London, 1865. A world being torn apart by supernatural terrors.Augustus Potts is a drunken adventurer who just wants a quiet life.His brother is a genius whose inventions unwittingly make bad situations worse.When an exiled demon uses the power of the Aether to create Hell on Earth, Augustus and his friends are cast adrift into a universe far larger and more terrifying than they could ever imagine.Can our unlikely heroes save not only themselves but all of humanity from the evil creatures unleashed by the opening of the Aether?Peter Oxley’s Infernal Aether Series is a dark gothic fantasy set in Victorian London, described as “fantasy at its best”, “epic” and “no holds barred”. If you like electrifying action, rich characters and fantastical demonic worlds, then you’ll love the Infernal Aether Series.For the first time, this volume brings together the novels The Infernal Aether, A Christmas Aether, The Demon Inside and Beyond the Aether into one complete box set. Over 1,000 pages; normally $12+ to purchase. Grab them all today for a fraction of that price!Pick up your copy of the Infernal Aether Series Complete Box Set now and begin an adventure you will never forget!
How can you save the world when it’s impossible to tell friend from foe? London, 1868.Augustus Potts is in trouble. The runic sword that gives him his supernatural powers is also turning him into the one thing he fears and despises the most: a demon.He’s not the only one: N’yotsu, the one-time saviour of mankind, realises that the only way he can survive is to turn back into the evil demon Andras. When his closest friends and allies start to disappear, Augustus finds himself in a race against time to save his soul as well as the whole world.For the Fulcrum is fast approaching, bringing a new magical Dark Age which will expose mankind to the full terrors of the Aether. More and more powerful demons are materialising on Earth, and it will not be long before humanity is overwhelmed.In this most desperate of times, when the line between good and evil is not just blurred but torn to pieces, could mankind’s greatest enemy also be our only hope?The Demon Inside is the second book in Peter Oxley’s Infernal Aether Series, a dark gothic fantasy set in Victorian London described as "fantasy at its best", "epic" and "no holds barred". If you like electrifying action, rich characters and demons galore, then you'll love The Demon Inside.Pick up The Demon Inside today and immerse yourself in the adventure!
The Adventure Continues... A Christmas Aether - Three brand new short stories from the universe of The Infernal Aether. "With the end of the terror of The Infernal Aether, surely humanity is safe at last?" In A Christmas Aether, Augustus Potts, beaten and bloody amidst the demon-infested London East End, is visited by three familiar spirits who reveal terrifying insights into the past, present and future. Can Augustus save himself before it is too late? In The Ballad of William Morley, a zealous police officer struggles with personal loss in the midst of increasing unrest resulting from the Aether's demonic invasion. Can he retain his sense of right and wrong while everything crumbles around him? Finally, the newly rediscovered scientific / occult document The Potts Demonology provides valuable insights into the changes which took place in the late 19th Century, as well as the creatures which forced this chaos onto the world. This book brings together three new stories following on from the events of The Infernal Aether and foreshadows the struggles to come in the next instalment: The Demon Inside.
The Aether always held the universe together… but in the nineteenth century, it just might tear it apart. London, 1865. Betrayed by his closest friend and rapidly drinking through his inheritance, Augustus Merriwether Potts returns to London in the hope of finding his fortune. Instead, he meets a mysterious stranger who thrusts him into a terrifying underworld of demons, ghosts and clockwork men. Fighting back against these new and unusual threats, Augustus and his friends come face-to-face with a creature which has been manipulating them and all humanity: a demon known as Andras, the God of Lies. Andras has a plan: to recreate the Earth in his own hellish image using the power of the Aether, a terrifying otherworld populated by creatures from beyond humanity’s worst nightmares. With the world’s governments in thrall to the demons, Augustus and his friends find themselves in the front line of this battle to save the world against all the odds. Dickens’ London has never seemed so scary. The Infernal Aether is the first book in a gothic fantasy series which has been described as “an elegant and chilling indulgence”. If you like page turners with unpredictable twists and chills then you’ll love Peter Oxley’s The Infernal Aether. Pick up The Infernal Aether and start exploring this terrifying new realm today.
Before the Infernal Aether there was... The Old Lady of the Skies.Venice, 1855Augustus Potts is lost and confused.A young man adrift, friendless in an alien continent, running from his mistakes and towards... he doesn't know.Until a chance encounter with a renegade aristocratic airship captain sends him headlong into a conspiracy which strikes at the heart of nineteenth century Venice. A terrible plot which could threaten the whole world.Can the unlikely allies unravel the mystery before it's too late?Plague: The Old Lady of the Skies Episode One. A novella from the universe of the Infernal Aether. If you enjoy cracking adventures, glamorous locations and fantastic steampunk machines, then you'll love Plague. Get it now and start the adventure today!
If you woke up with a gun in your face, what would you do?Plagued by mysterious dreams which are quickly becoming a real-life nightmare, where would you turn?What was the real truth behind the Iraqi invasion and the search for WMDs?What if the one person you relied on to keep you safe, instead became your jailer?Forced to confront the mistakes of your past, where would you hide?14 original stories with one red-hot connection… Burning.Thrillers to shock. Thrillers to excite. Thrillers to challenge and make you think.An anthology of 14 original short stories by a collection of outstanding thriller writers.Craig Hart’s "Loose Ends" thrusts a wise-cracking PI into the center of a deadly—and highly personal—case.In Fiona Campbell’s "From a Flicker to a Flame", a woman finds herself trapped, a prisoner in a loveless marriage.In "The Five Votive Candles of Joe Wray" by Simon Bewick, Joe Wray is a husband, a father, a brother and a business owner. They all need his protection. He doesn’t have a prayer.A mysterious man sparks unexplainable fires in Carla Day’s "Scintillation", where a woman’s dreams may be the clue to saving the world.The dark and seedy underbelly of the City of London is exposed in Will Patching’s "Old Flame": a tale of lust, greed and a decidedly nasty twist.The repercussions of the Iraq war and memories of WMDs plague the characters of Dana Lyons’ "Fire and Brimstone", with a weapon which could truly be the end of all things.In "Ava Edison and the Burning Man", by Marcus Cook, a thief with an unlikely accomplice faces a race against time to get a priceless jewel for a ruthless client.Tom Goymour’s "Circle of Friends" finds a man and his long-forgotten friends being forced to finally confront the mistakes of their youth.In Peter Ellis’ "Reprogrammed", a woman wakes in a strange warehouse with terrifying new abilities, but with no knowledge of how she got there.The hero of Michael Peirce’s "Accidental Operator" unwittingly becomes the key member of a new, highly deadly team of mercenaries."Valley of the Shadow" by Pat Moore is a moving exploration of love and loss, where those left behind suffer more than the ones they mourn.Lori Lacefield’s "The Fire Keeper" follows Frankie Johnson, an FBI Profiler, as she tries to decode a terrifyingly macabre fire ritual, before the killers strike again.Free will, morality and redemption lie at the heart of Simon Finnie’s "Burning", as a Professor is forced to confront the mistakes of his youth.And finally, in Peter Oxley’s "Burning Greed", a thief simply has to battle through a burning island to steal the score of his life: what could possibly go wrong?Burning - bringing destruction or a new beginning? To find out, get Burning: An Anthology of Short Thrillers - now!