I was really excited to get the opportunity to read Deadly Odds by Allen Wyler. At this point, I have had the opportunity to read a couple of novels by this author and I consistently enthralled by each one of them! This particular thriller was a real a page-turner! I found myself thinking about the book even when I wasn’t reading it and wondering how it could all turn out well for Arnold Gold, twenty-three-year-old Seattle-based odds-maker and local computer genius.
This is a tale of espionage, killers, computer hacking, the dark and murky underworld of the web, and a ticking clock with a terrorist threat so huge, the population of Vegas could be wiped out. We are caught up in this incredible journey wondering who can Arnold trust, will he survive this in one piece and will he be able to stop the terrorists in time? I was also caught up in his story and enjoyed reading about his transformation and how empowered he became in taking control of his own fate. This is the ultimate thrill ride for both techno-thriller and classic suspense fan.
I can’t stress enough how much recommend Allen Wyle, Deadly Odds! I LOVE this author (I am reading another of his novel’s now) and I love this book! His writing is well-thought out and smartly written. And this novel is no different, it kept me engaged from the first page to the last and it was a great escape at the end of a long day!
About Allen Wyler
Allen Wyler is a renowned neurosurgeon who earned an international reputation for pioneering surgical techniques to record brain activity. He has served on the faculties of both the University of Washington and the University of Tennessee, and in 1992 was recruited by the prestigious Swedish Medical Center to develop a neuroscience institute.
In 2002, he left active practice to become Medical Director for a startup med-tech company (that went public in 2006) and he now chairs the Institutional Review Board of a major medical center in the Pacific Northwest.
Leveraging a love for thrillers since the early 70s, Wyler devoted himself to fiction writing in earnest, eventually serving as Vice President of the International Thriller Writers organization for several years. After publishing his first two medical thrillers Deadly Errors (2005) and Dead Head (2007), he officially retired from medicine to devote himself to writing full time. He and his wife, Lily, divide their time between Seattle and the San Juan Islands.
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