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Alexander, Lloyd. The House Gobbaleen. $15.99.
Picture book illustrated by Diane Goode.
Andersen, Hans Christian. The Emperor's New Clothes and Other Stories. $.95.
Reprints six stories from The Penguin Complete Fairy Tales and Stories of Hans Christian Andersen (1974), translated by Erik Christian Haugaard. A Penguin 60s selection.
Andersen, Hans Christian [Neil Philip, editor and translator. Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen. $19.99.
Illustrated by Isabelle Brent.
Anderson, Poul. Harvest the Fire. $19.95.
Short novel set in same future as Harvest of Stars and The Stars Are Also Fire. 24 of the 190 pages are illustrations by Vincent di Fate.
Anderson, Poul. The Stars are Also Fire. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Sequel to Harvest of Stars ($5.99).
Anderson, Jack. Millennium. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Anthony, Patricia. Conscience of the Beagle. $5.50.
Reprint 1993 hardcover.
Anthony, Piers. Geis of the Gargoyle. $5.99.
Xanth 18: reprint 1995 hardcover. Allegedly a February 1996 paperback, if one is to believe the copyright page. Cover Darrell K. Sweet.
Anthony, Piers and Richard Gilliam, editors. Tales from the Great Turtle: Fantasy in the Native American Tradition. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover original anthology, with stories by Anthony, Dann, Friesner, Gorman, Hausman, Linaweaver, Resnick, Rusch, Sargent, Yolen and others.
[Babylon 5] John Vornholt. Blood Oath. $5.50.
Babylon 5 3.
Baker, Alan. Brown Rabbit's Day. $7.95.
Picture book illustrated by the author.
Baker, Alan. Gray Rabbit's Odd One Out. $7.95.
Picture book illustrated by the author.
Balfour, Bruce. Star Crusader: A Novel. $5.99.
Novel based on Take 2 Interactive Software.
Ball, Margaret. Lost in Translation. $5.99.
Cover by Courtney Skinner and Newell Convers.
Barnes, Steven. Firedance. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Sequel to Streetlethal ($4.99) and Gorgon Child ($4.95).
Barron, T. A. Heartlight. $4.99.
Cover by Darrell K. Sweet.
Beagle, Peter S. and Janet Berliner, editors. Peter S. Beagle's Immortal Unicorn. $25.00.
Original unicorn anthology with stories by Anderson (Kevin J.) & Moesta, Bryant, de Lint, Fowler, Kushner, Lustbader, Marano, Mason, Scarborough, Sheckley, Shetterly, Shwartz, Smeds, Somtow, Tarr, Taylor (Lucy), Tem, Willard, Williams (Tad), Wolverton and others.
"New and old ideas brought together by new and old talents. Made for unicorn lovers and haters! (p.s. who does this Marano guy think he is? Trying to get away with writing horror for a fuzzy unicorn story! Some nerve, no matter how talented he is!"--Andrew
Bartok, Mira and Christine Ronan. Ancient and Living Cultures Stencils: Ancient Greece. $9.95.
[Bellairs, John] Brad Strickland. The Vengeance of the Witch Finder. $3.99.
Lewis Barnavelt 5: reprint 1993 hardcover. Frontispiece by Edward Gorey.
Bloch, Robert. Once Around the Bloch. $14.95.
Reprint 1993 hardcover.
"Utterly delightful memoir covering not only SF, horror and Hollywood, but also politics and a host of other oddities. Recommended."--Debbie
Bonansinga, Jay R. Sick. $5.99.
Bowen, Gary. Queer Destinies: A Chapbook of Erotic Science Fiction. $5.95.
[Bradbury, Ray] Stephen Leigh. Ray Bradbury Presents Dinosaur Conquest. $4.99.
Cover by Nicholas Jainschigg; illustrations by Courtney Skinner. A Byron Preiss Book.
Bradfield, Scott. Animal Planet. $22.00.
Bradley, Marion Zimmer. Ghostlight. $22.95.
Wraparound jacket art by Mark Hess.
Bradley, Marion Zimmer, Andre Norton and Mercedes Lackey. Tiger Burning Bright. $23.00.
Bright, Susie, editor. Best American Erotica 1995. $12.00.
Brin, David. Brightness Reef. $22.95.
