“A Great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine
“Cutting edge speculative fiction” – Ernest Hogan, author of Cortez on Jupiter
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Ian Watson, author of "The Universal Machine," says it's: "A great science fiction detective story featuring a classic noir detective, a fading super-star, a nymphomaniac, and an AI who channels Alan Turing, the father of computing, all set in a dystopian future that is familiar yet fascinatingly strange – what more could you want?”"
From the author of "The Virgin Birth of Sharks" (also featured on Vimeo at vimeo.com/55695381).
Author home page: NassauHedron.com
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