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Don’t Look Back by John Gribbin now available to pre-order

Don’t Look Back, the definitive retrospective collection of short stories by John Gribbin is now available to pre-order from major eBook retailers. Many of the stories in this collection were originally published in Analog and other magazines. Some were precursors … Continue reading

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It’s Just the Chronosphere Unfolding as it Should now available in paperback

It’s Just the Chronosphere Unfolding as it Should, being the fourth novel in Ira Nayman’s increasingly improperly named Transdimensional Authority series*, and featuring Time Agency agent Radames Trafshanian, is now available in paperback. When Time Agency agent Radames Trafshanian is … Continue reading

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The Unseen by Dave Weaver now available in paperback

Dave Weaver’s latest novel The Unseen, which has been available as an eBook since Friday the 13th May, is now available in paperback. In a recent review on RisingShadow, Seregil of Rhiminee said “The Unseen has a touch of British … Continue reading

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Sons of Liberty by Christopher Nuttall now available in paperback

Sons of Liberty, Book IV in Christopher Nuttall’s alternative history / fantasy Royal Sorceress series, which has been available to buy as an eBook since the 29th April, is available from today in paperback. Praise for the Royal Sorceress series: … Continue reading

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“one of the best novels of its kind” – review of Bookworm IV: Full Circle on Risingshadow

Seregil of Rhiminee has reviewed Christopher Nuttall’s fourth and final book in the Bookworm series, Bookworm IV: Full Circle, on the Risingshadow website. Describing it as “” he starts by saying that “Christopher Nuttall is one of the few authors … Continue reading

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The latest novel from Dave Weaver is a disturbing paranormal story set in idyllic Essex countryside

What if the cottage of your dreams turns out to be a house from hell? The Unseen is a darkly erotic tale of guilt and obsession – hallucinatory and horrifying, with a shocking finale. DARTFORD, KENT – 12 April 2016 … Continue reading

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Sons of Liberty, latest alternative history novel from bestselling author Christopher Nuttall

Fourth book in the Royal Sorceress series, set in an alternative 1830s where scientists have discovered magic, sees Lady Gwen travel to New York to protect the American colonies from the French DARTFORD, KENT – 24 March 2016 – Elsewhen … Continue reading

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Can’t Dream Without You available in paperback

Today sees the publication of the paperback edition of Can’t Dream Without You by Tanya Reimer, the first of her tales from The Dark Chronicles. Legends say that, tens of thousands of years ago, Whisperers were banished from the heavens, … Continue reading

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“compelling and entertaining” – review of Thomas Silent on Risingshadow

On Risingshadow, Seregil of Rhiminee has reviewed Ben Gribbin’s novel Thomas Silent, or, Why there are no more mermaids. When he started to read it he found it to be such a “compelling and entertaining fairy-tale-like story” that he read … Continue reading

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“excellent story” – review of The Janus Cycle by The Mole

On the Our Book Reviews Online blog, The Mole has reviewed The Janus Cycle by Tej Turner. After a brief introduction to the plot and characters, The Mole observes that “Time travel is a concept that easily attracts plot flaws” … Continue reading

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