See what early readers are saying about MURDER IN THE GENERATIVE KITCHEN:
An intriguing take on the legal and moral issues arising from our ever-increasing, ever-more-ubiquitous technology.
—Julie Frost, author of PACK DYNAMICS
Now and again, you read a story that strings you along. You periodically sniff with self-importance and make clever little mental judgements about how it’ll end and anticipate the characters’ actions. Then, you reach the last page and in a groaning moment of “oh snap” you recognize that the author has led you the whole way; your deductions were exactly what they intended; and, in short, you were stupidly easy to misdirect into focusing on the wrong things entirely...Well played, Ms. Pontecorvo. Well played.
—Wendy Sparrow, author of PAST MY DEFENSES
At first it seemed a foregone conclusion that the woman on trial used a high-tech generative kitchen to feed her husband a poisonous meal, but the more evidence mounts, the more Julio starts to suspect the kitchen may have made the decision on its own.