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Brighton Publishing releases “The Zeus Payload” by novelist Steven G. Jackson
In a gritty, high-tech tale of technology and terror, author Steven G. Jackson delivers the perfect geo-political blend of covert ops and conspiracies.
It is currently available from multiple eBook vendors, with the print version scheduled for release in late summer 2015. Both formats will be available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading retailers nationwide. The print version will be distributed through Ingram, the world’s largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to being available worldwide through the Xerox Espresso Book Machine network.
Synopsis: Nick King is a computer programmer and the lead technologist at his grandfather’
When Nick is approached by CIA agents to complete his work on a cyberweapon that can infiltrate any computer system without being detected, he does so with the understanding that the technology will be used to protect the United States from future cyber-attacks. While completing the computer worm, King uncovers evidence of espionage and conspiracy within the CIA, with a trail that leads back to the Nazi Party. King, not knowing who to trust, and realizing the unstoppable power his product would bring to whomever controls it, commits treason, and removes the worm from the classified facility.
As the consequences of his creation are revealed to Nick, he goes on the run with Dean and a NSA agent, Tanya Rose, who originally accused Nick of being involved with the terrorist organization that killed her brother in Benghazi.
Saleh has been orchestrating the cyberweapon’
As if there are any right hands.
“With this spine-chilling techno-thriller of political/CIA intrigue, Jackson is securing his place among the top- ranking suspense writers in his genre. Add the name Steven G. Jackson to the ranks of Tom Clancy and Michael Crichton.” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “Jackson spins an irresistible mix of technology and terror.”
Award-winning novelist Steven G. Jackson holds a Master’s Degree in Professional Writing from USC, and lives with his family and his yellow lab “Bear” in Southern California. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Southern California Writers Association.
Katherine J. McGuire