Terminal Games: A Cyberthriller

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Random House Publishing Group, Jul 1, 1995 - Fiction - 560 pages
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It's called Insomnimania--a late night computer recreational network where subscribers log on to live out their wildest fantasies--gambling, sex, even murder. When three Insomnimania users are found murdered, a smart, savvy female investigator enters into a deadly on-line liaison with a twisted killer more powerful than she or the police can imagine.

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TERMINAL GAMES

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A wonderful effort by husband-and-wife team Wim Coleman and Pat Perrin (The Jamais Vu Papers, 1991) that reads like Alice in Wonderland in virtual-reality hell. ``Alice'' is Marianne Hedison, interior ... Read full review

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