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Captain Rik Boehmer is the first native of the colony on Luna, to which his ancestors fled, to leave that colony and enter military service.
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Nina M. Osier started "writing" at the age of two, when her parents decided to write down her stories and read them back to her. She is the author of science fiction novels Exile's End, Matushka, Silent Service, and Regs from eBooksOnThe.Net, and Rough Rider from Adventure Books. Tabitha June Is a Shoulder Cat, her first Xlibris book, was written after family and friends repeatedly asked her to write down her extensive repertoire of pet stories. It will soon be followed by SF novels Unfamiliar Territory and Conduct Unbecoming from Xlibris, and Starship Castaways from CrossroadsPub.com. Nina directs the Division of Records Management Services at the Maine State Archives, where she gets some of her best ideas! She lives in a turn-of-the-century Victorian house in Augusta, Maine, where she writes, gardens, and wishes humans didn't have to waste time sleeping.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
“Australia leader to Andrew,” the comm in Drew Boehmer’s shuttle gasped. “They’re shooting at us!”
This wasn’t supposed to happen. The shuttle fleet, innocuous-looking as it was, should be able to do its job and then lift away from Terra and race toward home without facing a moment of real danger. But from all around the globe, Drew was hearing the same cries of disbelief.
“Drop your load and get out of there, Tiny,” Drew ordered, somehow making his voice work even though his mouth was impossibly dry. In contrast to his trousers...somehow or other he’d never realized what an effect on the human body fear could have. Raw terror, the kind that a few hours ago he’d seen render his brother Rik unconscious.
He still didn’t know what the hell Rik had been so afraid of. But at least Rik, damn the man, had gracefully fainted. That beat wetting one’s pants—it really did.
Drew was glad to be flying alone.
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Book Description Write Words, Inc., 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1594312273