The Kruton Interface

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Ace Books, 1993 - Fiction - 185 pages
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Assigned to the Repulsive, the lowest rated ship in the Space Forces, Captain David Wanker faces his greatest challenge when an army of alien lawyers sues the entire human race. Original.

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User Review  - John Logsdon - Goodreads

Yes, it's goofy, but sometimes goofy is good! After reading a ton of serious sf or fantasy, I enjoy kicking back and having a lighthearted adventure that makes me giggle. Read full review

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User Review  - Dave White - Goodreads

I vaguely recall reading this in high school when it was new and liking it. Twenty years later and I want to travel back in time and smack some sense into myself. Read full review


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John DeChancie is the author of two dozen books-both fiction and non-fiction-and his novels in the fantasy and science fiction genres have been attracting a wide readership for more than fifteen years. He has also written in the horror genre, and for publications as widely varied as "Penthouse" and "Cult Movies." His most recent book, "Other States of Being," is a collection of some of his acclaimed short fiction.

John J. Miller is the author of more than a half-dozen novels, including "The Twilight Zone, Book 1: Shades of Night, Falling." He has also written a number of short stories, including ten in the "Wild Cards" shared-world series edited by "New York Times" best-selling fantasy author George R.R. Martin. His nonfiction has appeared in magazines as diverse as "Tropical Fish Hobbyist" and "Baseball Digest." Among his upcoming projects is the novel "Wild Cards: Five Card Draw," the latest entry in the series, to be published by ibooks, inc. Miller lives in New Mexico.

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