OUT NOW–Cursed Command (Angel In The Whirlwind III)

8 Mar

Captain Kat Falcone owes her life and career to her former right-hand man, William McElney, and she did everything in her power to make sure he was front and center for a promotion. But now that he has it, she fears he’ll have to watch his back. Captain McElney has been assigned to HMS Uncanny—nicknamed Unlucky—a heavy cruiser tainted by the mysterious deaths of two former captains and rumors of mutineers. Nevertheless, as the interstellar war with the Theocracy rages on, the Uncanny will travel in tandem with Kat’s starship, HMS Lightning, to the notoriously lawless Jorlem Sector to forge alliances for the Commonwealth and quash rampant piracy.

As Captain McElney struggles to whip a hostile crew of miscreants into a disciplined fighting force, Kat is saddled with an undermining new executive officer—an untested aristocrat whose bigotry colors his sense of duty. Both captains wage war against ruthless pirates while conspirators aboard the Uncanny plot to seize the ship. When the starships find themselves locked in a death match with an enemy juggernaut, Kat must make a desperate and devastating sacrifice.

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4 Responses to “OUT NOW–Cursed Command (Angel In The Whirlwind III)”

  1. thundercloud47 March 9, 2017 at 5:14 am #

    I’m already part way through this book. I could have probably finished it in one setting but I want to take my times and enjoy it.

  2. Jan March 26, 2017 at 1:02 pm #

    I just have finished it and it was a joy like the 2 books before! I fear now that the blame for all the miseries will dumped on the colonials completely and all the distrust against them will be deepened instead of recognized as part of the original source of the problem.

    I have one request for Chris: Could you please footnote all the military abbreviations in the future? It’s annoying if KEW and so on pops up repeatedly without any explanation.

    • chrishanger March 31, 2017 at 3:23 pm #

      Glad you liked it

      I’ll keep that in mind for Books V – onwards.

      Chris

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