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The Valley-Westside War

Crosstime Traffic #6

by Harry Turtledove

Usually Crosstime Traffic concerns itself with trade. Our world owns the secret of travel between parallel continuums, and we mean to use it to trade for much-needed resources with the worlds next door. Preferably...


The Last Prophecy

Ben Kamal & Danielle Barnea #7

by Jon Land

1945: While liberating a concentration camp, an American medical unit uncovers something beneath a body-laden trench. Sixty years later, the survivors of that unit are systematically murdered because of what...


Evening's Empire

by David Herter

David Herter's first novel, Ceres Storm, was recently published to widespread acclaim. "Distinctive and imaginative, Herter's tale moves to its own disconcerting logic: a debut of immense promise," said Kirkus...


Cyberterror

by R. J. Pineiro

Computers increase the flow of natural gas to the San Antonio, Texas, distribution center increasing the pressure, triggering multiple leaks which result in massive explosions. The death toll is in the thousands,...


Blind Lake

by Robert Charles Wilson

Robert Charles Wilson, says The New York Times, "writes superior science fiction thrillers." His Darwinia won Canada's Aurora Award; his most recent novel, The Chronoliths, won the prestigious John W. Campbell...


Combat, Vol. 3

by Stephen Coonts, R. J. Pineiro, James H. Cobb & Ralph Peters et al.

A historic landmark work, depicting war as it is and soon will be-the shape of war to come.

Featuring:

Harold Coyle, reporting from the front lines of the information war, where cyberpunks are recruited to combat...


The Walls of Jericho

Ben Kamal & Danielle Barnea #1

by Jon Land

American Ben Kamal is a Detroit police detective whose police training makes him valuable to the new Palestinian police force on the West Bank. He's glad to help--but hooking up with the Israelis to find a serial...


Hope Mountain

by Jon Land

It's the end of the line for Jamie Brooks. After losing his house and his girlfriend, Jamie opts for a prescription bottle and the easy way out.

But when even that fails, he heads north on a snowy road straight...


The Fires of Midnight

Blaine McCracken series #8

by Jon Land

Who killed two thousand innocent people, and how? More importantly, can they be stopped from striking again?

Infectious disease expert Dr. Susan Lyle teams up with Blaine McCracken, ex-CIA operative, in the search...


Dolphin Key

by Jon Land

Dolphins are magical creatures: they comfort the heartbroken, rescue the lost, even heal the sick. At the Hope Key Dolphin Assisted Therapy center in Florida dolphins use their healing powers to help autistic...


Day of the Delphi

Blaine McCracken series #6

by Jon Land

With charismatic billionaire Samuel Jackson Dodd at its head, a shadowy cabal of conservatives uses its power to try to win the U.S. presidency and gain complete control of the United States government.


The Long Journey Home

by Don Coldsmith

Set in the early twentieth century, Long Journey Home is the story of one man's life, the American Indian John Buffalo, as told by his biographer, Scott McNaughten.

John Buffalo is pushed to train for track and...


The Destruction of the Inn

Ulster cycle #4

by Randy Lee Eickhoff

Randy Lee Eickhoff continues the Celtic Ulster Cycle; following up his highly acclaimed retelling of The Three Sorrows, with The Destruction of the Inn. Part impacted myth, part heroic saga, and part literary...


The Prize in the Game

Tir Tanagiri #3

by Jo Walton

When a friendly competition leads to the death of a beloved horse and incurs the wrath of the Horse Goddess, the kingdoms of the island of Tir Isarnagiri are doomed to suffer. As the goddess' curse chases them...


Lethal Secrets

by Pete Earley

It was thought that during the height of tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States, the KGB may have cleverly smuggled a nuclear bomb into the very heart of Washington D.C. In Pete Earley's new...


Tides of Darkness

by Judith Tarr

A stunning new fantasy adventure in the acclaimed Avaryan Chronicles

Hailed as "a sweeping saga, spiced with exciting, unexpected plot twists" (Publishers Weekly), Judith Tarr's richly imagined Avaryan fantasy...


Starlight 3

by Patrick Nielsen Hayden

Since its debut in 1996, Starlight has been recognized as the preeminent original anthology of science fiction and fantasy. Its stories have won the Nebula Award, the Sturgeon Award, and the Tiptree Award. Starlight...


Mars Underground

by William K. Hartmann

2032. The human race has established colonies on Mars. For years Dr. Alwyn Stafford researched its biggest mystery: Did life evolve on the Red Planet? The answer, except for simple, long-dead microorganisms,...


The World's Finest Mystery and Crime Stories: 5

by Ed Gorman & Martin H. Greenberg

Editors Ed Gorman and Martin H. Greenberg have scoured the world to present the biggest and most consistently entertaining collection of crime and suspense stories from across the globe. Their first-rate picks...


Then Came Christmas

by Randy Lee Eickhoff

On Thanksgiving Day, 1953 Samantha "Sam" McCaslin was content with life on her family's ranch in South Dakota. It was her birthday, and her life was just beginning. She had turned twelve and was certain that...