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    E–pub/Pdf [The Monitor] BY Janice MacDonald Randy Craig works part time as a University lecturer in Edmonton Alberta To supplement her income she takes on a second job in cyberspace monitoring a chat site overnight to watch over the participants secretly dropping in on their

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    Read & Download The Monitor Janice MacDonald à 5 Download Download º PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free à Janice MacDonald When I first started reading this book I had to double check the publication date 2003 That helped a lot because some of the technology referred to frames Netscape Lycos etc really dated the taleStill the story of Randy Craig being hired as a chat room monitor in Babel to help make ends meet and her discovering a hit man using Babel to make contract connections was a good premise I found the suspense and intrigue entertaining and the charac

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    E–pub/Pdf [The Monitor] BY Janice MacDonald Janice MacDonald à 5 Download Read & Download The Monitor It was interesting to read a book set in my hometown and to recognize landmarks in the story Many of those landma

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    E–pub/Pdf [The Monitor] BY Janice MacDonald The cover doesn't do the book justiceJanice is a Canadian author and I hope there's a seuel

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    E–pub/Pdf [The Monitor] BY Janice MacDonald Set in Edmonton Alberta English instructor Randy Craig is teaching an online distance education course and having a hard time paying the bills so she takes a job monitoring a chatroom called Babel When the spouse of one of their regular membe

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    Janice MacDonald à 5 Download E–pub/Pdf [The Monitor] BY Janice MacDonald I have read a few of the Randy Craig mysteries written by Janice MacDonald and enjoyed them There was nothing enjoyable about this book If it

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    E–pub/Pdf [The Monitor] BY Janice MacDonald The second book I read by Janice it was good perhaps a little weird but then isn't that the internet and chat rooms weird A different culture Loved her detail love Randy Craig

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Download º PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free à Janice MacDonald Janice MacDonald à 5 Download The Monitor Free download ↠ 105 Porn Randy begins to suspect a connection between a Texas woman having an online affair through Babel and surfacing reports of man killed at his computer in the same stat. Set in Edmonton Alberta English instructor Randy Craig is teaching an online distance education course and having a hard time paying the bills so she takes a job monitoring a chatroom called Babel When the spouse of one of their regular members is killed and the member herself vanishes Randy begins to wonder if something nefarious is going on within BabelThe paperback version I read was published in 2003 and author Janice MacDonald seemed ahead of her time by tackling technology in Canadian crime fiction Although some of the technical aspects are somewhat dated the social ethical and moral dilemmas are as important today if not so as they were thenAcademic settings in mysteries don t interest me however this book appeared in my gift bag at a recent mystery writing conference Since technology in crime novels does interest me I gave it a try While it was interesting to read about the inside world of chatrooms the protagonist s daily events went on for too long before anything significant happened Tension and action weren t that high until the last 50 pages of this 322 page paperbackReaders who enjoy mysteries with methodical pacing will find this book appealing I didn t like the ending at all but to say why would be a spoiler alert so I ll have to leave it at that

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Download º PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free à Janice MacDonald Janice MacDonald à 5 Download The Monitor Free download ↠ 105 You're being watched Former University of Alberta lecturer Randy Craig is now working part time at Edmonton's Grant MacEwan College and struggling to make ends meet That. When I first started reading this book I had to double check the publication date 2003 That helped a lot because some of the technology referred to frames Netscape Lycos etc really dated the taleStill the story of Randy Craig being hired as a chat room monitor in Babel to help make ends meet and her discovering a hit man using Babel to make contract connections was a good premise I found the suspense and intrigue entertaining and the characters believableUntil the suspense and intrigue stopped being entertaining which is just as the book was wrapping upview spoilerThe whodunnit is never fully revealed and the perpetrator basically gets to walk away The primary suspect turns out to be a fairly benign guy after all The ending was wholly dissatisfying and I was disappointed that such a good premise turned out to be so poorly realized as a result hide spoiler

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Download º PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free à Janice MacDonald Janice MacDonald à 5 Download The Monitor Free download ↠ 105 Is until she takes an evening job monitoring a chat room called Babel for an employer she knows only as Chatgod Between shutting down an online bookie and patrolling for. It was interesting to read a book set in my hometown and to recognize landmarks in the story Many of those landmarks are gone now amazing changes have occurred in both downtown Edmonton and the U of A campus over the 13 years since MacDonald wrote thisLikewise chat rooms have all but disappeared since then though they are coming back replaced by social media The younger reader might have to do a little research to find out what this stuff was all aboutThe book itself was entertaining if a bit slow in the middle MacDonald does not use cliff hanger chapter endings which made it easy to put down between chapters Yet it was interesting enough to pick up againI did wince at the method used to kill Thea s husband electrocution by computer Ohio State University on a page called The Fatal Current reports that it takes about 01 to 02A 100 to 200 mA to kill One hand on the mouse and one hand on the keyboard would pass the current through the heart the most fatal possibility But the resistance of a human body again according to OSU can range from 1K ohms wet skin to 500K ohms dry skin Ohm s Law EIR says you could get that 01A through wet skin with 110V but it would take 100000V with dry skin Did Charlie come dripping wet from the shower to sit at the computer No But even to carry 110V takes about an 18 Gauge wire not the tiny 24 Ga wires that run from a mouse There s also the uestion of making continuous contact plastic as on a mouse and keyboard is an insulator not a conductor and a brief touch would probably not be fatal So it s a good example of an author needing a plot device and throwing in something totally impossible and poorly researched but marginally plausible if you know nothing about electricity It s like the woman who wrote a story about a female bike messenger who was oiling her brake pads totally inane to anyone who cycles Oh well sometimes reading reuires Coleridge s willing suspension of disbeliefOverall it s a decent story

  • Paperback
  • 322
  • The Monitor
  • Janice MacDonald
  • English
  • 17 September 2020
  • 9780888012845