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Welcome to the Fiction/Novels section of the Astrospace web site.

Since the completion of the first novel ‘A Ghostly Diversion’, the Astrospace Fiction side of Paul’s life has blossomed with nine novels plus one omnibus edition and a collection of New Years short stories published by the time of this update (February 2024).  
All books are available as Kindle and Kindle POD (Print On Demand).
The James Hansone Ghost Mysteries’ (JHGM link in menu) comprises of: ‘A Ghostly Diversion’, ‘Secrets of Grasceby Manor’, ‘Return to De Grasceby Manor (and the Search for Helen)’ and  ‘James and the Air of Tragedy’, 'The Haunting of Grasceby Rectory (and the Devon Mystery)' and book 6: 'Spectre of the Grasceby Flier', now published (April 2nd 2024).

The James Hansone Ghost Mysteries Omnibus Vol 1 is a single book with the first five Ghost novels in one book and now available.

There is now a shorter book of short stories where James and Sally host a New Years Eve party and their guests have to tell a short story. 'The James Hansone New Years Tales' Volume 1 is now published with Vol 2 expected for late November in time for Christmas/New Year 2024

Apocalyptic novels include 'Fragility of Existence' and 'Fragility of Survival' already published with two more planned in the 'Fragility' series.

The first full blown science fiction series involves the ‘StarVista 4’ Saga and is a trilogy set in Paul’s fictional universe of the ‘Galactic Arm Association (GAA). The trilogy consists of:
'The Last Voyage of the StarVista 4 ' (now published, November 2021)
'The Fate of the StarVista 4' - published November 2023
'The Legacy of the StarVista 4' (publication ~ late 2024)

'This New Horizon' is a novel almost complete that has tentative links with the GAA universe and will itself have at least three sequels - more details to follow in due course.

Several other books are also in development that may or may not be part of the GAA universe and their details will be added in due course.
Paul hopes you find the novels interesting and enjoyable!