30th July 2019 – Death Goddess Dance – Levi Black
The thrilling conclusion to the intense Lovecraftian horror of The Mythos War trilogy
In Red Right Hand, Charlie Tristan Moore became the unwilling acolyte of The Man In Black, a treacherous elder god also known as Nyarlathotep, the Crawling Chaos.
In Black Goat Blues, Charlie fought her way past bloodthirsty gods and demons to rescue her lover’s stolen soul, only to put all of Creation at risk.
Now she must stop the Man In Black from achieving his ultimate goal: freeing his dread father, Azathoth, from endless confinement to feast upon humanity for all eternity. But before she can confront her inhuman mentor for the final time, Charlie must make her way to the heart of a hellish, otherworldly prison—and call upon the darkest powers at her command.
Book 3 in The Mythos War
30th July 2019 – Refuge – Glynn Stewart
A dying world, shattered by a broken machine
A desperate flight, their only hope for refuge
A robotic race, ally and destroyer alike
The Republic of Exilium has grown in strength and confidence at the far end of the galaxy from the rest of mankind, sending out scout ships to survey the worlds around them as they try to learn more about the mysterious Construction Matrix AIs.
Finding one of the genocidal rogues of that mysterious “race” in the process of destroying an inhabited world, Captain Octavio Catalan takes his ship into a desperate battle. He is victorious—but he is too late. The world of the strange aliens he has encountered is doomed.
The distant Republic can barely help, but the honor of their leaders will not permit them to stand idly by. Ships and crews are set into motion to commence a desperate evacuation of their newfound friends, and debts with the strange Matrices are called in.
One branch of Matrices destroyed the planet. Another may well save it—but the AIs have their own agenda and the price they ask may be beyond the Republic and its new allies…
Book Two of Exile
3rd August 2019 – The Wonderland Murders – Lanie Olson
Things are different when you’re a burden.
I was dumped at Carroll’s Home for Troubled Youth by parents I can’t quite remember—or maybe I came here on my own. No … I was found guilty of a crime and that’s why I’m here.
It all depends on who you ask or choose to believe, I guess.
I spend my days with my best friend who’s done way more heinous things than I have.
He wants me to remember—to tell him stories about being a stranger in a strange land, but I don’t want to talk about it because when you talk about things, that’s how they become real again.
Because it was real, no matter what Dr. Carpenter or any of the orderlies say, and Ever is the only one that believes me.
He wants me to go back, but I can’t.
There’s a bounty on my head.
I stole something from the Queen and she’ll stop at nothing to get it back.
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