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June 26th, 2009

Local Author Uses N.H. Mountains as Setting for Romantic Thriller

Abstract:
Robbins, a software engineering manager by day, integrates her knowledge of computers and technology into all of her romantic suspense novels. In Killer Bunny Hill, the plot revolves around the relationship of manmade diamonds, computers and laser weapons, giving readers a glimpse into the breakthrough science of nanotechnology.

"Nanotechnology is fascinating and is going to affect us immensely in the future," Robbins said. "It is being hailed as one the greatest technological breakthroughs because it touches everything."

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