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Data detective digs digital dirt,
By A Customer
This review is from: Dangerous Data (Paperback)
Dogg is new age detective in the Marlowe mould, understated, dry and in control. And it's scary just how much information money can buy - your employment, financial, shopping and sexual preferences are only a few dollars away. So when Dogg gets digging into the lives of three apparently normal young London professionals, it's not too surprising that things are not all they seem. Dogg has a good nose for detail - the characters are realistic Londoners in a booming town. And his (or is Dogg even a person?) persistance gives us an excellent twist in the tail. This is a most entertaining book, with a serious underside. From now on you'll use cash when whenever it really matters.