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The Sigma Imperative

The Synth Crisis Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Tucker McDougall
Series: The Synth Crisis, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 49 mins
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Human/synth relations are suffering...and Dhata Mays is stepping in.

Two years after stopping a wicked serial killer, former detective Dhata Mays is called in to investigate a kidnapping. After all, he’s the new “fixer” in town. But when Dhata discovers that there’s more at stake than a missing woman, he knows he’s up against an evil entity that might destroy everything.

With help from his partners, Dhata uncovers a plot that not only involves genocide, but a brand new model of android. It's the final hour and time is running out, but can Dhata Mays pull a hat trick, and bring an end to the synth crisis?

©2018 Greg Dragon (P)2018 Greg Dragon

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  • 03-10-19

A continued adventure

This book pits Dhata against a group who are kidnapping synths. He accepts a job to track down a girl who has been kidnapped as a favor to his contact in the Tampa Police Department. What he finds is that the kidnapping is part of a much larger operation involving a powerful gang and also even more powerful forces.

He must determine who is behind the plot to destroy the synths while he stays ahead of forces who are trying to destroy him and his girl friend.

This book keeps you on the edge of your seat and never lets you guess what the next move is going to be. The narration is outstanding with a wide range of voices for characters that shows emotion well.