When you are where heredity is paramount. Being the clone granddaughter of a mass murderer is a curse. Travis Lucia Hamilton-McQueen is about to awaken to that reality.
In the Science Fiction Thriller Cripple-Mode: Hot Electric she awakens aboard the Medical Space Station Perl with someone else´s memory. Possessing the memories of a man who knows a lot about station operation and maintenance could seem like a gift. Being someone who seems to lack common sense is troublesome at the very least. And, revelation of her prejudice against clones is disturbing. Finding out she´s a criminal terrorist is nothing more than icing on the cake. When the one person who cares about her dies, she´s left to face murderous clone hating thugs, a duplicitous and determined General, and Jump Tech code violations. She has to race to restore her identity and locate the Black Tech that´s pushing her in and out of JumpSpace. She discovers: Everything she´s been told about herself is just the tip of the iceberg. She has to face something that´s waiting for her in JumpSpace. And, she may even have to ask for help.
Travis Lucia Hamilton-McQueen could be concerned about how she acquired such a name, but she has too many urgent matters on her plate to let such trivia distract her.
Jerry L. Dobias is a native of Michigan and makes his home there with his wife and their extended family.
He has worked as the head of the electronic drafting and documentation department of the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory. He presently works as Lead CAD Engineer and Technical and Engineering Support for Instrumented Sensor Technology, an instrument maker that makes impact data recorders. He provides support for a wide range of customers in shipping, racecars, ammusement parks, accident reconstruction and aerospace, just to name a few.
Since his earliest recollection he's been an avid reader of Science Fiction.
His father introduce him and his brothers to science fiction at a very early age. Having enjoyed 50 year of reading science fiction he has spent several years enjoying writing in the same genre. Cripple-Mode: Hot Electric is the first of a planned series.