Some people live and die by their technology – some just die.
Top CIA cybersleuth Scott Faraday has never seen such clean hits – a perfect electronic getaway every time.
The trail is cold.
So are the bodies of six U.N. diplomats at Turtle Bay. Six different countries represented. No apparent connection.
Other than the fact every one died sitting at a computer.
Faraday’s been doing this long enough to understand they were killed remotely by assassinware: a stealth connection to the World Wide Web used to kill end users. But the murderer hasn’t left a trace of evidence, no stray data packets, no IP addresses.
Except for an anonymous comment posted to a blog.
Faraday’s blog . . .
With all the gripping suspense, dramatic action, and high-tech wizardry of TV’s 24, AssassinWare takes you on a rollercoaster of political intrigue with Scott Faraday, the nation’s savviest cybercrime detective, and his feisty partner Catherine Blaine. The story is laced with accessible modernity, well-placed surprises, and dry wit.
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