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Some of our bestselling titles

Genetopia Genetopia by Keith Brooke
The wilds: a world where genes mutate and migrate between species through plague and fever, but that's where Flint must go... "A minor masterpiece that should usher Brooke at last into the recognized front ranks of SF writers" (Locus) (...more)
One More Unfortunate One More Unfortunate by Kaitlin Queen
Relentlessly drawn back to a circle of old friends and enemies, Nick Redpath has all kinds of issues to deal with. But first he must prove that he didn't murder his old flame, Geraldine Wyse... (...more)
Deep Future Deep Future by Eric Brown
Deep Future collects ten tales of the past, present and future by the award-winning author of the best selling Helix. Whether he's writing about aliens coming to Earth, virtual reality, alternate worlds or immortal men, Brown imbues his fictions with a concern for character and an abiding passion for story, underlining his position as one of Britain's finest SF writers. (...more)
From cyberpunk visions of post-human futures to traditional tales of alien encounter and time travel, ten science fiction stories from the two times winner of the BSFA short story award. (...more)
The Fabulous Beast The Fabulous Beast by Garry Kilworth
A set of beautifully crafted tales of the imagination from "the best short story writer in any genre" (New Scientist). (...more)
Salvage Salvage by Eric Brown
The Salvageman Ed series of linked stories - four of which appear here for the first time - combine action, humour and pathos, from the master of character-based adventure science fiction. (...more)
The Iron Wire The Iron Wire by Garry Kilworth
A young telegrapher travels halfway around the world to help create one of the technological wonders of the Victorian age: the construction of a single galvanised iron wire between Adelaide and Darwin, crossing two thousand miles of wilderness. A novel of human hope and progress in a land where men die, women are widowed, and bushrangers live by the lie and the gun. (...more)
Beautiful Intelligence Beautiful Intelligence by Stephen Palmer
AI or BI? Artificial intelligence or beautiful intelligence? The race to create a sentient machine is headed by two teams, but with a Japanese chase team close on their heels, will either be successful before they are trapped and caught? A fast-paced, philosophical thriller that confronts questions of how we will create artificial sentience, and whether it will be beautiful. (...more)
A brash entrepreneur buys a small company as a platform for his big ideas. He has a vision for the future of humankind, and the company will stop at nothing to get its own way. (...more)
Approaching Omega Approaching Omega by Eric Brown
The colonisation mission has failed, three of the five colony sleeper hangars have been destroyed... Time to adjust mission parameters. Classic SF from international bestseller Eric Brown. (...more)
infinities infinities by infinity plus and friends: Eric Brown, John Grant, Anna Tambour, Keith Brooke, Garry Kilworth, Iain Rowan, Kaitlin Queen, Linda Nagata, Scott Nicholson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Steven Savile
infinities is an anthology; it's a sampler; it's a catalogue for works published by infinity plus and our friends in the writing world. And it's free. Authors are: Eric Brown, John Grant, Anna Tambour, Keith Brooke, Garry Kilworth, Iain Rowan, Kaitlin Queen, Linda Nagata, Scott Nicholson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Steven Savile. (...more)
Penumbra Penumbra by Eric Brown
When a young tug pilot's career is ruined by a collision he has no choice but to accept a risky commission to a remote planet. (...more)
One Step Closer One Step Closer by Iain Rowan
Life jumps the rails, runs away from you and there's no catching it up. Winner of the Derringer Award for best short crime story. (...more)
The Ragthorn The Ragthorn by Robert Holdstock and Garry Kilworth
"I am placing this entry at the beginning of my edited journal for reasons that will become apparent. Time is very short for me now, the final part of the ritual draws near... I cannot pretend that I am not frightened." A dark and unsettling World Fantasy Award-winning work by Robert Holdstock and Garry Kilworth. (...more)
Nowhere To Go Nowhere To Go by Iain Rowan
Eleven stories of murder, obsession, fear and - sometimes - redemption, from a writer shortlisted for the UK Crime Writers' Association's Debut Dagger award. (...more)
Riding the Serpent Riding the Serpent's Back by Keith Brooke
An old era is drawing to a close, a new era about to begin, and the great mage Donn has passed on his Talents to a new generation. When a rogue church leader threatens to set loose wild powers, Donn's children must oppose him but, also, they must contend with Donn himself: the old mage has not finished with his children yet. A fantasy epic of revolution, jealousy and earth-shattering magic. (...more)