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  • ISBN 0595132839
  • ISBN13 978-0595132836
  • Language English
  • Author William Blankenship
  • Publisher iUniverse (November 17, 2000)
  • Pages 380
  • Formats doc lrf lrf mbr
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1540 kb
  • Size Fb2 1363 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 365

Can one of Silicon Valleys premier software companies be haunted? Impossible, says Bobby Race, CEO of the company and a powerful force in the information industry. Dont be so sure, counters Kevin Pierce, a talented but down-at-the-heels portrait artist who knows too well that supernatural life does exist. Kevin has been saddled for ten years with his own personal ghost Sport Sullivan, a cynical, street-wise gambler murdered in 1920. Desperate to save his company from the embarrassment of a haunting, Bobby Race hires Kevin to rid the company of its ghost under the guise of painting Bobbys portrait. The ghost appears to be Cynthia Gooding, a company employee who died in a suspicious accident at company headquarters. Along the way Kevin becomes involved with two very sharp, quite different career women. Dorothy Lake is an emotionally buttoned down genius programmer who wants Kevin more than she will admit. Jenny Hartson, executive secretary to the CEO, is a health and exercise fanatic who wants to break Kevin of his dependency on Carta Blanca beer. Throw in Izzy Valentine, a gangster trying to buy (or threaten) his way onto Bobbys board of directors; Big Sam Cody, the best car thief in San Francisco; and Pure John Braggia, a thug with excellent manners. With the help of Sport Sullivan (an ethereal cousin to Dr. Watson), Kevin must walk through a mine field of these dangerous characters to uncover the reason Cynthia Goodings ghost is haunting the executive suites of Silicon Valley.

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William Leonard Blankenship is an American operatic tenor, music pedagogue at the collegiate level, stage and . He has concertized with major orchestras on radio and television He is the father of Rebecca Blankenship, an American operatic soprano.

William Leonard Blankenship is an American operatic tenor, music pedagogue at the collegiate level, stage and television actor, and stage director.

The author of this book, William (Bill) D. Blankenship lived an amazing and fulfilling life. The Blankenship Family is publishing William D. Blankenship's last novel, Mark Twain and the Hanging Judge, on November 30, Mark Twain's birthday. Bill was the bestselling author of 12 novels: The Helix Files, The Programmed Man, Leavenworth Irregulars, Tiger Ten, Yukon Gold, Brotherly Love, Blood Stripe, The Time of the Cricket, The Time of the Wolf, Ghost of Silicon Valley, Daisy on Wheels, and Mark Twain and the Hanging Judge.

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William Leonard Blankenship (7 March 1928 – 2 December 2017) was an American operatic tenor, music pedagogue at the collegiate level, stage and television actor, and stage director. In Europe, Blankenship sang roles at the opera houses in Vienna (Vienna Volksoper & Vienna State Opera), Stuttgart, Hamburg, Braunschweig (1957–60), Bern (1960), Mannheim, Brunswick, Munich (from 1965), Berne, Klagenfurt (1956 European debut), Bregenz (1972 as Phoebus in The Fairy-Queen by Henry Purcell).

SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia : (1934- ) US author whose books often interweave Technothriller and horror modes (see Horror in SF); they include . The Ghost of Silicon Valley (New York: Writer's Showcase Press, 2000). Internet Speculative Fiction Database.

SFE : Science Fiction Encyclopedia : (1934- ) US author whose books often interweave Technothriller and horror modes (see Horror in SF); they include The Helix File (1972), a technothriller with an Arctic setting .

Decoding Silicon: The Insider’s Guide decodes the mystique of Silicon Valley, including the more subtle aspects that are hidden in plain sight. Learn about Silicon Valley best practices for growing and scaling companies.

Silicon Valley Sources – Books. Fred Terman at Stanford – Stewart Gilmore. IEEE Oral History – Fred Terman Associates. Crystal Fire: The Birth of the Information Age – Michael Riordan & Lillian Hoddeson. Broken Genius: The Rise and Fall of William Shockley– Joel Shurkin. Makers of the Microchip: A Documentary History of Fairchild Semiconductor – Christophe Lecuyer and David Brock. Kurt D Bies, on January 2, 2012 at 8:21 pm said: I’m long Easter Eggs!

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