Peace Force: Book 1 in the Harriet Walsh series

· Harriet Walsh Book 1 · Bowman Press
66 reviews

About this ebook

Would you work for a deranged robot? Harriet Walsh does! 

Her weapon won't fire without the right paperwork, the patrol car is driving her up the wall, and her crime-fighting computer doesn't even have solitaire.

Welcome to the Peace Force ...

Peace Force is set in the distant future, where the galaxy has been colonised and human-like robots are commonplace. It's good clean fun, written with wry humor.

The Harriet Walsh Series

Harriet Walsh 1: Peace Force

Harriet Walsh 2: Alpha Minor

Harriet Walsh 3: Sierra Bravo


Keywords: sci fi police, future police, sci fi with strong female protagonist, sci fi crime book, female sci fi, robot books, police robot, robot science fiction, flying cars, society of the future, sci fi policing


66 reviews
Kurt Steinhaus
August 20, 2019
An easy read about bad puns, improbable things and very stupid robots. Should come with a VYA lable (very young adult). Not really to my taste.
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Luke Kelly
September 12, 2018
Another Simon Haynes book I couldn't put down well worth the read and almost as good as his original series Hal Spacejock and highly recommended
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Lkaterie Neal
June 18, 2019
Totally recommend this book. I laughed so many times...giggled! Excellent plot..looking forward to reading next book.
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About the author

Simon is a huge fan of Isaac Asimov's work, in particular the robot novels and Foundation series. He also enjoys dry, witty comedy, and loves satire.

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