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Terminal Games: A Cyberthriller

by Cole Perriman

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In an exclusive, expensive, and often bizarre branch of cyberspace, anonymous people live out their anonymous fantasies. But when Insomnimania members begin dying, hi-tech fantasy morphs into real-life nightmare. Searching for a killer, Marianne Hedison explores dark recesses of technology and shadowy depths of her own imagination. But she soon becomes a suspect in a homicide investigation as a tenacious detective struggles to find the reality behind a murderous virtual clown called Auggie. Details, author comments, other editions: http://www.playsonideas.com/02booksTG...
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