Tiger and the Robot: AI Detective Searches for Kidnapped Billionaire

· Tangleberry Books via PublishDrive · Narrated by Andrew Scott
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She lives in the cloud, and travels in a phone. She’s Saga, A.I. Detective.
The exciting action of the Swiftsure Yacht race launches an adventure which ranges from the urban landscape of Vancouver to the wild islands of Alaska. Chandler Gray, a sailor and software developer has created Saga, a sassy Artificial Intelligence app which emulates the powers of fiction’s greatest detectives. A chance encounter with the wealthy, glamorous Gina Lee, leads to an invitation to sail on her yacht in the Swiftsure. When Gina is kidnapped, Saga falsely claims Chan is a Private Investigator, and he takes on the rescue.Sometimes bumbling, but always determined, Chan and Saga adventure on. With a band of friends providing support, and sometimes derision, Chan doggedly pursues the truth, no matter where it leads.The quest leads to piracy in the Aleutians, a Land Rover attacked in the backwoods of Vancouver Island, and a lover’s betrayal. Saga’s remarkable abilities don’t always lead in the right direction, and her sassy attitude sometimes annoys Chan, but the result is both funny and dramatic.

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Touchsquid Technology
October 18, 2020
This book is a home run. A wealthy, glamorous woman is kidnapped during the Swiftsure Yacht race from Victoria's famoud Empress Hotel. Chandler Gray, and amateur detective steps in to lead the rescue. His Artificial Intelligence assistant, Saga, adds a Sc-Fi touch to the modern mystery. A real page turner with a dramatic conclusion.
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