From Publishers Weekly
released in February 1997.
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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From Library Journal
In this recent best seller (LJ 1/97), narrated successfully by Jonathan Marosz, Sydney Archer is a corporate lawyer working to finalize a deal between Triton Global and Cybercom that will revolutionize the use of the Internet. That deal is about to go terribly wrong. Sydney's world is rocked when the plane her husband, Jason, is supposed to be on crashes, killing everyone on board. Sabotage is suspected, and the FBI is called in. Jason calls Sydney hours after the crash, very much alive, making him the prime suspect. The Cybercom deal hangs in the balance while Sydney outfoxes the FBI, the hired killers, and the Triton Global bad guys. This implausible plot is trite, and the obligatory sex and foul language add little to the story. Violence is rampant as a vehicle for removing unwanted characters and advancing the story. Still, Marosz manages to differentiate the many characters and pace the story well. For large fiction collections.?Joanna M. Burkhardt, Univ. of Rhode Island Coll. of Continuing Education Lib., Providence
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