Book: The Hack - International Crime Thriller (Hunter/O'Sullivan Adventure #1) by Will Patchingcategories: Book, Organized Crime, Adventure, Strong Female Protagonist, Murder Mystery, Serial Killer, Child Abuse, Trafficking, Police Investigation, Suspense, Vigilante Justice, CIA Agent, Crime Thriller
Will Patchingabout this book: Evil men hide in plain site, their tentacles entwined with the highest levels of society, and they will do everything in their power to keep their heinous secrets safe.
When Kate O'Sullivan, a struggling female journalist, is handed the scoop of a lifetime by her computer whiz kid brother Johnny, she unwittingly tumbles them both headlong into a nightmare that threatens their lives - and that of many other innocents.
With an international ring of ruthless paedophiles out to shut them both up, a serial killer vigilante on the loose, and the CIA's own hackers trying to trap her naive little brother, Kate's world will never be the same again...
The Hack is a rapid fire international crime thriller that spans three continents and reaches into the dark heart of the UK Establishment.
Some readers ask why I like to tackle difficult topics - in this case the vile trafficking and sexual abuse of vulnerable children. Frankly, I think the world is full of such stories but we rarely get to glimpse the truth behind the evil that powerful people do.
Although I originally wrote this novel long before the fairly recent paedophile scandal involving members of the British Establishment - knights, celebrities and MPs alongside a raft of 'holy men' - the story reflects much of the truth that is still coming to light.
Even now, despite the mountains of information available on the internet and through social networks, a UK enquiry into this dreadful criminal enterprise has failed to appoint a genuinely independent chairperson - despite three failed attempts over a two year period. As time goes by, more of the accused, yet allegedly 'respectable men', are dying without ever being brought to account.
Meanwhile, the victims are vilified and belittled - despite whistleblowers' highly credible tales of police investigations being halted by members of the UK government and security services at the time, along with news media being suppressed by those same public officials.
Who knows? But I am inclined to believe this is conspiracy fact.
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