The Legend of Quone-Loc-Sie - part four -The Marshals Ace

Nicholas discovers that to out maneuver the Marshal a step forwards can mean taking a step back

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About Alan P. Ellis

Alan P. Ellis was born on page six, volume four (Return to Pla) of the Company Wars Chronicle, from a plot lines need for a casual, encounter with an expendable character.
Alan is a womaniser: he is arrogant, brash, and in the opinion of those who know him self-centred, unpleasant and generally an unlikable person, but as a fictitious author he tapped into that which all those that ridiculed him lacked: a place and a time that he was made for.
Alan love's fast expensive cars almost as much as he loves female company: and those nearly as much as he loves alcohol, so just a few pages later: after mixing the three with the lose gravel of a mountain road, Alan made the ultimate character sacrifice so that Chairman Ellis could carry on the tale, but that: as they say, is another story

About the Series: The Legend of Quone-Loc-Sie
There comes a time when the last Great War is almost forgotten: a time when people grow and make what they need for the simple lives they live. It is also a time of oppression; when overlords are suspicious of the people, for now is the time foretold. "In the end devastation will be faced. Men will weep. Women will perish. Families will be orphaned. Ruin will reign. Hope will be gone. Death will give forth life. Out of the sun good will face evil in the unwinnable, final battle. Evil will be ripped apart. Good will be cast into pieces. The prophecy will come to pass…"

The Legend of Quone-Loc-Sie is part of the Company Wars Chronicle

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About the Series: The Company Wars Chronicle
There is a time far, far into the future where all that has happened before is forgotten. A future where all people know of is a century's long war that raged even before the systems were colonized. Some believe that having the knowledge of how it began can bring it to an end, but changing the past has consequences that no one could have imagined.

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