Death by Fire

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Bz Books, 1995 - Fiction - 412 pages
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Cyber-thriller based on what could be tomorrow's headlines!
-- Could a computer virus start World War III?
-- Stylish cyber-thriller which picks up where Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum, Frederick Forsyth, and Michael Crichton leave off.
-- Based on recently declassified Pentagon reports showing how a savvy terrorist could hack into the Pentagon's command and control system and crash our state-of-the-art military just as the U.S. comes under attack.

A scary ride down the information superhighway. Telephone switching networks collapse; spy satellites go off-line, and parallel processors in nuclear subs go haywire while the authorities desperately search for one man whose mission is to begin World War III. Information from declassified reports from the Air Force, Navy, FBI, Brookings Institution, the Rand Corp., the Naval War College, and the Department of Defense were used to develop the book's plot.

"The plot of this book is just crazy enough to compute!" -- Laura Hockaday Kansas City Star

"The perfect 'cyber-thriller'". -- Charles Ferruzza The Sun Newspapers

"...a Clancy-esque tour de force of what readers will demand in all future suspense novels...a must-read for those who enjoy a non-stop, full-tilt 'page turner.' I...eagerly await future efforts". -- Walt Brown, Author People v. Lee Harvey Oswald and JFK Assassination Quizbook

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Contents

FULLTILT EXCITEMENT ONCE YOU READ
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CANT DO THIS BOOK JUSTICE
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A GRIPPING INFLIGHT YARN HIGHLIGHTS
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