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T.I.N. Men
By Russ Crossley
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 9,450. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2011 by 53rd Street Publishing. Category: Fiction
Area 52. They build and develop a new space program. They operate the T.I.N. Men, massive robots to build the bases on Earth's moon and beyond to make those great leaps for all humankind. Software engineer, Will Arnett is recruited to join the T.I.N. Men project. He soon discovers there are those who oppose them. Join Will for the greatest adventure in history.
Tales of The Unexpected
By Russ Crossley
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 30,030. Language: English. Published: March 8, 2012 by 53rd Street Publishing. Category: Fiction
Five stories of fantasy and science fiction each an unexpected twist on reality. In this collection you will find tales of dragons, AI robots engaged in a secret war, a shipwrecked vampire, a man who fixes a UFO, and a writer of coffee table books who enters a fantasy world in search of the perfect cup. Tales to entertain, amuse, and make your pulse race.
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By Russ Crossley
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 52,270. Language: English. Published: March 9, 2012 by 53rd Street Publishing. Category: Fiction
in this collection you will find stories with impossible odds, satire where the fast food companies run the future, AI robots locked in a civil war, and space travelers with very human problems. In the fantasy section are stories of alternate realities, a vampire castaway, dragons, cheerleaders, and a man asked to fix a UFO. It's diverse enough for most readers of fantastic fiction.
Area 52: Space Nazis
By Edward M. Grant
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 12,170. Language: British English. Published: August 16, 2012 by Banchixi Media. Category: Fiction
In 1952, when Ron Durston is called up into the army for National Service, all he wants is to be posted somewhere sunny like Tahiti or Weymouth where he can fraternise with the native girls and bring home a medal or two to impress his mates. Instead he finds himself standing guard at an army camp in Ass-End, Yorkshire, which is of far more interest to Nazis in flying saucers than it is to him.