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Jessica's Tune

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A young musician uses his computer skills to tap into the files of what he believes to be a small San Francisco finance company. It is actually a money laundering front for a Mexican drug cartel, which is less concerned about the theft of $50,000 than about the possibility that the thief might be a competitor prowling their computer data. They kidnap him. His father is ...more
Paperback, 218 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Lycetta Press
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Jan 25, 2011 L.A. rated it really liked it
Article first published as Book Review:Jessica's Tune by Jim Wygant on Blogcritics.

We first met Nick Dement a retired KGB agent as he unmasked a mole in the CIA. He is put in the witness protection program for his own safety, and as the years turn into his first decade in the program, he realizes he has been all but forgotten. He still receives his stipend but it did not grow with inflation, and he finds himself working part time for extra money. His recent gig was as an employment counselor wit
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Nov 13, 2015 Conan Tigard rated it really liked it
Jessica's Tune is a thriller about an ex-KGB spy, known now as Nick Dement because he is in the witness protection program, who works for a company that is hired to fire employees of other corporations that are downsizing, or for other reasons. Nick worries that the KGB may still be looking for him, but realizes that after fifteen years of asylum, he probably would not be worth much to anyone anymore. All of the intel Nick has in his head is quite old.

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