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Consists of author's biography, lists works, gives synopses of novels, and links to her blog, speculative fiction magazines and ezines. Also has the Mocklore Files which is the background to her first two novels and several of her short stories.

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Musketeer Space, Tansy Rayner Roberts , single work novel fantasy science fiction

'Musketeer Space is a gender-swapped space opera retelling of Alexandre Dumas’ classic adventure novel The Three Musketeers, presented as a web serial'.

Source: Website. (Sighted: 3/3/2016)

Seven Days of Joyeux : A Musketeer Space Novella, Tansy Rayner Roberts , single work novella science fiction fantasy

'It’s festival time on Paris Satellite: that means a seven day whirl of drunken bets, poor decision-making, religious contemplation and tinsel. But mostly, poor decision-making.

'Porthos and Athos aren’t going to sleep together, no matter what Aramis says. Aramis isn’t going to marry her girlfriend, Minister Chevreuse, which probably means they’re breaking up. Athos is not prepared to be visited by the ghost of his dead husband. Oh, and the Duchess of Buckingham is totally not going to hook up with the Prince Consort thereby causing an interplanetary diplomatic disaster… right?

'When a group of "festive terrorists" start inflicting traditions from a very different midwinter festival on the space station via nano-virus, the Musketeers and the Red Guard are expected to work together to protect Paris Satellite. This isn’t going to end well.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Last amended 18 Jul 2007 10:12:53
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