The fate of the world is down to a PITA Crow girl, Erin Amsel, who must retrieve a giant’s sword by going where no Crow dares. And Stieg Engstrom is just the Raven to help her.
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Typhoon Fury brings together terrorists and a greedy mercenary with his own plans against the crew of the Oregon and an art appraiser on the trail of stolen art.
A hidden superbeing, android replacements, and an army of Fem-Bots turn the peace talks into a Battle Royale that the team might not actually survive. Earth may not make it, either.
Coming down with flu the day Robin leaves town for work, leaves Roe shorthanded with newborn Sophie. Leave it to Virginia Mitchell to come to the rescue…and then disappear?
Someone—or something—is attacking humans sensitive to the supernatural world, and Charley Davidson’s number one suspect is the dark entity she’s loved for centuries.
Covering up Darrell Clark’s murder has roused a group of irate blacks, looking for justice. Which they find under the table in Kidd, an artist and computer hacker extraordinaire.
Young women are disappearing in the dark of night, reappearing as automatons. Nan, Sarah and the Watsons discover it was no ordinary horror that drove them mad.
A tall tale comparison of the similarities between Huck Finn’s and Mark Twain’s early years that slides into an easygoing conversation about Mark Twain’s life.
Class reunions: a time for memories—good, bad, and, as Virgil Flowers is about to find out, deadly.
There’s a man, Dr. DOA, who gets away with murder, removing problems from other people’s lives. And the poison he’s used on Eddie is immune to any cure.