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Empire Games

Set in the multiple world universe of his Merchant Princes series, Hugo Award-winning author Charles Stross’s Empire Games novels are techno-thrillers of inter-dimensional political intrigue and espionage featuring alternate reality superpowers engaged in shadow wars, and the paratime traveling agents who serve them.

“If you like the spy novels of Ian Fleming, or Len Deighton, as I do, but also appreciate a genre twist, then you’ll love Empire Games. It is intelligent, entertaining and yet also a little scary.”—SFFWorld.com

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    • Empire Games (Volume 2)
      Charles Stross
      Tor/Forge

    • Hugo Award-winning author Charlie Stross dives deep into the underbelly of paratime espionage, nuclear warfare, and state surveillance in this provocative techno-thriller set in The Merchant Princes...

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  • Empire Games
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    • Empire Games

    • Empire Games (Volume 1)
      Charles Stross
      Tor/Forge

    • Hugo Award-winning author Charlie Stross hits the ground running with Empire Games, provocative techno-thriller and fresh storyline in the Merchant Princes universe.

      It’s 2020. ...

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      • Audio Book
      • eBook

Charles Stross

Charles Stross is the author of the bestselling Merchant Princes series, the Laundry series, and several stand-alone novels including Glasshouse, Accelerando, and Saturn's Children. Born in Leeds, England, in 1964, Stross studied in London and Bradford, earning degrees in pharmacy and computer science. Over the next decade and a half he worked as a pharmacist, a technical writer, a software engineer, and eventually as a prolific journalist covering the IT industry. His short fiction began attracting wide attention in the late 1990s; his first novel, Singularity Sky, appeared in 2003.  He has subsequently won the Hugo Award twice. He lives with his wife in Edinburgh, Scotland, in a flat that is slightly older than the state of Texas.

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