One man rises in opposition. Rork Sollix raids Barbary's cargo ships for fun and profit, along with his lovestruck teenage servant Lala Fevari and his ragtag crew.
Just days from death, betrayed by his own men and on the run, Rork tries to safeguard Lala on Earth. But Barbary kidnaps her, throws Rork in a bleak Delhi prison and aims to make the young girl pay for Rork's crimes.
When a routine bit of piracy goes wrong, the crew of the Song of Stone realise that there's a bounty hunter on their tail. One who might, finally, be able to outclass them. The Dragon Queen is feared across space, and for good reason. But even the bounty hunter doesn't realise what she's been hired to do. Or what is in the container she's been sent to retrieve.
And she's not the only hunter in the game...
Gavin Deas is the pseudonym used by Stephen Deas and Gavin Smith when writing together.
Unable to work for a command that defiles the oaths he swore, he works to untangle the web of lies and deceit he finds woven throughout his worlds. The tattooed marks of his profession run more than skin deep. As a Specialist it is his duty to protect the people, the laws, and all the United Earth Government stands for, even if it means taking down the entire Black Ops division to do it.
Ian Blake doesn't play games and he won't accept handouts. He needs to be productive and useful - but his creepy boss just fired the baby-saving hero and father of three.
Ian yearns to build his own robots now. But with a job offer in hand under his old boss in a government agency, he fights his family's callous material greed and his own self-doubt to build the future he thinks we all need.
But he was wrong.
When Katherine makes a startling discovery in the data she stole from Maunhouser, Hunter is forced to face troubling news before ultimately learning what Maunhouser bought at Site B. Once again, he must face the corp he despises, risking it all to stop them from making the greatest discovery since the fall of the Gate Age.
Set in a far distant future, The 28th Gate is a series of tales that will appeal of fans of space marines, space fleets, and military hard science fiction. The series consists of eight volumes spread across four seasons telling the story of Hunter’s struggles against the AAA corporation that created him. Each volume contains six episodic novelettes each with the action, character, and plotting of a complete story all crammed into an espresso-like package, while each season chronicles a different arc in the overall epic.
Join Hunter and the crew of the Essta now in the exciting conclusion of Season I in The 28th Gate: Volume 2!
Ailsa Santamaria whores for food on the killing streets of Protectorate 13477 as she struggles to break her daughter Texa's screen addiction. She won't trade control of her mind for a slim chance at a better life. She's not like the others.
But uplift arrives in Protectorate 13477 nevertheless. Ailsa discovers a way out for her and Texa, but it may not bring the relief she seeks. She thought she had nothing left to lose. That was a lie.
The Dead Force Series: Books 1-3
This omnibus edition of the Dead Force Series contains the first three books: Sandman, Lockdown and Firefight.
Tag is a man without a past and a bad future.
Waking up in a chamber full of half a million sleepers is bound to confuse anyone, but learning you're on a spaceship hurtling through the universe will really ruin your day.
Book One: Sandman
Finding over a million sleepers on three arks, an infestation of space fleas, and no idea how he or the squad got there, Tag is having a bad day. Uncovering the truth proves more bizarre than he could have guessed, but never one to pass up a challenge, Tag decides revenge is the best course of action.
Book Two: Lockdown
In search of the truth, Tag and his squad head to Earth where they learn just how far they are from where they started. Realizing they’re not entirely blameless for what happened to the world, Tag desperately looks for a way to gain the upper hand against enemy aliens he can’t even find.
Book Three: Firefight
War is about real estate and, with Jessica near death, Tag is running out of time to reclaim even a small part of his country. The Dead Force are willing, but Tag must find a way to steal what he needs from the aliens to turn them into an effective fighting force. Determined to slam a stake in the ground and declare it his, Tag raises his bet, but it just might be a step too far.
Dead Force series is the latest in the SD Tanner collection. It’s a wild ride through space, filled with cool tech, mad aliens, and a stubborn squad refusing to quit.
Dead Force: Books 1-3 can be read as a standalone trilogy.
Also available: The omnibus edition of the Dead Force Series containing the final four books: Valhalla, Warlord, Judas and Eagle.
Also by SD Tanner
Books in Navigator
Navigator Boxset (Books 1-4)
Books in Bombardier
Books in WarriorSR
Books in Dead Force
Dead Force Books 1-3
Dead Force Books 4-7
The Hunter Wars series
Books in Hunter Wars
Hunter Wars Boxset (Books 1-3)
Hunter Wars Boxset (Books 4-6)
Books in Eden Lost Trilogy
Eden Lost Trilogy
Time to Die