Want something new to read?

Fresh out of the word mines, it’s the official launch of something new, shiny, and good to read! Do you like suborbital planes, revolutions, military advisors with multiple competing agendas, explosions, bush flying, and ambushed ambushes?

When her plane tries to come apart at apogee during a hijack, ballistic airline pilot Michelle Lauden handles the worst day she could imagine. After getting down without losing any passengers or crew, though, she finds her troubles have just begun!

The country she’s landed in has just declared independence from the Federation. The Feds intended her passengers to be the first casualties in the impending war – and they’re not happy she’s survived to contradict their official narrative in the news.

The local government wants to find her to give her a medal. The Feds are hunting her to give her an unmarked grave. As they both close in, Michelle’s running out of options and time. The only people able to protect her are an accident investigation team on loan from the Federation’s enemies… the same enemies who sent her hijackers in the first place.

And they have their own plans for her, and the country she’s in!

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  1. All right, I bought it — I’ve read at least one book from each of the other MGC contributors — but I’m worried. It’s short for $4.99 and it features one of the ultra-cliched “strong female protagonists” in what appears to be an action / paramilitary setting. And I promise to review it.

    1. I didn’t think it was short at all.

      As for the heroine, she’s *sensible*. The kick-ass military advisors are blown away by her willingness to let them save her life by recognizing who the experts are and doing what they think is a good idea. (After she’d saved theirs.) Being a strong female protagonist doesn’t mean stupid, it means being a subject matter expert and good at what you do.

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