fame gets the attention of a private surveillance consulting company that recruits him to be a public relations asset and field consultant working in the world of data mining, hidden cameras, and drones. The benefits are overwhelming and seem to include a beautiful young woman from Venezuela, Medalia Mendoza, daughter of one of the company’s biggest financial contributors, and whose mother has been missing for the last five years. Questions about the company’s integrity and Conley’s role with it mount until he is faced with the life and death decisions that affect everyone involved.

Read the first few chapters on Amazon here

This book can be purchased at Amazon and Outskirts Press


About the Author(from Amazon)


I'm an engineer by degree, a computer programmer by trade, and a creative writer at heart. My background and personality tend to make my writing heavy on logic and very methodical, with deeply embedded themes and subtle plot twists. My Grandmother got me started reading when she gave me her paperback collection of Alistair MacLean and John D. MacDonald novels. I'm greatly influenced by Hemingway, including his adoration of his cats, although mine aren't six-toed. I love nature with its wide variety of life and spectacular earthly landscapes.


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12 comments :

Masshole Mommy said...

I LOVE books that start out like that -right in the middle of the action. Now I am definitely adding this one to my list!!

Chrishelle Ebner said...

You have got my interest peaked. I will have to check out Deadly Provocation. Jake Conley sounds like an interesting protagonist.

Viccy Howe said...

Ooo, another book to add to my wish list! Thank you! And I shall read the first chapter preview asap (what a great promotional feature!)

Ronnie E. said...

Sounds interesting and unique! Love the fact that it's written by by an engineer - it adds a different facet to the book. Plus, what a multi talent huh?

Anita Breeze said...

This is definitely my kind of book! I will add it to my reading list, thanks for sharing.

Sarah-Louise Bailey said...

I love the sound of this book - I do like it when you are left thinking what if that really happened as it does seem like it really could. x

Bobbi Burleson said...

This book sounds awesome. It grabs you right away!! I love books like that!

Jennifer Williams said...

It would not surprise me if there were already cameras everywhere being used by the government. My husband and oldest would probably love this book, I will send my husband the link, he is looking for a new one to read.

Amanda Love ~ Growing Up Madison said...

oh this sounds like a great book. I'm going to have to read the first couple chapters as you recommended. Might make it to my list of books to read if I like it.

Pam said...

This is a book for my husband. I know he would love it. I will share the first few chapters with him and see if he agrees.

Melanie said...

You have me once again on pins and needles with your wonderful book review... I soo need to get the book and finish it.. thanks for sharing,

Lady Lilith said...

Sounds like a really interesting book. I never heard of it before. Thank you for sharing.

 
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