Double Blind by Tiffany Pitts
Delilah’s brother Paul has always been nothing but trouble so when he goes missing in Hong Kong, Delilah isn’t surprised. With only Paul’s nerdy roommate, Carl, for company, Delilah goes in search her brother and ends up in the middle of a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse. I was impressed by Ms. Pitts’ engrossing thriller. The character of Carl is refreshingly deeper than the stereotypical computer geek and teams well with the headstrong Delilah. The prose was humorous and a good mixture of character development, action, science fiction, geekery and mystery. If I had to choose a complaint, it would be that Delilah hates the Beatles. I mean, really, how can you hate the Beatles? That’s like hating Christmas or puppies. But, overall, “Double Blind” is not a bad way to spend a few hours.
*Disclosure: I was provided a free copy of this novel with a request for an honest review.*