Venture Beyond

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Venture Press is an independent ebook publisher of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Our commitment is to rediscover and reinvigorate classic books, giving new life to esteemed novels in the digital age.

From stories of space exploration to toils and troubles from strange fantasy landscapes, follow us on our journey to unknown lands in the pursuit of new worlds. Launching in September 2015, Venture Press will bring to your Kindle some of the greatest forgotten classics of the genre, as well as some exciting new fiction from debut and established authors alike.

Connect with us on the adventure through social media, the Venture Press blog and newsletter so that you never miss one of the enthralling books we’ll be publishing every week. Broaden your horizons by delving back into the past and forward into the future, as Venture Press explores and reclaims those novels hidden in time and the talented authors that brought them to life.

 

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Tsunami by Crawford Kilian

They’d thought that violence would protect them during the brief period before other people obligingly died off, like some disaster novel; then they’d inherit the earth. Allison knew better, had known it since Bert had shot the driver of the Trans Am: the violence would never stop. See the two sides of humanity that arise when disaster occurs: humanitarian and power-grabber. Solar flares have been erupting with unusual violence and...
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Rinzler by Raya Jones

His brief was to ascertain whether or not the victim’s employers were implicated. This was precisely the danger zone that he did his best to avoid: corporations assassinating their own citizens. Indigo, a Junior Clerk working for the OK Corporation, is murdered in her home. Rinzler, a freelance Private Investigator in a post-Apocalyptic world, is hired posthumously by the victims own life policy. He must discover whether the death is...
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Trollnight by Peter Tremayne

Creatures from a glacial hell, the whites of their eyes bulged red with bloodlust... When American scientist Tony Stevens hears that his young sister Ann has been killed in a skiing accident in Oslo, he refuses to believe it. She hated heights, would never risk descending the treacherous glacier slopes so rapidly – unless she was fleeing for her life. On arriving in Norway, he learns that Ann had been...
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Icequake by Crawford Kilian

“Goddamn it, Al, this is life or death, not some picky little contract problem. We sure want you on our side, but if you don’t want to go along, we’ll f******g well make you go along.” A group of 27 scientists and explorers are stranded in Antarctica. Residing in a station known as Shackleton, they are studying the seismic activity of the region. An eruption of the nearby volcano, Mount Erebus, soon...
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The Fall of the Republic by Crawford Kilian

The past was safe and comforting, knowable. The present was a series of insults, disappointments, and frights. The future could only be disaster. Set in the mid-1990's, the world is on the verge of collapse. Several nations have already descended into chaos and the US is now only months away from anarchy. The old nationalism no longer works. But the discovery of "Trainables" - a select portion of the teenager...
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Snowbeast! by Peter Tremayne

No man could have made such prints, even if a man were walking barefoot in the dead of night across an inhospitable mountain slope. When Ellen MacDonald arrives for a surprise visit to her uncle’s remote lodge on the lower slopes of the snow-swept Cairngorms, Doctor MacDonald is on a most unusual case. At the time-hallowed monastery of St Bechan, a brother has fallen dangerously ill with a mysterious sickness....
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Disciple of a Dark God by Edmund Glasby

"You, my friend, are one of the greatest mass murderers this world has ever known. I congratulate you." Assassin, cultist, zealot; Everus Dragonbanner’s sole aim in life is to serve Xethorn — the evil god who enabled him to exact revenge on those who destroyed his life. Satiated, but forever bitter, Everus does whatever is required by the high priest, and more importantly by his god who contacts him directly....
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Colour of Madness by Graham Diamond

Not so much painting as summoning a creature that should have remained distant, hidden, and most absolutely forbidden. For a moment I wished with all my heart I could shred the grim image to atoms. The Yellow House, Arles: Vincent van Gogh paints works of transcendent genius, while in London a killer launches a reign of terror. Nidabi is attacked by her sadistic master but is rescued just in time...
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