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Denial of Service: A Miss-Information Technology Mystery

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Most definitely not a private investigator, detective, beat cop, sidekick or girlfriend of any of the above, Emma Jones nonetheless has an alarming penchant for close encounters of the corpse kind. This time, she finds peace activist Laguna Butterfield pierced with a protest placard - three days after Emma's landlady Magda threatened to kill her. Whether she is ...more
Paperback, 266 pages
Published October 26th 2012 by Createspace
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Terri
Jun 10, 2013 Terri rated it it was amazing
Found this book on the new shelves at the library. Had never heard of the series ("Miss Information technology") or the author.

Emma has a job where she and her team transfer data from one system to another as part of buyouts or acquisitions. Fascinating idea of a job with lots of craziness bound to happen and ill-feelings everywhere. But it isn't at her job, that she found a body (well, this time anyway...), it is in her apartment building. Her neighbor Laguna has been murdered with her own prot
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