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- Tom Doherty Associates 2013; US$ 12.74
Nineteenth century London is the center of a vast British Empire. Airships ply the skies and Queen Victoria presides over three-quarters of the known world?including the East Coast of America, following the failed revolution of 1775. London might as well be a world away from Sandsend, a tiny village on the Yorkshire coast. Gideon Smith dreams of... more...
- Tom Doherty Associates 2013; US$ 0.99
"Work Sets You Free", by David Barnett, is an original short story featuring the protagonist of the forthcoming novel Gideon Smith and the Mechanical Girl (Tor Books [US] and Snowbooks [UK], September 2013). Gideon is a young fisherman in Yorkshire, England, in an alternate 1890, who embarks on a journey to find Captain Lucian Trigger, the famed... more...
- Tom Doherty Associates 2013; US$ 0.99
Spring, 1890, and England needs a hero. Gideon Smith is yet to step up to the role as public protector of the Empire, but in the background and the shadows, Mr Walsingham pulls strings to keep the often outlandish threats to Britain and her interests at bay. It is a role that lies heavy on his shoulders, and here we find him composing his end-of-year... more...
- New Generation Publishing 2012; US$ 2.99
Born in 1717 the son of a wealthy farmer William Owen turned his back on the life of the gentry to pursue a more adventurous life at sea. His impatient desire to become rich soon led him into the rags-to-riches world of smuggling. He enjoyed long spells of success but soon discovered that smuggling endeavours could also work in reverse, from riches-to-rags.... more...
- Tom Doherty Associates 2014; US$ 6.79
Nineteenth century London is the center of a vast British Empire, a teeming metropolis where steam-power is king and airships ply the skies, and where Queen Victoria presides over three quarters of the known world?including the east coast of America, following the failed revolution of 1775. Young Gideon Smith has seen things that no green lad of... more...
- Carlton Books Ltd 2013; Not Available
The definitive story of Suede. From the early beginnings and instant tag of the 'new saviours of rock n' roll', to lead singer Brett Anderson's relationship with Justine Frischmann who - to the delight of the national press - transferred her affections to rival band Blur's Damon Albarn; the arrival of guitar supremo Bernard Butler... more...
- Tom Doherty Associates 2014; US$ 0.99
Flying straight from the pages of the Gideon Smith steampunk novels is airship pilot Rowena Fanshawe, who in this tale pre-dating the books discovers that heroes do not necessarily always behave with honor. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied. more...
- Tom Doherty Associates 2015; US$ 6.79
In an alternate nineteenth century where a technologically advanced Britain holds sway over most of the known world and the American Revolution never happened, young Gideon Smith is firmly established as the Hero of the Empire. Back in London, Gideon and his colleagues: journalist Aloysius Bent, airship pilot Rowena Fanshawe, and Maria, the mechanical... more...
- Rosenberg Publishing 2015; US$ 17.50
What was it like to drive a steam locomotive? This book tells the ups and downs, mishaps and triumphs of life on the footplate. The author worked as first a trainee then as an engineman fireman on the footplates of locomotives in Western Victoria in the 60s at a time when bumper wheat harvests saw trains carrying tons of grain through Ararat for shipping... more...