Operative Sequence: Digital Science Fiction Anthology (Digital Science Fiction Short Stories Series Two Book 4)

Operative Sequence: Digital Science Fiction Anthology (Digital Science Fiction Short Stories Series Two Book 4)
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Series: Digital Science Fiction, Science Fiction Anthologies
Genre: Science Fiction
Tags: Anthologies, Science Fiction Anthologies
Publisher: Digital Science Fiction, an imprint of Digital Fiction Publishing Corp.
Publication Year: 2016
ASIN: B01L9AMDCC
Operative Sequence - Digital Science Fiction Anthology: Series 2 - Book 4 Ten great science fiction short stories, including: Could They But Speak by David Steffen Conscientious Objectors by Jay Werkheiser The Story of the Ship that Brought Us Here by Stephen Case Kernel by Sean Monaghan Solo by J...
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Operative Sequence – Digital Science Fiction Anthology: Series 2 – Book 4

Ten great science fiction short stories, including:

Could They But Speak by David Steffen

Conscientious Objectors by Jay Werkheiser

The Story of the Ship that Brought Us Here by Stephen Case

Kernel by Sean Monaghan

Solo by J.S. Arquin

Midnight in Absheron by Edward Ashton

Illegal Alien by Matthew W. Quinn

Killers by Vincent L. Scarsella

Passive Resistance by David Tallerman

Casino Five by Helen Stubbs

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About the Author
Matthew W. Quinn

Matthew W. Quinn has been writing since he was in preschool, using his grandmother’s old typewriter to tell a tale of dinosaurs in diving helmets. He’s advanced since then—now he writes on his own laptop cranking out tales as varied as alternate-history nuclear conflicts and espionage, Viking Age battles with monsters, and licensed fiction for the BATTLETECH universe. He counts among his favorite authors S.M. Stirling, Dean Koontz, and James R. Tuck.

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