Cover Reveal: The Reckless Engineer by Jac Wright

The Reckless Engineer THE RECKLESS ENGINEER is the first book in published poet and author Jac Wright’s full-length literary suspense and psychological thriller series by the same title published by Soul Mate Publishing.

The central character of the series, Jeremy Aiden Stone, is a highly skilled and qualified Electrical Engineer solving crime in the high-tech environments he finds himself in. He tags along with his friends Harry Stavers and Stephen Barrett, criminal and corporate lawyers respectively, and solves crimes set around corporate and academic environments using his versatile engineering skills. Jeremy is educated at Stanford and UC Berkeley which gives him the liberal attitude that the character needs to use the devices that he designs and manufactures to monitor, eavesdrop, and break into places to find the culprits, and to get himself into and out of dangerous situations in the process, without any qualms.

Genres: Mystery
Series: The Reckless Engineer
Length: 400 pgs
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing
Publication Date: Coming Soon

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About the Author:

The Reckless EngineerJac Wright is a published poet, published author, and an electronics engineer educated at Stanford, University College London, and Cambridge who lives and works in England. Jac studied English literature from the early age of three, developing an intense love for poetry, drama, and writing in Speech & Drama classes taken every Saturday for fourteen years, and in subsequent creative writing classes taken during the university years. A published poet, Jac’s first passion was for literary fiction and poetry writing as well as for the dramatic arts.

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