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God's Email Address - Jeff Davis #1 - cover

God's Email Address - Jeff Davis #1

Tim Koop

Publisher: Interesting Books

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Summary

Corporate email servers are being hacked. Private information is sold to the highest bidder. 
And they're blaming the software company. 
A shy computer programmer tries to stop the corporate espionage before the men with guns stop him, permanently. 
This fast-paced thriller takes another turn when Jeff discovers God has an email address, and they start talking. God helps him with his past, his present, and then helps him catch the bad guys. 
God's Email Address is a four-day action-packed adventure in software, guns, and God. 
Read it today.

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