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Happy 4th

Posted by on Jul 4, 2018 | 0 comments

happy 4th of July.   Getting ready for Historicon  – 12 – 15 July in Lancaster, PA.  We’ll have our full line of books, prints and miniatures.  Miniature Mart has sent us some “All Quiet of the Martian Front” rule books and starter sets.  We’ll also have the The Great Martian War Trilogy: America in […]

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Upcoming Events

Posted by on Mar 2, 2018 | 0 comments

Look for us at NJcon June 8th and 9th with all new releases.

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Just an update on titles and availability

Posted by on Jan 21, 2018 | 0 comments

As we are transitioning our trade sales to Simon & Schuster you may see titles disappear and come back on trade sites (Amazon, B&N, etc), don’t worry, they will all be back.  part of this transition is moving information to our new holding company – Pike and Powder.  But don’t fear!  This site will still […]

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A new cover for The Great Martian War: Counterattack

Posted by on Jan 20, 2018 | 0 comments

We are re-jacketing the cover of The Great Martian War: Counterattack for the second printing.  The original cover was good, but we’ve had some requests for a cover in the original style, so here it is.  Click on the image to see the full cover.  Thanks  

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Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book) $9.99

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

Markov's Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet's people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl's Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov's Prize.

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Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

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Markov's Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet's people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl's Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov's Prize.

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback) $18.00

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

Markov's Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet's people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl's Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov's Prize.

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Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

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Markov's Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet's people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl's Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov's Prize.

The War of the Pacific by Gabriele Esposito $30.00

The War of the Pacific by Gabriele Esposito

The War of the Pacific by Gabriele Esposito

The Pacific War was one of the greatest and bloodiest war ever on the west part of South America, and is one of the most important conflicts in South American history. It is also known as the 'Saltpeter War' or the 'Guano War' because the possession of these two highly profitable nitrates was the main cause of the conflict.

By the 1870s Chilean military policies exploded into full scale conflict. This book examines the troops, uniforms and equipment used by the Chilean, Peruvian and Bolivian forces and traces the events of the war from the early naval blockades, through major pitched battles, to the final guerilla campaign in occupied Peru. The war ended in total victory for Chile, and that country's military emergence thereafter as 'the Prussia of South America', while it cost Peru some lucrative provinces, and Bolivia its outlet to the Pacific coast.

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The War of the Pacific by Gabriele Esposito

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The Pacific War was one of the greatest and bloodiest war ever on the west part of South America, and is one of the most important conflicts in South American history. It is also known as the 'Saltpeter War' or the 'Guano War' because the possession of these two highly profitable nitrates was the main cause of the conflict.

By the 1870s Chilean military policies exploded into full scale conflict. This book examines the troops, uniforms and equipment used by the Chilean, Peruvian and Bolivian forces and traces the events of the war from the early naval blockades, through major pitched battles, to the final guerilla campaign in occupied Peru. The war ended in total victory for Chile, and that country's military emergence thereafter as 'the Prussia of South America', while it cost Peru some lucrative provinces, and Bolivia its outlet to the Pacific coast.

A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 (Paperback) $20.00

A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 (Paperback)

A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 (Paperback)

A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 by Joseph Hordynski

After Poland was wiped off the map of Europe in 1794 and divided between Russia, Prussia and Austria the found some redemption with Napoleon. While the Russians attempted to integrate the Poles into the Russian Empire, the Poles longed for their independence. As part of the Congress of Vienna a nominal “Congress Kingdom” was established as an independent area.  With the ascension of Nicholas I as Tsar, the new administration attempted to clamp down on any nationalist thoughts.  The Poles rose in rebellion and for two years fought against the Russians, seeking to re-establish Poland as an independent nation once again. The uprising was crushed and though there would be further such revolutions, Poland would not become truly independent until 1919. This is a detailed account that is focused on the innumerable battles. Written by a participant in the uprising and containing more than thirty maps. It is has long been a source of information on this event

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A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 (Paperback)

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A History of the Polish Revolution of 1830 by Joseph Hordynski

After Poland was wiped off the map of Europe in 1794 and divided between Russia, Prussia and Austria the found some redemption with Napoleon. While the Russians attempted to integrate the Poles into the Russian Empire, the Poles longed for their independence. As part of the Congress of Vienna a nominal “Congress Kingdom” was established as an independent area.  With the ascension of Nicholas I as Tsar, the new administration attempted to clamp down on any nationalist thoughts.  The Poles rose in rebellion and for two years fought against the Russians, seeking to re-establish Poland as an independent nation once again. The uprising was crushed and though there would be further such revolutions, Poland would not become truly independent until 1919. This is a detailed account that is focused on the innumerable battles. Written by a participant in the uprising and containing more than thirty maps. It is has long been a source of information on this event