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The Iron Tree

The Crowthistle Chronicles #1

by Cecilia Dart-Thornton

Jarred is a young boy who has grown up among his mother's peaceful desert people. While Jarred loves his mother, he longs to know the history of his father, a journeyman who left years earlier, promising to...

Soldier of God

Kirk McGarvey #10

by David Hagberg


"My dearest mother," the letter from the young Saudi Arabian suicide bomber begins, as...

Against All Enemies

by Harold Coyle

The bestselling author of Team Yankee, "master of military fiction" Harold Coyle returns. In a novel both exciting and frighteningly realistic, Harold Coyle demonstrates once again that one of the nation's most...

Wild Turkey

by Michael Hemmingson

Phil Landsdale has problems. He's out of a job, heis son's a pyromaniac, and his wife is running out of excuses as to why she comes home from work every night six hours late.

In his newly appointed house-husband...

Proof Positive

by Philip Singerman

When his long-lost love and new bride Clara was brutally murdered in an Austrian mountain chateau while they were on their honeymoon, super-sleuth and undercover operative Roland Troy quits chasing criminals...

Shooting Script

by Elsa Klensch

Fresh from solving the murder of a fashion magnate's wife in Live at 10:00, Dead at 10:15, TV newsmagazine producer Sonya Iverson returns in Shooting Script, another luxurious thriller from Elsa Klensch.


Little Black Dress

by Loren D. Estleman


Multiple Shamus Award winner Loren D. Estleman is "a superb stylist as well as a deft storyteller [who] paints his people and his city with acerbic wit...

Irish Eyes

Nuala Anne McGrail #5

by Andrew M. Greeley

Nuala Anne McGrail, that beautiful Irish spitfire, now lives in Chicago with her husband, Dermot, and their new baby, Nellliecoyne. As Nuala fans may suspect, Nelliecoyne is no ordinary baby: she is fey like...

The Trikon Deception

by Ben Bova & William R. Pogue

In the near future: Earth is an ecological nightmare, and humanity may well go the way of the dinosaurs. But overhead orbits salvation. A vast metallic island in space, Trikon conducts research too risky to...

The Other Nineteenth Century

by Avram Davidson

A New Collection of Long Out-of-Print Stories From One of the Greatest Fantasists of the Twentieth Century

Avram Davidson, who died in 1993, was widely regarded as one of the most outstanding authors of short...

The American Zone

by L. Neil Smith

In the North American Confederacy . . .

People are free--really free. Free to do as they please, whether it be starting a business, running for elected office, or taking target practice in the back forty. There's...

In the Upper Room and Other Likely Stories

by Terry Bisson

In the Upper Room and Other Likely Stories is the new collection of sixteen fantastic, ironic tales by Terry Bisson. Terry Bisson uses the fantastic genres as do Kurt Vonnegut or Harlan Ellison, and like them,...


Century Next Door series #3

by John Barnes

Currie Culver is about fifty-five years old, in good health, living in a comfortable retirement in the Rockies with his wife. In the wake of the Meme Wars that swept the planet two generations before, Currie,...

Daisies in the Junkyard

by Michael Enright

From a priest who was in the trenches comes the heart-wrenching story of two kids on the mean streets of Chicago's South Side

South Chicago gives you lots of reasons to join a gang. Like, if you say no, they...

The Armies of Memory

Thousand Cultures series #4

by John Barnes

Giraut Leones, special agent for the human Thousand Cultures' shadowy Office of Special Plans, is turning fifty--and someone is trying to kill him.

Giraut's had a long career; the number of entities that might...

Not Quite Kosher

Abe Lieberman #7

by Stuart M. Kaminsky

An Abe Lieberman mystery

Abe Lieberman is a strong, sympathetic character, an Everyman whose love for his family is only matched by his quiet, zealous commitment to justice. "A figure out of Talmudic lore-endearing,...

Six Science Fiction & Fantasy Stories from the 2010 Locus Recommended Reading List

by Various Various Authors & Various Authors

Published continuously since 1968, Locus is the monthly trade magazine of the science fiction and fantasy publishing industry. Every February it runs an extensive survey of the original SF and fantasy published...

The Wind From Hastings

by Morgan Llywelyn

Edyth, wife of King Harold of England, disappeared forever on the day of the great Battle of Hastings in 1066, taking with her the legitimate heirs to the thrones of England and Wales. This is the story of that...

The Elementals

by Morgan Llywelyn

Morgan Llywelyn, internationally acclaimed author of 1916 and Lion of Ireland, returns with a powerful fantasy saga that sweeps from the dawn of history to our own near future. It is the story of Earth and her...

The Man Who Fought Alone

The Man Who #4

by Stephen R. Donaldson

In the sprawling new novel The Man Who Fought Alone, Stephen R. Donaldson tells a tale of a hero's dark night of the soul.

Mick Axbrewder has enough problems to kill any ten lesser men. He's a recovering alcoholic....