Theft. Deception. Murder. The Travelers agree to wreck a computer server and steal a newly developed data-mining program. A simple, lucrative job. Or it would have been if their employer had told them half the truth. Instead, they discover that they’ve been thrown into a poorly-planned scam. Nothing is as it seems, and the Travelers must scramble if they are to stay ahead of both the criminals and the police.
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Michael P. King
How many times have you heard or read a news report that made you think, “You just can’t make this stuff up. What could they possibly have been thinking?” People often involve themselves in a chain of events that leads to unforeseen consequences simply because they want to take what they think is the easy way out or what they think is a short cut to wealth or fame. I’m fascinated by this tendency, and it’s the jumping off place for my fiction.
I’m a Kirkus Reviews critically acclaimed crime fiction writer. I’m currently working on a series of noir crime thrillers featuring a husband and wife team of con artists, the Travelers, who specialize in stealing from other criminals. The Traveling Man and The Computer Heist are out now. The Blackmail Photos, the third novel of the series, will be released later this year.