The year is 2071 and there's a serial killer loose in Atlanta. Lieutenant Jak Decker, a homicide cop, is on the case but is getting nowhere. As the body count mounts, his boss assigns him a partner, the smart and beautiful Detective Cassandra Smith. Decker, a tough, wise-cracking loner, doesn't want a partner, especially when he finds out she's an android.
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About the Author
Lee Gimenez (www.leegimenez.com) is the author of four books and over fifty short stories. His novel AZUL 7, which was published by Whiskey Creek Press in 2009, became a Best Selling sci-fi book on Fictionwise (the Barnes & Noble Company). His short story collection, THE TOMORROW SOLUTION, was also published in 2009 and is available on Amazon. His sci-fi novel, VIRTUAL THOUGHTSTREAM, will be published by Double Dragon Publishing in October 2010. Lee has just completed a new novel, TERRALUS 4.
Lee is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), and is a Featured Author on their website. Lee earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Tech University and a Masters degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University. After college, he served as an officer in the U.S. Army. During his business career in marketing, he worked for three Fortune 500 companies, Verizon, Tech Data and M&M Mars. For more information about him, visit his website at: www.leegimenez.com. You can also find him on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and LinkedIn. Lee lives with his wife in the Atlanta, Georgia area.
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The Nanotech Murders based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
The Nanotech Murders by Lee Gimenez is one of the more smoothly written books I've read in a while. It's very lean, very no-nonsense like the main character, with whom I instantly empathized. He's a cop who cares--so much that now there's trouble at home. Not that it's necessary to be a cop to understand him. Anyone can love something so much that it causes neglect elsewhere. I don't normally read this genre, but it seems to me that this book must do well with readers. The plot and characterization are nicely interwoven. I just kept turning pages.
I found The Nanotech Murders to be an excellent book. I had read several other books by this author and found them to be very good, so I decided to read this one. I'm very glad I did. The book works on several levels. It's great, action-driven sci-fi, but also an engaging mystery. The main characters I found to be very well-rounded. I especially liked Cassandra Smith, the female lead. Looking forward to reading more by this author.