Murder U.A.V. (A Charlie Komensky Novel)

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When Charlie’s fiancée Linda is arrested for domestic terrorism, failing to prove her innocence draws him into a nightmare of death and perversion where Linda isn’t the sweet girl he knew. It’s a world of secret sex clubs, covert militias and high-tech weapons beyond his imagination, where Charlie hangs onto moral high ground by his fingertips. No other case has led Charlie into sexier situations, faster action, more thrills, or higher stakes.

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More brutal, more depraved, and more dangerous than any adversary private detective Charlie Komensky has ever encountered, this sadist’s reach is pervasive and global. Unwatched, he will rape or kill the most innocent. Undeterred, he will gather unsuspecting followers by the thousands. Unstopped, he will destroy the oldest and most powerful of institutions. When Charlie’s fiancée Linda is arrested for domestic terrorism, failing to prove her innocence draws him into a nightmare of death and perversion where Linda isn’t the sweet girl he knew. It’s a world of secret sex clubs, covert militias and high-tech weapons beyond his imagination; one where Charlie hangs onto moral high ground by his fingertips. No other case has led Charlie into sexier situations, faster action, more thrills, or higher stakes. Is the end near for Charlie and Linda—and maybe for society as we know it?

Drones in the Vatican?

In Murder U.A.V., Private Eye Charlie Komensky discovers--or rather is forced to discover--the alarming truth that the Church has a secret paramilitary organization as well armed and high-tech as any to be found in spy thrillers. Among the weapons in their arsenal are Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, also known as U.A.V.s or drones, equipped to fire lasers, conventional firearms and guided missiles at their targets. It is the theft and repurposing of such a drone by the Black Bishop that sets off the series of events in this novel. Is this possible? Why not? Just because the Church has historically raised its armies for holy wars with the help of friendly kings and emperors doesn't mean that other alternatives aren't available to it. The armor of righteousness just may include drones.

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