by Lindsay Buroker

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McCall Richter works as a skip tracer, tracking down criminals, con men, and people who stop making payments on their fancy new spaceships.

Her job description says nothing about locating vast quantities of stolen maple syrup, but thanks to her helpful new android employee, she finds herself tramping through a "sugar house" on a frosty moon full of suspicious characters. The only witness to the crime? The junkyard dog next door.

Junkyard is a stand-alone novella set two years before Fractured Stars.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161281215
Publisher: Lindsay Buroker
Publication date: 01/06/2019
Series: Fractured Stars
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,280
File size: 269 KB

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Junkyard 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An excellent light read. I found myself not able stop turning the pages as I had to find out who stole the maple syrup. A quick read recommended for all
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thoroughly enjoyed this quick read. It has humor and heart with a good bit of mystery.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A must read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
On this fledgling series! McCall & her partner -- an android who was not quite sure that freedom should apply to him -- are private investigators hired to find a thief. How they do that and manage to avoid a bad end makes for a good enough short story that I will be buying the next book to see where they go & what they do next. :-)
Anonymous 3 days ago
very imaginative. liked it.
Anonymous 4 days ago
Held my attention.
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Anonymous 18 days ago
I liked it
Anonymous 26 days ago
. . . with an interesting and sympathetic central character.
Anonymous 3 months ago
I could not read the whole book. Too many wonderful reads out there to waste my time on this!
Anonymous 3 months ago
Very great characters
Anonymous 4 months ago
The heroin is autistic which is so refreshing to have something unusual to add to the story. Very good character and world building , enjoyed reading about this world and Captain McCall
Anonymous 5 months ago
Glad the story was short
Anonymous 6 months ago
A uniquly different sci-fi story. Worth a read
Anonymous 7 months ago
Anonymous 7 months ago
Simple but not boring.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Enjoyed this unusual protagonist with a good plot.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Another good story. Always enjoy the characters and their personalities. The dialogue is very good. Entertaining and a complete little story. Every story doesn’t need to be about saving a world or universe. Some of the best are about the people and their own little world.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice beginning to new series.
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Anonymous 7 months ago
Interesting. I enjoyed reading this book, but... " Thank the suns...". Is God completely gone from our future? It's best not to take His Name in vain in any case. Too many references to the dog's bathroom functions and sexual organs. Unnecessary. I didn't appreciate the bad language, either, but do understand that it's realistic - except for McCall. She could have been a more refined person than the others. The protagonist will stroke a dirty junkyard dog but not willingly touch a clean human being? Editing free: Grammar: I appreciate you coming out... ; ...as if she was a... (sample); new employee to pursue...; Considering the warehouse had ... (& many such); they have only found out three days...; it shined through now; to rely on public... (& other places); maybe I better; He appears uncooperative, Punctuation: good! Except for "Dunham, and he"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago