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Skull Cage Key

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From veteran New York Times technology reporter Michel Marriott—an absorbing debut with the sharp social commentary of Walter Mosley and Michel Houllebecq, and the incisive sci-fi thriller appeal of P.D. James's Children of Men. The Skull Cage Key is set in mid-twenty-first-century Harlem, but it will stir readers to think deeper about our own era and its troubles and promise. Armstrong, a life-long Harlemite who's made it as a young, middle-class professional, is celebrating Chinese New Year 2041 with his boss (and lover) when they're assaulted in her hotel. Armstrong is found unconscious by authorities who believe he played a role in his companion's brutal killing, as her headless body is discovered in the suite's Jacuzzi. So begins a story that unfolds on two main paths.

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From veteran New York Times technology reporter Michel Marriott—an absorbing debut with the sharp
social commentary of Walter Mosley and Michel Houllebecq, and the incisive sci-fi thriller appeal of P.D.
James's Children of Men. The Skull Cage Key is set in mid-twenty-first-century Harlem, but it will stir
readers to think deeper about our own era and its troubles and promise. Armstrong, a life-long Harlemite
who's made it as a young, middle-class professional, is celebrating Chinese New Year 2041 with his
boss (and lover) when they're assaulted in her hotel. Armstrong is found unconscious by authorities who
believe he played a role in his companion's brutal killing, as her headless body is discovered in the suite's
Jacuzzi. So begins a story that unfolds on two main paths.
y that unfolds on two main paths.

								
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