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Delhi Deadlines, Virtually, Dead Mens Fingers: OMNIBUS EDITION Sheldon Smith

Delhi Deadlines, Virtually, Dead Mens Fingers: OMNIBUS EDITION

Sheldon Smith

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DELHI DEADLINESA washed out journalist, posted to India to cover a bloody election campaign, uncovers truths about his sons life - and death - in the country, truths that test loyalties forged in the war zones of Bosnia and Rwanda. A fiercelyMoreDELHI DEADLINESA washed out journalist, posted to India to cover a bloody election campaign, uncovers truths about his sons life - and death - in the country, truths that test loyalties forged in the war zones of Bosnia and Rwanda. A fiercely evocative narrative of modern-day India, filled with the clamour and hot stinks of its capital, this is a novel of death woven through with life.VIRTUALLYA computer technician at Virtual Enterprises, one of the world’s largest Virtual Reality companies, J. lives a fairly ordinary life. Except for the prescient dreams he has started having. Foretastes of the future. Visions of death. As he tries to save those he loves from the future he has seen, J. is forced to choose sides: the company he has loyally served for years, whose memory rewriting algorithms might have warped his mind and created his visions- or The Friends of the Constitution, the terrorist group seeking J.’s help to unleash their promised ‘reign of terror’ against Virtual Enterprises and the evil of VR. A simple computer technician, hoarder of late twentieth century appliances, clairvoyant, telepath, mental health patient: just who is the real J.? Which reality is real? And does it really matter?DEAD MEN’S FINGERSA young girl, molested and killed. One man, convicted of her death. Five lives, tangled in the web of this horrific crime… The release of Elizabeth Connor’s killer, his conviction quashed on a technicality, reopens old wounds in those touched by the tragedy of the girl’s death. Hate, revenge, indifference, murder: lives which were newly built are once again faced with horrors which are not of their making.