The Hack

The Hack

by Ross Homer

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Overview

Capricia Mancini, newly widowed, walks away from investigating an explosion in a Rome coffee shop. She has decided to take the job offer in Seattle, Washington. The one she feels she should have taken three months earlier.
Ardelia Brubaker and her son, Rolf, are viciously murdered in a carjacking in Seattle. Of the recent thefts of upper end cars, theirs is the only one involving violence.
The more Capricia digs into the case, the stranger it gets. She finds that Rolf Brubaker was a hacker. Thinking this may be a lead, she enters the world of the darkweb with help from another hacker.
If the case wasn't strange enough already, Capricia finds something else she never expected. She finds new love in an unforeseen direction.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781987067637
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 05/04/2019
Pages: 278
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

Ross G. Homer was born in Jacksonville, FL in 1947. He grew in locations all across the south and eventually ended up in California. He spent a couple of years going to college before joining the Air Force as a photographer. After spending ten somewhat interesting years in the Air Force, he settled in Alaska where he worked in a variety of occupations before dedicating his energies to his life-long interest in creating fantasy and fiction.

Other pursuits include: photography, music - he's a flat-pickin' bluegrass/folk singin’ guitar player; bicycling, both road and mountain, hiking and cross-country skiing.

He is the author of an interesting and unusual take on dragons among others. His other books include the 'Avenging Angel' series, ‘The Scepter of the Nile’ series, ‘The Mumans’, series and "Ariel Taylor - Time Bender. There are also several stand-alone novels.

Look for these and other books by the author on Barnes and Nobel in both paper and eBook.

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