Hell On High [NOOK Book]


In North Carolina, It?s Just One Damned Thing After Another

Three years after Hell sets up an outpost in North Carolina, engineer Jack Halloran doesn?t find it unusual that the devil-plagued state is where he gets to work at his dream job, building a real space drive. Living in North Carolina has its own peculiar challenges, but the company he works for is great, the project...
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Hell On High

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In North Carolina, It’s Just One Damned Thing After Another

Three years after Hell sets up an outpost in North Carolina, engineer Jack Halloran doesn’t find it unusual that the devil-plagued state is where he gets to work at his dream job, building a real space drive. Living in North Carolina has its own peculiar challenges, but the company he works for is great, the project is challenging, and his boss is almost too good to be true.

For Rheabeth Samuels, running a company that could give humanity the stars is the best work she’s done in a long time. And her chief engineer has started to become more that just a prized employee.

But plagued by gargoyles, gremlins, unreliable funding, and a devilish P.I. hired by Hell’s worst clients, Jack and Rhea are racing for the heavens against a ticking clock...and they can only hope to touch the stars if they reach for them together.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013794320
  • Publisher: Holly Lisle
  • Publication date: 12/27/2011
  • Series: Devil's Point , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 362
  • Sales rank: 570,593
  • File size: 475 KB

Meet the Author

Holly Lisle has been doing the pro novelist gig since 1992.  Prior to that, she was an on-again, off-again missionaries' kid, high-school entrepreneur, and once past graduation, a newspaper ad rep, a sign-painter/commercial artist, the "window girl" at a McDonald's, a guitar teacher for absolute beginners, a singer at local restaurants, and because all of those together paid starvation wages, she went to nursing school the next year, and two years later was an RN.

For ten years.  

She paid off her student loan the same year she got her first three-book contract, and...well...she's been writing for her supper ever since.

She is active online, providing courses teaching what she has discovered about writing fiction as well as maintaining her own weblog and website, HollyLisle.com. And with more than a million books in print via commercial publishers, she has now moved to publishing herself.


Ted Nolan was born and reared in Columbia South Carolina.  With English teacher parents, it is not surprising that both he and his sister developed a lifelong love of books.

Fascinated by science fiction from the beginning, Nolan naturally gravitated into the world of computer programming where he makes his living, and if none of his computers has yet spontaneously gained consciousness, many do seem animated by malevolent spirits.

After stints in Fayetteville North Carolina and Aiken South Carolina, Nolan now divides his time between Columbia and South Carolina's Grand Strand.  He blogs on Columbia retail history at columbiaclosings.com.

He suggests that if you are ever tempted to google "Ted Nolan", you ignore any result having to do with Canada or hockey.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2007

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    This is not the type of book I typically read, but I enjoyed it. I found the book to be light-hearted and funny, a quick easy read. I look forward to reading more books in this series...

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