* STEVEN SAVILE has edited a number of critically acclaimed anthologies and collections, including Elemental for Tor Books in the US, Redbrick Eden and, most recently, the Doctor Who anthology Destination Prague as well as Smoke Ghost & Other Apparitions and Black Gondolier and Other Stories, the collected horror stories of Fritz Leiber.
Steven is also the author of the Von Carstein Vampire trilogy, Inheritance, Dominion and Retribution, set in Games Workshop’s popular Warhammer world, collected together in the Vampire Wars omnibus, and has re-imagined the blood-thirsty celtic barbarian Slaine from 2000 AD in a new duology of novels for Black Flame. Steven has written for Torchwood, Stargate SG-1, Primeval, Star Wars and Jurassic Park as well as his own novels and short stories, including Houdini’s Last Illusion (Telos) and Angel Road (Elastic Press).
His novel SILVER is due from Variance Publishing in the US in January 2010 and across the world in lots of different languages soon after.
In his copious spare time, Steven… erm… writes… He was a runner up in the British Fantasy Awards, and a winner of a Writers of the Future Award in 2002, as well as the International Association of Media Writers Award for his Primeval novel.
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N. D. E. - Near Death Experience
THE LAZARUS INITIATIVE - From Steven Savile, International best-selling author of SILVER and the JACK STONE THRILLERS, and David Sakmyster, award-winning screenwriter & author of THE PHAROS OBJECTIVE and CRESCENT LAKE, a new, page-turning, supernatural thriller. After a Near Death Experience (an 'NDE') radically transforms the life of eccentric billionaire Nicholas Sheridan, he becomes obsessed.
With Steve Lockley - A Jack Stone Thriller
Will Platt, an old school friend, reaches out to Jack. Just one job. A simple one, a pick up from a bonded warehouse down south. Jack Stone knows what trouble smells like. It smells like Will Platt. Jack wants no part of the job. But sometimes it's hard to walk away from trouble. That's because trouble has a way of looking for men like Jack Stone.
Jack Stone just wants a quiet life. He's done his time. He's out of the Regiment. He doesn't want to fight any more. All he wants to do is go home, but going home means facing his demons and he's not ready to do that. Not yet. And given the choice he never would be.
No good deed goes unpunished for men like Jack Stone. His best friend lies bleeding slowly to death when a bad situation goes to worse. A favour's being cashed in. He can't say no. Not that he ever would. He owes Micky Brannon big time. Once upon a time they'd been the Three Musketeers, Micky, Chris Drury and Jack Stone. Then Chris had come back to Brize Norton in a box and Micky had lost his legs
Fifteen-year-old Ashley has a complicated life. There’s no doubt her overachieving parents love her, but they are wrapped up in their own worlds for so much of the time it leaves her feeling like she’s alone. With the arrival of of a supernatural hit-squad intent on killing her, and an unexpected inheritance, Ashley’s London is about to become a magical and mysterious warzone.
A man walks confidently through the night time streets. He is Nathaniel Seth, is one of the Brethren, a shadow society of occult dabblers and black magickers who hide away in the darkest parts of the city, in corners where they could not be seen by polite society. Little did Seth know that his own life was only hours from ending, his flesh to be taken as host for a daemonic entity.
STARGATE SG1-15 - The Power Behind the Throne
SG-1 are asked by the Tok'ra to rescue a creature known as Mujina. Mujina is devoid of face or form and draws its substance from the needs of those around it. The creature is an archetype - a hero for all, a villain for all, depending upon whose influence it falls under. And the Goa'uld Apophis, understanding the potential for havoc Mujina offers, has set his heart on possessing the creature.
The Forgetting Wood
The death of children's writer Hoke Berglund draws Jon Sieber into a world filled with Hoke's creations, including the vile Mr. Self Affliction who is the cruel master of this place. In a world where angels are beautiful women and the by-blows of nightmares people the mythical Forgetting Wood, Jon, heir apparent to all that Hoke created, falls for Beglund's daughter but cannot overlook her secret.
The Sufferer's Song
Kristy French is obsessed with trying to find whatever it is that links the disappearance of Jude Kenyon, a hiker, Frank Rogan, a local farmer, and the suicide of Monk Sanders, the 'enforcer' for a disgraced scientist. Once she starts digging she stumbles into a Frankensteinian nightmare in the wilds of Northumberland. But who is the monster?
The Last Angel
Gabriel Rush takes a photograph of a beautiful sad-faced hooker in a down town bar and is stunned by what he sees when the picture is developed. At first he thinks it is a flaw in the photograph, but then he recognizes it for what it is, the mark of the Trinity Killer. It is the same mark that scars the faces of mutilated corpses that are turning up all over New York City.
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