Delete All Suspects

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Thorndike Press, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 419 pages
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An Agatha Award-winning SeriesTuring Hopper is a computer. And an amateur sleuth. And a good friend to her human colleagues. But she's about to try her cyber-hand at something else entirely - vigilantism. . . . After a hit-and-run leaves Eddie, a young techie, in the hospital, his grandmother hires Turing's PI friend Tim to find out who did it. And what started as a hit-and-run becomes a deadly game of computer-and-mouse . . .Available only in Mystery 4 & 5.

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Review: Delete All Suspects (Turing Hopper #4)

User Review  - Michele - Goodreads

still reading the series. I'm not at all into technology, so I should have zero interest in this series. however. I love her other series. I keep saying I won't read the next book. yeah, just finished the 4th one. I just like the characters, and the techie stuff isn't overwhelming. Read full review

Review: Delete All Suspects (Turing Hopper #4)

User Review  - Cara Noyes - Goodreads

I liked this as much as the first book in the series, mostly because of kick-ass Claudia and the addition of the cat. Imagine a computer AI who is first afraid of the cat then figures how to pet it ... Read full review


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Donna Andrews was born in Yorktown, Virginia. She is the author of two amateur sleuth series: Turing Hopper Mystery series and A Meg Langslow Mystery series. Her first book, Murder with Peacocks (1999), which is part of A Meg Langslow Mystery series, won numerous awards for best first novel including the Lefty award for funniest mystery. You've Got Murder (2002), the first novel in the Turing Hopper Mystery series, won the Agatha Award for best mystery. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and the Private Investigators and Security Association.

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