Manos Manu, a data scientist turned Interpol agent, is on the Greek island of Mykonos for a criminology symposium when a brutally murdered body is found submerged under extremely unusual circumstances off the coast. The body is an American social media influencer that he knows and the police ask him about it. At first, nothing makes sense until more bodies start turning up and his use of AI leads to the conclusion that this is the work of a sophisticated serial killer (or killers).
The Machine Murders by C.J. Abazis is an intriguing murder mystery that will throw your mystery solving skills for a loop. The author has woven an intricate mystery into the modern techno-age rather deftly—although there’s probably more technical information than the average non-tech reader actually needs.
A good first book.
An enjoyable read that I highly recommend. I give it three and a half stars.