Combining the first and fourth novels of S. Andrew Swann s genre-spanning series, "The Moreau Quartet: Volume One" centers on moreau private detective Nohar Rajasthan, and includes a new afterword by the author.
It s 2053, and the U.S. has long since genetically engineered life successfully. Moreaus, humanoid and animal hybrids, and frankensteins, genetically manipulated humans, live as second-class citizens.
Nohar Rajasthan is a moreau, a humanoid of tiger stock. Raised by a human after his parents death, Nohar ekes out a career as a private eye. Mixing science fiction with detective thrillers, Nohar s story leaps off the page with all the nonstop excitement and danger of an action blockbuster.
In "Forests of the Night" " "When Nohar accepts a commission from a frankenstein to investigate the death of the campaign manager of a local politico, all hell breaks loose. Nohar finds himself targeted by everyone from local cops to federal agents to a drug-running gang to an assassin with a 100% kill rate.
In "Fearful Symmetries" Nohar retired from the private eye business ten years ago, and just wants to spend his remaining time in the peace and quiet of his wilderness homestead. So when a human lawyer asks him to take on a missing moreau case, he refuses and soon after is attacked by a paramilitary team. Now Nohar must find the missing moreau and discover why some- one wants him dead."
The Moreau Quartet: Volume One
Forests of the Night / Fearful Symmetries