1st Case Author:James Patterson, Chris Tebbetts A computer genius pulls off her greatest hack yet -- and her skill might just get her killed. — Angela Hoot's government career begins with an ending. Her unorthodox programming skills get her kicked out of MIT's graduate school and into the Bureau's cyber-forensics unit. — A messaging app with sophisticated tracking capabilities surfa... more »ces. Its beta users, all young women, are only identified as they turn up dead in their bedrooms. As Angela races to crack the killer's digital code, their technical rivalry escalates. She must deny the killer access to her personal life, or risk losing her life to the underbelly of the Internet.« less
I'm not sure what age group this is written for as it seems to be a little juvenile at times, the 'pet' names of 'pooh' and 'piglet' just made me want to puke, I just don't think friends in their 20's talk like that and if they do then they need to grow up!
The story revolves around computer/hackers, at times it was a little over my head but I pushed through, there are a lot of pages that have 'messages' that just take up about 3-5 pages because the spacing is so big and I didn't think that was necessary and I skipped over that
Patterson needs to take more control over what his co-writers are doing