One Good Soldier (Tau Ceti Agenda #3) (Mass Market)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Tau Ceti Agenda series.
- #2: The Tau Ceti Agenda (Hardcover): $23.00
- #4: Trail of Evil (Tau Ceti Agenda #4) (Hardcover): $25.00
- #5: Kill Before Dying (Tau Ceti Agenda #5) (Hardcover): $25.00
- #6: Bringers of Hell (Tau Ceti Agenda #6) (Hardcover): $23.00
First Time in Paperback.
The Exciting Sequel to The Tau Ceti Agenda.
One Good Soldier is the third book in the rapid-fire hard science military SF series of One Day on Mars and The Tau Ceti Agenda. In another 24-like narrative set six years after the events in The Tau Ceti Agenda, this exciting action story unfolds in a single critical day in the history of the United States of the Sol System, the extra-solar colonies, the Separatist Revolutionaries of the Tau Ceti system, and all of mankind.
As another of Earth’s colonies, Ross 128, secedes from the union, the President of the
And, unknown to the president and first lady, their eighteen year old military school cadet daughter has been kidnapped and whisked away to the Separatist leader's house on Tau Ceti.
Only the heroics and sacrifices of one good soidier after another can save the flagship, the
Praise for Travis S. Taylor:
“[Warp Speed] reads like Doc Smith writing Robert Ludlum. . . .You won't want to put it down.” —John Ringo
“In the tradition of Golden Age SF . . . [The Quantum Connection, sequel to Warp Speed] explodes with inventive action . . . dazzling . . . cutting-edge scientific possibilities. . . .” —Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Travis S. Taylor—“Doc” Taylor to his friends—has earned his soubriquet the hard way: He has a doctorate in optical science and engineering, a master's degree in physics, a master's degree in aerospace engineering, all from the University of Alabama in Huntsville; a master's degree in astronomy, and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Auburn University. Dr. Taylor has worked on various programs for the Department of Defense and NASA for the past sixteen years. He's currently working on several advanced propulsion concepts, very large space telescopes, space-based beamed energy systems, and next generation space launch concepts. In his copious spare time, Doc Travis is also a black belt martial artist, a private pilot, a SCUBA diver, has raced mountain bikes, competed in triathlons, and has been the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of several hard rock bands. He has appeared numerous times on the History Channel’s series The Universe. He currently lives with his wife Karen, and their daughter in Harvest, Alabama.