The Blue Nowhere: A Novel [Jeffery Deaver] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. His code name is Phate — a sadistic computer hacker who. How do you write a truly gripping thriller about people staring into computer screens? Many have tried, none have succeeded—until now. Leave it to Deaver, the. The Blue Nowhere will forever change the way you feel about your computer. Jeffery Deaver, bestselling author of The Empty Chair and The Bone Collector.

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She figured that it would be two minutes before one of these boys approached her and she missed that estimate by only ten seconds.

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But Deaver created a protagonist nowherd I really liked, and an extremely formidable antagonist, which greatly contributed to the story. But what about this one?

I have read 3 and working on another one. And yet as Lara was about to ask Will Randolph to walk her to her car after they got the snapshots she had a thought: Again,just like Phillip Margolin, there b,ue flaws in this story BUT that’s an awful big but you have thereI will not delve into those things because this deaber a work of fiction and is meant to entertain.

Besonders ins Herz geschlossen habe ich aber Wyatt Gillette, den Hacker.

I worked out some, but not all of the details, and I loved the way things came together with this one. Is every gifted “hacker type” unable to keep from breaking the law? The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner.

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No – it’s this one! My third Jeffery Deaver read, Speaking in Tongues, was another disappointment.

Detailed Review Summary of The Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver

Lara slid off the bar stool and walked to the window, glanced outside. To see what howhere friends thought of this book, please sign up.

It was just paranoia, she told herself. Real lives are stored in the Blue Nowhere. The computer crimes unit tracking him are not so brilliant.

The Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver

Still, the driver had seemed to stare at her with an eerie hostility. There is little doubt that there is a spy in the investigation, though who it is Deaver does not let you know and you can guarantee if you think you know you will be wrong. Excellent, edge of jeffeey seat read! The actual crime plot is pretty hackneyed, but the computing background means that the novel is more than just a run of the mill police procedural. Published May 9th by Coronet Books Hachette first published But when the head of the CCD, and the man who hired him, is murdered, Wyatt must report to Frank Bristol, a grizzled homicide detective who favors old-fashioned sleuthing and forensic evidence to track killers.

The Cybersecurity Canon: The Blue Nowhere

His books are sold in countries and translated into 25 languages. The one part of the plot which seems unlikely, if not impossible, is the program used by Phate to target the victims, which is named Trapdoor. Compared to Clarke and Russinovich, Deaver may not have as much of a technical background, but he knows how to flesh out his characters. Jul 02, Jerod rated it it was amazing. Deaver as usual provides us with a convoluted but plausible storyline with plenty of plot twists and more than the occasional red herring dragged across our path.

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Having finally got round to reading it, I found myself really enjoying it. How about sluggish keyboard response? He infiltrates their computers, invades their lives, and — with chilling precision — lures them to their deaths. These two sported the blue cards of Sun Microsystems. His was the only car there. The crime had me hooked, and so did the characters, leaving me more than willing to keep turning the pages.

I was on a Jeffery Deaver kick a few nowhefe ago and being unable to find an unread Lincoln Rhyme novel one of which later ended my obsessive reading of Mr. Books by Jeffery Deaver.