Monday, June 13, 2011

Kristine Kathryn Rusch's 2005 SF detective novel Buried Deep available for Kindle e-reader

More good news! Buried Deep: A Retrieval Artist Novel (2005) written by bestselling writer and Hugo Award-winning science fiction & fantasy author Kristine Kathryn Rusch is now available for the Kindle e-reader. Here is the promotional piece from Amazon:

A cold case starts it all—human bones discovered beneath the Martian soil in the alien Disty’s main city. The Disty evacuate, believing the area contaminated. Forensic anthropologist Aisha Costard investigates and discovers that the bones belong to a woman last seen thirty years before.

But the woman didn’t vanish, nor did anyone believe her dead. She Disappeared, along with her children, after being charged with crimes against an alien civilization. Costard believes the children hold the key to this mystery, but she can’t find them on her own. So she returns to the Moon to hire Miles Flint.

As Flint investigates, events move swiftly around him, and suddenly what began as a simple murder case turns into an incident that might destroy the entire solar system....

Rusch’s bestselling, award-winning Retrieval Artist novels have been trumpeted by some critics as one of the top ten science fiction detective series ever!

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