The gripping new thriller from Daniel Scanlan. FBI Special Agent Ericka Blackwood faces off against criminal mastermind Dantalion in a race against time to save thousands of lives... and herself.
Following her harrowing pursuit of sinister cybercriminal Dantalion, and her life-changing decision to pursue personal vengeance over her case, Ericka Blackwood hit rock bottom. The only way she can find redemption is through the relentless hunting down of her former quarry.
But Ericka is not the only one seeking Dantalion, whose scope has extended from orchestrating murder via the Dark Web and entered the world of international terrorism. A series of explosions in Pakistan alerts intelligence services to the possibility of Dantalion's involvement, and Ericka, and her old colleagues from the FBI, are hot on the criminal mastermind's trail.
Which is exactly what he wants...
Reviews for Daniel Scanlan:
'A thrilling rollercoaster of twists and turns that will have you racing through its pages' Boyd Morrison
'Dark, brutal, scary – yet absolutely riveting' Samantha Brick
'Frighteningly plausible... The Hacker is a modern, thrilling novel' Promoting Crime Fiction
'Perfect for fans of Stieg Larsson' P.R. Black
'Frighteningly plausible and deftly written, The Hacker takes you on a harrowing journey into the dark reaches of modern technology. Daniel Scanlan's debut is a thrilling roller coaster of twists and turns that will have you racing through its pages. Riveting to the very end!' Boyd Morrison.
'A thoroughly disturbing lightning paced thriller, packed with action and intrigue. Dark and twisted and horribly captivating. Scanlan delivers a frighteningly believable world where the line between digital and physical blurs most in the shadows' Ian Green.
'Tense, gripping, brutal, scary – The Hacker has everything you'd want from a thriller. A tough and all-too-believable heroine who has demons to contend with matches wits and skills with an evil spider at the centre of his wicked web... Who will win this sadistic game? Perfect for fans of Stieg Larsson' P.R. Black.
'Frighteningly plausible... A modern, thrilling novel that moves along at high speed and hurtles towards its dénouement' Promoting Crime Fiction