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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
When Angela Gianni finds herself involved in a nationally mediated murder case, she knows in her heart that it isn’t personal; but she also knows she is absolutely not guilty of any such crime. What she doesn’t know is how she came to this end. Certainly her line of work is often frowned upon, but she viewed being a dominatrix as a necessary service and not one that required elimination. There are, of course, extreme cautions to observe, but Angela never once believed that anyone on her select client list is dangerous. When her friend is murdered after coming clean with her boyfriend about her chosen profession, Angela is the prime suspect, mainly due to the fact that the body is found in Angela’s house, in her private room of “torture.” And Angela’s fingerprints are everywhere. Finding herself on death row, Angela refuses to give up, even when she is forced to endure torture far more cruel than any client had ever requested.
A Glitch in the System is a remarkably complex tale of international espionage like none told before. I particularly like the way author Adam Aust repeats the same chapter titles throughout the novel, creating an interesting travel through time that draws the reader into a fast paced story not easy to leave. The short chapters (of which this reviewer is a fan) and tight dialogue provide an easily read story that is difficult to put down. I loved this story! My one question is: Will there be a sequel?