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  • by Nancy Holder, Jonathan Maberry, Gregory Frost, et al.
    £8.99

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £6.99

    The action-packed official adaptation of Alien: Isolation and a revealing look into the lives of Ellen Ripley and her daughter, Amanda Ripley.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido, Jody Lynn Nye, Sarah Stegall, et al.
    £20.99

    Thirteen authors, including Narrelle M. Harris, Jody Lynn Nye, and Sarah Stegall, come together in the second edition of Baker Street Irregulars to pen a new collection of short stories on the iconic and timeless character, Sherlock Holmes.

  • - Dominion and Ferenginar
    by David R. George Iii & Keith R. A. DeCandido

  • - Classified Clone Reports
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £23.98

    Designed to resemble the classified files and notes of Dr. Delphine Cormier, this in-world book chronicles the inner workings of the mysterious people and organizations at the heart of the TV series Orphan Black.

  • - Collection Two
    by Kevin J. Anderson, Duane Swierczynski & Keith R. A. DeCandido

    Three brand-new short stories based on the Fascinating characters and rich mythology of NBC's world-wide hit TV series Heroes, and the blockbuster event series Heroes Reborn.

  • - Children of the Revolution
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £8.49

  • by Chris Roberson, Keith R. A. DeCandido & Geoff Trowbridge
    £9.49

    A brand new concept in Star Trekfiction: three short linked novels, each one set in a different Star Trekuniverse, all of which feature favourite Star Trekcharacters in entirely new and unexpected ways.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    The Burning Legion has been defeated, and eastern regions of Kalimdor are now shared by two nations: the orcs of Durotar, led by their noble Warchief, Thrall; and the humans of Theramore, led by one of the most powerful mages alive -- Lady Jaina Proudmoore. But the tentative peace between orcs and humans is suddenly crumbling. Random attacks against Durotar's holdings suggest that the humans have renewed their aggression toward the orcs. Now Jaina and Thrall must avert disaster before old hatreds are rekindled -- and Kalimdor is plunged into another devastating war. Jaina's search to uncover the truth behind the attacks leads her to a shocking revelation. Her encounter with a legendary, long-lost wizard will challenge everything that she believes and illuminate the secret history of the world of...

  • by Jim Butcher, Christopher L. Bennett & Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £12.49

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    THE DARK IS COMING. . . . New York City in 1977 is vampire heaven. Serial killer Son of Sam is often blamed for their hits, and a citywide blackout gives them free reign of the streets, allowing them to get away with murder. Spike and his beloved Drusilla are in the Big Apple taking advantage of the situation, as is Vampire Slayer Nikki Wood, who has hunkered down with her son, Robin, in a Times Square apartment where she thinks they'll be safe. But no matter where she goes, Nikki has to watch her back. Spike has only one thing on his mind: to slay a slayer. Adding to Spike's list of challenges is a corrupt local vampire community that catches wind of his presence, and when they start messing with him, things get bloody interesting.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £18.99

    The action-packed official adaptation of Alien: Isolation and a revealing look into the lives of Ellen Ripley and her daughter, Amanda Ripley.The product of a troubled and violent youth, Amanda Ripley is hellbent to discover what happened to her missing mother, Ellen Ripley. She accepts an assignment with a Weyland-Yutani team being sent to retrieve the Nostromo flight recorder from space station Sevastopol, which they find out of control due to a Xenomorph that was brought there with the recorder. A conspiracy unfolds, revealing ever greater threats-including an entire Xenomorph hive. Over the course of the novel, Amanda's history is revealed beginning with her childhood. Her father Alex's battle with alcoholism caused her mother, Ellen Ripley, to sue for divorce. Ellen was forced to take off-world assignments, ultimately leading to her assignment aboard the Nostromo. Left behind, Amanda became determined to find out what happened to her mother, learning more and more about Ellen and the events that led up to her disappearance. Along the way, Amanda develops a fast friendship with Colonial Marine Zula Hendricks (from the Alien: Defiance Dark Horse series).

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £2.99

    Captain David Gold und Commander Sonya Gomez wollen sich zu Hause bei ihrer Familie von der Weltenbrand-Katastrophe erholen. Doch fur beide erweist sich das als nicht so einfach, denn jeder muss sich mit Damonen der eigenen Vergangenheit und der unsicheren Zukunft auseinandersetzen. Fur beide eskaliert die Lage und endet in einer bitteren Konfrontation, von der sie sich vielleicht nie wieder erholen werden ...

