- Title: The Enigma Rising (The Enigma Series Book 2)
- Author: Breakfield and Burkey
- Genre: Techno Thriller
- Length: 328 pages
- Publisher: ICABOD Press
- Publication Date: January 1, 2014
The Enigma Rising (The Enigma Series Book 2) – Synopsis
The disappearance of a wealthy Brazilian industrialist’s daughter, Lara, causes Thiago to hire the world’s most elite information-gathering unit, the R-Group, to quietly locate and return her.
Is the heiress in trouble and gone forever or merely hiding in plain sight to escape her destiny?
While vacationing in Mexico, Petra and Jacob, R-Group operatives, cross paths with “Bad Boys”, Carlos and Juan, who are cloaking their drug lord moving business from satellite surveillance. These so-called entrepreneurs force even the most generous observer to question the legality of their business model.
If Carlos and Juan are identified, can they stop running outside the law long enough to do the right thing?
The R-Group operating from South America, Mexico, and Switzerland are assembling the pieces of these puzzles while avoiding international consequences. Will they discover the culprits?
The award winning Breakfield and Burkey story draws you into a TechnoThriller that focuses on overcoming opportunistic cyber-crime in the high-stakes world of information brokering in today’s 21st century.
About the Authors
Charles holds a master’s degree and works for a high-tech manufacturer as a solution architect, functioning in hybrid data/telecom environments. A long-time technology geek, Charles enjoys writing, studying World War II history, travel, and cultural exchanges. He’s also a fan of wine-tastings, riding his Harley, and continues developing his woodworking skills. Now included in people on the move in Dallas Business Journal.
Roxanne has two passions – working with technology and writing. She enjoys working to drive optimized customer experiences with technology in her role with a high-tech manufacturer. Texas is home for her and her family. When time permits Rox likes gardening, hiking, sewing, refinishing antiques, exploring, wine-tasting, and traveling. She loves to listen to people which often results in odd treasures that come to life in her stories. Now included in people on the move in Dallas Business Journal.