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Review: The Darknet by M.T. Bass

Frank Frisson

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

The Darknet by M.T. Bass is the second book in the Murder by Munchausen Mysteries series, offering readers of the very first book a brand new outlook on Bass’s futuristic synthetic humanoid filled world. A world in which people can murder other people by getting a reprogrammer to get an android to do the deed. In the first book, the first person narrator was Jake of the malfunctioning android hunting Geek Squad. His former Robbery/Homicide detective partner, the attractive Maddie, takes over the wheel here.

The Baron is still at large and he is hidden somewhere in what is called the Darknet. Much to her dismay, Maddie is partners once again with Jake since the killer killing her victims might be one and the same. The victims that turn up seem to be replicas to victims murdered a long time ago. As…

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