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The murder of Krista Carmichael’s 14-year-old sister by an online predator has shaken her faith and made her question God’s justice and protection. Desperate to find the killer, she creates an online persona to bait the predator. But when the stalker turns his sights on her, will Krista be able to control the outcome?

Ryan Adkins started the social network GrapeVyne in his college dorm and has grown it into a billion-dollar corporation. But he never expected it to become a stalking ground for online predators. One of them lives in his town and has killed two girls and attacked a third. When Ryan meets Krista, the murders become more than a news story to him, and everything is on the line.

Joining forces, he and Krista set out to stop the killer. But when hunters pursue a hunter, the tables can easily turn. Only God can protect them now.

©2010 Terri Blackstock (P)2010 Zondervan

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A must read for today's tech savy generation.

How much info is out there about you? Is someone watching you becasue you gave them all the information they need to find you? A young 14 year old girl is killed when all the killer needs to do is read her social network page and find out all he needs to know.
Her sister is determined to stop the computer company from allowing all personal information to be available to just anyone.
Whose responsibility is it... the company, or the ones using the network? You decide.

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Too Over the Top

I pray and go to church every Sunday. I would have liked a little more warning of the nature of this book, however. I guess I like my serial killers and religion, like church and state, separated.

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