Bruce McCabe was born in 1969 and lived in Kenya, Fiji and Japan before settling in Australia. He graduated in science from the University of Sydney and worked for a variety of tech firms before making his name as an expert on human factors in technology adoption and innovation. He has authored more than three hundred essays, speculative pieces and magazine & journal articles, holds a PhD in computer science, and for several years wrote a provocative weekly column for The Australian, the country's only national broadsheet newspaper. He travels widely, writes constantly, and lives in Sydney with his wife, two children and a Staffordshire bull terrier named Suzi. Skinjob is his first novel.
Yes, I'm reading a crime fiction / science fiction cross genre novel. It happens.
From the Blurb:
SOCIETY IS DIVIDED. Silicon Valley has taken virtual sex to the extreme, encouraging men to act out their darkest and most violent sexual fantasies. Militant feminists and churches are bitterly opposed. Powerful corporations battle for market control. In the midst of a fierce protest campaign, a bomb goes off in San Francisco.