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A New Start: Novel 1 of the Gulliver Station Series by Connie Cockrell

Gulliver Station is brand new and being populated primarily with Old Earth Irish. Fergus Boylan, the Provisional Station Manager, wants to leave the old, corrupt Ireland behind and make station life fair for all of its residents. Conway Gillespie sees a chance to start his own crime family and rule the station like his old boss on Earth. The new residents want a fresh start, free from corruption and violence, that’s why they volunteered to colonize the station. Who will win this tug of...

Never The Dawn by Grey Wolf

With the world divided into several competing empires, Albion finds itself at war with more than it bargained for in West Africa. It slowly emerges that this is just a part of a larger pattern, and various agencies and chivalric orders begin the quest to get to the bottom of things.
The story begins in Timbuktu, capital of Albion's viceroyalty of West Africa, and centre of the ongoing war against the native Fulani. Only now it appears that they have gained the aid of much more formidable...

Zeeka Chronicles by Brenda Mohammed

Zeeka Chronicles is a futuristic story taking place twenty years in the future.
New technology and scientific breakthroughs in the field of medical science set the stage for the unimaginable.
Robots and zombies play major roles.
A reviewer described the book as 'Twilight Zone-like Sci-Fi Shorts."
Zeeka Chronicles placed third in the category Best Science Fiction in SIBA Awards 2017.

Nyssa Glass and the Electric Heart by H. L. Burke

Reformed cat burglar Nyssa Glass fled her home in New Taured after being framed for murder. Settled safely on foreign soil, her life finally seems back on track. However, fate soon throws another wrench in the clockwork. A determined detective tracks Nyssa down and threatens to drag her back for trial.
Nyssa's desperate to shake off her past ... or at least the aggressive lady detective. A mysterious note promises hidden evidence to finally prove her innocence, but she can't tell anyone,...

Post Apocalyptic Ponies: Revolutions Per Mile, Book 1 by E.E. Isherwood

HighOctane Post ApocalypseThe wheels came off the world two years ago. It was a global war to be sure, but without television or internet people quickly forgot the specifics. Survival itself became the 24hour news cycle.
With her father's high performance sports car, Perth Hopkins managed to outrun the plagues, famines, riots, and most other refugees. She'd made it to safety, far from the ruined cities.
Today, years later, she drives Old World muscle cars as a highspeed courier between...

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