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Bio: John E. Stith was born in Boulder, Colorado and spent most of his pre-college years in Alamogordo, New Mexico. He attended the University of Minnesota, graduating with a degree in physics. After service as an Air Force officer, which put him in the NORAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex near Colorado Springs, he entered private industry at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.

Redshift Rendezvous was a Nebula Award nominee when it first appeared in 1990.

Complete information about John E. Stith's work may be found at www.neverend.com

1. Long [79114 words]Memory Blank by John E. Stith [Science Fiction]
2. Long [63242 words]Deep Quarry by John E. Stith [Science Fiction]
3. Long [81515 words]Death Tolls by John E. Stith [Science Fiction]
  1. Long [81515 words]Death Tolls by John E. Stith [Science Fiction]
2. Long [63242 words]Deep Quarry by John E. Stith [Science Fiction]
3. Long [92840 words]Redshift Rendezvous by John E. Stith [Science Fiction]

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1 Memory Blank
by John E. Stith
  Cal Donley wakes up missing his recent memory and covered with blood. Someone else's blood. He learns that he's a computer engineer living on the L5 orbital colony Daedalus, and he's married to a tantalizing stranger. Worn on his wrist is Vincent, a watch-sized artificial intelligence who can also tell time. But Vincent is missing some of his memory, too. As Cal tries to find out what happened during his long blackout, and in particular what happened in the last few hours of the gap, people arou... more info>> (Published: 1986) Nebula Award(R) Preliminary Ballot Nominee

Words: 79114 - Reading Time: 226-316 min.
Category: Science Fiction
75 Reader Ratings:
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2 All for Naught
by John E. Stith
  All For Naught collects a novella and a novelette: "Naught for Hire" and "Naught Again." "Naught for Hire" is a quirky, action-packed, comedy set just a few years from now. Nick Naught, private eye, walks down some strange mean streets as he tries to stay ahead of the killers on his tail and tries to cope in a world where all the irritations we have with technology are magnified. Gadgets act up in big ways, including voice operated machines that talk back to people. Nick Naught winds up on a hit... more info>> (Published: 2005)

Words: 35722 - Reading Time: 102-142 min.
Category: Science Fiction/Humor
17 Reader Ratings:
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3 Death Tolls
by John E. Stith
  An ex-reporter on a partly terraformed Mars tries to find out if his brother was murdered, and wonders why TV reporter Janet Vincent regularly reaches disaster sites faster than all the competition. The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle in action: the media observers are influencing the events. (Published: 1987) Colorado Authors' League Top Hand Award Winner

Words: 81515 - Reading Time: 232-326 min.
Category: Science Fiction
32 Reader Ratings:
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4 Deep Quarry
by John E. Stith
  A private eye on a desert planet discovers a buried alien starship inhabited by aliens who really don't appreciate being found. (Published: 1989) Colorado Authors' League Top Hand Award Winner

Words: 63242 - Reading Time: 180-252 min.
Category: Science Fiction
74 Reader Ratings:
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5 Manhattan Transfer
by John E. Stith
  When aliens abduct New York City, carrying it into space inside a huge dome, the citizens trapped inside must find out why, what they can do to save themselves ... and to save the dozens of other cities which the aliens have stolen from other planets. (Published: 1993)

Words: 135117 - Reading Time: 386-540 min.
Category: Science Fiction
83 Reader Ratings:
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6 Redshift Rendezvous
by John E. Stith
  Aboard the hyperspace liner Redshift is a relativistic world of slow light and treachery. The first sign of trouble is the apparent suicide of a passenger. When first officer Jason Kraft discovers that she was murdered, Kraft wants to know why. Before long, a desperate group of people tries to use the hyperspace craft for their evil purposes, and Kraft is the only person in their way. [A selection of the Science Fiction Book Club.] (Published: 2000) Nebula Award(R) Nominee

Words: 92840 - Reading Time: 265-371 min.
Category: Science Fiction
68 Reader Ratings:
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