Founder's Face [NOOK Book]

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Two hundred and fifty years into the future a nation simply known as The Union is the envy of the entire world. This particular utopia stands above every other state in terms of medicine, technology, and the sciences. And although it may seem perfect, it has a single and very flawed blemish that has haunted its populace for fifteen decades. A secretive vigilante religion known as "The Process Cult" has repeatedly killed individuals, both overtly criminal and seemingly benign, with a perfect rate of success. The ...
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Founder's Face

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Overview

Two hundred and fifty years into the future a nation simply known as The Union is the envy of the entire world. This particular utopia stands above every other state in terms of medicine, technology, and the sciences. And although it may seem perfect, it has a single and very flawed blemish that has haunted its populace for fifteen decades. A secretive vigilante religion known as "The Process Cult" has repeatedly killed individuals, both overtly criminal and seemingly benign, with a perfect rate of success. The method of murder, a nearly spontaneous full-body conflagration, still baffles forensic scientists and investigators.

Detectives Sali Ross and Gordon Pratt are assigned the go-nowhere job of hunting down the Process Cult membership. Although they are able to set traps for the cult's enforcer, the killer has slipped through their fingers over and over. When the killer targets the aide of high-ranking politician Ibram Glenn, the two officers are handed the unique opportunity to take the investigation in an entirely new direction. With the assistance of a computer scientist, a professor of law and philosophy, and a naturalist hunter with an outdated (and illegal) lifestyle, the team sets out to test the means and method of the murderous cult.

But is the cult really the source of the killings at all? How are they able to step so far outside the established bounds of known engineering and science? How can they finance such an elaborate operation? How can they maintain it in a surveillance and information-heavy society?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615414034
  • Publisher: Wishful Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/16/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,221,684
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

David Wuensche believes that the most significant activity that any human being can engage in is deep thought. As such, he spends as much of his time contemplating strange, strange things as he possibly can. Between those thoughts, he occasionally finds the time to write those ideas down in the form of a novel. David currently resides in Nebraska with his wife and tuxedo cat.

Bryan Marshall Truttmann is an emerging artist in the Omaha, Nebraska area. He received his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2008 and has continued to produce work under the trade name Carbon Artforms. He specializes in graphite drawing and translucent, hand produced plastic and glue sculptures that are often lit from the interior. Regardless of the medium, luminosity, systemic energy, and intense organic textures are central themes in his work.
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  • Posted December 3, 2010

    Well Written

    This book was a very fun read. It was a most enjoyable sci-fi. It had twists that I did not anicipate. David created a world that was detailed and interesting. I reccommed this book to sci-fi mystery lovers everywhere.

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