Learning her brightest college writing class student, Michael Rossari, lacks the grades but was caught only after he changed them back after being admitted to her class, she tries to help him getting accepted. After upgrading her computer she joins a 101 class in the firm where he works. His superior Alan Miller is found murdered. Another superior tells the two NYPD stooges Michael must have supplied stolen computers, in fact his creditors forced him. Jessica works out the technological factor and comes up with another plot. Written by
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The company that Jessica visits in order to learn to use her computer is the Serious Cybernetics Corporation, a fairly obvious reference to the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation from Douglas Adams' The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. See more
Lt. Chance comments, "Some unpleasant threats were made."
Lt. Devereaux replies haughtily, "Redundant! All threats are unpleasant."
A scene or two later, she has this line, concerning suspect Henry Waverly: "He used to be a former student." Detective, heal thyself. See more
So if I finish a chapter of my new book in Cabot Cove, I can send it through the phone lines to my publisher in New York?