DeathByte

DeathByte When someone breaks into hacker William Wing s Hong Kong apartment and steals the hard drives from his computer it sets several intelligence services searching for the plans to a new device that coul

  • Title: DeathByte
  • Author: D.S. Kane
  • ISBN: 9780996059138
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • When someone breaks into hacker William Wing s Hong Kong apartment and steals the hard drives from his computer, it sets several intelligence services searching for the plans to a new device that could change the course of world politics forever Wing s worst fears, that he might become hunted for what they think he knows, is the least of the issues at hand for his friend,When someone breaks into hacker William Wing s Hong Kong apartment and steals the hard drives from his computer, it sets several intelligence services searching for the plans to a new device that could change the course of world politics forever Wing s worst fears, that he might become hunted for what they think he knows, is the least of the issues at hand for his friend, Jon Sommers Sommers will have to leave his deep cover assignment to help his friend, and he ll need a team The Mossad wants what Wing lost, and so do the Americans, the Chinese and the Brits It s going to be a free for all.

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    About "D.S. Kane"

    1. D.S. Kane

      DS Kane is the name I ve chosen to write under I worked in the field of covert intelligence for over a decade During that time, my cover was my real name, and I was on the faculty of NYU s Stern Graduate School of Business I traveled globally for clients including government and military agencies, the largest banks, and Fortune 100 corporations, and while in country, I did side jobs for our government One of the banks I investigated housed the banking assets of many of the world s intelligence agencies and secret police forces, including the CIA and NSA Much of my work product was pure but believable fiction, lies I told, and truths I concealed Secrets that if revealed might have gotten me killed When my cover got blown, I fled the field and moved 3,000 miles Now, I m a former spy, still writing fiction Through my novels, I expose the way intelligence agencies craft fiction for sale to sway their countries and manipulate their national policy, driving countries into dangerous conflicts I ve been published under my real name many times in financial trade journals on topics including global banking, computer fraud and countermeasures, financial forecasting, global electronic funds transfer networks, and corporate finance, including one book on finance published by a major publisher I ve been a featured speaker at financial conferences and conventions My children s book, A Teenager s Guide to Money, Banking and Finance, was published in 1987 by Simon Schuster I was once the CEO of an ebook publishing company I ve been adjunct faculty at the Whidbey Island MFA program, and also teach a course at the Muse Online Writers Conference entitled Covert Training and Covert Operations for Fiction Writers, and taught one on a similar topic at California libraries, funded by a federal grant I ve taught a thriller writing course at the Pikes Peak Writers Conference and was a featured speaker at a dinner meeting of the California Writers Club I taught finance at the Stern Graduate Business School of New York University for over ten years, and am one of the co founders of ActFourWriters, a unique email based novelists critique group.

    436 thoughts on “DeathByte”

    1. DeathByte (Spies Lie, #2) by D.S. KaneWilliam Wing's apartment is broken into and his hard drives are stolen from his computer. William is a computer genius and also a fantastic hacker, actually the best there is. William is now being hunted by several world wide intelligence agency,and their motives are not good.John Sommers ( who works for the Mossad) is called to help him (William). Soon it becomes a deadly mission, and a race for time. Who will get to William first? The Mossad, The American' [...]


    2. This is written by somebody who has lived this life Well done. Dealing with the changing names of Israel, China, and others with an alias, I had to pay attention to. But, every bit of this is very real. The life of a real hacker can be very scary, and there is little they cannot get into if properly motivated.


    3. Kirkus Reviews issues their take on DeathByte, book 2 of the Spies Lie Series:DEATHBYTE Book 2 of the Spies Lie SeriesKane, DSThe Swiftshadow Group, Inc. (354 pp.)$14.99 paperback, $3.99 e-bookISBN: 978-0996059138; June 12, 2014In the second installment of the Spies Lie thriller series, a covert agent reunites with his allies as intelligence agencies battle over a revolutionary tracking device. Master hacker William Wing discovers that someone has broken into his Hong Kong apartment and stolen a [...]


    4. D S Kane's insights into the world of espionage and subterfuge are truly unnerving. His main character is the consummate computer hacker whose computer hard drives have been stolen. The tale of what happens next is a fast paced, thrilling and, at times, horrifying look at the underbelly of international spy games and manipulations. Kane writes about this world with a decade's worth of experience under his belt. I was intrigued as well as dismayed to be introduced to the tactics used by various a [...]


    5. Although this is book two, I bought this because it was on sale. After reading this book and not being able to put it down, I now have to go back and read book one. The main character gets sucked into a world of intrigue and espionage as the readers get drawn in as well.This is a well written novel that flows well, and has wonderfully defined characters. This is a must read for anyone who enjoys espionage, thrillers and suspense. Thank you DS Kane for a wonderful creation.


    6. Too muchKnow he writes from some experience, however if there is that much lying, deceit and double dealing, what's any intelligence worth. Sex plays apart, but did not offer to this story line.


    7. Kind of a complex plot but still a fun page-turning read. This book leads into the third book of the series so I'll read it next.


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