A series of Science fiction novellas set in the distant future. A young man is reanimated aboard the S.S. Necron. Taken from his life on Earth to be a Marine aboard a ship of the dead privateering in the depths of space.
Rick and his crew live where the law is what you make it and the taxman doth fear to tread. While a war rages he profiteers on the misery of others, a parasite of dignity. Despite his plan to sit it out from the sidelines he's drawn in. As time passes the choice between his conscience and cold hard cash is not so simple.
Out in the Badlands of space there are fortunes to be made, wrongs to be righted and fights to be won. Victor finds himself on the planet Lomond wedged between communist slavers, starving children and a powder keg waiting to be lit.
A Japanese industrialist employs his great wealth and influence to hire the Necron and track down his missing daughter.
On discovering her location Victor goes up against a religious cult, its leader purporting to be the messiah reborn.
It’s the 27th century and Victor Zellmann awakes to find himself drafted into an army of the dead travelling beyond Einstein’s barrier … his past lost and future uncertain he clings onto the present and the young lady who befriends him on reanimation.
Frank took a long slow drag on a cigarette, ‘I’ve only got two pieces of advice for people who wanna read this case file, if you’re easily offended or of a nervous disposition, keep your money, spend it on … damn what does two bucks buy you today, a box of matches? But if you decide to read it whatever you do don’t read it sitting on the pan.’
John Clayton former tunnel warrior and Duncan McCann find themselves under siege, trapped on a floating den of evil they are faced with no choice but to fight. In a place where life is determined by its price death can be a profitable venture and McCann has decided to cash in.
Queen in Exile follows in particular the fortunes of Duncan McCann who out of the turmoil of the 21st century leads a team of astronauts to Mars. Upon reaching the Red Planet he discovers that Mankind has a date with destiny. Within a short time humanity is forced to participate in a game of galactic poker, the stakes and prize being survival of the species.