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Cleaning a space station is easy.
Staying under the radar? Priceless.
Triana Moore programs the robots that clean the glitzy Station Kelly Kornienko. Avoiding the wealthy inhabitants on the upper levels of the station is her number one rule. Well, number two, right after "eat all the chocolate."
But when one of her bots finds a dead body, all the rules go out the window. Or the airlock, since the windows on SK2 don't open.
Come along on a crazy ride through SK2 and across the galaxy with Triana Moore, Space Janitor.
This ebook contains the complete Space Janitor series including:
The Vacuum of Space
The Dust of Kaku
The Trouble with Tinsel
Glitter in the Stars
and the prequel, Orbital Operations.
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Alone and unafraid. Sometimes you prevent war by hunting down your enemies.
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Integrated with a superdreadnought, the artificial intelligence known as Reynolds takes his ship across the universe in search of the elusive Kurtherians. He comes to a revelation. He’s better in the company of living creatures.
He needs a crew. He needs information. And he needs to continue his search and destroy mission.
Needing a crew and getting a crew are two completely different things. Reynolds is out of his element as he tries to reach out and make friends. Through it all, he has his vessel, the superdreadnought, the most powerful warship in the galaxy.
Or so he believes.
The superdreadnought takes the fight to Grindlevik 3. Battles in space, battles of wits, battles of ideologies – Reynolds in cyberspace, the crew on the ground. Everyone is engaged.
The crew of the superdreadnought deploys on foot to win the hearts and minds of the native populations. The Grindlovians and the Telluride. Two races. One destiny.
And an interloper who is making everyone take notice.
Integrated with a superdreadnought, the artificial intelligence known as Reynolds has recruited a humanoid crew to help search the universe for the elusive Kurtherians. His mission continues, and no one stands in his way.
The superdreadnought gates into the middle of a battle. Whose side do they take?
Krokus 4. The system’s nexus of intelligent life. Who are the Krokans? Who are the Orau? Are there any good guys to protect?
It’s a dog’s breakfast from the word go. Reynolds is positioned to keep the sides from killing each other while he and the crew try to figure out what is going on. With a healthy dose of skepticism, they dig deep trying to find the truth. Underwater. In the vacuum of space. On another planet. Clues and answers can be found by only the most diligent.
All while fighting for their lives.
It’s business as usual for the superdreadnought and his crew.
The superdreadnought is hunting the cultists.
The chase takes the ship and crew to Muultar, a planet tortured by three raging stars. Why would anyone live in such a place?
But they do, and the Phraim-‘Eh cult has found fertile recruiting ground. Their plan is nothing short of taking over the whole planet.
How are they doing it? And who are those other aliens in the system, the ones who take issue with Reynolds? They seem more powerful than the superdreadnought.
Are they the long-lost Kurtherians, and Muultar is ground zero?
Once again, Superdreadnought Reynolds is caught between a rock and a hard place.
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--- PLEASE NOTE ---
In this book is cursing.
She thought being a space janitor was chaotic. Now she’s really in for a cleanup.
Triana Moore lost her job as a maintenance technician when her boss discovered her true identity. But decluttering the galaxy isn’t just for janitors. When she visits the ringed planet Grissom with security agent Ty O’Neill for his sister’s wedding, Triana discovers just how messy life can get.
Deported before she can finish her coffee, Triana barely misses an exploding shuttle. But in true space janitor fashion, she decides to investigate. With the help of a pair of mischievous twins, a hard-drinking grandma, and her old frenemy Vanti, will Triana save the wedding?
Of course she will. But how crazy will it get along the way? Open the book and find out!
The Rings of Grissom tells the continuing story of Triana Moore, (former) Space Janitor, but can be enjoyed by new readers as well. If you want to avoid spoilers, read Triana Moore, Space Janitor first.
A hero with big expectations. A daughter who doesn’t want to live in his shadow.
Siti Kassis, daughter of the “Hero of Darenti Four,” doesn't know what she wants out of life. A lot of her friends are taking time to travel and see the galaxy. But her father wants her to attend the Academy and follow in his footsteps.
Then the Hero is offered one last assignment: take a team to find and explore the deserted homeworld of mankind. It’s a twenty-year mission, and he doesn’t want to leave his only child behind. Siti's going, whether she wants to or not.
It's an exciting mission and a chance to make history--even if twenty years in deep sleep is a bummer of a way to start her “gap year.” But when they arrive, nothing is as they expected. Surprising finds and dangerous conditions cause her father to overreact, keeping Siti on a tight leash. When unknown enemies rear their dangerous heads, Siti must take matters into her own hands. Can the hero’s daughter save the day?
Presenting sixty nine stories of feline adventure that will make you chortle, chuckle, gasp, and guffaw.
We have: Pirates, cowboys, and spacewalkers.
Soul suckers, seers, and swashbuckling heroes.
With guest appearances by Mr. Darcy, The Madwoman in the Attic, and Hunter S. Thompson as a cat.
