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Ethical Arbitrator

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Cleanth seems amused at the tall man's response, “I have a major problem. An alien criminal is supplying certain criminal elements of your planet with what is locally called a ‘designer drug.’ Do you know what that sort of thing is?”
The tall man says, “Normally a designer drug is a combination of controlled substances, or a chemically or genetically altered controlled sub
Published January 23rd 2013 by R. Richard

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Jun 08, 2013 R. Richard rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
The Tall Man has a new problem to solve.
Aliens are furnishing criminals with a designer drug. The criminals are using slave labor to process the drug.
The Tall Man's job is to stop the distribution of the designer drug, without killing the addicted slave laborers.
The Tall Man's employers can't help him, because the aliens have a military ship of the same power as the aliens who employ the Tall man.
The job is near impossible, but then, nearly all of the Tall man's jobs are near impossible.
Jun 10, 2013 Sandor rated it it was amazing
The tall man is back.
This time it's alien drug dealers.
An interesting story.
Jackie marked it as to-read
Aug 20, 2013
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I have 44 novels and over 160 short stories currently published.

I'm the co-author, with Sunset Thomas, of Anatomy of An Adult Film.

I spent my early years in the part of Los Angeles known as the South Central. I was known as Whi' Boy, which was sufficient to indentify me in that place. I'm a skilled kung-fu player, using a system that I learned from a Korean I knew only as 'Pak.' It would be easier
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