Specters of the Dawn

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"An exciting and inventive adventure."
—The Denver Post
"An engaging, entertaining thriller with an exotic cast of characters, in an unfortunately all too plausible repressive future."
—Science Fiction Chronicle

Specters of the Dawn
by S. Andrew Swann
  DAW Books Inc., 1994
  288pp, $4.50
  ISBN: 0886776139
  DAW Collector's Number: 959

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  The Moreau Omnibus

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  Specters of the Dawn

Angelica Lopez is a moreau rabbit who is trying to forget a life on the streets, content working menial jobs and being left alone. Then her life is turned upside-down by Byron, a moreau fox who is rich, attractive, and who Angel may be falling in love with.

When Byron is killed, Angel has to find out why. The closer she comes to the truth about Byron, the deeper she comes enmeshed within a web of conspiracies, data manipulation, human supremacy, and a government secret that could spell the future of not just the moreaus, but the entire country.

Note: this book is currently published as part of The Moreau Quartet Volume Two.