Ipan warrior Miriam Bauhaus' cup is full after fending off endless hordes of killer robots attacking the city she has sworn to protect. Now she wants a vacation, and soon learns she has to fight for that too. Why Not Wichita now available for Kindle and paperback https://www.amazon.com/Why-Not-Wichita-Peter-Catania-ebook/dp/B08WHH54QN/
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