|Mimic, Book Two of The Identity Trilogy, Is Now Available
Investigate the World of Android with Detective Drake 3GI2RC
|The Identity Trilogy | Published 28 December 2012|
I couldn’t permanently harm the men I was after.
I also couldn’t communicate with them because access to their comm was blocked. I held my left hand high and broadcast an image of my badge with scrolling ID under it, leaving it in place in the air before me and controlled by my onboard PAD as I reached
for my airbelt controls.
The men stopped working and pointed at me as I pressed the controls of the airbelt.
The airbelt lifted me from the ground and shot me toward the wreckage. Two of the suspects nearest me pulled laser pistols and took aim. They didn’t use slug-throwers because the resulting recoil would wreak havoc on them in the microgravity. Laser pistols didn’t have a recoil issue.
Detective Drake’s Investigation Continues
In the future, the world has changed, but crime has not. Mimic is set in the gritty, cyber-noir world of Android. The story of New Angeles Detective Drake 3GI2RC continues as he navigates the tangled web of lies and corruption that lie in wait around every corner.
Set in the Android universe and following the events of Golem, Mimic continues the story of New Angeles Detective Drake 3GI2RC after he has been reassigned to the moon with a new partner.
Drake is not your average Bioroid. First, he’s one of the New Angeles Police Department’s few android cops, and second, he’s haunted by the memories of another man, Simon Blake. Still struggling with questions about his identity, Drake continues to seek answers about his identity: where does his programming end, and his own personality begin?
For more information on this tale of cyberpunk noir, visit our website for The Identity Trilogy and check out our previews of the first and second chapters. Then head to your local retailer or visit our webstore to pick up or download your copy today!
Mel Odom’s The Identity Trilogy is a series of novels set in the Android universe, and it tells a story of murder, manipulation, and mystery in a world where humanity and technology collide.