Future Crime

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Ian MacFergus, a redundant detective in the 24th Century, faced with a series of perfect crimes finds himself drawn into a new life in the future. With the young perpetrators, and a woman and her baby, he comes to understand crime has many meanings in the future, and the Universe may not be what it seems. The team, gathered across time and space, aided by a singular being, has the ultimate agenda.
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About Brian Armour

Brian Armour lives on the Far South Coast of NSW.

Following a career in Information Technology, Police and National Parks he has devoted himself to full-time writing.

Future Crime, his first novel to be published will be followed by another novel and a collection of short stories.

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Reviews of Future Crime by Brian Armour

Aki S reviewed on Sep. 6, 2020

This novel is a must for any sci fi fans out there. The characters are expressed as such that you feel a connection to them early in the novel and throughout. The story line has been meticulously thought out due to the many twists involved and how they seamlessly intertwine is a testament to the writer's abilities. With a good dose of crime and humour thrown in the mix, this one is definitely a riveting read right till the end.
(reviewed 39 days after purchase)
Michael Guest reviewed on May 17, 2018

The novel brilliantly amalgamates contemporary scientific concepts with surrealistic narrative and descriptive effects. The melding of subatomic and genetic potentials in the one entity enables believable access to the fabric of space-time and, thereby, to the ultimate drama of humanity. A phenomenal reflection on the "meaning of time," engaging the ironies and conundrums of time travel, complete with high drama, humour, unpredictable turns of plot and engaging characters. The book is compellingly visual and cinematic.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Rik Hunik reviewed on June 15, 2014

A good addition to the library of any time travel fan. This novel is full of big ideas, with a fascinating concept and an eclectic mix of characters. Always interesting, frequently exciting, with a rather uncomplicated plot, but an exciting and satisfying ending..
(reviewed 43 days after purchase)
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