Nobody's Safe by Richard Steinberg
takes readers on a fictional tale of intrigue and
deception involving Area 51.
The novel depicts Gregory Picaro as the finest
safecracker and break-in artist in the world. There is no
safe, no lock, no security system that can keep him out.
By combining touch with technology, insight with
improvisation, Greg's world is just one big, open door.
But some things are better left locked away. One evening
on a seemingly routine apartment burglary, Greg is caught
with his guard down. Concealed in the owner's closet,
Greg covertly witnesses an interrogation of his mark by
three men in dark, conservative suites.
Unable to crack the owner for the combination to his
hidden safe, they torture and murder him in cold blood.
Greg keeps his cool, and as the men in black regroup to
dispose of the body, Greg picks the safe clean. What he
finds in the stash is both perplexing and revelatory, and
something that the highest and hidden levels of the
government will kill to deep secret.
A rocket-fueled American thriller filled with exquisitely
detailed insights into the methodology of safecracking, Nobody's
Safe takes readers on a dazzling ride into
the labyrinthine world of government deception, and will
keep them guessing until the final page.
Author Steinberg lectures on issues
that include counter-terrorism, international security,
and the history of assassinations in America. A former
consultant and founder of an international high-risk
security firm, Steinberg began writing full-time after
recovering from a gunshot wound incurred in the line of
duty. His first novel, The Gemini Man,
was about genetic manipulation, another popular topic among aliens.