Gardens Of The Sun, Part Three, Chapter Five
Sri Hong-Owen was walking a transect of the rim forest early one morning, collecting hand crabs for a population survey, when Euclides Peixoto called her out of the blue. He told her that there’d been a little trouble she should know about, back on Earth, and read out a brief official announcement about a successful action against a nest of criminals in Antarctica who had been in flagrant breach of the new regulations controlling scientific research. Survivors had been arrested and transported to Tierra del Fuego; their laboratories had been destroyed.
‘I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news but there it is,’ Euclides said, not sounding sorry at all.
‘Alder. Is he one of the survivors?’
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