Lockhart handed over the component. ‘No prints, nothing of any use.’
‘Have you checked it?’ Freeman held the small flash drive up to the light, staring at it as if hoping to find something the security team had missed. It was a cheap brand, freely available in supermarkets and online, the blue plastic wiped clean, no fingerprints at all, not that they expected any. There was no point in wasting energy trying to track its source, far better to spend the time trying to analyse the contents. Continue reading
‘Colonel? A word please.’ Ford beckoned to Alec Freeman.
‘Not sure. It’s Commander Straker’s car – ’
‘Let me see.’ Freeman pulled the monitor around and stared at the screen, frowning. ‘Call it.’ Continue reading
The first chapter of ‘Driving Force’ will be posted here on Sept 21st, with following chapters each Wednesday. It runs at 14,000 words and was (as usual) great fun to write but in some respects, personally very difficult. It has been waiting to be posted for some time, but the time is now right to ‘let it go’.
Those of you who read the Fanderson forum may be aware of the recent comments about fanfiction and the people who write it – so I had intended to dedicate Driving Force to the person (troll?) who calls fanfic ”sappy romances’ and ‘unimportant crap’ then I realised that his opinion is just that: unimportant crap.
(Oh – and Driving Force is far from being romantic! )