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Dark Ride Deception
Author: Mark S. Bacon
Series: Nostalgia City Mysteries, Book 4
Genres: Crime Thriller, Thriller
Tag: Recommended Books
ISBN: 0578935899
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Is Tom Wyrick Dead? The computer genius is missing. So are his priceless AI tech secrets. Time for Lyle to go undercover again.

Tom Wryick’s mind-bending technology will rocket Arizona's Nostalgia City theme park decades ahead of the competition. But the computer genius is missing. So are his AI secrets. Is he dead? On the run? And where is his breath-taking, billion-dollar discovery, the Perception Deception Effect?

An FBI agent theorizes the People’s Republic of China is responsible for the disappearance. The Nostalgia City CEO, however, is convinced a rival theme park is behind the theft. He drafts ex-cop turned theme park cab driver Lyle Deming to fly to Florida to find the missing computer scientist and recover his secrets.

Back in Nostalgia City, park executive, 6’ 2½” Kate Sorensen, a former college basketball star, is persuaded to investigate the death of an actor starring in a Vietnam-era crime movie being filmed at the Arizona park. Nostalgia City is a meticulous re-creation of a 1970s small town.

Shrugging off jet lag, anxiety, and oppressive humidity, Lyle goes undercover, using a parade of false identities to infiltrate behind-the-scenes operations at other theme parks. He’s forced to jump from one covert scheme to another as his identity is exposed and his safety jeopardized.

In the meantime, Kate confronts a mentally unstable actor—who is fresh out of rehab. But she may be forced to give up the murder case—Lyle needs help.

Kate and Lyle have little time to explore their nascent relationship as both their investigations turn deadly, threatening them and the future of Nostalgia City.

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