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Aaron Flint by Alex Johnson

Sci Fi Private Eye 

Humanity has spread across the stars. In the far reaches of space, a new colony is being built by Terragon Industries. The planet known as Haven is planned to be a designer colony where the rich can settle and thrive. For now, the planet is mostly inhabitable except for the large dome that covers an area the size of New York City.

Inside the dome lives the workers that are constructing the rest of the world as the air outside becomes breathable. Most are hardened blue collar workers just trying to make a living. But as humanity spread across the galaxy, so did crime. A large underworld has formed in the city of New Haven.

Amongst the people of New Haven, Aaron Flint is a private eye who has escaped his dark past on Earth. His expert set of skills has earned him the reputation of being a “fixer” — A man that can get any job done. So long as the price is right. . .

Note: Aaron Flint contains some harsh language.


An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly

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Listed: Mar 25, 2016

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Aaron Flint: First Thoughts

By unclepulky, author of Jolt

Apr 10, 2016: I’ve only read a few chapters of Aaron Flint, but so far I’ve found it pretty enjoyable. At its core, it’s a classic noir story, but various sci-fi elements help to make things more interesting. And if you’re a grammar snob like me, you’ll appreciate the mostly correct grammar.

Overall, I recommend reading Aaron Flint, and I look forward to seeing where it goes.

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