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jessie90
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Book read long ago. Don't know name or author.

I read the book somewhere between 2000-2003. It was for younger readers, it was a mystery title. It was a series. It had a main character and it was a guy, he was like 21-23 and at college. He was in college and he was at a frat party and he left because he either was threatened or he felt like he was being stalked and as he left he was either attacked or he witnessed a murder and from then on he was stalked online or what not.

 

I really can't remember. The cover of the book had a computer on it and it was black or a dark grey and it had lime green writing.