Overview

In this novelette set in Matthew Wayne Selznick's storyworld The Sovereign Era, where the appearance of individuals with remarkable abilities changes the course of human destiny, author P. G. Holyfield presents a sequel to his own "Every Breath You Take" (featured in The Sovereign Era: Year One).

Young telekinetic Stacey Miller disappeared under mysterious circumstances shortly after the violent events depicted in "Every Breath You Take." Days...
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Canary In A Coal Mine

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Overview

In this novelette set in Matthew Wayne Selznick's storyworld The Sovereign Era, where the appearance of individuals with remarkable abilities changes the course of human destiny, author P. G. Holyfield presents a sequel to his own "Every Breath You Take" (featured in The Sovereign Era: Year One).

Young telekinetic Stacey Miller disappeared under mysterious circumstances shortly after the violent events depicted in "Every Breath You Take." Days later, Sovereign Conduct Enforcement Teams (SCET) investigators Adoette Smith and Joshua Wolff team with a local police officer to track down the teen Sovereign before unknown antagonists decide her time has run out.

When circumstances bring Adoette's violent, troubled past to the surface, will she be able to utilize her own Sovereign abilities in time to find Stacey Miller alive?

Approximately 13,500 words.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148683063
  • Publisher: MWS Media
  • Publication date: 9/13/2013
  • Series: The Sovereign Era , #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,286,105
  • File size: 979 KB

Meet the Author

P. G. Holyfield is the author of "Murder at Avedon Hill." He lives in North Carolina.

Matthew Wayne Selznick is a creator working with words, music, pictures and people. He is the creator and curator of the Sovereign Era storyworld. He lives in Long Beach, California.
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