On The Case

On The Case

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The spaceport brings trade, adventure and bewildering new crimes to New York City’s future. To police this new…

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By Edward McKeown


The spaceport brings trade, adventure and bewildering new crimes to New York City’s future. To police this new frontier, Brian McManus, whose wisecracking humor masks an uncynical heart, teams with Regina Del Mar, cream of the academy, to police the mean streets of the Offport. They’re aided by the hottest product of the Louisiana bayou, Freddie Bouvier, whose transgender eyes piece the heart of darkness masking the evil that man and alien do. The future will be stranger than you can imagine. Join McManus and his crew as they pursue criminals and clean up the streets of Offport.

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Author Information:

Edward McKeown escaped from NY, but his old hometown supplies much of the background to his humorous “Lair of the Lesbian Love Goddess” shorts, as his new hometown in Charlotte, North Carolina does for his “Knight Templar” urban fantasy series. He enjoys a wide variety of interests from ballroom dance to the martial arts. Ed has also edited four Sha’Daa anthologies of tales of the Apocalypse and a wide variety of short stories. Ed is best known for his Robert Fenaday/Shasti Rainhell series of SF novels set on the Privateer Sidhe. He will soon debut a new series set in the same universe, featuring a 50,000 year old android named Maauro and her friend, a disgraced pilot named Wrik Trigardt, as they battle governments and the Thieves Guild for their freedom.
Find him on Facebook and at edwardmckeown.weebly.com and his Amazon author page.


“This is McKeown’s gift: he tells tales like Heinlein, and he makes them brand new. If you have read any of these stories when they were first published you’ll be thrilled to see how they are integrated into a – dare I say it – novelistic story arc. And if you haven’t, well then I really envy you the ride. Enjoy!”
—Tim McLoughlin: Editor of Brooklyn Noir and author of Heart of the Old Country

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