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Marko Kloos


Germany

Marko Kloos is a novelist, freelance writer, and unpaid manservant to two small children. He is a graduate of the Viable Paradise SF/F Writers' Workshop.

Marko writes primarily science fiction and fantasy because he is a huge nerd and has been getting his genre fix at the library ever since he was old enough for his first library card. In the past, he has been a soldier, a bookseller, a freight dock worker, a tech support drone, and a corporate IT administrator.

A former native of Germany, Marko lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children. Their compound, Castle Frostbite, is patrolled by a roving pack of dachshunds.

Genres: Science Fiction, Horror
 
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Admiral (2016)
(Admiral, book 1)
Sean Danker
"A fast-paced and engaging intrigue, with characters the reader will be attached to and root for despite their flaws and faults...The Martian meets Bourne Identity by way of Alien."
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Switchback (2017)
(Nightshades , book 2)
Melissa F Olson
"Nightshades is a tautly written paranormal mystery, and Melissa Olson’s bloodsuckers don’t screw around. This is a suspenseful, fast-paced, enjoyable read?a bloody-knuckled X-Files with a dash of Silence of the Lambs, featuring the scariest vampires this side of Peter Watts’ Blindsight."
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Planetside (2018)
(Planetside, book 1)
Michael Mammay
"PLANETSIDE is a smart and fast-paced blend of mystery and boots-in-the-dirt military SF that reads like a high-speed collision between Courage Under Fire and Heart of Darkness."
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Cry Pilot (2019)
(Cry Pilot, book 1)
Joel Dane
"Joel Dane's Cry Pilot is a hyperkinetic and unflinching battle narrative that never loses sight of the truth of being a soldier: the squad comes before all else. Told with momentum and immediacy, Cry Pilot is authentic, exciting, and excellent."
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Red Noise (2020)
John P Murphy
"...the whole thing is just plain fun."

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