Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s novel Diving Into The Wreck spawned a universe so vast that one novel can’t contain it. The Spires of Denon doesn’t involve Boss or her crew. Instead, this powerful short novel follows Meklos Verr, hired to guard an archeological dig near the mysterious Spires of Denon. There Verr encounters the prickly Gabrielle Reese who heads the dig, and he meets some cave divers who aren’t quite what they seem. Verr knows that someone wants to harm the dig, but he isn’t sure if the attack will come from outside the tall mountain range or from the group of archeologists within. Verr must figure out the threat before it destroys him, his crew, and the beautiful Spires of Denon.
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“Rusch’s handling of the mystery and adventure is stellar, and the whole tale proves quite entertaining.”
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“Diving into the Wreck is a rip-roaring good read. The universe it presents is original, and cries out for more adventures….”
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Kristine Kathryn Rusch is the bestselling author of over ninety novels. She has won every major award in science fiction and fantasy, including two Hugo Awards and the Asimov’s Reader’s Choice Award three times. She was also the popular editor of both Pulphouse and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. “The Spires of Denon” is set in the universe of her bestselling series of novels that started with Diving into the Wreck.