Databyte by Cat Connor (byte Series Book 6)


When information becomes misinformation, how much of what you see should you believe?

When information becomes misinformation, the result is mayhem for Supervisory Special Agent Ellie Conway.

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Wanted for a murder she didn’t commit and on the run from the FBI and Metro, Special Agent Ellie Conway has to protect an actor with close ties to Delta A from a serious threat as well as trying to clear her name. Her only hope at returning to her life rests on her innate ability to see the truth.

Unwittingly, whilst staying off the grid, Ellie stumbles upon a syndicate which has alarming connections to her daughter’s death – and which abducts her team, with the intent of killing them, and Ellie.

“Cat Connor’s Databyte, a techno-thriller cum murder mystery, hits the spot and then some. Even if we’d never heard of the NSA, Eric Snowden, and Julian Assange, this book would be worth the price of admission just to eavesdrop on the internal dialogue of Supervisory Special Agent Ellie Conway.”
–Reed Farrel Coleman, three-time Shamus Award-winning author of The Hollow Girl


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1 review for Databyte by Cat Connor (byte Series Book 6)

  1. Craig Sisterson

    Cat Connor sure packs her Ellie Conway series full of high-octane action and sinister threats. Connor has put her heroine, a tech-savvy FBI Special Agent who doesn’t mind also getting her hands dirty (in the active sense, not the corrupt one), through the physical and emotional wringer over the course of many books, beginning with KILLERBYTE back in 2009.

    DATABYTE is another solid instalment in a very readable series that would suit fans of airport thriller excitement more than those wanting psychological thrills or deep character studies. Conway is a kick-ass heroine, a strong leader of her loyal team, passionate and driven despite her past traumas.

    Connor’s books are fun reads – the author has an exciting, visual style of storytelling, and nicely mixes some darkness, humour and character relationships into her storylines. There is very little let-up in the pacing, catnip for those that love James Patterson, Jeffrey Deaver, and the like.

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