Everyone thinks that Robert "Sky" Walker has it all. And they're right. He's the world's most famous athlete and the darling of the Chicago Bulls, his wife is a beautiful and internationally adored anchorwoman, and his nine-year-old daughter, Tonya, is the apple of his eye. He has money, fame, awards, and a picture-perfect family. Walker has what everyone wants. And he loses it in a twinkling. Sky Walker's world comes crashing down when Tonya is kidnapped. At first, there is no ransom demand - only deranged E-mail messages, incendiary faxes, and provocative photographs sent to the media. As the world watches on television, lead after lead evaporates. Tom Hopkins, the smalltown detective suddenly dealing with a big-time case, is rapidly caught in the middle of what fast becomes an out-of-control media circus. He realizes that he's dealing with an insane hacker whose motives are highly complex - having more to do with revenge and megalomania than with money.
Used availability for Jay Amberg's Blackbird Singing
August 1998 : USA Hardback
January 1920 : USA Mass Market Paperback