Click Here for Murder

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Berkley Prime Crime, 2003 - Fiction - 295 pages
6 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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User Review  - bgknighton - LibraryThing

Just re-read. Nice set up for the next book. Spend a lot of time in Turning's head, though. We still don't know who Ray was. Very frustrating. Turing II is going to make a very difficult adversary. Read full review

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User Review  - madamejeanie - LibraryThing

Turing Hopper isn't your average, run-of-the-mill, amateur detective. She is an AIP (Artificial Intelligence Personality) created along with several others to serve as an interface for users of the ... Read full review

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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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