COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (PRWEB) May 18, 2021
Jeffrey Roth, a former high-school English teacher and North Dakota oil field worker, has completed his new book “Half Man: Inspector from the San Francisco Armored Police”: a story with nonstop action and mystery engrossing readers as they follow the life of Tyrel, an Armored Police Inspector on the hunt of a transhuman suspect.
The author writes: “Tyrel left his unenlightened Wyoming family to start a new life in the city. He proudly served with the Armored Police, earning the cushy rank of inspector. Mired in the complications of office politics, he daydreams about the last time he felt like a man and cleaned up the streets in the armored suit. When he’s assigned the case that nobody wants, he struggles to navigate technological reality with his simple black-and-white compass through societal failure and superior city technology. His transhuman suspect beats him at every turn. Moral compromise gnaws away his manhood with tiny bites. As he unravels the mystery, two-tone Tyrel decides the role of law enforcement in a world painted gray with neon highlights.
While embracing dystopian cyberpunk, Half Man distinguishes itself by tackling transhumanism in context of our embittered culture war. The reconciliation of Middle America and Coastal America is a greater challenge than bonding man with machine.”
Published by Page Publishing, Roth’s thrilling account of a man tackling so much more in today’s society than just crime is sure to captivate every reader from the very first sentence.
Readers who wish to experience this riveting work can purchase “Half Man: Inspector from the San Francisco Armored Police” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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