They Call the Wind Muryah [NOOK Book]

Overview

During the final visit to Planet 505-D before human colonization begins, the crew of the Humboldt starts acting strange―shirking their duties and responsibilities. The chief engineer, Devin Calloway, wants no part of it, but Captain Marie Penski and the rest of the crew become tired of his attitude. Until the day they get a most unexpected visit from Muryah Abernathy, a woman reported lost on the original mission to 505-D —ten years earlier.
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They Call the Wind Muryah

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Overview

During the final visit to Planet 505-D before human colonization begins, the crew of the Humboldt starts acting strange―shirking their duties and responsibilities. The chief engineer, Devin Calloway, wants no part of it, but Captain Marie Penski and the rest of the crew become tired of his attitude. Until the day they get a most unexpected visit from Muryah Abernathy, a woman reported lost on the original mission to 505-D —ten years earlier.
Soon, the crewmembers are under her spell, ignoring even their own safety… with deadly consequences.
Bonus Content: This 140-page novella (approx. 74,000 words) includes a sixteen chapter excerpt from Hunters, a new horror and contemporary fantasy novel involving modern-day vampires and the human hunters determined to exterminate them once and for all.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013232525
  • Publisher: Red Hot Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/6/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 976 KB

Meet the Author

Gregory Marshall Smith, born in Somerville, Massachusetts and raised in historic Medford, is a decorated Navy veteran. In his career, he has been, among other things, a sports writer, a national columnist, playwright, engineer, asset protection agent, editor, safety auditor, fingerprinter, training instructor and sometime actor. He is the author of the novella Crawl and the anthology Dark Tidings. He has had numerous short stories appear in Farspace 2, Writer’s Bump, Far Side of Midnight, Spectacular Speculations and SFH Dominion, among others.

Ever restless, he currently resides somewhere in America.
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