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Dot dead : a Silicon Valley mystery

Author: Keith Raffel
Publisher: Woodbury, Minn. : Midnight Ink, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Dot dead is told in the voice of Ian Michaels, a Silicon Valley wonderkid who works for one of the hottest tech firms on the planet and under one of its brightest lights, a Bill Gates-inspired figure named Paul Berk. Berk is more than a boss or a mentor to Michaels --- he is also his friend. Michaels is doing quite well until he returns home one afternoon and finds a lifeless Gwendolyn Goldberg on his bed. Goldberg  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Mystery fiction
Love stories
Detective and mystery stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Raffel
ISBN: 073870833X 9780738708331
OCLC Number: 64208547
Description: 280 p. ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: Keith Raffel.

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Dot dead is told in the voice of Ian Michaels, a Silicon Valley wonderkid who works for one of the hottest tech firms on the planet and under one of its brightest lights, a Bill Gates-inspired figure named Paul Berk. Berk is more than a boss or a mentor to Michaels --- he is also his friend. Michaels is doing quite well until he returns home one afternoon and finds a lifeless Gwendolyn Goldberg on his bed. Goldberg was Michaels's part-time housekeeper, though he had never met her. More surprises await Michaels. Goldberg's family and ex-boyfriend insist that she spoke often of Michaels, and inferred that they were lovers. This puts Michaels at the top of the suspect list, a position that's solidified when additional evidence is found that seems to confirm that he and Goldberg had a relationship.

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"Raffel, founder of a software company, knows his way around the high tech industry. He has written a well-plotted mystery with enough action and plot twists to keep most readers going."

 
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