Back in 2015, I published a book... Project Hermes. (First published as Bloodflow.)
It's the little things that kill
The highest levels of the government believe Project Hermes is the best way to control America’s immigration problem. A simple microchip carrying a citizen’s information will allow officials to sort out who belongs—and who doesn’t. Harmless.
Unless the chip carries more than just information.
Agent Miranda Kruz of the Terrorism Task Force has reason to believe something is very wrong with Project Hermes. People are dying and the clues all point to a microchip implant. But Randi’s superiors don’t want anything or anyone interfering with their pet project. They’re threatening her job, her loved ones, and her life to keep her from revealing their secret. With the help of medical examiner, Vic Hammond, and electronics engineer, Jack Davis, Randi has to uncover the truth and make it public before anyone else is targeted for death.
Locating the madmen behind these executions will be hard enough—stopping them might just be impossible.
Today, I saw this headline about a Swedish company that's developed a microchip to prove your vaccine passport status. Umm, not only no, but hell no. That's some scary shit right there, folks.
Microchipping people. Not just fiction anymore. Of course, I couldn't have conceived of this pandemic and the lengths certain people would go to with it six years ago, so the chip I came up with is designed to hold your citizenship status... and so much more... but the idea's the same.
By the way, Project Hermes will be available in Kindle Unlimited for another month. After that, it'll go wide. Read it for free with your KU subscription today. Or pick up a Kindle copy. Or, if you're anti-Amazon, keep an eye out for when it goes live everywhere else.