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The Scoundrel Worlds The Scoundrel Worlds by Chris Bunch
reviewed by Cindy Lynn Speer
Star Risk, LTD. has been hired to do two very hard missions. The first involves the most popular and dangerous game in the solar system -- skyball. The referees have been threatened and it's up to the team to make sure things stay fair and the referees stay alive. The next is a slightly more complicated mission. Maen Sufyerd, head of the Strategic Intelligence Division has been tried and convicted for selling particularly sensitive secrets to his world's greatest enemy. Jen Reynold, former premier and friend of Sufyerd, is certain he's innocent, and needs Star Risk to find out who really sold these secrets and why, before Sufyerd is executed.

Star Risk, LTD. Star Risk, LTD. by Chris Bunch
reviewed by Cindy Lynn Speer
When M'chel Riss left the Alliance Marines for the private security sector, she thought she'd be able to make ends meet. Little did she know she'd have to deal with employers who'd gladly stiff her on the bill and leave her worrying over where her next meal is coming from. Enter into this picture Friedrich von Baldur. He is impressed with her talents and wants her to become a partner in his security firm, Star Risk LTD. She agrees, even though the company is far from solvent.

Corsair Corsair by Chris Bunch
reviewed by John Berlyne
Pirates and magic! It would be hard to put these two ingredients together in a fantasy novel and not come up with something to delight one's readers. The author has come up with a salty sea-faring yarn that will transport you to a place far more exotic and interesting than wherever you are right now!

The Last Legion The Last Legion by Chris Bunch
reviewed by Todd Richmond
It's the first of a new series, but those of you acquainted with Bunch's previous work will find yourselves in familiar territory. Take a couple of criminals, drop them into a brewing mess of interstellar war, racial prejudice and guerrilla warfare, and watch what happens.

The Demon King The Demon King by Chris Bunch
reviewed by Todd Richmond
The author knows how to write about war and battle, intrigue and betrayal. The senselessness and the horror force the reader to wonder how soldiers could ever go on. The novel also clearly shows how a sense of duty and honour can be carried too far, something seen in our own history.

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