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It is the year 2057, and the last freelance private detective, partnered with an experimental AI named Harv, has a new case to solve involving androids, future tech wizards, out-of-control artificial intelligences, and futuristic mayhem. 

With danger dodging his heels at every turn, Private Investigator Zachary Nixon Johnson, while protecting Sexy Sprockets, a talentless redheaded teen media superstar, from terrorists, finds himself at the mercy of three psionic, superhuman dominatrices bent on world domination.

Performed by Richard Rohan, Kimberly Gilbert, David Coyne, Colleen Delany, Danny Gavigan, Nanette Savard, Ken Jackson, Casie Platt, Bradley Smith, Evan Casey, Eric Messner, Nick DePinto, Elizabeth Jernigan, Gregory Gorton, Michael Glenn, Joe Brack, Terence Aselford, Nathanial Perry, Mort Shelby.

©2005 John Zakour & Lawrence Ganem (P)2012 Graphic Audio, LLC

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  • Mark E Bliven
  • 24-03-21

great pulp science fiction!

once you start, you can't stop. just go and enjoy the series! enjoy this roller coaster ride of Zachary Nixon Johnson!

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  • Chrisptaco
  • 18-03-21

My favorite story YET

I absolutely love the Nuclear Bombshell series, but this one is my absolute favorite. I highly recommend listening to the entire series. It's like listening to old time radio shows. If you haven't yet, I recommend listening to the series in order. Each book references the prior, but its not required. Each story can be listened to in almost any order, but listening to them in order will fill in small pieces of information that would make small things make more sense.