Dead Dwarves Don’t Dance

Dead Dwarves Don’t Dance by Derek J. Canyon is 99 cents today in the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on 32 customer reviews.  You can pick up your copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/v1tt5G into your computer’s web browser.

Category:  Science Fiction / Mystery

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

Noose, a genetically engineered dwarf mercenary, barely survives a terrorist attack on a neohuman dance club. Injured and alone, he embarks on a brutal quest for vengeance into the squalid underbelly of the Regional Atlanta Metroplex, through the desert wasteland of the not-so-pristine wilderness, and to the peerless towers of elite society.

The year is 2134. The nations of previous centuries are gone, consumed by the United Globe government. Citizens are confined to vast metroplexes while the rest of Earth is restored to wilderness. Neohumans are grown in vats, each type genetically engineered to serve humanity – flawless pleasers for gratification and ecstasy, hulking goons for war and violence, accidental psykers wreaking havoc, and more of any shape and size imaginable.

An action-packed, hard-boiled science fiction novel of redemption and revenge.

Approximately 74,000 words
For Parents: Dead Dwarves Don’t Dance is not appropriate for children under 16. This book contains intense action and frequent violence (shootouts, explosions, brawls, murder), suggestive language and scenes (not explicit), drug use (alcohol, tobacco, fictional future drugs), and cursing.

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