Necessary Evil

Necessary Evil As civil war spreads across have the Galactic Union spilling into the frontier worlds Stelfson is hired to intervene What is his weapon of choice Only the most terrifying commodity known to the civi

  • Title: Necessary Evil
  • Author: T.J. Akers Mike Lynch
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • As civil war spreads across have the Galactic Union, spilling into the frontier worlds, Stelfson is hired to intervene What is his weapon of choice Only the most terrifying commodity known to the civilized worlds an accountant Rescue Brokers are one of the most notorious professions known in the galaxy, and the most benevolent, for the right price Of them all, StelfsAs civil war spreads across have the Galactic Union, spilling into the frontier worlds, Stelfson is hired to intervene What is his weapon of choice Only the most terrifying commodity known to the civilized worlds an accountant Rescue Brokers are one of the most notorious professions known in the galaxy, and the most benevolent, for the right price Of them all, Stelfson has set himself apart He has transformed himself into human and saved a race threatened with extinction, freed an enslaved civilization no bigger than a micron from their overlords, and journeyed to the other side of the universe and stopped a world eater with an appetite that would never be quenched until it had consumed all the known worlds Sit down and strap yourself in for ten adventures that are sure to grab a hold of you and never let go until the last page Mike Lynch s first book, Dublin, came out in 2007, followed by When the Sky Fell, American Midnight, The Crystal Portal, and After the Cross His latest novel, Love s Second Chance, was released in March 2013 He has also published short stories in various magazines, including Surf s Up, awarded Best of Show in the Residential Aliens flash fiction contest, and Beyond Horizon s Edge which took 1st place in the 2009 Preditors Editors Reader s Poll He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and two children.

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