Review: Social Engineer – A Brody Taylor Novella, by Ian Sutherland

Have you ever wondered how hackers get access to even the most carefully guarded places, how they manage to extract vital and top secret information from any sort of company which they could sell to the Russians or the Chinese if they wanted to? Let Brody Taylor show you – he is one; a white hat hacker, though, not a black hat one, to the good fortune of the pharma company from which he steals the data of an immensely important project…


This is a really fascinating story spiked with absolutely credible details on the difficult and dangerous work of a white hat hacker. But not only that, it’s also about personal dilemmas and the pain of having to live a double life – because Brody Taylor, the hacker, is also a human being; and he’s fallen in love with the girl he’s been using for gaining access to the secret files and thus exposing the company’s security flaws. How will she react when he tells her the truth?


After finishing this wonderfully crisp and thrilling read, I honestly can’t wait to read Brody’s next adventure!

Published by: Roberta Franklin

I’m an author of romantic fiction, born in Germany and living in Greece and London. I’ve worked as a journalist, as social hostess on a cruise ship, as an insurance agent, as a translator and teacher… I love books, movies, computer games, history – and I feel at home everywhere around the world!

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