Sharp: A Mindspace Investigations Novel

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Roc, 2013 - Fiction - 339 pages
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History has a way of repeating itself, even for telepaths . . . As a Level Eight telepath, I am the best police interrogator in the department. But I'm not a cop - I never will be - and my only friend on the force, Homicide Detective Isabella Cherabino, is avoiding me because of a telepathic link I created by accident. And I might not even be an interrogator for much longer. Our boss says unless I pull out a miracle, I'll be gone before Christmas. I need this job, damn it. It's the only thing keeping me sane. Parts for illegal Tech - the same parts used to bring the world to its knees in the Tech Wars sixty years ago - are being hijacked all over the city. Plus Cherbino's longtime nemesis, a cop killer, has resurfaced with a vengeance. If I can stay alive long enough, I just might be able to prove my worth, once and for all . . . Praise for Clean'Reminds me very much (and very fondly) of Jim Butcher's Dresden Files.' SF Signal'A fun blend of Chinatown and Blade Runner.' James Knapp, author of State of Decay

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User Review  - crazybatcow - LibraryThing

I bought books 1 and 2 quite awhile ago then forgot about them. I found Clean the other day and charged through it. It was one of the better urban fantasies I've read in a long time, so I then read ... Read full review

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User Review  - vampiregirl76 - LibraryThing

Good read! A great installment to the series. Alex Hughes has a fascinating writing voice. Lead character Adam is just plain fun to read about. Still not a fan of Cherabino's, but she is growing on me ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Alex Hughes has written since early childhood, and loves great stories in any form, including scifi, fantasy, and mystery. Over the years, Alex has lived in many neighborhoods of the sprawling metro Atlanta area. Decatur, the neighborhood on which Sharp is centered, was Alex's college home.

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