It is the year 2120 and the internet had been freed. Released from the confines of computer networks, it overlays reality and is administered by the Academy. When a member of the Academy is found dead under bizarre circumstances, Detective Conroy must find the killer. But how can he solve a murder in a world where reality itself can be reprogrammed?
This short story won the Gold Award at L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future Competition 2011.
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About the Author
Richard Johnson is the award-winning author of In Apprehension, How Like a God (Gold Award: Writers of the Future 2011) and Taking the High Road (Grand Prize: Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest 2012). His first short story, A Friend in Need ,was published online at Alienskinmag.com and podcast on the Hugo Award winning Starship Sofa.
Born in Botswana and raised in England he now lives in Melbourne, Australia where he works as a structural engineer and writer.
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So startlingly racist against Japanese people as to be unreadable! What is this, the 1940's?