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by Justin Oldham 

ISBN: 978-1-935964-04-9 

eISBN:   978-1-935964-05-6 

LCCN: 2011909903  

Ten billion pacifistic Lapropods, fleeing their dying world, have  accidentally exterminated most of the human race. Sixty years later, humans and Lapropods are at the mercy of brutal NorCons.  Humanity  seems bound for extinction until one scared and lonely Lapropod steps forward to carry out a confused and desperate rebellion.  His exploits  in the harsh Alaskan wilderness are epic.  Can he save his people (and the humans), or is everyone on Earth doomed to a life of  slavery?  

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The Fisk Conspiracy

by Justin Oldham

ISBN: 978-1-935964-06-3 

eISBN:   978-1-935964-09-4 

LCCN: 2012902587 

In a dark future, America watches its civil rights shrink as its  national debt swells.  Pro-gun lobbyists become casualties as President Madeline Hill reigns over a powerful and corrupt government.  She has a plan to achieve total power that will exploit a greedy Congress.

Political consultant Preston Fisk oversees the most elaborate conspiracy  in U.S. history.  He and his cohorts are responsible for Madeline's rise to power and they are the only ones who can stop her.  These Cold War veterans stand ready to defend a nation that has forgotten them.

Washington, D.C., is the backdrop for this fast-moving tale.   Politicians and patriots alike compete using every tool at their disposal – and nothing is off-limits.  Preston Fisk is a fusion of both.   The fate that awaits him will change the way you look at politics. 

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Tales from the Kodiak Starport

by Justin Oldham 

ISBN: 978-1-935964-10-0 

eISBN:   978-1-935964-11-7 

LCCN:  2012910365 

Tales From the Kodiak Starport is a collection of science fiction  stories chronicling the efforts of adventurous Alaskans to facilitate mankind's move toward space-based commerce, stepping from  the Last Frontier into the final frontier. Each tale, set in a different period, explores an aspect of the space industry and  its impact on the economic and ecological well-being of the people of Earth.

In today's world, Kodiak Island, Alaska is home to  the Kodiak Launch Complex (KLC), a 3,717-acre rocket launch  facility. The KLC is a joint venture between the state of Alaska and  the investors of the Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation (AADC). At this point, KLC's services are geared to the safe launching  of polar-orbit satellites and sub-orbital research payloads.  In time, the complex may grow into an entity similar to, or even  better than, the facility depicted in these stories.

From the pioneers who build the businesses supporting the various launch activities of  the complex and those who defend the facility from a close encounter of the government kind, to the man who's just trying to keep his  family's business running, the perseverance and tenacity of the Alaska business community is put to the test. Some stories explore the  potential of the site, its customers, and those involved in its  day-to-day  operations, while others provide a glimpse at the impact of scientific  advances on relationships between individuals and society and the effects of international politics on the environment and the  facility's role in reversing them.

Welcome to the Kodiak Starport -  gateway to the future. 

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Crisis at the Kodiak Starport

by Justin Oldham 

ISBN: 978-1-935964-21-6 

eISBN:   978-1-935964-20-9

LCCN: 2015908753   


Set in the world of Tales From the Kodiak Starport.

Alaskan fisheries suffer when a mining disaster pollutes Bristol Bay.  Governments around the world struggle with drought and famine as  climate change becomes real.  Nations go to war over dwindling resources  on  land and at sea.  In this era of rising international tensions that  lead to regional wars, administrators and staff at the Kodiak starport  face  the challenge of keeping the promise of manned spaceflight intact  for  the next generation of explorers and entrepreneurs.   Can the gateway to a better future be kept open, or will it close forever when satellites  and space stations are destroyed? 

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Showdown at the Kodiak Starport

by Justin Oldham 

ISBN: 978-1-935964-24-7 

eISBN:   978-1-935964-25-4 

LCCN:  2015919993

Sequel to Crisis at the Kodiak Starport. 

How much does tomorrow cost?  That’s one of many questions to be  answered  by a struggling starport administrator while war rages between major  powers over diminishing natural resources.  In a world without satellite communications, the potential for spaceflight will slip away unless a relentless technological back-slide can be stopped.  From the edge of space, to the interiors of high-tech facilities and hushed conference rooms, it’s a fight for the future that neither side can afford to lose. 

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