We rely on automation. Our cars parallel park themselves. The military uses unmanned aerial vehicles for surveillance. We can't go anywhere without our phones. Our lives are ripe for hacking.
Not that anyone would.
When a group of high school friends meet at their 45th reunion, they discuss the hypothetical. With all these wireless networks, could someone hack a military drone? Unknown to them, a Russian spy gets wind of their idle chatter and plans to put their idea to the test.
Vasili Grigoriy Konstantinov commandeers a drone flying over Washington DC and terrorizes the National Mall with a low flyby. Then, things escalate.
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Drone brings Spy novels bang up to date
A riveting read
The moment when "Sam" manages to outwit his Russian captor when he ( and myself too) least expected
Samuel E Hoke is new to me, but I am from England and this is my first audio book, so I cannot compare to his other work. However, he managed to bring this exquisite novel to life, his ability to handle the Eastern European accents was superb.
Drone , dark forces on the move in Michigan
This was a wonderful way to enjoy my weekend and I found I just could not stop listening to the book. Drones are in the news almost every day in various world conflicts, and on sale in many shopping malls for the public to purchase. This novel brings the reader bang up to date with the technology and poses some very interesting question on their security and safety that many have probably have wondered about. Looking forward to the next Kreucher/ Hoke audio novel.
Mr G Smith