Free Fiction Monday: The Impossibles

To pay off her law school debts, Kerrie works in the public defender’s office at the Interspecies Court. Her workload includes more clients than she can defend, most of them from cultures she does not understand.

The public defender’s office loses almost all of its cases, but sometimes it gets a win. Kerrie thinks she has a winner. But does she? Or will winning the case mean she loses at everything else?

“The Impossibles,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only. The story’s also available as an ebook through various online retailers here. To read more books in the Retrieval Artist series, click here.

 

The Impossibles

A Retrieval Artist Short Story

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

 

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8 responses to “Free Fiction Monday: The Impossibles”

  1. Robin Brande says:

    Kris, your lawyer fiction is always so factually spot on (even when they’re not in Earth courtrooms), I am constantly amazed. Another gripping story! Loved it!

  2. Linda Fox says:

    This was amazing. Please tell me that you plan to expand this into a book.

    And, if you do, put me on the mailing list for it.

  3. Ferran says:

    I’ve been wondering how those 2 fared for a while (a bunch of years, actually, already). Mind you, bad as I am with names, I might know and not realize.

    Take care.

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