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AUGUST 13th, 2019

A soldier returns home with a dangerous secret from an alternate realm, unaware that she is surrounded by spies and collaborators, in this intense military science fiction novel.

Naval officer Mila Blackwood is determined to keep her country's most powerful secret - shrouding, the ability to traverse their planet in seconds through an alternate realm - out of enemy hands. But spies are everywhere: her submarine has been infiltrated by a Dhavnak agent, and her teenage brother has been seduced by an enemy soldier. When Blackwood's submarine is attacked by a monster, she and fellow sailor, Holland, are marked with special abilities, whose manifestations could end the war - but in whose favor? Forced to submit to military scientists in her paranoid and war-torn home, Blackwood soon learns that the only people she can trust might also be the enemy.

“Hogan writes with tangible energy, capturing the trials of divided loyalties in the midst of global war… Fans of military SF will enjoy Hogan’s fresh take on the genre.” —Publishers Weekly

“This SF novel mixes science fiction with The Hunt for Red October and garnishes it with the spywork of John Le Carre.” —Amazon Book Review

“Loads of action and well-earned plot twists, with a thoughtful examination of the effects of war and trauma on people.” —B&N Sci Fi & Fantasy Blog

“Military conflict, spy thriller intensity, and mind-blowing revelations… Shrouded Loyalties stands out above the rest.” —Realms and Robots

“Loyalty, honor, and a dangerous new technology all come together in this unique world filled with intrigue and action.” —Maria V. Snyder, New York Times bestselling author of Poison Study

“Constantly competing levels of deception and espionage all juggled at once, and somehow simultaneously packed to the brim with non-stop action and terrifying escalations.” —Nathan Makaryk, author of Nottingham

“I definitely recommend this book to anyone who’s ever wished Das Boot had encountered Cthulhu.” —Wendy Trimboli, author of The Resurrectionist of Caligo

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August 8, 2018

I hold you tight, to keep you alive

As though my heart could make you thrive.

I see every second your spirit deprived...

But if I keep you close, maybe something will survive.

In a time of blood and myth, humanity used its nuclear weapons to crack the world. In the year of blinding white light which followed, gods of death and cruelty poured in through the gaps and staked their claims. Now, two hundred years later, the city of Black Angel struggles to survive. The souls of the dead are burned into ash, smeared in books, then burned as offerings to the deadly and powerful Chahrboga. But Svana, one of the few readers left, sees books as something else: a glimpse of a time when human lives mattered. And when she collects the ashes of a lifelong friend in her most precious relic, she has no intention of giving him to Chahrboga.

As Black Angel’s population is ravaged by invisible soul-stealing demons, Svana learns that the soul she holds could be all that stands between them and total annihilation. Plagued by grief and guilt, and hunted by her loved one’s killer, Svana sets out to save those remaining, armed only with the ashes and words in a dead artist’s journal. Her crusade will bring her to the heart of Chahrboga's powers, and test just how far she'll go to hold on to a life taken too soon.

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May 27, 2014

“I’ll admit it. I never expected to get out of Russia alive. And that was before I was targeted as the man who murdered Stalin.”

The year is 1928, and American mercenary Echo Maebius is seized while fleeing Russia after the disappearance of Joseph Stalin. Just when things can’t get any worse, Echo’s doppelganger walks into the room, offering him a way out—but with a terrible catch. Now, broken, damaged, and alone, Echo must find out why his closest comrade Jez has disappeared from his life—and why the failure of their mission in Moscow is responsible.

Told in alternating chapters between Echo’s past and present, The Deadliest Echo is a science fiction thriller about assassination, alternate paths, and the dangers of being a foreigner in a country newly raised from revolution. It is a powerful tale about the thin line between loneliness and friendship, and the intricate web of secrets that forces Echo to confront the one truth he most wants to escape…

Unless he can finish the mission he never completed in Moscow, the whole world will pay the price for his failure.