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Ribbonworld

Richard Dee

Ribbonworld

£9.99

ISBN 9781781324677

Published Nov 2015

Paperback
203 x 133mm (234 pages)

Long ago someone had described planets like this as Ribbon Worlds, referring to the thin ribbon of land that could just about support human life. And all that meant was that it wouldn’t immediately kill you. In Reevis’s case this was a strip about fifty miles across, circling the whole of its globe.As the planet didn’t rotate, one side was turned permanently towards the star, and so was too hot for life; metal flowed like water and volcanoes and earthquakes were constantly re-forming the land. In contrast, the other side, as it faced the nothingness of space, was too cold for any geological action and everything was frozen and desolate. The ribbon was a rocky bridge between the two.

Miles Goram has a problem. All the down-on-his-luck journalist planned on doing was writing a hotel review and now there’s a body in his bathroom. Far from home on a strange planet, Miles must deal with the fact that somebody wants him dead.

Welcome to Reevis, a planet without days or nights where life is only possible under a vast pressure dome. It is on this airless wasteland that Miles finds himself caught up in a mystery involving a huge interplanetary corporation, a powerful man and his ambitious PA, and a beautiful young heiress who has been missing for years.


Crossing the galaxy in search of answers, Miles begins to uncover a web of deceit that stretches further than anyone could have imagined. With his life becoming at greater and greater risk, he realises that there is no one he can trust. Will he discover the truth and finally come to terms with his past? And, if he does, will it be enough to save his future…?

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