Carter’s a homicide cop in Titanshade, an oil boomtown where 8-tracks are state of the art, disco rules the radio, and all the best sorcerers wear designer labels. But unless Carter can find an elusive killer, the entire city may fall into chaos.
A great hero, Jeeling is the scientific genius who built Skyship, a huge flying city that has been cleaning the atmosphere for decades—saving millions of lives. He is unfairly targeted in an assassination plot, risking a massive ecological disaster.
Space opera adventure. Pirates. Judges. Weird physics. Desperate refugees. Struggling colonists. Missing persons and a mystery ship. A quest for human origins in a pocket universe.
The first in a set of stand-alone, mythology-based novels by award-winning author, L. D. Colter.
“The pleasures of Greek mythology mixed with the dark undercurrents of contemporary fantasy.” Walter Jon Williams, NYT bestselling author
“If Julie C. Day was a singer she’d have a five-octave range. This is a collection of astonishing variety and power. This is not merely a promising debut, it is simply astonishing.” — Collection Review Interzone
A time-travel novella about a disillusioned major from the 22nd century, a highwaywoman from the 18th century, her scientist girlfriend, and a war for history raging across time. Releases Nov. 6, 2018.
These exciting, surreal, enigmatic, gut-wrenching, breathtaking, uplifting, tear-inducing tales offer you strange journeys into mysterious and wondrous places that you’ve never before imagined.
A sweeping story of love and war, prejudice and acceptance…
Tirren, heir to the ruler of Thiery, has raised his half-Elven son in a land that hates and fears the Elves, but his son’s struggle for acceptance is only one source of Tirren’s pain…
From the award-winning author of DEAD SOULS and POE comes an all-new bone-chilling novel where a mysterious island holds the terrifying answers to a woman’s past and future.
“Political and daring, this collection adds to the future imagined by Philip K. Dick, George Orwell, Margaret Atwood, and Aldous Huxley.” —Foreword Reviews