Yes, it's the first of the new Uplift Trilogy. Cover art by Michael Whelan shrunk tiny in Jamie S. Warren's Youll jacket design
"Ten years have passed since Dave Brin's award-winning Startide Rising concluded brilliantly with one of the most rousing battle-and-chase scenes in modern science fiction and the final image of Gillian Baskin thumbing her nose at the pursuing Galactic fleet. Like kids at a Saturday matinee short, we were left eagerly anticipating the next installment in the adventure: Did Streaker manage to elude the fleet? Did Tom and Toshio manage to make it through the transfer points in the fragile skiff? Is *anyone* (or anything) going to rescue Earth from the organised fanaticism of Galactic society? When Brin announced the publication of the sequel, Brightness Reef, earlier this year we had some hope that we would find out the answers.
"Well, we don't (yet). With Brightness Reef, Brin gives us a richly detailed, inventive, and challenging work which poses many more questions and answers almost none. This is a book which demands the reader's undivided attention for every single one of its 500-plus pages. It has complex, intertwining story lines in which every word counts. Brightness' pacing is almost glacial in the first third of the book as Brin carefully constructs a new world in his Uplift universe. The action picks up exponentially after that until the last 100 pages become a maelstrom of activity and intrigue. Those who enjoy a challenging read will be well rewarded by Brightness Reef.
"Brightness Reef is best enjoyed on its own terms without thinking of it as Startide's sequel. It is a great introduction to Brin's universe for newcomers as well as a worthy successor in the Uplift series. A word of advice to Startide readers: if you're at all tempted to skip ahead to the end, resist! The ending is best enjoyed at the proper time and you'll thank yourself for holding off until then."--Steve
Brite, Poppy Z. [and Martin H. Greenberg], editor[s]. Love in Vein: Twenty Original Tales of Vampiric Erotica. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Includes stories by de Lint, Devereaux, Engstrom, Hodge, Holder, Koja & Malzberg, Monteleone, Salmonson, Wolfe and others.
Burgess, Anthony. A Clockwork Orange. $10.00.
Reprint 1986 revised edition of 1962 hardcover, restoring the final chapter but dropping the glossary.
Burke, James and Robert Ornstein. The Axemaker's Gift: A Double-Edged History of Human Culture. $27.95.
Burroughs, William S. Ghost of Chance. $14.99.
Reprint 1991 limited edition hardcover.
Butler, Octavia E. Bloodchild and Other Stories. $18.00.
All of Butler's precious few pieces of short fiction, plus two essays.
"An essential book for any science fiction collection."--Dave
"Butler at her best will tear out your heart and return it slightly modified--at least three of her very best works of any length are in this book."--Debbie
Callander, Don. Dragon Rescue. $5.50.
Sequel to Dragon Companion ($5.50).
Card, Orson Scott. The Tales of Alvin Maker 4: Alvin Journeyman. $24.95.
Sequel to Seventh Son ($4.99), Red Prophet ($4.99) and Prentice Alvin ($4.95).
Collins, Nancy A. Midnight Blue: The Sonja Blue Collection. $14.99.
Omnibus reprinting Sunglasses After Dark (1989)and In the Blood (1992) and publishing the third novel, Paint It Black, for the first time.
Collins, Nancy A. and Edward E. Kramer, editors. Forbidden Acts. $5.99.
Original horror anthology with stories by Clegg, Koja & Malzberg, Moore (Alan), Nutman, Shirley, Taylor, Tem, Wagner and others. Introduction by Joe Bob Briggs.
Cox, Greg and T. K. F. Weisskopf, editors. Tomorrow Bites. $5.99.
Reprints werewolf stories by Anderson, Blish, Chandler, Niven, Smith (Clark Ashton), Wolfe and others.
Crichton, Michael. The Lost World. $25.95.
Sequel to Jurassic Park ($6.99).
"This book starts off by resurrecting a character who died in the previous book but lived in the movie. Good for a laugh--watch out for expository lumps."--Janet
Datlow, Ellen and Terri Windling, editors. Black Thorn, White Rose. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Original anthology by Cadnum, Constantine, Kandel, Kress, Snyder, Straub, Waldrop, Wrede, Yolen, Zelazny and others. Cover by Thomas Canty.
Datlow, Ellen and Terri Windling, editors. The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighth Annual Collection. $16.95.
Over 250,000 words in 542 pages.
Datlow, Ellen and Terri Windling, editors. The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighth Annual Collection. $27.95.
Hardcover edition of trade paperback above.
Davies, Robertson. A Gathering of Ghost Stories. $.95.
Reprint six stories from High Spirits (1982). A Penguin 60s selection.
de Lint, Charles. Memory and Dream. $6.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Cover by John Howe.
Demi. The Magic Gold Fish. $17.95.
Picture book adaptation of Pushkin story.
