REUSED


Colonel Barton has been replaced, and the new commander is sending his henchman, Major Blake, to scour the outlying areas and remove any insurgents. Abby and the girls have remained in the cave at the camp, relatively safe for now, but plans are underway to eliminate all of them…for personal reasons, known only to the commander himself.

Soon, however, worlds will collide as Captain Alison Hinson is transferred in from Chicago. In spite of her background, Alison is horrified by the tactics of her superiors in the field and begins to question her own stance on the new government. As she puts together the pieces of the past, she realizes that she and Abby are kindred spirits, faced with a mission not of their own choosing but of circumstance.

Across the country, while officials and mercenaries live the high life, the citizenry are faced with more sanctions, more regulation, and fewer necessities. Pockets of rebellion are quickly quelled, but incidents continue to increase as more people make the decision to go underground. Literally.

From abandoned caves below St. Louis itself to a subterranean river winding north into Illinois, REUSED will tell you more, perhaps, than you truly wish to know about the potential for the utter collapse of our civilization.

7 comments on “REUSED

  1. Joie Lake says:

    I admit to being confused. Is this a part of a story? The book title appears to be “Reduced” but the piece included Reused. Can you bring me up to speed? I hate to be so confused. . . . Thanks.

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  2. The first book is Reduced. This is the sequel, Reused.

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  3. melindaclayton says:

    Is it finished, Robin??

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  4. Hopeannfaith says:

    Reblogged this on HOPEannFAITH and commented:
    Excited for the next installment in the series! Check out Reduced! Because REUSED is on it’s way!

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