Friday, 22 February 2019

Suzanne Palmer

Novels | Biblio. & Rights Info
Finder (forthcoming from DAW)
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Untitled #3

Novellas | Biblio & Rights Info
Detroit Hammersmith: Zero-Gravity Toilet Repairman [Retired]
Books of the Risen Sea

Short Fiction | Biblio & Rights Info
“The Secret Life of Bots”
“Number Thirty-Nine Skink”


Praise for FINDER

“A nonstop SF thrill ride until the very last page.”


“Palmer makes short-distance space travel feel as comfortable as riding a bicycle, and concludes this entertaining caper with a clever resolution and a hint of intrigue. Fans of space adventure will find this a fine example of the form.”

Publishers Weekly

“If you’re looking for a fun, little jaunt into a believable backwater with lots of intrigue, fun, and unsettling reminders of how fragile we all can be, this is one book that manages to encapsulate that mixture quite well. Suspenseful and funny without resorting to tired tricks… this has quickly become the frontrunner for my favorite book this season.”

Fanbase Press

“It has been a long time since I enjoyed a SF novel this much. Finder is a raucous good time! Suzanne Palmer’s Fergus Ferguson is charming, imperfect, always in trouble, and a most resourceful rogue. I can’t wait for his next adventure. Characterization at its finest. Firecracker dialogue. Suzanne Palmer had me hooked, charmed, and howling with delight by the end of the first act. Finder is a marvelous first novel. Bravo all the way around.”

—W. Michael Gear, New York Times-bestselling author of Outpost


Finder proves hard SF, done brilliantly, is passionate, powerful, and brimming with humanity. Be it daily life or war in zero g, realistic communities in space or making us laugh at what clever beings we humans are, Suzanne Palmer nails it. I cannot wait for more. Highly recommended.”

—Julie E. Czerneda, author of Search Image


Finder is a breathless ride.”

—Jacey Bedford, author of Empire of Dust



1. Finder

1. Detroit Hammersmith: Zero-Gravity Toilet Repairman [Retired]
2. Books of the Risen Sea

  • #1 — Winner of the 2016 Locus Award for Best Novelette
  • #2 — Winner of the 2017 Locus Award for Best Novelette

Short Fiction
1. “The Secret Life of Bots”
2. “Number Thirty-Nine Skink”