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Timing, the sequel to Far from the Spaceports is a near-future science fiction novel. Mitnash Thakur and his virtual partner Slate, tackle hi-tech financial crime in deep space.
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When quick wits and loyalty are put to the test
Mitnash and his AI companion Slate, coders and investigators of interplanetary fraud, are at work again in Timing, the sequel to Far from the Spaceports.
This time their travels take them from Jupiter to Mars, chasing a small-scale scam which seems a waste of their time. Then the case escalates dramatically into threats and extortion. Robin’s Rebels, a new player in the game, is determined to bring down the financial world, and Slate’s fellow AIs are the targets. Will Slate be the next victim?
The clues lead them back to the asteroid belt, and to their friends on the Scilly Isles. The next attack will be here, and Mitnash and Slate must put themselves in the line of fire. To solve the case, they need to team up with an old adversary – the only person this far from Earth who has the necessary skills to help them. But can they trust somebody who keeps their own agenda so well hidden?
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- Extract 1 – Robin’s Rebels on YouTube, Daily Motion, or Vimeo
- Extract 3 – Linnea Talks on YouTube, Daily Motion, or Vimeo
- Extract 5 – Butterflies on YouTube, Daily Motion or Vimeo
Publisher: Matteh Publications (October 14th 2016)
ISBN: 978-0993-1684-6-8 (soft cover)
ISBN: 978-0993-1684-7-5 (ebook – kindle)
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