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Zero-G

By Rob Boffard
Read by John Chancer and Sarah Borges

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Following Tracer comes Zero-G - the second heart-stopping thriller in the Outer Earth series

'Never lets up, from the nerve-jangling beginning to the explosive end' James Douglas on Tracer

Outer Earth is a giant space station, orbiting the dead remains of our planet. It is humanity's last refuge.

Riley Hale may be the newest member of the station's law enforcement team, but she feels less in control than ever. When a doctor bent on revenge blackmails her, Riley has no choice but to give in to his demands and break a dangerous prisoner out of jail. But this is not just any prisoner - it's someone capable of bringing the entire space station to its knees.

With time running out, Riley must break her own beliefs - and every law she's sworn to protect - if she has any hope of saving Outer Earth from destruction.

Experience the excitement of Outer Earth in Zero-G - an action-packed thriller set in space from Rob Boffard.

The Outer Earth novels:

TRACER
ZERO-G
IMPACT

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  • ISBN: 9781405537049
  • Publication date: 25 Aug 2016
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  • Imprint: Hachette Audio
Boffard's story moves lightning fast . . . The action is tense and brisk, a fine beach read for thriller fans. — Publisher's Weekly
A riveting, claustrophobic tale full of suspense and intrigue . . . as vital as it is entertaining — STARBURST on ZERO-G
Taught and tough, with nerve-shredding tension and jaw-rattling pace, Boffard's space world is shaping up to be far from 'out-there' — SUNDAY SPORT on ZERO-G
TRACER is the literary equivalent of a base jump: fast, exhilarating and unforgettable, and once you start it you can't stop — Sarah Lotz, author of THE THREE on TRACER
TRACER sets a new standard for all-action SF — Ken MacLeod on TRACER
Riley Hale battles to save the last remnants of humanity in the claustrophobic, brilliantly evoked world of a crumbling space station where danger lies around every corner. A stunning debut by Rob Boffard that never lets up, from the nerve-jangling beginning to the explosive end — James Douglas, author of THE DOOMSDAY TESTAMENT on TRACER
Relentlessly fast pace...Vivid action scenes — SFX on TRACER
Compelling, compulsive...Thoroughly entertaining - this one's worth picking up if you're in the mood for some sci-fi action — SCIFI AND FANTASY REVIEWS on TRACER
If you're after a fast-paced, action-packed, cinematic space adventure, then Tracer is absolutely for you . . . A promising debut, I think Rob Boffard is an author to watch — CIVILIAN READER on TRACER
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