With loose bookplate signed by both authors (customer chooses location to attach it).
Once, Jackson Rook was a war hero. Raised from boyhood to pilot an exosuit mech, he'd fought gallantly for the rebellion against the Collectivists. But that was a long time ago, on a world very far away.
Now, Jackson Rook is a criminal, a smuggler on board the Multipurpose Supply Vehicle Tar Heel. His latest mission: steal a top-of-the-line mech called the Citadel and deliver it to the far-flung planet Swindle, a world so hostile even the air will kill you. The client: a man known only as the Warlord. Rook has been in the smuggling business long enough to know that it's best to take the money and not ask questions. But Rook cannot stand by and watch as the Warlord runs roughshod over the citizens of Swindle, the way the Collectivists did on his homeworld. For all his mercenary ways, Rook is not a pirate. And deep within the smuggler, the heart of a warrior still beats.
ISBN: 1982125165 / 9781982125165
Monster Hunter Bloodlines
IN A BUSINESS LIKE MONSTER HUNTING, IT'S ALL ABOUT SETTING PRIORITIES
The chaos god Asag has been quiet since the destruction of the City of
Monsters, but Monster Hunter International know that he is still out
there, somewhere, plotting, waiting for his chance to unravel reality.
When Owen and the MHI team discover that one of Isaac Newton's Ward
Stones is being auctioned off by Reptoids who live deep beneath
Atlanta, they decide to steal the magical superweapon and use it to
destroy Asag once and for all. But before the stone can be handed off,
it is stolen by a mysterious thief with ties to MHI and the Vatican's
ISBN: 1982125497 / 9781982125493
Servants of War
With loose bookplate signed by both authors.
The war between Almacia and the Empire of Kolakolvia is in its
hundredth year. Casualties heap even higher on both sides as the
conflict leaves no corner of the world untouched. Illarion Glaskov's
quiet life on the fringes of the empire is thrown into chaos when
tragedy strikes his village. When he is conscripted into the Tsarist
military, he is sent to serve in The Wall—an elite regiment that
pilots suits of armor made from the husks of dead golems. But the
great war is not the only—or even the worst—danger facing Illarion,
as he is caught in a millennia-old conflict between two goddesses. In
order to triumph, he must survive the ravages of trench warfare,
horrific monsters from another world, and the treacherous internal
politics of the country he serves.