In the far reaches of outer space, cats crawl and pounce, shift and slaughter.
While back on Earth, the wicked are punished, the weak avenged, and the good guy wins against all odds.
We have paranormal fantasy, sci-fi, swords and sorcerers, cozy mysteries, romance, literary fiction, and much, much more.
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It's a dirty galaxy and someone has to clean it.
Avoiding the wealthy inhabitants on the upper levels of Station Kelly Kornienko is bot-programmer Triana’s number one rule. Well, number two, right after "eat all the chocolate."
But when one of her cleaning bots finds a dead body, all the rules go out the airlock. A highly connected security agent interrupts her routine with stories of missing bodies, and Triana can’t ignore him; it’s cooperate or find a new job. A girl has to pay the rent, even on a crappy studio compartment.
Working with a shiny detective beats a shuttle dirt-side, so Triana lends her programming skills to Agent O’Neill’s investigation. Together, they find more victims and evidence of a major cover-up.
It will take all Triana’s technical talents, most of O’Neill’s connections, and some really excellent croissants to stop the murders, save her job, and ultimately, her life.
The Vacuum of Space is the first book in a completed series.
This book was previously published as Murder is Messy
Honor and glory await those who graduate from the Explorer Academy. Or so she’s been told...
Fresh from the mission to Earth, Siti Kassis, daughter of the "Hero of Darenti Four," enrolls in the Colonial Explorer Corps academy--the same academy where her father was the captain of the grav-ball team, and still holds flight records for the extreme piloting competitions. As the daughter of a revered alum, she's expected to lead the legacy students to victory in every training scenario and game.
But Siti wants to prove her own worth. Shunned by the other legacies when she refuses to play by their unfair rules, she joins a band of misfits for her class's most arduous trial: Prime Survival Week.
When Siti and her friends discover they've been dropped into PSW with no supplies, no rules, and no end, will they figure out how to survive? Or will they devise a plan to win?
They say you can never go home. But, you can clean it.
Triana Moore, maintenance bot technician on Station Kelly-Kornienko, prefers life in orbit where the air is purified, the commute is short, and nature doesn’t get all over you. But when a minor infraction gets her sent to remedial training dirtside, she doesn’t complain. Who wouldn’t enjoy a few days of sitting in the sunshine, eating gourmet burgers and drinking too much Jager Hula?
When an unscheduled beach weekend uncovers dangerous squatters in her childhood home, the space janitor decides to clean house. She enlists the help of her roommate, Kara, and security agent Ty O’Neill. As they investigate, old friends resurface in suspicious circumstances, and Triana doesn’t know whom she can trust. She’s scheduled to work on Monday, so she must answer these questions before the weekend is over: Who are these infiltrators? What do they want? And when will that pizza finally be delivered?
This book was previously published as Dirtside Decluttering
Cleaning the galaxy, one cruise ship at a time.
When maintenance technician Triana Moore gets temporarily transferred to a passenger liner, she doesn't expect luxury and relaxation. Bot-minding is the same on a station or a ship. But with twelve-hour workdays and five roommates in her cabin, Triana thinks she should have read the employment contract more carefully.
Days into the cruise, her boss, Les, goes missing. Triana dusts off her sleuthing skills to start snooping. Together with a retired Marine Corps dance instructor, a socially inept hospitality intern, and her favorite security agent, she must navigate more than just the solar system. They dodge dance competition divas, reality show cameras, and the occasional wealthy sociopath to search for the missing supervisor.
Will they find Les before she goes dancing through the stars? And will they find time to hit the buffet before all the chocolate strawberries are gone?
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This book was originally published as Stars, Stiffs and Stains
Siti Kassis has survived the Academy--almost. She has one last cadet mission before she graduates, but it should be easy. She'll be the most junior member of an established CEC team landing on a partially explored planet. With decades of experience and the full support of the corps, what could go wrong?
It's a big galaxy, and somebody needs to clean it.
When maintenance technician Triana Moore arrives on the planet Sally Ride, she just wants to get through the high-lev meeting and get her relationship with Agent Ty O'Neill back to normal. But everywhere she turns, she's reminded of the serial killer who got away.
When a short escape from the boredom leads her to an eerily familiar crime scene, she starts to wonder if she's losing it.
With the help of Ty, her frenemy Vanti, and a cupcake truck, will Triana survive the most boring meeting in the galaxy? And will she finally sweep her nemesis out of her life? Or will she run away again--this time for good?
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The Federation will make you pay for your crimes, even fake ones.
They put Quinn in jail and then took away her kids. Escaping was no longer enough. She was going to become the Federation’s worst nightmare.
Tony, a spy from a rival star system who is the scion of a galactic crime family. Quinn, falsely accused former military betrayed by her husband. A conspiracy that intertwines their lives.
The Federation shouldn’t have tried to make her a scapegoat.
Quinn’s escape starts today. Tomorrow, her new life begins.
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