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Moonsteed
Moonsteed, Beasts Book One

Sergeant Verity killed the wrong man, and now she has until tomorrow morning, or 16.7 Earth days, to stop the right one and bring justice to Callisto.

Verity works with specially bred horses as part of a pseudomilitary research group on a newly terraformed moon of Jupiter. Hunting down a spy in possession of stolen data is just another day's work. She's not impressed with Vladimir, a timid scholar who arrives at the research base with a beautiful stallion he has genetically engineered. But when her superiors start disappearing and an arrest warrant is issued on Verity herself for spying, she discovers the spy was not what he appeared. She's going to need the help of both Vladimir and the virtual ghost of the dead spy to find and stop the mastermind who is playing games with them all.

Moonsteed -- Reviews

Like most hard science fiction, the opening of Moonsteed is difficult to understand. But as the world building continues you start to understand the story more. I found myself really interested in the outcome which was surprising because at first I didn't really like the heroine, Verity. At the beginning of Moonsteed, she was not a very likeable character. I thought Moonsteed would be hard story to enjoy. But as Verity changed and became a better person I began to enjoy Moonsteed much more. Moonsteed is definitely a story worth reading, especially for Science Fiction fans. --Sizzling Hot Book Reviews

...Benson tackled the unconventional hero and heroine pairing with gusto. Color me one satisfied reader.. --Heather Massey, The Galaxy Express

5 Stars --Ghostwriter Literary Reviews


202-page paperback ISBN 978-0956608062

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