Trojan Horse - Mark Russinovich, Kevin D. Mitnick As a technical manual excellent (this is my professional area). As a work of fiction, well... No believable characters whatsoever. The plot does get more and more ludicrous as the story lurches from one manufactured crisis to the other.

I don't really care how close it follows the Stuxnet worm Modus Operandi. A fiction book has got to follow up the rules of good fiction.

A really good non-fiction book on this: "Confront and Conceal: Obama’s Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power" by David Sanger.