When A. B. Keuser isn't trying to make sense of her own brain soup, she writes the "charmingly gritty" Flynn Monroe series and space operas that will keep you guessing. An Oregon native who's life has transplanted her in the Sonoran desert - where she's slowly desiccating - she writes to stay out of the sun and heat.
The countdown ticks through outdated red numbers.
Trapped inside Lunar Colony VI's decommissioned skywalk, Nala Kleff is confronted by her activist past in the digitized gray face on the station monitor and the hardwired incendiary device at her feet.