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Cover for Steal the Demon, a science-fiction novella by Robert Roth

Steal the Demon

A Science-Fiction Novella

by Robert Roth

For a score this stellar, who wouldn’t break a few rules?

As an ace pilot (and occasional smuggler) at her father’s shipping company, Kimiko Yanaka’s life was good. Until the ruthless Corporate Confederation swooped in and sent her father off to the Callisto mines for smuggling, that is. Forced out of the pilot’s seat, Kimiko soon found herself blacklisted from every gig she could find and rapidly running out of creds. For one of the system’s top pilots, that’s a fate worse than getting spaced. But to get back behind the stick, she realizes that she’ll need her own ship. And the only way she’s gonna get one is to steal it. Never one for half-measures, she’s determined to steal not just any ship, but a top-of-the-line, fast-courier class Shaitan.

When she finds an unexpected ally in the notorious hacker Paradox, Kimiko turns from pilot to thief, intent on sneaking her way into the Al-Zamani Shipyard, in orbit around 511 Davida. The system’s top-rated shipbuilder was considered impossible to infiltrate, protected by a scrupulous AI and its army of Security Bots. But Kimiko’s got Paradox watching her six, and is willing to try just about anything.

Part cosmic heist, part sci-fi thriller, this gravity-defying tale will have you floating off the edge of your seat from the beginning to its explosive end!


★★★★★  “This was a compelling story. It was well written and well edited.”

★★★★★  “Wonderfully written with snappy dialogue.”

★★★★★  “I loved this story!”

★★★★★  “Exciting, diverse story set in a believable future!”

★★★★  “Kimiko is a hero for the ages…. don’t hesitate to pick up this gem and run with it.”

★★★★  “Roth’s crisp writing and entertaining queer-coded characters make this novella a delight to read.”

The cover of Downstation Blues, a science-fiction novella by Robert Roth

Downstation Blues

A Science-Fiction Novella

by Robert Roth

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

Earth Orbit Station–Prime, the largest of the orbital stations and home to hundreds of thousands of Confederation corporate citizens, is the system’s gateway to Earth and a jewel in the Confederation’s crown. With its pristine parklands, electrifying nightlife, galaxy-class shopping, and inspiring entertainment, life aboard EOS-1 is luxurious and carefree.

As long as you live Upstation.

For Nix, a young snatcher working the Downstation markets and corridors of EOS-1, life is hard. Since he’s Unregistered and forced to live off Upstation society’s dregs, a hard life is the only life he knows. But snatching is what he’s good at, and it’s the only way he knows how to get by. Then his orbit gets all spun out when he catches heat from the hard-driven agents of Earth Orbit Station Security. And he has to face some harsh realities about what he believes and who he cares about before he gets sent on the short walk and long drop on the Downwell Express.


Cover for Into the Lightning Gate, Book One of The Gates Saga by Robert Roth

Into the Lightning Gate

Book One of The Gates Saga

What happens when you find out everything you know is a lie?

When an ordinary day becomes a high-stakes, interdimensional game of cat and mouse, Cameron Maddock and his best friend Tony have to run for their lives. And after a pair of mysterious new companions miraculously come to their aid, Cam discovers that he’s at the center of a cosmic conspiracy that shakes the foundations of everything he knows.

Cover for The Ghost of Papa-Zulu, a science-fiction novella by Robert Roth

The Ghost of Papa-Zulu

A Science-Fiction Novella

What you can’t see can still hurt you.

Marko had heard the older miners’ ghost stories, but he didn’t really believe them anymore. Not like he had back when he was just a boy, at least, when his aunt and uncle would sometimes speak of the prizraki in the rocks. Until the day he saw a ghost for himself.

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