Threads of the Conglomerate

Threads of the Conglomerate

How do you live when you have lost it all?

The Colony of New Alamo find itself trapped in a war torn system at the mercy of aliens who know too much about fleeing humans.

To keep the good will of the alien rulers they must sacrifice the hero that saved them and thus begins the career of Commander Luke Kishi.

This is a stand alone short story in the Conglomerate series universe of Luke Kishi's first mission as a mercenary working for the Topa. It provides some additional detail into the Conglomerate, the Topa and Luke's role as a troubleshooter.

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Series: Conglomerate Series
Genre: Science Fiction
Tag: Published
ASIN: B075J74RHY
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William S. Frisbee Jr.

Reader, writer, martial artist, US Marine, Veteran, Squad Leader, Team Leader, Saw Gunner, Rifleman, Computer Consultant, Security Officer, Dungeon Master, world traveler, Computer Gamer, dreamer, realist, American and best of all Dad!

Growing up in Europe during the height of the cold war and then serving in a Marine SOC (Special Operations Capable) Battalion during the collapse of Communism provided a lot of life experience and a unique perspective on life and the world. The first novel he read was Jules Vern's 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea' when he was ten and has been reading ever since.

Before the Marines he was a pocket protector wearing nerd, after the Marines he held jobs as a Security officer/Patrol Sergeant, Lieutenant and other odd specialized jobs like body guard or surveillance, and ended up brushing off the pocket protector to become a Computer Consultant.

These days he dreams of quitting his day job as a computer consultant to work full time as a writer and dad.

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