The Search for Locardum (A Brell Sturlach Adventure)

The Search for Locardum (A Brell Sturlach Adventure)

by Stuart F. Dodds

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Overview

Brell Sturlach, is happy piloting her cargo freighter across the galaxy, believing her addictions, prison sentence, and escapades on a deadly gameshow are in the past. However, Police Corps require her assistance in finding a hidden stash of Locardum, a rare ore used in creating deadly laser weapons. Apart from fears her partner, a Police Corps captain, will be in mortal danger; she is threatened with being sent back to prison if she refuses to become involved.

Working as a consultant on a new version of Convict Challenge, a life or death show beamed live around the galaxy, Brell must pit her wits against others, including a psychotic criminal also intent on finding the Locardum. She is assisted in her search by a robot who enjoys watching pirate drama shows.

Believing one of the challengers on the show, unknowingly holds key evidence to the location of the ore, Brell must overcome a major problem.

If the convict dies during the show, their information dies with them.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154120552
Publisher: Stuart F. Dodds
Publication date: 04/07/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 788,968
File size: 568 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Stuart developed his interest in science fiction from an early age and started writing short stories during his teen years. He became a police officer and after a varied career, retired thirty years later when he started to write seriously, publishing his first novel in 2015. Many of his ideas are inspired by his experiences in the police and from travels around Europe, S.E. Asia, and the USA. Born in North London, England, Stuart enjoys family life, cinema, and swimming. His intention is to write adventures stories with a science fiction spin, accessible to people who normally shun the genre.

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