[Doherty, P. C. as] 'Ann Dukthas'. Time for the Death of A King. $4.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. A Nicholas Segalla time-travel mystery.
Douglas, L. Warren. Stepwater: An Arbiter Tale. $4.99.
Egan, Greg. Permutation City. $4.99.
Reprint 1994 British trade paperback.
Eulo, Ken and Joe Mauck. Claw. $5.50.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Farris, John. Dragonfly. $23.95.
Feintuch, David. Prisoner's Hope. $5.50.
Sequel to Midshipman's Hope and Challenger's Hope ($5.50 each).
"While recovering from a duel, the Admiralty at Hope Nation sends the utterly unsuitable Seafort off to a diplomatic mission. Can Nicky stop a revolution? Stay tuned for the next exciting episode . . . "--Jan
Feynman, Richard P. QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter. $9.95.
Reprint 1985 non-fiction hardcover. Princeton Science Library.
[Forgotten Realms] Elaine Cunningham. Daughter of the Drow. $16.99.
A novel of the Underdark.
[Forgotten Realms] Troy Denning. The Titan of Twilight. $5.99.
The Twilight Giants 3: cover by John and Laura Lakey.
[Forgotten Realms] R. A. Salvatore. Siege of Darkness. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Francis, Dick. Come to Grief. $23.95.
Equine thriller. Long-awaited Sid Halley; Sequel to Odds Against and Whip Hand.
"Jockey-turned-detective Halley strikes out on his own (without customary sidekick Chico Barnes) to unravel the puzzle of how a good friend could be the culprit responsible for mutilating promising young racehorses. This is Francis at his best--his most compelling novel since Bonecrack. Recommended!"--Jan
Francis, Dick. Wild Horses. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Mystery.
"Thomas Lyon is set to direct a blockbuster movie about an unsolved crime from years ago--but too many people are upset about the hidden secrets he might discover. What is fiction and what is reality? Great film atmosphere. Recommended."--Jan
Friedman, C. S. Crown of Shadows. $21.95.
Coldfire Trilogy 3: concludes trilogy begun by Black Sun Rising and When True Night Falls ($5.99 each).
"Worth the two year wait. She brings the story to a beautifully thought-out conclusion with some elegant and unexpected twists. I highly recommend this whole series. (I do not recommend reading this book on its own without having read the others. While everything really crucial to understanding what is happening is re-mentioned, what makes this such a good read is the complexity and depth of what is being tied together.) I really, really liked it. And the cover is incredibly beautiful as well as spot on."--Jennifer
Garcia Marquez, Gabriel. Bon Voyage, Mr President and Other Stories. $.95.
Reprints four stories from Strange Pilgrims (1993), translated by Edith Grossman. A Penguin 60s selection.
Gardner, Craig Shaw. Dragon Sleeping. $5.99.
The Dragon Circle 1: reprint 1994 hardcover.
Garrett, Laurie. The Coming Plague: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance. $14.95.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Non-fiction.
Gear, Kathleen O'Neal and W. Michael Gear. People of the Lakes. $6.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Godwin, Parke. The Tower of Beowulf. $23.00.
Gogol, Nikolai. The Overcoat and the Nose. $.95.
Reprinted from Diary of a Madman and Other Stories (1972), translated by Ronald Wilks. A Penguin 60s selection.
Greenberg, Martin H. [and Ed Gorman], editor[s]. Celebrity Vampires. $4.99.
Original vampire stories by Collins (Barbara), Collins (Max Allan), Crowther, Douglas, Elrod, Haber, Lutz, Rusch, Williamson (J. N.) and others.
Greenberg, Martin H., Jill M. Morgan and Robert Weinberg, editors. Great Writers & Kids Write Spooky Stories. $17.00.
Original stories by writers and their children/grandchildren, including Campbell (Ramsey), Hautala, Jakes, Lansdale, McCaffrey, Straub and others. Illustrated by Gahan Wilson (is that his child in the photo?).
Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm. Grimm's Fairy Tales: Nine Stories. $.95.
A Penguin 60s selection.
Gurney, James. Dinotopia: The World Beneath. $29.95.
Hambly, Barbara. Traveling with the Dead. $22.00.
Sequel to Those Who Hunt the Night ($5.99).
"Nice. Not as compelling as Those Who Hunt the Night, but well paced and written, with interesting character development. (This suffered some in my mind because of being read immediately after reading (more like complete immersion in) the C. S. Friedman -- Friedman is exploring metaphysical issues like sacrifice and the nature of redemption, and Hambly is telling a vampire story with cleverness and panache. Except for both having vampires as main characters, there is very little these books have in common.)"--Jennifer
Hambly, Barbara and Martin H. Greenberg, editors. Sisters of the Night. $12.99.
