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Shattered Truth - Opus X #2

Michael Anderle

Publisher: LMBPN Publishing

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Summary

The cover-up that could bring down the Federation. 
On the fringes of human space, a murder will light a fuse and send two different people colliding together. 
He's a thirty-year veteran of military operations, she's the youngest daughter of a wealthy business family. 
Both used roundabout means to become detectives. She's smart, he's tactical. Now they need to learn from each other. 
Mix in a very early high budget R&D AI created by the Military and we might have a problem. 
For those trying to hide from justice. 
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Two years ago, a small moon in a far off system was set to be the location of the first intergalactic war between humans and an alien race. 
It never happened. However, something was found many are willing to kill to keep a secret. 
Now, they have killed the wrong people. 
How many will need to die to keep the truth hidden?  
As many as is needed. 
He will have vengeance no matter the cost. She will dig for the truth. No matter how risky the truth is to reveal. 
Go up and click Buy Now and prepare for the mystery that determined humanities future. 
"An incredibly good fictionalized accounting of humanities future, and what Lin and Blackwell uncovered that shook the foundations of both the powerful and the elite." - UFE Interstellar News.

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