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The Night Ripper (The Watchers in the Dark Book 1)

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In a seedy bar, on a rundown space station, a young woman hides her identity.

In the lonely depths of space, aboard his damaged flagship, a pirate king dreams of the past.

In an executive boardroom worlds away, a corporate oligarch decides the fate of millions.

And in the darkness between the stars, something evil is stirring.

An enormous starship has traveled the galaxy f
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Kindle Edition, 259 pages
Published October 28th 2018
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Matthew
Oct 30, 2018 rated it really liked it
Good start

Good space opera. Could use a little more details with the characters and events. Some items kept getting mentioned but was never acknowledged as a plot.
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