Original female vampire stories by Cadigan, Effinger (a Marid Audran story!), Hambly, Harrison (M. John), Hoffman, Kurland, Lee, Niven, Paxson, Rusch, Smith (Dean Wesley), Wheeler, Yolen and others.
Hammett, Dashiell. Five Complete Novels. $13.99.
Omnibus bargain hardcover reprint Red Harvest, The Dain Curse, The Maltese Falcon, The Glass Key and The Thin Man.
"The Maltese Falcon is one of the most beautifully structured books I've ever read. Check it out."--Gib
Hansen, Brooks. The Chess Garden, or The Twilight Letters of Gustav Uyterhoeven. $23.00.
Illustrations by Miles Hyman.
Harper, Isabelle. My Cats Nick and Nora. $14.95.
Picture book illustrated by Barry Moser, in watercolor mode.
Harris, Robert. Enigma. $23.00.
Non-sf WWII code-breaking thriller.
Hartwell, David G., editor. The Screaming Skull and Other Great American Ghost Stories. $4.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover, including stories by Bangs, Cather, Hawthorne, James, Poe, Stockton, Twain and others.
Haskins, James, collector and reteller. Headless Haunt and Other African-American Ghost Stories. $3.95.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Illustrated by Ben Otero.
Hautala, Rick. Shades of Night. $4.99.
[Highlander] Jason Henderson. The Element of Fire. $4.99.
Highlander 1.
Hinz, Christopher. Ash Ock. $5.99.
Paratwa Saga 2. Reprint 1989 hardcover; second paperback edition.
Hinz, Christopher. Liege-Killer. $5.99.
Paratwa Saga 1. Reprint 1987 hardcover; second paperback edition.
Holleyman, Sonia. Little Vampire's Diary. $12.95.
Hollander, Evan. Virtual Girls: The Erotic Gems of Evan Hollander. $6.95.
Hubbard, L. Ron. Typewriter in the Sky. $16.95.
Reprint 1940 short novel. New introduction by Kevin Anderson.
"Hubbard's tale of deus-ex-pulphack really is one of the classics from John W. Campbell's Unknown fantasy stories, but couldn't Bridge find someone more knowledgeable about the story and the period to put together the Gee-I-Don't-Know-Much-But-They're-Paying-Me-To-Write-This introduction? An embarassment. Skip to the dessert."--Dave
[The Incredible Hulk] Peter David. The Incredible Hulk: What Savage Beast. $19.95.
Illustrated by George Perez. A Byron Preiss Multimedia Company/Marvel Comics package.
Ingrid, Charles. Soulfire. $5.50.
Patterns of Chaos 4.
Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. $.95.
A Penguin 60s selection.
Jackson, Shirley. Come Along with Me: Part of a Novel, Sixteen Stories, and Three Lecture. $10.95.
Reprint 1968 hardcover. Edited by Stanley Edgar Hyman.
"This collection includes a range of stories spanning Jackson's career, including 'The Summer People,' one of my favorites. Her essay on the public reaction to her famous story, 'The Lottery,' is horrifying all by itself."--Janet
Jordan, Robert as 'Reagan O'Neal'. The Fallon Blood. $23.95.
Reprint 1980 paperback. Historical (American Revolution) family saga.
Jordan, Robert. Lord of Chaos. $7.99.
The Wheel of Time 6: reprint 1994 hardcover. Cover by Darrell K. Sweet.
Kalogridis, Jeanne. Children of the Vampire: The Diaries of the Family Dracul. $22.95.
Sequel to Covenant with the Vampire.
Kalogridis, Jeanne. Covenant with the Vampire: The Diaries of the Family Dracul. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Kipling, Rudyard. Baa Baa, Black Sheep and The Gardener. $.95.
Reprints two stories from Selected Stories (1987). A Penguin 60s.selection.
Kosinski, Jerzy. The Painted Bird. $10.00.
Reprint 1976 hardcover revision of 1965 hardcover.
Kotzwinkle, William. The Million-Dollar Bear. $16.00.
Picture book illustrated by David Catrow.
Lackey, Mercedes. The Fire Rose. $22.00.
Jacket art by Darrell K. Sweet.
Lansdale, Joe R. Act of Love. $4.95.
Reprint 1981 hardcover; second paperback edition. Foreword by Andrew Vachss.
Lansdale, Joe R. The Two-Bear Mambo. $19.95.
Lem, Stanislaw. Highcastle: A Remebrance. $22.00.
