Taking the Highway

Taking the Highway

M. H. Mead


As a lot a shrewdpermanent crime mystery because it is sci-fi, this novel hugely inspired me. --The TBR Pile

I love the belief of this futuristic Detroit. --Offbeat Vagabond Reviews

When hitchhiking turns into the occupation that saves the town, who will retailer the hitchhikers?

Detroit is prospering, once more at the flow. the foremost to this movement could be the fourths--professional hitchhikers who around out incomplete carpools, permitting the automobile front to the superfast, computer-controlled highways.

the town wishes fourths. Fourths want the paintings. it is an ideal way to earn a few additional cash.

Or to finish up useless.

an individual is killing fourths and the one person who can cease the killer is jaded murder detective Andre LaCroix, who moonlights as a fourth himself.

Taking the Highway is the latest technology fiction mystery from the authors of The Caline Conspiracy and Fate's Mirror.

Praise for Taking the Highway...

Wonderfully unique tale of suggest streets, suffering police officers, and previous, previous passions. great experience. --Richard A. Thompson, writer of Frag Box

Good rules, secret, human curiosity, a romance that did not make me nauseous and motion, motion, motion! they've got me revving my engine for his or her subsequent novel. --Papyrus Reviews

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