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The story of a very ugly cyber-stalker and bully that extorts men and women for her own perverse pleasure and profit to live a lavish lifestyle. She taunts, tortures, and torments her victims and ruins their lives and then promises to clean it all up for blackmail... but she never does, she just takes their money and destroys them. After all, they don't want to be further humiliated by her, so they feel powerless to fight back.

But when making such a huge number of real world enemies, eventually the hunter becomes the hunted. The victims may just turn the table in the oldest form of revenge known to mankind... murder! Now the problem is how to pull off this crime so that there is no evidence of how it was done and who did it. That is the perfect revenge: Murder without fear of being caught. In this modern era of instant access to information and virtually any kind of service, the very tool used to torment her victims could be the same tool used to find her and end her own life - by a very determined person that wants the ultimate revenge.

©2015 Don Allen Holbrook (P)2016 Don Allen Holbrook

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Could not finish this

The narrator was appalling, I have no idea what the story was about, I could not follow a single word of the 90 MPH delivery, I gave up after one hour of trying to listen, I should add that I restarted it twice to try to catch the rhythm, but with no success. I feel moderately guilty about posting such a negative review having only tried to listen to approx 1/6 of the book but I did try to do that THREE times.
I think the story sounds intriguing so I shall try the Kindle version.

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