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Death Match

A book by Lincoln Child

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A Heavenly Highlight for Favorite Author Lincoln Child

  • Feb 21, 2010
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E-Harmony is an amateur compared to Eden Inc. At least that seems to be the case in Death Match by Lincoln Child. Only thing is, those that found the perfect mate are now committing suicide.

At least that is what their deaths look like...

Christopher Lash, a forensic psychologist, is hired to find out what's happening...I thought it was great that he failed to qualify for a match!

I figured this mystery out, but it is still a great book!

Lincoln Child also writes with Douglas Preston--a team I really enjoy!

Shorts on fun favorites from my must-read author list...

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review by . August 17, 2010
Eden Incorporated is not your run-of-the-mill matchmaking service. For the rather lofty price tag of $25,000, Richard Silver, the company's brilliant and reclusive founder and Liza, the computer and its state of the art artificial intelligence software that is more person than machine, will guarantee to find you a "perfect" lifelong soul-mate. Well ... not quite perfect, but so close mind you that the paired partners certainly aren't complaining. So nobody was more surprised than …
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“Slick, sophisticated entertainment, as well as a cautionary tale about artificial intelligence.”–Washington Post

“Impeccably in tune with the times.” –Entertainment Weekly

“Child conquers the complexities of artificial intelligence–fueling the plot with material usually comprehensible only to technogeeks.”–People

“Speeds toward a suspenseful conclusion.” –The Commercial Appeal(Memphis)

“Fans of head-spinning ‘70s thrillers likeThe Stepford WivesorThe Boys From Brazilwill want to input this baby right away. . . . Fascinating.... A techno-thriller that cares as much about the heart as it does about the hardware.” –Mystery Scene

“Pure entertainment.” –The San Jose Mercury News
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ISBN-10: 0307275566
ISBN-13: 978-0307275561
Author: Lincoln Child
Publisher: Anchor

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