• An old man wearing a brown robe is found wandering disoriented in the Arizona desert.  He is miles from any human habitation and has no memory of how he got there, or who he is.  The only clue to his identity is the plan of a medieval monastery in his pocket.  This mystery will catapult a group of young scientists back to the Middle Ages and into the heart of the Hundred Years War.  Imagine the risks of such a journey - imagine the impossible!
  • Traveling backward in time, Don Miguel Navarro (a junior officer in the Society of Time) had to undo the errors and interruptions of other time-interlopers. Even the most insignificant nudging of the past could entirely alter the present. And he suspected that a maniacal genius - possibly a fellow-worker - crazed with a desire for nationalist vindication had plotted to alter the victorious outcome of the Spanish Armada of 1588 - thus changing recorded history and perhaps even imperiling the Imperial Spanish Empire of 1988.  If Don Miguel did not successfully intercede, when he came back to the present he might find a different world...a different time...a time in which he probably didn't even exist. Cover art by Melvyn Grant. A group of three novelettes previously published under the following titles: Spoils of Yesterday (1969), The Word Not Written (1969) and The Fullness of Time (1969
  • The Cold War Corps was to be the instrument of salvation in freeing the Earth from the tyranny of the Haijac Union. It was Dr. Leif Barker's idea, but he was getting kept in the dark by his bosses in the March Republic about what the CWC was actually doing. Its network of spies spread throughout the world, working towards the Ultimate Solution that would free the Jacks and turn them towards the True Religion. But Barker had suspicions. Which was freedom, which was tyranny? Which of the two super-powers was really the villain of this terrifying tomorrow? In  a mad world where love was a sin and sex a crime against humanity, he had to find out quickly - before the day of Timestop! Previously released as A  Woman A Day and The Day of Timestop.
  • Man's concept of time forms a fundamental part of modern life. From the everyday time experience of day and night, the seasons,  the oddities of time zones and the International Date Line, to the deeper mysteries of  relativity theory, quantum mechanics, the concept of parallel universes and physical timewarps, the paradoxes and the possibilities of our relationship with time are constantly expanding in the face of fresh discoveries. While our watches and calendars are witness to the fact that time flows inexorably forward, at the other extreme black holes negate time altogether, making it stand still. In a wider context, the latest scientific theories are strikingly reminiscent of older philosophical ideas embracing such phenomena as precognition, reincarnation and dream telepathy. In this examination  of time, there are startling new insights into the nature of reality and the possibility that timewarps do exist.

  • In  the future a strange epidemic conquers an Earth already overrun by pollution and revolt. Those who succumb fall into their dreams, vanishing on strains of music into a perfect void that enthralls like a paradise and binds like a prison.  The Stalker is one of those few who are immune and who are able to travel through the dream world of the virus to rescue others. As he carries out rescue after rescue, he becomes more and more embroiled in  the politics surrounding the virus and its cure.
  • Book  IX. Ambassador to to the alien world of Minbar, former Babylon 5 commander Jeffrey Sinclair is one of the first to learn the truth about the Shadows, the ancient race pursuing the destruction of the galaxy.  Sinclair also discovers that he is the linchpin in the plan to stop them. Now he is asked to revive the legendary Minbari warrior group, the Rangers. Catherine Sakai, commercial pilot and planetary surveyor has lost her heart to Jeffrey: not even an attack by the Shadows can stop her getting to Minbar to join him and the Rangers. As she trains with other pilots, the time is coming where their skills will be tested on their first mission.  Led by Sinclair they will venture into deepest space, into a battle of stealth and might and a fate that none but the bravest can face, and none but the luckiest will survive. Cover art by Bob Larkin.
  • When hard-luck spaceman Jack Waley crash landed on the planet Kerim he found a weird and wonderful world thrown into fearful chaos by the anger of its quasi-god, Pe'Ichen. The mysterious Pe'Ichen showered his people with jewelry, weapons, clothing. Yet denied them the necessities such as food and shelter. The grand houses of Kerim, which had always repaired themselves for as long as anyone could remember, were now crumbling, falling hazards to anyone venturing near them. Yet these were only the symptoms of a far deadlier peril shadowing this once bright planet; a peril that bumbling Jack Waley would ultimately have to face alone, with an entire world's fate hanging in the balance. Cover art  by Ray Feibush.
  • Star Trek: Volume III of The Eugenics Wars. The untold chapter in the history of Star Trek's most notorious villain - KHAN. This volume bridges the time period between Khan Noonien Singh's twenty-third-century revival in the original series classic episode Space Seed and his  return in the acclaimed feature film Star Trek II:The Wrath of Khan. Haunted by the memory of Khan's bitter accusations, Kirk now revisits Ceti Alpha V to discover for himself what ultimately drove Khan to madness. There, buried beneath the desolate surface of a dying planet, Kirk and his allies find the untold story of their greatest foe - and of the woman who loved him: Lieutenant Marla McIvers of Starfleet. Along with Khan's genetically engineered followers from the twentieth century, Khan and Marla are left on Ceti Alpha V with the hopes of building a new life together. Although the planet is savage and untamed, full of deadly predators and unexpected hazards, Khan dreams of carving out an empire even greater than the one he once ruled on Earth. But when catastrophe strikes, laying waste to the entire world, Khan and the others find themselves trapped in a desperate struggle for survival. Now Khan must use every ounce of his superhuman strength and intellect to wage a fearsome battle against the planet, his people...and the growing darkness in his own soul. Cover art by Keith Birdsong.  
  • Maureen Johnson, the somewhat irregular mother of Lazarus Long, wakes up in bed with a man and a cat. The cat is Pixel, well-known to readers of The Cat Who Walks through Walls. The man is a stranger to her, and besides that, he is dead... Cover art by Boris Vallejo.