The smuggling ring is a big case...
...that got his partner killed.
How will Simon go on without her?
In 2029 Kansas City, Master Detective John Simon is a tough cop with a disdain for technology. His new movie quoting partner doesn’t make him happy. How can you trust a robot?
And what's with the name...
Simon and Lucas don’t have time for squabbles. Something isn’t right about this case. There’s more to it than smuggling, but they don’t know what exactly.
They have one more problem.
Evidence is disappearing and people are getting killed.
Is there a conspiracy?
You’ll love this exciting mix of near future science fiction and police procedurals, because the snarky banter fits perfectly with the fantastic twists.
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Bryan Thomas Schmidt is a national bestselling author, editor of Andy Weir’s The Martian, and a Hugo-nominee.
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Bryan Thomas Schmidt is a national bestselling author editor and Hugo-nominee who's edited over a dozen anthologies and hundreds of novels, including the international phenomenon The Martian by Andy Weir and books by Alan Dean Foster, Frank Herbert, Mike Resnick, Angie Fox, and Tracy Hickman as well as official entries in The X-Files, Predator, Joe Ledger, Monster Hunter International, and Decipher's Wars. His debut novel, The Worker Prince, earned honorable mention on Barnes and Noble's Year's Best Science Fiction. His adult and children's fiction and nonfiction books have been published by publishers such as St. Martins Press, Baen Books, Titan Books, IDW, and more. Find him online at his website www.bryanthomasschmidt.net or Twitter and Facebook as BryanThomasS.
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