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This time around, he takes advantage of the upcoming Presidential Election to show how easily a cyber-security disaster of a different type could unfold. The Lafayette Campaign unspools a masterful plot of deceit, creativity, sexual manipulation and coverup to ensure that you won't be able to stop reading, all the while wondering if PAC money diverted and spent on cyber hacking could steal an election from the American people.
Read The Lafayette Campaign to see why a Stuxnet like attack against American voters isn't so far fetched in 2016...
There’s a delightful inside joke aspect of this book, especially for authors. Updegrove’s depiction of turning an idea into a book and of literary agents, publishers, ghost writers, and book marketing will entertain everyone who’s set foot on that road.
Suppose someone did hack the political polls? Those polls drive so many aspects of our politics and government that the consequences would be immense. And what if the evil genius directing the hack only thinks he’s directing it?
The Lafayette Campaign is definitely a read for our present wacky but consequential political times. I hope that what I just saw on “Pox News” was really only the trailer for this entertaining and thought-provoking novel.
Trump's Russian adventures have nothing on this timely thriller!
It is up to Frank to determine not only the methodology but also the perpetrators of the hack. This becomes quite a tangled process in the world of political machinations and conspiracies.
This is a well written stand alone book containing more satire and less thrills than the first book in the series. Although the technical details are complex, Andrew Updegrove does a good job of simplifying them so that the story does not bog down.
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Descriptive political election and voting system. Haven't read his first book but will give it a try.
Characters are fun, each with their own twists.Read more