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Review - Santuario by G.B. Gordon

Posted in Book Reviews on Oct 23, 2015

Santurario

In the distant future, on a far-away planet, there are two human colonies with distinctly different cultures. The Skanians were the original colonists, apparently descended from Scandinavian stock. The later arrivals crash-landed more than 200 years before this story begins. For reasons nobody seems quite sure of, the newcomers were isolated on an island they call Santuario in the sweltering tropics, where they've had little contact with the Skanians. More...

Review - Probe by Mel Keegan

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 24, 2015

Probe

Volume 4 of Hellgate

The festering colonial rebellion finally explodes into open warfare in the fourth book of the Hellgate saga. The flashpoint of Ulrand, where the inept interference of military engineers from Earth caused an alien artifact to explode, devastating almost half the planet. Festering resentment is pushed into high gear, and when the inevitable vote to succeed comes, Earth sends a fleet of ships to prevent the predictable succession of other worlds from the confederacy. An unlikely group of mercenaries comes to the planet's defense, as well as a ghost from Neil Travers' past. It's all orchestrated by Harrison Shapiro in his efforts to prevent a bloodbath. More...

Review - Brimstone: Demon Owned and Operated

Posted in Book Reviews on Sep 23, 2014

Brimstone: Demon Owned and Operated

Volume 1 of Brimstone

Shax, the demon Prince of Thieves, had a bit of a falling out with Lucifer, so now he, along with his best friend and partner in crime Verrin, Lord of Impatience, have left earth to seek their fortunes among the stars. They've acquired a cargo ship, appropriately named Brimstone, which Shax captains and Verrin pilots. They'll take almost any job, even, or perhaps especially, legally questionable ones.

This omnibus edition of three stories recounts several of the pair's escapades. Along the way, they pick up an angel, a cowboy from earth's past, and assorted other creatures, some of whom join the crew. More...

Review - Deep Sky

Posted in Book Reviews on Aug 26, 2014

Deep Sky

Volume 2 of Hellgate

This second book in the “Hellgate” series picks up right where the first book, The Rabelais Alliance, left off. Neil Travers and Curtis Marin are again center stage as they try to head off smugglers supplying arms to the colonies rebelling against Earth's domination, while at the same time trying to find a peaceful solution to get those worlds out from under the central government's thumb. As if that's not enough, there's still the threat from an unknown race that randomly strikes out from the other side of Hellgate, wiping out whole worlds. More...

Review - The Silvers

Posted in Book Reviews on May 27, 2014

The Silvers

‘B’ is the captain of the first human mission to the Silver planet, in search of water for an earth that is running dry. The Silvers themselves are a bit of a surprise, as the unmanned explorers that were sent to the planet didn't record them. Although humanoid, the Silvers don't seem to feel greed, anger, lust, or any other ‘human’ emotions. This allows B and his crew, as well as their commanders back on earth, to view the Silvers as less-than-human, and thus perform downright criminal experiments on them. Of course, some of the crew enjoy inflicting pain more than others. More...

Words Apart is Published!

Posted in News on Dec 05, 2013

World's Apart

My latest book, Worlds Apart, is finally published, or in the process of being published through all the major online book stores. It's already available for Kindle readers and apps from Amazon, in Mobi (Kindle) and ePub formats from All Romance Ebooks, and in all formats from Smashwords. It will take around another two weeks or so to get into some of the specialty stores like iTunes and B&N.

For those that haven't seen it, here is the book blurb:

Up-and-coming corporate financial analyst Jim Li couldn't be more different than the shy genius Jon Franklin. The two men's personalities are ‘worlds apart‘ but when they meet there's definitely and attraction. Although Jim tries to take things slow, he soon finds himself in a relationship with the geeky other man. However, Jon's mind is never at rest, and when a new idea for a scientific breakthrough takes hold of his imagination, Jim's love is not enough to pull Jon back from his new obsession. The couple become estranged, and then Jon disappears in an explosion. More...

Review - An Uncommon Whore

Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 05, 2013

An Uncommon Whore

Pasha is indeed an uncommon whore. He's uncommonly beautiful, and for now at least he has an uncommonly nice pimp who owns him and really only sells his services when he is need of money for gambling, which is actually quite often. But Pasha knows he wasn't always a whore. For one thing, he knows ‘Pasha’ isn't really his name, it's just the word for slave in the language of his master. The memory of what his name was, who he was before he was a slave, has been wiped from his mind through a chip implanted in his brain. More...

Review - Dorian's Worlds

Posted in Book Reviews on May 19, 2013

Dorian's Worlds

In a dystopian future, medical science has extended the human life span, and age has become the all-important measure of status. The young only exist to serve their elders, whether it's to hand them food just beyond their reach or to provide sexual gratification. Dorian is a young man in his late teens, a service worker at the beck and call of two elderly 'patrons' who use him however they wish.

One day, in a fit of temper at his patron's insensitivity, Dorian throws some fruit at them and stalks off. For this, he is sent to prison to be reformed. But prison only hardens Dorian's resolve to find a way out of the unfair system, and he quickly finds friends that think the same way. Together they begin to make plans for an escape that grows to include dozens of rebellious youth. More...

Review - Trenekis of Hiera

Posted in Book Reviews on May 15, 2013

Trenekis of Hiera

Trenekis faces his impending coming-of-age in the small village of Hiera with a lot of trepidation. Survival of the isolated village on the semi-arid planet requires that each young man take a wife and begin procreating within a year of turning twenty, but Trenekis can't imagine doing that. His best friend and former lover Keenam came of age the year before and seems to have adapted to married life, but Trenekis doesn't want to live that lie, even though declaring his true nature means banishment. Adding to the young man's troubles is the disclosure that the only mother and father he has ever known are not really his birth parents. And then there's the rapid decline of the man who leads the village and has been closer than an uncle to Trenekis. More...

Review - Starfall

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 31, 2013

Starfall

Ash is an alien from another world, but he manages to pass as a rather quirky yet handsome human. He has come to a rural area of Vermont in search of his sister, who crash-landed there with valuable information that can help his planet achieve justice. Ash isn't the only one with his quirks in town. There's also Angi, a run-away rich girl who escaped her stifling home in Florida only to fall in with the leader of a gang.

Conn and Faye are private investigators sent by Angi's family to get the girl to come home. When the closeted Conn meets Ash there's an instant connection that both men try to resist, but can't. Conn is already considering coming out, and his increasing fascination with Ash confirms that idea, even though there's a lot of things pulling the two apart. More...

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