Hiding in Sunshine

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AuthorHouse, Oct 30, 2012 - Fiction - 308 pages
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Living lives of quiet affluence in a historic, suburban Boston town, Gavin and Lisa Brinkley had no idea how quickly and decisively their lives, and those of their two young daughters, could be upended. A series of events – a mysterious break-in at their home, some menacing tailgating on the highway from Boston, a startling visit from an F.B.I. agent warning of an imminent kidnapping attempt – leads to the family’s abrupt uprooting from its comfortable existence into a terrifying new existence on the run, under new identities. This taut thriller by a father-daughter team follows the eleven-year odyssey of an American family on the run, in hiding through the mountain states of the American west, where survival skills and living off the grid are paramount, but so are friendship, cooperation, and resilience. The enemy, always lurking just out of sight, is a foreign cyber-criminal enterprise that launches breathtaking assaults on the American banking system and physical infrastructure, but the Brinkleys also know that the threat is deeply personal, reaching ever closer to them from the shadows of the past. At the same time, Gavin and Lisa discover the perils of wandering too close to the edges of the dark side, in the murky world of cyber-security. A compelling story of suspense and treachery, HIDING IN SUNSHINE is also a celebration of a family’s abiding love and courage -- and a young girl’s faith in the triumph of the truth.
 

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Captivating! Totally Believable! Today, with the broad amount of information available about every person flowing freely around the world, amazing crimes occur. This book uses that premise. The ... Read full review

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Gavin Brinkley is a brilliant inventor and the best network security person in the world. This has made him rich, but a target of international terrorist organizations who want to plunder the world's ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter ONE
1
Chapter TWO
3
Chapter THREE
10
Chapter FOUR
32
Chapter FIVE
42
Chapter SIX
47
Chapter SEVEN
54
Chapter EIGHT
66
Chapter TWENTYFIVE
178
Chapter TWENTYSIX
186
Chapter TWENTYSEVEN
188
Chapter TWENTYEIGHT
192
Chapter TWENTYNINE
194
Chapter THIRTY
199
Chapter THIRTYONE
207
Chapter THIRTYTWO
212

Chapter NINE
73
Chapter TEN
80
Chapter ELEVEN
96
Chapter TWELVE
102
Chapter THIRTEEN
108
Chapter FOURTEEN
113
Chapter FIFTEEN
117
Chapter SIXTEEN
123
Chapter SEVENTEEN
132
Chapter EIGHTEEN
136
Chapter NINETEEN
140
Chapter TWENTY
146
Chapter TWENTYONE
155
Chapter TWENTYTWO
159
Chapter TWENTYTHREE
164
Chapter TWENTYFOUR
172
Chapter THIRTYTHREE
217
Chapter THIRTYFOUR
222
Chapter THIRTYFIVE
229
Chapter THIRTYSIX
236
Chapter THIRTYSEVEN
239
Chapter THIRTYEIGHT
242
Chapter THIRTYNINE
252
Chapter FORTY
259
Chapter FORTYONE
266
Chapter FORTYTWO
268
Chapter fortytHREE
271
Chapter fortyFOUR
278
Chapter FORTYFIVE
283
Chapter FORTYSIX
290
Chapter FORTYSEVEN
292
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