The Memory Detective by T.S. Nichols. Published by Alibi

Cole is a homicide cop who takes his job very seriously. It’s sometime in the future, and Cole is able to access the memories of a murder victim through a rather lengthy surgical procedure. He’s able to witness the victim’s death, and thus solve it, but at what cost? As he pursue the killer of his latest victim. he begins to believe he’s being watched, and he’s right. A powerful corporation wants to use the technology Cole uses to solve murders for their own nefarious purposes, and they won’t stop at killing one cop to get what they need. So much of our lives are in the public domain now, how frightening would it be if people could read our minds, mine our memories? Nichols taps into the fear we all have in an age when nothing is secret or sacred


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