Thirty Four Minutes Dead by Steve Hammond Kaye

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The Memory-Camera Project - a new, terrifying dawn for mankind...

What if you could read the minds of political leaders during Peace Summits? What if you could see and hear what the murder victim saw? What if you could judge evil acts without the need for DNA or any other detective work?

Gregory Vain, a pioneering neurosurgeon attempts revolutionary explorations on the human brain of the recently deceased. The genius of Vain is recognised by powerful security organisations in Britain and the United States, funded by secret organisations they initiate...

‘The Memory-Camera Project’.

The scientific ability to unlock the frozen images within the minds of the dead and to read the living, thinking brain has far reaching consequences. Access to these image-vaults are stored and replayed. The murder victims’ slayer can then be identified in the last moments stationed within the cortex, this can frame the guilt and evil of the killer and bring them to swift justice – in an ideal world. The MC-Project, invisible to the wider world until global revelations takes the human race onto a macabre new journey...

Steve Hammond Kaye’s neo-gothic techno-thriller of power, knowledge, violence, treachery and blood-lust enjoy the paginated battleground in this dystopian vision of the near future - Thirty Four Minutes Dead…

'She'll laugh at your fire…, burn in your fire…, die in your fire…'


'One of the most thought-provoking suspense-novels I've ever read. Thirty Four Minutes Dead is, without doubt, one of the most enjoyable books I've read in recent years. It's a well-woven, film-like novel that pulsates with violence, sex and horror. Think 'Resident Evil' & 'Saw'. Think 'The Enemey of The State' & 'James Bond' and think '9 1/2 Weeks' and 'Emmanuelle'. - JB Lazarte - Author, USA
'This is one of those rare novels that can almost burn its avant-garde visuals into your brain. This has potential to be a really successful book and i'm excited to see future novels by this British author.' - Greg Matrox - Author, UK
'The character development and exposition are tied up to the story progression - especially those of Gregory Vain and Marcia Levene. All in all, this is a thinking reader's thriller that makes one consider the social and political implications of modern developments in neuroscience and the tightening government control. A must-read.' - Oleg Medvedkov - Author, USA

About Steve Hammond Kaye

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Published October 1, 2012 by Standard Cut Media. 298 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Erotica, Crime. Fiction

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Steve Mullins 24 Nov 2013

Dark and twisted story with strong characters. A book that will stay in your memory forever- it almost burns its visuals into your brain! Yes really.
It's quite along book that perhaps could be ti...

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