Earth barely survived the 21st Century. Nuclear terrorism, civil war, and famine killed billions. Thousands fled on warpdrive ships to planets around distant suns. After the United Nations gained control over Earth, it opened wormholes to the colonies, to prevent a repeat of chaos on a galactic scale. Enter operative Stone Chalmers. Spy. Assassin. Instrument maintaining the UN’s order on the galaxy. Opposing him are hostile forces on colony worlds… and within the UN itself.More info →
A thousand years from now, while Earth sleeps in virtual reality, three polities—the Confederated Worlds, the Unity, and the Progressive Republic—strive to connect the scattered, terraformed worlds of humankind by artificial wormholes. When they meet, they clash, in a decades-long struggle of ar…More info →
After the destruction of Washington, D.C. by nuclear terrorists , the country turned to the America United movement and elevated the movement’s leader, Gov. Everton, to the Presidency. A veneer of normalcy returned to the country, undercut by rumors of secret prison camps…More info →
The Confederated Worlds implanted in his brain the skills to make him a soldier. He had to learn for himself how to survive interstellar war.More info →
- Ashwin George, supported by the colony’s elite and Tián Quán, the Chinese company whose hyperdrive ships and intelligent robots dominated half the settled galaxy.
- Desmond Park, nanotechnology engineer, armed with a shrewd intellect, the loyalty of the colony’s smart and disaffected youth, and the most formidable weapon of all.
A single idea.More info →
To maintain order in the 22nd, the UN relocates undesirables through artificial wormholes onto colony planets. Everyone benefits… except the planets’ original colonists.
Now, the newly rediscovered colony of New Moravia learns the UN’s plan and fights back.More info →
Amer earned a very lucrative living by protecting large corporations from terrorist attacks… and investing wisely, through short sales and put options, on companies that failed to heed his offered protection.
But Amer’s success brought challenges.
Not from disgruntled clients.
Not from Federal regulators.
From entrepreneurs eager to disrupt his highly profitable industry.More info →