Book Review: “Infinite Exposure” By Roland HughesSeptember 19, 2011 at 11:47 pm | Posted in Books | Leave a comment
Tags: Book Review, Thriller
Suppose you took the headlines that blare at us from the newspaper and news magazine pages put them all together in one neat stack and then figured out how all these items of interest related to one another? If you could do that then you would have your version of “Infinite Exposure” By Roland Hughes.
Get ready for a nail-biting, page-turning thriller. Corporate America in a cost-cutting measure is sending IT jobs overseas to Call Centers. These Call Centers are out of the jurisdiction of the U.S. Government so therefore none of these employees can be checked. Now suppose terrorists infiltrated the Call Centers with their own people and now had access to sensitive information of these corporations which include financial data and much more? Now suppose that once they got their hands on this information they would be able to siphon off huge amounts of money which they could use to build nuclear weapons to threaten major governments? Mr. Hughes tells us “Infinite Exposure” is a work of fiction but just suppose it is not?
Roland Hughes knows how to craft suspense. Mr. Hughes has given us a story that forces us to pause and think about our future. He makes us think about what we are doing now to ourselves and to our economy all in the name of greed and ease. These actions just may have dire consequences for our country and the world. “Infinite Exposure” is great fun to read.
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