Get it in paper?

All volumes listed are available from your local bookstore — ask them to order if the books aren’t in stock.  If you don’t have a local bookstore, Lee and Miller recommend Uncle Hugo’s Science Fiction Bookstore.  Uncle Hugo’s does mail order worldwide.  Also available from Barnes and Noble and from Amazon.  A source for collectors is White Unicorn Books.

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Liaden Universe® Novels (space opera)

Omnibus editions:
These four volumes include the entire Liaden Universe® backlist: 10 books for the price of four — such a deal.

The Dragon Variation, Baen, June 2010 (includes three full-length novels: Local Custom, Scout’s Progress, Conflict of Honors)

The Agent Gambit, Baen, January 2011 (includes two full-length novels: Agent of Change, Carpe Diem)

Korval’s Game, Baen, May 2011 (includes two full length novels: Plan B, I Dare)

The Crystal Variation, Baen, September 2011 (includes three full length novels: Crystal Soldier, Crystal Dragon, Balance of Trade)

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Liaden novels featuring Theo Waitley:

Fledgling, Baen, September 2009
Saltation, Baen, April 2010
Ghost Ship, Baen, August 2011
Dragon Ship, Baen, September 2012

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Other Liaden novels:

Mouse & Dragon (sequel to Scout’s Progress), Baen, June 2010
Necessity’s Child, Baen, February 2013
Trade Secret (sequel to Balance of Trade), Baen, November 2013

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The Fey Duology (dark fantasy)

Duainfey, Baen, September 2008
Longeye, Baen, April 2009

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Other Space Opera

The Tomorrow Log, Meisha Merlin, February 2003
Sword of Orion,  Phobos Books, October 2005

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Sharon Lee’s Maine Novels

Mysteries:
Barnburner, SRM Publisher, 2002. Now available from Lulu
Gunshy, SRM Publisher, 2006. Now available from Lulu

Fantasy:
Carousel Tides, Baen, October 2010
Carousel Sun, Baen, February 2014
Carousel Seas, Baen, January 2015