Translation by Michael Kandel of 1975 Polish autobiography.
Lethem, Jonathan. Amnesia Moon. $20.00.
"I see, or I think I see, what Lethem is trying to do here, but the prose is just a little too flat (competent, but flat none the less) to pull it off. Readable, often interesting, but on some level unsatisfying."--Gib
Lewis, C. S. A Book of Narnians: The Lion, the Witch and the Others. $16.95.
Reprint 1994 British hardcover. Illustrated by Pauline Baynes. Text by James Riordan, adapted from Lewis.
Lindskold, Jane. The Pipes of Orpheus. $4.99.
Cover by Kevin Johnson.
[Lone Wolf] Joe Dever. Wolf's Bane. $4.50.
Lone Wolf 19: abridged reprint 1993 British paperback. Illustrated by Brian Williams.
Lovecraft, H. P. The Dream Cycle of H. P. Lovecraft: Dreams of Terror and Death. $10.00.
Introduction by Neil Gaiman.
"A good introduction to HPL. Also a fine collection in its own right. Worth twice the price."--Gib
Lovesey, Peter. Bertie and the Crime of Passion. $5.50.
Reprint 1993 British hardcover. Historical (Edwardian England) mystery.
Lumley, Brian. Bloodwars. $6.99.
The Vampire World 3. Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Lupoff, Richard A. The Cover Girl Killer. $21.95.
A fifth Hobart Lindsey/Marvia Plum mystery.
Macaulay, David. Shortcut. $15.95.
Picture book illustrated by the author.
Maltin, Leonard. The Disney Films: Third Edition. $16.95.
Updated reprint 1973 hardcover. Non-fiction. Updated from 1984 second edition.
Manson, Cynthia and Constance Scarborough, editors. The Haunted Hour. $4.99.
Reprints stories by Bloch, Bradbury, James, Matheson, Pronzini, Stoker and others.
Martin, Mick and Marsha Porter. Video Movie Guide 1996. $7.99.
McCrumb, Sharyn. She Walks These Hills. $6.50.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
McDonald, Ian. Terminal Cafe. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 British hardcover.
"Haven't read anything as good as Snow Crash with that cyber edge? Try this. Not as funny, but way more complex. You might be happily surprised."--Andrew
McKinley, Robin. A Knot in the Grain and Other Stories. $4.50.
Reprint 1994 hardcover collection.
"Collects five pieces of short fiction, three of which have been published before (in Terri Windling's Faery! and two of her Elsewhere anthologies); two of the stories are original to this volume. Four of the five stories are set in McKinley's imaginary country Damar (setting of her novels The Blue Sword, Hero and the Crown, and Deerskin) and one is comtemporary.
"This volume is a must-have for McKinley readers who don't already have the previously published stories; strongly recommended, despite the duplications, for hard-core McKinley collectors too. Gorgeous cover by Bryan Leister."--Jan
McQuinn, Donald E. Witch. $6.99.
Reprint 1994 trade paperback.
Milan, Victor. CLD: Collective Landing Detachment. $5.50.
Miller, John and Tim Smith, editors. San Francisco Thrillers: True Crimes and Dark Mysteries from the City by the Bay. $14.95.
Anthology with contributions by Bierce, Gores, Hammett, "Hitchcock" (excerpt from screenplay to 'Vertigo' by Alec Coppel and Samuel Taylor), Muller, Pronzini, Thompson, Twain and others.
Milne, A. A. A Tale from Winnie-the-Pooh and a Smackerel of Verse. $.95.
A Penguin 60s selection. Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.
Modesitt, L. E., Jr. The Death of Chaos. $24.95.
A fifth Recluce novel, a direct sequel to the first. Wraparound Darrell K. Sweet jacket.
Modesitt, L. E., Jr. Of Tangible Ghosts. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Cover by Nicholas Jainschigg.
Monahan, Brent. The Blood of the Covenant. $22.95.
Sequel to The Book of Common Dread ($4.99).
Moore, Christopher. Bloodsucking Fiends. $23.00.
Navarro, Yvonne. Deadrush. $5.99.
[Northern Exposure] Louis Chunovic. The Northern Exposure Book. $17.95.
Revised and Updated edition of 1993 trade paperback.
O'Brian, Patrick. Testimonies: A Novel. $11.00.
Reprint 1952 British hardcover. Non-fantasy.
Parrish, Maxfield [Alma Gilbert, compiler]. A Treasury of Art and Children's Literature. $23.00.
Paxton, Tom. Engelbert the Elephant. $4.95.
