No Ship for Tranquebar

by Karen C. Evans, Kevin H. Evans

Book Cover: No Ship for Tranquebar
Editions:Kindle
Pages: 111

Every alternate history series has to have airships!

1632 isn't going to give you steam-punk armored dirigibles, but these adventurers do want to send a steam driven airship from Copenhagen to the Bay of Bengal!

Can they? Will they? Do they? Read and find out!

An earlier version story was previously serialized in the Grantville Gazette. We are happy to offer this unitized edition.

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About the Authors

Karen C. Evans

Kevin and Karen Evans were married twenty years ago, and lived five years in Germany (pass the schnitzel), four years in Kansas (we’re not in Oz any more), three years in Oklahoma (got here sooner than I thought), three years in Texas (howdy y’all), and have now been five years in New Mexico (red or green chili?).

Perhaps it is the dry thin air here, or the ghosts of numerous writers, but starting in 2006 we began to write together. Being pleased with the results, we plan on continuing to write together, and hope that editors will continue to appreciate the results.


Kevin H. Evans

Kevin and Karen Evans were married twenty years ago, and lived five years in Germany (pass the schnitzel), four years in Kansas (we’re not in Oz any more), three years in Oklahoma (got here sooner than I thought), three years in Texas (howdy y’all), and have now been five years in New Mexico (red or green chili?).

Perhaps it is the dry thin air here, or the ghosts of numerous writers, but starting in 2006 we began to write together. Being pleased with the results, we plan on continuing to write together, and hope that editors will continue to appreciate the results.