Books by Linnea Sinclair

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Rebels and Lovers

In my eyes, nobody does a better job at writing a fine science fiction romance than Linnea Sinclair. Her heroes and heroines are marvellous, strong characters, the tech talk is fun without being overwhelming, and the world-building with all its political implications captures me each and every time. ...

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Hope’s Folly

Hope’s Folly is about a man, Admiral Phillip Guthrie, who is leading a nascent organized counter-force against the corrupt leader of an empire. Guthrie is working with less people, less ammunition, and less money - but not less skill. His talents and that of his crew aboard the airship of the titl ...

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Finders Keepers

Finders Keepers by Linnea Sinclair is a book I find myself re-reading at regular intervals, three times in three years so far. The first time I read it I considered it a guilty pleasure, with its dramatic plotline and the so very obvious Cinderella theme. It was only on rereading it that I discovere ...

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Shades of Dark

When Shades of Dark arrived, I was excited because it was my first Linnea Sinclair novel and I’ve read such good things about her writing. Then I noticed that it was the second of a series involving the same couple, somewhat of a disappointment because I find it incredibly hard to enter a world-bu ...

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The Down Home Zombie Blues

In the three Linnea Sinclair novels I read before picking up The Down Home Zombie Blues, there is a similar set-up: Ordinary woman meets man who is somehow – technically, biologically, psychologically – enhanced and has super-human powers. Now don’t get me wrong. I loved each of these books an ...

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Games of Command

After finishing Linnea Sinclair’s novel, I felt a strong urge to go on a marathon of Star Trek episodes. However, despite its similarities to the TV series, the plot of Games of Command is its own, a thoroughly entertaining one and toward the end, an incredibly exciting, thrilling read Long-tim ...

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An Accidental Goddess

Linnea Sinclair has been writing for a while, though you may not have seen her books. She was initially published by a smaller press publisher (also in ebooks) and wrote under another name - Megan Sybil Baker. Realizing her potential, Bantam has reissued some of her earlier books and signed her up f ...