Mr. V’s Books

Novels by Edward Hoornaert

Science fiction is my first love as a reader, but at heart I’m a romantic (I married my high school sweetheart and am still happily married) and it seems love and romance always creep in somewhere.

And because I view the cosmos with ironic eyes, humor always creeps in there, too. I can’t help it!

Science Fiction Romance:

  • The Alien Contact for Idiots series
  • Repelling the Invasion series
    • The Guardian Angel of Farflung Station — The waif-like genius is the most dangerous person on Farflung Space Station. The space pirates don’t know that.
      They’re about to find out.
    • Escapee — The African Queen in outer space … with the roles reversed!
    • Constellation XXI (coming soon!) — Sienna’s unglamorous job is to guide incoming freighters to a safe docking at the space station. But when telepathic aliens with a startling secret seize her tugship, Sienna’s job is suddenly the most important in the entire galaxy.
    • Love thy Galactic Enemy — Mystery, mizzets and mayhem populate this tale of interstellar espionage and romantic intrigue.

 Science Fiction:

  • The Trilogy of Tompa Lee
  • The Solid Gold Aliens – For five hundred years, the aliens were no threat. But they were just waiting . . .
  • Future Love, a short story collection. A spaceman wins the woman of his dreams . . . but it’s too late. A crook invents a new form of pornography . . . but it teaches him about love, not sex. A man pursues his beloved beyond death . . . but finds only the evil in his own heart.

Contemporary Romance

Written in the late 80’s and early 90’s, these books were my first forays into writing fiction. They were written under the pseudonym Judi Edwards:

 

Note:  Not included here are a couple of non-fiction programming books I wrote ages ago — because they aren’t novels, obviously.

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