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Come and Find Me

Morrow. Apr. 2011. c.288p. ISBN 9780061857522. $24.99. F
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After the traumatic death of her husband, Diana becomes a hermit, existing solely in an online virtual world called OtherWorld. As her alter ego Nadia, Diana, a former computer hacker, runs an Internet security firm with her husband's best friend. Her sister, Ashley, is her only link to the outside world; when Ashley disappears, Diana must step outside her triple-locked and alarmed door for the first time in almost two years. Relying on her online contacts, Xanax, and courage, Diana sets out to find her sister. In a sometimes implausible and rapid plot, Ephron (Never Tell a Lie) details a fascinating online world full of hackers, computer codes, avatars, and complex deception. Ephron's characters are compelling and the narrative swift and flowing.
VERDICT This quick read will satisfy fans of James Patterson, Iris Johansen, Mary Higgins Clark, and other authors of light suspense.

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