Some days it doesn’t pay to get out of your command chair.
The final chapter in the Star Frontiers trilogy
The Death Fleet is on course for Earth, and Pier Norlin and the crew of the Preceptor are determined to stop them. True to his duty as an imperial officer, even if a self-appointed one, Norlin is determined to carry the warning of impending invasion to Emperor Arian.
The reality, though, is that the empire is corrupt and the emperor is a perverted, sadistic madman. Hailed as a conquering hero after he survives one of Arian’s “war games,” Norlin discovers he’s a target for both those determined to stay in power and the factions seeking to overthrow the government.
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A quilting conference brings Harriet Truman face-to-face with a past she had been happy to forget. Then she learns the quilter staying at Aiden Jalbert’s house is an old flame whose real agenda might not involve needle and thread.
Then the old flame is found dead in Aiden’s temporary living quarters, and all the evidence points to him. Unless Harriet and the Threads can track down the real killer, Harriet’s blooming romance may wither on the stem.
Autumn leaves aren’t the only thing stirring in Pumpkin this Halloween
Avalon Lynch worked hard to escape the tarnish of her witching heritage. Everything she’s ever wanted is within her grasp, until a visit home and a mishap with a skeleton binds her to an offspring of The Dugan—Pumpkin’s equivalent of the Bogeyman.
Nicholas Dugan loves autumn—the changing leaves, the ripening harvest and the tricks played on their neighboring town. He’s content to watch the Halloween fun until a sinister prank reveals his family’s dark past and their cursed future.
Bound by their devotion to their families, Lonnie and Nick search for a mysterious prankster before his malicious tricks destroys both their futures.
If people would only stop trying to kill him, Halvar the Dane might finally manage to do what he was sent to the island of Manatas to do—get the fugitive Leon di Vicenza on a boat back to Al-Andalus.
And he didn’t intend to kill two people before breakfast in the process.
However, once again murder and intrigue immerse the calif’s Hireling in more trouble than he ever wanted; and before he learns who murdered the pawnbroker, the mystery will take enough twists and turns to make a good man dizzy.