Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Serial Box presents: NINTH STEP STATION by Malka Older, Fran Wilder, Jacqueline Koyanagi and Curtis C Chen


Serial Box will release Ninth Step Station in bundled ebook and audio, a crime procedural taking place in a future version of Tokyo. Ninth Step Station carries the forward momentum of CSI and Law & Order or a Tana French book, while also maintaining the futuristic political intrigue of Netflix’s Altered Carbon, which is itself based on the novel by Richard K. Morgan. The series was written by the blockbuster team of Malka Older, Fran Wilde, Jacqueline Koyanagi, and Curtis C. Chen. You can read more about the author team here.

The world of Ninth Step Station takes place after years of disaster and conflict have left Tokyo split among great powers.  

In the city of drone-enforced borders, bodymod black markets, and desperate resistance movements, US peacekeeper Emma Higashi is assigned to partner with Tokyo Metropolitan Police Detective Miyako Koreda.

Together, they must race to solve a series of murders that test their relationship and threaten to overturn the balance of global power. And amid the chaos, they each need to decide what price they are willing to pay for peace.

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