Aug 06

Review: Script Kiddie by Michael F. Stewart

bannerScript_Kiddie_FinalTitle: Script Kiddie

Author: Michael F. Stewart

Publisher: Non Sequitur Press

Genre: Mystery

Format: E Book

Source: Tribute Books

Series: Assured Destruction Book 2

My Rating: 4

Summary: Jan Rose no longer steals data from the old computers she recycles. She doesn’t need to. As the newest member of the police department’s High Tech Crime Unit, the laptop of a murderer has landed on her desk. Her job: to profile and expose a killer.

But that’s not all.

A creep lurks in the shadows, stalking a friend, and Jan must stop him before the hunt turns deadly. The clock counts down for Jan to save her friend, her job, her boyfriend–maybe even her life.

My Review:I received this book for a fair and honest review. I was excited to read this book since I read the first one.

I loved that this book starts off right where the last one ended. Jan is now doing her community service and healing from her injuries from the accident. She is also still a tad bitter towards her moms boyfriend Peter.

Jan’s middle name should be trouble. She finds trouble no matter where she is or what she’s doing.

This book is a quick read and enjoyable. I love that although it talks about computers, and what Janius can do with Shadownet you don’t have to be a computer genius to understand what is going on.

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Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: gina@ginaslibrary.info


  1. Michael F Stewart

    Thank you for the review, Gina! Sorry it took me so long to find it. 🙂

  2. Tribute Books

    That’s what makes Janus so entertaining. Michael has her get into trouble, but he somehow finds a way to get her out of it. Thanks for the review, Gina! 🙂

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