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Space Station Investigation by Nikki Haverstock

Another great installment in the series. This time Captain Liz and crew are seemingly out of the Fleet, shipless and searching for stolen goods. At the same time, a serial killer is preying on young girls in the space station. How can Liz stop herself investigating when lives are on the line? I was so… Continue reading Space Station Investigation by Nikki Haverstock

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New Release: You Sexy Thing by Cat Rambo

You Sexy Thing follows the adventures of Captain Niko Larsen and her crew of soldiers turned chefs as she tries to escape The Holy Hive mind, earn a Nikkelin Orb, evade space pirates and befriend a living space ship. This is certainly space opera, but I think it could also be classified as space fantasy,… Continue reading New Release: You Sexy Thing by Cat Rambo

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Golem by Kim Aaron

Heda works in robot maintenance on the moon, and Jay is a tour guide. After a series of hook ups, they’re afraid their relationship is getting serious and you’re not supposed to get serious on the moon. However, everything gets scary when Heda’s precious sixteenth century necklace, rumored to contain the power to raise a… Continue reading Golem by Kim Aaron

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Bloodless by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

Following on directly from the end of Verses for the Dead, Special Agent A X L Pendergast, his ward Constance, and his FBI partner, Agent Coldmoon, are sent to Savannah to investigate a series of strange murders that suggest there’s a vampire on the loose in Georgia. I’ve been a fan of Preston and Child’s… Continue reading Bloodless by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

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New Release: At the Edges by S A Asthana

An entertaining collection of thirteen speculative fiction short stories. Some are thoughtful, some funny, and others are spooky, but each is satisfying on either an emotional or intellectual level. Asthana shows great range, both in the variety of countries and cultures present in the stories and in the themes present in the tales. It is… Continue reading New Release: At the Edges by S A Asthana