Action-Adventure/Mystery

Internet Stalker 2001
by Ross L. Barber


Following the murder of a suave, mysterious Englishman she has met in a Manhattan bar, Jayne Keener finds herself drawn into the shadowy world of cybersex and adult chat rooms.  In one such room she encounters Philip Dreedle, a professional hacker and convicted rapist and stalker. Suddenly, Jayne's once sane life is turned on its head, and not even her closest friends are what they seem.

Set in New York City during the Summer of 2001, against a topical backdrop of terrorism and seething political turmoil in the Middle East, Internet Stalker is a thrilling blend of fact and fiction. And the heart-stopping twist at the end will leave you feeling like you have fallen off a cliff...

Rating:  Adult readers, please.  Graphic violence and sexuality.




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Ross L. Barber

Ross L Barber is a well-traveled, semi-retired South Australian high school teacher of foreign languages, who retired from full-time teaching duties at the age of 53.  After acquiring basic word processing skills, he turned his energies to writing; at first, humorous short stories from his early days in teaching in the 60s and 70s.

In 1997, he began his first novel, Chalk that he completed late 1998. In 2000, he began his work of fiction, The Enclave that he finished May 2001. In 2001, Barber wrote his second work of fiction, Internet Stalker, an in-depth analysis of the Internet chat scene with its good and not so good sides. In 2002 he wrote Jihad, the sequel to Internet Stalker.  He is currently writing his fifth novel, Jihad Downunder.

When he's not working on his current book or penning some humorous anecdote, this former educator can be found down on the local pier fishing. His two children are grown up. He lives with his wife of 35 years in his hometown, Adelaide, in sunny South Australia.

 

 

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