Stalking Moon

Stalking Moon

Book - 2002
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After being captured by federal agents, ace hacker fugitive Laura Winslow agrees to aid the government in its attempts to uncover a massive criminal conspiracy in which human lives have become a commodity, only to discover that she has become the next target, unless she can first uncover the truth about the plot. Original.

HARPERCOLL

Death in the Borderlands

Laura Winslow is hiding from the world in the Arizona desert -- escaping the violence of her past through false names and untraceable Internet phone technology. But by straying too close to Mexico at the same time as a large-scale illegal border crossing is taking place, the part-Hopi hacker-investigator has fallen into the hands of federal agents. And now she faces exposure and arrest unless she agrees to aid the government in its attempts to uncover the truth about a massive criminal conspiracy -- a nightmarish smuggling operation trafficking in the most precious of commodities: human lives. But innocent women have already died in Arizona and Mexico. And unless Laura can uncover the truth behind chat room lies and deceptions, her blood may be the next to stain the Sonoran desert red.



Publisher: New York, New York : HarperCollins, 2002
ISBN: 9780380819706
0380819708
Characteristics: 295 ; cm

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