Elementary: The Ghost Line

ELEMENTARY: The Ghost Line A brand-new novel tie-in to the popular Elementary TV series A summons to a body found riddled with bullets in a Hell’s Kitchen apartment is the start of a new case for Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson. The victim is a subway train driver with a strange Colombian connection and a… Read More

The Burning Dark

Praise for The Spider Wars: “An exciting new novel from an exciting new voice in SF.” —Booklist “Christopher has produced a widescreen Hollywood spectacular in novel form. Not to be missed.” —James Lovegrove, New York Times bestselling author “Smart, intricate, and viscerally gripping… Christopher carves a place for himself among the stars of his genre.”… Read More

Hang Wire

Praise for Hang Wire: “Christopher fulfils our expectations and more: just when we think the story couldn’t get any weirder, he adds a whole new layer of weird, bouncing from one unexpected moment of goofiness to another, keeping us stuck to our chairs until we think it’ll take an industrial-strength solvent to pry us loose. Days after finishing… Read More

The Age Atomic

Praise for The Age Atomic: “A wonderful novel, The Age Atomic proves that Adam Christopher can write sequels just as well as anyone. The most fun read of 2013 so far, and one of the best. 5/5” – The Founding Fields “The sequel to last year’s Empire State sees Christopher’s ‘pocket universe’ alt-Manhattan under threat from earth tremors, endless winter,… Read More

Seven Wonders

Praise for Seven Wonders: “Seven Wonders is everything that’s great about superhero novels – a fast pace, a complicated plot, iconic characters, and an unlimited effects budget. Absolutely wonderful.” – Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author of Discount Armageddon and Ashes of Honor “A blast of pure pleasure. This is Watchmen meets NYPD Blue, while The Incredibles stroll by; fast-moving action infused with Christopher’s infectious love of pulp fiction… Read More

Empire State

Praise for Empire State: “Christopher’s tightly plotted novel is a truly original debut that, while subtly referencing Orwell, Kafka, Marvel comics and Philip K Dick, manages to maintain its own distinctive tone – a genuine pathos and longing for something elusively other. Recommended.” —Eric Brown, The Guardian “As it happens, I’m a sucker for hard-boiled retro sci-fi stories;… Read More