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Order of the Air Omnibus!

As we get ready for the official release of Wind Raker next week, there is a new ebook omnibus of the Order of the Air! This is all three of the first books for $5.99! If you've been considering whether you wanted to give the Order of the Air a try, check out the omnibus. Yes, it's the complete books, unabridged. And very soon -- Wind Raker!

Here's the synopsis:

LOST THINGS: In 1929 archeologists began draining Lake Nemi in search of the mysterious ships that have been glimpsed beneath its waters since the reign of Claudius. What they awakened had been drowned for two thousand years. For a very good reason.

Veteran aviator Lewis Segura has been drifting since the Great War ended, fetched up at last at the small company run by fellow veterans and pilots Alma Gilchrist and Mitchell Sorley, assisted by their old friend Dr. Jerry Ballard, an archeologist who lost his career when he lost part of his leg. It’s a living, and if it’s not quite what any of them had dreamed of, it’s better than much that they’ve already survived. But Lewis has always dreamed true, and what he sees in his dreams will take them on a dangerous chase from Hollywood to New York to an airship over the Atlantic, and finally to the Groves of Diana Herself….

The world is full of lost treasures. Some of them are better off not found.

STEEL BLUES: In this sequel to Lost Things, when the Gilchrist Aviation team tries to win the money to keep the business going by placing first in a coast-to-coast air race, things get complicated! A stolen necklace, a runaway Russian countess, and a century-old curse seem like trouble enough, but then there's New Orleans, and the unsolved murders of the New Orleans Axeman. But what if the murderer is one of them?

SILVER BULLET: Mad Science and Magic

A series of mysterious plane crashes in the Rocky Mountains in the midst of a Depression winter call Air Corps reservists Mitch Sorley and Lewis Segura out to fly search and rescue, but it's more than just a simple navigational hazard. Fortunately Mitch and Lewis are more than just pilots. With Lewis' wife Alma and their old friend Dr. Jerry Ballard they're members of an esoteric Lodge dedicated to the protection of the world.

The Silver Bullet Mine is haunted -- or is it? Can ghosts bring down aircraft? And are the small-time crooks who are interested in the Mine simply looking to make a buck -- or the vanguard of something more evil and deadly? Aided by their former con artist office manager Stasi Rostov, they've got to get to the bottom of what's happening at the Silver Bullet Mine before more lives are lost.

It may be that Jerry holds the key not only to Silver Bullet, but to an even more dangerous secret, one that men have killed to gain for two thousand years. The Lodge is in deep, and there is only one man who can help them, the legendary scientist Nikola Tesla!


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Feb. 6th, 2015 12:04 pm (UTC)
Thank you for tweeting it. I think you will like Silver Bullet when you get to it!
Feb. 6th, 2015 06:40 pm (UTC)
That's a bargain! I already have them all and have pre-ordered Wind Raker, but I've linked this on my Facebook so others can enjoy :)
Feb. 6th, 2015 07:48 pm (UTC)
Thank you! It is a bargain. I'ts 40% off buying them individually.
Shawn Edwards
Feb. 7th, 2015 03:26 am (UTC)
Thanks for the heads up! I haven't read this series. Now is as good a time as any:).
Feb. 9th, 2015 05:33 pm (UTC)
I think you'll enjoy it! It's the same kind of team adventure that Stargate is, team as family, with a variety of action/adventure settings. I'd love to hear what you think. I'm very curious who your favorite character will be.
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