Phule’s Errand by Robert Asprin audiobook

Phule’s Errand

By Robert Asprin  and Peter J. Heck
Read by Noah Michael Levine

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7.60 Hours 1
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What's a millionaire bachelor to do? Join the army—with his butler! Captain Willard Phule is the only officer in the Space Legion with his own butler, but Beeker has stuck with him through thick and thin. Which is why Phule simply can't comprehend why his butler would run off-planet without a word—and take with him Omega Company's lovely new medic. Without his right-hand man, Phule has no idea what his left hand is doing. So he takes off after his errant butler, just as General Blitzkrieg decides to make a surprise visit to Zenobia. And the only thing Blitz would like better than catching Phule off guard is to catch Phule AWOL . . .

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What's a millionaire bachelor to do? Join the army—with his butler!

Captain Willard Phule is the only officer in the Space Legion with his own butler, but Beeker has stuck with him through thick and thin. Which is why Phule simply can't comprehend why his butler would run off-planet without a word—and take with him Omega Company's lovely new medic.

Without his right-hand man, Phule has no idea what his left hand is doing. So he takes off after his errant butler, just as General Blitzkrieg decides to make a surprise visit to Zenobia. And the only thing Blitz would like better than catching Phule off guard is to catch Phule AWOL . . .

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Author Bio: Robert Asprin

Author Bio: Robert Asprin

Robert Asprin (1946-2008) was an American science fiction and fantasy author, best known for his Myth-Adventures and Phule’s Company series. As an active fan of the genres, he was a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, a cofounder of the Great Dark Horde, and founder of the Dorsai Irregulars. He was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation for The Capture in 1976. Asprin died in 2008 at the age of sixty-one, having published over fifty novels and several short stories.

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Author Bio: Peter J. Heck

Author Bio: Peter J. Heck

Peter J. Heck is an American science fiction and mystery author, best known for his “Mark Twain Mysteries” and Phule’s Company series. He was an editor for Ace Books and is a regular reviewer for Asimov’s Science Fiction and Kirkus Reviews.

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Available Formats : CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Science Fiction
Runtime: 7.60
Audience: Adult
Language: English