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Prophet

Author: J T Morrow
Publisher: Toronto ; New York : PaperJacks, 1988.
Series: Bogie's mystery; PaperJacks mystery
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st ed
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"When his ex-lover is thrust into a world of international espionage and computer tampering, Jason Prophet decides to investigate. He had been asked by his one-time lover, private detective Lynn McColl, for help on a simple case involving computer research. Now Lynn is missing--and Prophet realizes that beneath this 'simple' case lies a deadly world of intrigue, cocaine and murder! As Prophet digs deeper, it becomes  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J T Morrow
ISBN: 0770108938 : 9780770108939
OCLC Number: 18424976
Notes: Cover illustration by the author.
Description: 250 p. ; 18 cm.
Series Title: Bogie's mystery; PaperJacks mystery
Responsibility: J.T. Morrow.

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"When his ex-lover is thrust into a world of international espionage and computer tampering, Jason Prophet decides to investigate. He had been asked by his one-time lover, private detective Lynn McColl, for help on a simple case involving computer research. Now Lynn is missing--and Prophet realizes that beneath this 'simple' case lies a deadly world of intrigue, cocaine and murder! As Prophet digs deeper, it becomes clear that the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco is involved--and that Lynn is in grave danger. Working against the clock, Prophet forges and fumbles his way through false clues and secret computer programs in a desperate attempt to solve the case--and save his ex-girlfriend."--P. [4] of cover.

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