The year is 1929, and zeppelins carrying the world’s commerce ply the skies. Rifts still run deep between the powers of Europe and the Americas after the Great War came to a stalemate in 1921, and upstart powers like the Dutch Republic, the Third Reich, and the newly restored emperors of France vie for position with the old guard. Amidst the turmoil, far-flung colonies and independent states, cities and strongholds from Darwin and Soerabaja to Tortuga, harbor the scourge of the modern age: sky pirates, sweeping the trade lanes with daring and enterprise. Among them are Nathaniel Cannon and his Long Nines gang.
Nathaniel Cannon and the Lost City of Pitu
In Paris, Cannon encounters an old contact bearing news of a treasure in the East Indies—but will Cannon trust him after a past betrayal?
Nathaniel Cannon and the Secret of the Dutchman’s Cross
Long Nine Pietro di Giacomo’s cousin, a monk in Anatolia, needs a hand—and the Church is willing to pay well for the help.
Nathaniel Cannon and the Panamanian Idol
Two years after a disastrous job in the ancient ruins of a Panamanian city, Cannon and Iseabail Crannach follow the trail of a treasure they had to leave behind.
Nathaniel Cannon and the Hunt for the Majestic
Nathaniel Cannon and his Long Nines run afoul of the South Seas Brotherhood, unjustly blamed for shooting down a fellow pirate’s airship. Can they escape the combined wrath of all the East Indies’ sky pirates, and unseen foes besides?
Nathaniel Cannon and the Schneider Trophy
Taking a job from a mysterious air racer, the Long Nines hunt for a prizewinning seaplane racer—what will happen when they reach the shores of Southampton?