Streams of Babel by Carol Plum-Ucci

3 07 2008

(From In this nightmarishly realistic story, Cora Holman’s mother dies of a brain aneurysm. That night Cora’s neighbor loses her life with the same unusual diagnosis, even as Cora and others begin to sicken. Cora’s neighborhood soon fills with government agents who suspect that terrorists have poisoned their drinking water, while in Pakistan a teen computer hacker uncovers clues to the mystery in Cora’s town. Reviewed by Terry Miller Shannon.

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