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Fracture - Prologue

Fracture - Prologue

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Published by Wayne Austin
This is the prologue for my fourth novel, Fracture, a near future science fiction novel. The first time I tried to get in touch with my feminine side, I slapped my face and told me to keep my hands from myself. That was when I found my feminine side was not only a committed feminist but a lesbian as well and this novel is an attempt to soothe some ruffled feathers. Like all my novels, Fracture is available at lulu.com (ebooks only $3US).
This is the prologue for my fourth novel, Fracture, a near future science fiction novel. The first time I tried to get in touch with my feminine side, I slapped my face and told me to keep my hands from myself. That was when I found my feminine side was not only a committed feminist but a lesbian as well and this novel is an attempt to soothe some ruffled feathers. Like all my novels, Fracture is available at lulu.com (ebooks only $3US).

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Published by: Wayne Austin on May 13, 2007
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This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional,and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental.Copyright © Wayne D Austin 2007All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in anyform.
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This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, byway of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out or otherwisecirculated without the author’s prior consent in any form or  binding or cover other than that in which it is published andwithout a similar condition including this condition beingimposed on the subsequent purchaser.
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FRACTURE
PROLOGUE
 “Jesus, Fracture!” Titz snapped. “There’s a pregnant woman back here. What are you trying to do? Kill mybaby?” Gyro glanced across at Titz and winced as her partner squeezed her hand in a squirrel grip that’d make agrown man squeal like a pig. Lucky she wasn’t a man. She cocked her eyebrows in a cheeky grin to lightenthe mood, but Titz just scowled and tugged on the seatbelt to loosen it around her slight belly. She hadn’twanted to come on Fracture’s little adventure, but Gyro had teased her into it. There were bound to besome bars out in the sticks where a lonely city girl could find some company for the night, unless....The four-wheel drive Nerada bounced out of yet another pothole in one of the ruts corrugating thegravel road and raced toward the ominous blackness ahead. Titz grimaced as the seatbelt’s sash dug intoher hips. Well it served her right for wanting to have a baby. In the driver’s seat, Fracture snorted and jerked the steering wheel. The Nerada wriggled sideways and its rear fishtailed for a moment, electricengine screaming, before the tires gripped and jolted them back on course. Titz turned to Gyro, eyespleading for her to do something and save them from this madman even though they were all friends andfounders of the
Yellow Peril 
.Gyro rolled her eyes and laughed. This was fun! Just like the good ol’ days that weren’t so long ago. Thiswas how life was supposed to be and had been until Titz got all serious about the
Yellow Peril 
and wantingto make it a success. And that had triggered something in her ... a desperation to protect the future. Theirfuture. “Relax, girl! I swear — that baby will be the death of you. I don’t know why anyone ’d want a baby; theycramp your style. Anyway,” she reached over to squeeze Titz’s knee, “you’ve got me.” 
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