Friday, January 28, 2011

Debut Thriller Already Catching A Lot of Readers Eyes

One day, Charlie Giles is an up-and-coming electronics superstar. The next, he's a prime homicide suspect as his former employers are picked off one by one. Charlie watches his life unravel as his company and inventions are wrenched from his control, and his family is decimated. With nowhere else to turn, he enlists his schizophrenic brother to uncover the dark family secrets that lie at the heart of the unfolding terror. Delirious is a mind-bending story where the line between what is real and what is imagined twists and addictive literary puzzle that every reader will want to solve.

Jackie says:
"If the name sounds familiar, it should. Daniel is best selling novelist Michael Palmer's son. Apparently talent runs in the Palmer genes, because "Delirious" is as white knuckled a thriller as ever there was one. It's actually a techno-thriller that rings very true--Palmer was a pioneering e-commerce website developer, so he knows of which he writes. The main character, Charlie, is a hot shot computer guy who has just merged his small company with a huge one and is set to hit the big leagues in a very short time. He's also an ass with no patience and no mercy for anyone. But all of that changes in the space of just a few days, and Charlie finds himself wanted for murder and questioning his own sanity as he stumbles over more and more layers of the complex plot and things make less and less sense to him and the reader. There is no one to trust and no such thing as reliable truth throughout this page-turner, right up to the breathtaking end. You'll never look at a car computer the same way again."

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