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While space biologists Jonathan Bartell and Gaby Larsen attend a conference held at a base in the asteroid belt, a man approaches Jonathan in great distress.

He's been asked to take over command of a previously commercial research station, but strange things started happening: plants glowing in the dark, lights turning themselves on and off, computers misbehaving.

He discovered the cause, but Section Command issues a gag order on the issue. This is strange, because the Force is investing big in research.

Jonathan is left with many questions: Who is this man, why does no one want to hear what he says, what is he doing at the conference, and what is the ultimate enemy of humanity?

A novella in the Space Agent Jonathan Bartell series, which explores biology in space and what happens when people start messing with it.

©2018 Patty Jansen (P)2020 Patty Jansen

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creepy and sometimes humorous shorter read

Quick read with a disturbing premise. In this book Jonathan is puzzling out both a strange growth and his relationship with Gaby. Of the two, the second seems to be most challenging for him. This is a lighter read that doesn't get too concerned with the details behind the science but slowly unfurls a biological threat created and strengthened through attempts to destroy it. Good thing it was contained quickly (or was it?) because this is what nightmares are made of. Note to self, don't cut corners on decontamination jobs!

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