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £7.99

    Die Brennende Legion wurde besiegt und die ostlichen Regionen von Kalimdor werden nun von zwei Parteien beherrscht: Auf der einen Seite die Orks von Durotar, unter dem Kommando des charismatischen Kriegshauptlings Thrall, auf der anderen Seite die Menschen von Theramore, angefuhrt von der machtigsten Magierin dieser Zeit: Lady Jaina Proudmoore. Doch der Frieden zwischen Orks und Menschen ist bruchig. Wiederholte Angriffe auf Durotar legen den Verdacht nahe, dass die alte Feindschaft zwischen den beiden Volkern erneut entbrannt ist. Thrall und Jaina setzen alles daran, dass die Woge des Hasses nicht erneut uber Kalimdor brandet und das Land in einen weiteren furchtbaren Krieg zieht. TEUFELSKREIS Ein vllig eigenstndiger Roman um Magie, Krieg und Heldentum - basierend auf den preisgekrnten Videogame-Bestsellern von Blizzard Entertainment.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    As if Ring Day weren't enough to make Buffy Summers anxious (she can't even afford one of the less expensive silver bands), the Slayer has her hands full trying to figure out why an average split-level house in Sunnydale has all the vampires spooked. When she arrives at the library to discuss this new development with Giles, a package he's received from an old folklorist in Russia reveals what's going on: The stars are properly aligned for an attempt to resurrect Koschei the Deathless, a long-dead evil sorcerer. So while her classmates are busy choosing rings to demonstrate their school spirit, Buffy must figure out how to keep someone from reviving Koschei and, should she need to resort to plan B, how to kill him again. A little investigating soon leads Buffy and the gang to the necromancer who originally killed the sorcerer, an immortal Russian sorceress named Yulia Dryanushkina, who can control vampires (which explains their reluctance to pass by her place of residence). When the crew pays Yulia a visit, she assures them that with Willow's assistance, she would be able to kill the sorcerer again should he be revived. Neither Buffy nor Willow are particularly comfortable with aligning themselves with the necromancer, but they have no other choice when, twenty-four hours later, the vampires start behaving strangely . . . and half the senior class goes missing.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £3.99

    Detectives Mac Taylor, Danny Messer, Sheldon Hawkes and Don Flack are called in to investigate a double-homicide at a medium security facility on Staten Island. The prison has been witness to a lot of racially-motivated tensions and it appears that things have finally boiled over in a lethal fashion. One of the murders seems to be an open-and-shut case -- a prisoner gets a shiv in his ribs and everyone sees it happen -- but the other is more of a puzzle. At first glance it appears that the victim was killed with a blunt instrument to the head while he was working out in the weights room -- but the CSI team's lab work uncovers something very different... Meanwhile, Detectives Stella Bonasera, Lindsay Monroe and Jennifer Angell look into the murder of a young woman who worked at a popular Italian bakery in the Bronx. There's a likely suspect, one who's been seen flirting with the victim and has a rap sheet for attempted rape -- but Stella isn't sure that everything is what it seems

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    Four years after the end of the Brood War, Emperor Arcturus Mengsk has rebuilt much of the Terran Dominion and consolidated a new military force despite an ever-present alien threat. Within this boiling cauldron of strife and subversion, a young woman known only as Nova shows the potential to become Mengsk's most lethal and promising "e;Ghost"e; operative. Utilizing a combination of pure physical aptitude, innate psychic power, and advanced technology, Nova can strike anywhere with the utmost stealth. Like a phantom in the shadows, she exists only as a myth to the enemies of the Terran Dominion. Yet Nova wasn't born a killer. She was once a privileged child of one of the Old Families of the Terran Confederacy, but her life changed forever when a rebel militia murdered her family. In her grief, Nova unleashed her devastating psychic powers, killing hundreds in a single, terrible moment. Now, on the run through the slums of Tarsonis, she is unable to trust anyone. Pursued by a special agent tasked with hunting down rogue telepaths, Nova must come to terms with both her burgeoning powers and her guilt -- before they consume her and destroy everything in her path....

