'Daemon is to novels what The Matrix was to movies' Rick Klau, Google.
'Relentlessly exciting' Daily Telegraph.
'Superb' Independent on Sunday.
From the Back Cover
Matthew Sobel is dead, but his final creation survives. A man is found brutally murdered - and the only possible perpetrator happens to be dead. As more killings follow, it becomes clear that mass carnage is being planned and organised from beyond the grave. The Daemon is seemingly unstoppable, and murder is the least of its capabilities. A lethal program designed by a twisted genius, the Daemon inhabits the systems on which an increasingly interconnected society depends. In a world where everyone and everything is online, nothing is out of its reach. Just don't turn on that computer...