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by: Robert Walters
publisher: PublishAmerica, published: 2003-06-09
price: $24.95 (new), $17.99 (used)
Eric Jones, who is a young college dropout living in the small town of Lakeside, fantasizes of having fame and riches. Combining his self-taught computer knowledge, along with knack for the dramatic, he develops a plan to obtain his dreams. Knowing the Internet is a booming business he develops a website, which will allow him to broadcast a reality-based live action thriller. Using his knowledge that sex and fear sells, he merges the two to broadcast live sex shows combined with deadly endings. Due to the deadly nature of the shows and the first broadcast taking place in the familiar town hotel, the police of Lakeside attempt to capture Eric. A companion that helps with the post broadcasts activity, also aids Eric. This action packed thriller takes you through the murders and efforts by the local police to stop this killer before his final Webcast.