Click Here for Murder

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Berkley Prime Crime, 2003 - Fiction - 295 pages
25 Reviews
Turing Hopper is an Artificial Intelligence Personality with a mind like Miss Marple and hardware that hides a suspiciously human heart.
Of course, it's hard to do legwork without legs, so when her human colleague Ray is murdered, she'll have to think fast-and rely on the help of her friends. But when the almost-sentient mainframe-sleuth recognizes an enemy within the walls of her lab, she realizes that whatever was after Ray might well have her on its hit list, too...

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Review: Click Here For Murder (Turing Hopper #2)

User Review  - Mark Baker - Goodreads

When the chief programmer at her new company is murdered, AIP Turing Hopper once again enlists her human friends to track a killer. Have an artificial intelligence personality as the main character once again proves a brilliant move as this is another page turner. Click here for my full review. Read full review

Review: Click Here For Murder (Turing Hopper #2)

User Review  - Cara Noyes - Goodreads

I read the books out of order, but I enjoyed this one. It was cool to see how T2 was created and tried to come home. Also it was sad to see her fall into the hands of Nestor Garcia. (Cool alias!) Ray ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Donna Andrews introduced Turing Hopper in You've Got Murder. She also writes an award-winning birder's mystery series.

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