It’s time for haunted fun with Graveyard Shift, a debut novel from Michael Haspil featuring an ancient mummy and a Roman vampire working as vice cops, keeping their city safe from other undead and hordes of evil monsters.
While Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hearts and Minds is a good overall story, calling it a Star Trek tale is a bit disingenuous. Even Picard, who graces the cover, is barely window dressing for the story.
The main character for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Enigma Tales is Elim Garak, the mysterious, manipulative and charming tailor and spy of the TV Show Deep Space Nine. That pretty much sets the tone for this diabolically good story.
This week we look at the debut novel, Game of Shadows, by Erika Lewis. It’s a really great start for a first-time novelist, and might just be your cup of tea if you enjoy fantasy novels and complex plotting.
Starting out with a novel about peace, Halo Envoy quickly devolves into one of the most action-packed Halo books ever, pitting colonists against the UEG, ONI against aliens and aliens against each other.
The first Steeplejack book was an amazing ride scaling the lofty heights of the Bar-Selehm city state. Firebrand keeps the high-flying action going, and cements author A. J. Hartley as one to watch for young adult fiction.
If you love steampunk fantasy, then The Guns Above, the first entry in the Signal Airship series, is really going to hold your interest. With a fascinating crew, a tight plot, dangerous action and plenty of dark humor, The Guns Above really soars.
Follow the story of Thrawn as he uses his tactical genius to score countless victories and gain rank in the Imperial Navy in Star Wars: Thrawn. Navigating the military will be difficult for an outsider and alien, with the help from his aide Eli Vanto and the ambitions of Arihnda Pryce, he can succeed in his goals.
Steeplejack is the first book in the Alternative Detective series by A. J. Hartley, and as opening novels go, this is one of the best. Come explore a world of steeples and smokestacks alongside an amazing cast of characters.
When a newly found civilization rapidly advances and petitions for Federation membership, it spawns a deep mystery and almost a galactic war in Star Trek: The Original Series: The Latter Fire. It’s everything Star Wars fans want in a story.