Black Collar is a murder-revenge thriller about the end of net neutrality. The second edition was published in July 2014.

The internet was the people’s great equalizer. That’s why the American aristocracy had to take it away.

MIT graduates Hart Galliston and Rockle Farnsworth are two weeks away from unveiling their revolutionary display technology when a deadly chance encounter pits them against Senator Martin Lancaster. Hart and Rockle seek vengeance by pursuing one of Martin’s daughters, the infamous heiress Brielle Lancaster. However, all is not what it seems with Brielle. Soon she and her two siblings join Hart and Rockle on a quest far more dangerous than revenge. Hart and his friends are uncommon rebels: a computer engineer, a programmer, a socialite, a cable news anchor, and a street artist.

I wrote Black Collar to show the essential roles that an open internet and independent media play in a functioning democracy. Thank you for your support as I finish writing and editing the Uncommon Rebels Trilogy. You may contact me using the form on this website or via the various social media links on the sidebar.

With gratitude,

Daniel Sullivan