By Deon Meyer
"I'll shoot one policeman each day, till you arrest the assassin of Hanneke Sloet," says the email to the South African Police companies. after which the sniper turns danger into reality.
Bennie Griessel has to reopen the Sloet file. The case is forty days outdated, the path has long past chilly. No purpose, no leads, only a set of nude photos, a truly complex enterprise transaction, and colossal strain from the brass, the media, and the relentless, unfathomable sniper. and during all of it, Griessel has to maintain his love curiosity, the alcoholic, former making a song sensation Alexa Barnard, sober for her comeback live performance, do something about his daughter's neanderthal boyfriend, his son's shenanigans, and his new partner's idiosyncrasies--and attempt to tame his personal all-consuming lust for the soothing powers of the bottle. Seven days of hell.
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The Australian Crimes Act was amended in 1989 to include Offenses Relating to Computers (Section 76) and the Australian states enacted similar laws at around the same time. In Britain, the Computer Abuse Act was passed in 1990 to criminalize computer intrusions specifically as discussed in Chapter 3. In the 1990s, the commercialization of the Internet and the development of the World Wide Web (WWW) popularized the Internet, making it accessible to millions. Crime on the global network diversified and the focus expanded beyond computer intrusions.