Rth Rising Series


Book 1 – Rth Rising

A headstrong girl, Kat has been raised in a colony far from her ancestral home of Rth.  She comes up against the will of Puter – the computer programmed on Rth to serve them, but also control them.

Thwarted from the area of study Kat yearned for- a doctor – by Puter’s increasingly puzzling decrees, nevertheless, Kat determines to excel in her assigned profession – Enforcer.

As an enforcer, Kat learns even more about the infrastructure of the arcology she inhabits and the minds of the people who try to break Puter’s rules. She is assigned by her mentor, and head of the enforcers, to hunt down and return a ‘shirker’, any colonist who tries to escape Puter’s authority.  Kat sets out to make her mentor proud.

This shirker, Davd, a handsome and mysterious fellow enforcer, is more than she bargained for, and sparks fly when he turns the tables on her, capturing and kidnapping her away from all she knows.

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Book 2 – Rth Claimed

Kat and Davd along with a small handful of family and friends have managed to escape Puter and now live outside in freedom. But that leaves thousands trapped inside the arcologies under Puter and the sabotaged programming whose sole purpose is to condemn the colony.

Can Kat’s Aunt Castra and her young protégé dismantle the programming that has already killed Kat’s father and grandfather? And is time running out?


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Book 3 – Rth Home

The colonists of New Home are now free from the control of Puter, it’s time to move out of the arcologies and onto the planet.  However after more than three generations, they have no idea how to live ‘outside’.

With the volunteers to be trained to live outside, an unexpected reunion with an old flame brings confusion and old feelings up for Ralt.

Training and exchanging ideas has to come as well as exploring the land that is now available to them. When Kat and Davd lead a team overland from Garttown to Centerport, the discover the answer to questions about their new planet they didn’t even know to ask.

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