The Devil's Analyst by Dennis Frahmann

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Focusing on character development instead of shocks and thrills would have helped make the novel a bit more emotionally accessible for readers. An original, but uneven technology thriller involving murder and a mysterious manipulator.
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Danny Lahti had it all: fame, fortune, friends, love - and an obsessed stalker. Obsession can be a powerful curse. What happens when you think your world is perfect, but someone behind the scenes is determined to test you in every way possible? As the clock ticks toward the year 2000, Danny's world starts unraveling without explanation. An unknown hacker unleashes a digital attach on his Internet company just months before its public debut. A prowler attempts to break into his historic mansion which houses, according to Hollywood rumor, secret vaults. A long-time friend goes missing. Is it all coincidence, or are these just the first feats by a crazed admirer determined to force the truth from Danny? And what is the truth? The complicated days that follow force Danny to have another look at his own relationships, misdeeds, and damaged past. But will he ever learn the lesson that will satisfy the devil who taunts him?
 

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Published August 11, 2016 327 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Aug 06 2016

Focusing on character development instead of shocks and thrills would have helped make the novel a bit more emotionally accessible for readers. An original, but uneven technology thriller involving murder and a mysterious manipulator.

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