It’s not that Research isn’t aware of the ethical implications of its line of inquiry. It’s just that they really don’t care.
The Churn “To go from an unregistered birth such as his to having any power and status at all was an achievement as profound as it was invisible.” Before he was the engineer on the Rocinante, Amos Burton lived in Baltimore. A product of prostitution himself, he spent his childhood in sexual slavery, before being rescued by the woman who would essentially become his step-mother. This novella takes place about twenty years before the main events of the series, during a time when the organized crime in Baltimore is once again being ravaged by law enforcement in one of their […]