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The follow up to Dangerous Data: a digital detective story. The Dogg has been at the keyboard again...What if the work on the human genome project could tell us anything and everything about a person? What if somebody's DNA could be used to deduce whether or not they were murdered - and if they were, who did it? Dogg, who as ever will go where others can't or won't, finds himself caught up in a complex web of lies, abuse and sexual deceit - and death, of course. But the truth is printed in the cells, and sooner or later somebody is going to be found guilty of murder - a fact from which they can not escape...
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'Fast paced storytelling' -- Crime Time
‘Slick stuff that’s a million miles from cosy but very close to excellence’ -- Daily Mail
One drop of blood is all it takes...
Gerald Keatring is 6' 2", weighs 190 lbs and has a taste for violence and strip clubs. And Arthur C. Dogg, data detective, is being paid to follow him around. He doesn't know why - as far as Dogg's concerned, it's just another job. It's what he's paid to do: track people through their data trails.
But when the job goes bad, Dogg has to start asking some questions of his own. Like who his client is and what she's looking for.
Turns out she's a sassy biochemist with a conscience and she's after blood - not for revenge but for data. Welcome to the world of genetic information. A world in which if you prick yourself you don't bleed, you download. The data in your veins doesn't just describe your past, it predicts your future. And Gerald Keatring has a special secret in his blood data. About a crime he has yet to commit...
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Book Description Corgi Books, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0552149667