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The Time: The near future. The Place: Orbit around Venus. The Destination: Mercury. The Purpose: To die on a crucifix...

In the near future humans have conquered space, spread to the inner planets. Mercury, Venus, Mars, the moons of Jupiter and the asteroid belt provide a stream of mineral and industrial wealth for Earth. Wealth that attracts piracy... and more.

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Dawn Touches the Girl

Iain Brown

Killing Vector, Oslo

Copyright Iain Brown 2011

Smashwords Edition published in May 2011

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About the Author:

Born on Merseyside in 1979, Iain Brown grew up in the East Midlands of England. Vastly over-educated in theoretical physics, he embarked on a research career focusing on the most interesting and least fashionable areas of cosmology. Guitarist, songwriter, sound engineer, author, digital artist, obsessed with mediaeval history and absurdly egotistical, he set up Killing Vector as a creative outlet in 2011. The marque will feature a range of fiction and music from short stories to serial novels, albums and compendia, all released on a loose, flexible schedule through a range of online outlets.

To Eva, who finally spurred me on to this

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Cover

Copyrights

About the Author

Dedication

Dawn Touches the Girl

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Dawn Touches the Girl

The Taunting

It was dark. Vince wouldn’t have a problem with that but that he was bound for Mercury, a prisoner tied to the wall with steel wire, naked, helpless and facing death. The darkness felt like a subtle mockery, the humans granting him his last shadow before a blazing sunlit death. The only light was a pale, diffuse scatter from the humans‘ quarters — where they drifted, drinking and gambling with magnetic