1st Case by James Patterson

Despite being kicked out of MIT’s graduate program, with the aid of her mentor, Eve, Angela Hoot manages to snag an internship with the FBI in their Boston field office.  Despite having no field training, Angela is called to assist with a murder investigation due to her computer abilities and hacking skills.  But her lack of training and discipline becomes a liability when the computer hackers behind a series of gruesome murders turn their sights on her!

Typical Patterson:  a fast-paced and engaging story. . . But it leaves threads hanging and the main character is both a primary target and the only one – despite a whole field office full of FBI agents)) who can find the bad guys. 

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