About Breaking Moscow Charter:
“The FBI asks Hanna Arnol, a tech executive, to join work on complex foreign espionage cases.
Breaking one such conspiracy is especially critical for US AI leadership.
On routine business in Russia, in a Moscow café, Hanna overhears a discussion of a plot to infiltrate a Silicon Valley software company to acquire critical US AI software. She realizes this scheme will undermine US AI leadership. Hanna sets out to determine the identity of the espionage target company and thwart the plan.
In the high-stakes world of espionage, two Russian tech companies, controlled by feuding oligarchs and directed by the Kremlin intelligence agencies, vie for dominance. One of them leads the scheme to obtain the US software.
A nefarious web weaves in Russian oligarchs, mafia, and several murders. In this jungle, Hanna discovers that the espionage plan, if successful, will have even more wide-ranging and severe consequences for the US than what she initially feared. This gripping plan intersects the interests of governments, corporations, and individuals. It is no longer just AI; it is much, much more.
When Hanna finally solves the mystery, the explosive nature of the solution surprises both her and the FBI.”
Editorial Review for Breaking Moscow Charter:
"Breaking Moscow Charter takes readers on a heart-pounding journey through the shadows of espionage, where Silicon Valley executive Hanna Arnol races against time and deadly adversaries to safeguard more than just AI software - it's a tale of espionage, betrayal, and the high-stakes battle for American technological supremacy." -Paul Hollis, #1 Amazon Bestseller, Author of The Hollow Man series, winner of World's Best Story.
KJ Backford grew up living in many places around the world. After graduate degrees and a rewarding career in Silicon Valley, she now focuses on writing. She strives to combine real-world experience and knowledge to create inspiring characters within interesting, intricate thrillers and mysteries. Languages: Swedish, French, Spanish and some Russian and German.
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