Open Mike at Club Bebop

Open Mike at Club Bebop

by Val Roberts

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Travertine Garcia is out of funds, out of options, and her air tax is due in the morning; you live on the moon, you pay for air. You can't pay, you go looking for miracles, like the Bebop's legendary open microphone, netcast by its equally legendary owner, Joseph Bannister.

Bebop owner Joe "Glitch" Bannister is sleepwalking through his second life, tweaking the gang that wants payola and hacking for the Strike Force that put him back together after blowing him apart.
Until Travertine decimates the Open Mike, flatlines on his stage, and wakes him up. She's everything he didn't know he needed, a deep-dive performer with an ancient-tech interface who can't carry a tune outside the net.

When the Blue Dragon gang kidnaps her while he's off chasing down a rumor about the Ganymede conflict that got him temporarily killed, Joe's ready to fight for the woman and the club; but it's going to take both of them to save the venerable stage and each other.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150538047
Publisher: Wylde Hare Publishing
Publication date: 08/21/2014
Series: Ganymede: The Survivors , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 340,018
File size: 108 KB

About the Author

Val Roberts has been a historical re-enactor, typesetter, journalist, analytical chemist, Y2K consultant, electronics design technician, event planner and technical writer. Oh, forget the third person, already!

Anyway, the eclectic background turned out to be good preparation for writing science fiction romance, since every story I start eventually has science fiction and romance in it. Maybe I really wanted to be a mad scientist but couldn't get grant money for taking over the world. Who knows?

I live in my hometown with a spooky disabled vet -- my husband of more than 20 years (when did we get that old?) -- and multiple dogs and cats. Spooky man is a mammal attractor, and I can't always resist naming them.

I love stories about human people in times and places that only exist in my head, where anything can happen and usually does.

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