Church of the Assassin (NEXUS, #5)

Church of the Assassin (NEXUS, #5)

by Ross Harrison

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Overview

KILL ONE TO SAVE A HUNDRED

 

Alexiares spends her time killing, tinkering with a car she never drives, and wondering if she's a sociopath. This simple life is complicated by a deadly purge of her sect and she finds herself on the run, trying to make sense of the slaughter. She's not alone: the broken-minded assassin has inherited a baby girl. But how can hands that know only how to squeeze necks and strip engines ever nurture a child? When painful revelations, betrayals, and secrets show Alexiares that her life can only cause Baby pain and suffering, she'll have to make a difficult choice.

 

Across the galaxy, one seemingly natural death puts rookie Intelligence officer Ryan Blake on a collision course with Alexiares. His journey into desperation and madness will reveal a world he'll wish had stayed hidden. One full of mysteries and death. As his mentor says, there are cases to make your career and there are cases to make you look over your shoulder for the rest of your life, right up until it ends abruptly and violently.

 

KILL A HUNDRED TO SAVE ONE

 

Relentless hunters want both her and Baby, and they will tear worlds apart to get them. They are bigger, stronger, and more resourceful. But Baby is more than a newfound vulnerability to Alexiares: she is a reason to live. A reason to kill.

 

When you take a shot at an apex predator, do not miss.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940164383015
Publisher: Shadow Archer Publishing
Publication date: 11/24/2020
Series: NEXUS
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Ross Harrison is the author of novels and short stories in the realms of science fiction - specifically space opera and science fantasy - thriller, noir, and steampunk. He has been writing since childhood, and occasionally likes to revisit those old stories for a good cringe and nervous laugh. He also talks about himself in the 3rd person because it seems more professional.

Ross lives on the UK/Eire border in Ireland, where he moved from England in 2001, hoping the rain will help his hair grow back.

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