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Enron In Space

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An Innocent Man

Thomas Sullivan is back and the case is tougher than any other. How can he prove his client’s client is innocent when so much corruption is being thrown around like candy? Not only is an innocent man on trial for his life but so is the entire justice system of Beta Prime, Capital City, and the Planetary Alliance.

Sivils’ fourth novel in The Inspector Thomas Sullivan Thriller Series, An Innocent Man takes a hard look at a previous real-world case involving Enron and placing it 500 years into the future. All of the characters you have grown to love are back. Each plays a special support role to help Sully solve the case. Even if justice is served it can come at a great cost both financially and to the lives of those involved.

This book is everything you expect from a Thomas Sullivan thriller. Lust, greed, power, money, corruption, and all that goes along with those and more. Sorting out the truth can mean blurring the lines.

5 out of 5 stars.

 

Sully’s Story

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The Fractured Man

Young Thomas Sullivan wants to be a Space Marine. After a harrowing boot camp followed by a grueling tour of duty, he is sent off to school to join the Shore Patrol as a cop. An accident left him with a cybernetic eye, left hand, and right fingers. His blunt truthfulness gets him ousted. And, so begins the life of Sully as an Inspector for the Alliance police force.

Sivils first novel in the A Thomas Sullivan Futuristic Noir Thriller series, The Fractured Man: A Hardboiled Noir Thriller From The Future is actually the first in several prequels to his successful series, The Chronicles of Inspector Thomas Sullivan. It is his best work thus far. This book is meant to give us Sully’s backstory. It is very well done.

We read about Sully as he is first recruited into the Space Marines. His potential is noted from the very first. But, politics gets in the way. Sully is always on the side of justice. He tells the truth. Since he refuses to bend he is given the worst possible assignments after ending up as an Alliance cop. The only problem is that he keeps solving these cases regardless of who gets caught.

I absolutely love these futuristic gumshoe stories. And, I’ve really enjoyed Sully’s story. Sivils has me hooked for sure.

5 out of 5 stars.