Set in a past that never was, five tales of adventure and excitement from the pen of five completely different authors sharing a single world.
The Haemophage by Rob Harkess: On a mining base in the Asteroid Belt people start dying by having their blood sucked out but vampires are a myth, aren't they?
Taking the Cure by Peter Smalley: A health-spa pleasure cruise to the Moon and back goes very wrong and only a young ensign can help.
Iron Curtain by Virginia Maybury: A London patents clerk is employed to build a low-gravity playroom for the Tsar's child, but Russian politics can be lethal.
Dear Prudence by Katy O'Dowd with Steve Turnbull: The author of an Agony Aunt column falls for the heir to a massive fortune, but how can they overcome the intense family feud that stands between them?
The Computationer by Steve Turnbull: A brilliant Swiss-born girl, dragged by her family to Perth, Australia, sets off in search of a downed flyer to rescue its Babbage analytical.