Twenty years after the unsolved case of Stacey Walker's disappearance went cold, a Silicon Valley executive hires the retired Menlo Park police detective Hank Madden to find her body and track down her missing husband, the prime suspect in her unsolved murder.
Kristen Kroiter was 16, a high-school sophomore, when she was injured in a car accident. Dr. Ted Cogan had saved her life when he treated her in the ER six months ago. But now police detectives were questioning Cogan about her, in intimate detail. What was going on? What had she told them? That’s just it, the cops said. She hadn’t told them anything. She had died. Looked like a suicide. And Cogan was in a heap of trouble.
"Highs and Lows of Knife Music"
Richie Forman is freshly out of prison. By night, he makes a living impersonating Frank Sinatra in San Francisco's lounges and corporate parties. When his ex-best friend - the man who stole his fiancée while he was in prison - is found hacked to death in his garage, Richie becomes the prime suspect. In a murder mystery with the twists and turns of a microchip, Carnoy weaves his characters like a master. He has written an authentic, irresistible thriller that is sure to chill and delight.
"Wish R.C. Bray Did A Better Sinatra"
We've only got about seven or eight months to go before Apple introduces its next iPhones and there's been some chatter about Apple putting out three new iPhones instead of the usual two, with one being a super high-end model with prices for it approaching $1,000 in the U.S.
"Android Co-Founder Rich Miner Heading up 'Mysterious' Google Education Project" is from CNET.com, published on July 08, 2016. It was written by David Carnoy and narrated by Rex Anderson.
"Space Program's Greatest Gift to Humanity: Stink-Free Underwear You Can Wear for a Week" is from CNET.com, published on May 6, 2016. It was written by David Carnoy and narrated by Rex Anderson.
"Samsung Galaxy S7's One Flaw: It Still Runs Android" is from CNET.com, published on March 13, 2016. It was written by David Carnoy and narrated by Rex Anderson.
"Apple Watch Is $100 off, but Here's Why You Shouldn't Buy One" was published on January 4, 2015 on CNET.com. It was written by David Carnoy and narrated by Rex Anderson.