Take a thrill ride into the day after tomorrow through a Europe fractured by seismic change.

An American journalist in Moscow uncovers a startling twist in American-Russian relations. A health-care administrator fights to keep medical services afloat amid a crumbling NHS in post-Brexit England. A Ukrainian soldier struggles to reconcile his pre- and post-war identities.

This collection of short stories and beautifully rendered maps takes readers where academics and think tank philosophers dare not tread. Written by journalists and experts from regions of geopolitical unrest who have witnessed great upheaval and threats both foreign and domestic, these fictionalized accounts depict the all-too-real failings of ideology and idealism in a Eurozone dystopia that has already arrived.

This collection features works by Conrad Zielan, Constantine Bouchagiar, Preston Smith, Peter Galuszka, David J. Doesser, Daria Sapenko, Graham Thomas, Fergal Parkinson, Nick Eaden, and Peter Heather. Stories include:

• Belgium: “The Paper Trap”
• Ukraine: “Frontier Sans Medicine”
• Germany: “Shifting Syrian Sands”
• Cyprus: “Beaches and Banks”
• The Baltics: “The Promised Land”
• Ireland: “Ode to a River”
• Estonia: “When Moscow Comes Calling”
• Scotland: “Prose and Politics”
• Hungry: “The Director”
• England: “Medical Care Sans Money”

ERIC C. ANDERSON was a former US Intelligence officer and author of several thrillers including the recent “New Caliphate” trilogy – Osiris, Anubis, and the cyberthriller Byte.

ADAM DUNN is the author of the “More” series – Rivers of Gold, The Big Dogs, and Saint Underground.

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“The way we board airplanes and trust they’ll deliver us safely is a leap of faith that former intelligence officer Eric C. Anderson shatters in his newest edge-of-the-seat thriller. Final Flight picks up where Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 left off, with us wondering what happened to that airplane and all those innocent passengers. In this rocket-paced novel’s world, Anderson leads us to believe that airline passengers are merely pawns in a war between aircraft maintenance companies, Chinese intellectual-property thieves, tattooed Japanese yakuza hitmen, and ruthless Russian mobsters. And he does it so well that readers will find themselves weak in the knees and nauseous at their very next TSA strip search. Final Flight is a thriller not to be missed, unless you’re ever planning on flying again.”

—Steven Hartov, New York Times best-selling author of The Soul of a Thief


It’s 2023. Former Air Force maintenance officer Jason Montgomery and his erstwhile wrench-twister, Rob “Ski” Kalawski, have just landed the gig of their lives. China Air’s aging fleet of Boeing 777s now desperately needs navigation hardware and software upgrades. It’s a multimillion-dollar contract, and they’re just the guys to do it. Too easy, right?

Wrong. The Japanese firm supplying the gear knows the Chinese will reverse-engineer and steal it, so they’ve planted a deadly navigation bug to trigger at the first sign of theft. Jason’s just the middleman, but he finds himself trapped between yakuza gangsters, a tattooed dragon-lady sales exec, and murderous Russian mobsters looking to make a profit on the missing airplanes and passengers. If these crazies don’t start behaving like moral adults, people are going to die by the hundreds . . . and they do.

Final Flight, the latest prescient tale from the man who brought us the “New Caliphate” trilogy and Byte, might make you think twice before boarding the next plane. 

ERIC C. ANDERSON was a former member of the U.S. intelligence community who served in Hawaii, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Washington D.C., his work focused on Northeast Asia—specifically China and North Korea. A prolific author, his bibliography includes Take the Money and Run: Sovereign Wealth Funds, Demise of American ProsperityChina Restored: The Middle Kingdom Looks Forward to 2020, Sinophobia: The Huawei Story, the “New Caliphate” fiction trilogy that includes Osiris, Anubis and Horus, which are based on his military experiences, and Byte, a thriller depicting the use of cryptocurrency as a tool for political regime change.

