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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,...


Candle

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 Tor.com Science Fiction & Fantasy Stories from the 2010 Locus Recommended Reading List

by 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 a sprawling new novel, 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. He's also healing-painfully...


Thunder of Time

Thunder #2

by James F. David

Ten years ago, the prehistoric past collided with the present as time itself underwent a tremendous disruption, transporting huge swaths of the Cretaceous Period into the world of the twentieth century. Entire...


Gravelight

Light #3

by Marion Zimmer Bradley

Wycherly Musgrave is the perfect drunken, ne'er-do-well youngest brother. Beneath his lighthearted manner, however, lies . . . something dark. Now, afraid that in a drunken blackout he may haev murdered a young...


The Parafaith War

Parafaith Universe #1

by L. E. Modesitt, Jr.

Some bad ideas go back a long way and this one goes all the way back to the original home planet: Someone's god told them they had a right to more territory--so they figure they can take what they want by divine...


Rulers of the Darkness

Darkness #4

by Harry Turtledove

Beginning with Into the Darkness, Darkness Descending, and Through the Darkness, bestselling author Harry Turtledove ("The master of alternative history"-Publishers Weekly) has been telling an epic tale: the...


The Fire Arrow

by Richard S. Wheeler

Barnaby Skye, the most durable and unforgettable character in modern Western fiction, returns in this harrowing tale of survival from his early years in the Rockies.

In the midst of a brutal winter, Skye's beloved...


The Silent Warrior

The Forever Hero #2

by L. E. Modesitt, Jr.

Thousands of years in the future, Earth is a desolate ruin. The first human ship to return in millennia discovers an abandoned wasteland inhabited only by a few degenerate or mutated human outcasts. But among...


In the Country of the Blind

by Michael Flynn

In the nineteenth century, a small group of American idealists managed to actually build Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine and use it to develop Cliology, mathematical models that could chart the likely...


The Masada Scroll

by Paul Block & Robert Vaughan

In the great tradition of novels like The Robe by Lloyd C. Douglas and, more recently, Christ the Lord by Anne Rice and Stone Tables by Orson Scott Card, The Masada Scroll is bold and reverent, with deep and...


Port Hazard

Page Murdock #7

by Loren D. Estleman

Hired killers, sent one by one to Montana Territory after Page Murdock. Murdock doesn't know why someone wants him out of the way, but he knows where they're coming from.

Thus begins Murdock's descent into a...