When Silas investigates a case of intellectual property theft, he has too much of everything.
Too many suspects. Too many distractions. Too many feelings.
Circuitry Innovations of Dallas has developed a new type of semiconductor. Sales are pouring in, but when the CEO learns a Chinese tech company in Shanghai has an identical product, he hires Silas, head of operations for Discreet Corporate Security Systems, to investigate. However, it proves to be a daunting task for a number of reasons. Primarily, because there are:
Too many suspects . . .
Silas determines there are several employees at Circuitry Innovations who could be responsible for selling the company’s trade secrets to the Chinese, but it’s also possible the company’s proprietary data was stolen due to a breach in their security system. Then, there’s the businessman who discovered the theft. Could he be the guilty party?
Too many distractions . . .
As Silas begins the investigation, not only does he discover he’s being followed, his college-age daughter, who’s home for Christmas, is giving him advice about his love life, and the energetic puppy he recently adopted is proving more time-consuming than he anticipated.
Too many feelings . . .
In trying to cope with spending his first Christmas without his wife, Silas realizes he’s become emotionally attached to a colleague he’s mentoring. As he tries to sort out his feelings for her, he’s also concerned about his daughter. Is the man she’s fallen in love with good enough for her?
As Silas is sifting through the suspects, handling the distractions, and dealing with his feelings, he suddenly crosses paths with a killer, a man who’ll stop at nothing to achieve his objective. Can Silas trust God when faced with his greatest challenge? Will his prayers for wisdom be answered?