Martin L. Shoemaker



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The Last Dance (The Near-Ea...

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The Last Campaign (The Near...

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Today I Am Carey

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Blue Collar Space

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Lost in The Fog

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A Most Auspicious Star

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HMI: Human-Machine Interface

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The Night We Flushed the Ol...

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Father-Daughter Outing

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The Mother Anthony

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“This is a political witch hunt, driven by people whom Captain Aames rubbed the wrong way.”
Martin L. Shoemaker, The Last Dance

“They are sitting shiva, Monsieur Trudeau,” I said. “That is a seven-day ritual. They cannot transact business during those seven days.” “Preposterous!” Again his voice rose. “We should let the scientific exploration of Mars fall behind for some primitive superstition? The body is buried, man, move on.”
Martin L. Shoemaker, The Last Campaign

“The first thing you should know about the second Bradbury expedition is I lived to tell you about it. That should be obvious since I’m telling you about it, right? But I had a drinking buddy back at the Old Town Tavern in Tycho Under, and practically every one of his stories ended with, “And then I died in the mess.”
Martin L. Shoemaker, The Last Dance



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