Author: Adam Roberts

Sprung from a prison in the center of a star, the universe’s last criminal is employed to kill the entire population of a planet—and leave the planet itself intact. It is a crime that will tear apart an interstellar utopia that has existed for centuries. To keep ahead of detection while the crime is prepared, the killer voyages to the worlds where, in exotic and varied lan….Read More

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Wonder Woman, Volume 4: War

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The Golden Transcendence

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Market Forces

A coup in Cambodia. Guns to Guatemala. For the men and women of Shorn Associates, opportunity is calling. In the superheated global village of the near future, big money is… Continue Reading Posted in: Commercial Crimes, Dystopias, Hard Science Fiction, Science Fiction


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Nell has come to feel very at home in her beautiful corner of Wiltshire with her partner Angus. What she could do with, however, is a challenge, and the prospect… Continue Reading Posted in: Women's Fiction

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