Book Reviews of Cold Eyes

Cold Eyes
Cold Eyes
Author: Romina Wilcox
ISBN-13: 9781425731694
ISBN-10: 1425731694
Publication Date: 4/5/2007
Pages: 300
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Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Book Type: Hardcover
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COLD EYES: Revenge of a mad man! Only this time, his tool is a powerful computer. Cold Eyes opens up with the finding of a corpse. A body of a man who apparently discovered a medical breakthrough to change the world was found dead the day he was suppose to give a presentation to the whole world. His name was Dr. Brett Russell, a prominent Stanford researcher. His years of medical research were all corrupted, laptop was stolen, all the while a daughter was about to be wed. The death sent shockwave all over the world. "Why?" Marianne asked herself. Has anyone uncovered her secret of 25 years?

A murder, a cybercrime has been committed. Joanne Gravitz was hired to pinpoint the location of this perpetrator who called himself CyberGod. Using her software, Cold Eyes, she could trace the source of CyberGod's activities. Unfortunately, it points to an equally respectable surgeon at Stanford who happens to be the one who saved her life and who she was falling in love. A modern Romeo and Juliet! If that's not complicated enough, a visit to Tilton mansion, the CIO of the company she was working for revealed that the handsome surgeon was a guess at his mansion. Another colleague, Stephan Smythe, who has been dating the daughter of Dr. Russell, began transforming his appearance. Dr. Russell was against their relationship. All three men were suspects. Romina Wilcox did a great job keeping the identity of CyberGod until the end.

Cold Eyes is a very complex story, but I found myself into the story, I couldn't put the book down. For a while, I had become the detective trying to solve the puzzle. Furthermore,I got an inside peek of the daily grind in the high-tech world and medical field. What a good blend: a medical breakthrough combined with cyberspace.