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Swerve: A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery

Swerve: A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery (Book 8)

by Mike Markel

FBT review:

Looking for an indie mystery book that will keep you on the edge of your seat? Look no further than "Swerve: A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery" by Mike Markel. Set in the world of self-driving cars and cutting-edge technology, this book follows detectives Seagate and Miner as they try to unravel the mystery behind a series of murders. With plenty of suspects, all with their own secrets and motives, Seagate and Miner are tasked with finding the killer before they strike again. With twists and turns on every page, "Swerve" is the perfect book for fans of indie mysteries and anyone who loves a good whodunit. So why wait? Add "Swerve" to your reading list today and join Seagate and Miner as they race to solve the case before it's too late!

Publisher Description:

The Central Montana State community has waited a year to learn whether Syclone Systems, a maker of self-driving car technology, will enter into a long-term R&D partnership with the university. At a live demo on campus, where the company is expected to announce its decision, its man on campus, Bryan Orville, is run down by one of his experimental cars. Whoever altered the car’s computer code to kill him also erased all the forensic evidence. Because Orville had some nasty habits--fooling around with grad students, stealing promising research ideas, and publicly humiliating professors who didn’t meet his standards--Seagate and Miner are swamped with suspects. When a second body turns up, and then someone hacks Syclone and threatens to put them out of business, the detectives devise a plan to lure the killer out of hiding with a phony reward for solving the hack. But the killer knows there is much more money to be made selling the company’s trade secrets on the dark web. Besides, the killer is quite busy planning one last murder.

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