How to make a killing on the internet
The mother of all internet thrillers! Unhappily married, lazy writer (Franco-American Jehan-Jacques Duffar) finds female co-writer within chatrooms. They agree to write a steamy internet love story together. However it turns out the person found online has a murder story in mind instead, plus she wants to do it for real, to give the book more substance. She calls this genre "hyper-agressive realism"... You know, she could be the crunchy ingredients of a chocolate bar. Familiar to mental institutions on both coasts and in the middle too, because she's killed before. Trailing the narrator from Paris, France to the world-famous Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland, where his most recent play is about to become an overnight success, the demented and totally unpredictable woman seems determined to take in the writer, his family, Jehan's real-life literary enemy and anybody who could think her evil plot as characters of her bloody masterpiece.
Broché: 224 pages
Editeur: Vanguard Press (22 juin 2001)