Introducing Art Chester, Urno Barthel, author of Death By Arbitrage or Live Low Die High

“In my experience, there are always hiccups in the publishing process. However, Laura did a great job of shepherding through the changes and I am very satisfied with the overall experience and the final product.”

The author is a technologist and mystery writer. Art’s novels feature true-to-life scientists whose lives are disrupted by terror and murder. Art hosts a website offering practical benefits from the results of scientific research: http://artchester.net Art’s fiction is set in and around Malibu, California, his home for many years. He now lives in Michigan, New York state and Hawaii.


Product description…

Insider trading – white-collar crime. It’s harmless to everyone except a few investors. Or is it? Consider a hedge fund that disrupts emergency calls, making profitable trades while people lie dying. Computer scientist Evan Olsson discovers a company that’s willing to commit murder to fatten its profits. With good friends, technology and a robotic transformation, he uncovers the hidden tricks of their business. Unfortunately, Evan becomes prey as well as pursuer and finds his life in immediate danger. As he tries to dodge a murderous adversary, Evan has to deal with risk of a different kind: an imminent explosion as the two women in his life collide. Death By Arbitrage or Live Low Die High pushes the boundaries of the mystery genre with its blend of adventure and romance in a real-world setting. The work of scientist-author Urno Barthel, it continues the story begun in Death By Probability and Death By Tech. The novels are ideal for fans of mysteries and techno-thrillers. These believable stories and convincing characters pull readers into a new and exciting world.

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