Camelot — (2004-2007) Publisher: A stunning tale of romance and magic set against the legendary back drop of King Arthur’s court. Before Risa’s birth her father promised her to a sorcerer in order to save the life of her mother, his beloved wife. Now the time has come for the sorcerer, Euberacon, to claim what is his by right. When Risa discovers this she runs away from home to join a convent; but Euberacon is waiting for her on the road. Fortunately for Risa Sir Gawain chances to be riding by, and like any true knight would he rescues this maiden in distress, assuring her she will be safe at the court of King Arthur, under the care of the Lady Guinevere. But Risa’s troubles will not end here. Euberacon is furious at being foiled, and plots to sow unrest amongst the Saxons as well as binding the Green Knight to his service. Risa will soon find herself embroiled in his machinations — with the fate of the Kingdom of Britain resting on her shoulders.

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Vampire Chef Mysteries — (2011-2012) Publisher: Charlotte Caine isn’t called “the Vampire Chef” because she’s a member of New York’s undead community– she just cooks for them. Her restaurant, Nightlife, is poised to take the top slot in the world of “haute noir” cuisine. But when a drunk customer causes a scene, a glowing review from the city’s top food critic doesn’t seem likely– especially when that customer winds up dead on Nightlife’s doorstep. Now, with her brother under suspicion for the murder, Charlotte has to re-open her restaurant and clear her brother’s name-before they both become dinner.

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American Fairy Trilogy — (2012-2014) Young adult. Publisher: This new trilogy will capture the hearts of readers who adore Libba Bray’s The Diviners. Callie LeRoux lives in Slow Run, Kansas, helping her mother run their small hotel and trying not to think about the father she’s never met. Lately all of her energy is spent battling the constant storms plaguing the Dust Bowl and their effects on her health. Callie is left alone, when her mother goes missing in a dust storm. Her only hope comes from a mysterious man offering a few clues about her destiny and the path she must take to find her parents in “the golden hills of the west” (California). Along the way she meets Jack a young hobo boy who is happy to keep her company—there are dangerous, desperate people at every turn. And there’s also an otherworldly threat to Callie. Warring fae factions, attached to the creative communities of American society, are very aware of the role this half-mortal, half-fae teenage girl plays in their fate.

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fantasy and science fiction book reviewsReclamation — (1996) Publisher: Set in the far future, RECLAMATION centers on The Realm of the Nameless Powers, a world so ravaged by age that only a portion of underground canyons is habitable. The Realm has degenerated into a harsh caste system and Middle Ages technology. Their religion strictly enforces the castes who can marry, and which children are allowed to live. Eric Born is a lapsed priest and a son of one of the noble families. Like all members of the priesthood, he is a very precise telekinetic, but he also has the rare gift of healing. Stifled by the backward ways of The Realm, he escapes to make a new life among the stars. Since then, he has established himself as a freelance computer engineer. He is employed by the Rhudolant Vitae, space traders who travel between star systems trading their technological and management skills for raw materials and political influence. The Vitae’s deepest desire is to find their native world, from which they were forced to flee many centuries ago. When Eric Born discovers that The Realm is that very world, his loyalties are split.

fantasy and science fiction book reviewsFool’s War — (1997) Publisher: Four centuries after humanity has colonized the galaxy, information freight companies are used as an alternative to electronic communication. On one of her frequent trips into deep space, Katmer Al-Shei, owner of one of the smaller information companies, is accused of smuggling artificial intelligence. When Al-Shei tries to clear her name, she uncovers conspiracy after conspiracy, all set against the backdrop of a looming war.

fantasy and science fiction book reviewsPlaying God — (1998) Publisher: The Dedelphi, fierce inhabitants of a violent world at war for centuries, have unleashed a biological weapon that has poisoned their planet. Lynn Nussbaumer & her company were hired to clean the infection out of the ecosystem but some groups within the Dedelphi society want to use the humans & their advanced technology to exterminate their enemies.

fantasy and science fiction book reviewsThe Quiet Invasion — (2000) Publisher: Venus, second planet from the Sun, is a lonely sphere of lethal heat, deadly pressure, and poisonous winds. Yet mankind still explores it for signs of life. When an abandoned alien outpost is discovered on Venusian soil, Dr. Veronica Hatch is sent to investigate. What she discovers is extraordinary — an alien race has escaped its dying and distant world to colonize Venus, the only planet that can support it. But back on Earth, this news is received with dread. Fearing the aliens will invade and conquer the entire solar system, Earth prepares for war. It is now up to Veronica to urgently convince the aliens that mankind is truly worth saving — before Earth becomes ground zero of an interstellar war.

fantasy and science fiction book reviewsKingdom of Cages — (2001) Publisher: As humanity faces extinction, Chena and Teal Trust are chosen to immigrate as part of the “Eden Project” devised by the brilliant ecologists of Pandora, a planet closely matching Earth. Once they arrive, the Trusts quickly learn the scientists don’t want new blood — only raw DNA. When Chena’s mother is killed, Chena and Teal vow to fight the system that killed her.

Palace of Spies — (2013- ) A warning to all young ladies of delicate breeding who wish to embark upon lives of adventure: Don’t. Sixteen-year-old Peggy is a well-bred orphan who is coerced into posing as a lady in waiting at the palace of King George I. Life is grand, until Peggy starts to suspect that the girl she’s impersonating might have been murdered. Unless Peggy can discover the truth, she might be doomed to the same terrible fate. But in a court of shadows and intrigue, anyone could be a spy—perhaps even the handsome young artist with whom Peggy is falling in love . . . History and mystery spark in this effervescent series debut.