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A composer uncompromising in his reckless independence, Alexander Lokshin is not always approachable. Consider this release an icebreaker.
Killer robot dogs playing fetch with weapons of mass destruction! Killer ‘smart’ machines the size of a grain of sand! And every last little thing weaponized! It’s the latest Joe Ledger novel.