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  • A rising tide of panic swept the city -  everything just stopped. Something about a nuclear reactor and the unions. For Nick and his sister Binkie, alone in their high rise flat, it was the start of a terrifying nightmare. What had happened to their mother? Who can they find to help them get away?
  • Book III of Posleen War. After five years of battling invaders, human civilization prepares a strike to drive the aliens from the Earth. But the Clan-Lord of the Sten has learned from the defeats humans have dealt him, and has his own plan. When he squares off against Major O'Neal, the only winner will be Satan himself. Cover art by Patrick Turner.
  • The X-Files. Mulder the maverick and Scully, his keeper, are on the job again.  Serial killers come in all shapes and sizes. But this one is a real puzzle. There's no pattern to the mutilated bodies that are showing up in Phoenix: both sexes, all races, ages, ethnic evidence of rape or ritual, either. Only one thing connects the victims. They were victims of a natural disaster; one of the most unnatural disasters imaginable, leading to a most painful, most certain and most hideous death...
  • The Galaxy delivers an ultimatum: "Earthmen, Go Back!"  Earth faces a choice between eventual colonisation at the hands of a ruthless aggressor or immediate action against the whole Galaxy.  Stephen Brady, Commander of the Terran Forces, is the man to make this decision of cosmic importance. The odds are deadly, but Brady knows if he does not speak now for conquest, all Earth might remain silent in defeat for eternity. Cover art credited to Norman Adams.

  • Book I  of a super new series. There is a secret history of the world, in which an alien virus struck the earth in the aftermath of World War II. endowing a handful of survivors with superhuman powers.  Some were called Aces - gifted with extraordinary mental and physical abilities.  Others were Jokers - cursed with bizarre mental or physical deformities.  Some used their talents in  the service of mankind  - and others used them for evil.  Described as a mosaic novel, with contributions by Edward Bryant, Stephen Leigh, Roger Zelazny, Leanne C. Harper, George R.R. Martin, Victor Milan, John J. Miller, Lewis Shiner, Melinda M. Snodgrass. Howard Waldrop and Walter Jon Williams. Cover art by Stan Watts.
  • It's another world: a pristine earth where mammoths and sabre-toothed tigers still roam. There are no laws, no cities, no highways, no pollution - no people. It lies just beyond the heavy wooden door, hidden at the back of the barn, through a tunnel that enters a hillside in South Texas, but doesn't come out the other side. It belongs to Charlie, a whole world accessible only through the doorway on the ranch his uncle left him free and clear. But to explore a planet, you need money. And equipment. And the money to buy the equipment. Money to live on while you explore; money for taxes on the ranch and to pay for the training needed to survive in a completely wild world. So Charlie captures some extinct birds - passenger pigeons - and sells them on the tame side to finance his venture.  He sells more than a dozen, and Wildside  Investments is born. That is the beginning of the end - for how can you keep a secret like that one anyone gets wind of it? Charlie and his trusted friends will have to fight for the preservation of the Wildside - and their own lives. Cover art by Nicholas Jainschigg.

  • Wing Commander VIII. As the courageous Lt. Blair leads a patrol investigating an attack on the desolate Mylon 3, it becomes obvious that fanatical Pilgrim rebels are up to their old tricks again, subverting warriors and fighting the Confederation...and the sudden trapping of a Kilrathi ship by a mysterious gravity well only adds to suspicions. With the fate of Earth hanging in the balance, Blair and Taggart must deliver themselves into enemy hands in order to understand - and preempt - the Pilgrims' murderous plot.
  • Warhammer 40,000. Book VI of Space Wolf. In the continuing saga of Ragnar Blackmane, the Space Wolves come under attack from an ancient enemy: The Thousand Sons. In a last-ditch attempt to stop them, Ragnar and his brothers launch a lightning strike counterattack on the Thousand Sons' base. Will the Space Wolves triumph, and can Ragnar retrieve the Spear of Russ from his nemesis, the Chaos Space Marine Madox? Cover art by Geoff Taylor.
  • The Ship held ten thousand plus, the voyage was one way and the duration, human life span plus. Just the circumstances in which, however, hand-picked human can become bored, fretful, suicidal, homicidal, rebellious or deranged. And hand-picked there were, for this was not some routine near-space commute.  With Earth and the asteroid colonies self-destructing behind them, Newhome was carrying humanity;s seed corn and Marianne O'Hara was tending the last hope of survival for the species.