What's Under Ordshaw?
Will the answer get her killed?
Pax thought she knew the dark side of Ordshaw. A poker pro who hustles bankers and gangsters, she can take care of herself. But she’s about to discover the shadows hide far worse than criminals.
When a thief steals her bankroll, it could cost Pax her home. Following his trail unearths a labyrinthine mystery that could cost Pax her life.
People have disappeared simply for realising what's lurking under Ordshaw.
To get her life back, Pax needs to go much further than that.
Who is the Blue Angel?
Can she survive its legacy?
Pax’s murderous government want her dead, because she’s discovered monsters exist.
To survive, she’s got to expose who, or what, is behind the chaos. She can’t do it alone.
But with only the trigger-happy Fae to turn to, Pax’s allies might kill her before her enemies do...
The Violent Fae
They will destroy everything to protect their secrets.
Pax is discovering that the smallest mistakes can have the deadliest impact. To defend Ordshaw, she's uncovered monstrous truths and involved terrible people. The consequences must be faced.
The Sunken City is unstable. The Fae are armed for war.
Can Pax stop the coming disaster?
The City Screams
Tova’s getting her hearing back.
She’s going to wish she wasn’t.
Alone in Tokyo for experimental ear surgery, Tova Nokes is finally shaking up her life. But when she starts to hear things she shouldn’t, all she wants is to make it home alive.
There’s a voice saying it’s where she comes from that makes her special.
If she can only survive violent stalkers, and the terrible screams, she might figure out why…
A Most Apocalyptic Christmas
The night before Christmas, Scullion’s stuck halfway between the USA's last surviving cities.
There are bandits out to kill him.
And he wants a drink, bad.
Scullion plans to get what he wants. He's faced tougher killers than these punks before.
But there's worse to come. A barbaric community with an utterly distorted seasonal spirit are about to teach him the true meaning of Christmas:
It's dangerous to go
If you like madcap action and desolate futures, you'll love this dystopian rollercoaster.
He wanted to the ruined world…
Now he has to save it.
Marquos travels Estalia’s waterways with a secret. The girl hiding below deck was rescued from the mines. Can he get her home safely before disappearing into the North?
She’s opened his eyes to the true nature of Estalia’s Guards. Kidnapping children is the least of their crimes. There’s a secret war coming closer to home – and their terrible weapons point back to the time before the darkness. Are the rebels right to resist the only order left in the world?
Marquos cannot run from the truth.
It’s a fight he must join, on one side or the other.
But can he protect what’s left of the world, or will he cause its destruction?
She’s been oppressed all her life.
That ends now.
Deni dreams of escaping the derelict estate of her master Balfair. When he drags a mysterious fuel from the swamp and excludes her from a mysterious new project, she sees her chance.
The ruling Guard will not stand for rogue engineering.
And Deni will not stand for this life any more.
But will bringing their war-mongering leaders into her home really set her free? Or are there worse fates than this cruel isolation?
Whatever the consequences – their whole world is about to change.
He didn't know how savage the world was…
Until he met Deni.
When Tyler helps a girl on the run, his carefree life gets complicated fast. Deni isn't afraid to kill, and she’s got a secret that could tear open the sky.
Racing from a besieged city to the war-torn countryside, Tyler soon discovers that the Empire’s guardians are their biggest threat. But how can he and Deni expose their leaders without exposing themselves? And who can they possibly trust now?
Can this mismatched pair overcome the full fury of the Guard, when all they’ve got is each other?
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