Former opera singer Emma Streat has survived the murder of her husband and the destruction of her beautiful old house. Now a full-time single mother, she struggles to move forward and make a home for her two sons. Because of her detection skills, she has become a go-to person for help―so, when her rich, feisty, socialite godmother is blackmailed, she turns immediately to Emma.

Soon, Emma finds herself thrust into the dark world of cybercrime. Mounting challenges take her to exclusive European settings where she mixes with the elite of the financial and art collecting worlds. 

When she is targeted by a cybercrime network using cutting-edge technology, it takes all of Emma’s resilience and wits to survive and bring the wily, ruthless criminal she’s hunting to justice.

Action-packed and full of twists and turns, Firewall will keep you guessing until the end.

My Review

This book is my first introduction to author, Eugenia Lovett West and Emma Streat. Wow, I really enjoyed this book. I was not even done with the first chapter and already I knew I was going to be in for a real treat. Luckily, I was not wrong.

There are some past relationship/dynamics in this book but nothing that distracts from this book and will keep you from reading this book. In fact, this book can be read as a stand alone novel. After finishing this book and really enjoying it; I will be going back and reading the prior Emma Streat novels.

I though there was lots of action happening throughout the story but there was more to come within the last third of the storyline. The last several chapters had me in suspense awaiting how the story would end. Firewall will have you losing hours of time while reading this book!

About the Author:
Eugenia Lovett West was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Her father was Reverend Sidney Lovett, the widely known and loved former chaplain at Yale. She attended Sarah Lawrence College and worked for Harper's Bazaar and the American Red Cross. Then came marriage, four children, volunteer work, and freelancing for local papers. Her first novel, The Ancestors Cry Out, was published by Doubleday; it was followed by two mysteries, Without Warning and Overkill, published by St. Martin's Press. West divides her time between Essex, Connecticut, and Holderness, New Hampshire, where she summers with her large extended family. 


Dora William said…

what does it take to be a successful author ? I would say that initial reviews and marketing definitely boost your book. I used to get a few reviews and also promote my book. Hopping to be in the top 100 genre lists and see better sales this Christmas season…
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