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Blue Nowhere | [Jeffery Deaver]

Blue Nowhere

Jeffery Deaver, best-selling author of The Empty Chair and The Bone Collector , now turns to the labyrinthine world of cyberspace - a world where the most powerful can lose their wealth, their minds, their lives with a hacker's touch of a button.
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Jeffery Deaver, best-selling author of The Empty Chair and The Bone Collector , now turns to the labyrinthine world of cyberspace - a world where the most powerful can lose their wealth, their minds, their lives with a hacker's touch of a button.

When a sadistic hacker, code-named Phate, sets his sights on Silicon Valley, his victims never know what hit them. He infiltrates their computers, invades their lives, and lures them to their deaths. To Phate, each murder is like a big, challenging computer hack: every time he succeeds, he must challenge himself anew - by taking his methodology to a higher level, and aiming at bigger targets.

Desperate, the head of The California State Police Computer Crimes Division frees Wyatt Gillette, imprisoned for hacking, to aid the investigation - against the loud protests of the rest of the division. With an obsession emblematic of hackers, Gillette fervently attempts to trace Phate's insidious computer virus back to its source. Then Phate delivers a huge blow, murdering one of the division's own - a "wizard" who had pioneered the internet - and the search takes on a zealous intensity.

Gillette and Detective Frank Bishop - an old-school homicide cop who's accustomed to forensic sleuthing - make an uneasy team. But with a merciless and brilliant killer like Phate in their crosshairs, and his twisted game reaching a fever pitch, they must utilize every ounce of their disparate talents to stop him.

©2001 Jeffery Deaver (P)2012 Simon & Schuster

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"A gripping high-tech page turner." (San Francisco Chronicle)

"A terrific thriller." (USA Today)

"High-tension wired." (People)

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    Tami Port Allegany, PA, United States 09-18-12
    Tami Port Allegany, PA, United States 09-18-12 Member Since 2009

    I discovered the joy of audiobooks several years ago when I got a job which is a 45 min drive one way. It continued to keep me mostly sane.

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    "A Yarn for Old School Computer Geeks"

    Jeffery Deaver write novels that turn your head inside out and keep you guessing. This book is no different. The difference is that this tale takes inside of the world of hackers. It's true that this world is a bit dated, but that makes no less fascinating to newbies or those who remember those days fondly.

    Wyatt Gillette is addicted to computers and the internet. It lands him in prison. But there is a killer out there who speaks the language Gillette speaks and Detective Frank Bishop needs Gillette to find him. The story is fast faced and doesn't let up for a minute. It's a great read, read well by William Dufris. Check it out and enjoy!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Barbara Danbury, CT, United States 12-14-12
    Barbara Danbury, CT, United States 12-14-12 Member Since 2007
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    "good read"

    We take long trips at least once per month, and look forward to our "reads". We hadn't listened to Jeffry Deaver in at least 2 years, and were happy to find another book of his on Audible. We were not disappointed. The trip went by in a flash. Well developed characters, suspenseful and not too dark, although Deaver comes right up to the edge, and several surprises along the way.

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    Regina Seattle, WA, United States 98109 06-24-12
    Regina Seattle, WA, United States 98109 06-24-12 Member Since 2007
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    "Dated but worth a credit"

    I like Jeffery Deaver. On a long trip, he keeps me rolling along, mind engaged. The problem with this story is his thrift. I'll bet he hired a researcher to investigate the world of hackers, and he wanted to get his money's worth. He tells us all he knows, or all he recently learned from notes handed to him, and the information clogs the story.

    2 of 6 people found this review helpful
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