John A. Jacobsen, Author
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The first book of the new Exposure series (Maximum Exposure) was published in February, 2015. The second book (Over Exposure) was published in December, 2015
I currently have three series of novels: The End (7 books, complete), Two Sons (6 books so far) and Exposure (2nd one recently published). Click on links at left for info.
I also publish the Signs of the Times newsletter, a twice-a-week publication with concise news summaries of interest to Christians, focused on the signs of the impending end-times (see left tab).
Over 15,000 of John Jacobsen's books have been sold.with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars.
All books available as ebooks for $2.99 each
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Book Six of the Two Sons series, (Evil Rises), was published as an ebook on July 6, 2015.
The second book in the Exposure series (Over Exposure) is now available on Amazon for free from their lending library or for $2.99. This mystery/political thriller is about hackers trying to take down the United States, starting with the power grid. The highest levels of government, including Cyber Command, seem powerless to defend America, but our team of detectives and FBI agents from the first book, Maximum Exposure, rise to the occasion once again and in the process expose the dangers of digital currencies such as Bitcoins.
New Review of Maximum Exposure
What an amazing ride Mr.Jacobsen takes us on in this, the first of what I hope will be a long series. What starts out as a seemingly routine murder mystery soon opens up into a grand and sweeping conspiracy, with lots of moving parts, intriguing personalities and maneuvering government forces. Plus a unique villain the likes of which I haven't seen before (and I read many, many books in this genre). All of this, and there's even a touch of romance! What amazes me most about this books is that, despite the sprawling scope of the story and the multitudes of characters, Mr. Jacobsen leaves not a single plot strand untied. I kept waiting for one of the spinning narrative plates to crash to the ground, but he glides the novel to a graceful finish with nary a plot hole to be found. At least not that I could find, and I'm usually a stickler for such things. He also does a good job of re-introducing the players in each scene as needed so the reader doesn't become confused by the large cast.In addition to all these plotting riches, I found Mr. Jacobsen to be a gifted writer with a distinctive voice, humor and a talent for turning a phrase.