The Space Sorcerers

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F+W Media, Oct 1, 2012 - Fiction - 250 pages
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A sudden, savage, suicidal, senseless attack.

Why are thousands of Tinkers ready, eager, and determined to die in an insane attack on their planetary neighbor, Shan?

War consultant Ray Cottrell doesn’t really care; a beautiful young playmate has just jumped into his lap, one of many in a long line. But when he realizes what’s behind the Tinkers’ suicide, he realizes he’s going to have to step in.

Because he alone can defeat the Space Sorcerers.

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About the author (2012)

J.T. McIntosh is the pseudonym used by the Scottish science fiction writer James Murdoch Macgregor. Born in 1925 in Renfrewshire, he published his first short story in 1950 in Astounding Science Fiction. His first novel was published in 1953. He died in 2008.

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