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Fatal Encryption.

Fatal Encryption

Debra Purdy Kong

Gypsy Moon Press

3313 Henry Street, Port Moody, B.C., Canada, V3H 2K4

9780969921110, $19.95, www.debrapurdykong.com

Held hostage for ten million dollars--only Alex Bellamy can save the company from giving into the demands and going bankrupt. "Fatal Encryption" is the story of a sudden murder and its strange link to McKinley's department store in which Alex agreed to assist, believing that the murder and the ransom plot against the store's computer information are connected somehow. He must find the connection, the killer, and the extortionist or face unemployment, among other unpleasantness. A riveting mystery, "Fatal Encryption" is highly recommended for community library mystery collections.
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Date:Jul 1, 2008
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