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Singularity
     

Singularity

2.8 11
by N.J. Matthews
 

Singularity is murder mystery with a twist. Dr Arnold Soper, the CEO of Soper Research has discovered a vaccine to prevent Alzheimer’s. Once world wide patents are granted, the value of his company will increase dramatically.
But before this happens he is taken ill and falls into a coma. A conspiracy unfolds as greed and avarice replace ethical practice

Overview

Singularity is murder mystery with a twist. Dr Arnold Soper, the CEO of Soper Research has discovered a vaccine to prevent Alzheimer’s. Once world wide patents are granted, the value of his company will increase dramatically.
But before this happens he is taken ill and falls into a coma. A conspiracy unfolds as greed and avarice replace ethical practice and people die.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011127458
Publisher:
N.J. Matthews
Publication date:
10/16/2010
Series:
Dave Harris Murder Mysteries , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
363 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Having always being an avid reader, particularly of murder mysteries, I decided that I would try my hand at writing one. The first one, Singularity, turned into a series of three others, The Sophia, The Sign of Nun and Wee Johnnie Norrie. All feature Dave Harris, who rises to Chief of Detectives through the course of the series. After I had written the four crime novels, my youngest grandson asked me why I didn't write anything suitable for his age group. This was a challenge I couldn't resist, Perusia followed along with the sequel Kush. Both are aimed at young adults and are historical fiction set in a time just after Julius Caesar is assasinated. I must admit to being somewhat eclectic. What's next? Who knows.

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Singularity 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Susan Barry More than 1 year ago
Horrible punctuation, misspelled words, incorrect words, omitted words. Most annoying! Was this proofread by an intelligent human?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Written in a way that I was't compelled to read much beyond page 100.
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bookworm1954GA More than 1 year ago
Not a bad concept, but too long for subject matter. Author should probably read the style guide from Smashwords. Type size changes, errors in grammar, syntax, and format makes for a very difficult read. Had it's high points so there's potential. Found it difficult to care about the characters.
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