Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Doctor Mars by T. A. Uner (Mindcop Dossiers, #1)

Doctor Mars
by T.A. Uner

My rating: 4 stars


Series: Mindcop Dossiers, Book 1
Publication Date: June 23, 2014
Publisher: T. A. Uner
Genre: Urban Fantasy | Sci-fi
Print Length: 43 pages
Available from: Amazon

Synopsis:

In the early 22nd century, Mars has been fully colonized and terraformed by humans. On this new Earth colony the members of the MCPF (Mars Colonial Police Force) keep the peace. Liberty Rise is a gifted mutant with the power to manipulate time using her "mind-shifting" technique. As a member of the Mindcop division, she must use her skill to solve paranormal crimes.

When a recluse scientist named Dr. Andreas Hitzig threatens the safety of Mars, Liberty and the MCPF must intervene.

Doctor Mars (Mindcop Dossiers, #1)My Review
Doctor Mars by T. A. Uner

In futuristic time, after Earth has colonized Mars, it would seem that life on the red planet is mimicking life on Earth, the good, the bad and the ugly. When a diabolic plot to take over the planet is uncovered during a murder investigation, Detective Liberty Rise and her cranky partner, Detective Muir are on the case, never realizing just where this trail would lead. Liberty is a gifted mutant with the power to manipulate time using her "mind-shifting" technique, feared by many, accepted by few, she has the power to go beyond the physical evidence to “see” the event happening. What she discovers goes beyond evil. With a partner who isn’t sure how he feels about her and while still learning to master her technique, has she bitten off more than she can chew?

Think over-the-top cop show on steroids, in a good way! T. A. Uner has mixed the grit and grime of contemporary detective novels with a futuristic flare and topped it off with paranormal powers that will intrigue each reader. Populating his world with strong characters, wearing distinct personalities and a plot that can only be the work of a very creative mind, T. A. Uner has packed some great reading into just a few pages. His usage of a mad scientist and his trusty aid adds to this tale perfectly, as does the unique name of said assistant. The only thing I didn’t see or hear was the lightning storm and the maniacal cackling! I've read other works by T. A. Uner and this cements his ability as a creative force able to change his tone in the literary world

I received this copy from T. A. Uner in exchange for my honest review.

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