THERE ARE NO DO-OVERS IN SPACE . . .

FINALLY . . . MASS PRIMARY, book 2 of the DARK LANDING series is available exclusively on Amazon in the ebook/Kindle edition. (The trade paperback edition should be available within 60 days.) Don’t have a Kindle? No worries—download the free Kindle reader app to any device.

Set six months after the end of TRANSMUTED (book 1), MASS PRIMARY is a fast-moving space adventure:

For Curtis Walker, being chief of security on Dark Landing means fighting boredom and feigning integrity. Caught in a quagmire he created, his greater struggle now is survival. That’s an ambitious goal since he can’t tell his friends from his enemies, and the evil alien blackmailing him can assume any form. Forced to team up with his reluctant assistant, the station’s irksome new chief of administration, and the runaway son of an heiress, Curtis discovers only one of them is who they claim to be. Old comrades rush to his aid, but rescue offers no guarantee of survival.

In MASS PRIMARY, book two of the DARK LANDING SERIES, the characters you loved in TRANSMUTED return to play a deadly, and sometimes humorous, game of “Who’s Rescuing Who?” Morals and motives are tested, and loyalties shift with each new plot revelation.

And if you haven’t read book 1, TRANSMUTED, 2017 KindleScout winner (first of all, why not?), now would be an excellent time to pick up a copy of both books. Read the preview for TRANSMUTED to learn how it all started: Space is complicated . . .

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One Response to THERE ARE NO DO-OVERS IN SPACE . . .

  1. dougphillipsbooks says:

    I picked up my copy. Looking forward to reading it!

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