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Buzzworm: Is he a serial killer or a computer virus?

by Russ Smith

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Excellent mystery/thriller. Nicely developed characters and tight plot. Hard to put this one down and I look forward to the next book by Theo Cage. ( )
  JaiW | Mar 22, 2014 |
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Mary Ellen joined the CIA when she was 23, dreaming of a life of glory and intrigue. Instead she got the graveyard shift, buried in the bowels of Langley sorting through an endless stream of surveillance photos and blurry satellite images. Then late one evening, another dinner date canceled, she discovers an awful truth. The CIA, the United States, likely the entire globe, is about to be brought to its knees by the greatest threat of the modern world; a computer super-virus called Buzzworm.

For the first time in Mary Ellen's career, she sees her chance to finally make a difference, maybe even save the world, except no one at the CIA will listen to her.

The agency then decides to hire an eccentric hacker to find the source of the virus. Within days he becomes a prime murder suspect when his attempt to remove the mysterious program causes the deaths of several key employees.

Gregory Hyde, Washington DC’s oldest and most infamous homicide detective is brought in to solve the case. He finds himself reluctantly on the trail of both the hacker and Mary Ellen who have teamed up to track down the lair of Buzzworm in the wilds of Virginia.

Is Buzzworm a computer virus or a serial killer? You won't find out until the last explosive chapters.
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