Lockheed Elite

Literary Titan’s Silver Book Award Winner – September 2017

“Never failing to entertain, Lockheed Elite establishes characters who could recur in a series that would find a loyal audience. Lockheed Elite stands out as a captivating, well-plotted science fiction novel that’s loaded with action and intrigue. It’s a rollicking sci-fi tale with twists and turns one does not always see coming.” Foreword Clarion Reviews

“Tyler Wandschneider’s Lockheed Elite is a thoroughly enjoyable sci-fi crime adventure akin to an episode of Firefly than anything else.” -Literary Titan

The Down and Dirty:

After Anders Lockheed unwittingly hires an undercover operative, he takes the bait that draws the attention of the very mastermind he’s been avoiding. Now Anders must flip the military and use them to pull off a monster heist to extract his crew from the heat mounting from both sides of the law.

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The Big Picture:

Working to pay off a blackmailer who has learned that a certain genius mechanic isn’t as dead as he was made out to be, Anders Lockheed takes his team on their biggest salvage op yet.

Unfortunately, Anders has hired an undercover military operative bent on using them as bait to draw out a mastermind who has been attacking the public with deadly mechs.

While on the scav op, things go from bad to worse as the crew of Elite One recover an abandoned woman aboard the claim. Now Anders must decide quickly—stay and fight or cut cables and run.

Either way, it’s too late. Someone has other plans for them. The trap has been set, they’ve rescued the woman and taken the bait, and before long Anders and what’s left of his dwindling crew must navigate with caution through the grips of the military and an especially vile outlaw.

But Anders doesn’t captain just another team flying the black. With a genius mechanic who uses his ragtag high-tech machine shop to aid them in getting in and out of trouble, they’ve earned a reputation as the best of the best. With Anders’s careful planning, this motley crew must band together and flip the military to use them on a monster heist and dig themselves out from the heat pressing in from both sides of the law.

Fly with them. They are clever, they are fierce, they are Lockheed Elite.


PRAISE FOR LOCKHEED ELITE

“Never failing to entertain, Lockheed Elite establishes characters who could recur in a series that would find a loyal audience. Lockheed Elite stands out as a captivating, well-plotted science fiction novel that’s loaded with action and intrigue. It’s a rollicking sci-fi tale with twists and turns one does not always see coming.” Foreword Clarion Reviews

“LOCKHEED ELITE was the 2016 Channillo Award winner for Best Science Fiction series, has remained on our most popular list since it began, and is a must-read for sci-fi fans.” – Channillo.com

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“Okay. So I loooove sci-fi; the classics like Bradbury and the new kids on the block like Weir. This series and this author will not disappoint soft and hard fans of the genre. Even those who have never delved into the world of sci-fi before will find this series entertaining, emotional, and exciting. Lockheed Elite gripped me right from the first word for two reasons: deep and believable characters, and subtle but edge of your seat action. I have so much to do, but I can’t stop reading this series! It led me to check out an excerpt from Pandora’s Chase, this author’s upcoming novel, and I am completely hooked there as well. Tyler, I think you will walk amongst the sci-fi giants very soon. Looking forward to reading more from you!”

– Jae Mazer (Author of Chrysalis and Clan)

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“Really enjoying this. You have a gift for dialogue, that’s for sure. Look forward to the next chapter.”

– Carol Anne Shaw (Author of You Can’t Judge a Bookstore by its Coven)

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“Just finished reading to chapter 2 – great start to the story. Really enjoying the idea of the story so far and mixing in a strong female character. Wondering what’s in the Destroyer!”

– Mark J Diez (Author of The Rise of Al’daer)

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