Lester's Turn

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3rd Edition - Clarifications made in response to reader feedback.Authors note:I conceived of Lester's Turn while contemplating "Wouldn’t Stargate be a lot better if the gate was operated by a private enterprise and the excursions were led by and for the self-actualization of a socially incompetent, but fearless mass murderer with a tiny little heart of gold?"Editor's introduction:The Hole is the introduction to a series.AD 2045 – Universally loathed and imprisoned for life, Lester Linz is a comfortable man with an eye on the future. Lester loves to watch TV and sometimes he tunes in channels no one else can. He finds a patron, a technology magnate whose dominance in her field is assured as long as Lester remains her conduit to this ethereal advanced information. In exchange, she uses her resources to satisfy his wishes and whims.Arranging a pardon is a good start. But when she discovers a time machine, hidden until Lester provided the tools to detect it, he develops a sudden interest in travel. Not yet able to program the machine, Lester sets off, destination unknown, with a Thai spook as his spectacularly over-qualified minder. Song’s job is to bring Lester back alive – no mean feat, since his charge insists upon swashbuckling, dueling and partying his way through violent pasts. Meanwhile, Lester’s parole officer is convinced there is more to his original crime than meets the eye. He risks his reputation, and possibly his life, poking his nose into the business of the world’s most powerful person. If he can stay one step ahead of her efforts to discredit or dispose of him, he might just be the only outsider to discover The Hole.

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Expired Deals Lester's Turn 3rd Edition - Clarifications made in response to reader feedback.Authors note:I conceived of Lester's Turn while contemplating "Wouldn’t Stargate be a lot better if the gate was operated by a private enterprise and the excursions were led by and for the self-actualization of a socially incompetent, but fearless mass murderer with a tiny little heart of gold?"Editor's introduction:The Hole is the introduction to a series.AD 2045 – Universally loathed and imprisoned for life, Lester Linz is a comfortable man with an eye on the future. Lester loves to watch TV and sometimes he tunes in channels no one else can. He finds a patron, a technology magnate whose dominance in her field is assured as long as Lester remains her conduit to this ethereal advanced information. In exchange, she uses her resources to satisfy his wishes and whims.Arranging a pardon is a good start. But when she discovers a time machine, hidden until Lester provided the tools to detect it, he develops a sudden interest in travel. Not yet able to program the machine, Lester sets off, destination unknown, with a Thai spook as his spectacularly over-qualified minder. Song’s job is to bring Lester back alive – no mean feat, since his charge insists upon swashbuckling, dueling and partying his way through violent pasts. Meanwhile, Lester’s parole officer is convinced there is more to his original crime than meets the eye. He risks his reputation, and possibly his life, poking his nose into the business of the world’s most powerful person. If he can stay one step ahead of her efforts to discredit or dispose of him, he might just be the only outsider to discover The Hole. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41aVrITmbXL._SL160_.jpg
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