The Damsel: Black Sun No. 1

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by David Dixon

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After a hijacking attempt damages their decrepit Black Sun 490 freighter, Snake and his boss are desperate for cash.

Enter Carla, gorgeous mercenary bad girl with a job offer that seems too good to be true. Unfortunately for him, while Snake is convinced she’s stringing them along to their deaths, he’s not the one in charge.

The job gets dicey in a hurry, and it doesn’t take him long to figure out a fatal blow is coming. He’s just not sure if it will come from the pirates that haunt the nav lanes, knife-wielding goons looking for revenge, Carla herself, or the cheap vodka he drinks to stay sane.

If Snake’s going to make it out alive, he’ll need every bit of his quick wit—and an even quicker trigger finger.

Genre(s): Science fiction, speculative fiction, space opera, contemporary, neo-noir

Length: Short novel

Series #: 1

ISBN: 978-1-952152-45-0 eBook // 978-1-952152-46-7 Paperback

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After a hijacking attempt damages their decrepit Black Sun 490 freighter, Snake and his boss are desperate for cash.

Enter Carla, gorgeous mercenary bad girl with a job offer that seems too good to be true. Unfortunately for him, while Snake is convinced she’s stringing them along to their deaths, he’s not the one in charge.

The job gets dicey in a hurry, and it doesn’t take him long to figure out a fatal blow is coming. He’s just not sure if it will come from the pirates that haunt the nav lanes, knife-wielding goons looking for revenge, Carla herself, or the cheap vodka he drinks to stay sane.

If Snake’s going to make it out alive, he’ll need every bit of his quick wit—and an even quicker trigger finger.

Genre(s): Science fiction, speculative fiction, space opera, contemporary, neo-noir
Length: Short novel
Series #: 1
ISBN: 978-1-952152-45-0 eBook // 978-1-952152-46-7 Paperback

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About the Author

David Dixon has been writing both fiction and non-fiction for over twenty years, and is thrilled to have his first series debut with Kyanite.  A husband, father of two, and Army veteran whose combat days in Iraq are long behind him; he lives in Northern Virginia where he does his damndest not to waste your tax dollars at work.

Some days are more successful than others.

Right now he’s probably reading or drinking whiskey—or both.