Robots have a tough life in Hal Spacejock's universe: as second-class citizens they have no rights, and most are overworked, mistreated, and recycled at the drop of a hat.
When Kim Baker, a wealthy industrialist, leaves his vast fortune to an elderly robot, it's front page news.
Unfortunately, the robot hasn't been seen for decades ...Baker's Dough is the fifth novel in the Hal Spacejock series (65,000 words, approx 280 pages)
About the Author
Simon Haynes was born in England and grew up in Spain, where he enjoyed an amazing childhood of camping, motorbikes, air rifles and paper planes. His family moved to Australia when he was 16. Simon has four Hal Spacejock novels, two Hal Junior novels and a dozen short stories in print. He divides his time between writing fiction and computer software, with frequent bike rides to blow away the cobwebs. Simon's goal is to write fifteen Hal books (Spacejock OR Junior!) before someone takes his keyboard away.