Bio: Born and raised in the Midwest, Anderson Gentry?s life has been shaped by wartime service as an Army officer, years as a business owner, and a lifetime of writing. This is his first major work of science fiction.
Anderson Gentry now makes his home in the heart of the Rocky Mountain West with his wife and three daughters.
The Grugell War is over. The Galaxy is at peace, with uneasy diplomatic relations established between the Confederacy and the Grugell Empire. Follow along for two post-war adventures of The Crider Chronicles' Captain Jean Barrett as she and the crew of the armed privateer starship Shade Tree struggle to make a living in the post-war Confederacy by accepting whatever jobs come their way. Sometimes they're legal--and sometimes not. The first volume includes two stories: Plague Ship Captain Barrett... more info>>
2356 CE A tense but long-lasting peace followed the First Galactic War. While diplomatic relations were established between the Confederacy and the Grugell Empire, the relationship remained tentative. Aided by the newfound ability to calibrate scanners to function during subspace transits, cross-border traffic became somewhat more enthusiastic. In a robust display of market economics, each side swiftly discovered that the other had commodities worth trading for. An illegal but brisk trade develo... more info>>
The nations of humanity thought they were alone in the Galaxy. They were wrong, and now humanity faces a threat greater than all the wars in all their history. From the mountains of Idaho to the depths of space comes Mike Crider, the one man who might just be able to save them. Through guerilla battles in the deep woods, canyons and prairies of the wilderness world Forest, through the struggle to set up a new interstellar government, through the battles of the first Galactic War, the Crider fami... more info>>