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Simon and Schuster, Apr 7, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
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Even if it takes an eternity, he will make amends...'Net StalkerWhen Angel arrived in Los Angeles, he assumed he'd find enough evil to keep himself busy for, well...eternity. Up until now, he's had his hands full in real time. So when Cordelia suggests starting up a Web site for their detective agency, he's hesitant. As Doyle puts it, "People in trouble want to interface with aface."Soon, though, the police discover a trail of desiccated corpses stretching across the city. The only thing that binds these victims (other than their cause of death) is their pastime pursuit: online chatting. One by one, they are being hunted by a techno-savvy demon. And when this monster has claimed his final victim, he will have completed a ritual that extends the arm of his evil far beyond the reaches of even the Internet...
 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
1
ONE
15
TWO
38
THREE
52
FOUR
70
FIVE
87
SIX
98
SEVEN
118
TWELVE
192
THIRTEEN
205
FOURTEEN
221
FIFTEEN
236
SIXTEEN
250
SEVENTEEN
264
EIGHTEEN
276
NINETEEN
291

EIGHT
132
NINE
145
TEN
157
ELEVEN
176
EPILOGUE
305
About the Author
310
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John Passarella currently resides in Swedesboro, New Jersey, with his wife and three young children. His co-authored first novel, Wither, published under the pseudonym J. G. Passarella, was a Bram Stoker Award-winner and is available from Pocket Books.

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