A daring hostage rescue leads to the discovery of an imminent terrorist attack. Thanks to the Outriders, thousands of lives are saved. Until they aren’t.

Despite the intelligence and the warnings provided by the unit, the terrorist attack goes off unhindered. What was supposed to be a triumph becomes a tragedy, and a “mission completed” completely unravels. And when they learn the reasons why, the Outriders find themselves tasked with stopping a war before it can ever start.

A dangerously cunning woman who most assuredly should be dead has seemingly returned. And her plans aren’t just devastating, they might be unstoppable.

How do you defeat a hidden enemy when you can’t let them know they’ve been discovered?

You send in the Outriders.

File Under: Science Fiction

Book Info:

UK Print
Date: 5th May 2016
ISBN: 9780857664501
Format: Medium (B-Format) Paperback
R.R.P.: £8.99

North American Print
Date: 3rd May 2016
ISBN: 9780857664518
Format: Small (Mass-Market) Paperback
R.R.P.: US$7.99 / CAN$9.99

Ebook
Date: 3rd May 2016
ISBN: 9780857664525
Format: Epub & Mobi
R.R.P.: £5.49 / US$6.99

More Angry Robot Books by This Author:

The Legend of the Duskwalker Series

1. Three (World: August 2013)
2. Morningside Fall (World: May 2014)
3. Dawnbreaker (World: August 2015)

Buying Info:

UK Print & Ebook
Amazon.co.uk | Book Depository | Waterstones | WHSmith

North American Print & Ebook
Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | BarnesandNoble.com | IndieBound.org

Global DRM-Free Epub & Mobi Ebook
On-sale 3rd May 2016 from the Robot Trading Company

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Author Info:

Jay Posey: WWW | @HiJayPosey on Twitter

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Praise and Reviews for Jay Posey:

“Posey has constructed a really unique world, one that steps to the side of the usual zombie tropes and provides an apocalypse that’s at once unfathomable, but also believable. That’s no mean feat.”
SF Crow’s Nest

“What really drew me to this book was the mix of elements. It’s post-apocalyptic. It’s a western in styling. It’s science fiction–sometimes rather hard science fiction. It’s a bit of a fantasy, too. The blend of fantastical elements with the science fiction ones, which are in turn harnessed to the western post-apocalyptic setting is a matter of brilliance on Posey’s part.”
On Writing

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