A Code Even the NSA Can’t Crack

My Loyal Blog Readers may be interested to know that I’m running a 99-cent special on my new e-book novel Double Vision for the next few days on Amazon, B&N, Apple, and Smashwords. Here’s a blurb:

Double_Vision_150x233There’s a code even the NSA can’t crack.

But Dillon Richard can. Dillon is a straight-arrow genius with Asperger’s syndrome. He’s never told a lie. He’s never been kissed. And he’s never had a badass quantum computer for cracking codes. Until now.

In just a few days, Dillon will finish the software to crack the “unbreakable” code that banks and terrorists use to protect their most valuable secrets.

Everybody’s going to want a piece of Dillon. The Mafia. The NSA. And his two beautiful co-workers, Rachel and Keryn.

Who’ll get him first?

Double Vision is a hilarious geeky suspense novel about a guy who has no idea how attractive he is to women. In fact, he has no idea how women think at all.

Dillon is terribly strait-laced, and he’s a bit shocked when he sees that his sexy co-worker Rachel doesn’t wear a bra. But he’s in for a bigger surprise when well-endowed Keryn shows him where she hid the quantum computer.

If you’re mad at the NSA for violating the privacy of millions of citizens, then get away from reality by joining Dillon, Rachel, and Keryn on a geeky romantic suspense high-tech adventure.

You’ll still be mad at the NSA when you get done, but you ladies are going to love dense-but-delicious Dillon and you guys get your pick of hot-wired Rachel or warm-and-cozy Keryn.

Double Vision is 99 cents until midnight on Monday, July 15, 2013. (Please note that Amazon adds a hefty surcharge in some countries outside the US. This is way above my pay grade. Also, the Apple store may not charge the exact price-equivalent  of 99 cents outside the US, but it should be close. Smashwords seems to offer just about the same price all around the planet, and they have it in numerous formats, including Kindle, ePub, and PDF.)

Where To Buy Double Vision

Spy on Dillon, Rachel, and Keryn at Amazon.

Sneak a peek at them on Barnes & Noble.

Steal an eyeful of the three bosom buddies at Smashwords.

Or search for “geeky suspense” on the Apple iTunes Bookstore.

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  1. rebecca mealey July 13, 2013 at 5:32 pm #

    It sounds fascinating! I don’t have an eReader yet, but I will note the title It sounds like you came up with a great story line. Good luck!

  2. Steve August 23, 2013 at 3:24 am #

    I hope you familiarized yourself with public-key cryptography before you wrote this, because that’s the ‘code’ you’re talking about, and if you didn’t look it up you’ll have egg on your face.

    • Randy Ingermanson August 24, 2013 at 10:13 am #

      Hi Steve: Thanks for your concern. No worries. There’s nothing mysterious about RSA encryption. I remember first reading about it in Scientific American back in the 1970s, or thereabouts. The math is not that hard, and can be understood by anyone who’s taken a college-level course in Number Theory. I was a math and physics major, and Number Theory was one of my favorite subjects.

      There is an ongoing debate over whether RSA encryption can be broken using conventional computers. But it is a well-known fact that RSA encryption can be broken using a quantum computer, and that’s the premise of the story.

      • Steve August 28, 2013 at 3:48 pm #

        Whew, that’s relieving! I look forward to reading it then!

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