The Trojan Dog

[PDF] ✎ The Trojan Dog  ⚡ Dorothy Johnston – Johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 268 pages
  • The Trojan Dog
  • Dorothy Johnston
  • English
  • 19 February 2017
  • 1862544867

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The Trojan Dog When A Powerful But Unpopular Bureaucrat Is Accused Of Theft And Computer Fraud, Sandra Is Convinced The Charge Is False While Trying To Track Down The Real Culprit She Becomes Caught In A Tale Of Crime, Loyalty And Betrayal, Against The Backdrop Of A Country On The Cusp Of Political Change.

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10 thoughts on “The Trojan Dog

  1. Darlene Cruz says:

    You want to read about computer viruses, techies, stolen money and distrust, talk in metaphors, ooh Australian slang then this book is for you Sandra with her new job and a son who can t read well and a husband whose job takes him away from them and a new job that keeps her on her toes with all the above things I mentioned I was waiting for the ...

  2. Daphne says:

    This book s biggest crime for me was the lousy portrayal of computer viruses No, they do not cause the words on your screen to fall down to the bottom No, they do not actually show you pictures of worms It just isn t plausible.The second biggest crime was not giving me anyone to root for The narrator is trying to defend this one woman named Rae Everyone dislikes Rae and the narrator isn t even that fond of her Sure she reminds the narrator of her dead mother but the narrator didn t real This book s biggest crime for me was the lousy portra...

  3. Katharina Gerlach says:

    This is an extremely well written book with lovely language The author has a good grasp on descriptions that create pictures in my mind I loved to see Australia through they eyes of an Aussie, although I struggled with the concept of it being warmer in the North and summer being in December The characters were mostly believable and well rounded with the exception of the main character I found her strangely lacking in emotion which was especially jarring since she was the narrator of the stor This is an extremely well written book with lovely language The author has a good grasp on descriptions that create pictures in my mind I loved to see Australia through they eyes of an Aussie, although I struggled with the concept of it being warmer in the North and summer being in December The characters were mostly believable and well rounded with the exception of the main character I found her strangely lacking in emotion which was e...

  4. Sammy says:

    Uh, yeah really didn t like this book She didn t really stick to detail and attention with characters because near the end of the book the characters began acting very much out of character I was confused half the time with all the computer talk and political talk mix that in with a poor investigator that keeps messing up and the death of my uncle, I could just not focus on this book That s why it took me so long to read it.I m not going to talk a lot about this book, cause yeah, I don Uh, yeah really didn t like this book She didn t really stick to detail and attention with characters because near the end of the book the characters began acting very much out of character I was confused half the time with all the computer talk and political talk mix that in with a poor investigator ...

  5. Bookvetter 4 says:

    Newly hired Sandra Mahoney s boss, Rae Evans, head of service industries branch of Industrial Relations, admits to donating a payment to Access Computing She thought the company deserved the donation The check is paid to Angela Carlishaw, Director of Access Computing An unknown woman who on sabbatical in Scotland and unreachable Who is this unknown person that has not surfaced The payment was sent to her compan...

  6. Bookvetter 6 says:

    While the author is a skillful writer with a strong command of language who is adept at creating rich imagery, being able to visualize the setting and maintain a strong sense of place do not compensate for poor character development or disappointing technological detail I never achieved any emotional involvement or empathy for the protagonist who I saw as trashy, impulsive and immoral I have no interest whatsoever in reading anything further about Sandra Mahoney The strange title, mysterious While the author is a skillful writer with a strong command of language who is adept at creating rich imagery, be...

  7. Bookvetter 1 says:

    The Trojan Dog is primarily a literary novel on the subject of cyber crime rather than a crime novel The prose is lyrical and peppered with beautiful descriptions, such as swirls of fog sat on the hard ground like a congregation of bad tempered ghosts However, if you want a fast paced thriller, this won t be the book for you All the elements of the genre are there, a host of suspects, love interest, and a disbelieving detective I didn t mind the slower pace, but I felt there was far too mu The Trojan Dog is primarily a literary novel on the subject of cyber crime rather than a crime novel The prose is lyrical and peppered with beautiful descriptions, such as swirls of fog sat on the hard ground like a congregation of bad tempered ghosts However, if you want a fast paced thriller, this won t be the book for ...

  8. Joanie Chevalier says:

    The main character in The Trojan Dog, Sandy, isn t a super hero, didn t really know much about cyber crimes, but was totally human She had flaws for sure she wasn t the best mother and her marriage was in shambles She wasn t confident with her job skills but was obviously good at it Her boss, Rae Evans was facing trial for computer theft and fraud Sandra and Ivan, co worker tu...

  9. Bookvetter 2 says:

    This is an extremely well written book with lovely language The author has a good grasp on descriptions that create pictures in my mind I loved to see Australia through they eyes of an Aussie, although I struggled with the concept of it being warmer in the North and summer being in December The characters were mostly believable and well rounded with the exception of the main character I found h...

  10. Bookvetter 5 says:

    The characters in The Trojan Horse are quirky, likeable at least most of them , and well developed The book has a dry, subtle humor that underlines most of the dialogue As a psychological novel, the book is acceptable.As a mystery, however, I would not recommen...