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Ethan Quinn Prentiss, Executive Editor

Recent Produc­tions


Contamination by Patty Jansen
A crop of students flocked to study exo-biology when bacteria were discovered on Mars and are now all making their living flipping burgers, because the jobs are hard to get. Jonathan Bartell is lucky to get a job in space, no matter how mundane. Or so he thinks. . . .
Original by J. Kathleen Cheney
The Horn elders thought they could use Dalyans knowledge to resurrect an ancient Fortress. But when Dalyan cant access the memories of the man from whom hes copied, the elders begin to ask whether hes an unfortunate liability instead.
Ambassador: The Enemy Within by Patty Jansen
When diplomat Cory Wilson arrives at Nations of Earth court with a Pengali witness to an important case, their contacts have been moved to different cases, their rooms are bugged and their movements restricted. When a lawyer is murdered, things get really interesting.
The Straw Doll Cries at Midnight by K. Bird Lincoln
Sequel to Tiger Lily. Lily has followed her lordling, Ashikaga, to the Emperor's court, but she can’t escape her secret connection to outlawed Jindo gods. A cursed spirit haunts them at night, and their old enemy, the fox general Norinaga, may be the only one who can help.
Moon and Earth by Patty Jansen
Patty Jansens Moonfire Trilogy concludes with Lana learning that icefire isnt what everyone thought it was—and unless she can get someone to listen to her, the world is set on a course of self-destruction.

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