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Pat McKee studied at Presbyterian College, Georgia State University, and Emory University School of Law and later founded the law firm McKee & Barge, where he represents educators and educational institutions. Always a lover of the written word, Pat decided in 2010 to enroll in the Masters of Professional Writing Program at Kennesaw State University where he combined his legal knowledge with imaginative storytelling to craft his debut legal thriller, the futuristic Ariel's Island.
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a member of Romance Writers of America and several of its chapters since 2005, Denise has won two awards for her short stories and several finalist nominations. She always finds the time to help others through RWA and also her book review blog, The Pen & Muse Book Reviews.
Legal thriller examines AI through the lens of The Tempest
Welcome to Mystery Suspense Reviews and our Book Spotlight today…We are pleased to be a part of the release tour for author Pat McKee’s “Ariel’s Island. Sure to be popular with fans and new readers alike, this suspenseful mystery includes artificial intelligence. Add to that a possibly futuristic view of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” and it sounds like it will draw readers from a vast pool.
“I have always been fascinated by Shakespeare. I have always been fascinated by the idea of what happened to Ariel, this all powerful spirit that has been released into the world ( Shakespeare’s play The Tempest)” Pat McKee talks about his new novel – Ariel’s Island .”If we could recognize it and agree upon it, we could probably program our AI to have a moral code. “