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Where Oblivion Lives

A lyrical historical fantasy adventure, set in 1932 Spain and Germany, that brings to life the world of the novellas collected in Los Nefilim: Spanish Nephilim battling daimons in a supernatural war to save humankind.

Alice Payne Rides

Alice Payne Rides is the thrilling sequel to Kate Heartfield’s Alice Payne Arrives.
Can the team prevent an international pandemic across time, and put history back on its tracks? At least until the next battle in the time war…

The Apprentice Sorceress

A lady does not raise her voice.
A lady does not tear her gowns.
A lady does not contradict a gentleman.
A lady does not practice magic…
Until now.


The data stored in her blood can save a city on the brink or destroy it. Blackmailed into transporting secrets throughout the troubled domed city, Emery is caught between two factions: those who want her blood, and those who just want her dead.

The Iron Codex (Dark Arts, Book 2)

A Russian sorceress who hunts fugitive Nazi mages in 1954 South America discovers that she has a far larger destiny than her late master led her to believe. But to fulfill her true potential she must first stop a new foe from destroying the world.


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.

The Assassination of Billy Jeeling

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.

While Gods Sleep

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

Uncommon Miracles

“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