Hacker

Disaster! Vicky’s father has been arrested, accused of stealing over a million pounds from the bank where he works. She is determined to prove his innocence. But how? There’s only one way – to break into the bank’s computer files. Hacking is about the only thing that Vicky knows she’s good at. But even if she’s the best hacker in the world, will she be able to find the real thief before trouble finds her? This page-turning techno-thriller is full of twists and turns!

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  • Vicky is sure that her father is not guilty of stealing £1 million from the bank he works for. but who else would do this. when she meets somebody who may be guilty at the airport as they are bording to rio they find more than some sterling silver in the earrings the person is wearing…

    9 March 2014

  • Simplistic and clever- a true classic. I would recommend this book to any reader of any age; this book will still intrigue and excite you, regardless of your age.

    8 March 2014

  • coool

    5 March 2014

  • My absolute favourite book! Plot twists, suprising ending, Hacker has it all. Malorie is a favourite author of mine, and if you enjoyed this I suggest you read some of her other tales.

    4 March 2014

  • Looks good, love computers so should me a good one for me. This would be my first Malorie Blackman book if I read it, which means my profile might need updating…

    19 February 2014

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    Malorie Blackman

    The former Children’s Laureate is the awardwinning author of over 50 books, including the bestselling Noughts and Crosses sequence.

    Awards

    Malorie Blackman’s many awards include the Red House and Sheffield Children’s Book Prizes for Noughts and Crosses. In 2005 she was awarded the Elearnor Farjeon prize for services to children’s literature; an OBE followed in 2008 and from 2013-15 she was the Children’s Laureate.

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