If you find alien technology … don’t turn it on.
Beyond the farthest reaches of explored space, survey ship Cerberus arrives at an unclaimed planet to find a deserted vessel already in orbit. When newly commissioned captain Janet Hollander leads a team to the derelict, they find an ancient alien artifact on board.
As her own crew members begin to disappear, Hollander learns that neither the ghost ship nor the planet are as lifeless as they appear. She must survive long enough to find out what happened to the derelict—before she and her crew suffer the same fate.
PRG Reviews -- 4 out of 4 Stars
"... scary and exciting ... I highly recommend this book but don’t read it in the dark."
“Mark All’s Derelict is the perfect tribute to a much-loved genre. I went into this book knowing that it would hit all of my favourite beats of space horror, and I was delighted that I got exactly what I wanted: mystery, dread, suspense, action, and of course, horror. If you love “Event Horizon” (1998) or the Dead Space video games, then you will have a blast with this book.”
— H.L. Moore, author of Heart Of Dust and Soul Of Ash, Books 1 & 2 of the Death’s Embrace series
"Mark All’s Derelict grabs the reader by the throat in the opening pages and doesn’t let go. This sci-fi thriller heats up quickly when the crew of Cerberus boards an abandoned spaceship – which we soon find is not as derelict as it appears – orbiting a distant planet with some terrifying surprises of its own. This deftly plotted page-turner is a gripping read. With intense action, a deliciously memorable foe, and a conclusion that both satisfies and leaves the door open for sequels, Derelict delivers."
– Rhonda Pressley Veit, author of “The Humdinger,” “Upland Wildlife,” and others
“Nobody rocks horror like Mark All.”
Scott Nicholson, author of the After series, The Red Church, and many others
"Mark All takes us into the world of heavy metal music in this fast-paced horror thriller that really delivers on the chills."
Mark Lukens, author of Ancient Enemy and others