DARK ALCHEMY is on sale today!

  • Posted by admin on Mar 24 2015

Stephen King’s The Gunslinger meets Breaking Bad in Laura Bickle’s contemporary fantasy novel Dark Alchemy.

Some secrets are better left buried …

Geologist Petra Dee arrives in Wyoming seeking clues to her father’s disappearance years ago. What she finds instead is Temperance, a dying western town with a gold rush past and a meth-infested present. But under the dust and quiet, an old power is shifting. When bodies start turning up—desiccated and twisted skeletons that Petra can’t scientifically explain—her investigations land her in the middle of a covert war between the town’s most powerful interests. Petra’s father wasn’t the only one searching for the alchemical secrets of Temperance, and those still looking are now ready to kill. Armed with nothing but shaky alliances, a pair of antique guns, and a relic she doesn’t understand, the only thing Petra knows for sure is that she and her coyote sidekick are going to have to move fast—or die next.

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Cover Reveal: DEVIL IN THE WIRES

  • Posted by admin on Mar 19 2015

For those of you waiting for Tim Lees’ second Field Ops novel, the wait is almost over!  If you haven’t had a chance to pick up his first book, THE GOD HUNTER, now is the time (it’s just $0.99 with a teaser to DEVIL IN THE WIRES).  And if you’re short on time, don’t worry – both books can stand on their own two feet.

Now, without further ado, here is the cover for DEVIL IN THE WIRES!

 

“It’s a perfect circle, Chris. The god receives his audience, the grid receives the power—and we light up Chicago.”

After the perilous retrieval of a long-dormant god from Iraq, Chris Copeland—professional god hunter and company troubleshooter—is about ready to quit his job. But his employers at the Registry have other plans… plans to build a power facility on the shores of Lake Michigan. Adam Shailer, a rising star at the Registry, thinks he can cage the god, drain its energy and power the city.

It’s Chris’s job to make sure nothing goes wrong. And at first, everything seems fine. Great, even. But when ecstatic devotees start leaving human sacrifices on the beach near the god-house, it quickly becomes clear that the god is not as contained as the Registry would have everyone believe… The devil’s in the wires, and there’s no turning back now.

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THE FORGOTTEN is on sale today!

  • Posted by admin on Mar 17 2015

Across the United States, children are vanishing. Only this time, faeries may not be to blame…

Dante, Regent of the fae’s Rogue Court, has been receiving disturbing reports. Human children are manifesting magical powers in record numbers. Shunned and forgotten, they live on the streets in rag tag groups with the already booming population of homeless changelings. But the streets aren’t a haven; someone, or something, is hunting these children down.

Wraith, a teenage spell slinger, has no home, no family, and no real memories of her past. She and her friends SK, Fritz, and Shadow are constantly on the run, fleeing from a dark and unknown enemy. But when her friends are taken by “the snatchers,” Wraith is their only hope. Her journey to find her friends will test the limits of her magic, and her trust. A dark force is on the rise, and it could spell the end of our world as we know it.

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The Hugo Awards

  • Posted by admin on Mar 09 2015

Hugo Nominations close on March 10th, and although it’s a little late, we wanted to make sure you were aware of all the books, stories, and authors published by Harper Voyager US that are eligible for both Hugo Awards and the John W. Campbell Award.

 We’re proud of all the books and authors associated with Harper Voyager US, and hope you agree when filling out your ballots!


 (Note: These are listed by on-sale date)

 

Best Novel:

James Smythe – The Echo 

Kim Harrison – The Undead Pool

Sabrina Benulis – Covenant

Kylie Chan – Dark Serpent

C. Robert Cargill – Queen of the Dark Things

Ian Douglas – Dark Matter

Vicki Petterson – The Given

Bishop O’Connel – The Stolen

Henry V. O’Neill – Glory Main

Tim Lees – The God Hunter

Nick Cole – Soda Pop Soldier

Richard Kadrey – The Getaway God

Jack Heckel – Once Upon A Rhyme

Kim Harrison – The Witch with No Name

Beth Cato – The Clockwork Dagger

Erik Williams – Demon

Sheri S. Tepper – Fish Tails

Caitlin Kittredge – Black Dog

Richard Kadrey – Metrophage

Lexie Dunne – Superheroes Anonymous

Jack Heckel – Happily Never After

Joseph Nassise – On Her Majesty’s Behalf

Sarah Remy – Stonehill Downs

Warren Hammond – Tides of Maritinia

 

Best Short Story:

Kim Harrison – Sudden Backtrack

 

Best Anthology:

Christopher Golden – Dark Duets

 

John W. Campbell Award:

C. Robert Cargill

Beth Cato 

Lexie Dunne

Katherine Harbour

Jack Heckel

Emmi Itäranta

Bishop O’Connell

Sarah Remy

 

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