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  • Duke de Richleau Adventure XI. The Duke de Richleau, together with his friends Richard Eaton, Rex van Ryn and Simon Aron – the Modern Musketeers, have faced many hair-raising adventures together. Now, there is also Rex's son and Fleur, Richard Eaton's daughter. Fleur, who believes in all the freedoms, including that of sex. But interwoven with the the story of Fleur's love life is a story of a strange inheritance that draws the whole party to Ceylon; and in Ceylon to face theft, murder, arson and blackmail. Until finally de Richleau has to take a last desperate gamble, alone, to save his friends. Cover art by Edward Mortelmans.
  • Phillip Wing is the brilliant architect of the Glass Cloud, an amazing floating sculpture and one of the Seven New Wonders of the World - and he's not well disposed to his benefactors, the Messengers, who have now come to Earth.  They have brought a new technology, a new culture and most surprisingly, a new religion to the human race - and with the cult of the Message has come a new lover for Phillip's wife. Far Up-Time, on the distant planet of Aseneshesh, a dying Goddess is struggling with the future of her people, the Chani. The Messengers believe Wing is the only mortal able to engineer their cultural survival. But success depends on taking the first step of the one-way trip to Aseneshesh - a decision which will separate him from his wife, his lifetime and even his own humanity - forever.  Cover art by Richard Dunn.
  • Book III of The Riftwar Legacy. The Tear of the Gods, the most powerful artifact known to the Temples of Midkemia, allows the temples to speak to their Gods. Without it they will be lost for a decade, until another gem forms in the distant mountains. Squire James, William and Jazhara, the new court magician, must seek out the location of this gem, with Brother Solon, a warrior priest and Kendaric, sole member of the Wreckers' Guild with the power to raise the ship that had carried the gem and which had been sunk by Bear, the most brutal pirate to sail the Bitter Seas.  They are opposed by the minions of Sidi, servant of the dark God who seeks to possess the Tear for his own ends or else destroy it. Cover art by Geoff Taylor.

  • Sara Davidson is best known for Loose Change, an autobiographical observation of the Sixties and as co-producer of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. She lived in Hollywood, a successful woman, a divorced mother of two and very content. Until she met Zack, a cowboy, who barely completed school and lived in a trailer in the desert. Through Zack, and his love for her and his attitude to life, she learns that receiving someone's love can help us to love ourselves. Cowboy, she says, is a semi-autobiographical story,

  • Here is a collection of fair dinkum stories about - what else? - fair dinkum Aussies.  Lockwood was on the spot to write an eye-witness account of the Japanese at Darwin and to broadcast the bombshell of the Petrov affair to the world.  Some stories are tragic - some are amusing - some historical and some are supernatural - and all are fascinating.  Illustrated with black and white photographs.

  • Robbie Grenn is a charming but mentally challenged young man who, owing to an injury when young, has never been to school. He's regarded by his family as an outsider. Espionage would hardly seem to be his métier, yet to prove himself Robbie takes up the challenge that lands him in peril of his life many times. Interwoven with his adventure is the story of his relationship with the lovely Stephanie, the first girl with whom the shy Robbie has had more than a passing acquaintance.  
  • When Barry Fairbrother dies in his early forties, the town of Pagford is left in shock. Pagford is, seemingly, an English idyll, with a cobbled market square and an ancient abbey, but what lies behind the pretty façade is a town at war. Rich at war with poor, teenagers at war with their parents, wives at war with their husbands, teachers at war with their pupils ... Pagford is not what it first seems. And the empty seat left by Barry on the parish council soon becomes the catalyst for the biggest war the town has yet seen. Who will triumph in an election fraught with passion, duplicity and unexpected revelations?  A big novel about a small town.
  • Book I of The Rampart Worlds. 'I was living in pleasant anonymity under the name of Helmut Icicle on Kedge-Lockaby, a freesoil planet out in the boondocks, taking sport-divers on holocam reef trips.  Fourteen thousand light years from Rampart Starcorp, where I used to work - and my father.  So one minute I'm watching the piscoids finning through the underwater forests, drinking a little rotgut whiskey now and then - and the next thing I know some giant sea toad has eaten my house and I'm caught up in a galactic conspiracy!' Cover art by Stephen Bradbury.

  • Tales of far away and other when - this collection includes:  The Daughter of the Tree; The Superior Sex; The Ajeri Diary; Quick to Haste; The Smiling Future; Gathi; The Children; Throwback; One-Way Journey; The Season of the Babies; Featherbed on Chlyntha; The Transit of Venus; All in Good Time; The Absolutely Perfect Murder; Operation Cassandra; The Last Generation?  Cover art by Richard Powers.