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  • 0986396214

    by D. Scott Johnson
    Kimberly Trayne is in hiding. Accidentally-but-sort-of-on-purpose flash-freezing the son of a drug kingpin tends to require it. Unfortunately the transition from international computer-hacking badass to night manager at Taco Bell has left her life… wanting. The virtual combat realm of Warhawk lets her take out her frustrations with a sniper rifle, and with gun, she travels. Then the impossible happens. A complete stranger knocks on her virtual door, accidentally thrusting her into the spotlight ... more
  • Enpidra: The Exodus

    by Drew Washington
    This story follows a scientist who specializes in genetics and bio-engineering, as she tries to step out of the large shadow of her husband a successful and ruthless founder of a biotech company. On the verge of massive life saving cure she must fend off her husband, the government and other larger companies who wish to profit from her work and the aftermath of a mass exodus on Enpidra. In the end hers and his work leave an ever lasting mark on the species and star system in their demise. They ... more
  • Accidental Child

    by Karen Douglass
    Survivors of disastrous climate change have created a community in an old shopping mall, where clan hierarchy determines work, allocates food and controls the right to bear children. Rose Donahue falls through time into this arid future and must adapt or risk death trying to return to her former life where she had a lover, a young daughter and a beagle named Otis.
  • Playlist of the Ancient Dead

    by Aaron Frale
    A door materialized in a drab brick building for the unwitting post-college student Caroline. A washed up government spook named Murphy had been waiting for the door to arrive for many years. He had lost someone inside when the door first appeared and knew that Caroline was the key to unlocking the secrets within. What he didn't account for in his carefully laid out plan was the building had an agenda of its own.
  • The Coming of the Anti-Christ

    by Vincent Taylor
  • Back to Eden, The Eco-Adventures of Adam and Eve

    by Luigi Enrico Pietra d'Oro
    In which Adam and Eve leave the Garden in a Humvee brought by a human serpent who traveled back in time to deliver the knowledge of good and evil which is necessary for humans to use for profit and manipulation. Together with other time-traveling, biblical characters, the race is on to save the planet from those who would hasten in the end of days. Crazy, but more reasonable than current beliefs.
  • Song of the Sea Spirit

    by K.C. May
    For untold centuries, the Spirit Stones have hummed a series of mysterious tones whose meanings were long forgotten. Now, a girl arrives with a flute and a book--keys to understanding the tones and the ancient knowledge locked within. When she witnesses a heinous crime, she begins a quest to bring the culprit to justice, but the deeper she probes, the more she learns that greed and corruption hold benevolence hostage.
  • Seven Tales for the Seven Dark Seas

    by Harold C. Morris

    Written in the exacting, masculine style of the classic storytellers of yesteryear this fiction collection explores the dark side of the maritime world—as if Herman Melville had written for Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone.

    TABOO ISLAND

    The narrator of this short novel is a professor of physical anthropology at a Canadian University.  He comes to take a professional interest in the legendary Bigfoot or Sasquatch, said to inhabit his region. With his close female friend... more

  • Dry Land

    by Jennifer Anne Seidler

    When mankind toys with nature, nature fights back. Astronaut Ted "Shakespeare" Hardiston is setting off on the adventure of a lifetime -- for the rest of his life. He reluctantly leaves behind his wife, an android/human hybrid, to command the first base on the surface of the moon. Ted and the crew of Space Shuttle Liberty complete their mission, gifting the Moon with gravity and an atmosphere. In doing so, they cause mass destruction on the Earth below. By Ted's side during this... more

  • 1/2986

    by Annelie Wendeberg

    To Micka, all words have flavors, and emotions come with such force that she can’t help but carve them into her skin. She’s barely sixteen when she decides to kill herself.

    That’s when she meets Runner, a mysterious stranger who offers her a new life far away from her family, her home, and everything else that’s been hurting her for years.

    There’s just one problem: Runner is a professional killer.

  • The Line: Science Fiction and Fantasy Time Travel

    by William Galaini
    Suspended in the nothing between timelines, the station Janus is an unseen marvel: the greatest technological achievement in human innovation. From Janus, Gustavo and his hand-selected team of historians and engineers venture into the past and observe history, unseen and unnoticed. But they are not alone. Another traveler is shattering history. Unhindered by desires to remain scientific and uninvolved, the intruder’s technology is far advanced with methods more brutal and a present more ... more
  • Oversight

    by Thomas Claburn
    Disgraced detective Sam Crane would do anything to help his comatose daughter recover. But when he's told to turn a blind eye to the murder of a reclusive scientist, he refuses, seeing his resolve as atonement for failing his family and his colleagues. Sam's determination to persevere endangers his friends, even as it reveals a secret sought by a deluded advertising magnate, a set of look-alike terrorists, and government agents: a way to alter the visible world. If only he could have seen the ... more
  • King Arthur's Sister in Washington's Court

    by Kim Headlee

    Queen Morgan le Fay casts a spell to travel to 1879 Connecticut to take revenge on the Yankee for destroying her world. But the spell misses by 300 miles and 200 years, landing her in Washington, DC of 2079 instead. Whatever is a time-displaced queen of magic and minions to do? Written as though by the old master himself, King Arthur’s Sister in Washington’s Court by Mark Twain as channeled by Kim Iverson Headlee offers laughs, love, and a candid look at American society, popular ... more

  • Crossline

    by Russ Colchamiro

    Hotdog pilot Marcus Powell has been chosen to test Taurus Enterprises' prototype craft Crossline and its newly developed warp thrusters. But during the flight something goes incredibly wrong, forcing Powell into a parallel universe.

    Soon after he lands on that strangely altered Earth, Powell reluctantly teams up with a trigger happy rebel leader, a pot-smoking shaman, a crafty pie-maker, and a weary solider who hates his guts -- all to survive an epic battle he may have been destine... more

  • Red Desert - Invisible Enemy

    by Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli
    Mars hasn't always been red. Once it was covered by oceans. It was blue, hospitable, inviting. Then everything changed, but something remained . . . waiting. Third book in the Red Desert series.

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