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As Rachel Watson begins to unravel the secrets of The Beijing Code, she is thrown into a world of international conspiracy and political intrigue. Rachel, a beautiful computer engineer, was hired by Stewart Networks to develop an interface between two computer systems in Beijing. In building the interface, Rachel uncovers a secret computer code written in a long forgotten ...more
ebook, 382 pages
Published September 14th 2012 by Smashwords
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A.J.
Nov 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
THE BEIJING CODE is fast-paced, realistic, believable and thought-provoking. It's also a fun read that you won't want to put down, and will leave you wondering, "how much of that is true?" It takes a good author to hold my interest, and Wes Thomas did it. This new author is now one of my favorites. I'll be waiting for more novels from Wes Thomas!

(This is a copy of my review posted on Amazon.com on June 22, 2016.)
Mike Walker
Dec 07, 2012 rated it really liked it
The Beijing Code by Wes Thomas is one of those books that makes you think, "Does this type of stuff really happen?" The book follows American Rachel Watson, a brilliant computer engineer, as she is sent to Beijing to build a interface for the world's largest telecommunications company. The interface is supposed to help two of the biggest networks in Beijing communicate. She soon discovers a 30 year old computer code interlaced in the networks programming and realizes there are more than two part ...more
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