Audio rights to professional firefighter Sean Grigsby’s debut SMOKE EATERS to Brian Sweany at Recorded Books by Katie Shea Boutillier on behalf of Paul E. Stevens.
Author of the King’s Dark Tidings series Kel Kade’s FATE OF THE FALLEN, the first in a brand new series in which a prophesied hero and his best friend discover that saving the world isn’t as easy, or exciting, as it sounds in the stories, and to make matters worse, the latter is beginning to fear that he’s lost his mind, to Christopher Morgan at Tor Books, in a major deal, in a three-book deal, for publication in Spring 2019, by Paul E. Stevens.
Professional firefighter Sean Grigsby’s debut novel, Smoke Eaters, will be published by Angry Robot in early 2018.
After nearly 2,000 years in hibernation, dragons have emerged from beneath the Earth’s crust, and they’re hungry. Firefighters are humanity’s first—and last—line of defense.
Cole Brannigan has fought fires for 30 years and is now on the eve of retirement. But when he discovers that he is one of the few who have a natural immunity to dragon smoke he is recruited into the elite dragon-fighting force known as the Smoke Eaters. Suddenly Branningan finds himself permanently assigned to the front lines of the dragon war—whether he likes it or not.
Sean can be found online at www.seangrigsby.com and on Twitter at @SeanGrigsby.
Leanna Renee Hieber, the award-winning author of STRANGELY BEAUTIFUL, will write three books in her new series THE GHOST PRECINCT.
During the height of New York City’s gilded age, Teddy Roosevelt created a secret division within the New York Police Department. Under direction of its leader, gifted medium Eve Whitby, the Ghost Precinct helps the NYPD solve crimes and, in some cases, intervene before a crime is even committed, by wielding powers and tricks known only by mediums and utilized only by the dead.
The books were placed with Elizabeth May at Kensington’s Rebel Base by Paul Stevens.
Dan Koboldt, geneticist and author of THE ISLAND DECEPTION, to edit PUTTING THE SCIENCE IN FICTION, a collection of essays from Dan’s popular blog series (dankoboldt.com/science-in-
For stage magician Quinn Bradley, he thought his time in Alissia was over. He’d done his job for the mysterious company CASE Global Enterprises, and now his name is finally on the marquee of one of the biggest Vegas casinos. And yet, for all the accolades, he definitely feels something is missing. He can create the most amazing illusions on Earth, but he’s also tasted true power. Real magic.
He misses it.
Luckily–or not–CASE Global is not done with him, and they want him to go back. The first time, he was tasked with finding a missing researcher. Now, though, he has another task:
Help take Richard Holt down.
It’s impossible to be in Vegas and not be a gambler. And while Quinn might not like his odds–a wyvern nearly ate him the last time he was in Alissia–if he plays his cards right, he might be able to aid his friends.
He also might learn how to use real magic himself.
Continuing the exciting adventures from The Rogue Retrieval, The Island Deception blends fun and mystery into a brilliant new fantasy from Dan Koboldt.
Where the Water Falls, a debut thriller by investigative journalist Jeremy Finley. When four-year-old William Chance vanishes from the woods behind his family’s home, there’s only one witness: an older brother who whispers “the lights took him” and never speaks again. As every resource is exhausted, the boy’s grandmother, Lynn, must finally admit to herself that she’s heard the phrase “the lights took him” before. A long-buried secret from her past may be the only key to finding her missing grandchild. A two-book deal to Peter Wolverton at St. Martins Press by Paul Stevens.
Dan Koboldt’s THE ISLAND DECEPTION and THE WORLD AWAKENING, sequels to THE ROGUE RETRIEVAL. A Las Vegas stage magician joins a mercenary extraction force infiltrating a world where magic is all too real and the penalty for impersonating a true magician is death, to David Pomerico at Harper Voyager Impulse for publication in February 2017 and 2018, by Paul Stevens.