The Blue Nowhere

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    Registered User NinetyFourGirl's Avatar
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    Thumbs up The Blue Nowhere

    I just finished reading The Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver and if you're into computer novels at all, I'd recommend this one. It was quite a fun read and the ending was a bit of a surprise too. It's about a serial killer who finds his victims by hacking into their computers and "social engineering" them. Deaver writes the Lincoln Rhyme novels as well. They're pretty good too.

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    tell me i'm not the only one that was thinkin' BSOD when they read the title?

    and about that, yeah sci fi and technologically related societal / reality principle questioning novels are always fun... they keep your mind off the world of becoming...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    I was expecting this thread to be about the BSOD too. I'm sure I've got a book by that dude around somewhere...

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