  • - Star Trek The Next Generation: Tng#61
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    In the aftermath of the Dominion War, the Klingon cruiser IKS Gorkon is on its way back to the homeworld when it is diverted by a distress call... It is two hundred years since the expanding Klingon Empire discovered an icy planet rich in a valuable mineral, topaline. They named the planet 'taD' - Klingon for 'frozen' - and called its people 'jeghpu'wl' - conquered. It is four years since the Klingon Empire invaded Cardassia, breaching the Khitomer Accords and causing a diplomatic rift with the Federation. On taD, depleted Klingon forces were overthown in a coup d'etat, and the victorious rebels took advantage of the disruption to appeal for recognition to the Federation. Now the Klingons have returned to taD and re-established their control. But the stubborn rebels insist on Federation recognition. A solution to the impasse must be found: a task that falls to the Federation's new ambassador to the Klingon Empire. Worf regards himself as a fighter, not a diplomat. But the Federation disagrees. Now, for the sake of the Empire, Worf must somehow forge a peace between the hardened rebels and the battle-hungry Klingon forces. And as everyone knows, Klingons do not negotiate...

  • - Star Trek All Series
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    Two of the four Malkus artifacts - deadly weapons lost millennia ago - have been found since their existence was discovered by Captain Jonathan Archer in 2151. Two more lie in wait, ready to wreak havoc on an unsuspecting galaxy. . . On their shakedown cruise, Captain Kathryn Janeway and her crew discover the third artifact in the Demilitarized Zone -- but the weapon is in the hands of the Maquis. Security chief Lt Tuvok must infiltrate the Maquis and gain the trust of cell leaders Chakotay and Cal Hudson, before the renegades use the artifact to cause chaos throughout the DMZ. Meanwhile the final artifact is unearthed on Narendra III, leading to the disappearance of two of the Federation's most respected Ambassadors, the Vulcan Spock and the Klingon Worf. Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise joins forces with Captain Klang of the IKS Gorkon -- but even the strength of these great vessels combined may not be enough to save them when the deadly secret of the fourth artifact is revealed.

  • - Star Trek All Series
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    The Malkus Artifacts are deadly machines, wielded as weapons of absolute power by an ancient interstellar tyrant and scattered across the Alpha Quadrant when he was overthrown. Thousands of years later, in 2151, they are discovered by Captain Jonathan Archer of the Starship Enterprise, and all Starfleet vessels are warned to be vigilant for these most lethal devices. . . One hundred years later, Captain James T. Kirk of the USS Enterprise and Commodore Matt Decker of the USS Constellation come across the first artifact on the plague-ravaged colony world of Proxima II. . . One hundred years after that, Commander Benjamin Sisko of space station Deep Space Nine finds himself pitted against the Bajoran terrorist Orta, in a battle for far more than the future of Bajor, when the second artifact falls into dangerous and destructive hands.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    For centuries, the Elabrej believed that they were alone in the universe, and that no sentient life existed outside their home star system. But their certainty is shattered when a controversial exploration vessel of their own making encounters - and fires upon - an alien ship. The aliens return fire and destroy them - and then come to Elabrej to investigate. Meanwhile the crew of the I.K.S. Gorkon, exploring the uncharted Kavrot sector, learn that their brother ship, the I.K.S. Kravokh, was attacked by an unknown alien vessel and subsequently destroyed it. After setting a course to investigate this new people, the Kravokh disappears - but a massive alien fleet is gathering at its last known location. Captain Klag must find out what happened to the Kravokh, and who this unknown foe of the Empire may be

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    To the Cardassians, it is a point of pride. To the Klingons, a matter of honour. But the eighteen-year cold war between these two empires -- euphemistically remembered in later years as the Bretaka Nebula Incident -- creates a vortex of politics, diplomacy and counterintelligence that will define an age, and shape the future. What begins as a discovery that would enable the Klingon Empire to reclaim a lost piece of its past becomes a prolonged struggle with the rapidly expanding Cardassian Union, which has claimed dominion over a region of space that the Klingons hold sacred. Enter the Federation, whose desire to preserve interstellar space leads Ambassador Curzon Dax to broker a controversial and tenuous peace -- one that is not without opponents, amongst them Lieutenant Elias Vaughan of Starfleet special ops. But there are wheels within wheels to the drama unfolding in the Betreka Nebula. Within the shadowy rooms of the Cardassian Obsidian Order, Klingon Imperial Intelligence, and even the Romulan Tal Shiar, secret scales are being balanced -- and for every gain made for the sake of peace, there will come a loss.

