Trojan: The Enemy Within

David L. Wallace’s Debut Thriller

Customer Reviews:

“…definitely one that will give Tom Clancy a run for his money.” - George Elliot (B&N)

“…a novel that appears to announce an important figure along the lines of Robert Ludlum.” – Grady Harp (Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer)

“I can see fans of Tom Clancy and Vince Flynn and Dan Brown gobbling it up.” - Bella (B&N)

“…on par with world class authors in the likes of Tom Clancy.” – Kim Conner (B&N)

Us Defense Systems Hacked - An Innocent Man and His Family Targeted

White House cyber expert Victor Walker was rushed by secret service agents to the home of the vice president, where he lay dead with his home-based classified laptop breached. The assassination was followed immediately by the complete meltdown of all US defense armament systems: Star Wars, Air Force One and Doomsday Briefcase, were all rendered useless. Someone had specifically targeted America’s nuclear defense and early warning systems capabilities.

A Rogue Cyber Crime Hack or Something Else Entirely

Who’d committed the crimes? An independent individual, a terrorist organization or a foreign government? The fact that all nuclear armament systems across all of DoD simultaneously crashed, led Victor to believe they were dealing with an inside job, with a Trojan, with a friendly who was assisting a hostile enemy and operating out in plain sight of the president and his staff.

Trojan: The Enemy Within is the first novel in the David L Wallace thriller series. As per reviews left by other customers, if you like Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum novels, then you’ll love David L Wallace’s debut fast-paced and captivating page turner.

Industry Reviews:

“David L Wallace creates a terrifyingly realistic glimpse into the future of national security. Victor, who is comparable to an extremely patriotic Jason Bourne, is an intriguing hero.”  - Clarion Review

“Wallace's novel is a timely, fast-paced thriller. Fans of the genre will be delighted with the book's well-crafted characters, excellent pacing, and plot.”  - Publisher’s Weekly Booklife Prize in Fiction