Fracture Lines: Book Two In The Glass Complex Trilogy

Rexon Press
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 Fracture Lines is the second book in The Glass Complex trilogy.

Steg de Coeur, severely wounded, is transported back in time to an Imperial hospital starship. He recovers physically, thanks to the efforts of Dr. Yi and her nurses. However, he has lost his memory and is unable to account for his presence on board the starship. ImpSec charge him with spying and sentence him to death. Steg is off-loaded in chains and transported to a prison run by the House of Aluta where he will be scheduled for execution.
His sword, Ebony, has its own adventure.
Steg escapes the prison when a mercenary commander recruits prisoners who have been sentenced to death. He establishes himself as a potential mercenary officer while gradually recovering his memory. He discovers the mercenaries, lured into a trap by their alien strategist, are about to engage with Xesset starships. He has to contend with betrayal, a Charion priestess, and divided loyalties of the mercenaries. Fain help with his memory recovery and his computer-controlling ability returns.
Steg takes over leadership of the mercenary force and with his own Ebony Company is tasked with the capture of a freighter loaded with munitions. He must defeat its Xesset escort and also overcome their dreadnought sent to destroy the mercenaries and capture their client’s planet.

Steg is needed by the Glass Complex.

Fracture Lines is an excellent precursor to the third book in the trilogy, Diamond Cut.

Space Opera!

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About the author

John Hindmarsh writes science fiction and thrillers, sometimes with crossover. Well, you need a thrill in your SF and an occasional touch of science in your thrillers. John originates from Australia, and now lives in the High Sierra region of California where he is writing full time. He could be hiking, kayaking or skiing, when he's not writing.

John's books generally are written with an American voice [well, he tries], although he prefers to write British English. So he gets mixed up - in any event, he claims aluminium is the correct word. See more details at http://www.JohnHindmarsh.com

Thrillers.
Mark Midway series. Mark One, Mark Two, Mark Three, and Mark Four are available now, individually or as a boxed set. Mark Five should be available early 2017.

Science Fiction.
The Glass Complex trilogy. The first book is Broken Glass. The second book, Fracture Lines, was released in September, 2016. The third book, Diamond Cut, is scheduled for release in March 2017.

Shen Ark series. Shen Ark: Departure was released as a possible beginning of a series. Currently it is a standalone title.

For more details, check John's web site - www.JohnHindmarsh.com

Remember, for updates and the occasional freebie, join John's mailing list - http://johnhindmarsh.com/contact/.
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Publisher
Rexon Press
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Published on
Mar 6, 2017
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Pages
312
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Science Fiction / Alien Contact
Fiction / Science Fiction / Military
Fiction / Science Fiction / Space Exploration
Fiction / Science Fiction / Space Opera
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