The last resort / Michael Kaufman.
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|Fertile Public Library||M KAU (Text)||33500013737572||New||Checked out||02/15/2023|
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- ISBN: 9781639102075
- ISBN: 1639102078
- Physical Description: 266 pages ; 25 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Crooked Lane, 2023.
"It's March 2034, six months after D.C. police detective Jen Lu and Chandler, her sentient bio-computer and wannabe tough guy implanted in her brain, cracked the mystery of Eden. The climate crisis is hitting harder than ever: a mega-hurricane has devastated the eco-system and waves of refugees pour into Washington, D.C. Environmental lawyer and media darling Patty Garcia dies in a bizarre accident on a golf course. Of the seven billion people on the planet, only Jen thinks she was murdered. After all, Garcia just won a court case for massive climate change reparations to be paid out by oil, gas, and coal companies. Jen is warned off, but she and Chandler start digging. Signs point to Garcia's abusive ex, a former oil giant, but soon Jen turns up more suspects who have an even greater motive for committing murder"-- Provided by publisher.
Michael Kaufman is the author of two novels and seven works of non-fiction. He has worked with the United Nations, governments, NGOs, educators, and companies in fifty countries to promote women's rights.
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