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Last Train To Nowhere: An Inspector Thomas Sullivan Thriller (The Chronicles of Inspector Thomas Sullivan) (Volume 2)

by K. C. Sivils

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Life can be cheap on the planet Beta Prime. Especially if you're a clone. Assigned to investigate a murdered military policeman in a lonely rural mining town, Inspector Thomas Sullivan unearths an illegal cloning operation, just the first of the horrors his investigation will expose. Complicating the investigation, the murder victim's commanding officer is none other than the man responsible for destroying Sullivan's military career. Surrounded by enemies he cannot recognize, Sullivan must uncover the deadly truth behind the horrors he has uncovered. Torn between helping his friend and uncovering the truth, Sullivan witnesses Father Nathan's own dark past come back to haunt the priest in a single horrifying incident. Like a spider drawn to a fly's web, the corrupt Captain Markeson is lured by the charms of a beautiful femme fatale into a deadly trap. With both driven by greed, who will betray the other first? The ensuing deception, doubt and violence is enough to shatter the fragile truce Sullivan has established with the mysterious Sarah. Beware of taking the Last Train to Nowhere. Broken hearts, betrayal and murder await your arrival. Crime noir set in a science fiction world, Last Train to Nowhere is a thriller that will draw you into its web of passion, betrayal and murder.… (more)
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Life can be cheap on the planet Beta Prime. Especially if you're a clone. Assigned to investigate a murdered military policeman in a lonely rural mining town, Inspector Thomas Sullivan unearths an illegal cloning operation, just the first of the horrors his investigation will expose. Complicating the investigation, the murder victim's commanding officer is none other than the man responsible for destroying Sullivan's military career. Surrounded by enemies he cannot recognize, Sullivan must uncover the deadly truth behind the horrors he has uncovered. Torn between helping his friend and uncovering the truth, Sullivan witnesses Father Nathan's own dark past come back to haunt the priest in a single horrifying incident. Like a spider drawn to a fly's web, the corrupt Captain Markeson is lured by the charms of a beautiful femme fatale into a deadly trap. With both driven by greed, who will betray the other first? The ensuing deception, doubt and violence is enough to shatter the fragile truce Sullivan has established with the mysterious Sarah. Beware of taking the Last Train to Nowhere. Broken hearts, betrayal and murder await your arrival. Crime noir set in a science fiction world, Last Train to Nowhere is a thriller that will draw you into its web of passion, betrayal and murder.

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