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White Rabbit

3.75  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Logan Alexander is in exile.

It's a self-inflicted exile but an exile nonetheless.

As the most gifted hacker on the east coast, he’s made a few bad friends and even more of the worst kind of enemies.

A routine job takes a wrong turn, and the aftermath, Logan goes into hiding. With a terrible tragedy eating at him, he makes a vow never to repeat history. If he can just
Kindle Edition, 245 pages
Published February 3rd 2016 by Cats Meow Media
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Ben Mariner
Feb 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
White Rabbit was a great blend of a modern story and old school noir elements. There was just something about it that struck a chord with me. I'm a sucker for a good noir story and this definitely delivered. Desiree really captured the essence of old world storytelling while the story of a computer hacker unfolded on the pages. There characters were real and relatable to a point where you loved them one minute and kind of hated them the next. It's a super quick read that really doesn't end how ...more
K.A. Krisko
Mar 11, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: intrigue, mystery
I’m quite a fan of intrigue, mystery, and crime, and enjoy noir as well as stories of flawed characters working on the edge of legitimacy. This story starts off in one or more of those categories, following a fellow who’s got himself in too deep and can’t seem to extricate himself. The beginning of the novel promises Wambaugh-toned adventure (think The Black Marble, etc.) in a unique setting with a unique and non-traditional family in the wings.

In the middle, though, the novel shifts to
Lynn Sheridan
Mar 27, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: crime, hacker
This is a fast paced story about a heavy drinking, womanizing hacker and his last job. I quite liked the chapter styles where each chapter title was a reference to the time relative to the story. The writing style is fast paced, however there are moments where the story doesn’t seem to keep up with the style. In particular it felt like the story continued for a number of chapters after what seemed like the natural conclusion. It would certainly benefit from a thorough editing, but otherwise is ...more
Wilnona Marie
Feb 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
It's a walk on the dark style that heralds from the era of gritty men, sexy dames, and hard core attitudes. It is a nice ride into a suspenseful world driven by Logan with hair pin turns and cliffhanger danger. Desiree spins an excellent yarn
Nov 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Wonderful read by a first time author for me. Really enjoyed it and definitely ready for more. Received a free book and so appreciate it.
Mar 05, 2016 rated it liked it
I received a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.

Logan, Ryan, and Jonathan are three brothers. And Logan, despite being a very flawed character, clearly really cares about the other two. Jonathan, especially. But he can’t be around them, for their own safety. Julian has forced it to be that way. Logan, you see, has been a computer hacker, and Julian has had him use these skills in the past to… well, I won’t give that spoiler away.
For the readers who want to know, there was
Mar 06, 2016 rated it liked it
"White Rabbit" is the classic "one last job" premise: an ace hacker who has fled his hometown to protect his loved ones must return home and take on one last job to hack into government bank accounts for a mob boss in order to keep his brothers safe. It's a modern noir for the digital age, and is a snappy read with good tension.

A few typos and errors made me stumble (a character named Jake suddenly seems to become Jack for the rest of the chapter), but once we are into the protagonist's POV the
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Desiree has been writing since before she could talk. Or at least, that’s how it seems. As a child, she’d spend her weekends making books. She’d scribble anything that came to mind on notebook paper and then staple all the pages together. Before she knew it, she had a stack of books.

The original self-publishing.

In junior high, she graduated to writing terribly melodramatic novels in tattered
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