Betrayed Laura McIvor is living a lie. The daughter of parents incarcerated for selling computer technology secrets, she is living under an assumed name, trying to make a life for herselfalone. But when it's discovered that the software her father sold harbors a virus that renders it useless, the CIA decides to use Laura as leverage for making her father talk. Only CIA agent Jonathan Corrigan can help her, and he's the one who sent her parents to prison. A non-stop adventure for both male and female readers, Betrayed will have them on the edge of their seat all the way to the last page.
This was a really good book, with a lot of suspense and adventure!
Laura is living near Seattle under an assumed name, tyring to patch together a life for herself...alone.
No one knows she's the daughter of a brilliant computer scientist jailed for selling the United States' sophisticated missile guidance system to other world powers. And, despite her father's hints, not even Laura knows the key to the virus her father has encrypted into his software. But when the virus becomes activated, half a dozen nations are suddenly scrambling to gain total nuclear supremacy. And scrambling to find Laura.
intriguing plot...a great, fun read with a good message