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“[An] engaging tale of cops and robbers in cyberspace.” —San Francisco Chronicle
“An eminently readable, witty narrative that sustains suspense until the very last pages.” —The Wall Street Journal
“Misha Glenny tells us that cyber crime is right here and has been for years—hiding in plain sight. . . . Required reading.” —The New Yorker
“A truly remarkable story. . . . Magnificent.” —Financial Times
“This extraordinarily powerful book demonstrates how utterly we lack the shared supranational tools needed to fight cybercrime.” —Roberto Saviano, author of Gomorrah
Misha Glenny is a former BBC Central Europe correspondent. Glenny covered the fall of Communism and the wars in the former Yugoslavia. He is the author of McMafia; The Rebirth of History; The Fall of Yugoslavia (which won the Overseas Press Club Award in 1993 for Best Book on Foreign Affairs); and The Balkans: Nationalism, War and the Great Powers, 1804-1999. He has been regularly consulted by U.S. and European governments on major policy issues. Misha Glenny lives in London.See all Editorial Reviews
Although Misha Glenny is a very good journalist and he does get the picture. This book felt as if the writer was in a hurry to 'write a book', and not cover the whole topic. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Rickey
Read it on my summer holidays last year. Easy to read and very eye opening. I preferred McMafia but its still a good book. Amazing what goes. Cant wait for the next one.Published 15 months ago by Cairbre O'Domhnaill
I found the book riveting. Not only does it reveal the under world of cyber crime, but does it in dramatic fashion. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Martin Manjak
This book is disappointing in the sense that it is a follow up to the original Dark Market and appears to be a reprint of that book, with merely a new prologue to link the new... Read morePublished on March 21, 2013 by Ivor R. B. Hibbitt
Just reading the preface had me hooked on reading this interesting book. It's intriging as a spy novel and would make a great movie except that it may be hard to follow with all... Read morePublished on March 6, 2013 by Butterfly Poet