The internet really should contain the answers to everything. To secrets, to all questions. She knew it didn’t, but the volume of content available online created the illusion of omnipotence. She hated when that illusion failed.
Caroline Auden knows her way around the computer, how to get information – legally and illegally. After her father took the fall of her misconduct, she went on track to do some good. She wanted to do good in the legal field where she found a job at a top Los Angeles law firm working for her mentor and law partner Louis. Louis has put Caroline in the seat against mega giant corporation that studies have shown that their product SuperSoy damages kidneys. The main scientist Dr. Heller who is against Supersoy mysteriously dies, Caroline must go against time and her skills as a computer tech to find the evidence to help those that are suffering from kidney failure.
The plot pulls you in as a “force” is against Caroline finding the evidence that is needed to help the families that are counting on justice. Caroline is a loner that is intelligent, a MacGyver that gets out of jams and out plays the villain. Without giving to much away, the unbelievable tries to become believable in the end as justice is served. It is one of those curious reads for me as I go to the end to find closure.
A Special Thank You to Thomas & Mercer and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.