"Half Han Solo, half Deadpool, Hayden Cross tries to stop an interplanetary war while relentlessly mocking everyone involved."
A new "grimsnark" science fiction thriller set on two planets in a barycentric orbit in the far future.
From the Back Cover:
For Hayden Cross, a military investigator in the far future, whether his wife faked her death is the question that is probably going to get him killed. Having lost the only job that kept him sane, he has few resources and fewer leads. Oh, and a sadistic crime lord really wants to kill him.
As he fights through an underworld of fanatical rebels, callous bounty hunters, and corrupt cops, each step takes him closer to the truth about his wife's fate and the oppressive government he once loyally served. On the way he may even liberate a planet and stop a war ... but only if he betrays everyone he loves.
Praise? for Supremacy's Shadow
A refreshing break from all those moody, thinky, burdensome award-winners, this book shoots first and asks questions later." -David Chang, editor at Space Squid
"The snark of Deadpool and the sci-fi realism of The Expanse, left on your door step and set aflame." -A.Z. Anthony, author of Servant of Rage
..".a bit of Die Hard (in the future) fun." -Lilyn G., reviewer at Scifi and Scary
..".reads like Harrison Ford's voiceover for Blade Runner 2079 before the director's cut." - Tom Doyle, author of the American Craft series.
"If you liked that scene where Han Solo talks to the Imperial guy in the detention center, that's basically this book." - Mike Kern, author of Dark Winter
"Poor choices, bad jokes, and mouthing off to the very worst people at the wrong time, this book has it all." - Cameron Johnson, author of The Traitor God
"A gritty, fast-paced thriller like James S.A. Corey's The Expanse, except the bullets are smarter than the people." - Rosemary Claire Smith, author of T-Rex Time Machine
"Suspiciously reminiscent of Firefly, only with more dysfunctional characters." - T. C. Weber, author of Sleep State Interrupt
"It feels like a reboot of my favorite sci-fi movies, but it didn't ruin my childhood once." - David Vaughn, author of "The Captain in Yellow" in The Cackle of Cthulhu
"A litany of thrilling failure and rotten luck ... or as Hayden Cross would call it, Tuesday." - Sherri Cook Woosley, author of Walking Through Fire
"The best Star Wars rip-off since The Force Awakens." - T. Eric Bakutis, author of Tales of the Five Provinces