Standalones

Standalone Science Fiction Novels.
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Asteroid Jumpers (2)Asteroid Jumpers

Captain Arlon Stoddard loves his ship, the Luminou. Run by the best crew in twelve systems. They’re like a family. When the Authority sends the ship to investigate incidents on Asteroid Perry, the crew expects another routine mission. Instead, what they find stuns them. It might just change everything they know. If they can live through it. A deep space adventure from the author of Athena Setting.

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Print $18.99 – Amazon, or ask at your local bookstore

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Athena Setting

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Jess Candell loves the orbital runs between Jupiter’s moons. Even if Athena isn’t quite the right ship for the job.

In the Jovian system, when things go wrong, they go wrong fast. And bad. When it happens to Athena, she’s heading for a fiery plunge into Jupiter’s atmosphere.

With rescue ships days away, Jess will have to risk everything to save the survivors. If she can even find them.

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The Cly

The Cly front coverTony Brock saved humanity once. But in the mess, he lost his relationship with his daughter.

Now the Cly pose a new threat. A threat that might destroy the Earth itself. And the aliens won’t negotiate. So Brock’s back in the thick of it. Chasing them down, and chasing the faint hope of seeing Bex one more time.

An alien invasion novel with a difference.

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Gretel

Gretel (2)The colony ship Gretel is speeding for the stars. She’s supposed to be two light years away.

But she’s not.

The ship’s appeared in Saturn’s orbit. One distress call, then silence.

With his brother aboard Gretel, Karl Nathan’s got no choice but to break his promise to never go back to space. Saving the passengers and solving the mystery will take all his courage. And then some.

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