Reprint 1990 hardcover. Picture book illustrated by Steven Kellogg.
[Penguin Books]. Three Tales of Horror. $.95.
A Penguin 60s selection. Stories by Bierce, Poe and Stevenson.
Perry, Anne. The Sins of the Wolf. $6.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. The fifth William Monk historical (Victorian England) mystery.
Perry, Anne. Cain His Brother. $22.95.
Inspector William Monk 6: historical (Victorian England) mystery.
Peters, Ellis. Death and the Joyful Woman. $5.50.
Reprint 1961 hardcover. An Inspector George Felse mystery.
""Ellis Peters' Brother Cadfael books are, perhaps, more well-known, but don't miss her classic mysteries featuring county CID man George Felse.In this early volume, Detective-Sergeant George Felse must charge a local heiress with murder, only to discover that his sixteen-year-old son Dominic has already fallen in love with her. Highly recommended, especially to fans of Ngaio Marsh's Roderick Alleyn mysteries."--Jan
Poe, Edgar Allan. The Pit and the Pendulum and Other Stories. $.95.
A Penguin 60s selection. Reprints four stories from The Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe (1982).
Potter, J. K. Horripilations: The Art of J. K. Potter. $24.95.
Reprint 1993 trade paperback. Text by Nigel Suckling; Introduction by Stephen King.
"Potter is one of the greatest horror illustrators alive. Get this."--Mad Prof. Mike
Pratchett, Terry. Soul Music. $5.50.
Reprint 1994 British hardcover. The thirteenth Discworld book.
Pratchett, Terry. Lords and Ladies. $12.00.
Reprint 1992 British hardcover. The sixteenth Discworld novel.
Preiss, Byron, John Betancourt and Keith R. A. DeCandido, editors. The Ultimate Alien. $13.95.
Original stories by Betancourt, Clarke, Crowther, D'Ammassa, Dee, Gilden, Haber & Carr (Carol!), Hoffman, McCaffrey, Silverberg, Somtow and others. Illustrated by Christopher H. Bing.
Preiss, Byron, John Betancourt and Keith R. A. DeCandido, editors. The Ultimate Dragon. $13.95.
Original stories by Anderson (Kevin), Ellison & Silverberg, Lee, LeGuin, Sherman (Josepha), Somtow, Tilton, Yarbro, Yolen and others. Illustrated by Lars Hokanson and Frances Cichetti.
[Quantum Leap] Julie Barrett. Quantum Leap A to Z. $5.99.
Ransom, Bill. Burn. $19.95.
Rendell, Ruth. Simisola. $23.00.
An Inspector Wexford mystery.
[Rice, Anne] Katherine Ramsland. The Vampire Companion: The Official Guide to Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles. $17.95.
Revised reprint of 1993 hardcover, updated to include Memnoch the Devil.
Robb, Candace M. The Nun's Tale. $23.95.
A third Owen Archer historical (14th Century York) mystery.
Rowley, Christopher. Battledragon. $5.99.
Sequel to Bazil Broketail, A Sword for a Dragon and Dragons of War ($5.99 each). Cover by Daniel Horne.
Rucker, Rudy. Infinity and the Mind: The Science and Philosophy of the Infinite. $13.95.
Reprint 1982 non-fiction hardcover. New introduction for this trade pb. Princetown Science Library.
San Souci, Robert D. Feathertop. $5.99.
Picture book adaptation of the Hawthorne story, illustrated by Daniel San Souci.
Sayers, Dorothy L. The Five Red Herrings. $4.99.
Reprint 1931 British hardcover.
Sayers, Dorothy L. Hangman's Holiday. $4.99.
Reprint 1933 British hardcover.
Sayers, Dorothy L. Lord Peter: The Complete Lord Peter Wimsey Stories. $4.99.
Reprint 1972 hardcover.
Schoenherr, John. Rebel. $15.95.
Picture book illustrated by the author.
[Shadow World] Ian Hammell. Shadow World 3: City of Assassins. $4.99.
A Bill Fawcett & Associates package based on the role-playing game.
[Shadowrun] Caroline Spector. Worlds without End. $4.99.
Shadowrun 18.
[Shatner, William] Dennis William Hauck. Captain Quirk. $4.99.
An Unauthorized Biography.
Shetterly, Will, P. J. F. Nevernever. $4.99.
Reprint 1993 hardcover. A Borderland fix-up novel.
Shinn, Sharon. The Shape-Changer's Wife. $4.99.
[Silhouette: Leslie Wainger, editor] Anne Stuart/Chelsea Quinn Yarbro/Maggie Shayne. Strangers in the Night. $4.99.
