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The Unsafe Occupant William J. Jackson

1877 Railroad City, MO: in a city recently granted superhuman powers by a bizarre foreign element, strange is the new normal. Now, a murder will stun the police, and require the talents of a few of these superhuman 'paranormals'. But the killer they seek is no common man, or even anything like themselves...


Perilous Ping (a junior novel of retropunk tragedy and rage) William J. Jackson

The Sky War is the end of civilization. In the throng of destruction, one lone man will be broken by the enemy. Used and abused, they will make a mockery of him. They will will make a tool of him. They will make him into something...perilous.


The Case of the Radium Raid (a junior novel of steam noir in the Rail) William J. Jackson

1904: RAILROAD CITY, MISSOURI. A case is in need of solving. A detective is hired, here, in the Rail, where the military holds sway and superhuman persons are persecuted. David McLane is man paid to find a stolen item. What he will find instead, is the truth of what's going on, and the truth about himself.


The Blossom of Hours (a junior novel of the Spaceman) William J. Jackson

1878: The Guild of Honor, superhumans in the Victorian Wild West, have fended off an attack yet again. But for one of their members, Spaceman, the fair Moon calls him despite the battles. He has had enough. On a dangerous mission, he will venture to Luna, to uncover why this mysterious orb has taken over his mind. What could possibly be on a dead world? He intends to find out...


Cerulean Rust (Book Two of the Rail Legacy) William J. Jackson

In the sequel to An Unsubstantiated Chamber, Flag Epsom, Aretha Astin and more are confronted by the hostile machinations of foes unseen. The actions of fiends will tear the Rail apart, dividing friends and bringing together enemies After the dust settles, will there still be a Railroad City?


An Unsubstantiated Chamber (Book One of the Rail Legacy) William J. Jackson

In Victorian America, a miraculous event occurred. A rare element granted superhuman 'talents' to many, From those affected came the legendary guild of Honor, a force for justice in a bleak world. They advanced technology, saved the globe from disaster, excited the nation-- --and died . Killed by the government, the age of heroes is over. The land they defended, Railroad City, is under martial law. Now, a bitter professor, once a friend of the Guild, and a pitiless assassin will uncover things are worse than is known. WIll they recall the spirit of heroism and rise up, or falter towards self preservation like the rest of America?