A Retrieval Artist Novel

eBook - 2015
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Book Eight of the Anniversary Day Saga The fate of the Alliance hangs in the balance as the masterminds behind the Anniversary Day bombings trigger the final stages of a plan decades in the making. A plan that will bring about the total destruction of every dome on the Moon. As Moon Security Chief Noelle De Ricci struggles with the overwhelming scope of the investigation, Retrieval Artist Miles Flint races to save the life of a man from his daughter Talia's past. A man with vital information regarding the identity of the masterminds who planned the Anniversary Day bombings. And deep beneath the surface of Armstrong, a dome engineer makes a chilling discovery that could crack the investigation wide open. If only he can get someone to believe him. The thrilling conclusion to the Anniversary Day Saga."Rusch wraps up the near-future Anniversary Day Saga, set in her Retrieval Artist universe, with this deeply satisfying eighth entry. . . . Rusch juggles the ensemble cast and numerous plots skillfully, offering up a cerebral thriller that's part mystery and part action-drama with a ticking countdown. The human element plays well against the tense atmosphere, and frequent scene shifts help provide a sense of momentum and foreboding. While it's almost essential to have read the previous installments, this is a very strong payoff for the series."-Publishers Weekly"The Retrieval Artist universe is rich and exciting, and Rusch's characters are real beings (Human and otherwise) struggling against overwhelming odds. The thrills are nonstop, and the tension keeps increasing with each successive book [in the Anniversary Day Saga]. If you're a nail-biter, you might want to wear gloves for these."-Analog"Starbase Human puts all the pieces in place for the big showdown/crisis in Masterminds [the final book in the saga]. I highly recommend the Anniversary Day Saga. It's one of the major events in science fiction this year."-Amazing Stories". . .the way Ms. Rusch structured the book was very much along the lines of a chess master arranging the pieces for a devastating endgame. . . . This is one of the best series out there.."-Futures Past and Present on Vigilantes"The Anniversary Day Saga just keeps getting more interesting and more complicated. Each addition is eagerly anticipated and leaves the reader anxious to discover what will happen next, who the bad guys are and what it is they are hoping to achieve."-RT Book Reviews on The Peyti Crisis"This new Retrieval Artist Universe novel is action-packed and continues where A Murder of Clones leaves off. These must be read in order to fully appreciate the suspense and mystery that is taking place."-RT Book Reviews on Search & Recovery"Fans of Rusch's Retrieval Artist universe will enjoy the expansion of the Anniversary Day story, with new characters providing more perspectives on its signature events, while newcomers will get a good introduction to the series."-Publishers Weekly on A Murder of Clones"The latest Retrieval Artist science fiction thriller is an engaging investigative whodunit starring popular Miles Flint on a comeback mission. The suspenseful storyline is fast-paced and filled with twists as the hero comes out of retirement to confront his worst nightmare."-The Midwest Book Review on Blowback"Anniversary Day is an edge-of-the-seat thriller that will keep you turning pages late into the night and it's also really good science fiction. What's not to like?"-Analog on Anniversary Day.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : WMG Publishing, 2015.
ISBN: 9781310575648
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource.


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