News for May 2011
The Reluctant Detective 2
Presenting a chapter preview of Free Fall, a novel by William H. Keith
Free Fall | Published 02 May 2011

“The city of New Angeles is big, almost sixty thousand square kilometers tucked in between the coast and the Andes, from the Guayaquil District to Esmeraldas, and following the Guayllabamba Valley east through the Andes del Oeste to the international border at Quito. They say over a billion people live here, and I don’t doubt it. It’s big, it’s sprawling, it’s noisy, it’s crooked as a politician’s view of life, and, unfortunately, it’s home.”
-Free Fall, William H. Keith

Today, you are welcomed to delve inside New York Times Bestselling author William H. Keith’s Free Fall, the engaging novel based in the dystopian world of Android, the board game of murder and conspiracy set in the future.

In Free Fall it is the future, and murder is still an all-too-common occurrence. When an influential lawyer is brutally murdered at the top of the Beanstalk, Earth’s towering exoatmospheric elevator used for interplanetary trade, Captain of Detectives Rick Harrison finds himself on the hunt for a killer. At the center of a deep conspiracy, Harrison’s investigation leads him from the megapolis of New Angeles to the moon base of Heinlein and face to face with a question he never expected: what is the true definition of humanity?

Entering Tommy Liu’s Diner

The rich universe of futuristic corruption is memorably introduced and expanded upon in William H. Keith’s first chapter (pdf, 591 KB), now available for download from the support page.

Preview Rick Harrison’s introduction to a high-profile murder case, reintroduce yourself to a familiar Android character, and prepare for the evidence to start piling up.

Watch for more previews of Rick’s journey through this corrupt world in the next few weeks, and pre-order Free Fall today!

Free Fall is the first novel based on Fantasy Flight Games’s Android, and it tells a story of murder and conspiracy in a dystopian future. This rich universe is masterfully brought to life by New York Times Bestselling author William H. Keith, winner of the H.G. Wells Award and multiple Origins awards, and the celebrated author of over 150 novels, short stories, and other published works.

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JerusalemJones
Published: 5/2/2011 7:13:23 PM
#2

Teasers! Gotta love it.

gdotbat
Published: 5/2/2011 3:40:25 PM
#1

 Woot! Reading it now!

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