He secretly watches you within your home for months. He learns everything about you. Now it’s killing time.
Anna, a beautiful cellist, auditions for a prestigious London orchestra. Allowing ambition to quell her suspicions, Anna performs solo to the creepy looking auditioner. It's her final performance.
Jenny Price, talented Met Police detective, can’t figure out how the killer knew Anna’s most intimate dreams and desires to lure her so convincingly. As the murder investigation team runs out of steam, Jenny accepts the aid of attractive but mysterious witness Brody Taylor, who comes forward with a strange story about hacked webcams hidden inside people’s homes. But Jenny is completely unaware of Brody's real objective.
An up-to-the-minute crime thriller that dares to expose the dark side of the connected world in which we now live.
What readers say about Invasion of Privacy:
“I am a little sad it is over but still buzzing from the superb finale. Looking forward to the next adventure.” Amazon Reviewer
"Sutherland deftly weaves dramatic, humanly plausible police procedurals with very high-level hackery to form a novel both intricately plotted and meticulously produced.” Sean Randall, Goodreads Top 50 Reviewer
"One of the best debut novels I have read. Crime, murder, sex, friendship, twist and turns, highs and lows are abundant throughout this book.” Amazon Reviewer
"If the producers of Homeland or 24 are looking for the next, and very relevant, topical and addictive series, look no further.” Tom Evans, Amazon Reviewer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I read thrillers to break up the monotony of my technical writing day job. Ian Sutherland pulls you into his world so fast, I found myself reaching for my umbrella, as his characters dodged the rain. Throughly gripping, if you had concerns about the cyber world before you may want to keep your computers off.