The Charity Chip by Brock Booher


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The Charity Chip

by Brock Booher

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Isak held up his left hand and ran his finger along the space between his thumb and forefinger.

“This area of the hand has just enough room to house the chip I designed for the program. It allows the participants access to the Caritas facility and also serves as an individualized money chip. It has been affectionately dubbed the charity chip.”

Julio, a fourteen-year-old orphan, has spent years doing whatever it takes to survive on the streets. When he meets Isak Blixt, the creator of the Charity Chip program, he thinks his problems are over. The program provides needy children with food, schooling, clothes, everything—for free!

But Julio soon discovers that nothing comes without a price. And the truth about the charity chip is anything but charitable.

This fast-paced mystery is full of twists and turns that will keep you hooked until the very last page.


About the Author:

Brock Booher, the fourth of ten children, grew up on a farm in rural Kentucky, where he learned to work hard, use his imagination, and believe in himself. He graduated from Brigham Young University and served in the US Air force flying the A-10 and as an instructor pilot in the T-37. He is a commercial pilot for a major US carrier. In addition to technical writing for the USAf, his essays have been published in local newspapers and in Kentucky Monthly. He resides in Gilbert, Arizona, with his wife. They have six children.


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