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Crime sort of pays
on 24 August 2012
This is the story of Henrietta `Harry' Martinez, the daughter of a convicted insider trader. Harry is an IT expert, a legalised hacker, who becomes involved in the legacy of her father's crime.
The story has pace, and the IT and banking elements are sufficiently researched to give it some context. However, the plot is a little predictable and the characters lack credibility. Some scenes verge on the risible, for instance in one scene our heroine is forced off the road, badly bruised and shaken in the process, beaten up by her attacker for good measure, and then picked up by her boss who takes her home where they make love.
Just about enough to warrant reading to the end, but there are many better options available in the thriller genre.