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For Money or Mayhem

by Wayzgoose

Nathan Everett

Mystery Story: Cyber-detective Dag Hamar thinks he's investigating credit fraud but discovers a web of intrigue that baffles and terrifies him. Follow as Dag is drawn out from behind the comparable safety of his computer and into the gritty streets of Seattle where an online bully has become a real life predator.

Tags: Ma/Fa   Heterosexual   Fiction   Mystery   Tear Jerker   Workplace  

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