The artificial intelligence in our electronic devices is becoming smarter and smarter every day. You’ve synced your telephone and laptop to your car, and before long the AI will drive the car for you.  The way things are going, you won’t even have to think anymore – the AI will think for you, and make decisions for you based on algorithms and community standards established by … (hold on a minute there, Hoss. Algorithms and community standards established by who?)

It’s within the realm of possibility that the artificial intelligence in our devices and server networks could begin to think for itself. In the future, robots with cyber brains might begin making their own decisions, without the limitations of man’s organic brain, and without the foolish mistakes he makes because of his primitive instincts … robots like Winston February, a super intelligent android who takes control of a worldwide corporation, and then tosses the owner out of a helicopter into the icy waters of the South Atlantic Ocean …

Our story begins in the not too distant future, before Vanessa Alvarado has her brain interfaced with an advanced AI processor. Before she becomes the half android, half human Nancy Johnson, the futuristic federal cop in the tight little rubber suit. When she was still an affluent Colombian college student who knew Captain Dominguez as Oscar Mendoza, an American spy on a mission to infiltrate the Inca Resurrección, a dangerous drug gang moving kilos of the cremita high in the Peruvian Andes.

And who’s side is Eddie Dominguez really on anyway? … and why did the same guy who gave him his undercover assignments introduce him to Winston February? … the advanced Andy Smith Custom with the clinically insane creator who wants to eliminate the human race?

February offers Eddie a new job, smuggling illicit worker androids across the border. Eddie forms an alliance with an eccentric Mexican crime boss and makes millions. Everything is going great for Eddie and Larry and their screwball gang of computer programmers and truck driving misfits, but the cops are on to them. Just about the time the heat moves in, the robots turn on the humans, and Nancy’s DTIA agents make an astounding discovery – instead of the expected blue caps, they find a truckload of robotic soldiers, in battle fatigues and carrying laser weapons …

Proceed to Chapter One





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