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The Series Starter Collection

Lose yourself in a series with our collection of first books in science fiction, fantasy, murder mysteries, and more...

I love a good long book series. Getting lost in a fictional setting is a great feeling.

Taking that first step into a series, exploring new worlds, ideas, characters, histories, events. It's my perfect read. So it makes sense that we would stock quite a few series at Scarlet Ferret. Each book a Special Edition, with the promise of even more extras with each entry.

We've compiled this collection of first books in a series to get you started and help you discover your next favourite(s)!

Enjoy!


Silver Moon

by Catherine Lundoff

Becca Thornton, divorced, middle-aged and trying to embrace her quiet existence, discovers that life still holds plenty of surprises when her menopause comes with bonus lycanthropy.

£4.99

Author/Publisher Receives £3.99

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including Kindle.

Why you'll love Silver Moon

What a fun read! Menopausal werewolves, a town to protect, and a love to be found.

Becca didn't think the change was THAT literal. But that's what you get in Wolf's Point, I suppose. The name must come from somewhere...

A great concept, and lovely, warm, fast-paced writing.

Can't wait for Book 2!

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The Terrace

by Caroline Gilfillan

Rags Whistledown lands on her dad’s doorstep with just her suitcase, guitar and debts for company. But a chance encounter draws her into a murder mystery she must solve.

£4.99

Author/Publisher Receives £3.99

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Why you'll love The Terrace

Running away from debt, Rags stays with her father in his house on the eponymous terrace. She finds herself tangled up in the goings on of the street, or rather inserts herself into them. Rags is a skilled investigative journalist though, even if she did mess that particular career up.

The ensemble cast and varied points-of-view build an exciting and fast-paced story.

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Fermi's Progress: Dyson's Fear

by Chris Farnell

The Fermi is Earth’s first faster-than-light capable spaceship. It’s also its last. The moment the Fermi's engines engage, it unleashes a shockwave that vaporises entire planets, entire solar systems.

£2.99

Author/Publisher Receives £2.39

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including Kindle.

Why you'll love Fermi's Progress: Dyson's Fear

This book got me hooked!

It delivers hard science fiction, pathos, beautifully dark comedy, a dig at every lazy sci-fi trope in existence, plenty of laughs, and is simply a must-read.

You know what you're getting into from the clever book titles. The humour is Jonathan Swift meets Red Dwarf. And the science is terrifyingly accurate...

...unfortunately!

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Dragon Sisters

by Joyce Chng

Enter a world of fantasy and magic and recipes set in Qing China. What happens when Xiao Xiao, a daughter of an Imperial Courtesan, finds a magical green pearl in the hands of her adoptive little sister?

£3.99

Author/Publisher Receives £3.19

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including Kindle.

Why you'll love Dragon Sisters

Chng's calm, unpretentious prose leaves the reader free to follow the sentences without having to work out the meaning. The eye just slides down the page without a hitch, the words fuelling the imagination without slowing things down with unnecessary over-description. Her characters are matter-of-fact and impulsive and despite being young, are not foolish, and she doesn't patronise the reader. The story moves fast and keeps you interested.

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R/evolution

by Tenea D. Johnson

In the near-future US the struggle for survival pushes citizens to breaking point as relationships fracture along lines of class and race.

£3.99

Author/Publisher Receives £3.19

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including Kindle.

Why you'll love R/evolution

Thoughtful, precisely written, well-designed and powerful, Johnson's R/evolution is a book filled with likeable, admirable, 3-D characters (as well as some unpleasant ones). It's about the future struggle for Black emancipation, but while it plainly acknowledges the basic right of that desire, it draws attention to the flaws of extreme thinking, the quandaries that must be considered or else the cause be willfully misunderstood (and even when they are considered, it still is), and underscores how easily equality is ripped away from-or never even truly within the grasp-of those who have always been systematically and systemically oppressed. It's about classism and racism, systemised and individual. I loved it and I'm hungry for the next part, Evolution. If you want books that are truly meaningful, this one's for you.

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Happy Reading!

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Cover of In the Sweep of the Bay

In the Sweep of the Bay

by £2.99

This warm-hearted tale explores marriage, love, and longing, set against the majestic backdrop of Morecambe Bay, the Lakeland Fells, and the faded splendour of the Midland Hotel.

Cover of Silver Moon

Silver Moon

by £4.99 Book 1/2

Becca Thornton, divorced, middle-aged and trying to embrace her quiet existence, discovers that life still holds plenty of surprises when her menopause comes with bonus lycanthropy.

Cover of R/evolution

R/evolution

by £3.99 Book 1/2

In the near-future US the struggle for survival pushes citizens to breaking point as relationships fracture along lines of class and race.

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