Double Tap

Double Tap

Series: The Dread Nought, Book 2
Genre: Mystery & Thriller
Tags: MYSTERY STAND ALONE, The Dread Nought
Publisher: LMBPN Publishing

If Cassie steals the answers, can Remy find the questions?

At last the heat is off—the world of covert operators thinks Remy is dead. And they know Cassie has a deadman switch.

Before the deadliest actors realize their mistake,

Cassie and Remy must up their game.

This would be considerably easier if Cassie had a clue where on earth Remy is.

Couldn’t the girl at least drop her doppelganger a hint on her whereabouts?

One thing is sure, they’re going to need to know a lot more before they can protect the world from the people chasing them.

This leads them inevitably to the source of all information:

The “Utah Data Center”--

a not-so-secret NSA complex in the middle of the desert where all the digital transmissions of the world, in all their yottabytes, are stored.

Can Cassie and Remy tap this unbound font of knowledge? If so, will they become virtually omniscient? Or will they at least be able to deduce answers to a couple of key questions, such as

Why has Cassie’s ex-boyfriend suddenly reappeared? How do they get rid of him?

And above all,

Why is Remy the focus of the biggest manhunt in the history of covert ops?

Grab your copy today and join Cassie and Remy in the thrilling second book of the globetrotting Dread Nought series from acclaimed author Marc Stiegler!

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About the Author
Marc Stiegler

About Marc Stiegler
In the age of the dinosaurs, which is to say, in the previous century during the 80s and 90s, I was a science fiction author. During that brief and happy interlude, among other things I wrote Valentina which became a finalist for the Hugo Award, David's Sling which became a finalist for the Prometheus Award, and The Gentle Seduction which was considered by some founders of the field of nanotech to be the best story ever written about the consequences of their work.

Much of that writing was done during interludes between working at and managing various Silicon Valley startup and software companies. Then disaster struck: I got a normal job as a research scientist. I spent all my words writing tech reports and academic journal articles. No strength remained at the end of the day for sf.

But that is all in the past. Now, a new era of radicalized politics is upon us, an era that needs a new kind of author: one who can, with a light and hopefully humorous touch, explore through near-future sf the consequences of these competing versions of America. In this fire was forged my latest work, the BrainTrust series. At the time of this writing, each of the first four books of the series has been nominated for the Prometheus Award in the year of its publication, and book five is about to launch. Please enjoy.


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