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Kelly Country: A John Grimes Novel

by A. Bertram Chandler

An If-Of-History Novel

The United States won its independence in 1776, and the world has never been the same since. What if Australia had followed suit? How would our world have been different? That's the theme...


The Scarlet Fig: Or, Slowly Through a Land of Stone, Book Three of the Vergil Magus Series

by Avram Davidson

The Last Manuscript of a Master

It began with an accident, as if Fate had a plan for Vergil Magus . . .

After his trials in the Very Rich City of Averno but before his crowning achievement of a certain magic...


Sandcats of Rhyl

by Robert E. Vardeman

Spacepedition!

Nightwind and his cyborg companion were an unlikely team by galactic standards, but they shared a fierce drive for independence and adventure. When they heard about the lost civilization, and...


The Bitter Pill

by A. Bertram Chandler

A Taut Story of Terrifying Credibility

The Bitter Pill is a novel of the near future as seen from 1974, extrapolating contemporary political and sociological trends to develop with frightening plausibility to...


Clash of Star-Kings

by Avram Davidson

On a mountaintop in Mexico, ancient galactic enemies meet!

On one side, the Great Old Ones, who had benevolently ruled the land in the days of the Toltecs, before the coming of the cruel Aztecs.

On the other...


The Phoenix and the Mirror: Book One of the Vergil Magus Series

by Avram Davidson

A Landmark Fantasy Adventure

Inspired by the legends of the Dark Ages, The Phoenix and the Mirror is the story of the mighty Vergil—not quit the Vergil of our history books (the poet who penned The Aeneid),...


Rogue Dragon: The Sequel to The Kar-Chee Reign

by Avram Davidson

Prime World: Home of the Universe's Most Elite Dragon Hunt

Generations after Liam and his tribe defend Britland from the Devils that threatened Earth, new danger stalks on her forests and rebuilt cities.

The...


Vergil in Averno: Book Two of the Vergil Magus Series

by Avram Davidson

He was a Master in Arts Magical, but not yet Incantor et Magus

Now Vergil Magus, the powerful sorcerer-poet, returns in the long-awaited prequel to Avram Davidson's bestselling novel of fable and magic, The...


The Enemy of My Enemy

by Avram Davidson

The Seven Signs of Tarnis Were:

Green eyes

Long fingers

Long ears, with tips

Smooth and hairless bodies

Full mouths

Slender feet

Melodious voices

Jerrod Northi—rogue, pirate, and a citizen of Pemath—was desperate...


Saurus

by Eden Phillpotts

A Cornerstone of Early British Sci-Fi

It arrived in the wee hours of the morning. Had an express train derailed? Were the Germans bombing the British countryside again? The truth was beyond Professor Toddleben's...


The Man from Hell: Classic Science Fiction Stories

by John Russell Fearn

This volume collects four classic tales from the SF pulp magazines by a master of the genre!

THE MAN FROM HELL...

From top to bottom the Brant Building became insubstantial, like the illusion of a dream world....


An Ungodly Child

by Rachel Green

Harold Waterman isn't like other boys, but when a clutch of interfering angels decide he's going to be the Antichrist that's going a bit too far. Grown up and stricken with a terminal illness by the angel of...


The Red Hotel

by Graham Masterton

Sissy Sawyer, an unredeemed hippy, has an uncanny ability to read the future - and the lives of those she holds dear may soon depend on it . . .- One afternoon, shadows started to flicker along the corridors...


Tending to Virginia: A Novel

by Jill McCorkle

This is the story of Virginia Turner Ballard, know to her North Carolina relatives as Ginny Sue. It's also the story of her mother, her grandmother, her great aunts, her closest cousin--three generations of...


Crash Diet

by Jill McCorkle

Here, from the remarkable novelist who wrote Ferris Beach, Tending to Virginia, July 7th, and The Cheer Leader, is Jill McCorkle's first book of short fiction. These eleven sparkling, uninhibited stories address...


The Dark Room

Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction 2001

by Rachel Seiffert

A debut novel that retells the history of twentieth-century Germany through the experiences of three ordinary Germans.

Helmut: A boy born with a physical deformity finds work as a photographer’s assistant...


Fractured

Will Trent #2

by Karin Slaughter

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Ansley Park is one of Atlanta’s most upscale neighborhoods—but in one gleaming mansion, in a teenager’s lavish bedroom, a girl has been savagely murdered. And in the hallway, her...


An Ill Fate Marshalling

Dread Empire Sequels #2

by Glen Cook

King Bragi Ragnorson decides to join Chatelain Mist’s coup against the Dread Empire. Varhlokkur — the King’s wizard — tries to dissuade Ragnorson from this chosen path, but only the drum-beat of war...


The Last Girls

by Lee Smith

On a beautiful June day in 1965, a dozen girls-classmates at a picturesque Blue Ridge women's college-launched their homemade raft (inspired by Huck Finn's) on a trip down the Mississippi. It's Girls A-Go-Go...


Creatures of Habit

by Jill McCorkle

Jill McCorkle's new collection of twelve short stories is peopled with characters brilliantly like us-flawed, clueless, endearing. These stories are also animaled with all manner of mammal, bird, fish, reptile-also...