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Deadly Attractor
     

Deadly Attractor

by P. Orin Zack
 
If government field agents had temporal intelligence tech, how would pre-emptive ops be carried out? What would they look like? Angela Pascoe may have found out. She�s a psychic Healer from Australia, and she�s noticed a rash of unusual accidents among patients referred to a MedCenter for treatment. Accidents like the one she had after nosing around for clues. And now

Overview

If government field agents had temporal intelligence tech, how would pre-emptive ops be carried out? What would they look like? Angela Pascoe may have found out. She�s a psychic Healer from Australia, and she�s noticed a rash of unusual accidents among patients referred to a MedCenter for treatment. Accidents like the one she had after nosing around for clues. And now that she has a promising lead, she�s afraid she�ll have another accident -- a fatal one.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014496834
Publisher:
Philip Zack
Publication date:
04/12/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
568 KB

Meet the Author

Ever since I learned to speak binary on a DIGIAC 3080 training computer, I've been involved with tech in one way or another, but there was always another part of me off exploring ideas and writing about them. Halfway to a BS in Space Technology at Florida Institute of Technology during the Apollo years, I ditched out and walked into a data center job with Franklin National Bank a few years before it made history. Software contract houses, like the one I signed up with after the layoff, not only offered paid benefits, but kept paying you between contracts while they searched for your next gig. Of course, by then, I'd already been infected with the ideas of Edward de Bono, so my approach to problem solving, and therefore every part of my life, including writing, was tacking towards uncharted territory.

Since then, I've worked on a remote weather station for NOAA and on NASA/JPL's Deep Space Network, diddled with a huge database for a DOD competition at what used to be McDonnell-Douglas, subverted the design of the database driving one of the Air Force's aircraft test sets, wrote tech docs in the 'Dead Languages Group' at Microsoft, and even created the entire IT infrastructure for a manufacturing business I co-owned.

And all along the way, I wrote. So far, there's three novels and over 100 short stories.

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