Incident on the Hennepin by Eric Nixon

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In the year 2492, the luxury cruise ship, Hennepin, makes a mysterious emergency stop to the distant Treadway Station. As the ship arrives, Card, a maintenance worker, goes outside to make repairs on the station, and returns an hour later only to find all 25,000 residents have gone missing. As he tries desperately to escape the nightmare unfolding around him, he discovers he may share the same fate as his crew mates.

Incident on the Hennepin is a short science fiction story (18 pages, 7931 words) peppered with a mild amount of suspense and horror.

About Eric Nixon

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Eric Nixon is an author and poet. He self published his first collection of poetry, Anything But Dreams, which was selected as an iUniverse Editor's Choice book in 2004. In 2011, Garrison Keillor read his poem "Riding The Red Line" on the nationally syndicated public radio program, The Writer's Almanac. He is the author of several short stories, including Incident on the Hennepin and Retribution on a Jetpack. Emily Dickinson, Superhero - Vol. 1 is his first novel. Eric lives with his family in Vermont where he is inspired by his surroundings and is always exploring his creativity through poetry, photography, and writing.
Published July 24, 2011 by Eric Nixon. 26 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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