Court Kasie

A high school intern facing deportation…
A plot to bribe a Supreme Court Justice…
A case that could ignite a nation?

Fearing deportation, a gifted high school student flees the ICE agent who deported her parents and takes refuge in the Supreme Court where she discovers a plot to bribe an Associate Justice. More

Available ebook formats: epub

Words: 64,250
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781370223053
About Bill Gourgey

Critically acclaimed author, Bill Gourgey, has been praised by reviewers and readers for his entertaining and thought-provoking projections of modern science and technology. His books include the Glide Trilogy, which won the Beverly Hills Book Award in Science Fiction, and his Cap City Kids young adult mystery-thriller series about talented but disadvantaged teens who take on Washington, DC.

A former IT consultant to Fortune 500 companies and managing partner at Accenture, he has designed and developed software for the communications, utilities, finance, and high tech industries. With a passion for both technology and creative writing, his sci fi and young adult mystery thrillers feature technology’s dual-edged promise. Gourgey has held board and advisory positions at various technology startups. He has been a panelist at Digital Hollywood, and speaker at Intervention Con. He is also the Managing Editor of The Delmarva Review, a literary journal.

Gourgey is a graduate of Cornell University with degrees in Electrical Engineering and Materials Science, where he received numerous academic honors. He currently attends the graduate program in Science Writing at Johns Hopkins University. He lives with his family in Washington, DC and on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

About the Series: Cap City Kids
A homeless young hacker with nothing to lose...

A teen artist on the run...

A high school intern facing deportation...

Don't miss the suspense when these talented hard-luck teens take on Washington, DC!

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