Books I have in electronic format only, such as PDF or HTML. These are from places like Baen Free Library, Project Gutenberg or bought from .

There are 19 books with a type of Ebook.

  • Agent Of Vega by James H Schmitz (SF) [2008-04-22]
    Anthology, mainly stories set in the Vega Confederacy, who use telepaths as agents.
  • Alien Infection by Darrell Bain (SF, Thriller) [2006-09-05]
    What is the Alien Infection? Will it doom the world or save it?
  • Dahak (2) Armageddon Inheritance by David Weber (SF) [2007-10-07]
    They've put down the mutineers. Now they just have to deal with the millions of other starships, crewed by genocidal aliens dedicated to the extermination of all possible competing life forms, which just happened to be headed straight towards Earth.
  • Babel Interface by Sheila Finch (SF) [2008-05-07]
    Veteran lingster Tomas Vizcano sits in an alien tavern on the frozen planet Gai'ek, countering the effects of a particularly stressful translation job with liberal doses of alien liquor. In two days Tomas will complete his contract and retire from the Guild, but when an odious Gai'ekian demands his services for a job that challenges his moral sensibilities...
  • Colors Of Space by Marion Zimmer Bradley (TeenKid, SF) [2009-05-21]
    Bart Steele has just graduated from the Academy and qualified as an Astrogator. Instead of getting a berth on a human ship, however, he disguises himself as an alien Lhari and signs on to one of their ships, risking his life to break the Lhari's monopoly on intergalactic travel by finding out what element is missing from human attempts to copy the Lhari warp drive.
  • Elbow Room by Marion Zimmer Bradley (SF)
    I am glad that I love them; I'd hate to think that some psych-tech made me love them! Because they are sweet, dear, wonderful, lovable people. All of them. As long as I don't have to see them very often.
  • Flatland by Edwin Abbott (SF) [2007-09-09]
    Flatland: a romance of many dimensions.
  • Kissing Cousins by Sally Odgers (Romance) [2007-11-25]
    When Trina Garland fled Melbourne for Tasmania, she planned to spend a few stress-free weeks away from her possessive ex-boyfriend, relaxing at her Aunt Jenny's farm. The last thing she wanted was to find herself sharing her aunt's farmhouse with a tall, dark, handsome stranger--even one as charming as her new-found cousin, Alister McKenzie.
  • Maria And The Tree by Timothy Jones (SF) [2008-05-07]
    Nobody knew how the tree got started in the bleak, dusty little courtyard, but it soon became the most important thing in Maria's life. Important enough to devote part of her water ration to its growth--even important enough to commit fraud for extra water to keep it alive. She's taking a dreadful risk for every cupful or water she gives the tree ....
  • Dahak (1) Mutineers Moon by David Weber (SF) [2007-10-06]
    For Lt. Commander Colin Maclntyre, it began as a routine training flight over the Moon. For Dahak, a self-aware Imperial battleship, it began millennia ago when that powerful artificial intelligence underwent a mutiny in the face of the enemy. The mutiny was never resolved-Dahak was forced to maroon not just the mutineers but the entire crew on prehistoric Earth.
  • Poirot Mysterious Affair At Styles by Agatha Christie (Mystery) [2008-05-18]
    The intense interest aroused in the public by what was known at the time as "The Styles Case" has now somewhat subsided. Nevertheless, in view of the world-wide notoriety which attended it, I have been asked, both by my friend Poirot and the family themselves, to write an account of the whole story. This, we trust, will effectually silence the sensational rumours which still persist.
  • Nearly Infinite Possibilities Of Junk by Stephen L Burns (SF) [2008-03-18]
    The good people of the asteroid Fred's Ball work hard and play hard. Their economy is based on mining the Ball, sweeping the Belt, and income from Hartman's Junkyard. But when lawyer Elmo Luckless arrives carrying papers from AllMine Corporation evicting the residents of the Ball, only Vance Hartman's inspiration as to how to build a new kind of sp...
  • Chaos Chronicles (1) Neptune Crossing by Jeffrey A Carver (SF) [2009-06-25]
    TWO UNLIKELY HEROES When survey pilot John Bandicut falls into a cavern on Triton, his life changes forever . . . and for an alien quarx, one hundred million years of solitude suddenly comes to an end.
  • Pandoras Legions by Christopher Anvil (SF) [2004-04-04]
  • Sleeper Awake by Dr Bob Rich (SF) [2007-07-10]
    Retired film star Flora Fielding was diagnosed with cancer. Her solution: she had herself put into suspended animation, and invested her fortune in cancer research. She expected to return to life in five to ten years--but is awakened into an utterly different world, 1433 years later.
  • Star Surgeon by Alan E Nourse (SF) [2008-05-08]
    Alan E. Nourse (1928-1992) was an American science fiction author and physician, noted especially for his SF works (such as Star Surgeon) combining both his interests.
  • Chaos Chronicles (2) Strange Attractors by Jeffrey A Carver (SF) [2009-07-21]
    John Bandicut, the reluctant hero who saved Earth in Neptune Crossing, is stranded on the artificial structure known as Shipworld, searching for keys to its mysteries, when he discovers a Nemesis that threatens to destroy more than Earth.
  • Ugly Princess by Elizabeth K Burton (Fantasy) [2008-02-12]
    The king is dead, long live the queen! Well, not if the King of Nadwich and the dead monarch's three royal ministers have anything to about it.
  • Warslayer by Rosemary Edghill (Fantasy) [2004-05-02]
    Gloria "Glory" McArdle plays Vixen the Slayer in a straight-to-syndication TV show where even the fans say the villain is the better actress. The wizards of Erchanen have been searching all the worlds to find a hero, and Vixen the Slayer is the last name on their list.