Arab League has ousted the people of Israel, sending them away in ships. Militaries mount and prepare for war. Year 2040, a space station appears in Earth‘s orbit.
The station is twice the size of ISS and constructed with modules that are similar to Skylab and MIR. Confronted with the mysterious station built in the 20th century, the Western Space Administration sends a Special Forces team to investigate. But there is someone else interested in the station, backing the enemies of the West.
It becomes a race between the western powers and the Chinese, Arab League and African Union. Colonel Flagstaad is given command of a ragtag team of Special Forces. They train quickly for an operation in space with various representatives from France, Great Britain, Russia, Israel, Denmark, America and Mexico. Even a dog!
The Colonel must grit his teeth while training along side a daughter-in-law who hates him, a doctor who irritates him, and a Special Forces team of silly fools.
An imposter walks among them. What are the answers to this mysterious station?
Is it the sign of the end of the world? Will this race to secure the Blue Star spark the beginning of WWIII? Contains: adult themes, language, sexual terms and violence.
TMB Inc. is a corporate power that protects the human race from Abuths and other dangers in the galaxy. With adults incapacitated by a disease, the company uses teenagers and even younger to serve as soldiers to fight for them.
After the loss of his son and then his wife, Tawrett finds himself returning to the planet where he declared his nuptials. He has been given an important mission to retrieve an object that could steer the war in favor of the human race. But after a battle with Abuths and unforeseen events, their starship is whisked across space and crashes on Sabimn.
The human population of Sabimn are terrorized by a race called Coerallins. The Coerallins use organic technology for weapons and machinery, as well as to enslave the humans. Their leaders attempt to coax Tawrett and his soldiers to help defeat their foe by destroying the Eye Ruby. Tawrett is reluctant, not willing to get involved with their dispute. But the mysteries of Sabimn keep growing as he discovers the secret to his brother’s death and much more.
Not sure if his colleagues survived and his ability to complete the mission, Tawrett must make a decision to help the human race or discard their hopes. Surrounded by friends and enemies, he is unsure who to trust, and Sabimn’s magical properties force the past memories to surface and haunt him.
Will he return to their old ways, or continue acting on the company’s desires.
Seventeen murders brought Agent Jessica Langlow back to Europa. Europa was her least favorite colony in the solar system.
The moon’s mining workforce had been infused with criminals and indebted poor. Its Upper and Underground City was a corrupt and greedy institution that allowed all kinds of vices like gambling, prostitution, drugs and alcohol. But Europa has something more unique than its supplies of water, mercury and silver; five hundred meters of ice cover a vast ocean of animals.
Jessica had investigated the Upper City before, removing a corrupt entity known as the Circle. But there are old members still about the city complex, which adds another twist to the crimes. They appear to be involved with the permission of Earth.
The Council oversees the operation but there is no love between them and the workers. The murders of the poor don’t bother the Council but the loss of the CATR controls over the cargo shipments draws concern. As she investigates the murders, she learns that Europa had changed.
The Droners and Ropers are even more isolated from each other. Security officers were individually tending to their duties without coordination with each other.
The indebted workers were prospering and yet output was increasing. And a casino had been built and thriving. But Agent Langlow quickly discovered that she wasn’t the first person sent to Europa.
Special operatives were sent to secure cargo labeled as “future weapons.”
Another sinister plot has shaken Europa’s mystery and too many secrets obstruct her ability to carry out her mission.
Gatling Gun Charley is a poor cowboy recently robbed by his latest employer. If that wasn’t bad enough, he is chased through the canyons of Mars by an angry farmer after he accidentally walked over his crops while fighting through a resolith dust storm.
An independent cowboy down on his luck, Charley is pursued by a poor Spurn girl, Clarissa, wanting to be trained so she can exact vengeance against those who killed her family. Even in desperate need of cash, he refuses to help, afraid to be associated with the poorer race, once enslaved a few years back and then emancipated. But his escape from Chantyville is not easy.
A mangy dog won’t stop pestering him. A domesticated lion stalks him. A beautiful horse is attracted to him. These creatures can‘t reduce his mounting losses. He runs from town and tries to find his way to Aurium City while needing funds and distancing himself from his enemies. But instead, a voodoo witch doctor, half human and half Spurn spells him.
Fighting away his destiny, he is forced onto a mountain near Clarissa. Charley relents to help Clarissa but only to train her to use firearms. He doesn’t want to have anything to do with her enemies, the Rotger Brothers. Begrudgingly, he teaches her to shoot a seven shot revolver on Blackhead Mountain.
But there is something else bothering him, a lingering feeling…
But his path leads him in circles until he is faced with an inevitable choice.
This book is intended for adults only: it contains violence, language, and adult situations.