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  • The Grid Warrior

    by Kev Martin
    It is the year 2031 and computing is at a stage where players use reality suits in order to physically enter the gaming world. Paul Wilson and his brother Simon are research professors at Portsmouth University and gaming is not just their job, but their life. Their lives have been dedicated to creating this technology but when a transition between the real world and the gaming world for Paul goes disastrously wrong, their lives are changed forever, and a desperate fight for survival begins.
  • Maldene II: Mysteries Of Olde

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    Of all that Sabu and his companions discovered in the bowels of Thïr Tÿorca, a simple looking map was the most mysterious. An indestructible map in an unknown language that starts them on a quest to seek out answers from the fabled Great Sage at the Foot of the World. And yet, these answers are only the beginning, for it puts them on the road to the most incredible secret anywhere on or off Maldene. A terrifying awe-inspiring revelation that provides the first clue as to the real goal of the vi... more
  • The U.M.I. Corp. Connection (Inspector Flaatphut Book 2)

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    Inspector Flaatphut is back, this time teaming up with Tiffany and a whole group of miscreants to track down a leathal drug, clones, and the world's most deadly assassin. And all because his mother came to visit. Word Count: 64,000
  • Project Looking Glass (Inspector Flaatphut Book 1)

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    In a future world where Man has uplifted a variety of species to two-legged sentience, the problems that have plagued the world have only gotten worse. Enter Inspector Henry Flaatphut of InterSpec; a former computer hacker now stuck at what amounts to a desk job, he has a 300-pound badger for a boss, a wise-cracking computer named ICy, and a pretty 5-foot feline named Miss Calico for a secretary that he never seems to have time for. A dreadful existence until that one person enters his office wh... more
  • Alone

    by Skye MacKinnon
    It all started with a headache. Next came the cramps. Then, the pain. Cries and wails filled the station. The bloody cough killed most of them. The others succumbed to the fever. And then, silence. I’m the only one left. My name is Louise and I’m the only human on Mars.
  • Mother of Gods: A Winter Princess Prequel (Daughter of Winter)

    by Skye MacKinnon
    "I've been alive for less than a year, but it's been nothing but trouble. I was born to be someone I'm not, created by a lonely Goddess in the image of a random man she met at a party. No wonder it didn't work out. What I have to decide now is how I want to spend the last few days of my life." Beira, the Mother of Gods and Queen of Winter, has grown tired and lonely. After millennia of living on her own, she decides it's time to create the perfect lover. But while Colan might look like the ma... more
  • Maldene: Volume One

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    Maldene is a world of magic and science, wizards and dragons; but home also to an incredible secret. One jealously guarded by History’s most villainous being: Miro. For centuries his presence has been plaguing the nightmares of gods and men; the world is in his thrall, there is no one willing to face him. Or perhaps there is. The young wizard Sabu, and his elven friend Eldar, lead their companions on a journey to seek a destiny foretold them by a blind gold-skinned gypsy. Fighting a three-h... more
  • Into the Maelstrom

    by Clint Geller
    Strange cosmic powers have awakened in young Arol, a junior assistant at the Sacred Temple in the capital city of his war-torn homeland of Gennebar. Seeking to understand and to control these powers, he goes to study with the elder cosmically gifted sage, Bernarro. Too soon he is thrust into the maelstrom of conflict and war when his mother is sold into slavery by a corrupt tax collector. Enraged, Arol decides to join the forlorn rebellion, the Zemaki, against his country’s oppressors, the ra... more
  • Tales from the Rift

    by Bruce Levine

    In the far future, when interstellar travel and trade with alien races is commonplace, will they still tell ghost stories? In Tales from the Rift, Colson Metter, a human trader and seven aliens are led by a shape shifting bartender in a contest relating tales of the supernatural for the prize of prizes. As each contestant tells stories set in their own alien societies,, Metter hunts for a way to cheat the competition. For to him this is more than a contest: losing could mean his life!

  • Wandering Star: A Reunification Novel

    by Steven Anderson
    When Ted Holloman graduated from the Academy he expected his first deployment with the Reunification Commission to be filled with the excitement and adventure he’d dreamed of since childhood. In Wandering Star, he finds that excitement risks death, adventure hides heartache, and that there is a cold truth inside the old Dulcinean proverb that your destiny is determined by who you invite into your bed. Ted wanted to prove himself a dependable young RuComm scientist supporting the mission to br... more
  • Bee Boro

    by Michael Boyajian
    A peaceful world of bees is threatened by oncoming evil. Can love and peace triumph over death and destruction.
  • Divided We Fall

    by Adam Bender
    Amid threat of global war, a government agent must arrest her fiancé after he loses his memory and becomes a revolutionary. However, when she learns more about the President's plan to broaden citizen surveillance, she begins to question just who is right.
  • We, The Watched

    by Adam Bender
    An amnesiac struggles to conform in a surveillance society where the government keeps a Watched list of its own citizens. Seven wakes outside the capital of a nation he doesn't recognize, and discovers a surveillance society with no separation between Church and State. Those who rebel are called Heretics and face execution. Seven's blank-slate perspective lets him see through the government's propaganda, but attracts the eyes of the Guard.
  • The Wanderer and the New West

    by Adam Bender
    A rogue vigilante seeks redemption in a lawless, near-future America that fully protects the rights of armed citizens to stand their ground against mass shooters and motorcycle gangs. When a marksman known as the Wanderer opens war against injustice in the state of Arizona, his violent actions attract the attention of journalist Rosa Veras, writer of a subversive blog about America's return to the Wild West.
  • The Vengeance Code

    by Nat McKenzie
    She's a nobody in the bunker, trying to survive. He's the heir to a fortune, determined to follow in his mother's fatal footsteps. Only she knows her father was murdered, his code stolen. His father's virtual reality program kills people. Linix can't possibly trust the heir of the man who destroyed her family. And Cache can't accept a position in an industry that kills its customers. But when the only thing more dangerous than the games is not playing them, they'll have to figure out... more
  • Mountain of the Dead

    by Jeremy Bates
    THE GREATEST UNSOLVED MYSTERY OF THE 20TH CENTURY Fact: During the night of February 1, 1959, in the remote reaches of Siberia, nine Russian hikers slash open their tent from the inside and flee into a blizzard in subpolar temperatures. Fact: By morning all are dead, several having suffered gruesome, violent deaths. What happened to them has baffled investigators and researchers to this day. It has become known as the Dyatlov Pass Incident. Now, an American true-crime writer seeking ... more

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