Thursday, September 19, 2013

Assured Destruction: Script Kiddie by Michael F. Stewart

Assured Destruction:
Script Kiddie

by Michael F. Stewart

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Just released: August 2013
Publisher: Non Sequitur Press
Genre: Fantasy, YA
Paperback: 156
ISBN: 9780981269979
Rating: 4

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Jan Rose no longer steals data from the old computers she recycles. She doesn't need to. As the newest member of the police department’s High Tech Crime Unit, the laptop of a murderer has landed on her desk. Her job: to profile and expose a killer.

But that’s not all.

A creep lurks in the shadows, stalking a friend, and Jan must stop him before the hunt turns deadly. The clock counts down for Jan to save her friend, her job, her boyfriend—maybe even her life.


Series:
Assured Destruction
Assured Destruction: Script Kiddie

My two-bits:
In-a-word(s):
skiddie
Spunky character, Jan, is involved in a more thriller-like story that will keep you hooked to the end. Just like in the first book, I liked the view into the hacker world and interaction within the internet.

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About Michael:
After crewing ships in the Antarctic and the Baltic Sea and some fun in venture capital, Michael anchored himself (happily) to a marriage and a boatload of kids. Now he injects his adventurous spirit into his writing with brief respites for research into the jungles of Sumatra and Guatemala, the ruins of Egypt and Tik’al, paddling the Zambezi and diving whatever cave or ocean reef will have him. He is a member of the International Thriller Writers and SF Canada, and the author of the Assured Destruction series, 24 Bones, The Sand Dragon, Hurakan, Ruination and several award winning graphic novels for young adults.

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2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the great review! One more book to go. :)

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  2. Velvet, I'm glad you liked how Michael interweaves social media, the internet and hacking into his stories. It really gives you an inside look into that world, doesn't it? Thanks for the review!

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