Buried Deep: A Retrieval Artist Novel

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ROC, Apr 30, 2005 - Fiction - 372 pages
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The skeletal remains of a human woman missing for twenty years is discovered on Mars. To determine what happened to her, Retrieval Artist Miles Flint must locate the woman's children-who disappeared with her and have remained in hiding ever since. REVIEW; Ms. Rusch has a knack for creating...a future that moves and breathes. (Philadelphia Weekly Press)

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Review: Buried Deep (Retrieval Artist #4)

User Review  - John Devenny - Goodreads

The fourth book in the Retreival Artist series gives us a much closer look at one of this universe's alien species the mysterious Disty and how their culture clashes with that of humanity. I am ... Read full review

Review: Buried Deep (Retrieval Artist #4)

User Review  - Stephen Jack - Goodreads

This series flows along very well. Twists and turns but keeps developing. Universe is very interesting Read full review

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Kristine Kathryn Rusch lives in Lincoln City, OR.

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