Technology Turned Homicidal

February 6, 2013
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Indie author Emerson Freedman

What is real? What does it mean to have a human identity, in an age when technology threatens to overtake everything we are?

Here’s what is going on in Emerson Freedman‘s thriller “Killer App”…

Jacob’s reality begins to unravel the moment he is hired to hunt down the Chairman’s lost property. As cryptic clues appear out of thin air and the bodies pile up, he realizes that finding the missing machine might be his last chance for salvation.

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Ben has been on the run for as long as he can remember. His last hope to finding answers flaps skinless against a worn brick wall. Now all he can do is run from the steel-bladed killers, heading for a safe haven that haunts his dreams.

Finn and Victoria track the killer, hoping to find out what it wants, and where it is going. Their bickering turns sour as it becomes clear that they are London’s last hope. Thousands of innocent lives hang in the balance.

And as the clock ticks down to midnight, hunters and hunted alike race to work out what is real in a world where even your own memory cannot be trusted.

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