The latest four entries in our new standalone novella series, available as a discounted bundle, saving significantly on both the cover price and on shipping costs
How does the government react when confronted with a vast influx of displaced people fleeing the horror of war? It's a dilemma that tests both resources and humanitarian commitment to the limit, but in the end will it be compassion or self-interest that prevails?
When a previously unsuspected race of Merfolk start to appear on our shores seeking respite, seeking safety, seeking asylum, how will humanity respond?
MY MOTHER MURDERED THE MOON - STEPHEN DEAS
Stephen Deas delivers a tense mystery of sabotage and murder with far-reaching repercussions set upon a small space station orbiting Saturn's moon Epimetheus; a gripping slice of high-tension hard SF packed within a deftly crafted novella; epic in scope, precise in its execution.
VISIONS OF RUIN - MARK WEST
A week in a seedy caravan at 'The Good Times Holiday Park' is not exactly the holiday sixteen-year-old Sam has been dreaming of, but he knows his mum is struggling and doing the best she can. At least he meets someone his own age to hang out with – Polly – but neither of them is prepared for the strangeness that ensues.
Beautifully paced and full of deft touches that bring the 1980s setting to life, this quiet horror is populated by a cast of fully believable characters fumbling their way through life.
THE ENTROPY OF LOSS - STEWART HOTSTON
Something has gone wrong with Sarah and Akshai’s ground-breaking simulations of black holes. When they are able to correct the errors the system abandons the simulations, spitting out mathematically significant numbers and demanding a response. When they answer, the system transforms their keyboard into a lichen-like material and they begin to suspect the seemingly impossible: First Contact.
Full details of each title can be found on their individual page. This bundle is available as four paperbacks, or four limited edition hardbacks, each signed by the book's author.