  • - Star Trek: IKS Gorkon
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    When orders from General Talak force him to go against his word, Captain Klag of the IKS Gorkon takes up arms against his fellow Klingons. But Klag is not alone. As a member of the elite Order of the Bat'leth, he calls upon the warriors of the Order to defend the Empire's honour in an epic clash of opposing codes of duty.

  • - Star Trek: IKS Gorkon
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £5.99

    The Order of the Bat'leth: founded after Kahless's ascension to Sto-Vo-Kor, the Order was tasked with rooting out dishonorable behavior and spreading the word of Kahless to the Klingon people. In the subsequent millennium, the Order has become more ceremonial, but now Chancellor Martok has called the Order back to its original function -- to preserve the cause of honor. Book Two Captain Klag of the I.K.S. Gorkon -- the newest inductee into the Order -- has given his word to the Children of San-Tarah that the Klingon Empire will leave them in peace. But Klag's old rival General Talak has ordered him to go back on his word and aid Talak in conquering the San-Tarah's world. Now Klag must stand against his fellow Klingons -- but will even his fellow members of the Order of the Bat'leth, not to mention his own crew, follow him into disobedience? Or will they betray him to Talak? The crew of the Gorkon faces its greatest trial in a glorious adventure that will be remembered in song and story throughout the Empire!

  • - Star Trek: The Original Series
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    In the wake of the events of STAR TREK: TITAN Book One: TAKING WING, relations between the Federation, The Klingon Empire and the Romulans remain fragile. Refugees are requesting asylum within the Federation, requiring delicate negotiations whose outcome could prove as deadly as any starship combat. As public opinion about the continued tenability of the Federation/Klingon alliance goes south, Federation councillors unhappy with the solution brokered by Captain Will Riker in Titan begin power plays of their own against the fledgling Bacco administration.

  • - THE DOMINION and FERENGINAR
    by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    THE DOMINION: Odo continues his efforts - begun on DS9 - to understand his shape-shifting people, The Founders, and why they felt driven to conquer the Federation. His quest leads him unexpectedly to questions about the gods and their creations and what those creations do when they believe that those gods have forsaken them. FERENGINAR: Political turmoil threatens to unseat Rom from the leadership of the Ferengi Alliance. A scandal involving criminal charges against Rom's former wife uncovers secrets which could not only bring him down but could undermine all the well-meaning changes his regime has introduced. Worse still, hardcore capitalist Quark has been enlisted by Rom's political adversaries to join forces with them against him, with promises of all the wealth and success Quark has ever dreamed of as long as he helps them to overthow his brother.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    After the scandalous Tezwa affair, the resignation of the President forces an election, with the future of the United Federation of Planets at stake. But the fate of the entire galaxy hangs in the balance when the Federation embassy on Qo'noS is seized by terrorists, whose actions expose an intrigue which reaches the highest echelons of the Klingon government. It will take all the skills which Ambassador Worf can muster to keep the fragile Federation-Klingon alliance from disintegrating. And while this potential intergalactic chaos threatens, Commander Riker finds his plans for command and marriage soured by a brutal, high-level inspection of the ship from which none of the crew may escape unscathed.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £4.99

    The Dominion War -- as seen in seasons 5,6 and 7 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine -- introduced a major story arc to the Star Trek universe and brought the Federation closer than it had ever been to total annihilation. Against a background of conflict and chaos, alliances were made and broken, ideals compromised for the sake of survival, fortunes shifted and lives irrevocably shattered as the series explored the impact of war on combatant and civilian alike. It took countless lives and numerous acts of heroism and sacrifice on the part of many people -- human and Klingon, Bajoran and Romulan; yes, and Cardassian too -- to save the day and neutralize the threat of the Dominion. Now top Star Trek authors present twelve new stories of those whose courage helped to win the war, among them Captain Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Captain Calhoun from Star Trek: New Frontier. Featured authors include Greg Cox, Peter David, Kevin Dilmore, Michael Jan Friedman, Dave Galanter, Robert Greenberger, Heather Jarman, Jeffrey Lang, David Mack, Andy Mangels, Michael A. Martin, Josepha Sherman, Susan Shwartz, Dayton Ward and Howard Weinstein.

  • by Keith R. A. DeCandido
    £3.65

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