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Who is more evil..? The killer or his victims..?
Journalist Kate O'Sullivan puts her life at risk when she exposes an international VIP paedophile operation by publishing information her brother hacked from the CIA database. With the US government on the hunt for her source and ruthless VIPs closing in on them both, a renegade agent turned serial killer leaves a bloody trail in his wake…
As the body count rises, can Kate and her brother survive?
From a Professional Law Enforcement Veteran
Mr. Patching is a crime fiction writer who guides the reader into the shadows, but draws you back out into the light with the help of “ultimate justice”.
“The Hack” is a work of fiction that deals with non-fictional issues - a novel that brought back memories of similar investigations I have experienced throughout my career, including those undertaken in cooperation with the Asian law enforcement family.
The author asks of the reader:
Is the character “Hunter” an evil killer or is he a devoted advocate? Is he truly good or purely evil?
Are his actions, by any definition - legally, morally, emotionally, and/or spiritually - justified?
Who are the real evil ones?
Those with a warped sense of perceived power, privilege, and perversion, who believe they rule the planet... or... those who strongly believe in the concepts of truth, honor and justice?
"The Hack" is a thoroughly enjoyable novel and very difficult to put down. The writer is an excellent, highly talented author, in my humble opinion. I look forward to reading more from Mr. Patching.
JOSEPH ROMERO JR.
Life Member of the United States Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) since the 1980s and a former United States Marine, who also served in Vietnam.