LC Anderton is running out of places to hide. He’s the best operative the Thieves’ Guild has ever had… or at least he was until he screwed up his last job, the one he was blackmailed into taking. And that’s just the start of his problems.
Blatant Disregard is the second book in a series of sci-fi/thriller adventures set within the knife-edge universe of the Thieves’ Guild.
Someone is out to destroy the Thieves’ Guild. NG is good. Very good. But now someone wants him dead and that’s only half the trouble he’s in. As the cracks grow, the guild finds itself caught between the warring factions of Earth and Winter, with no idea who is pulling the strings. And on the darkest of days, NG finds himself in a fight even he couldn’t have anticipated.
Zach Hilyer is in trouble. Hil is good, one of the best field operatives in the Thieves' Guild. The problem is, he can’t remember when it all went wrong.
Blackmail, murder, betrayal and the highest bounty in history set the Thieves’ Guild at the centre of a conflict that threatens to spark a galaxy-wide war.
Screw, God and the Universe is a darkly funny tale of death, sex, violence, booze and religion that could well be the wayward child of Brett Easton Ellis and Terry Pratchett and is sure to get the pulse racing (or at least vaguely bamboozled).
Meet Brinsley Kitten. He's a drunk. He's a coward. And he eats too much Battenberg cake.
He's also a blabbermouth and usually said blabberings are harmless… but not this time. Oh no. This time danger beckons.
Someone has been listening, you see. Someone who needs a capable man for a perilous mission. Someone who thinks Brinsley Kitten is just that man.
The Tiny Globule Volume 1 is the first in a series of startlingly original sci-fi short story anthologies. From grunts in alien trenches to lonely robots to alternate realities to enormous icky insects, The Tiny Globule has the lot. Fast paced action, darned good plots and great characters come together in thirteen stories by thirteen authors.
Edited by CG Hatton and Graeme Wilkinson.