Science Fiction Books
Series and Stand Alone Titles
All titles available as Paperbacks and ebooks.
Versions are available for all major ebook readers.
Resident Fear, Frankenstein.com and The Red Kite Killings available as a series in a single volume.
The Sacred Protocol, Divine Extinction, and The Ice Wars of Dominia available in a single volume.
Below there are links to the books on Amazon Kindle US/UK and Smashwords.
Apple Nexus Odyssey Apple Evilution
Apple Sacred Protocol
Apple Divine Extinction
Apple Ice Wars of Dominia
Apple Resident fear
Notice: My other site free-fiction.net no longer exists as Amazon won't allow price setting as free.
It has been a constant battle with them, they will only price match other retailers.
The Man Who Never Was
Reached Number One in Amazon Historical Mystery Category.
Now 105,018 downloads.
It is available FREE as an e-book on Smashwords, Apple, Kobo, and Nook. Also on Kindle via price match.
The paperback version is sold at cost on Amazon.
A Psychological Thriller
If you would like this book it can be downloaded from Amazon for Kindle or paperback.
Also from Smashwords, Apple, Nook, and Kobo
Other Books: The Jupiter Paradox is now avaialble in all formats
All of the books displayed on this page are available on Amazon Kindle, Sony, Kobo, iPad, Nook, Diesel and Blio.
Now also available on Google Play and Google Books for Android devices
Also all individual books and omnibus editions are available in paperback from Amazon.
Resident Fear has been awarded book of the month on www.sfbook.com for May 2012, as was The Jupiter Paradox this year.
Frankenstein.com and The Red Kite Killings are a now released and are the sequels to Resident fear.
The kindle format offered the chance to combine all four books in The Nexus Odyssey into a single download. The same applies to the Evilution series. This hopefully gives the reader the choice to try one book or read the sample download for kindle and go for the series.
There are reader reviews on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. There are also editorial reviews of every one of my books on www.sfbook.com . I have posted them on this site but I believe it is more authentic to visit the site of the reviewer, in order to get a feel for the comprehensive nature of this non-profit making facility for science fiction fans. The editor publishes absolutely independent reviews of all sub-genres within science fiction. Like many others, I find this site to be very informative and easy to navigate. It also treats the most famous and fledgling authors in precisely the same way in the reviews, which is a refreshing change.
The three genres of the books were published in the following order:
Science Fiction - The Nexus Odyssey - Comprising The Darwinian Extension Trilogy and Renewal
Alternate History - Evilution - Comprising - The Sacred Protocol, Divine Extinction and The Ice Wars of Dominia
Crime Fiction - Fog on the Tyne - Comprising - Resident Fear, Frankenstein.com and The Red Kite Killings
The two stand alone books are:
Science Fiction: The Jupiter Paradox
Wartime History: The Man Who Never Was
Psycholgical Thriller: The Message
Political Satire: The Predicament of Redwood Paddock
The Nexus Odyssey is an epic story of human explration and it had to begin somewhere.
Apart from it being our nearest planetary neighbour, it is about the same age as Earth. Although it is thought to have lost its atmosphere a long time ago, it could have imported the same kind of organic-bearing cosmic impacts as our planet, at the same time. It is therefore logical that true archeological exploration there may reveal things which instruments and robotic devices have so far failed to uncover.
There is also the fascinating presence of canyons far greater in dimension than the Grand Canyon, especially in depth. This gives a natural starting point for research. West Candor Chasm, for example is almost 2,000 miles long and over 5 miles deep in places. When this is coupled with it being the closest planet and therefore the least costly to explore, it would seem to be a no-brainer to consider manned missions in the not too distant future.
The Book of the Month Review of Resident Fear on www.sfbook.com
is on the book's separate page which is accessed from the menu bar.
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I hope you found something of interest
A new scifi novel is on the way
Hopefully the first in a trilogy
Target date for publication
It now has a title: Panspermia Deorum
Welcome to my website
The site is intended to help familiarise science fiction fans with my work. Currently I have published eleven manuscripts, but only five are actually hard science fiction novels. I cut my teeth on a political satire, which turned out to be a bit of a rant. It did however give me the push to enter the genre in which my interest has always lurked. Great authors such as Arthur C. Clarke and Isaac Asimov are to blame for that particular addiction.
I hope that people enjoy my humble attempts at creating stories which are grounded in realism as well as fiction. The books are not in the sub-genre of fantasy. Having retired early, I enjoy exercising my imagination and my physique (running and cycling), although they are not obvious bedfellows.
Born and still living in Northeast England does afford me a stunning environment to ease the pain of pounding the roads, and although there are many unspoilt stretches of coastline, the sea is not often at a welcoming temperature.
Sample Chapters are also available at www.scfi-book.com
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A trilogy plus one
A voyage of human exploration
Survival amongst the Stars
The Jupiter Paradox
A stand alone volume
A challenge from within
Images of the past and future
EARTH IS BORN
Andromeda and the Milky Way
Many readers prefer to stay with the tactile nature of real books rather than electronic ones.
So, all of my books are avaialable in paperback form on Amazon at a small mark up on cost.
I'd like to express my appreciation to all 306 people who have given their time read and review
'The Man Who Never Was'.