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Guilt in Innocence

DeCandido, Keith R.A.

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ISBN 10: 0983434867 / ISBN 13: 9780983434863
Published by Crossroad Press, 2011
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Title: Guilt in Innocence

Publisher: Crossroad Press

Publication Date: 2011

Book Condition: Very Good

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The Olodumare Hegemony rules the entire solar system. Led by Oba Isembi, the primary agents of his rule are the Ori-Inu: highly trained telepathic operatives, who do the Oba's dirty work. They are found and trained by Orisha. When Ori-Inu start disappearing, Isembi sends his finest Orisha, Hembadoon, to investigate. But when he is injured in a refinery explosion, it's up to Folami—Isembi's best, most powerful Ori-Inu—to learn the truth about the missing operatives. Folami uncovers a conspiracy to overthrow Isembi, encounters an old comrade whom she thought was dead, and awakens hidden memories that rock her very identity to its core! A new tale of the Scattered Earth, and the first of many new adventures of the Olodumare Hegemony by international best-selling, award-winning author Keith R.A. DeCandido! GUILT IN INNOCENCE is the third full-length novel in The Tales of the Scattered Earth, joining Aaron Rosenberg's BIRTH OF THE DREAD REMORA and David Niall Wilson's THE SECOND VEIL. Each author begins with their own world, their own culture, their own story...but there is something out there...something that will draw them altogether. ABOUT THE SERIES: Once, long ago, there was one Earth. It was said that many deities gazed down upon it protectively, and there was balance between them all. Then something went wrong. The balance shifted—toward darkness. Earth was shattered, her people destroyed, her remains scattered far and wide. But the gods survived the cataclysm. They scattered as well, each pursuing a fragment of their former domain. And, when they overtook those shards, the gods drew upon what power remained to them to restore their worshippers to life. These new followers rose from dust and imperfect memory, for the gods too had been injured. Each claimed a new home, and a new life, and each thought itself—at least at first—to be the only Earth. All memory of their former world was lost, except vague memories of the gods who gave them new life. Then, one day, a single great event drew all their eyes to the stars—and beyond. And each of them felt a yearning. Something in them desired to be whole again, or at least to understand. These are their stories. These are The Tales of the Scattered Earth.

About the Author:

Keith R.A. DeCandido is the author more than forty-odd novels, a mess of short stories, a smattering of comic books, a bunch of novellas, and the occasional essay. His most recent work includes the novels Unicorn Precinct, the long-awaited sequel to his 2004 high fantasy police procedural Dragon Precinct, and SCPD: The Case of the Claw, first of a new series of novels about cops in a city filled with superheroes; short stories in the Liar Liar, Tales from the House Band, and More Tales of Zorro anthologies; the monthly Farscape comic book, written in collaboration with the TV series creator Rockne S. O’Bannon; and more. Coming in 2012 are Goblin Precinct, Tales from Dragon Precinct, and SCPD: Avenging Amethyst, as well as more stories of the Olodumare Hegemony for The Scattered Earth. Keith is also a black belt in Kenshikai karate, a contributor to the popculture podcast The Chronic Rift (www.chronicrift.com), the percussionist for the parody band Boogie Knights (www. boogie-knights.org), and a lifelong fan of the New York Yankees. You can listen to his twice-monthly podcast Dead Kitchen Radio, or go to www.DeCandido.net, which is a gateway to his blog (kradical.livejournal.com), his Facebook page (www.facebook. com/kradec), his Twitter feed (@KRADeC), and pretty much everything else.

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