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Publisher's Summary

This electrifying cyber shock thriller by a Philip K. Dick Award - winning author takes listeners on a terrifying ride through the gritty, neon-lit streets of a future San Francisco.

In the mid twenty-first century San Francisco, a group of corpses is found chained together on the bottom of the bay. Retired police officer Louis Tanner must find the killer among a city full of serial murderers, cyborgs, and street-wise kids. This first book in the Carlucci series introduces famed police lieutenant Frank Carlucci.

©1992 Richard Paul Russo (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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PAINFUL ENDING.

This story is very convoluted and sometimes hard to follow. Otherwise well done but just frustrating at end.
Lately it seems I do not get denouement , you need to read the whole;often tedious series. rather than a frustrating end and NEW beginning
From now on if I cant download from my local library' and feel like each book is worth owning I won't buy it on here but I will if each book speaks for its self or just leaves a good move to the next in series.
Reading the beginning and end chapters is not fulfilling.but! Reading the the text of a series is a lot better way to decide what is worth a credit.