Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 23, 2012
Author Mark T. Bacome today released “Hereditary Evil,” the second book in “Descendants,” his series of four science fiction suspense thrillers chronicling the gripping story of Kutch, an employee of Corporate, the single remaining state-corporate complex of the year 15,676. Kutch infiltrates his employer’s database and uncovers classified records about the violent ancient history of mankind. Now available on Amazon.com, the book continues to follow Kutch, the sole holder of secrets about humanity’s history on Earth, in a tale spanning the galaxy and multiple dimensions.
Plotlines crisscross in this hypnotic sequel, where Kutch, accused of several mysterious deaths, is on the run from Corporate’s Security Forces. Li, Kutch's Artificial Intelligence unit, has been removed from Kutch’s head, and is now in "process" to obtain her own physical body. Forces are trying to find both the well-hidden Li and Kutch and terminate them before information goes public. All the while, Li is slowly discovering surprising new abilities and unexpected senses. But time is running short; she will need to quickly harness all of her new talents in order to save Kutch, even if it is at her own expense.
While engaging readers in the captivating story of Kutch’s journey, Bacome deftly explores subjects ranging from the morality of Artificial Intelligence to cults to the nature of human violence. “Hereditary Evil” is available now at http://www.amazon.com/Hereditary-Evil-Desendants-ebook/dp/B00AMQDVTE/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1355322486&sr=8.
For a review copy of “Hereditary Evil,” please contact Eva Dilman at eva(dot)dilman(at)expertsubjects(dot)com.
About Mark T. Bacome
Mark T. Bacome has an extensive creative background ranging from professional musician, graphic artist, published cartoonist and writer/director/producer of several thousand radio and television commercials. “Descendants” is his first full-length novel and the first in a series of four. He lives in Silverdale, Washington with his wife and daughter. For more information on Bacome and his work, please visit http://www.marktbacome.com and http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mark-T-Bacome-Author/276670252404701