Published Feb 28, 2012
Trade paperback, 304 pages
Diana is a reformed hacker who hasn't left her house since her boyfriend, Daniel, died fifteen months ago in a horrific mountain climbing accident. She suffers from panic attacks and is only now making efforts to step out of her door from time to time. Along with her partner Jake, who was also Daniel's best friend, she runs an Internet security company from home. She meets her clients in OtherWorld, an online virtual reality platform where she lives as her avatar, Nadia. This whole concept of the story was so cool. It really made me see how people use dual identities and it exposed the dark side to cyberspace.
Note: This book is rated P = profanity for religious expletives and some crude language.
I will count this book toward the following challenges: Mystery and Suspense Reading Challenge
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An award-winning mystery reviewer, Hallie Ephron is the author of Never Tell a Lie (a Mary Higgins Clark Award finalist that was also made into the Lifetime Movie Network film And Baby Will Fall) and the Edgar- and Anthony Award-nominated Writing and Selling Your Mystery. Ephron lives near Boston.
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Reviewed by Laura
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