The Liquid Cool Series / Online Media Kit

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Trade Information Title: These Mean Streets, Darkly (Liquid Cool Series Prequel)
Author: Austin Dragon
Publisher: Well-Tailored Books
Ebook (August 1, 2015): Retail Price: FREE / ISBN-13: 978-0-9909315-6-0

Book Summary – These Mean Streets, Darkly is the prequel to the new cyberpunk, detective series, Liquid Cool. It’s a world of colossal skyscrapers. Hovercars fly above in the dark, rainy skies and gray people walk below on the grimy, hard streets in the “Neon Jungle.” Uber-governments and megacorporations fight for control of the supercity, but so does crime.

An average woman, Carol—hardworking and decent in every way—has her daughter kidnapped by the psycho Red Rabbit. Can Police Central find the girl in time—alive? And is it really a random, senseless kidnapping in the fifty-million-plus city? There are a million victims and perpetrators in this High-Tech, Low-Life World. This is one of those stories…before we meet Cruz, our private eye (and unlikely hero), in the debut novel, Liquid Cool!


Trade Information Title: Liquid Cool (Liquid Cool #1)
Author: Austin Dragon
Publisher: Well-Tailored Books
Paperback (April 18, 2016): Retail Price: $15.99 / ISBN-13: 978-0-9967060-5-6
Ebook (Feb. 16, 2016 ): Retail Price: $2.99 / ISBN-13: 978-0-9909315-7-7

Book Summary – LIQUID COOL is the action-packed and funny, debut cyberpunk detective series! It’s cyberpunk reimagined—science fiction meets the detective thriller in an ever-rainy world of colossal skyscrapers. Hover-cars fly above in the dark, bustling skies and gray people walk below on the grimy, flashy streets of this “neon jungle.” Metropolis isn’t a bad place, but it isn’t a good one either. Uber-governments and mega-corporations fight for control of the fifty-million-plus super-city, but so does crime.

We meet our private eye (and unlikely hero), Cruz in a super-city with a million victims and perpetrators. Welcome to the high-tech, low-life world of Liquid Cool. But watch out for tech-tricksters, analog hustlers, and digital gangsters—psychos, samurais, and cyborgs aplenty—they may want your money, or your life, more than you do.


Trade Information Title: Blade Gunner (Liquid Cool, Book 2)
Author: Austin Dragon
Publisher: Well-Tailored Books
Ebook (Mar. 31, 2017 ): Retail Price: $4.99 / ISBN-13: 978-0-9967060-7-0

Book Summary – BLADE GUNNER is the second novel in Liquid Cool–the action-packed (and funny), debut cyberpunk detective series.

Who is Blade Gunner?

In the next installment of the sci-fi/cyberpunk detective series, author Austin Dragon shows you when two forces of evil want to kill each other—get the hell out of the way! The Liquid Cool Series is the sci-fi classic, Blade Runner meets the Old Hollywood classic, Maltese Falcon. There is plenty of gritty action, suspense, thrills, and even a few laughs.

Sinister secret megacorporations. Savage Cyborg cults. And the Blade Gunner. How does Cruz, our private eye (and unlikely hero), solve this case—let alone survive? Off-worlders will do anything to stop the unknown man called Blade Gunner—even to blow up a supercity from space! The seedy spousal surveillance case doesn’t look so bad after all, but it’s too late to go back. You haven’t read a cyberpunk novel like this.


Trade Information Title: NeuroDancer (Liquid Cool, Book 3)
Author: Austin Dragon
Publisher: Well-Tailored Books
Ebook (Mar. 31, 2017): Retail Price: $2.99 / ISBN-13: 978-1-946590-50-3

Book Summary – The thrills continue in the action-packed, third cyberpunk detective novel, NEURODANCER!

Has Cruz met his supervillain match in NeuroDancer?

Liquid Cool is Blade Runner meets the Maltese Falcon. In the next installment of the sci-fi/cyberpunk detective series, author Austin Dragon goes from less frenetic cyberpunk to a smoother, cyber-noir with our hero, Cruz, matching wits with the sultry NeuroDancer. There is always plenty of gritty action, suspense, thrills, and even a few laughs.

“Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful,” she said to him. He should have listened to his instincts when she strolled into his office to hire him. “I knew I wasn’t gonna touch this case with a 10-foot pole. It had danger written all over it, back and front.” But he did take the Case of the NeuroDancer. Is this the private eye story where the bad “guy” rides off into the sunset and the hero lies flat on his back waiting for the meat wagon to fly down in their hoverambulance.

Which is crazier, indeed: the criminal—or the client? Welcome to the high-tech, low-life world of Liquid Cool.