About The Book:
Unauthorized Access is a page turner reminiscent of the early works of Grisham. If you are familiar with movies like The Firm with Tom Cruise or The Fugitive with Harrison Ford, Unauthorized Access is a similar sort of high action thrill ride. The reader and reviewer feedback has been phenomenal, including a 4.7 out of 5.0 rating on Amazon. Here is the description from the book’s back cover:
Young computer programmer Rob Donovan receives an emergency call from his boss at the First Malden Bank in Boston after the first successful cyberattack in American banking history scrambles thousands of account records. First Malden’s survival is on the line as furious customers and voracious reporters descend on the bank. Rob is part of the team trying to fix the damage, until the FBI charges him with the crime and brings his world crashing down. Facing prison time and the loss of his fiancée Lesley, Rob’s only chance of reclaiming his life lies in cutting through a web of mistrust and betrayal to uncover the startling truth behind the attack.
Andrew McAllister is a dedicated husband and board-certified TV remote control operator. According to a recent survey of his three children, he is one of the most (and also least) popular fathers in his entire household. He holds degrees in both psychology and information systems, which means he can fix your computer software … but only if it really wants to change. He once ran into a goalpost while playing touch football. Some people think this explains a great deal about him.
Andrew writes both fiction and non-fiction, including the relationship advice blog To Love, Honor, and Dismay. He strongly believes there are three kinds of authors – those who can count and those who can’t. He writes about problems that bother couples because they bother him too. The problems that is, not the couples. At least not most couples. He lives with his family in New Brunswick, Canada, where he is busy working on his next book.