Echoes Through Distant Glass: A Near Future Cyberpunk Crime Drama

Echoes Through Distant Glass: A Near Future Cyberpunk Crime Drama

by S. Kirk Pierzchala
Echoes Through Distant Glass: A Near Future Cyberpunk Crime Drama

Echoes Through Distant Glass: A Near Future Cyberpunk Crime Drama

by S. Kirk Pierzchala

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Overview

After decades of civil unrest, and following the devastating Cascadia earthquake, a consolidated law enforcement entity, the Northwest Regional Law and Safety Agency, has arisen... 


When Agency hot-shot cyber security defender Owen Dylan MacIntyre is tasked with investigating a potential terror threat to the Pacific Northwest, he crosses paths with the unpredictable and tragic Tomás Chen-Diaz and his brother Francisco.


A powerful global plutocrat, the enigmatic Francisco is also a brilliant amateur biotech scientist who has many powerful associates and a few dark secrets----which he's ready to kill to keep hidden.


Rapidly drawn into Chen-Diaz' web of international conspiracies, MacIntyre finds his skills tested to the limit as he's trapped in a world where science and technology invade the most sacred realms of the human heart and soul...a world where he'll be forced to confront some uncomfortable truths about himself...


...if he survives.


Book One of the Beyond Cascadia series, Echoes Through Distant Glass  deftly weaves timeless themes of humanity and a range of relevant geo-political and bioethics issues into a memorable cyberpunk techno thriller drama. The vivid prose, haunting imagery and unforgettable characters will linger with the reader long after the thought-provoking and emotional conclusion.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940163070015
Publisher: S. Kirk Pierzchala
Publication date: 05/22/2020
Series: Beyond Cascadia , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 784 KB

About the Author

S. Kirk Pierzchala lives in the Pacific Northwest and divides her dwindling years between family, writing, art and pondering the future.
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