Jerry Barkley is a seasoned independent IT contractor in St. Paul, Minnesota and he’s used to business owners ignoring and ridiculing his advice. But when he becomes one of forty million credit card fraud victims in the Bullseye Stores data breach incident, he gets mad. And when Jerry and bank fraud analyst, Jesse Jonsen, team up, he gets even. The crooks will soon find out the hard way they picked the wrong victim.
If you’re mystified and bothered that somebody on the other side of the planet can steal your identity with a few mouse clicks, you came to the right place. I’m Greg Scott, an IT professional who decided to do something about it by writing a new novel, Bullseye Breach.
Bullseye Breach is an international thriller with action from Russia to the heartland of the United States and around the world. You’ll come away entertained and armed with knowledge about how bad guys operate on the Internet.
Don’t just take my word for it. Here is a five minute TV news interview from Twin Cities KARE-11 from early June, 2015. Believe me, I don’t put on a suit very often.
Explore the book for yourself as my guest. I invite you to look at the menus across the top of every page in this website — or if you’re on a cell phone, click the little menu box on the top right. You’ll find a couple sample chapters, a few extra scenes, bad guys, victims, good guys, some author info, and a bunch of visuals.
To navigate back to this landing page, there’s a teeny tiny menu at the footer of every page with a link back here. It might not show up on cell phones. And here is a link to the Bullseye Breach Goodreads page.
If you like what you see, just go to the buy page where you’ll find a few choices for buying your own copy. And if you buy the book and like what you read, please consider posting a glowing review on Amazon and elsewhere.
And finally, I’m obligated to give you this warning. Buy the book today, but wait until a Friday to start reading because once you start, you won’t be able to put it down. That gives you the whole weekend to recover from the jet-lag after reading all night.
Don’t know if you remember me but I met you on a plane flying to Boston. I have a similar hairline!
Anyway, I bought a book from you and just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed it. My wife’s reading it next.
Thanks George. Yes, I do remember. I’m glad you enjoyed it. (Edited a few days later to fix a typo. That’s what happens when I try to type on a cell phone with teeny tiny keys….- Greg)