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Bionic Bug

Bionic Bug

by Natasha Bajema
Bionic Bug

Bionic Bug

by Natasha Bajema



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Is justice for a friend worth a deal with the devil?

When former special operator Lara Kingsley's best friend mysteriously drops dead at a crowded baseball game, she vows to bring his killer to justice. But her harrowing search uncovers far more than she bargains for.

Racing to unravel the mystery, she finds herself becoming deeply entangled in a new technological world of remote-controlled beetles, gene editing, and the Dark Web—the notorious underground of the Internet.

Her investigation leads to a rogue scientist with the answer to her friend's death. But when she uncovers his plan to unleash the ultimate biological weapon on the nation's capital, she's faced with an impossible choice: enlist his help to solve her friend's murder, or stop him from killing thousands of innocent people.

Bionic Bug is the first book in the Lara Kingsley Series, which weaves together elements of mystery, techno-thriller, and science fiction and is set in the near future. If you like action-packed mystery novels, then you'll love this new series from long-time national security expert, Natasha Bajema.

Warning: This is not your grandmother's mystery novel.

Buy Bionic Bug and join Lara on her exciting journey today!

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940161405987
Publisher: Nuclear Spin Cycle Publishing
Publication date: 10/01/2019
Series: Lara Kingsley Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Natasha Bajema lives in Rockport, Texas with her two dogs, Malachi and Charlie, and works as an independent consultant on national security. She has been an expert on national security issues for over 20 years, specializing in weapons of mass destruction (WMD), nuclear proliferation, terrorism, and emerging technologies. For over ten years, Natasha worked for the National Defense University where she taught an elective course to senior military officers on WMD and film and led a research project on the impact of emerging technologies on national security. Natasha holds a Ph.D. in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.

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