SOLDIERS LOST IN TIME, 152 LIGHT-YEARS FROM HOME, WITH A DAUNTING TASK FOR SURVIVAL
NEW NOVEL SET IN THE AWARD-WINNING TERRAN REPUBLIC SERIES
Taken from their planet and their century, they are not just the Lost Soldiers: they are Murphy’s Lawless.
Major Rodger Y. Murphy should have died when his helicopter crashed off the coast of Mogadishu in 1993. Instead, he woke up in 2125, 152 light-years from home. Murphy and a hundred other “Lost Soldiers” have been retrieved and awakened by two officers of the Consolidated Terran Republic: Trevor Corcoran and Richard Downing.
Promising to return, Corcoran and Downing leave the twentieth-century castaways with a daunting objective: establish a base of operations on the main world of R’Bak using local allies they have yet to recruit and enemy equipment they have yet to seize.
They haven’t been back yet.
But the company of misfits and ne’er-do-wells who’ve taken the nickname Murphy’s Lawless rises to the challenge!
About Raising Caine:
“This is science-fiction adventure on a grand scale.” —Kirkus
“Gannon’s harrowing . . . military space opera (following Trial by Fire)builds well on his established setting . . . ” —Publishers Weekly
Charles E. Gannon is the author of the Compton Crook Award-winning, Nebula-nominated Caine Riordan series, as well as two novels in John Ringo’s Black Tide Rising series.
Griffin Barber is the coauthor of 1636: Mission to the Mughals and 1637: The Peacock Throne.
A Webster Award winner and three-time Dragon Award finalist, Chris Kennedy is a military veteran, author, speaker, and small-press publisher who has written more than thirty books.
Mike Massa has lived an adventurous life, including stints as a university researcher, a tech entrepreneur, an investment banker and has served in the U.S. Navy.