In near-future USA, world-weary private eye Henry Thorner is charged with tracking down data thief Tanner Griffen. In a world where all data is owned by the multinational OraCorp and leveraged by its all encompassing social network Ora, off-grid Henry is a lone voice of stalwart independence.
When Ora shows Tanner at the scene of a murder hundreds of miles away from his hiding place, no one is more surprised than Tanner himself. Private eye and thief hook up with Jeopardy, a damaged and dangerous mercenary, in a race to find out who framed Tanner and why.
Mixing detective neo-noir, science fiction and a dash of social commentary, It Looks Like You're Writing a Letter cuts an exhilarating and darkly amusing swathe through the big questions of our increasingly connected world - just how comfortable should we be with the corporations that own our digital souls?
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About the Author
Alexander is a writer, musician and artist living in York, England. When not writing, he composes music for theatre and film, plays guitar in a rock band and teaches Wing Chun Kung Fu. He lives with his long-suffering wife Lucy and his son Marlowe, who was named after the private detective, rather than the writer.