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Pocket Pulse, 2001 - Fiction - 309 pages
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Even if it takes an eternity, he will make amends... 'Net Stalker When 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 a face." 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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When Cordelia suggests setting up a website for the detective agency, Angel is a little hesitant. Soon afterwards the police discover a trail of desiccated corpses around the city. The one link is their habit of online chatting. Angel must stop a techno-savvy demon before its too late. Read full review


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About the author (2001)

John Passarella lives in Swedesboro, New Jersey, with his wife and two sons, Matthew and Luke. His co-authored first novel, Wither, won the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel of 1999 and will soon be a feature film from Columbia Pictures.

Already an avid fan of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series, John decided the time had come to write his own Buffy novel after the San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle remarked, "[Wither] hits the groove that makes TV's Buffy the Vampire Slayer such a kick." The result was John's second novel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Ghoul Trouble. Angel: Avatar is his third.

John developed a whole new appreciation for Web site design when he took on the task of revamping (no pun intended) the Horror Writers Association Web site at www.horror.org. Please visit John at www.passarella.com or e-mail him at jack@passarella.com.

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