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A Member of the Family

by Nick Vasile

Based on his own experiences in law enforcement--three decades of high-level mob investigations--Nick Vasile gives us a novel that reverberates with authenticity.Paul Dante is hired by the Washington D.C. Mafia...


Probability Moon

Probability #1

by Nancy Kress

Humankind has expanded out into interstellar space using star gates-technological remnants left behind by an ancient, long-vanished race. But the technology comes with a price. Among the stars, humanity encountered...


Probability Sun

Probability #2

by Nancy Kress

Salvation or Annihilation?

A strange artifact has been discovered on a distant planet, an artifact that may be the key to humanity's salvation. For we at war with the Fallers, an alien race bent on nothing short...


Relentless Pursuit

by Samuel M. Katz

Al Queda's war on America did not start on September 11, 2001. Just ask the Diplomatic Security Service.

It was on February 6, 1993, that the United States was first attacked on its own soil by foreign terrorists....


Black Brillion

by Matthew Hughes

Boro Harkless has devoted his life to the service of the Archonite Bureau of Security, the force tasked with keeping the peace among and within the city-states of Old Earth. An idealist driven by the memory...


Our Man In Washington

by Roy Hoopes

Roy Hoopes is a career journalist in Washington, DC, and the author of Cain, the Edgar Award-winning standard biography of James M. Cain. His first novel is an historical detective novel featuring James M. Cain...


The Amazon and the Warrior

by Judith Hand

The Legend of Penthesilea, Queen of the Amazons

For eight years, the besieged city of Troy has withstood the relentless might of the Greek invaders. Now the dread Achilles, mightiest of the Greek warriors, seeks...


Accidental Creatures

by Anne Harris

Anne Harris returns with an outstanding look at the near future. Never before has her technological insight been so acute, or her portrayal of sex and gender issues more startling or insightful.

A bio-technology...


Downriver

by Richard S. Wheeler

Barnaby Skye, seaman-deserter from the Royal Navy, Rocky Mountain trapper, and frontiersman extraordinaire, brings his Crow Indian wife, Many Quill Woman (whom Skye calls "Victoria"), to the trappers' rendezvous...


Voidfarer

The Moonworlds Saga #3

by Sean Mcmullen

At first Wayfarer Inspector Danolarian thought the huge oval thing that had fallen from the sky was a dragon's egg. When it opened, however, he knew that it was much, much worse. His world was being invaded...


The Huntress

by Christopher Keane & Dottie Thorson

When famed bounty hunter Ralph "Papa" Thorson is killed by a car bomb, his widow and daughter take over the family business, tracking down wanted felons. Initially they meet with strong resistance among the...


Cities of Gold

by William K. Hartmann

The Southwestern United States has become a battleground for those who promote new land development and those who wish to preserve the land’s beauty and heritage. Drawing together contemporary urban land-use...


One Step from Earth

by Harry Harrison

What if we could transfer objects, even people, across the galaxy in the blink of an eye? What hidden secrets would it reveal? What deadly dangers would it conceal? Will any part of human life be the same...


The Hammer & The Cross

The Hammer and the Cross #1

by Harry Harrison

865 A.D. Warring kings rule over the British Isles, but the Church rules over the kings, threatening all who oppose them with damnation. Only the dreaded Vikings of Scandinavia do not fear the priests.

Shef,...


The Technicolor Time Machine

by Harry Harrison

Why pay for costumes, scenery, props or actors when the most brilliant drama of all time is unfolding before your very eyes, in vivid color--in 1050 A.D.? Join the film crew of that stupendous motion picture...


Stonehenge

by Harry Harrison & Leon Stover

Three against an Empire! Ason: Prince of an ancient house, intent on restoring the keystone of his father's power, braves the limits of the land-rimmed sea to sail North, through the cold fog, to the icy island...


The Stainless Steel Rat Joins The Circus

The Stainless Steel Rat #9

by Harry Harrison

Slippery Jim DiGriz. The galaxy's greatest thief and con artist: the Stainless Steel Rat. For novel upon novel, Jim DiGriz has outfoxed the forces of conventionality, cutting a stylish swathe through dozens...


A Rebel In Time

by Harry Harrison

Can history be changed? Can the South still win the War Between the States? Colonel McCulloch thinks so...and his gold, his gun, and some very special blueprints stand behind him to help him prove it. Sargeant...


Skyfall

by Harry Harrison

Prometheus is the largest spacecraft ever built by man. A joint USA-USSR project, the gigantic ship weighs over 20,000 tons--and may be the ultimate solution to the world's energy needs. Like its mythical namesake,...


Queen Victoria's Revenge

Tony Hawkin #2

by Harry Harrison

Tony Hawkin wasn't really made for the FBI.  He rarely hit what he aimed at, forgot his own code name, and had a tendency to panic at the slightest hint of trouble.  Now he's gotten himself handcuffed to an...