by Robert M. Blacketer. Russ is training to be a
Star Ranger, an elite group of computer-enhanced law
enforcement agents. Russ doesn't know he has been marked as an
assassin's target. After several attempts on his life, the
Rangers send him out on a commercial liner to complete his
training. The plan doesn't work as the Star Liner is hijacked,
passengers are held for ransom, and only Russ stands between
their freedom and certain disaster.
by Stephen L. Harris. 4142 is inhabited by a small
colony of lovable characters who face a daily battle to
protect the crop of antemelons, a versatile fruit for the ages. 4142
has no portals established for souls to pass on to higher or
lower planes. The result is numerous sightings of ghosts and the
arrival of Benjamin, a demoted lieutenant of Satan's army, to
claim the wandering spirits for Hell before Heaven can intrude
on their behalf.
Artemesian Mandate, by Kate Saundby. Book VI of the Nublis
Chronicles (and Book Three of the Nublian Chronicles II -
The Felix Trilogy). Vice of men consuming greed, the defense
awakens near too late. Hell hound and full moon, what price a
demon to defend the light?
Angel, by Kate Saundby. Book V of the Nublis
Chronicles (and Book Two of the Nublian Chronicles II -
The Felix Trilogy). Sanctuary of peace in the grasp of demon
spawn, love is forbidden to the one leashed between the realms.
What price will he pay for tasting the forbidden?
Silence, by Kate Saundby. Book IV of the Nublis
Chronicles (and Book One of the Nublian Chronicles II -
The Felix Trilogy). Shattered words, trust abused, maimed,
and slowly dying, who will hear the soliloquy of the silenced?
Orion Property, by Kate Saundby. Book VII of the Nublis
Chronicles. Beyond priceless is friendship to the one whose
price has been established, to the one too useful to be allowed
the title "person."
Wages of Greed, by Kate Saundby. Book III of the Nublis
Chronicles (and Book Three of the Wages Trilogy).
Concubine's son, illegal witch child, consummate trader, on
Nublis he proved his worth. But the prophecy was only that one
would be born who might have the strength to end the world's
Wages of Justice, by Kate Saundby. Book I of the Nublis
Chronicles (and Book One of the Nublian Chronicles I -
The Wages Trilogy). No sane person wants either of the two
most powerful positions on planet Nublis. The Emperor and Archon
are slaves to 3,000 years of tradition. The Emperor can
abdicate. Only death can free the Archon.
Wages of Sin, by Kate Saundby. Book II of the Nublis
Chronicles (and Book Two of the Nublian Chronicles I -
The Wages Trilogy). Who shall sit in judgment of the judges,
should they become corrupt? Who shall free the worlds from the
conscienceless? Who shall choose the one who cannot be corrupted
to free the suffering? Where lies the Emperor's duty?
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