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|The Naturalist by Andrew Mayne
Professor Theo Cray is trained to see patterns where others see chaos. So when mutilated bodies found deep in the Montana woods leave the cops searching blindly for clues, Theo sees something they missed. Something unnatural. Something only he can stop.
As a computational biologist, Theo is more familiar with digital code and microbes than the dark arts of forensic sleuthing. But a field trip to Montana suddenly lands him in the middle of an investigation into the bloody killing of one of his former students. As more details, and bodies, come to light, the local cops determine that the killer is either a grizzly gone rogue…or Theo himself. Racing to stay one step ahead of the police, Theo must use his scientific acumen to uncover the killer. Will he be able to become as cunning as the predator he hunts—before he becomes its prey?
|Dark Matters by Michael Dow
When we finally unravel the mystery of dark matter, will it save our world? Or destroy it?
Rudy Dersch is the newly minted CEO of the world’s largest, multi-trillion-dollar corporate conglomerate. But the job comes with an unexpected twist - an invitation to join the Consortium, a small, secretive group of global elites who effectively decide what’s best for the rest of humanity. How does Rudy’s struggle to reconcile business and family impact the world’s future? And who, if anyone, can break the Consortium’s iron grip on the status quo?
The answer may lie with an unlikely duo: Dr. Jonas Hanssen, a renegade physicist close to unraveling one of the universe’s greatest mysteries. And Monique Durand, a headstrong art curator driven to find the meaning behind her increasingly compelling visions. From a life-changing moment in a crowded Singapore marketplace to the business end of an assassin’s gun, they face a power beyond any the world has ever seen. To survive, they’ll have to decipher the truth about dark matter - before the Consortium can achieve its ruinous end game.
|No Honor in Death by Eric Tomson
Siobhan Dunmoore was not having a good war. She’s had more ships shot out from under her by the invading Shrehari Empire than any other officer in the Fleet. Some called her overly aggressive. Others simply called her reckless. What the enemy called her was something else altogether. That she gave the Shrehari a good drubbing along the way didn’t matter in the least, because not all her enemies wore an Imperial uniform. A reputation for bad luck was pretty much the only reputation she had left.
Sailing yet another ruined starship home after a near defeat, she wanted nothing more than a long, long rest, because this time, she had escaped by the thinnest of bluffs. Unfortunately, the Admiralty had other ideas. The frigate Stingray was known as the unluckiest ship in the Fleet and her Captain had just been removed in disgrace for cowardice. Some in the Admiralty would dearly love to retire the old warhorse. After all, she was the last of her type left in service, and perhaps it was time to break up the jinx permanently, along with the crew. But in the midst of an interstellar war, every ship that could fight was needed. In short order, Dunmoore went from staring down the Empire’s finest on the bridge of a wrecked battleship to taking on a demoralized, semi-mutinous crew, scheming Admirals and a deadly mystery. Stingray’s bad luck wasn’t just superstition gone rampant. Between a crew that won't talk, political enemies who want her gone, and her personal demons, she's got her hands full. Taking the frigate into battle under those conditions would seem foolish to anyone else, but Dunmoore was never one to shrink from a good fight. Failure was not an option, and defeat not an acceptable alternative, for there was no honor in death, only in victory. She would redeem herself and her ship or be damned for all eternity.
|Nefertiti's Heart by A.W. Exley
Cara Devon has always been curious and impulsive, but tangling with a serial killer might cure that. Permanently.
1861. Cara has a simple mission in London - finalise her father's estate and sell off his damned collection of priceless artifacts. Her plan goes awry when a killer stalks the nobility, searching for an ancient Egyptian relic rumoured to hold the key to immortality.
Nathaniel Trent, known as the villainous viscount, is relentless in his desire to lay his hands on both Cara and the priceless artifacts. His icy exterior and fiery touch stirs Cara's demons, or could he lay them to rest?
Self-preservation fuels Cara's search for the gem known as Nefertiti's Heart. In a society where everyone wears a mask to hide their true intent, she needs to figure out who to trust, before she sacrifices her own heart and life.
|Sol: The Void by Samuel Small
A city under siege. An army of bloated monsters. One rag-tag team to save the day.
Jake is just an ordinary guard in training living in the Republic, a safe haven built for those who do not possess the supernatural abilities known as Sol. His days are a boring mix of training, desk work, and the occasional rebel attack to throw things off balance. In a monotonous world where he's never put on real missions, it seems his dream of becoming a fully realized guard is never going to come true.
That is until a horde of pale monsters appear at the west gate.
Thrust into a quest to find the origins of the mysterious beings, alongside the least efficient team possible, Jake must tackle challenges far beyond his capabilities. Sword-wielding mercenaries, sharp-toothed demons, crony kings, and black beasts stand between him and his ultimate goal: to protect the nation and people who supported him since he was orphaned. Will the Sol-less boy have what it takes to fend off his dastardly foes? Or will he suffer the same fate as his dearly departed parents?
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|Dragons 'n Antibodies by Linh Nguyen-Ng
What if DNA is magic?
What if you can heal yourself simply by asking your blueprint?
Ambitious and focused, scientist Nathan Wu lives by proof and logic, rejecting the realm of the esoteric. But when his daughter becomes terminally ill and none of his research or experiments can save her, he is pushed to the edge.
Hopelessness propels him to the limits of reason, allowing him to see and converse with DNA-Dragons. His logical mind refutes this unbelievable possibility, but the father in him cannot discard the invitation to enter a portal that holds the key to his daughter’s cure. What is beyond the veil?
In desperation, Nathan plunges into an inconceivable quantum world of human biology that shows him what he could never prove, where diseased monsters attack him, and where his survival depends on the willing suspension of reason.
|A Door Into Time by Shawn Inmon
Not all guys obsess over tiny details…
…but Army Special Forces do.
The wall just didn’t look right.
Alex has been trying to cope. Life after his deployment had been rough. His ex-wife thought he needed to stop disappointing their daughter. She was right.
He would try harder.
With six hours before his little girl’s fourth birthday party, he saw the anomaly. One wall was too short. Plenty of time to tear out a panel and look behind it.
He found a brick wall.
His house wasn’t made of brick.
Behind that was another just like the first. He still had time. When the second wall came down, Alex stood and stared at the shining doorway. Next to it, held up by a knife, was a note.
It was a warning…
…and he didn’t listen.
|Kittywampus by Ethan Freckleton
The galaxy is a dangerous place. Even for pirates.
Dread Captain Harry is revered as a hero back home on Cern, where his tribe of donkey-riding symbionts have resided peacefully for centuries.
Steve knows better. Unfortunately, it’s his job to play chaperone as youth campers leave their planet for the first time to visit his despised rival.
En route to New Haven, they quickly learn that the galaxy’s a dangerous and chaotic place. But for Steve, bigger problems loom than lethal space marauders.
They’ve all been invited to join Uncle Harry’s Pirate Academy. It’s a golden chance to expose Harry as a fraud, but that begs the bigger question … what exactly is a pirate, anyway? When they're sent out to investigate the mysterious disappearance of the cat-like citizens of Alpha Lyncis b, they'll have a chance to learn first-hand...
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