Heavy Metal Pulp: Money Shot: Netherworld Book Three

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Macmillan, Nov 9, 2010 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Detective Rook Venner was a successful investigating officer for the Hudson Valley Police Department--until the General Sangacha murder case came across his desk and his world exploded.

Now after being dragged through hell and back, Rook is on the run with Plesur, a Pleasure Model who is the one eyewitness to the murder. Plesur carries a secret in her brain that terrifies the powers-that-be. A secret that they will do anything to destroy--even bring in a Tactical Robotic Regiment to track Rook and Plesur down and annihilate them.

The only choice the two have is to locate the coordinates that were planted in the pleasure mod's head to the isolated mountain ridge where it all began. Deep underground, in a warren of machine halls and ice caves, something so horrific is happening that just knowing three code words is enough to get you killed: Operation Taste Imperative.

Rook and Plesur have no way back and no way out. If they want to survive and have any kind of life together, they must uncover the terrifying secret that lies deep inside the mountain.

 

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
21
Chapter Three
36
Chapter Four
52
Chapter Five
72
Chapter Six
81
Chapter Seven
91
Chapter Eight
100
Chapter Thirteen
153
Chapter Fourteen
166
Chapter Fifteen
174
Chapter Sixteen
186
Chapter Seventeen
196
Chapter Eighteen
208
Chapter Nineteen
222
Chapter Twenty
235

Chapter Nine
109
Chapter Ten
120
Chapter Eleven
133
Chapter Twelve
143
Chapter TwentyOne
248
Epilogue
268
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About the author (2010)

Christopher Rowley is a prolific science fiction and fantasy writer, author of Bazil Broketail and Starhammer. Rowley lives in New York's Hudson Valley.

Interior artist Justin Norman's design for graphic novels includes the critically acclaimed Elephantman comic series. Norman lives in Seattle, Washington.

Cover artist Gregory Manchess has produced covers for Time, National Geographic, and Atlantic Monthly, as well as spreads for Playboy, Omni, Newsweek, and Smithsonian.

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