The Zeus Payload

Nick King is approached by CIA agents to create a cyberweapon that can infiltrate any computer system without being detected. He quickly learns that the cyberweapon, which he names the Zeus Payload, is being actively sought be undesirable groups that want to use the program to destroy the United States. More

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Language: American English
ISBN: 9781621833130
About Steven G. Jackson

Award winning novelist Steven G. Jackson holds a Master of Professional Writing degree from the University of Southern California, and lives with his wife and yellow lab “Bear” in Southern California. He also serves as Vice President of the Southern California Writers Association.

I spent my first career as an engineering and technology director in the defense business. I learned about the defense and intelligence businesses, and believed they made for fascinating reading.

Now I write full-time. I write thriller novels, one-act stage plays, and short-short stories, the latter two mostly comedies. I wrote a screenplay adaptation of one of my novels. But I spend most of my time writing thrillers, because that’s what I enjoy reading most. My book collection features those authors I admire and hope to remind readers of - Robert Ludlum, Dan Simmons, Stephen King, Anne Rice, Isaac Asimov, Nelson DeMille, T. Jefferson Parker, and Tom Clancy.

I live with my exceptional family in Laguna Niguel, California. My wife and I are big fans of fine dining and preparing gourmet meals, and keep fans aware of the best restaurants and vacation spots in the world on my website at stevengjackson.com, where you can also find entertaining writing tidbits.

This book is dedicated to my wife Yann. Without your unconditional love and support, this dream would not have come true.

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