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Descent by Ken MacLeod

DESCENT Ken MacLeod

Author of 2013 Arthur C. Clarke Award-nominated Intrusion tells a science fiction story for the twenty-first century – what happens when conspiracy theorists meet Big Brother?
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THE LASCAR’S DAGGERGlenda Larke

The start of a brand new epic fantasy trilogy from the author of the Stormlord series – full of scheming, spying, action and adventure.
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Charles Stross Wins A Locus!

The Apocalypse CodexWe’re absolutely delighted to announce that Charles Stross has won the Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel, with his supernatural spy thriller THE APOCALYPSE CODEX (UK|ANZ).

The 2013 awards were announced at the annual Locus Awards Weekend in Seattle this Saturday. Our congratulations go to all the other winners, and you can see the full list at Locus Online.

The Laundry Files are the story of Bob Howard, an I.T. geek and reluctant secret agent working for the Laundry – the British government agency tasked with defending the realm from occult threats.

The Files begin with THE ATROCITY ARCHIVES (UK|ANZ) and continue with THE JENNIFER MORGUE (UK|ANZ), THE FULLER MEMORANDUM (UK|ANZ) and THE APOCALYPSE CODEX. Starting tomorrow, you can now buy the entire series in the new cover style shown below (click on the image for the full size covers).

The covers for supernatural spy series The Laundry Files by Charles Stross

The next instalment in the series, THE RHESUS CHART, will be published summer 2014.

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  1. Carl V. Anderson

    July 1, 2013
    at 7:21 am

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    Congratulations to Charles Stross and Orbit Books. I’ve read some of Stross’ other work before and enjoyed it, will have to check out this series. Fun looking new covers!!!

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