Earth barely survived the 21st Century.
Now, in the 22nd, after unifying Earth, the UN controls all human colonies scattered through the galaxy by means of wormholes, warpdrive ships, and ruthless operatives. Operatives working to strengthen the UN.
Or destroy it.More info →
In its off-line data vault in Vienna, the biotech company Katalysis hid a gene therapy technology that could cure diseases and remake people into strange new forms. Could two young American hackers, and a jaded European agent, work together to penetrate the company's vault and release that new tech...More info →
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 →
Now, in the 22nd, after unifying Earth, the UN has rediscovered the colony of Minerva. Prosperous and technologically advanced, Minerva quickly submits to UN supremacy.
Surprisingly quickly...More info →
In these pages, you can join–
- A mission to terraform a lifeless, rocky planet
- A private detective uncovering the ultimate crime
- A woman called by an ex-boyfriend… who’s been dead twenty years
- A President breaking his country’s highest law
- A star athlete discovering the true price of a championship
–and enjoy five more tales, in the latest installment of the Complete Science Fiction Stories of Raymund Eich.More info →
One bitterly cold Iowa night, an assailant slits the throats of twenty genetically modified pigs. Pressured by a giant biotechnology company and the county's power brokers, Deputy Matt Schaffer must untangle a web of clues to find the assailant--and bring justice to a desperate small town.More info →
Solitary spacejock Landry Krieger smuggled people into and out of star systems past the watchful eyes of governments, in hiding places he built in his ship, Midnight Angel.
When the priests of Tao Pacem sought his services, he resisted. After earlier experiences with religious leaders, he would need far more than three hundred thousand galaxycoins to say yes.
He got it when an arrogant agent of the oppressors tried to scare him off the job....More info →