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From acclaimed author William C. Dietz, a novel of Sam McCade, interstellar bounty hunter. This time it's personal - pirate Mustapha Pong has kidnapped McCade's daughter. Usually, McCade works for pay, but this time, the only reward is seeing his daughter alive - and he'll do anything to make that happen.

©1990 William C. Dietz (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Im a bid WCD fan. I have listened to most of his books and i fallow him on FB to keep up with new releases. I read the first 3 in the series a long time ago. SO after being accustomed to his later works it was fun to go back to a sophomore series of his. It shows how he has become better at his art. So don't expect a Legion novel here. Its still a good story and the narrator does a fine job.

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Do yourself a favor and follow this series from the beginning. The narrator had a little trouble with the first book, but was measurably better by the second, forward. The story is wonderful and keeps you going. I'm glad I could listen, as I wouldn't have gotten anything done if holding a book. My new favorite author and reader.