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Trading in Danger. Vatta's War (Series). Book 1. Elizabeth Moon Author Cynthia Holloway Narrator (). cover image of Trading in Danger. Titles, Order. Trading in Danger by Elizabeth Moon, 1. Marque and Reprisal by Elizabeth Moon, 2. Engaging the Enemy by Elizabeth Moon, 3. Command. READ Epub. Victory Conditions (Vatta s War) (PDF,EPUB,TXT) (PDF,EPUB,TXT) Get now ronaldweinland.info none.
Appears in all five novels as a viewpoint character. Appears in Trading in Danger and Marque and Reprisal as a viewpoint character. With a history in security and intelligence from her military past, it was often joked that she was "Vatta's Spy Service". She appears in the 2nd—5th books as a viewpoint character. Later widowed by terrorist attacks on the Vatta Enterprises Headquarters. Known for her beauty and giving the family's secret access codes to her first lover. Appears in all but Trading In Danger as a viewpoint character.
Southern Oklandan Chapter Ten: Chapter Eleven: Chapter Twelve: Chapter Thirteen: Slotter Key, Miksland Chapter Fourteen: Slotter Key, Port Major Chapter Fifteen: Cascadia Station Chapter Sixteen: Miksland Chapter Seventeen: Cascadia to Slotter Key Chapter Eighteen: Chapter Nineteen: Chapter Twenty: Chapter Twenty-One: Slotter Key, Undisclosed Location Chapter Twenty-Two: Chapter Twenty-Three: Chapter Twenty-Four: Chapter Twenty-Five: Chapter Twenty-Six: Chapter Twenty-Seven: Chapter Twenty-Eight: Port Major Chapter Twenty-Nine: Chapter Thirty: Chapter Thirty-One: Chapter Thirty-Two: Chapter Thirty-Three: Chapter Thirty-Four: Chapter Thirty-Five: Chapter Thirty-Six: Chapter Thirty-Seven: Port Major, Harbor Sector Chapter Thirty-Eight: Chapter Thirty-Nine: Chapter Forty: Chapter Forty-One: Miksland, Underground Chapter Forty-Two: Corleigh Read Online Swipe version.
Read Online Continuous version. Download now. Later becomes a valued bodyguard and crew member only after extensive training from Chief Gordon Martin. Jon Gannett: Formerly a Master Gunner in Calvert's Company, a small mercenary group that ceased operation with its Commander's passing.
Josiah Furman: Senior Vatta Transport captain who holds the most lucrative trade route, and is prized for his excellent on-time delivery stats. The Katrine Lamont is his ship. Executed for discourtesy by the government of Cascadia. Revealed to be in league with Osman. Good friend to the Vatta Family.
Been with Vatta Transport her entire life. Theodore "Teddy" Albert Driscoll Ransome: The charismatic but popinjay leader of the colorful Ransome's Rangers, a pirate-hunting group based on antiquated ideas of chivalry and honor in war in his Romantic phase. Zori: Toby's girlfriend.
Daughter of Turek spy on Cascadia. Kylara Vatta was assigned to Captain it to the outer systems to scrap it as a 'milk run' assignment primarily to take her out of the media attention for a year. Ky followed a tradition of 'Trade and Profit' in an attempt to generate enough funds to restore the drive problems and make it hers.
With the fall of the Vatta Trade Corporation, the old ship was pressed back into service as a trader and eventually was captained by Stella Vatta after the Fair Kaleen was captured and used as Ky Vatta's flagship. It sacrificed cargo space to equipped 2 forward mounted beam lasers, 8 missile bays and the ability to release mine payloads about Captured by Kylara Vatta at the end of book 1, the Fair Kaleen was instrumental in allowing ship based ansible communication technology to become known to non-pirates.
Captained by Kylara Vatta from book 2 to book 5 it was destroyed in battle at Moray. This ship is a cargo ship fitted for use as a warship. Lacewing: A smallish merchant trader that is faster than Gary Tobai. Captained by Polly Tendel.
Tendel seemed to take a dislike to Kylara Vatta. Traveled in convoy with Kylara Vatta in the Gary Tobai. Beauty of Bel: A merchant trader operated by Sindarin Gold. Described by a Mackensee officer as "capable of handling anything by major ships of the line".
Donna Florenzia: A privateer from Ciudad. Captained by Isak Zavala. Destroyed by pirates while warning Kylara Vatta of treachery. Belcanto: A privateer from Urgayin. Captained by Ernst Muirtagh.
In league with pirates. Glorious: The lead ship of the 'Space Rangers'. A privately owned ship used to hunt pirates.
Small, fast and highly maneuverable escort class ships with missile capability. The ship was noted for it's colorful and flamboyant exterior which matched the outrageous personality of Captain Theodore "Teddy" Albert Driscoll Ransome, a gaudy self-stylized rogue on a quest for adventure and glory.
Joined with Ky Vatta early on for no other reason than 'it would be jolly good fun'.
Because of their lack of military discipline, Ky and her captains though them to be cannon fodder; to everyone's surprise, they actually became effective recon ships for the SDF fleet. Rapier, Arbalest, Trebuchet, Warhammer, Scimitar light cruisers.
Slotter Key's military fleet commanded by Admiral Padhjan. Planets and systems[ edit ] Allray: A planet with a wide array of indigenous lifeforms suited for the exotic.
Allray station was later the host of a terrorist attack on the Vatta cargoship, Ellis Fabery. Belinta: Newly colonized and primarily agricultural, Belinta is widely considered provincial and uncultured.
Its people are known for their subdued fashions and distrust of outsiders. Bissonet: A major manufacturing center with a populace desiring art and culinary additives. Its system falls to large groups of pirates later on.
Garth—Lindheimer: A prosperous and respectable trading station in a system with three habitable planets. Privateers must submit to a lengthy adjudication process in order to keep "prizes" brought in here. Gretna: A system that, with the collapse of the ansible network, fell into xenophobia, in-system piracy, and slavery. Populated heavily by bigots who dislike anyone who is not Aryan in addition to humods. Lastway: Near the edge of explored space, Lastway is home to MilMart, a large and reputable military supply store.
Leonora: Located midway on the route from Belinta to Lastway, it is a developing world that reacts with paranoid fervour to any possible threat, going so far as to close all access to the system and shoot at unarmed traders who came too close at the first sign of problems in the beginning or Moving Target book 2. Moscoe Confederation: A central system with three inhabited worlds. The largest, Cascadia, is known for its arboriform space station and its strict code of conduct which requires perfect courtesy at all times.
Nexus: One of the biggest and wealthiest systems, and home of the ISC.
As such, Nexus II is the communications center for all — or most of — human-occupied space. Pulson: A poor system with a nexus of multiple FLT jump points. Also captured by pirates. Rosvirein: A "live-and-let-live" world where indiscretions that don't interfere with local citizens are ignored and the criminal element has a large presence.