In a near-future Nigeria, beneath the emergence of a strange alien dome, a psychic working for the government sets out to find why others of his kind are dying.
Acts of terrorism erupt across Europe as it enters Union with the Community; it’s up to Rudi and his allies to unravel what’s behind this spreading chaos.
A return to Hutchison’s balkanized Europe, a near-future police procedural that follows two narratives that converge at an alternate universe.
Rudi, an Estonian chef working in Poland, must navigate a balkanized Europe fractured into hundreds of polities, in a novel that reads like the love-child of le Carré and Kafka.
Clumsy physics grad student stumbles onto a small group of conspirators smuggling atomic bomb parts into the US, mining major cities with radioactive death.
When foreign agents blackmail the lead manager of the secretive Project A, it’s up to the British Security Executive to protect the mysterious project at all costs.
When a political radical hijacks a cargo of nerve gas, planning to use it on San Diego to kill the President, it’s up to federal agent John Graves to stop him.
Pell’s World and Downbelow Station become the heart of turmoil in an interstellar war, the fulcrum where the fate of Earth and Union will be decided.
Ex-criminal turned government agent Earl Drake is the target of Middle Eastern terrorists, and sets off after them to New York to disrupt their nefarious scheme.
Data pirate is caught up in galaxy-spanning intrigue, with multiple factions seeking to control the primitive plant of his birth. The key is a woman with unforeseen powers.
This has been picked up by numerous other blogs by now, but the rights to the James Bond novels are changing hands, going from their venerable owner Penguin Books to the more-hip genre publisher Vintage. Two preview covers have been released for the new editions; they remind me more of old ’40s mystery novels—like the Dell Mapbacks—than James Bond novels, with their subtle, art-deco, low-impact covers.