Breaking Faith by Maynard F. Thomson
Featuring Nason Nichols, P.I.

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The theft of vital technological information could spell disaster for Zoltec Industries, the world's only producer of high-powered-microprocessor computer chips. Enter tough, smart private detective Nason Nichols, who--joined by Zoltec's top scientist, Dr. Rachel Ornstein--races across New England to disentangle a web of intrigue, deception, scams and blackmail.

About Maynard F. Thomson

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Thomson is a lawyer.
Published October 1, 1996 by Pocket Books. 373 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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By the time he finds the hapless cop and turns him over to his avid colleagues--an arrest that leads at length to riots instead of a well-behaved denouement--Nase will be well on his way to getting the dirt on every shyster, developer, demagogue, and fellow blue-ribboner in town.

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Boston PI Nason Nichols (Trade Secrets) gets a hard lesson in urban politics after the murder of a much-admired black college student during a police sweep in the youth's neighborhood.

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