Phil Scott’s new book “Maggie 316” is about a recovered satellite that holds photographs so incriminating, that many are willing to murder to keep them a secret.

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Recent release “Maggie 316” from Page Publishing author Phil Scott delves into the current reality that everyone is under constant surveillance, whether by photos, video, or gps, and this creates a lack of privacy which can lead to ill-conceived results.

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Phil Scott, an avid runner and traveler, has completed his new book “Maggie 316”: a mysterious tale that draws the reader in to witness to the triumph of courage, the power of friendship, and the growth of real love in the midst of tension and uncertainty.

According to Scott, “Imagination is essential for healthy people. (My) world changed faster than (I) did. (I) got lost trying to comprehend what it would mean for (my) grandchildren to grow up in a world layered with surveillance. (I’m) growing older against (my) will, but (I) still enjoy running, traveling, chasing dreams, and living in Northwest Arkansas.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Phil Scott’s intriguing work begins in 1997, when a satellite engineer fearing for his life hid a floppy disk containing three incriminating photos in an access door of a GPS satellite in order to put the photos “out of reach.”

In 2021, private space contractors are hired to remove 2,600 obsolete, useless satellites from earth’s orbit. The satellite, a.k.a. Maggie 316, is mysteriously recovered instead of being incinerated. Four strangers become a formidable team to solve the mystery of the three photos and to discover who had been willing to murder in order to keep the photos secret.

Readers who wish to experience this riveting work can purchase“Maggie 316” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

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