Free science fiction Kindle books for 19 Apr 17

The Nemesis Cell

by Brian L. Porter

Gripping medical thriller from Brian L. Porter, author of Purple Death.

A group of women gather at a fertility clinic where Dr. Margherita Dumas offers a revolutionary, experimental treatment for their infertility problems. A year later, each of the women give birth to healthy baby boys.

Thirty years later, a mysterious killer begins to wipe out the children born as a result of Dumas’ programme. Detective Inspector Harry Houston and his team are assigned to piece together the case and bring the killer to justice.

With time and clues in short supply, can Harry and his team find the link between events of the past and the deaths of the innocent progeny of Clinique Sobel?

Born From Fire (Tales from the Longview Book 1)

by Holly Lisle

When love is crime, who will save the guilty?

After falling in love and fathering a child, a young criminal refuses to voluntarily throw himself into a lake of fire to gain his community’s forgiveness. So he’s sentenced to death and sold to the owner of a spaceship that buys criminals like him. But the ship and its crew are not quite what they appear to be. 
AUTHOR’S NOTE: This story was first published as Enter the Death Circus. MEET THE LONGVIEW – An Ancient Spaceship Resurrected To Transport Conspiracy 

Inhabited by a crew of misfits fleeing nightmare pasts, with a cargo of Condemned slated to die at the hands of the highest bidders, and with a passenger roster made up exclusively of people NOT who they claim to be, The Longview serves the hidden agenda of an eccentric recluse bent on playing puppetmaster to all of Settled Space. 

Ragnarok (The Echo Case Files)

by C.S. Stinton

The six star systems of the Orion Confederacy are under attack from an enemy humanity never expected and cannot understand. And the crime rate’s through the roof.

While the Null War rages on border worlds, the average citizen is more likely to be murdered by their neighbour than killed by the enemy. This is true most of all on the planet Thor, in the grips of the violent terrorists denouncing the government who call themselves ‘Ragnarok’ – for now is the end of all worlds. Police are targeted, peaceful protests turn to gun battles, civilians are shot in the streets, and they’re using stolen military weapons to do it all.

Into this chaos are sent Commander Sara Ramirez and Lieutenant Maggie Tycho, Marshals with the mandate to hunt criminals across the Confederacy. Their only guide is John Harrigan, a disgraced Marine whose freedom depends on his helping them – and who seems to know more than he’s letting on. But Thor is a hot-bed of corruption and as humanity fights a war for its survival, Ramirez and Tycho find themselves fighting for a whole world – and, while society burns, the humanity in themselves.

Ragnarok is a science fiction thriller, and the first book of the Echo Case Files.

AICo: Ch. 1- AICo is Born

by Slava Maleyev-Zelener

Hello, world! I am releasing the FIRST chapter of my FIRST book for now and will be releasing the full version early 2018!

Now in regards to the book, this is a compilation of a significant amount of research I have done into computer science, astrophysics and writing techniques over the past three years or so. Jules Verne is my favorite writer because whenever I read his books I felt like I was getting a science lesson as well. This is because he hit the library hard to prepare for writing his books. I hope you will not only enjoy the book but will also gain some interesting knowledge that will spiral you down the rabbit hole of Artificial Intelligence and Astrophysics! Psychedelic, eh?

AICo, in short, is a story about an AI named AICo who is made by AICorp, a company which specialized in AI technology from its very beginning and later became a Google-like behemoth of a company. In the year 2066, AICorp unveiled AICo to the world and it immediately made powerful moves to make the world a “better place.” This is a story of the struggle between not only man versus technology but more deeply the philosophical arguments between the two.

I encourage positive and most importantly negative feedback! Don’t hold back. 😉

Slava Maleyev-Zelener

Ticket to Antarctica Part Two

by Frank Lean

Victory over Germany in 1940 rather than 1945 seems like an unalloyed good thing . . . but there are unexpected consequences.

The flood of new technology into Britain must be protected and in spite of themselves the British find themselves being drawn into the creation of a security apparatus to protect their technological lead.

Rival powers, Germany, United States and Russia dislike being sidelined and begin the take steps …

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