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Drakon

What made the dragons defect from Russia to Turkey? And will the answer to this mystery redeem the Tarasov family from past sins and protect them from present dangers?

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Fifty Feet of Trouble

It ain't easy being the only human PI in Los Angeles. But when 50 feet of trouble comes knocking at your door, it's even harder to turn the case down...

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To Shape the Dark

This stunning anthology is now a finalist for the 2016 IPNE awards!

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To Shape the Dark: Liner Notes, Part 2

To Shape the Dark, the younger sibling of The Other Half of the Sky, focusing on women scientists doing science not-as-usual, has become as widely acclaimed as its illustrious predecessor: among other recognitions, it won a starred review in Publishers Weekly, two of its stories have been selected by Gardner Dozois for his Year’s Best […]

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Those lucky souls, human or otherwise, who’ve read Fifty Feet of Trouble have encountered Merry Celestial and its intrepid crew. To give more background on this much-storied vessel, Justin Robinson has written a special companion story to City of Devils and Fifty Feet of Trouble. Fans of Captain El Acerico and Ensign Pulverized, rejoice and […]

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Liner Notes: Fifty Feet of Trouble

Justin Robinson shares his thoughts about creating Fifty Feet of Trouble: That I would return to the City of Devils universe was a given. Honestly, if I had my druthers I’d never leave it. I’d just keep expanding it and expanding it, moving past the Walter Mosley-meets-Roger Corman detective stories of Nick Moss and into […]