Bookstore: Kobo

Bookstore: Kobo

The Jackelian series

Seline Templar hasn’t experienced an easy life. First, her father died for reasons that have been shockingly concealed from her. 

Then Seline’s mother, Molly, went missing in suspicious circumstances. So she’s been raised as a ward of King Steam in the Steamman Free State, far away from the potential perils of her home in the Jackelian Kingdom.

Raised in relative solitude among the machine race . . . until an old friend of the family, the steamman scientist Coppertracks, turns up in the capital with news of the most amazing discovery. It will set Seline and her companions off on a dangerous adventure to the mysterious and distant Mightadore.

There’s only one problem with Seline’s destination.

Many are those brave souls who have set out to reach the legendary city. But, nobody has ever come back alive from the trip to describe what they found!

Mission to Mightadore (e-book or print edition) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-1-8380539-3-2 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

The Sliding Void series

Captain Lana Fiveworlds has a hell of a lot of problems.

She’s sliding void in an ageing seven-hundred-year-old space ship, scrabbling around the edges of civilised space trying to find a cargo lucrative enough to pay her bills without proving so risky that it’ll kill her.

She’s got an alien religious freak for a navigator, an untrustworthy android for a first mate, a disgraced lizard for a trade negotiator and a deserter from the fleet acting as her chief engineer.

And that was well before an ex-crewman turns up wanting Lana to rescue a barbarian prince from a long-failed colony world. Unfortunately for Lana, the problems she doesn’t know about are even more dangerous. In fact, they just might be enough to destroy Lana’s rickety but much-loved vessel, the Gravity Rose, and jettison her and her crew into the void without a spacesuit. But there’s one thing you can never tell an independent space trader.

That’s the odds…

Sliding Void (book 1: novella – ebook only) (Green Nebula) –

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Transference Station (book 2: novella – ebook only) (Green Nebula) –

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Red Sun Bleeding (book 3: novella – ebook only) (Green Nebula) –

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Void all the Way Down (Season One Omnibus: #1 & #2 & #3: e-book or print edition) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-1-8380539-0-1 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

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Anomalous Thrust (book 4: e-book or print edition) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-1-8380539-1-8 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

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Hell Fleet (book 5: e-book or print edition) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-1-8380539-2-5 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

The Agatha Witchley series

Agatha Witchley used to be a spy in the Cold War, but now she’s locked up in the UK’s premier maximum-security mental institution. She believes that the ghosts of the celebrity dead visit her padded cell and whisper the world’s secrets in her ears. Which is a big problem for the British government, because she’s the only one who can help them when an American billionaire is murdered in London in one of the strangest killings yet.

The Home Secretary needs the case locked down and solved before the entrepreneur’s death becomes public knowledge and economic chaos ensures. The woman he has in mind for the job might be paranoid, she might be lethal, she might half-insane and drawing a pension, but it’s amazing how you can forgive that in a genius when it’s a genius’s help you need.

Yes, the security forces need Agatha Witchley again. It’s just the ghosts of Churchill, Elvis and Groucho Marx they could do without.

Secrets of the Moon (Season One Omnibus: #1 & 2 & #3: available as e-book or print) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-1-8380539-6-3 (bookstores: trade order via Ingram)

The Songs of Old Sol series

It is the far future. The artificial intelligences created by humanity are now gods, and mankind mere ants who scrabble in their shadows across a million worlds.

The Lords of the Great Houses on the ever-night Moon of Hexator are suspected of the murder of one of their own. And merchant William Roxley, once a magistrate-priest, is unwillingly coopted to uncover the truth behind the killings.

With only the help of his naive young assistant and a brutish robot bodyguard, the man they call ‘Sweet William’ digs into the Moon’s eerie existence. A collapsing society where many strange, terrible things are happening under night’s unsettling cover.

Hexator is a place where nothing is what it seems, perhaps not even William Roxley himself!

Empty Between the Stars (novel) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-1-8380539-7-0 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

Six Against the Stars

As the self-proclaimed biggest coward in the galaxy, Horatio has it easy on what passes for 40th century America.

A much-favoured sycophant in the court of the King of Earth, Horatio lives in a genetically engineered paradise where there’s a vat-grown slave waiting around every marble column with a bunch of grapes to drop into his oh-so-perfectly designed mouth.

Unfortunately for Horatio, the artificial intelligence that rules the great mass of humanity spread across the stars has other plans for this feckless seducer. So, if you ever wonder how the galaxy’s biggest coward finds himself actually trying to save it, you’re not alone… but then, unfortunately, neither is our hero!

His misadventures are abetted by a psychotic Martian warrior, a robot who thinks it’s related to Sherlock Holmes, a beautiful genetically enhanced assassin, a scientist with a computer for a brain, and a millennia-old clone who was alive when the last U.S. President was executed by a firing squad.

It’s six against the galaxy. Six against the stars. They’ll save the universe… but they might damage it first.

Six Against the Stars (novel) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-0-9522885-2-7 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

The Triple Realm series

It is the final years of the 18th century, but a world which few would recognise.

The people of Europe shelter in small islands of safety, havens from the enchanted wilderness – the strange boundless forests people call the Tumble.

It is across this demon-haunted landscape that the low-born officer Taliesin must lead his men, caught up in the deadliest of intrigues while fighting wars for a noble class which despises him.

With vicious murderers from the worst gutters in the Realm marching behind him, and the forces of the most powerful nations of the mainland arrayed against him, the odds are stacked against Taliesin. Heavily. Yet he will fight on, battling armies, sorcerers, assassins, beastmen and cross into the face of hell itself.

Not for loyalty, or grudging respect for his scheming monarch – not even for the small mountain of silver the Island Queen has promised him if he succeeds.

But because fighting is all he and his pressed band of cut-throats and thieves have ever known.

#1 For the Crown and the Dragon (novel) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-0-9522885-0-3 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

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#2 The Fortress in the Frost (novel) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-0-9522885-1-0 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

The Vigil series

When Eleanor Lythe was invited to attend a charity art ball with the rest of her children’s home, she wasn’t sure what to expect – but being fed on by semi-immortal vampires, bitten and turned into a slave of their evil race, certainly wasn’t it.

Luckily, for Eleanor, the Vigil – the covert branch of the U.S. Secret Service formed to fight the forces of the supernatural – is on hand to cure her and protect her.

But save her for just what sort of life?

As Eleanor struggles to master her new powers, she comes to realise that in humanity’s struggle against the darkness, the wrong side could have saved her. Some of her fellow agents might be ripped hot – but does that actually matter if they are also willing to feed her to an ancient evil to achieve their mission?

Because when your race is fighting a secret war for survival against vampires, zombies, werewolves, dark spirits, rogue angels and almost immortal Nazis, the worrying truth is . . . there might not be any safe side to trust!

Hell Sent (novel) (Green Nebula) –

Print ISBN: 978-18380539-5-6 (bookstores: trade orders via Ingram)

NB: We’ve only included the books published by Green Nebula Publishing in this store – for the fuller list of Stephen Hunt’s novels by HarperCollins, Gollancz, Tor, Hachette etc., see the page at