Five From the Borderlands

Raymund Eich (Author)
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Description

Five science fiction stories about Mexicans and Americans

LA RUBIA

How far will Francisca go to protect her colony of Mexican refugees from pirates roving the asteroid belt?

PASE DE UN DรA

Chalo could teleport to the U.S. every day and work for a better life for his family-if he kept his day pass.

MIKE FINK GOES TO BIG BEND

Characters from American, Mexican, and Native folklore meet in west Texas in the 21st century.

THE THIRTIETH AMENDMENT

Gonzalo had to pass the test of English fluency to prove himself a U.S. citizen. So did others willing to cheat.

AFFECTIVE DISORDER

Texas PI Albert Jimenez found more than the usual when he investigated an heiress' "suicide."

Product Details

Price
$11.99  $11.03
Publisher
CV-2 Books
Publish Date
June 30, 2020
Pages
88
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.21 inches | 0.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781952220036

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About the Author

Raymund Eich is a science fiction and fantasy writer whose middle American upbringing is a launchpad for journeys to the ends of the universe. His most popular works are military science fiction series The Confederated Worlds (novels Take the Shilling, Operation Iago, and A Bodyguard of Lies) and the Stone Chalmers series of science fiction espionage adventures (novels The Progress of Mankind, The Greater Glory of God, To All High Emprise Consecrated, and In Public Convocation Assembled). He has ten other published novels and over twenty published short stories. His short fiction has appeared in Odyssey and has earned honorable mentions and a semi-finalist position in Writers of the Future. His works are available worldwide in ebook, trade paperback, and audiobook editions. After circling the world by age five, he grew up in the Ozark Mountains of southwest Missouri. He earned a B.A. and a Ph.D., both in biochemistry, from Rice University. Though he's no longer a working scientist, hundreds of papers cite his graduate research on the reactions of nitric oxide with heme proteins. In addition to his writing career, he works in patent law, won a national quiz bowl championship, dabbles with Linux and Python, is a husband and father, and affirms Robert Heinlein's dictum that specialization is for insects. In a typical day, he may talk with biochemists, electrical engineers, patent attorneys, and rocket scientists. He lives in Houston with his wife, son, and daughter. His last name has one syllable and is pronounced eye-sh. He can be found online at http: //raymundeich.com.