By Charles Ingrid
The Thraks had killed Jack Storm's commanding officer, and hurricane were given the command of the Knights and the accountability of overcoming the Thraks. yet a mysterious new race of extraterrestrial beings had seemed at the scene--in superstar ships which annihilated human and Thrakian ships alike! unique.
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But it was difficult. Very, very difficult. Now he could contemplate squashing the Dominion Knight like the plasmic worm he was. The samovar of tea had cooled, cookie crumbs had been swept away, and Pepys’ fine hair had crackled down to a moderate aura before the emperor’s emerald eyes fastened on him with their usual predatory stare. Colin put his cup down. ” The emperor rocked back, visibly startled. ” Pepys caught the joke and laughed before putting aside his cup. “Neither,” he said. ” “So you did.
He pulled up short to stare at his new minister. Baadluster did not return the piercing look, he was in a world of his own. The minister was homely, tall and pasty pale, with lips too thick and ears too large, poking out from limp brown hair, but the man had eyes of coal black that, once focused, could burn you to the core. Pepys erupted back into motion before Baadluster could focus on him. He had needed a new minister, now that the Thrakian League had declared war. Baadluster assumed those new duties overtly, and, covertly, those of Winton, Pepys’ head of the secret service, who had died on Bythia in Jack Storm’s hands.
Amber had made love to a man with only half a past, and not much of a future. Bogie had the key to the other half, and Jack could not rest until it was restored to him. With that past in his grasp, he could offer Amber a future of her own. And find a way to extract his revenge upon Pepys and the Thrakian League. With the stealth Amber herself had taught him, he dressed and left her alone. Chapter 8 It was an ill-kempt, sour-looking group that was cut away from the evacuees upon docking on Malthen.
Alien Salute - The Sand Wars IV by Charles Ingrid