Update or Die

Update or Die

by Valerie Campbell
Update or Die

Update or Die

by Valerie Campbell

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Overview

Her friends think she's delusional. Her father thinks she's lying. Drew is just trying to survive. She's not the average 16-year-old girl. Raised in her dad's antique shop, Drew knows everything about antiques and very little about tech. And this works for her. At least, until she begins to receive chilling texts that make it clear she's being watched; messages no one else can see. Drew is powerless, haunted by fear that the messages aren't real, that she's slipping into a delusion of her own making.
Then, one of the messages predicts a death. A young girl is murdered. Amid the grief, an unlikely love interest grows. The stalker becomes more controlling, the messages more terrifying. And a love she thought was real may never have existed. Then, as friends begin to die, Drew realizes that, in some way, she's tied to their deaths.
With only old-school tech and knowledge of the past as a guide, she tries to solve a deadly mystery. But how can she fight an anonymous, invisible cyber-killer? Can she prove, even to herself, what is real and what is just an illusion? And then a chance comment changes everything. There's only one way to find the truth: to save the others, and perhaps herself. And it's not virtual—it's very, very real.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940185780428
Publisher: Valerie Campbell
Publication date: 11/01/2023
Series: Murder Book Club , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 641 KB

About the Author

Dr. Valerie Campbell is a licensed mental health counselor and founder of Therapy International, Inc.
She has worked for state-funded mental health centers and has been in private practice for over 20 years. She has also worked as a certified teacher in ESE, Psychology 6-12, as a Behavior Specialist and Dean. She was a psychology professor for over 13 years.
Dr. Campbell has worked with children in the juvenile justice system, as a Guardian Ad Litem, with the battered women's shelter, and with the victim-witness program.
She also volunteered in many crisis situations; with the Red Cross counseling survivors and families of 9/11, and the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando - the second-worst shooting in U.S. history.
After Dr. Campbell became certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, she began research on therapy dogs, psychiatric service dogs, and assistance dogs. She is now an evaluator for the AKC Canine Good Citizen award and Delta Society therapy dog certification.
She now uses her experience to write stories in Maine with a little counseling on the side. She owes it all to her three wonderful children, who taught her tech, and are her greatest motivation, inspiration, and support.
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