What would Marcel, the narrator think of e-books and the Kindle?
My novel of technology and desire, The Shadow Warriors, just came out on the Kindle for $2.99. Below is the link. The novel is framed by an "Info War" that is disrupting life world wide after malicious software agents penetrate computer systems. My sleuth is a computer security sleuth, and she bites off more than she can chew, romance-wise as well as with some scary new technology.
Here are some excerpts from reviews of the trade paperback and a link to the Amazon Kindle website. This book marries technology, story-telling, international travel, even food. What's not to like?
All of the characters are believable and richly crafted, and the plot is something you might find in an Ian Fleming novel: taking us to foreign cities and cultures, rich with language and cuisine that are reflected delightfully within the prose.” Odyssey Reviews
“A techno-thriller for men AND women.” Al Past, Reviewer
“I found the description of computer sleuthing and the development of soft-ware weapons that would bring the cyber universe to its knees hit the right balance between technology and a rip-roaring good story.” Scott Kimmich, Reviewer
“. . . I could believe in each of the characters and their interrelationships and also because Copek's Raymond Chandlerish repartee is witty without being wearing.” Lowell Thing, WhatIs
“This is an excellent fast-paced cyberthriller, full of deceptions and high-tech intrigue.” Kestrel
End of BSP, i.e. blatant self-promotion, and back to Proust and the Guermantes and the Verdurins and Cottard and all of our French friends.