He calls himself Cyberwolf. And he's one of the most unforgettably chilling villains in contemporary suspense fiction, as Ronald Munson returns to the territory he staked out so brilliantly in Fan Mail - the terrain of the psychological high-tech thriller. A legend among hackers, Cyberwolf is a natural genius, a maverick, faster and better than any of the competition - prowling cyberspace, lurking in electronic shadows. To watch him tap into the net is to glimpse the time when human thought and high technology will become forever inseparable. Yet beneath his smooth, polite surface is a seething cauldron of rage. Pulsating behind his eerily evolved superintellect is a twisted, primitive lust to violate the ultimate taboo. And to satisfy that desire, he'll deploy the world's ultimate weapon, the awesome and unlimited power of the computer networks. Cyberwolf has chosen his target. She is Susan Bradstreet, one of Hollywood's reigning stars and, unluckily for her, Cyberwolf's object of desire. He knows everything about Susan - her heartaches, her bank balances, her unlisted phone number. As for Susan, emerging from a recent emotional crisis, she will now be confronting the terror of her life and the role of her career: Cyberwolf's kidnap victim. For he schemes not only to reap a dazzling fortune in ransom, but to hold hostage the entire East coast. With one push of a single computer key, this consummate electronic terrorist can pass a death sentence on millions. With Night Vision, Ronald Munson has written another relentless, exquisitely suspenseful thriller.