Shocked out of a self-inflicted alcohol haze by the brutal violence he's witnessed, Tucker is determined to track down the truth behind the killings -- no matter what the cost. Hired as a software consultant at his old company, Tucker finds that the source code for their most important project is in deep trouble . . . and there are people willing to kill to get their hands on it.
"Ray Daniel has nailed it. Nailed the story, nailed the writing, nailed the whole clever, original and quirky deal. An authentically riveting thriller, with wit and skill and a voice you can't forget. Terrific." --HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN, ANTHONY, AGATHA, AND MACAVITY AWARD WINNING AUTHOR
What I liked: I enjoyed Ms Daniel's writing style. It was well paced and flowed smoothly.
Tucker's character was so-so. I can't even imagine loosing my spouse but Mr Daniel turns Tucker's loss into a burning quest to know exactly why his wife was murdered. Terminated kept me interested enough to finish but I found good stopping points throughout.
What I didn't like: It didn't set me on fire with the question: Who did it and why? I just wanted to finish. Overall, I read it and finished it.
The kicker on Terminated is the price. I received my copy from NetGalley at no cost. If I paid what Amazon or Barnes & Noble is asking, after reading Terminated I would have been upset. But, I wouldn't pay the prices as Mr Daniel is an unknown author to me. He's talented but hasn't reached the riveting stage.
Borrow this book if interested but I would not recommend buying at the current prices.