I paid 99¢ for the Kindle version of this book. I'm wondering if the free and deeply discounted ebooks are such because the publishers save by not paying for editing or proofreading. While the story was OK, it was hard to focus on it because of the complete disregard for spelling, punctuation (quote marks appear purely at random), and even names. In the opening sequence, Jack Braden is suddenly and temporarily referred to as "Phillips," which is not even his alias, it's just random. Later on, FBI agent Coffey is referred to as "Covey." Even the person (e.g., "I lowered his head," when the meaning was "my head") and tense often changed erroneously in the same freaking sentence. Honestly, it was exhausting to deal with and made the story feel much less intelligent. How do I apply for a job as a proofreader?