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Diarmuid long ago gave up hope of escaping his indentured servitude on the Family's large drug-refining space station. He owed money he didn't have, they made him an offer, and he loves breathing so he couldn't refuse. But when he accidentally uncovers a spy from a rival crime syndicate, everything changes. Suddenly escape looks possible and with a crazy sexbot and a ...more
ebook, 20 pages
Published December 29th 2011 by Doomed Muse Press (first published December 26th 2011)
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Kevis Hendrickson
A short fun story. This one grew on me as I got further through it. This was probably the most light-hearted of all the stories I've read from this author. There was lots of humor and wry jokes tossed about by the characters that helped to make it interesting. As usual, the writing is solid, the dialigoue witty, and the action engaging. Definitely a fun read.
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Jul 05, 2014 Kelly rated it liked it
Ante up, potatoes!

The first rule of Purgatory: never underestimate (or upset) Elsie the sexbot. Unfortunately for chief tech Diarmuid “Mick” O’Malley, he’s about to do just this, by declining her illicit request to smuggle her off-world. (As Elsie morosely points out, Mick will eventually be granted leave, even if it’s in a body bag; while she, the immortal android, is stuck there for eternity.) Until he remembers the likely spy who, masquerading as a doctor, snuck in on a transport ship earlier
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A clever short story, even if I didn't understand all the dialogue. And in this case, that's a good thing; the sexbot is programmed for the Roaring Twenties and her dialogue is historically accurate, meaning sometimes indecipherable. Four stars, a recommended read, and a good author.
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Annie Bellet is a full-time speculative fiction writer. She holds a BA in English and a BA in Medieval Studies and thus can speak a smattering of useful languages such as Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Welsh.

Her books include Avarice (Pyrrh Considerable Crimes Division: Book 1), The Gryphonpike Chronicles series, and the Twenty-Sided Sorceress series.

Her interests besides writing include rock climbing,
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