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Leonard Land, a computer genius and a multi-personality maniac, is systematically murdering women. Wired to the cyberpunk subculture of Death Metal and Satan worship, he shifts personalities from The Rat - smart and cunning - to The Wind Minstrel - God and the Devil. Renegade U.S. Customs Service agent John Lockwood teams up with Chicano master hacker Malavida Chacone and stunning forensic criminologist Karen "Awesome" Dawson to track the deranged genius. The trail leads them deep into the Florida swamps, and when Land discovers that they have infiltrated his computer programs, the hunters become the hunted.
©1996 by Stephen J. Cannell (P)1996 by Dove Audio, Inc.

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Stunning

Clever, horrifying and touching, Stephen Cannell elicits a rollercoaster of emotion in this outstanding book. The narration is excellent and maintains the pace throughout. This was one book I could not put down - finally turned off my iPod at 3.30 am in order to get some sleep. For anyone who enjoys the mystery/thriller genre this is a must!

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Good read

Would you listen to Final Victim again? Why?

Good story, great performance.

What about Stephen J. Cannell’s performance did you like?

I usually shy away from books read by the author. They may be great writers, but they are usually lousy readers. Cannell is the exception. He can write AND he breathes life into his writing when he reads.

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