Silistra — (1977-1979) Returning Creation is also called High Couch of Silistra. Publisher: Her sensuality was at the core of her world. Her quest was in galaxies beyond the civilized stars. Somewhere deep in the heavens of a terribly distant tomorrow was the one man whose will conquered her own. The amazing and erotic adventures of the most beautiful courtesan in tomorrow’s universe.
Kerrion Empire — (1980-1982) Publisher: Shebat came to the empire of the Kerrions from nowhere , brought by a renegade son into that vast family regime and its endless territorial possessions. Now she stood to inherit the majesty and riches which lay before her , stretching enticingly deep into the infinities of space. Magical seductress of men, passionate in her lust for power, she moved among those who controlled the destinies of millions, for whom treachery and betrayal were as easy as murder.
Threshold — (1990-1994) With Chris Morris. PW: Threshold is a space habitat between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter with a population of a quarter million. Run by a latter-day United Nations, one of its duties is to keep humans off of Earth, now a preserve. Thousands of Muslim pilgrims from other systems are not pleased at being kept from Mecca. Their leader’s daughter decides to experience Threshold’s decadent (to her) society with the heir to a powerful exploration corporation, who is also smuggling illegal life forms into the habitat, thus threatening the stability of a conference on the rights of nonhuman races and ALIs — Artificial Living Individuals which the Muslims treat as they do their women: like property. Captain Joseph South, on a test flight through interstellar spongespace, is translated 500 years into our future to arrive at Threshold just as all this is occurring. He has strange memories of a fly-by of system X-3, which match up with visions from an artifact brought to Threshold by a prospector. The authors ( Outpassage ) tie up the other plots nicely, but leave aliens on X-3 to lead in to the next books in their trilogy.
The 40-Minute War — (1984) With Chris Morris. PW: After Washington DC is vaporized by a nuclear surface blast, Mar Beck, wonder boy of the American foreign service, prevails on Ashmead, covert action chief, to help him fly two batches of anticancer serum from Israel to the Houston White House. From the moment they establish their gritty relationship, life is filled with treachery and terror for Beck (who) must deal with one cliffhanger after another during the desperate days that follow. This novel shocks us with a sudden, satisfying ending.
Afterwar — (1985) Publisher: Is there time for a new beginning?
Medusa — (1986) With Chris Morris. Publisher: PUSHING THE ENVELOPE. In West Berlin. Amy Brecker, an American intelligence officer, takes a chance on a walk-in informant who says the Soviets are going to cripple America’s spacebased defense program. Fram a Soviet silo on the Sea of Japan, a single missle rises. A hotline communique from Moscoe insists that a mistake has been made; the Soviets are doing everything in their power to abort the “test” flight. Deep inside Cheyenne Mountain at the Aerospace Defense Command Center, all eyes watch its trajectory: a collision course with America’s manned space lab. If the U.S. choses to intercept and destroy the Russian missile, the attempt must not end in failure… the future of America’s entire space-based defense hangs in the balance. Only one U.S. anti-satellite weapon can foil the opening gambit of what might be a Soviet Furst Strike- and only my Brecker and her “hot stick” pilot have enough of the Roght Stuff to use MEDUSA.
Warlord! — (1987) Publisher: It’s a vital strategic defense plan… a code name for death from the skies…
Outpassage — (1988) With Chris Morris. Publisher: Sargeant “Det” Cox has just spent three years under psych observation on Earth; now that he’s out-system, he isn’t about to tell anyone he’s seeing aliens again. Paige Barnett has lost everything, even her name, because she knows too much about the rebellion spreading throughout the Earth-Space mining colonies. Together Cox and Barnett stumble upon the mystery at the revolution’s heart and learn why the rebels are willing to die for it. Is their discovery mankind’s worst threat or greatest gift? The authorities are willing to destroy whole planets to keep the revolution’s secret from reaching Earth … What’s to stop them from destroying two people?