Caught in PRISM's Web: A James Alan Spy Thriller

Caught in PRISM s Web A James Alan Spy Thriller When a young college graduate is swept up in a vast money laundering ring that reaches from the corridors of Wall Street to the highest levels of the US government there are few he can trust and fewe

  • Title: Caught in PRISM's Web: A James Alan Spy Thriller
  • Author: Derek A. Leist
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When a young college graduate is swept up in a vast money laundering ring that reaches from the corridors of Wall Street to the highest levels of the US government, there are few he can trust and fewer still who want to see him make it out alive CAUGHT IN PRISM S WEB begins in the sleepy college town of College Station, Texas with a soon to be college graduate, lost andWhen a young college graduate is swept up in a vast money laundering ring that reaches from the corridors of Wall Street to the highest levels of the US government, there are few he can trust and fewer still who want to see him make it out alive CAUGHT IN PRISM S WEB begins in the sleepy college town of College Station, Texas with a soon to be college graduate, lost and looking to find his place in the world The story follows the main protagonist, James Alan, as he is recruited out of college by the National Security Agency, following the explosive, anonymous revelations that a Vice President at one of Wall Street s most powerful financial institutions and wife of a powerful Texas Congressman has been funnelling foreign funds into American political campaigns for political favors and kickbacks Corruption appears to know no bounds Before long, it becomes apparent that James is in over his head His best chance of staying alive may be the very people that he has come to rely on a brilliant, young NSA cryptographer a beautiful, young Wall Street intern and one of the most experienced intelligence officers that the United States government has ever had The stakes for the nation and the young man caught up in it all could not be any higher.

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    One thought on “Caught in PRISM's Web: A James Alan Spy Thriller

    1. Jak60

      First of all, I'd like to offer other potential readers a word of caution in relation to the very high ratings and reviews of this book (which is what made me buy it): this is definitely not worth a 4+ starsI see the author is defined as a " author", whatever this means; maybe the reviews and ratings - not many, actually - came from his circle of friends here.I must say that, unfortunately for the author, I came to it after reading a series of books from David Ignatius, Don Leighton and some Ric [...]

    2. Braden Sutterfield

      Fast paced, adrenaline rushThis was a great read! It was fast paced and was hard to put down, I found myself reading anywhere and everywhere I could. The ending could have more to it, but this being his first book it is understandable. Leaves you with questions as to what happened to some of the characters, but also leaves it up to your imagination as to what may have happened. Overall fun read.

    3. Ruth anne

      Reading the book I was repeatedly reminded of the similar writing style of the very successful Dan Brown of The Di Vinci Code fame quick, suspenseful, and as one reviewer stated "left me wanting more". Having read Dan Brown's books, first to recent, his style and story telling expertise improved with each publication. Derek Leist is certainly on that same path as an author. Caught in PRISM's Web is not only well salted with diverse characters but anchored in the vagueness of the super intelligen [...]

    4. Cheryl C.

      I came across this book during its Kindle Promotion last year on my Kindle Paperwhite & only now sat down to read the story. I loved the characters, especially Milena, and ended up picking up a copy of the paperback (which doesn't appear to have been available when the book was first released) for my niece who's into these sorts of thrillersHas anyone heard if there will be a second novel or trilogy planned?

    5. Jamie Parker

      My friend knew the sister of the guy who wrote the book and told me I should read it. Based on the cover, I thought it was going to be a serious, dark book, but it was actually a pretty fun, relatable story - I even laughed in a couple of places :)

    6. T. Braggs

      pros: interesting characters, compelling backstory, the H-town underground tunnels, the author constantly puts you into the heads of his characters so you feel like you're therecons: i'm left wanting moreoverall: gets the t. braggs 5 star rating. solid.

    7. Karen Johnson

      I love strong female characters, which I was not expecting at all given that the summary only mentions the main male character. Loved it!

    8. Mark Benson

      Fun read! I graduated from Texas A&M a few years ago and LOVED that the novel kicked off in College Station - Gig 'em! Kind of hoping there's another novel in the works

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