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Bad Rock Beat Down (Book Two in The Milky Way Repo Series)
A sci-fi crime novel set in a dirty, corrupt universe.
The starship repossession agents of Milky Way Repo are sent to the desolate settlement of Bad Rock to retrieve a vessel. Once there, they become entangled with a notorious thug running a smuggling operation for the Syndicate. Struggling to do the right thing while trying to complete their job, things go seriously awry with deadly consequences.
About the Author:
Michael Prelee is a graduate of Youngstown State University. He resides in Northeast Ohio with his family where he enjoys writing. His first novel, the sci-fi crime story Milky Way Repo, was published in 2015 by EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy. His second novel, Murder in the Heart of it All, a mystery set in Ohio, was published in 2017. Bad Rock Beat Down is his third novel. [MORE]
"Fans of the first book will find plenty to enjoy here. It moves just as smoothly, the characters are the same likable folks we got to know from the previous adventure, and the villains are just sleazy enough to be convincing without coming off as caricatures." - marc a. gayan
"We've gotten to know the characters better, and this book starts with a simple job on Mars that sets Nathan Teller, Captain of the Blue Moon Bandit with a moral choice that hangs over his head the rest of the novel." - Lcthulou
"I appreciate the way the crew prefers to resolve problems without violence, if possible. Of course, dealing with criminals doesn’t make that easy." - ranson_larry"
"Overall, the story was well played out. Another plus is that although this book is the second in a series, it stood on its own. I didn't feel that I missed any pertinent information from Book 1." - JavaDavis
Books in The Milky Way Repo Series:
"The Milky Way Repo universe is populated by hard working men and women who are trying to make their way in a tough world. They are scrappy business owners who find themselves beset by criminals in the course of doing their jobs. How they deal with this adversity makes for entertaining stories." - Michael Prelee