The Enigma Stolen

The Enigma Stolen

The Enigma Series Volume 5

Fiction - Thriller - General
350 Pages
Reviewed on 10/05/2016
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Author Biography

CharlesBreakfield holds a master's degree and works for a high-tech manufacturer as a solution architect. A long-time technology geek, Charles enjoys writing, studying World War II history, travel, and cultural exchanges. He's also a fan of wine-tastings, riding his Harley, cooking extravaganzas, and continues developing his woodworking skills.
Rox Burkey - writes with passion that incorporates many of her interests and dovetails nicely with her work in customer experience solutions. After successfully writing white papers and technology documentation she wanted a different more fun, less stress writing outlet. Her co-author Charles agreed and The Enigma Series began. She enjoys learning, travel, family, outdoor activities, good food, wine sampling, reading, and visiting good friends which helps to bring diversity and new ideas into the stories. She is still learning humor and there is hope that she will master it!
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The Enigma Broker is eighth in the series with The Enigma Factor, The Enigma Rising, The Enigma Ignite, The Enigma Wraith, The Enigma Stolen, The Enigma Always, and The Enigma Gamers – A CATS Tale preceding it. This is a story that focuses back on The R-Group and their continuing support of those who seem threatened by the misuse of technology. It can be easily read as a standalone or as a part of the series. Comments are welcomed by the authors at their blogs on Amazon or Kirkus websites, www.enigmabookseries.com or via email at seriesenigma@gmail.com. You can also find our author-created Specialized Terms on our website. Happy reading!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite

The Enigma Stolen by Charles V Breakfield and Roxanne E Burkey is a superb thriller that will leave readers wowed and utterly entertained. What if man can be accurately defined with the help of technology? What if a group of people can define how others could act or react to situations and determine a future for humanity? A powerful, elusive group is about to play God and control the future of humanity by harnessing technology. Only the R-Group can apprehend this group, but it seems to be weakened from within. Who is the mole and can the R-Group solve its internal issues in time to go after the bad guys? In book five of the intriguing Enigma Series, Charles V Breakfield and Roxanne E Burkey offer great entertainment to readers, displaying a powerful imagination and a very high skill in the art of narration.

The Enigma Stolen, just like the other installments in this series, could make for a highly appealing motion picture, with high-tech guys wading through an intricate network of information to find clues that would help them solve problems that threaten the very future of humankind. The writing is accessible and the plot leads readers to unexpected and exciting places. Although a work of fiction, the authors have the knack of making readers feel like part of the plot. They write with an arresting sense of realism. This is another great book in a highly compelling series. A must-read!