qThe family elements in the story - the real struggles with marriage, raising a family, making a living, and just trying to enjoy life - have broadened the book's appeal to a wider audience, primarily women who are not into technology.qDARK END OF SPECTRUM will make you think twice before turning on your cell phone or PDA!DARK END OF THE SPECTRUM is a frighteningly plausible and headline ripping tale of the real threats that loom in cyberspace and beyond with a Michael Crichton realism. Based on the author's years of research into the hacker culture.DARK END OF THE SPECTRUM is a thriller that will connect with everyone with a cell phone, PDA or wireless device.When a group of digital terrorists known as ICER take over the US power grid and the cell phone network, they give the government an ultimatum - bomb the borders of Afghanistan and Pakistan with nuclear weapons to put an end to Al-Quada or they will start downing commercial airliners. When the government refuses, ICER destroys most of the downed aircraft in airports all over the country. When ICER sends a pulse that will kill millions on the East Coast, only security expert Dan Riker can stop them, but ICER has kidnapped Dan's family.Will Dan save his family or will millions die?When it was dark enough, Dan went out the back door and headed towards the neighborhood pool. His toreador red Ford F150 was in the parking lot where Amelia had left it earlier. He bent down and reached into the ... He took out Jakea#39;s PDA and dialed his house. He counted to three then punched in an 8-digit code, a 94735377a, which spelled out awirelessa on the keypad. The truck doors unlocked several seconds later activated by a program he had created that sent a signal to theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dark End of the Spectrum|
|Author||:||Anthony S. Policastro|
|Publisher||:||Outer Banks Publishing Group - 2009-02-03|