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The Raven-Haired Rogue

(The ninth book in the Nuclear Bombshell series)
A Novella by

It's 2057 and Zachary Nixon Johnson is the last freelance private investigator on planet Earth. Lucky for him, he's mind-melded with HARV, the most advanced cognitive processor on Earth - so Zach generally does pretty well when it comes to cracking cases.

And when a certain lady loses her dog, she naturally turns to the last PI on Earth for help. See, the lady in question is Merinda-1616, a member of the High Council of Mars, visiting Earth for important trade negotiations. And until her pooch, Saturn, is safely by her side, Merinda-1616 won't participate in the talks.

Tall, with dark hair, creamy white skin, and steady, piercing green eyes, Merinda-1616 cuts quite the striking figure for a bionic clone. Zach learns quickly that it's not just the fate of Saturn at stake: someone wants Merinda-1616 dead. With plenty of bionic suspects with ample motives and opportunities to harm the councilwoman, Zach and HARV certainly have their work cut out for them.

A hilarious and high-spirited intergalactic romp, The Raven Haired Rogue will delight anyone who has ever wished there were more pulp humor sci-fi mystery adventures novels on bookstore shelves today.

Genre: Science Fiction

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