Category: Murder on Mars

In the tradition of Blade Runner and Altered Carbon.

Murder on Mars, Chapter 31

From IO to the end of the Universe

Herminie Phyllis Chavez: The Filipino Wonder Woman. Total idiot. Or, to be kinder, a sufferer of a variant of body dysmorphic syndrome, mixed with obsessive compulsive disorder, who lives in a country where unscrupulous “doctors” perform plastic surgery on her instead of sending her to a psychiatrist.… Read Full Article “Murder on Mars, Chapter 31”

Murder on Mars, Chapter 29

Close

bodyguard (or close protection officer) is a type of security guard or government law enforcement officer or soldier who protects a person or a group of people—usually high-ranking public officials or officers, wealthy people, and celebrities—from danger: generally, theft, assault, assault, kidnapping, assassination, harassment, loss of confidential information, threats, or other criminal offences.… Read Full Article “Murder on Mars, Chapter 29”

Murder on Mars, Chapter 27

Wanda the Scarlet Witch

The universal holster. Technically, a universal holster isn’t a holster at all, it’s a weapons generator. But, it can only generate weapons that have been loaded into it.

It looks like a larger version of a hard box full pack cigarette case except for the fact that it’s ABS plastic instead of some fashionable hardshell material, and there’s no solid magnetic flip top closure or any closure for that matter.… Read Full Article “Murder on Mars, Chapter 27”