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|The Bright Black Sea
Captain of a ship haunted by its past.
When Wil Litang, the first mate of the tramp freighter Lost Star, reluctantly accepted the job as acting captain, little did he realize that the Lost Star had a mysterious and dangerous past. A past that had caught up with it. And a future filled with danger and discoveries that would eventually lead him to the real Lost Star.
|The Girl With Acrylic Eyes
Coppélia walks into a police station and claims she’s been raped. Her case is given to the New Met City Special Victims Unit, much as any other sexual crime would be. However, Detective Inspector Vismay Rajan senses something odd about Coppélia, and calls in Detective Inspector Karen Chambers of the Sexdroid Unit for her opinion.
Coppélia is subsequently identified as an android, but she’s unlike any android that Karen has seen before – she appears to have emotions. A friendship forms between human and android and they embark upon a quest to discover Coppélia’s origins and purpose – both totally unprepared for what they find out.
In the wake of a cold Victorian winter, Karl Scheffer and Esther Emerson discover an anonymous journal filled with strange passages and bizarre scribblings. The journal soon draws them into a covert and sinister conspiracy, a conspiracy centred around an otherworldly artefact with the power to change everything …
Karl and Esther have spent almost every day of their thirteen years in the quiet market town of Shraye. Stifled by their rural surroundings and frustrated by their unfulfilled ambitions, they find the allure of the journal’s mysterious pages impossible to ignore. The book seems to be beckoning them away from Shraye, away from their homes and towards the coast where an unsolved disappearance has set a dark chain of events in motion.
McCall Richter works as a skip tracer, tracking down criminals, con men, and people who stop making payments on their fancy new spaceships.
Her job description says nothing about locating vast quantities of stolen maple syrup, but thanks to her helpful new android employee, she finds herself tramping through a “sugar house” on a frosty moon full of suspicious characters. The only witness to the crime? The junkyard dog next door.
|The Girl in the City
With the oppressive Transport Authority controlling every aspect of their existence, Leah and her father do what they can to carve out a good life for themselves. Leah spends her nights scavenging, risking capture as she hunts for salvage her father can trade for food and clothing.
When Leah takes a bag of salvage from a dying stranger, she and her father are plunged into the world of Transport and its war against the terrorist organization, TRACE.
As Transport closes in, Leah will need to decide who can she trust, and how far she’s prepared to go so save her father’s life.
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When CIA agent Cameron Hansen receives a call from his friend Mitzi Lenz, an FBI pathologist, regarding her missing father, they soon are embroiled in a desperate race to thwart Hansen's old enemy, Juan Carlos Perez, a powerful tech magnate and international drug trafficker. Perez is doing secret experimental brain implant operations on victims kidnapped from Mexican farms. As Cameron and Mitzi struggle to understand the purpose of the hi-tech implants, Perez draws closer to his ambitious goal. He ensnares the brilliant and enigmatic Dr. Overbridge, one of the world’s top neurosurgeons, to perform the complex surgery by promising redemption for a past mistake that led to a terrible tragedy.
Overbridge is haunted by the woman he killed and the son he maimed, but also by the dozens of men he killed as a sniper in Vietnam. He is determined to use the new technology to exorcise his demons. As the experiments continue, Perez’s men try to clean up all the loose ends, including Cameron, Mitzi, and anyone who has seen the surgery. If Perez can’t be located, and stopped, the consequences for the entire world will be devastating.
Tyler Barron is about to lead his fleet into a trap. He is sure the enemy is laying in wait, but he has no choice. After four years of unexpected calm along the front line, the Senate and the Hegemonic Council are demanding action, and the Pact’s commanding admiral has no choice but to set out on a mission to liberate the enemy-held regions of the Hegemony.
While Tyler prepares for an offensive he believes can only end in disaster, Andi Lafarge is preparing to continue her quest for the mysterious weapon the doomed empire used to defeat the Highborn centuries before. That search has largely been one of combing through old data and artifacts…until now. Andi’s path leads into the region of the Hegemony now know as Occupied Space, right past the Highborn defenses, to the shadowy and mysterious coreward regions of the old and fallen empire, and the ancient imperial capital itself.
|SYNTH #4: An Anthology of Dark SF
SYNTH is a new anthology series of dark SF published quarterly, with each issue containing eight thought-provoking visions of the future . . . tales of utopia and dystopia, of inner and outer space; tales that are bleak, tales that are bold . . .
ISSUE #4 features the dark visions of Mike Adamson, Forrest Aguirre, Donna Scott, Daniel Marrone, David Gill, Vicki Lindem, Steve Toase, and Jay Caselberg. It is edited by CM Muller, creator of the award-winning Nightscript anthology series.
If you are a fan of Black Mirror, Philip K. Dick, J.G. Ballard, Alphaville, and the like, then SYNTH may well be your next literary fix.
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