Stalker’s Luck

Stalker’s Luck

Stalker’s Luck by Chris Strange

EVEN AT THE END, JUSTICE MUST BE SERVED.

The Eleda system is dying. Cut off from the rest of humanity, the ancient machines that keep the colonies alive are breaking down, one by one.

Bounty hunter Eddie Gould intends to write the tales of the system’s last days with a pen in one hand and a gun in the other. Alongside his partner, ex-revolutionary Dominique, Eddie hunts a fugitive through the flickering neon and crippled life support systems of a doomed space station.

But a dark secret lies hidden in the space station’s twisting depths, a secret that will make Eddie question everything he thinks he knows about his past.

And in this place, truth and justice are only found at the end of a gun.

Hard, fast, and brutal, Stalker’s Luck is a stylish retro-future tale of sin and desperation at the edge of space.

4 comments on “Stalker’s Luck
  1. Beaulah says:

    The cover looks awesome, Chris. Did you make it yourself?

  2. Thanks Beaulah! I can’t draw anything better than a stick figure, so I commissioned a great Australian artist called Jarrod Owen to do the artwork. I’m really pleased with how it turned out!

  3. Beaulah says:

    Wow! I just checked out his website (http://www.jarrodowen.com/) and saw your pic up near the top. Could I ask how much something like that costs? He’s brilliant!

  4. I think it was in the realm of $400-500AUD since it was being commissioned for commercial use. It’s definitely the most I’ve paid for a cover so far, but it’ll be interesting to see whether it helps me attract more readers. Plus it looks great on my bookshelf at home. 🙂

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