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The Fellowship of the Hand

by Edward D. Hoch

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This is a cyber wars thriller. We try to save the president from a corrupt election. It is interesting for it's grasp of early computing capability, and cosmology. Mr. Hoch is not an inspiring writer. ( )
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Two computer cops race to protect a presidential election against tampering Radiation leaks in Chicago. Assassination attempts on Venus. Bombings in Washington, DC. Any crime that involves a computer falls under the jurisdiction of New York's Computer Investigation Bureau, and in the far-off days of the mid-twenty-first century, more criminals rely on digital tools than ever before. For Earl Jazine and Carl Crader, technology is not just their beat; it is their best weapon in the war against mayhem. Today, mayhem takes the form of a threat to the nation's electronic voting system. Thousands of ballots have been programmed into the FRIDAY-404 election machine, pledging votes to Jason Blunt and Stanley Ambrose-two men who aren't even running for president. Jazine and Crader have only a few weeks until election day, but they must put an end to this audacious fraud before democracy itself goes up in a puff of pixelated smoke.… (more)

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