ERIC C. ANDERSON passed away on October 5, 2018. His vast literary contributions, from his fiction writing to his understanding of the complex intelligence and military challenges facing Western democracies, are incalculable.

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Her friends call her “Roller” because of her wheelchair, but the witty, wise-cracking, pistol-packing agent is better known at the CIA as “the Veterinarian.” She’s the woman dispatched to cage big dogs and bring the bits and bytes to heel.

When Roller’s superiors discover the balance of power between the U.S. and Russia is about to run off the rails, she’s called upon to head a cyber strike team and face off with her arch-nemesis, a female hacker from the depths of the Dark Net. There’s $50 billion of oligarch money at play, bitcoins to intercept, and evidence of a surging cyberattack on the global infrastructure that could kill thousands.

Some days it just doesn’t pay to roll into work.

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ANUBIS by Eric C. AndersonAs if the slaughter of thousands of U.S. citizens in Baghdad wasn’t enough – now the Caliphate has a new plan in the highly anticipated second installment of Eric C. Anderson’s New Caliphate Trilogy, ANUBIS (Dunn Books; June 5, 2018). ANUBIS picks up where Osiris left off, on an incendiary mission of soldiers, spies, statesmen and sellouts, all thrown together to either save the world – or see it destroyed.

Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant More and U.S. Army Special Forces Major Faheem are once more thrust to the front as the world braces for a hurricane of terror.

With the enigmatic U.S. president dead, his hated political opponent about to be inaugurated, and ISIS attacking on multiple fronts, will America and her allies surrender to terrorists and withdraw from the Middle East? There’s only one way for More and Faheem to staunch the crisis—calling upon a cyber-warrior. The clock is ticking as rivers of blood run through the capitals of Europe, Africa and North America.

By Eric C. Anderson
Dunn Books/June 5, 2018
$18.95 USD/243 pages
Hardcover ISBN: 978-0-9962352-7-3

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OSIRIS by Eric C. Anderson (Dunn Books; September 12, 2017) takes readers on a twisted path from the glittering palaces of Qatar to the dusty hell of central Iraq, replete with drunken Russian pilots, conniving American politicians and unlikely heroes in a test of sheer will and technical expertise pitted against national pride and suicidal zealotry.

By Eric C. Anderson
Dunn Books/September 12, 2017
$18.95 USD/212 pages
Hardcover ISBN: 978-0-9962352-3-5

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HORUS ends the thrilling “New Caliphate” trilogy, which began with OSIRIS and ANUBIS, where megalomaniacs battled zealots and America was caught in the crossfire.

U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant More and U.S. Army Special Forces Major Faheem hoped to never see one other again. But, warlords and fanatics on the march in the Middle East have no regard for others.

With ISIS on its heels and the Caliph on the run, Turkish strongman Recep Erdogan revives the Ottoman Empire. The Kurds refuse to get out of his way. Poison gas in play, the jihadi have set Europe aflame, and cyber-criminal ODIN has found his way to a keyboard. More and Faheem discover that North Korean has sold cruise missiles to terrorists. Can they stop these madmen before mushroom clouds light up the world?

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Eric C. Anderson: Author Novel Osiris


Meet Eric C. Anderson

Eric C. Anderson: Author Novel OSIRIS is a retired member of the U.S. intelligence community who served tours of duty in Hawaii, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia and Washington, D.C. A former academic, he taught at the University of Missouri, University of Maryland, Air Force Academy and National Intelligence University. During his career, he produced more than 600 articles for the President’s Daily Brief, National Intelligence Council, International Security Advisory Board and the Department of Defense. In addition, he is the author of Take the Money and Run: Sovereign Wealth Funds and the Demise of American Prosperity, China Restores: The Middle Kingdom Looks Forward to 2020, Adopting Ainsley: There’s No Place for a Car Seat on a Motorcycle and Sinophobia: The Huawei Story. A life-long sailor and biker, he claims to have spent endless hours on boats and put over 300,000 miles on a variety of Harley-Davidsons.