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Sep 01, 1997
| ISBN 9781101525944
Sep 01, 1997 | ISBN 9781101525944
Once Glynn gives his ultimate performance as an actor in the famous Stanislaus Troupe, his life will be forever changed. He’ll be banned from the stage just because he’s turned fifteen, which in the Stanislaus Troupe means the end of the limelight for a man. Only women can continue to build their careers, women like his mother Jerelynn, the Great Lynn, perhaps the finest actress ever to grace the starways. But someone is determined to end the careers of mother and son alike, and when an assassin’s unexpected strike leaves Jerelynn on the brink of death Glynn has no choice. He won’t let his mother die—even if it means using forbidden and highly experimental technology to keep her alive. Yet this may prove but a temporary reprieve, for the assassins will not rest until their destruction is complete. Their only chance for survival lies in tracking down the people behind the killers. And the trail will lead from the satellite colonies down to the mother planet itself—straight into a deadly game of vengeance and conspiracy that will involve some of the most powerful organizations on Earth…
Gayle Greeno, born in New York, is an American fantasy author. She has written two series of books, Ghatti’s Tale and Ghattens’ Gambit, as well as a stand-alone novel, Mind Snare.
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