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by Zach Hughes

Free eBook Closed System (Signet SF, AE1470) download ISBN: 0451141709
Author: Zach Hughes
Publisher: New American Library; 1st edition (March 4, 1986)
Language: English
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Science Fiction
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The nutrition servos were working well, as were,indeed, all of the ship's systems except the computer. She was in excellent condition for her age, squat and squarish,solidly built.

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Hugh Zachary (January 12, 1928 - September 5, 2016) was an American novelist who has written science fiction novels under the pseudonyms Zach Hughes and Evan Innes (the latter for the America 2040 series). His other pseudonyms include Peter Kanto and Pablo Kane. He describes himself as "the most published, underpaid and most unknown writer in the .

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Pat Howe, skipper and sole crew member of the space tug Skimmer, sensed trouble as soon as he accepted the commision from the Zede businessmen. Why were they willing to pay so much for him to transport medicine to Taratwo? And why did they insist on having Skimmer, a fully armed and notoriously fast tug, bring an unnamed passanger back for Taratwo? But Patnever dreamed when he blasted off that he'd taken the first step on a journey that would bring him to an unknown corner of the universe, where the flames of a millennium-old rebellion were about to be fanned into a threat to the entire civilized universe.
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This is a fine, somewhat old-fashioned throwback to the kinds of space operas that don't see themselves written much anymore.

The story innocently enough--a man who likes the solitary trader life gets a commission that's a bit too good to believe. He checks and checks, doesn't find anything wrong, and proceeds with the transaction--and of course that's when everything goes south. Along the way he is kidnapped, gets wrapped up in an interstellar conspiracy, woos a princess, and generally has to watch for death and danger at every turn.

I really liked this book and was quite pleased when I rediscovered as I don't think I've read it since I initially purchased it back in 1986. Quirky, different, fun--if you like action, get this book!
Great pulp fun with an old fashioned sci-fi feel!