"NET Trigger" is Mark Gregory's first novel. It's a technological thriller with a potential internet crash as the main plot thread. It's set in Honduras, Mexico, New Orleans, and Oklahoma.
Net Trigger summary: The Federal Bureau of Investigation receives an anonymous tip of an international technology company's plot to shut down the internet and create a national security risk. They also obtain photographic negatives from a 24-year-old 35-millimeter camera depicting passengers struggling to survive a Convair 580 plane crash. The resolution of the crisis can only be found in the remains of the crash, deep in the Campeche jungle of Mexico. Though separated by decades, two timelines converge as Agen Darin Newsom and a team from Honduras search for the wreckage and the documents that can stop the countdown of the "NET Trigger."
It can be purchased on Amazon, in both Print and Kindle versions.
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