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Fatal Encryption by Debra Purdy Kong
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Dec 22, 08

Read in December, 2008

A good mystery novel

Fatal Encryption takes an average guy, Alex Bellamy, and plunks him into a cat-and-mouse game of computer crime and ‘murder most foul’. The author, Debra Purdy Kong, is a talented writer with a gift for creating detailed plots and settings. Her main character Alex Bellamy is a thoroughly likable and relatable guy, and was my favorite part of the book. His internal dialogue is very funny and he jumps off the page as a ‘real’ character, he is someone the reader identifies with and easily roots for. Fatal Encryption is a very good mystery that will keep you guessing the whole way…

Rai Aren, co-author of Secret of the Sands

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