Book Reviews of Hacker (Deb Ralston, Bk 8)

Hacker (Deb Ralston, Bk 8)
Hacker - Deb Ralston, Bk 8
Author: Lee Martin
ISBN-13: 9780373261352
ISBN-10: 0373261357
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 250
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Library
Book Type: Paperback
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I love this series. Deb Ralston, Ft. Worth police detective is so believable, with kids, laundry and all the other things working women have to deal with.
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From back of book:

Hovering perilously near burnout with the demands of police duty and family life -- specifically toddler, husband, teenager and a friend comatose from a hit-and-run -- Fort Worth detective Deb Ralston now adds grisly ax murder to her twenty-five-hour days.

A man and his computer are hacked to pieces. Eric Huffman had no enemies, no reason to be so violently murdered. Neither did restaurant owner Helen Thorne, but a day later both she and her computer are victims of the same horrible crime. The evidence is thin, but disturbing...since the pattern seems poised to repeat itself in Deb's own household.
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great installment of the Deb Ralston series.
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One of the best in the series. A finely tuned mystery.