Books by Lesley L. Smith

CONSERVATION OF LUCK by Lesley L.  Smith
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 14, 2017

"Entertaining, femalecentric, escapist reading for poolside."
In this sci-fi novel, a revolutionary new technology has unforeseen consequences as a young scientist creates a "quantum" computer that endows her with unusually good luck. Read full book review >
A JACK BY ANY OTHER NAME by Lesley L.  Smith
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: April 5, 2017

"Skulduggery, sex, and Shakespeare abound in a sci-fi tale full of sound and fury, signifying fun."
A murdered secret agent is cloned and sent back to the stars to undertake more missions—including investigating his own killing—in the first installment of Smith's (Kat Cubed, 2016) Space Operetta series. Read full book review >
KAT CUBED by Lesley L.  Smith
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: July 5, 2016

"A wheels-within-wheels yarn that isn't perfect but sure takes readers for a spin."
In Smith's (Reality Alternatives, 2016, etc.) sci-fi tale, an experiment opens portals to alternate universes and three variations of the same young woman struggle in environments warped by climate change. Read full book review >
QUANTUM MURDER by Lesley L.  Smith
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 13, 2016

"A light and whimsical sci-fi whodunit with a college campus backdrop."
In this sequel, a physics teacher becomes a prime suspect when a colleague's death cues a new wave of crimes inspired by mental feats of quantum reality-bending. Read full book review >
REALITY ALTERNATIVES by Lesley L.  Smith
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: May 27, 2016

"Dark energy disrupts domestic tranquility in a pleasant sci-fi diversion with a family-hour vibe."
A college physicist uses computer technology to enter a parallel world in which she has a great family and an improved personal life—but also telekinetic superpowers that put all their lives at risk. Read full book review >
QUANTUM COP by Lesley L.  Smith
ROMANCE
Released: May 15, 2016

"A light sci-fi romance, apt reading material for watching the waves (or particles) at the beach."
A Colorado university physicist learns she can warp reality with mind power alone, but when news of her talent leaks, a rash of "quantum crimes" hits Boulder and beyond. Read full book review >