Kill Process

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Angie exploits her database access at Tomo, the world's largest social network, to profile and kill domestic abusers. When Tomo introduces a deceptive new product, Angie realizes the company itself is just another evil abuser. To destroy Tomo, she must build a new social network that's distributed and unstoppable. But how can she succeed when the world’s largest company is out to crush her? More

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About William Hertling

William E. Hertling is a digital native who grew up on the online chat and bulletin board systems of the mid 1980s, giving him twenty-five years experience participating in and creating online culture. A science fiction writer and digital strategist, he lives in Portland, Oregon.

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Review by: Morgan Stone on Jan. 26, 2017 :
Kill Process by William Hertling - what a treat! I've read Hertling's 4 "Singularity Series" novels and seen this writer develop. Although, Avogadro Corp (the first of the singularity series) was astonishingly fresh(smart, original, disturbing) and well written - for an new indie writer, Kill Process is well worth waiting for. Yeah, I'm gushing... I loved this novel! I'm also kind of blown away with how skillfully Hertling wrote in first-person, from a woman's point of view. The accuracy of the psychological ramifications of domestic abuse-violence are downright chilling. It's a risky subject to take on, especially in a novel, but Hurtling managed to use it to the story's advantage, and to shed some much needed light on it - thanks for that! Descriptions of computer hacking are deliciously geeky, yet accessible: no talking-down to the reader. Hertling shows us, hackers are people too. All-in-all, Kill Process is a top-notch novel, rivaling anything I've seen lately from the publishing houses.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

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