STILL NOT DEAD, the new fast-paced thriller from the bestselling author of the NOT SO DEAD TRILOGY
“This latest book is as chilling as it is thrilling, and I simply couldn't put it down! This series is truly speculative political intrique at its best.”
—JO NIEDERHOFF, San Francisco Book Review
If you like heart-pounding action, mind-bending inventions, and terrifying villains, then you'll love Charles Levin's gripping saga.
Charlie is the author of three fast-paced technothrillers Not So Dead, NOT SO GONE, and NOT SO DONE. based on his 26 years of experience in the high tech world and his degree in philosophy. He is the founder of Pathfinder Consulting Group, which builds, maintains, and markets multi-million dollar web sites together with providing Strategic Planning and Business Development services.
Praise for Charlie's Work
“There's a cutting-edge current to every page that's hard to resist, so get ready to engage your heart and your mind.”
—Steve Berry, New York Times Best Selling Author on Not So Dead
“A tense, high-powered techno-thriller.”
—Kirkus Review on Not So Dead
“A gripping tale that will leave readers wondering what death-defying feat the hero will perform in the next series entry.”
—Kirkus Reviews on Not So Gone
“A stunning follow-up to Not So Dead, Not So Gone takes us on a heart-pounding journey of modern terrorism and the heroes who rise to stop it.”
—Jo Niederhoff, San Francisco Book Review on Not So Gone
“A spy technothriller for the modern age that you won't be able to put down...”
—San Francisco Book Review on Not So Done
“...well-spun, page-turning roller coaster of action and possibility.”
—Midwest Book Review on Not So Done
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Why Not So Dead? Most readers enjoy thrillers for their fun, excitement, and uncertainty. I thought it would be interesting to combine a good thriller story and compelling characters with the wonders and worries of the latest in science and technology. The book may raise more questions than it answers about who we are and what’s important or ethical, but sometimes the questions are more significant than the answers. Aren’t they?
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