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The Hanged Man’s Song – John Sandford

A super-hacker friend of Kidd’s named Bobby suddenly disappears from cyberspace, and Kidd – artist, computer whiz and professional criminal – knows that isn’t a good sign. Going over to his house, he finds Bobby dead on the floor, his head bashed in and his laptop missing – and Kidd knows that really isn’t a good sign. The secrets on that laptop are potent enough to hang Kidd and everybody else in Bobby’s circle – just to start with. But before Kidd and his partner ………

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The Hanged Man’s Song – John Sandford

 

A super-hacker friend of Kidd’s named Bobby suddenly disappears from cyberspace, and Kidd – artist, computer whiz and professional criminal – knows that isn’t a good sign. Going over to his house, he finds Bobby dead on the floor, his head bashed in and his laptop missing – and Kidd knows that really isn’t a good sign. The secrets on that laptop are potent enough to hang Kidd and everybody else in Bobby’s circle – just to start with. But before Kidd and his partner LuEllen can get very far in their attempts to track the laptop down, the secrets start coming out anyway – and they’re much more staggering than even Kidd imagined. Because it’s not just about the lives of a circle of friends and colleagues now – it’s about something much, much bigger. And much, much scarier … *

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