About the Author

Bradley Lejeune is the ingeniously abbreviated combination of writers Malcolm Bradley and Martin Lejeune.

Malcolm has worked for eight years as a freelance ghostwriter, while Martin has a background in filmmaking and visual effects.

They figured that attempts to forcefully breed their various talents with one another might result in some good books. Or crimes against nature… Only time will tell. Martin loves walking his cat – it’s a thing, okay – reading sci-fi and he dreams of one day writing a spy novel.

Malcolm is a total fantasy nerd with a leaning toward horror, who identifies a little too strongly with zombies. They met far too many years ago while working in a cinema together. Except that they talked about movies and never did any work.

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When the enigmatic but powerful Koru unexpectedly abandon their embassy on Proxima Centauri, Vik—a one-time activist and war hero—and his shadowy friend Copeland attempt to find out if this is a prelude to a war that would prove disastrous for humanity.

Their search for answers leads to dangerous discoveries. Will Vik now risk his marriage and comfortable life if it means a chance to finally find out the truth?

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One ex-wife. Her missing husband. A mysterious alien race. Earth created a grand and far-spanning empire. It rebelled. What should have been an easy victory became swift defeat when the alien Koru allied themselves with the breakaway colonies and an attack on Earth by a powerful ship almost brought the homeworld to utter ruin. On that day, Mark Franklin saved the world, but at a terrible cost.

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Missing Ships. An Unseen Menace. A Deadly Coup. Out on the edge of human-controlled space, ships have been going missing. For years, rumours have circulated about risks to shipping in this dangerous region.