The Invisible Mind
(2021)

Fiction

eAudiobook

Provider: hoopla

Details

PUBLISHED
[United States] : Findaway Voices, 2021
Made available through hoopla
EDITION
Unabridged
DESCRIPTION

1 online resource (1 audio file (3hr., 23 min.)) : digital

ISBN/ISSN
9781946266187 MWT16112746, 1946266183 16112746
LANGUAGE
English
NOTES

Read by Jason Arnold

"After the ending of The Darknet I couldn't grab The Invisible Mind fast enough…I love this series…" - J.D. Bronder Book Reviews (5 of 5 Stars) "M.T. Bass melds the characters into a macabre tale of murder and mayhem confounded with artificial intelligence…skillfully crafted to keep you entertained and guessing." - Rosepoint Publishing Reviews (4½ of 5 Stars) "M.T. Bass kept me on edge the entire way. I can't compare it to anything else." - Frank Frission Reviews (5 of 5 Stars) ________________________________________________ Now unleashed, the "Baron" is resurrecting history's notorious serial killers, giving them a second life in the bodies of hacked and reprogrammed Personal Assistant Androids, then turning them loose to terrorize the city. While detectives Jake and Maddie of the police department's Artificial Crimes Unit scramble to stop the carnage with the Baron's arrest, the cyberpunk head of the Counter IT Section, Q, struggles to de-encrypt his mad scheme to infect world data centers with a virus that represents a collective cyber unconsciousness of evil. "It might not make sense, but the beloved Media tags it 'Murder by Munchausen.' For a price, there are hackers out there who will reprogram a synthoid to do your dirty work. The bad news: no fingerprints or DNA left at the crime scene. The good news-at least for us-is that they're like missiles: once they hit their target, they're usually as harmless as empty brass. The trick is to get them before they melt down their core OS data, so you can get the unit into forensics for analysis and, hopefully, an arrest." [excerpt from Murder by Munchausen] Artificial Intelligence? Fuhgeddaboudit! Artificial Evil has a name…Munchausen

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