Social Engineer (The Deep Web Thriller #1) by Ian Sutherland

Brody is an elite hacker; he also happens to be one of the most highly skilled hackers in the world. His relationship with the beautiful French Mel gives him a reason to throw ethics into his work but is it enough to secure her love?

This novella is a brilliant example of modern day espionage. Brody’s social engineering exploits are eye-opening, and the carefully woven plot is a weave of mastery. The plot isn’t linear but takes us back to different timelines in a seamless way. It all unfolds at the end and leaves the reader with a wow-factor.

Sutherland’s characters actually take a back seat in the story and the social engineering hack takes centre stage, rightfully so, because it is quite brilliant. I highly recommend this book and look forward to reading the next in the series.




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Gothic Mansion Books

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