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Exploited (The Kate Lange Thriller Series) Paperback – October 25, 2016
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The fourth book in the bestselling Kate Lange thriller series, with over a quarter of a million readers. For fans of John Grisham, James Patterson and Tess Gerritsen.
What if the face of justice belongs to... the accused?
When Kate Lange is hired to defend an unconscious woman shot while committing a puzzling crime, she is stunned to discover that the gunman is none other than Parliament's own golden boy, Harry Owen.
What if the face of the victim belongs to...us all?
As Kate pieces together the case, the lines between guilty and innocent become blurred--while a devious cyber mastermind puts the finishing touches on an explosive plan.
"Intertwined in the storyline are devious cyber plots to rival anything ripped from today's political nightmares. Who is behind what plot? Can these disasters be averted? Can any illegal activity ever be for the public good?... Although this was read as a standalone, I really want to read the first three volumes. I HIGHLY recommend this book."--Book Review Crew on EXPLOITED
Praise for the novels of Pamela Callow:
"Pamela Callow's debut thriller Damaged reminded me of the best of Robin Cook: lightning paced, innovative, topical...and most of all, frightening. Part medical mystery, part bloody thriller, here is a debut that had me flipping pages until the wee hours of the morning."
-- James Rollins, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author
"...this debut novel by a member of the Nova Scotia bar is one utterly complete, complex and convincing book that has one hooked from the first line...while this is a thriller, well-written and with a great plot, it is one that defies categorising. While the mystery may be medical with sophisticated and high technology required to improve lives, it's dark and dangerously suspenseful..."
-- Atlantic Books Today on Damaged
"Indefensible is a superbly plotted and suspenseful thriller..."
"Lawyer Kate Lange is back with another case that will test her courtroom skills, judgment and nerves. The suspense is intense, the action shocking and the plot intriguing. The insidious villain destroys a life, a reputation and a family, all as part of a chilling plan."
--RT Book Reviews on Indefensible, 4.5 stars out of 4.5 stars
"...Pamela Callow keeps 'bringing it' with the Kate Lange series. Murder, revenge, obsession, secrets, redemption; Tattooed has a lot going on and Ms. Callow manages to pull the many plot threads together into a plausible and cohesive read while maintaining the suspense."
--The Eclectic Reader
"Do yourself a favor and jump in the middle of these amazing books. You won't be able to put them down until the final page."
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- Publisher : Pamela Callow Publishing; 1st edition (October 25, 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 336 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0995154368
- ISBN-13 : 978-0995154360
- Item Weight : 12.9 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.84 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,090,474 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The book opens with a prologue, and the action is set in the dead of night. These two words -- "dead" and "night" – are in the mind of Leah Roberts, a character whose actions make the plot unravel, and who is also aware of what she faces – death or darkness. But it is not that clear, and throughout the novel we become aware of the many opposites before us, as well as before the characters. There are “white hats” versus “black hats” – ethical hackers versus unethical ones. Still, everyone wonders, readers included, is there anything ethical about hackers? This question seems to be answered towards the end, but the doubt still remains with us, as it does with Kate and her new partner, Eddie – a brilliant addition and a better developed character in this novel.
All the characters in this thriller are extremely well drawn. We not only accept their reactions and feelings but also share them. The characters seem to be caught in an infinite and endless journey, as in the number eight, the symbol of infinity, looping back to itself. Even though Kate and Randall are the center of the action, especially because of matters of the heart, we get to know all the other characters well, through their actions and through their words, and some of them through their computer screen names.
Pamela Callow’s references to actions and feelings are described in her usual remarkable manner. A character in pain is in "a supernova of agony"; Kate wishes her heart “had a set of sliding doors that would close as smoothly and surely on Randall’s retreating back.”
But we should also note that before the prologue, and even before the dedications, there is a quotation in italics from John Donne's famous poem: “No man is an island.” And, as we read Exploited, we understand what those words mean in this context, as we realize that every single action leads to another one, and so on, until all the actions are not only a continuation of the first one, but are also all connected. The thrill of the rollercoaster is still with us, even as we finish reading.
Although I will have tho confess the author's first novel Blew me away.
Me Lange defending the victim who is also the villain was a nice twist.
all the discussions and plots of cyper crimes were so very much in line with what's happenings.
The conclusion was very heartwarming.
I have read all of this author's novels and none have disappointed me.
I am looking forward to the next episode in Ms Lange 's adventures.
Keep up the great work Pamela Callow.
Great storyline the characters are making choices and then forced to deal with the consequences. The law may be black and white but some actions definitely fall in the gray area that makes it impossible to determine if it's right or wrong. This book, like the three before it in this series, is hard to put down. I really enjoyed the whole series.