Review: Interference by Brad Parks

Title: Interference Book Cover
Title: Interference Series: Stand-Alone Genre: Thriller Publisher: Thomas & Mercer Format: Ebook, Print, Audio Pages: 397 Order Link:

Description (From the publisher):

From international bestselling author Brad Parks comes an emotional, heart-pounding thriller that explores the scientific unknown—and one woman’s efforts to save her husband from its consequences.

Quantum physicist Matt Bronik is suffering from strange, violent seizures that medical science seems powerless to explain—much to the consternation of his wife, Brigid.

Matt doesn’t think these fits could be related to his research, which he has always described as benign and esoteric. That, it turns out, is not quite true: Matt has been prodding the mysteries of the quantum universe, with terrible repercussions for his health. And perhaps even for humanity as a whole.

Then, in the midst of another seizure, Matt disappears. When foul play is feared, there is no shortage of suspects. Matt’s research had gained the attention of Chinese competitors, an unscrupulous billionaire, and the Department of Defense, among others.

With Matt’s life in clear danger, Brigid sets out to find him. Will Matt be killed before she reaches him, or could the physics that endangered him actually be used to save his life?

My Review:

Brad Parks expertly tackled heavy subjects like quantum physics and turned it into an interesting, fast-paced thriller that will hook the reader from the first page.

Brigid Bronik, a Dartmouth Liberian, is trying to figure out what happened to her husband, a brilliant physics professor, who has been hospitalized after a seizure. At the hospital, the doctors can’t figure out what’s wrong with her husband, Matt Bronik so he’s discharged and he returns to work in his late where he’s been conducting groundbreaking experiments that get the attention of a rich tech entrepreneur Sean Plottner. When Matt is kidnapped, Brigid joins the search for her husband with the police.

Plottner and others are also looking for Matt but their intentions might not be motivated to finding him safely.

Brad Parks packs in the mystery and suspense while writing well-drawn characters, and he packs the action with a lot of twists and turns that will keep the reader sucked in and guessing in this excellent thriller.

It's safe to say that Alan Petersen loves mystery and thriller books. He writes high-octane thrillers, hosts the MEET THE THRILLER AUTHOR podcast, and reviews thriller/mystery books.

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