RAW DATA by Sally Chapman

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KIRKUS REVIEW

 Young Julie Blake--pretty, pushy, and gifted with a talent for the science of computers--heads up a secret project at ICI, a major company in California's Silicon Valley, the core of which is a master computer nicknamed Larry. When the body of Ronald Gershbein, one of Julie's top technicians, is found shot to death inside Larry, the local police as well as FBI and NSA agents are all over the place since Washington, D.C., has a strong interest in Project 6. There are more murders and a couple of close calls for Julie before the mastermind is unmasked, Julie finds true love, and the project's on the way to success. A fresh and often funny debut novel that manages to make its milieu comprehensible even to the computer-ignorant but will be most enjoyed by the initiated.

Pub Date: June 21st, 1991
ISBN: 0-312-05953-1
Page count: 256pp
Publisher: St. Martin's
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 15th, 1991




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