1. John Ringo has over two million books in print. 2. He has written six New York Times best sellers.
3. Sister Time is the sequel to the New York Times best seller, Cally's War and is the latest in this New York Times best-selling series.
4. The Posleen War series has sold over 750,000 copies.
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YOU CAN CHOOSE YOUR FRIENDS . . .
Cally O'Neal is officially dead. In her over forty years of being an active secret agent she hasn't used her real name much less spoken to her sister. So when Michelle interrupts an important mission, by seemingly appearing out of thin air, it's an unexpected reunion.
. . . BUT YOU CAN'T CHOOSE YOUR RELATIVES.
Michelle O'Neal has lived the life of the perfect Indowy adept, rising slowly in the ranks, honing her skills, being a good little girl. But now she needs the help of her "bad" sis when the Darhel start to put the squeeze on the first Human mentat.
In a family where her father, the war hero, thinks everyone is dead, her grandfather is a smuggler when he's not distilling moonshine, her sister is a cold-blooded killer for hire and her brother-in-law is a mobster, Michelle may look like the odd-gal out.
But when it's death or dishonor, she's gonna prove that deep down inside, she's every bit an O'Neal.
John Ringo is author of the New York Times best-selling series known by most as "The Posleen Wars" comprising A Hymn Before Battle, Gust Front, When the Devil Dances, Hell's Faire, and Cally's War. He also co-authored--with David Weber--March Upcountry, March to the Sea, March to the Stars and We Few in the Prince Roger series. A veteran of the 82nd Airborne, he brings first-hand knowledge of military operations to his fiction. Julie Cochrane was born in Ohio and and made her first attempts at novels in junior high and high school. Initially studying Chemistry at Georgia Tech, she got her bachelors in psychology and promptly decided that computer science was a better way to earn a living. She lives in the Atlanta Metro area with her husband, their daughter, one very enthusiastic German Shepherd, and the gerbil custodian of the secrets of the universe. Her hobbies include pistol markmanship, history, criminology, Irish language, and folk music.