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The Last Aerie

Necroscope #7

by Brian Lumley

Nestor and Nathan Kiklu are the twin sons of Harry Keogh, the Necroscope. United by blood, they also share some of their father's awesome powers--but what they do with those gifts cannot be more different!

Nathan...


The Majority Rules

by Eugene Sullivan

Political connections had secured for Tim Quinn a seat on the appellate bench ... but in the court presided over by Chief Judge Harry Winston; Tim still had to learn

The Majority Rules

Tim Quinn, a Washington...


An Obituary for Major Reno

by Richard S. Wheeler

Major Marcus Reno is a controversal figure, a man accused of being responsible for the worst disaster ever to befall the army of the United States. He had been one of George Armstrong Custer's senior officers...


Spellbinder

by Melanie Rawn

There is magic in the big city…literally. New York City has a small, and by preference discrete, population of witches and wizards who live and love and go dancing just like everyone else. Holly McClure is...


Mindworlds

by Phyllis Gotlieb

How can you stop a conspiracy of telepaths? The alien Lyhhrt are powerful enough to read the human mind; if they find you know too much, they can erase your memory, or simply stop your heart. The normally peaceful...


Kiln People

by David Brin

In a perilous future where disposable duplicate bodies fulfill every legal and illicit whim of their decadent masters, life is cheap. No one knows that better than Albert Morris, a brash investigator with a...


A Tremor in the Bitter Earth

The Tielmaran Chronicles #2

by Katya Reimann

It is a time for celebration in Tielmark, at long last free from the age-old rule of the decadent but powerful Bissanty empire. Yet as the young glamour witch Gaultry Blas travels to witness the sacred rites...


Trial By Fire

by James Reasoner

December 7, 1941

"A day that will live in infamy," is how President Franklin Delano Roosevelt described the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. With a devastating stroke, World War II was no longer a strictly European...


Criminal Element

Larry Cole series #9

by Hugh Holton

Chicago police sergeant Joe Donegan came to the department with a plan. To him the police badge was a license to steal, a free ride, and an easy way to get whatever you want, whenever you want--without suffering...


The Romantics

by Peter Brandvold

The Romantics is a thrilling adventure shot through with danger and heroism, with greed and jealousy, and with love and honor.

The daughter of a Hispanic landowner, Marina Clark has been given a map that purports...


Perfect Dark: Second Front

by Greg Rucka

The war between dataDyne and the Carrington Institute is heating up. Carrington offices around the globe are being systematically targeted and destroyed by unknown forces, and the casualties are mounting, and...


The Impossible Bird

by Patrick O'Leary

There is a place--a world--where famine and poverty do not exist.

Nor sickness nor misery nor unhappiness of any kind.

Is it Heaven?

As two brothers are about to discover,

it's more like Hell.

Michael Glynn is a...


Going For Infinity

by Poul Anderson

More than just a collection of some of Poul Anderson's most acclaimed works, Going for Infinity is both a celebration and a memoir of Anderson's distinguished sixty-year career in science fiction and fantasy....


Death to Spies

by Quinn Fawcett

Was Ian Fleming a master spy?

After years of serving in the intelligence community, Ian Fleming retired--and soon thereafter created James Bond, that debonair, dashing hero of countless novels and films.

But what...


Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda: Destruction of Illusions

by Keith R. A. DeCandido

Captain Dylan Hunt of the Andromeda Ascendant--a mighty vessel of the Systems Commonwealth that encompassed three galaxies-- finds himself a man out of time. Three hundred years have passed, the Commonwealth...


For Love and Glory

by Poul Anderson

From the multiple Hugo and Nebula Award-winning Grandmaster, a new novel of classic science fiction adventure

Mystery, discovery, and wonder on a cosmic scale are the core of Anderson's latest novel. Lissa, a...


Blood Brothers

Necroscope #6

by Brian Lumley

The vampires have been vanquished! Harry Keogh and the armies of the dead have destroyed the evil that once plagued the world. Nathan and Nestor, secret twin sons of the Necroscope and a proud gypsy woman, were...


The World's Finest Mystery and Crime Stories: 2

by Ed Gorman

It's not easy to collect, in a single volume, the finest mystery and suspense fiction the world has to offer, but The World's Finest Mystery and Crime Stories: Second Annual Collection rises to that challenge,...


Unity

Battlestar Galactica #4

by Steven Harper

A prophecy is fulfilled when Peter Attis is rescued from the Cylons in order to save humanity with "the plague of the tongue." Or so it seems…

While harvesting algae for conversion into food, the beleaguered...


Dark Light

Engines of Light Trilogy #2

by Ken MacLeod

A Tale of Humans In a Universe of Ubiquitous Alien Life

Intelligence, it turns out, is rare--on planetary surfaces. It thrives everywhere else, from the Oort-cloud fringes of star systems to the magma furnaces...