Author Denver Acey Pens New Novel Concerning Cybercrime, Based on Real-Life Scenarios

Author Denver Acey Pens New Novel Concerning Cybercrime, Based on Real-Life ScenariosUtah-based author and information technology industry professional Denver Acey has released a new novel, "The Quantum Breach," that dispels hacking myths while highlighting the tenacity of cybercriminals.

With his unique background, which includes working for the US government and securing networks for Fortune 500 companies, Acey uses actual computer hacking concepts and scenarios that he's experience firsthand to construct the tale of Tanner Zane, a former cybercriminal turned upstanding Mormon.

When kidnappers force Zane to breach a top-security government facility, he engages his captors in an intense game of intellectual cat and mouse. What follows will change the way you reveal information online.

The Library Journal calls "The Quantum Breach" an "...authentic portrait of the cybercrime world [that] will ring true with fans of technothrillers and readers of Dale Brown."

"...the story moves at breakneck pace to a suspenseful and surprising conclusion," wrote Publishers Weekly of "The Quantum Breach." "Sharply drawn characters and relentless action make for an exciting, engrossing read. Several loose ends and unresolved plot elements promise more entries into this series. That's very good news."

"The Quantum Breach," a Mormon Hacker novel, is available in bookstores and from online retailers.

About the Author:

Denver Acey has spent his entire professional career in the information technology industry where he has witnessed and even thwarted actual cybercrime. From his top-secret job working for the US government to securing computer networks at Fortune 500 companies, Acey is personally familiar with hackers and their unscrupulous activities. Because of his unique background, Acey decided to write a book that uses real-life scenarios that he's encountered professionally, while showing how vulnerable we all are to cybercrime.