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by John McNeil

eBook The Consultant download ISBN: 0450056759
Author: John McNeil
Publisher: New English Library; New Ed edition (1976)
Language: English
Pages: 298
ePub: 1694 kb
Fb2: 1134 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Mystery

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Also saw the tv adaptation in the UK (a series) which was very faithful to the book itself. A great little yarn about a top-level computer consulant who is hired by a big bank to run an audit and verify that all is okay. A great little yarn about a top-level computer consulant who is hired by a big bank to run an audit and verify that all is okay however, I won't divulge any spoilers. Well-written and with lots of tension at times, this is a fun read and a great little piece of fiction.

John McNeil (February 14, 1813 – June 8, 1891) was a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He was most noted for his role in the Palmyra Massacre and other acts of alleged brutality. He was most noted for his role in the Palmyra Massacre and other acts of alleged brutality, as well as his participation in the Battle of Westport, the largest battle west of the Mississippi River. McNeil was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, to parents descended from Tories who had fled the American Revolution.

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Comments: (2)
Minnai
Bought this when it first came out years ago. Also saw the tv adaptation in the UK (a series) which was very faithful to the book itself.

A great little yarn about a top-level computer consulant who is hired by a big bank to run an audit and verify that all is okay. Needless to say that's not the end of it... however, I won't divulge any spoilers.

Well-written and with lots of tension at times, this is a fun read and a great little piece of fiction. Compelling characters too. The story may be a little dated today (the consultant uses dial-up on a time-share system) but otherwise all is very plausible IMO.
Kahavor
The Consultant by John McNeil is a London based story of computer fraud against a large bank. The state of technology is that of the 1970s, the time in which the novel was written.
All in all, this is a pretty mediocre effort. The main character is a grade A louse and the other characters are only poorly fleshed out. Though there is some old fashioned breaking and entering, most of the plot revolves around the details of now obsolete computer technology and, therefore, makes for reading that is largely noncompelling.
A mediocre novel that flunks the test of time. Not recommended.