$ git commit murder by Michael Warren Lucas

If Agatha Christie ran Unix conventions.

A great whodunit mystery set amidst the backdrop of a BSD conference. The ‘detective’ is a rotund geek who has anxiety issues. He doesn’t want to solve the mystery but as any good programmer, he needs to know who did it. He needs to solve the puzzle.

Also, I think the title is pure gold. I have already bought the sequel. Guess what it’s called? $ git sync murder!

This is a fun, light read. This author has a great sense of humour. He had me guessing about who the murderer was right until the end, though there was a bit of a hint in the beginning. See if you can spot it when you read this.

Computer geeks care about code.

But do they care enough… to kill?

If you want a lighthearted, funny, geeky read. This is for you. It’s way less erotic than Savaged By Systemd, I promise!

Also, if you can, try to support authors you can by buying their ebooks. You can buy this book from Tilted Windmill Press.

Rating: ★★★★★

Book #78 in my 2022 Reading Challenge

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