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WikiJustice by Jack King

Is he a traitor, or a hero? A government spy, or a hacker? A journalist? A thief? A whistleblower? He is the World's most wanted.

He has published online a trove of highly coveted secrets of the mighty and the powerful, exposing lies, corruption, and abuses of power. WikiJustice takes the world by storm. The guilty are held liable in ways that fit their crimes: Crooked politicians, banksters, CEOs of greedy corporations, and corrupt cops, are found dead. Terror grips the untouchables. There is no price too high for his head -- dead, not alive. Government assassins hunt for him; state security agencies shut down his websites. He eludes them all, and the contents of his servers multiply, hosted by countless supporters.

WikiJustice triumphs, but not all is what it seems. Someone is taking advantage of WikiJustice to further a dangerous agenda...

Category: Espionage, Spying, Thriller, Hacking, Technological, Hitmen, International, Conspiracy, FSB, CIA, NSA, Oligarchs,

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152546385
Publisher: Jack King
Publication date: 12/29/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 332 KB

About the Author

ABOUT JACK KING As a former top-secret government courier, Jack King was privy to all the ins and outs of covert maneuvering on a global scale. He has turned his work experience into a series of novels that resonate with authenticity. The corridors of power, with their backstabbing, greed, and corruption, are the focus points of Jack's books. PRAISE FOR JACK KING "A New King of Thrillers on the Horizon." Sisters in Crime "If you like spy thrillers with shady characters, twisting plots that involve international conspiracies, and fascinating foreign locales, then you must read Jack King". The Beach Metro News "King's debut novel is powerful, riveting and an incredible ride through the back passageways of international politics. Strong characters, believable (if incredible) plot lines and nonstop action almost make each page turn without the reader's help. King has entered the spy genre arena with some hefty ammunition of his own." and the Old Book Barn Gazette "King, a former courier of top-secret information, delivers a tightly wound debut thriller ... [with] intelligent dialogue, relentless pacing and well-rounded characters (including a hauntingly familiar American president)." Publisher's Weekly

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Wikijustice 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A current affairs kind of thriller with whistleblowers in the world of oligarchs, media control, modern espionage, growing police state, 99% vs 1%, etc, where justice, albeit eye-for-an-eye, is running amok but is the people's only recourse.