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The Gomorrah gambit / Tom Chatfield.
Chatfield, Tom, 1980-
New York : Mulholland Books, Little, Brown and Company, 2019.
299 pages ; 25 cm
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When the Dark Web executes an ultimate power grab that destroys all privacy, elite hacker Azi Bello uncovers a conspiracy that is complicated by a family member's recruitment into a digital terrorist organization.
Azi Bello, a hacker, spent the better part of his life holed up in a shed in his backyard. He has become increasingly enmeshed in the dark side of the internet. Someone with the right connections can access to anything imaginable, and power is theirs for the taking-- although even they can't know what kind of bargain they've struck. Tipped off by a young woman named Munira, Azi sets out to unravel the mysterious online marketplace known as Gomorrah, sacrificing his carefully constructed privacy in the process. Munira's cousins were recruited to work for a terrorist state that's hunting them both. Now her destiny is in Azi's hands. In an age when identities can be switched at will, how far will he go to end the nightmare? -- adapted from jacket
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