Dressed as Kermit the Frog on Halloween, unemployed Alex Bellamy wonders where his life went wrong. It could be worse. A few miles away, Zachary Ternoway is stabbed to death at his front door. In need of cash, Alex agrees to help catch a computer hacker at McKinleys’ Department Store. But things turn serious when the hacker threatens to permanently encrypt the store’s data and torch the building unless ten million dollars is handed over fast. Alex knows there’s a connection between the murder and the extortionist, yet time’s running out. People are questioning his competency, and a killer’s threatening his life.
|Publisher:||Gypsy Moon Press|
|File size:||438 KB|
About the Author
Award-winning writer, Debra Purdy Kong, is a long-time resident of Port Moody, British Columbia. She’s published more than one hundred short stories essays, and articles for publications that include Chicken Soup for the Bride’s Soul, B.C. Parent Magazine, and the Vancouver Sun. Fatal Encryption is the sequel to her first Alex Bellamy mystery, Taxed to Death.
Debra’s criminology studies, volunteer experiences, and jobs in retail and security provided inspiration for her Evan Dunstan novellas and Casey Holland transit security mysteries.