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by. Morgan, Speer, 1946-.
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His parents were Charles Donald and Betty (Speer) Morgan. Morgan attended the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, from 1964 to 1966, as well as the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, where he received a BA in 1968. He received a PhD in 1972 from Stanford University.
A coon hunter stumbles onto a trailer full of brightly lit computer terminal. nd one electrocuted corpse. a fast-paced, high-tech thriller. - Publisher’s Weekly.
An underground classic about computer fraud and murder in a small Arkansas town. A coon hunter stumbles onto a trailer full of brightly lit computer terminals and one electrocuted corpse, as schemes and scams and a seemingly superhuman computer turn a sleepy southern town into a high-tech hotbed. A joy and an education for the discriminating lover of the well-plotted thriller" Kansas City Star More.
Born and raised in Fort Smith, Arkansas, Speer Morgan is the author of six books. His first novel, published in 1979, was set in Arkansas and the Indian Territory during the late 1800s
Born and raised in Fort Smith, Arkansas, Speer Morgan is the author of six books. His first novel, published in 1979, was set in Arkansas and the Indian Territory during the late 1800s. Among his other four novels, three have been set in Arkansas and Oklahoma - one in 1894, another in 1934, and another in the 1980s. The Whipping Boy (1994) was aided by an NEA Individual Fellowship in fiction. His latest novel, The Freshour Cylinders (1998), won Foreword Magazine's Silver Award for the best book of the year.
Morgan, author of a standout Western (Belle Star, 1979) and a so-so political thriller (Brother Enemy, 1981), continues his genre-hopping and his storytelling decline in this confused and far-fetched suspenser about global computer crime. After a crackling start in which a hunter stumbles upon an electrocuted corpse in a trailer hidden deep in the woods, the author introduces his protagonists, local police Sergeant Bobbi Reardon and her estranged husband, Detective Ray Wiel, whose verbal sparring matches provide most of the book's meager pleasures.
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