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  • Marion Zimmer Bradley Nights Daughter
    Since time immemorial, when the Serpent-Lord coupled int he Great Rite with the Priestess of the Night, the Kingdoms of Dark and Light, Sun and Moon have been at war.  Now Pamina, daughter of the Starqueen and of Sarastro, King of the Royal House of the Sun, has to choose which of her parents she will follow, in custom and in principle. And together with her lover, princely Tamino, she must face her ordeal at the Court of Wisdom - the Ordeals of Earth and Air, Fire and Water, from which none may flinch and none may escape. Cover art b y Barbara Lofthouse.
  • Book II of Amtrak Wars. Escaping from the Mutes who have held him as a captive guest, Steve returns to the Federation, where he is charged with desertion and put on trial.  He cannot defend himself by telling the truth because to do so would challenge the wisdom of the First Family, a Code One offence punishable by death.  Seizing the chance to redeem himself as an undercover agents, his first assignment is to capture the three gifted Mutes who saved his life: Cadillac, Clearwater and Mr. Snow.  Cover art by Steve Stone. Back cover art by Pierre-André Tilley.
  • Book VIII of The Horus Heresy. News of Horus's treachery is in the open and a time of testing has come. As Horus deploys his forces, loyalist Astartes learn that the Wordbearers are sending a fleet to Ultramar, home of the Ultramarines. Unless they can intercept and destroy it, the Ultramarines may suffer a blow from which they will never recover.

  • Edwin Amis, new commander of the Eridani Light Horse faces a tough decision: Should he openly defy the First Lord  of the Star League? Sun-Tzu Liao, First Lord, has sent Star League troops as 'peace-keepers' to the St. Ives Compact to prevent open rebellion by angry citizens - but the troops aren't seeking peace. Amis knows the mission is actually for reclaiming territory for the Capellan Confideration and he's ready to station counter-forces on Milos, close to the heart of the Capellan capital.  But on Milos, events are already escalating - Death Commando Chen Shao and his ruthless partner, Nessa Ament have secretly murdered a rebel's family in cold blood.  Full scale war is about to erupt. Cover art by Peter Peebles. Illustrations by  Duane Loose and FASA.
  • Who can forget the boatload of senior citizens whisked away by the kindly aliens five years earlier?  Now they are returning to Earth for a visit.  They are looking forward to catching up with friends and family, and to assist in the retrieval of the Antarean cocoons that sill remain on the ocean floor. But when they return to Earth, time starts running again...
  • He's back - and it's about time! December, 1999 - on the brink of a new millennium, an anachronistic British Police Box appears in San Francisco's Chinatown amid a hail of bullets which find an unintentional target - the strange man who walks out of the Police Box. Despite the best efforts of Dr. Grace Holloway, the unknown traveler dies and his body vanishes. And then another stranger appears, claiming to be the same inside a different body; a mysterious wanderer in time and space known only as the Doctor. But he's not the only time traveler in San Francisco - his oldest adversary, the Master, is there as well and trying desperately to steal the Doctor's newly-regenerated body.  Soon the Doctor is faced with a choice -  to save his own life, or the billions of people who have no future unless the Master is stopped.  If only the Doctor could remember how...The volume contains eight pages of colour photographs from the BBC film starring Paul McGann.
  • Volume III of Mission Earth. The vested interests who control Earth's energy and drug supplies must protect themselves, even if it destroys the planet. When the CIA, the FBI, the IRS and the American education system can't stop Jettero Heller's plan to introduce cheap, non-polluting fuel, his traitorous partner lets loose the ultimate weapon: J. Walter Madison, the world's mostly deadly press agent. Cover art by Greg Winter.
  • Scattered throughout the solar system are a group of immortals, dubbed the Molemen.  The latest recruit is Dr. Guess, an eminent scientist.  But Guess has been taken over by the all-seeing, all-hearing supercomputer Extro, which controls all mechanical functions on Earth.  And when a member of the Molemen turns traitor, the impossible happens: they start to die.  It's up to Guig, Hillel and their colleagues to destroy Extro and the renegade or be destroyed themselves.
  • Book XI of The Horus Heresy. As news of Horus's treachery spreads, the Great Crusade grinds to a halt as the primarchs and their Legions decide where their loyalty lies - with the Emperor or the rebel Warmaster Horus. In this sequel to The Descent of Angels, the Dark Angels too face a time of testing, both in the stars and on their homeworld, Caliban. Civil war erupts as their planet strives to break from Imperial Rule and the Dark Angels are thrust into a deadly conflict where all that they know and trust is thrown into doubt. Cover art by Neil Roberts.