Blackbox Protocol

Blackbox Protocol

by Frog Jones, Bethany Loy

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Overview

Being a PI in the high-tech, magical city of Manzala requires more than street-smarts.

Martin Aten makes do with a lifetime of experience in software engineering. Accompanied by the voice of his wife Jean and his memories of days gone by, he lives each life day-to-day, just scraping through.

But every once in a while, a job comes along that's bigger than it looks. And when the city's most successful techno-dwarf hires Martin to recover a stolen, prized personal possession—the job already looks massive.

From the dingy back-streets of Manzala to the planets beyond, this case is going to take Martin farther than any other case before. The hunt for a stolen item brings him new friends, new enemies, and—if he's very, very lucky—the chance to save Manzala from a danger it doesn't know is descending on it.

Regardless, he knows he's not returning to Manzala the same man who left it.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162656968
Publisher: Impulsive Walrus Books LLC
Publication date: 06/20/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 394 KB

About the Author

BETHANY (BENNY) LOY is a burgeoning
author residing in Washington State. She has
published two short stories and this novella, a
promising start for just beginning her professional
writing career in late 2018. In her free time she
plays video games, snuggles her cat Hawk, and
daydreams about owning a dog she’ll name Toucan.
She hopes to produce thought-provoking pieces in
the future.

FROG JONES began co-writing with his wife
Esther in 2011, and the two have been rising stars
in the science !ction/fantasy literary world ever
since. He is currently the acquisitions editor of
Impulsive Walrus Books. He has been running
tabletop RPGs since he was 11 years old, has an
extensive board game collection, and is an oldschool
veteran of the anime sub/dub wars. He’s
written many things; most can be found at
www.jonestales.com.

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