Today the Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy Blog Tour is featuring Double Vision by Randall Ingermanson.
About the Book:
Rachel Meyers is a quirky, erratic biophysicist who has just developed a quantum computer that will change the world. If Rachel and Dillon can bring it to market, CypherQuanta will be worth billions. But someone is determined to steal the secret . . . and create a rift between Rachel and Dillon.
Keryn Wills is a mystery novelist and part-time chief financial officer at CypherQuanta. She desperately needs to keep Rachel and Dillon working together to finish the project, but she desperately doesn't want them to be friends. Now Keryn finds herself on the run, like a character in one of her own novels, as somebody begins tightening a noose around her and Rachel and Dillon. Somehow, she needs to unravel this mystery -- before it unravels her.
Three secrets. Two women. One man. No time.
"This two-time Christy Award-winning author of Oxygen and The Fifth Man returns with a fascinating techno-thriller about the battle to keep a next-generation computer out of the wrong hands." - T. Davis Bunn
"I can't rave enough about Double Vision, Randall Ingermanson's new novel. I don't know when I've read a novel so impossible to put down. Suspenseful action played out with larger-than-life characters makes Double Vision truly unforgettable. I predict it will be a book everyone talks about and no one wants to miss experiencing." - Colleen Coble
About the Author:
Randall Ingermanson has a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of California and has written both fiction and nonfiction books. He lives with his family in San Diego, California. This two-time Christy Award-winning author of Oxygen and The Fifth Man returns with a fascinating techno-thriller about the battle to keep a next-generation computer out of the wrong hands.
Mr. Ingermanson is also known as 'The Snowflake Guy'. Learn more about his classes and writing tips through his website http://www.advancedfictionwriting.com/. Be sure to sign up for his FREE monthly newsletter while you're there. It's priceless.
Plus, Randy pulled a little M. Night Shamylan and had a cameo in the book. It's in no way intrusive, but if you read the dedication in the front of the book, it's hard to miss it when he shows up. Loved that little addition, it was like finding an easter egg in a DVD when you didn't expect one. I was so excited by this book, that I went and bought the rest of his books and plan to read them all soon.
Don't forget to enter the drawing to win an autographed copy of Double Vision.
Somehow I became the most fortunate person in the state of Missouri, I received 2 personally autographed copies of this book. And since I know that Randy wouldn't want me to horde his fabulous book, I'm offering one of these copies in a drawing.
So if your name is April, or you know someone named April, or you just wish your name was April - be sure to click the book cover at the top of the side bar and email your entry.
The contest is open to US and Canadian residents only and ends Midnight, Sunday March 25th.
Visit the other blog tour members on their blogs:
Wayne Thomas Batson
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Kameron M. Franklin
Kevin Lucia and The Bookshelf Reviews 2.0 - The Compendium
Rebecca LuElla Miller
John W. Otte
Daniel I. Weaver