Split Seconds by Kevin Robinson

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Wheelchair-bound journalist Nick "Stick" Foster smells a great story when a NASA computer expert is found enmeshed in a crab-line and Propjob the porpoise salvages an apparently unreasonable computer disk from the site. The victim's beautiful, edgy fiance' adds to the mystery, which accelerates when Stick gets close enough to the answer to be shot. Appealing to his network of friendly computer whizzes for help, Stick learns that someone has locked a virus into a NASA system, guaranteeing an unpreventable disaster.

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Published June 1, 1991 by Walker & Co. 220 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A paraplegic reporter is the intrepid and engaging detective in this highly promising mystery debut. Nick (Stick) Foster, a wheelchair-bound columnist for a small Florida newspaper, is crabbing in the

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