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Infinite Threat

(The first book in the Travis Hurts series)
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Travis Hurts is a hunter of men

Collecting rewards for the most wanted men in the galaxy

But what happens when the hunter becomes the hunted?

P2 was once a thriving world, home to trillions. Then the Hash Gore attacked. They leveled entire cities. The Human Coalition forces nuked everything. A hundred years later people are retuning. There’s no government, no rules, no place that’s safe. But there are fortunes to be found in the rubble of the cities, and the nuclear impact sites created a rare element called Dusticia Seven that is fast becoming the most valuable substance in the galaxy — the kind of thing people kill for. But treasure hunting and Dust mining aren’t the only way to make money on P2, where some of the most wanted felons in the galaxy are hiding out, many with rewards for their capture. Travis Hurts is a licensed Fugitive Recovery Specialist. He’s headed to P2 on a mission to bring down big game, but little does he know that famed assassin Morgan Black has been hired to kill him. And when their destinies collide it will shake the entire galaxy.

With some of his most colorful characters yet, master storyteller Toby Neighbors has merged science fiction with classic western themes to create an action packed universe you will want to get lost in. It is a galaxy teeming with outlaws, organized crime, gun thugs, shootists, and hired killers. It takes a special kind of person to stand up for what is right in a galaxy on the brink of darkness. Infintie Threat is the first book in a brand new series that will make you want to stand up and cheer. It’s a Sci-Fi Western full of grit, mayhem, and heroics that is destined to be come a classic. So saddle up, strap on your weapons, and dive into a brand-new adventure.

Infintie Threat is the first book in the Travis Hurts novels. It is rated PG-13 for mild language and violence. No part of this book was composed by artificial sources. <

Genre: Science Fiction

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