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Hammond, Warren

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Works: 9 works in 35 publications in 1 language and 1,280 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Science fiction  Thrillers (Fiction)  Noir fiction  Cyberpunk fiction  Short stories  Novellas  Detective and mystery fiction 
Roles: Author
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Publications about Warren Hammond
Publications by Warren Hammond
Most widely held works by Warren Hammond
KOP by Warren Hammond( Book )
11 editions published between 2007 and 2016 in English and held by 447 libraries worldwide
A corrupt policeman, an overgrown jungle city that gets only five hours of sun between 17-hour nights, and battling crime gangs set the extremely noir scene for Hammond's debut. In 2787, the impoverished colony planet Lagarto is a dead end, its economy destroyed by a trade imbalance that favors rich offworlders while natives go hungry. In Koba, Lagarto's largest city, aging street cop Juno Mozambe clings to the power and bribery gained by strong-arm tactics in his youth
Ex-KOP by Warren Hammond( Book )
9 editions published between 2008 and 2016 in English and held by 397 libraries worldwide
Desperate for money for his wife's medical bills, former police officer Juno agrees to help his ex-partner, Maggie Orzo, with a difficult case involving a death-row inmate whom Maggie suspects may be innocent, an investigation that is complicated by Maggie's violent new partner
KOP killer by Warren Hammond( Book )
7 editions published between 2012 and 2016 in English and held by 332 libraries worldwide
"Juno Mozambe once had a life. That was when he was a dirty cop, married to a woman who suffered such profound abuse that she murdered her vile, drug kingpin father. Juno loved his wife and did his best to help her survive her guilt, her drug habit, and her desire to end her life on the dead-end planet of Lagarto. When she died, however, Juno's life went downhill. And then his first partner, the corrupt chief of the Koba Office of Police, was murdered. The man responsible, Emil Mota, is using the KOP for his personal gain. Juno has been lying low, but now he's ready to do whatever it takes to take down the bastard. Rather than working from inside the system, he's decided that the only way to take down the KOP is to create an independent base of power. So he gets involved with a team of dirty cops and starts working as a rent-a-thug for a whorehouse that needs protection"--Amazon
Tides of Maritinia by Warren Hammond( Book )
2 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 51 libraries worldwide
Maritinia is at the far edge of the Empire, a planet with little economic value in the Sire's sphere of influence. And it's just rebelled.The people of Maritinia believe the Empire will not care that they've broken free. But the Empire is built on the belief that if an insignificant planet can revolt, then other, more important planets might follow suit.So the Empire sends an agent to Maritinia with a mission: assassinate and replace one of the conspirators, and do enough to sow discord that when the soldiers do land, any opposition will be quickly crushed.Thus Jakob finds himself immersed in the inner circle of the madman who led the rebellion. A raw recruit with only his political officer - a separate consciousness inserted into his brain - to speak with, Jakob is out of his element as an operative. And while he falls deeper into the conspiracy, he begins to question everything: the despotic admiral in charge of the coup, his feelings for a native woman, and⁰́₄most troublingly - whether he still agrees with the will of the Sire
Denver Moon. a novella by Warren Hammond( Book )
1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 42 libraries worldwide
Earth is dying. Luna is uninhabitable. Mars is our last chance. Once considered humanity's future home, Mars hasn't worked out like anybody hoped. Plagued by crime and a terraforming project that's centuries from completion, Mars is a red hell. Denver Moon, P.I., works the dark underbelly of Mars City. While investigating a series of violent crimes linked to red fever--a Martian disorder that turns its victims into bloodthirsty killers--Denver discovers a cryptic message left by Tatsuo Moon, Mars City co-founder and Denver's grandfather. The same grandfather who died two decades ago. Twenty-year-old revelations force Denver on a quest for truth, but Tatsuo's former friend, Cole Hennessy, leader of the Church of Mars, has other plans and will stop at nothing
Life safety/security action plan for the CEC, leased facilities and other off-site locations by Anita Behn( Book )
2 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 7 libraries worldwide
Kops by Warren Hammond( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
It's 2787, and an economic crash has left planet Lagarto's hopeful colonists poor and desperate. Juno Mozambe was hopeful once, too: a rookie officer working to break the drug trade in his jungle city. Now he's a cop on the take, broken in body and spirit. But deep inside lies a spark of hope ... In KOP, Warren Hammond's taut, sweaty and twisted noir debut, Juno catches a homicide that points to a sinister conspiracy. If he can break the case, it will mean a new beginning for him and his world ... if the plotters don't break him first. Ex-KOP finds Juno investigating the file of a young girl accused of murdering her parents ... a case that may have ties to a swaggering, steroid-using cop--and a vicious serial killer who uses medieval methods
Denver Moon. a novella by Warren Hammond( Book )
1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Earth is dying. Luna is uninhabitable. Mars is our last chance. Once considered humanity's future home, Mars hasn't worked out like anybody hoped. Plagued by crime and a terraforming project that's centuries from completion, Mars is a red hell. Denver Moon, P.I., works the dark underbelly of Mars City. While investigating a series of violent crimes linked to red fever--a Martian disorder that turns its victims into bloodthirsty killers--Denver discovers a cryptic message left by Tatsuo Moon, Mars City co-founder and Denver's grandfather. The same grandfather who died two decades ago. Twenty-year-old revelations force Denver on a quest for truth, but Tatsuo's former friend, Cole Hennessy, leader of the Church of Mars, has other plans and will stop at nothing
The Solaris book of new science fiction ( Book )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Showcasing some of the world's greatest science fiction writers, the eclectic short stories and novelettes in this anthology--all published here for the first time--range from futuristic murder mysteries to tales of contact with alien beings
 
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