Perfect 10 Cyberspace Nerds Cozy Mystery Plots #36-7 "MALWARE ANYONE? – AN IRENE & MICHAEL MYSTERY"

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by Perfect 10 Plots

Publisher: Perfect 10 Plots

Series: Perfect 10 Plots

Publication Date: May 03, 2019

ISBN: 9788832598650

Binding: Kobo eBook

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During Robby’s first lecture, Ivan Dubrovnik dies. He was a student, who had an apparent affiliation with a Russian spy named Gregory Trotsky. Gregory was trying to glean information on the construction and development data of Robot-D3. The intent was to use the data to construct similar “army robots” for the Russian government. When Robby sent some preventive malware to Ivan’s computer during the lecture, he, in effect, destroyed the data Ivan had collected thus far. Gregory had no more use for the student and killed him with a curare dart. Will the CIA be able to catch Gregory before he returns to Russia? Is Robby in danger to be captured?

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