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  • The huge black spaceship in orbit around Doonarrala is apparently unarmed and poses no immediate threat, but a classified military tape reveals that it bears a striking resemblance to one found derelict and looming over a planet devastated by war.  For Todd Reeve, leader of the Human colony on Doonarrala, and for his Hrruban friend Hrriss, the ship represents a chance for both their species to extend the hand of friendship to another. For others, both from Earth and Hrruba, the ship and its inhabitants are a threat of such magnitude they will stop at nothing to to sabotage Todd's efforts at communication. Cover art by Mark Harrison.
  • Book VIII of Witch World. The fate of Witch World hangs in the balance. Can Yonan the Warrior, aided by the spirit of Tolar, an ancient Witch World hero, combat Targi and defeat the Forces of Darkness? Only in the past can Targi's defences be penetrated.  While Yonan/Tolar journey backwards in time, Crytha, an untrained witch, must thwart the Forces of Darkness until hs return. Cover art by Rodney Matthews.
  • Mech-Warrior Dark Age series. The Raging Bears have begun their occupation of the planet Vega with the hope of restoring order after violence and civil war. But their move to stabilise Prefecture 1 for the Republic of the Sphere may be the chance their enemies have waited for. While the military takeover was no great challenge, setting up a new planetary government and restoring the infrastructure of civilisation have proven to be far more difficult for the peace-keeping forces of the Rasalhague Dominion. There remains an underground rebellion that refuses to cease fire and the Bears suspect that the Draconis Combine is secretly supporting the rebellion. As the Combine threatens them from without, the Bears also find themselves plagued by betrayal and deception from within. Uless they can find the rival elements in their clan, they may end up as fodder for destruction.

  • Book X of The Chronicles of Counter-Earth. The Others were on the move. The Priest Kings had received a message: Surrender Gor. The date had been set for conquest or destruction. Tarl Cabot could not linger in Port Kar - now he must act on behalf of the Priest King, on behalf of Gor and on behalf of Gor's unsuspecting, teeming twin: Earth. Evidence pointed to the great wasteland of the Tahari, known only to the clannish militant tribes of desert wanderers. There, Tarl Cabot must go. Among the feuds, along the salvers' tails, beyond the forbidding salt mines to a redezvouz with treachery, a woman warlord, a bandit chief and with the monster intelligences from the world of steel.

  • Earth's invincible space fleet has occupied the monsters' worlds! Earth's mighty space force has seized the aliens' home planet! Earth's triumphant space warriors have captured the enemy system! But then...why is Earth suffering so beneath the tread of those heartless conquerors from the stars? Earth and Kazo have created a unique peace. Kazo administers Earth, and Earth controls Kazo. Nothing is really complicated until both humans and Kazos discover the existence of a third intelligent race in the galaxy and try to bring them into the newly developing peace. Cover art by Jim Burns.
  • When Diana and Francis, two biochemists, discover a rare form of lichen contains that which will retard the ageing process, there IS going to be trouble - particularly when Diana opens an elite beauty spa for Britain's most powerful and wealthy women.
  • When the maverick star passes between Earth and its sun, humankind's final calamity will have arrived. Everything and everyone will be drawn toward the Dwarf.  There would be tidal waves, earthquakes, volcanoes, the earth will fragment and among the people - anarchy and death.  They can try to prepare, survive and then if any did survive, cope with living - but survival could be the worst alternative.
  • This volume contains: Semper Fi;  The Big Pat Boom; Man in the Jar; The Handler; Mary; Auto-da-Fe; To the Pure; Eripmav; Backward, O Time; The Night of LIes; Maid to Measure; Collector's Item; A Likely Story; Don't Live in the Past.Damon Knight
  • When the ship that brought him to Earth crashed and Tweedlioop (not his real name) was the only survivor, he found himself at the mercy of Earth and its inhabitants. Some were kind and understanding: Bill saved him from wolves in the Alaskan wild; Danni battled authorities for his custody, and Laurie became his one true friend. They all wanted to help him return to his people. But the U.S. Government didn't. They trapped him - to test him and to hold him hostage. They planned to trade him for the key to his people's stardrive. If his friends could not help him before the ship arrived to rescue him, it would be too late, not just for Tweedlioop but for all of Earth. Cover art by Doug Beekman.