Slung, Michelle and Roland Hartman, editors. Murder for Halloween. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 anthology with stories (some original, some reprint) by Bloch, Boucher, Derleth, Lovesey, McBain, Poe, Queen, Saylor, Stoker, Straub, Wilson (Gahan) and others.
[Space] Peter Telep. Space: Above and Beyond. $5.50.
Based on an original teleplay by Glen Morgan and James Wong.
Spinrad, Norman. Pictures at 11. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 trade paperback.
[Star Trek] Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens. Federation. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
[Star Trek] William Shatner with Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens. The Ashes of Eden. $14.95.
Graphic novel adaptation by Steve Erwin (pencils) and Jimmy Palmiotti (inks).
[Star Trek: The Next Generation] Mike Carlin. Beginnings. $19.95.
Collected reprint of issues 1-6 of the DC comicbook, 1988. Pablo Marcos (pencils), Carlos Garzon & Arne Starr (inks), Bill Sienkiewicz (cover)
[Star Trek: The Next Generation] Brad Ferguson. The Last Stand. $5.99.
Star Trek: The Next Generation 37.
[Star Trek Deep Space Nine] Diane Carey. The Way of the Warrior. $5.99.
Based on the teleplay by Ira Steven Behr and Robert Hewitt Wolfe.
[Star Wars] Roger MacBride Allen. Showdown at Centerpoint. $5.99.
The Corellian Trilogy 3.
[Star Wars] Nancy Richardson. The Golden Globe. $4.50.
Junior Jedi Knights 1.
[Stargate] Bill McCay. Rebellion. $4.99.
The first of a series based on last year's Stargate movie. The question "why" arises . . .
Stasheff, Christopher. The Secular Wizard. $5.99.
A Wizard in Rhyme 4: reprint 1995 hardcover. Cover by Darrell K. Sweet.
Stasheff, Chrisopher. The Star Stone 1: The Shaman. $22.00.
Jacket art by Stephen Youll.
Stasheff, Chrisopher, editor. The Day the Magic Stopped. $5.99.
A Bill Fawcett & Associates package: contributions by Llywellyn, Nye, Resnick & Schimel, Stasheff and others.
Stevenson, Robert Louis [Leonard Wolfe, editor]. The Essential Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. $14.95.
Illustrated by Michael Lark.
[Stine, R. L.] Stephen Roos. Who's Been Sleeping in My Grave?. $3.50.
R. L. Stine's Ghosts of Fear Street 2.
Stine, R. L. A Shocker on Shock Street. $3.50.
Goosebumps 35.
Stine, R. L. The Haunted Mask II. $3.99.
Goosebumps 36.
Stine, R. L. Superstitous. $21.95.
Tan, Cecilia, editor. S/M Futures. $12.95.
Tan, Cecilia, editor. Selling Venus: Futuristic Tales of the Age-Old Tradition of Exchanging Sex for Money. $9.95.
Tan, Cecilia, editor. Wired Hard: Erotica for a Gay Universe. $7.95.
Tan, Cecilia, editor. Worlds of Women: Sapphic Science Fiction Erotica. $5.95.
Taylor, Karen E. Blood Ties. $4.99.
Vampire Legacy 3: sequel to Blood Secrets and Bitter Blood ($4.50).
[Tex Murphy] Aaron Conners. Tex Murphy 1: The Pandora Directive. $5.99.
Based on the Access Software game.
Vallejo, Boris. Boris Vallejo's 3D Magic. $22.50.
Vance, Jack. Alastor. $25.95.
Omnibus reprint Trullion: Alastor 2262 (1973), Marune: Alastor 933 (1975) and Wyst: Alastor 1716 (1978).
"Full of breathtaking images of alien cultures and landscapes, flawless dialogue and fantastic prose. The best examples of this type of fiction."--Gib
Watterson, Bill. The Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book. $14.95.
"The introduction into the mind of Watterson is enough to buy this, though he has a tendency to be downgrading at times! He leaves you with a feeling of his down home greatness in creativity and sparks the creative juices in any of us . . . Oh! And Calvin and Hobbes is good too . . . "--Andrew
Weis, Margaret and Tracy Hickman. The Seventh Gate. $5.99.
Death Gate 7: reprint 1994 hardcover.
Wells, H. G. The Time Machine. $.95.
Reprint 1895 hardcover. A Penguin 60s selection.
West, Michelle. Hunter's Oath. $5.50.
Cover by Jody Lee.
Westlake, Donald E. Baby, Would I Lie?. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Mystery.
