TWO SERIES, ONE AUTHOR: THE HEMRY E-BOOK MEGABUNDLE—ONLY FROM BAEN!Stark's War series "A gripping tale of military science fiction, in the tradition of Heinlein's Starship Troopers and Haldeman's Forever War." —Absolute Magnitude on Stark's War. " [H]igh caliber military science fiction . . .non-stop action and likable characters." —Midwest Book Review on the "Stark" series. Fight for Honor on the Moon and Beyond! Welcome to a perfectly imagined near future in space that's a heartbeat away from our own present. Humans have colonized the Moon, and now that the place is exporting actual resources back to Earth, old rivalries assert themselves. A vastly more bureaucratic and oligarchic United States claims sole ownership. Opposing them: a consortium of rogue states and brigand nations who are just as vile—and full of politically-correct, self-righteous outrage to boot. It's hypocrisy versus mendacity on an interplanetary scale. And, of course, the enlisted soldiers and non-coms once again get the screws applied first, last, and always. Not to mention the hapless colonial civs who have the bad luck to be thrust into a shooting war on a world that's already deadly by definition! Enter Sergeant Ethan Stark. Community college dropout. Enlisted grunt. Magna cum laude graduate of the school of hard knocks. Somewhere along the way, Stark has acquired the instinct for courage, bravery, and honor so sorely missing within the officer corps of the new military. So what to do when your officers are malignant careerists or utter fools Stark tries everything. Judiciously ignore them. Finesse a way around them. And when mutiny is inevitable (and the only just course available) Stark knows his task is to make sure the mutineers WIN. Yep, one old truth still applies: the guys and gals at the sharp end of the stick had better hang together—or they will most assuredly hang separately! Expert extrapolation. Human and humane characters. The drama of space-based battle, up close and personal! This series has it all. If you're looking for military science fiction with that touch of realism, retired U.S. Naval Officer (U.S. Naval Academy, '78), John G. Hemry delivers: a first-rate tale-spinner who knows the military from the inside out. JAG in Space series "[An] absorbing and credible novel of space navies and justice . . . outstanding suspense, realism, and characterization."—Booklist on John G. Hemry's "JAG in Space" series. The Legal Thriller Blasts Off to Space! Welcome to the U.S. Space Navy, circa 2100 A.D. Do words like duty, principle, and responsibility still mean something Lieutenant and Judge Advocate Officer Paul Sinclair thinks they do. Sinclair's convinced that if humanity is to survive long-term in space, justice (and an airtight bulkhead) is all that stands between humanity and rapid extinction. Here is the entire Sinclair saga—courtroom drama, grand adventure, spaceship battles. They're all here. But most of all this is the epic tale of a good man surrounded by very fallible, very human characters—all jammed together in a tin can in space and sent on the adventure of a lifetime. Four entries in the intrepid and compelling "JAG in Space" chronicles, together for the first time. First: The Caine Mutiny is revisited in the outer solar system, as the captain of Sinclair's ship, the U.S.S. Michaelson, obliterates a seemingly unarmed vessel that shows signs of gearing up for attack. Unfortunately, it's all a deadly mistake. Looks like court-martial time for a certain trigger-happy commander. But a greater principle is at stake: the captain of a ship alone in the depths of space possesses a great and terrible freedom that must be protected, or the lives of the crew will be in even greater danger. For Sinclair, the time has come to take a stand for what is just—even if he happens to hate his commanding officer's guts! Then: A suspicious fire rages in the propellant compartment of the Michaelson. When the investigation implicates a young commander whose father just happens to be an admiral, Sinclair faces the combined wrath of his superiors who are quite clear they expect nothing short of exoneration. Will Sinclair fold and let a non-com's career go down in flames You must be thinking of another JAG. Next: Sinclair's girlfriend and engineering officer, Jen Shen, is onboard as the Maury, the Michaelson's sister ship, explodes in a ball of destructive fury. Even worse news: someone aboard intentionally detonated the ship. Someone with ties to the enemy South Asian Alliance military. Could Jen be the saboteur Finally: a fanatical, Branch-Davidian-like cult takes illegal possession of an asteroid big enough to cause another extinction event on Earth. But as reprisal threatens to become slaughter, Sinclair is faced with a moral nightmare: can the death of innocent children ever be justified Even when there's a treacherous spy to catch and a system-wide war to avert The John G. Hemry mega-volume will be available in the reader-friendly, unencrypted formats Baen Ebooks is known for. Titles include Stark's War, Stark's Crusade, Stark's Command, as well as A Just Determination, Burden of Proof, Rule of Evidence and Against All Enemies in the Paul Sinclair "JAG in Space" series. For the next three months, the combined works- seven complete novels—will go for $30. No dead tree crumble; no shipping fees. Then, AFTER the three months is up (April 2009), the e-volume "dissolves" and we'll offer the individual ebook titles for $5 each. Discover one of the best-kept secrets in military SF: the complex, adventurous worlds of John G. Hemry!