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Excerpt: The Lady in Black


By Marie Robinson

Richard looked above him. Spun to get a view in every direction. He stopped when he faced Naomi and Duncan. They stared at him from behind the chair, each still holding a handle. Richard held his hand up. Pointed to the sky. “Can you see them?” Naomi nodded. He held his hands out at waist […]

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Excerpt: The Alabaster Fool


By Marie Robinson

The floor above them creaked. Richard tensed. Andrea’s hair fell over his forearm as she looked up into the dark like he had. At least she had the good sense not to cry out. Richard pulled out of her arms as the footsteps crunched and scraped along the floor. He pulled her along behind him […]

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Excerpt: The Gate


By Marie Robinson

It had been five years since Landon’s last hangover. He’d gone on a bender after his first — and consequently only — book was panned by every historian, archaeologist, and anthropologist on Earth. Too bad he didn’t publish it on another planet. It probably would have been a bestseller wherever the aliens came from. The last […]

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Excerpt: Conundrum


By Marie Robinson

“I’ve researched the Astrals extensively. There’s a growing theory that all of this — not us here, but the entire occupation — is about judgment. They’ve been here for months. So why haven’t they formally invaded? Why haven’t they taken us over, established their own puppet governments?” Tyler tapped his knee. “It’s because they want […]

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Excerpt: The Beast of Killeglen


By Marie Robinson

Asa knew he was dreaming because he had both arms, and even his dreaming self had started to grow accustomed to the fact that his left arm was gone. There was a great deal of pain in the limb, enough to almost jostle him awake, but his elbow bent and his fingers moved when so […]

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Excerpt: The Mountain King


By Marie Robinson

The first time Lance took a swing, the head of the sledgehammer sunk into the temporal boundary that surrounded the ship. It was like somebody grabbed it out of his hands. He fell forward and splashed against the cold sphere. Like he was trying to pick it up out of its crater. Lance growled in frustration. […]

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Excerpt: The Watchtower


By Marie Robinson

They slept like snakes. Entangled together. Shared warmth and breath. Sweat mixed with the thick layer of dust on the floor. Smeared beneath them as they rolled. Stretched and slid. They luxuriated in passion. Light filled the church, and his new collective of mind and body slowed. Finally spent, they slept. Each mind connected to their […]

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Excerpt: The Legion Under the Hill


By Marie Robinson

Richard held his side as he lowered into the wicker chair across from Chase, then he pointed at the radio. “Listening to citizen or police?” “A little of both, but mostly police.” “And what are they talking about?” “I’ll tell you what they’re not talking about. You.” “Is that right?” “What, are you disappointed?” He […]

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DOWNFALL Is Available Today!


By Marie Robinson

ALL WILL BE JUDGED. Eamon has been reunited with William but discovers that a new alien threat looms as the world gears up for war. Gleeson is trapped inside the walls of his own city and struggles to wrest power back from the people who usurped him. Rebecca looks to revenge herself on The Forsaken and […]

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Excerpt: Downfall


By Marie Robinson

–too late. William’s finger was one magnet, and Miguel’s forehead the other. They touched, then the cell exploded in Light. It was everywhere. Heaven before his eyes, singeing Eamon with its brightness. A beautiful pain he didn’t want to stop. Then it did, and the room was rinsed of its light like rain baked away by […]

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