by P. Sherman


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Anonymous by P. Sherman

Full of suspense, mystery, and drama, this thrilling page-turner opens with a young man siting perched at his laptop at a popular café in Paris de Amour when, all of a sudden, he catches the reflection of an unidentified shadow on his computer screen. He swiftly packs up his belongings and runs off into the crowded town hub, desperately trying to escape the shadowy figure stalking behind him!

The young man's name is Jake, but there's a lot more to him than meets the eye. Jake's true identity is that of a computer hacker associated with the infamous hacker organization ANONYMOUS! And so, there are numerous forces out to find him, some determined to expose him and others determined to use his hacking skills to their advantage. But regardless of their different motives, Jake's hunters all have one thing in common-they'll stop at nothing until they get what they're after, making his journey full of unexpected twists and turns.

ANONYMOUS exposes the temptations and dangerous realities of modern social concepts, such as social networks and hacking organizations, while delivering a compelling story that will benefit the world we live in, making it a thriller sure to entertain you and keep you guessing until the very end!

Author P. Sherman has generously chosen to dedicate a portion of net sales from this book to endorse the Ian Somerhalder Foundation (, which, among other things, supports animals and helps recover their natural habitats from disaster and other unfortunate circumstances.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781492999218
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/02/2014
Pages: 94
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

About the Author

I started writing at the tender age of fifteen, when I lost touch with my father due to difficult circumstances. However, I am blessed to say that I survived those times with the help of my creative writing abilities, which were later recognized by both my honors English teachers and some very reputable English professors.

One of them, Dr. Virginia Spencer Carr, was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for both The Lonely Hunter: A Biography of Carson McCullers and Dos Passos: A Life. Dr. Carr was not only my professor and my mentor, but she was also a very dear friend with whom I shared many visits and a passion for good food and tea.
Along the course of this friendship, she wrote a letter to my graduate program, a quote from which still tenderly haunts my memories: "I have known [this person] both in and out of the classroom...[they have] assisted me in a number of special projects...a very creative ways of examining issues that had not previously occurred to me...[and] I can see where [the] compassion, intellect, judgment, integrity, and maturity...come from."

Striking educators such as Dr. Carr have made me who I am today-a writer and educator who got lost somewhere in the hustle and bustle of life. I ended up teaching physics and biology for a living, but my soul remained that of a writer.

Today, I write to endorse different charitable organizations that have touched my heart, and every book has a special dedication indicating that a portion of all my net sales go to that special charity. Therefore, I encourage you to read my books and help these foundations!

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