Warning - Unintended Consequences cover not family friendly
I ordered the book on the recommendations of others in another thread here. I was more than a little dismayed to open the box from Amazon to see that the cover art includes a rather well endowed woman topless. It's a pity John Ross didn't give more thought to the people receiving the book by mail at work, or the appropriateness of having something like this on the family bookshelf.
Maybe I'm a prude, but I'd rather not have a discussion with my wife or 10 year-old daughter about why we say modesty is important, but I am reading books with naked ladies on the cover.
Fortunately the dust jacket can be removed and thrown away.