[Whale, James] Mark Gatiss. James Whale: A Biography. $17.95.
White, Steve. Debt of Ages. $5.99.
Cover by Stephen Hickman.
Williamson, Chet. Hell: A Cyberpunk Thriller. $5.99.
Novel based on Take 2 Interactive Software CD-ROM game.
Wilson, Charles. Direct Descendant. $5.50.
Wilson, Robin. Death by Degrees. $20.95.
Mystery by the editor of Those Who Can and the Clarion series.
[Wizardry] James E. Reagen. Wizardry 1: The League of the Crimson Crescent. $5.99.
Based on Sir-Tech Software game.
Wolfe, Gene. Calde of the Long Sun. $6.99.
The Book of the Long Sun 3: reprint 1994 hardcover. Cover by Richard Bober.
[The World of Darkness] Richard Lee Byers. On a Darkling Plain. $5.99.
The World of Darkness: Vampire. Based on the Wizards of the Coast card game.
[The World of Darkness] Sam Chupp. Sins of the Fathers. $4.99.
The World of Darkness: Wraith.
[The World of Darkness] Keith Herber. Prince of the City. $5.99.
The World of Darkness: Vampire the Masquerade. Sequel to Dark Prince ($4.99).
[Writer's Digest] David H. Borcherding, editor. Mystery Writer's Source Book: Where to Sell Your Manuscripts. $19.99.
Second edition.
[Writer's Digest] Mark Garvey, editor. 1996 Writer's Market. $27.99.
75th Anniversary Edition.
Wurts, Janny. Keeper of the Keys. $4.99.
The Cycle of Fire 2: reprint 1988 paperback.
Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn. Better in the Dark. $14.95.
Reprint 1993 hardcover. A Saint-Germain historical vampire novel set in 10th Century Saxony.
Yep, Laurence. The City of Dragons. $14.95.
Picture book illustrated by Jean and Mou-Sien Tseng.
Yep, Laurence. The Man Who Tricked a Ghost. $4.95.
Picture book illustrated by Isadore Seltzer.
Yep, Laurence, editor. American Dragons: Twenty-Five Asian American Voices. $4.95.
Reprint 1993 hardcover anthology, includes stories by Kingston, Wu and others.
Yolen, Jane. Here There Be Witches. $17.00.
Collection of stories and poems, some original, some reprint. Illustrated by David Wilgus.
Yolen, Jane. Merlin and the Dragons. $16.99.
Picture book illustrated by Li Ming.
Yolen, Jane. A Sip of Aesop. $14.95.
Picture book illustrated by Karen Barbour.
Yolen, Jane, editor. Camelot. $19.95.
Original Arthurian anthology with young adult stories by Costikyan, Macdonald & Doyle, McCaffrey, Paxson, Pratchett, Springer, Yolen & Stemple and others. Illustrations by Winslow Pels.
Yolen, Jane and Martin H. Greenberg, editors. The Haunted House. $13.95.
Original young adult horror anthology, with stories by Coville, Yolen and others.
Yorinks, Arthur. The Miami Giant. $15.95.
Picture book illustrated by Maurice Sendak.

Audio received September 1995

[cd] Boiled in Lead. Songs from the Gypsy. $15.00.
Songs by Adam Stemple and Steven Brust from the book by Brust and Megan Lindholm, here performed by Boiled in Lead. This i-trax CD has multimedia playable on MPC and Mac cd-rom drives.
[audio] Mercedes Lackey. Lovers, Lore & Loss. $10.00.
[cd] Mercedes Lackey. Lovers, Lore & Loss. $17.00.
[audio] [Star Wars] Roger MacBride Allen. Showdown at Centerpoint. $16.99.
The Corellian Trilogy 3: abridged reading by Anthony Heald. Approx three hours on two cassettes.

Calendars received September 1995

[calendar] Scott Adams. It's a Trap!: 1996 Dilbert Desk Calendar. $9.95.
[calendar] T. S. Eliot/Edward Gorey. Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats Calendar for 1996. $10.00.
[calendar] A. A. Milne. Winnie-the-Pooh's 1996 Calendar. $7.99.
[calendar] Patrick O'Brian. The Patrick O'Brian Calendar 1996. $12.95.
"The calendar reproduces Geoff Hunt's cover art from the books, and adds naturalist paintings for the Maturin-watcher, plus interesting notes from Hunt and O'Brian. A handsome gift for yourself or your fellow O'Brian afficionados."--Jan
[doll] William Joyce. Dinosaur Bob. $15.95.
Your very own plush Dinosaur Bob, complete with baseball cap!

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