~ #1: THE HELIOS LEGACY ~
It was supposed to be a simple escort mission…
Two days on a train, trade the boy for a case of rations, then two days back home. Simple. But somehow nuclear winter has never been harder for Juno Radcliffe — ex-guerrilla and war hero, demoted to babysitter as she escorts a young boy across the wasteland. Stranded on the icy tundra and pursued by assassins, she has her work cut out for her; and at the end of the trail is a dreaded reunion with the lover she spurned years ago.
Enter Midgard, a nuclear winter dystopia ruled by a fascist matriarchy, where men are stored and treated like cattle, and several madwomen fight for supreme dominance. At the center of their power struggle is a young boy who misses his father, and an ex-commando searching for her last chance at redemption.
~ #2: KINGDOM OF FAMINE ~
Juno faces her most dreaded adversary: her relatives.
When ex-commando Juno Radcliffe gets word of her estranged mother’s suicide, she returns to her dystopian home town to bury the hatchet along with her. The moment she gets off the train, the past assaults her with embittered sisters, childhood crushes, obnoxious dogs, and a smitten war comrade with ultraviolent tendencies.
Trouble is, the more Juno wonders about her mother’s death, the more everyone urges her to get out of town. And the more they urge her to leave, the stronger her own urge gets — the urge to gut the city’s corrupt underbelly.
~ #3: LAST OF THE GHOST LIONS ~
A robot apocalypse looms on the horizon…
After surviving a robotic drone attack in her own neighborhood, Juno gladly accepts the dangerous task of hunting the drone’s creator and bringing him to justice. As the only surviving member of the notorious Ghost Lion commando unit, she’s the ultimate hunter.
Her mission takes her back to Jotunheim for the first time since the end of the war, where she quickly finds herself unwelcome everywhere she goes: from a land of femnazis and male slaves, to a macho dictatorship where women soldiers are forbidden, culture shock becomes the least of her worries. The trail leads to an old enemy who has a few bones to pick with Juno…and will take her pick of those bones from Juno’s corpse.