- Spin State (2003) Bantam Spectra
- Spin Control (2006) Bantam Spectra
- Ghost Spin (2013) Bantam Spectra
In chronological order. Note that Foster says in the recently republished Bloodhype that it is the 11th in the series, and should fall between Running from the Deity and Trouble Magnet. (Bloodhype foreword, Del Rey, March, 2002).
Havent Read This series sense it came out, way back when, still good, not too badly “dated”
Once also known on the internet as the 163x series, Baen for a time called the Ring of Fire series, and it is as frequently called the 1632 Universe or 1632verse; however it is named, it is a best-selling success. The alternate history series starts when the inhabitants of a small town in the United States find themselves transported back to Central Germany … in the late spring (May) of 1631 with no way back. The first book title results because while the tale builds in 1631, the climax occurs when events in the Thirty Years’ War nearly overrun the town in 1632.
note: that i remember, bold == owned
These were also published as omnibus editions:
Bold == Owned
The Safehold series:
The series is mostly set around the 31st century, on a distant world dubbed “Safehold” where a group of humans has hidden themselves from an alien race known as the Gbaba. When first contact was made between the humans and the Gbaba, the aliens began an extermination campaign which nearly succeeded in destroying all known humans in the galaxy, including the entire population of Earth. The humans on Safehold managed to avoid detection by reverting to a pre-electrical and pre-industrial technology base and incorporating that into a religious belief system which discouraged scientific curiosity and forbade any higher technology on penalty of death.
Every book after the first one has a name taken from a hymn.
Bold == Owned