Pocket Books, 1989 - 253 pages
The peace of Santo Christo, a sleepy New Mexican town, was shattered by the brutal murder of Charlie Harrington. Young, wealthy, a genius with computers, Charlie had hurt a lot of people and made a lot of enemies. In fact, Lt. Johnny Oritz has a big problem: too many suspects.
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