Alternate history that finds the Manhattan Project team creating an atomic bomb in the spring of 1944, thus changing the brutal course of World War II somewhat for the better.
New science fiction from some new authors and some of your old favorites.
In Gnomon, a high-tech surveillance state of the future, Inspector Mielikki Neith tries to determine what the (many) minds of deceased dissident Diana Hunter were up to.
A ragtag trio ( including a failed writer, an excommunicated Mormon and a librarian) search high & low for Salgado MacKenzie , author of a lost masterpiece that they believe holds the key to the universe. The title of his book—The Infinite Future.
The year 2147 finds the planet Earth still ruled by corporations and religious cults, but Joel Byram ( after being mistakenly duplicated while teleporting) hopes to change all that.
Selena’s sister Julie disappeared when she was seventeen, now twenty years later she has returned, claiming to have spent the entire time on another planet.
Aliens that claim to be related to the human race land their spaceship in New York City, asking for assistance.
Aster has little to offer folks in the way of rebuttal when they call her ogre and freak. She’s used to the names; she only wishes there was more truth to them. Aster lives in the lowdeck slums of the HSS Matilda, a space vessel organized much like the antebellum South. For generations, Matilda has ferried the last of humanity to a mythical Promised Land. On its way, the ship’s leaders have imposed harsh moral restrictions and deep indignities on dark-skinned sharecroppers like Aster. Embroiled in a grudge with a brutal overseer, Aster learns there may be a way to improve her lot–if she’s willing to sow the seeds of civil war. You can also check out this title as eAudio on Hoopla, as eAudio on Overdrive/Libby, as eBook on Hoopla, and as eBook on Overdrive/Libby.