Cori Lynn Arnold has worked as a hotel housekeeper, handy woman, laundry attendant, radio disc jockey, library clerk, historical photographic archivist, mathematics tutor, teaching assistant, art work framer, photo lab junky, portrait and wedding photographer, high school algebra teacher, internet security researcher, security analyst, computer programmer and ethical hacker. She currently resides in Calgary, Alberta with her husband and son. She can be found roaming from coffee shops to book stores wearing the same cheap brown 'good luck' sweater ripping apart at the seams.
Frigid Deceitby Cori Lynn Arnold
A mysterious death in the middle of a heavy winter storm has Rochester, New York Homicide Detectives Robert Hicks and Louis Baker looking for a witness, a beautiful young blond woman. The investigation follows a trail of deceit through a rundown office building, a small Canadian town and a popular strip joint. All the while someone, a hacker in control of the ever-present computer systems, seems to be two steps ahead of the detectives' every move.
Tracy Dixon is a young blond buxom co-ed, taking an all-male computer science class in order to raise her grades. She's smitten with her Calculus student until she finds out that he's not what he appears to be. She falls into a toxic relationship. She tries desperately to hang on to her life, spiralling out of control...
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Excellent story and good plot. The only thing I would have wanted to read more about would be Louis's friend Cece and her issues. Very glad I read this book and highly recommend it to anyone who loves to read a good murder mystery.
I thought this book was a satisfying read with a good storyline. It was a pretty straight forward murder mystery that was entertaining. I would like to have learned a little more about Louis's friend Cece's condition
storyline and characters difficult to follow
If you can get past the terrible editing, the storyline of this convoluted story is not so bad. The author would get past, present and future tenses confused in the same paragraph, his grammer and spelling were atrocious, he has no idea about apostrophe or comma usage, but worst of all he can not even keep the sex of his characters straight, often making statements like he was her girlfriend. I think the author was trying to be cute, writing lets went, for let's go. VERY ANNOYING! This book was about 530 pages long. It contains murder, vomiting, some rather intense violence, strippers, pornography and a crybaby best friend, whose role in this story has no conclusion. It is a free book. For readers 18 and up, males might enjoy this police, murder mystery, even though the main characters are female. If not for the editing mistakes, I would have given it a 3 1/2 or perhaps even a four if Cece's role was concluded. AD