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The Mocking Program by Alan Dean Foster
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The Mocking Program (2002)

by Alan Dean Foster

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Inspector Angel Cardenas has seen murdered corpses like George Anderson's, but never a case like this. The victim's ID doesn't match his DNA, Anderson's wife and preteen daughter, Katla, are missing, their home has been turned into a time bomb-and mobs from three continents are all hunting Katla. Relying on his training as a nearly telepathic intuit, Cardenas embarks on a search for clues that leads him from the Strip's sex parlors and stimstick clubs, where kids are deadly and music can kill, to an undersea hideout where computer crimes are committed by criminal computers. Yet the closer Cardenas gets to the girl, the closer assassins are getting to them both...

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The bestselling author of 'The Spellsinger' and the 'Flinx' series delivers a suspenseful high-tech police procedural set in a gritty, near-future Los Angeles.

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