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As war and pollution ravage the last survivors on Earth, an alien robot descends to help save the planet in “The Chatter of Monkeys” by Bond Elam.
The crew of an exploratory starship finds an icy moon that might harbor life in “Canoe” by Nancy Kress.
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A Russian astronaut, gathering debris in near-Earth space, must make tough moral choices when asked to carry out a special mission in “Vanguard 2.
And finally, after a terrorist attack, a technically dead fish farmer gets a new body and second chance at life as an experimental super soldier, in “ZeroS” by Peter Watts.
In “Shadows of Eternity” by Gregory Benford, a student investigates enigmatic SETI recordings from probes sent to nearby stars despite her teachers’ admonishments to stick to the curriculum.
In “Acadie” by Dave Hutchinson, the first humans still, even after 500 years, hunt across the stars for their augmented children who have left Earth in search of paradise.
In “The Use of Things” by Ramez Naam, an astronaut struggles to survive after being jolted free from an asteroid while on a solitary prospecting mission.
In “Holdfast” by Alastair Reynolds, a genmod human soldier faces off with an alien warrior in the inhospitable terrain of a superjovian planet.
An unabridged audio collection spotlighting the “best of the best” hard science-fiction stories published in 2017 by current and emerging masters of the genre, edited by Allan Kaster, as narrated by Tom Dheere and Nancy Linari.
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An unabridged audio collection spotlighting the “best of the best” hard science fiction stories published in 2016 by current and emerging masters of the genre, edited by Allan Kaster.
A code monkey tracks down the vain creator of a pernicious software virus that people jack cerebrally in “RedKing,” by Craig DeLancey.
A young girl’s thirst for vengeance becomes a struggle for survival when she is swallowed by a gigantic sea creature on an alien planet in “Of the Beast in the Belly,” by C.
A woman armed with a rifle stalks a herd of cloned wooly mammoths in British Columbia in “Chasing Ivory,” by Ted Kosmatka.
A daughter pays homage to her mother with mega-engineering projects to deal with climate change over eons in “Seven Birthdays,” by Ken Liu.
MacLeod, a cosmologist in the near future is obsessed with proving his theory of multiverses.
And finally, in “Sixteen Questions for Kamala Chatterjee,” by Alastair Reynolds, a graduate student defends her dissertation on a solar anomaly that threatens humanity.
In “Vortex,” by Gregory Benford, astronauts find a once thriving microbial lifeform that carpets the caves of Mars dying off.
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In “The Seventh Gamer,” by Gwyneth Jones, a writer immerses herself into a MMORPG community to search for characters being played by real aliens from other worlds.
In “Fieldwork,” by Shariann Lewitt, a volcanologist struggles with her research on Europa where both her mother and grandmother suffered dire consequences.
The citizens of a small town on a “Jackaroo” planet object to a corporation placing a radio telescope near local alien artifacts in “Something Happened Here, But We’re Not Quite Sure What It Was,” by Paul McAuley.
Money, cars, a pair of fancy cowboy boots – who could ask for more? But things aren’t always what they seem.
Told in a unique voice, with a cast of extraordinary characters, ‘Top Hard’ is an irreverent crime caper set in a memorable time and place.
Stephen Booth is the multiple award-winning author of seventeen novels in the Ben Cooper and Diane Fry series.
He’s looking forward to a life full of everything he could possibly want.
Derelict coal mines surrounded by historic mansions in country parks known as the Dukeries.
But survival in these coalfield villages depends on the Top Hard Rule – you can’t trust anyone these days!Now everything is about to go wrong for Stones.
And, most surprising of all, it isn’t one of the women in his life.
In 1998, it was a finalist for the Crime Writers’ Association’s New Writing (Debut Dagger) Award.
* A standalone crime novel from the author of the Cooper and Fry series *As he watches criminals target a French lorry in an A1 layby, Stones McClure thinks his plans might actually come together for once.
But where is a modern-day Robin Hood to spread a bit of the wealth around? Stones McClure is a man trying to put his old life behind him for good, and he’s gathered a band of characters around him to to help him to just that.
“Booth is a modern master of rural noir” – The Guardian”One of the elite British mystery writers” – Washington Times”There are few, if any, contemporary writers who do this as well as Stephen Booth” – Arena Magazine”Booth delivers some of the best crime fiction in the UK” – Manchester Evening News.