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When X-hacker Charlie Riven is framed for a crime she didn't commit, she accepts help from an unlikely source--sexy Treasury Agent Elaine Harper.

Charlotte "Charlie" Riven is a former hacker working for Whitestone, a multibillion-dollar hedge fund. When someone modifies one of her programs to divert millions of dollars...somewhere...Charlie is first in line to take the fal
Paperback, 241 pages
Published February 2nd 2009 by Bold Strokes Books (first published February 1st 2009)
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Nov 08, 2012 T rated it really liked it
Conspiracy theories, the most elite hackers of Generation X, secret CIA agents, Eugenics, and a very complex relationship between two super-intelligent women. I loved this story. It is brilliant and well developed.

There are many secrets that the reader is encouraged to try to figure out throughout this book. Even screenshots of hand written secret agent notes that might as well have said "this message will self destruct in 10 seconds", were included. You get to try to figure out who the players
This novel probably isn't for everyone, and not just because of the lesbian erotic portions. It is a delicate and intricately woven piece, told from limited internal third person - the little voice riding in the back of several characters' heads. The characters are directly woven into the POV - the nuances and neuroses are freely viewed by the reader through the context of the page. As a result, some changes in POV are very distinct whereas others may feel more subtle. In all cases, it's never i ...more
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