New Author Spotlight: Stoney Compton
Author Spotlight is a series designed to introduce authors with 3 books or less in the different SF/F subgenres.
Today’s spotlight shines on Stoney Compton.
Stoney Compton’s books include:
Here’s the cover copy for Russian America:
Alaska, 1989. In a world where Alaska is still a Russian possession, charter captain Grigorivich Plesnett has a stained past – as a major in the Czar’s Troika Guard he was cashiered for disobeying a direct order. Now, ten years later, Grig charters out to a cossack and discovers his past has not only caught up with him but is about to violently change his future, and the future of all nine of the nations of North America as well. Spanning Alaska from the Southeastern Inside Passage to the frozen Yukon, this is an epic tale of one man’s journey of redemption and courage to face old challenges and help birth a new nation.
If you like these titles, you might also like:
- American Empire: Blood & Iron by Harry Turtledove (Del Rey)
- 1945 by Robert Conroy (Ballantine Books)
- What If?: The World’s Foremost Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been by (Berkley Trade)
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