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Suns Eclipsed - The Indigo Reports #2

Tracy Cooper-Posey

Publisher: Tracy Cooper-Posey

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It’s not an impossible mission.  It’s an insane one. 
 
Ten people.  Eriumans, Karassians, Free-Staters.  None of them armed with anything more lethal than a single repaired and unreliable one-handed ghostmaker and a handful of bladed weapons, all of them with mental instabilities from years of brain wipes and memory manipulations.   Worse, Bellona Cardenas is uncertain of their loyalties.  Ten fragile people to infiltrate the most secure facility in the Republic. 
 
So begins Suns Eclipsed, the second book in the Indigo Reports space opera science fiction series by award-winning SF author Tracy Cooper-Posey. 
 
The Indigo Reports series: 
0.5 Flying Blind 
1.0 New Star Rising 
1.1 But Now I See 
2.0 Suns Eclipsed 
3.0 Worlds Beyond 
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Praise for the Indigo Reports series: 
 
Tracy makes the world come alive and by the time you get to the end of the story you’re sitting on the edge 
 
An exciting glimpse of what's to come by this author in the SciFi genre. 
 
True SciFi is a magnificent world to enter and this is just the beginning of what I know will be a great series. 
 
Hits all the things that I love about Sci-fi. 
 
So much story!! So much promise!! This will keep my inner nerd happy. 
 
Keeping close tabs on this new Sci-fi series. 
 
I am a big fan of Tracy Cooper-Posey’s because I thoroughly enjoy the intrigue she generates with her fictional-but-believable worlds and unpredictable plots 
 
This little window into the world of SciFi did not disappoint me, in fact, I think I'm addicted!! 
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Tracy Cooper-Posey is an Amazon #1 Best Selling Author.  She writes science fiction and romance.  She has published over 85 books since 1999, been nominated for five CAPAs including Favorite Author, and won the Emma Darcy Award. 
 
She turned to indie publishing in 2011. Her indie titles have been nominated four times for Book Of The Year and Byzantine Heartbreak was a 2012 winner.  Faring Soul won a SFR Galaxy Award in 2016 for “Most Intriguing Philosophical/Social Science Questions in Galaxybuilding”  She has been a national magazine editor and for a decade she taught writing at MacEwan University. 
 
She is addicted to Irish Breakfast tea and chocolate, sometimes taken together. In her spare time she enjoys history, Sherlock Holmes, reading science fiction and ignoring her treadmill. An Australian Canadian, she lives in Edmonton, Canada with her husband, a former professional wrestler, where she moved in 1996 after meeting him on-line.

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