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  • The Womens' Murder Club face the fight of their lives....Three victims. Three bullets. Three cities. The first of these simultaneous serial killings occurs in San Francisco, Sergeant Lindsay Boxer's jurisdiction and reporter Cindy Thomas's beat. The shooters are precise, as is their target selection. Each one of the men and women down excels at an illegal and deadly activity that is dominating public debate. As the casualty list expands, the fear and fascination with this shooting gallery galvanises the county. Are the shooters villains or heroes? And who will be next?
  • Newspaper editor Jill Baker arrived home to find her husband dead on the bedroom floor. Within weeks, still in shock, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and told her chances of surviving. Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatment followed in a year from hell. At her lowest ebb, Jill took a chance. She needed someone who cuddled her at night and was still excited to see her in the morning. She just hadn't met him yet. She needed something or somebody to make life worth living again. But could it really be a crazy, howling, snoring, digging, chewing, barking orange pup called Dirty Harry? Turns out that Harry and Jill were made for each other. They are an unlikely duo; Jill is quiet, Harry is loud as hell. Jill meticulously plans the day while Harry wings it. She sips Pinot while he's an espresso martini guy. Theirs is a beautiful friendship, an unbreakable bond.
  • To her fellow pilots, Gaelian is the Angel, the best of their elite fighting force. To the powerful ruling Board of Dinoreos, she is the Eldest of the Eldest of her household, scheming and plotting to claim her rightful place while she strives to overcome the handicap of a childhood spent on the primitive world of Cahaute. Gaelian is haunted by memories. Even in space she feels the Power Clans of Cahaute with her - though to surrender to the magic of her childhood would mean abandoning the privileges and honours she has worked so hard for on Dinoreos.  Before she can make her choice, Gaelian discovers a secret older than either of her worlds and suddenly she holds the future of both in her hands.
  • Orphans born in the depths of space, they were engineered to range the galaxy in search of fortune. Misfits and outlaws, they defied the huge interstellar cartels that ruled space.  Ubu Roy was the strong young bossrider of the starship Runaway, who held all of history in his remarkable memory.  Beautiful Maria was an ace star shooter and cybernetic witch, who could bend space time to find the perfect singularity.
  • A motorway is proposed through Cleene Gorge, and everyone's got an opinion about it. At one end of Cleene Gorge is Handyman Hall; the home of  Sir Giles and Lady Maud Lynchwood. Sir Giles is secretly in favour of ensuring that the motorway passes through the Cleene Gorge   as he'll be paid compensation for the destruction of Handyman Hall, which is under a  covenant preventing its sale.  Lady Maud is just as fierce in opposing the motorway and expects George to support her. Enter Maud's gardener, Blott, a former German P.O.W. He's strongly patriotic towards his new home nation and home and fiercely devoted to Maud.  With his military training, and some leftovers of the war secretly buried on the estate, Blott begins a wildly inept and covert campaign to undermine the construction of the motorway and Sir Giles' skullduggery.  Vintage Sharpe humour. Cover shows David Suchet as Blott  in the BBC TV series.  
  • A selection of shorts, articles and a novella published for Michael Moorcock's 5oth birthday. This volume: Short Stories: Casablanca; The Frozen Cardinal; Hanging the Fool; The Murderer's Song; Mars; The Last Call. Non Fiction: Scratching a Living. People:  Mervyn Peake; Harlan Ellison; Angus Wilson; Andrea Dworkin; Maeve Gilmour. Places: Taking the Life Out Of London;The Smell of Old Vienna; Literally London; People of the Book; London Lost and Found;Building the New Jerusalem. Pornography and Politics:  Who's Really Covering Up? What Feminism Has Done For Me; Caught Up In Reality; Anti-Personnel Capability; The Case Against Pornography. Fiction: Gold Diggers of 1977.  Seemingly, a must for any Moorcock fan.
  • In the magical kingdom of Elundium, dark forces are gathering. Nightbeasts are roaming the forests and the Tunnellers, gentle gardeners of the greenways and keepers of the wildwood are suddenly under suspicion. Good King Thane finds himself and his family in danger from a terrifying group of rebels calling themselves the Honourable Company of Murderers. Who would have thought that the safety of the kingdom would lie in the hands of a crippled sweep's boy? Drib's destiny will take him from a life of misery through turmoil and peril to the heights of heroism and happiness beyond his wildest dreams.

  • Conan has ventured far and known al the world afforded of adventure and marvel - he had fought demons, dragons and horrors of the Elder dark. A thousand foes had fallen to his blade - bronze-mailed warriors, malevolent wizards, barbarian chieftains and haughty kings. But the adventure that started in the royal Hall of Justice in Tarantia would be the strangest and most fantastic of the many of his career.

  • Conan, the mighty barbarian from the time before the world began, battles deadly magic, murderous demons and incredible monsters as he cuts a bloody swathe through the Hyborean Age. Cover art by Frank Frazetta.
  • It's 1942, the Titanic is still cruising and the world is at peace.  Suddenly, there's a distress call from Counter-Earth, our twin planet on the other side of the sun.  A ship is launched with Albert Einstein and the first woman pro baseball player - Babe  Didriksen - on the crew. But at the same time, Juan Peron and his lovely Evita launch a faster ship from Argentina, armed for war in space. Who will reach Counter-Earth first? A brains-and-baseball alliance of American heroes?  Or an Argentinian temptress and her fascist husband? Reviewed as  'audaciously inventive...a wild romp through a very strange universe.' Cover art by George Barr.
  • Two thousand years after Pilate pardoned Christ, Rome still rules the world with its gun-toting centurions and soaring cloud-galleys. But when Caesar Germanicus Agricola seeks to transform the stagnant empire into a true republic, even his own legions rise up against him. From the gilded palaces of the imperial City to the desert fortress of Masada, Germanicus battles to keep his dream alive. Yet with a corrupt usurper on the throne and the warlike Goths becoming ever bolder,  an even Caesar himself prevent the final, bloody fall of Rome?  Cover art by James Gurney.

  • Bush materialised on the prehistoric shore - and the drama began. Bush was a mind-traveller, a phantom moving through time - and haunted by the Dark Woman. Was she a ghost from his future or the product of a mind strained beyond endurance?  Bush had other problems: such as emerging from the Devonian past into a totalitarian future that he was trained to kill, sent back in time to assassinate a man who threatened the future.

  • Though the Jedi strike force completed its deadly mission into Yuuzhan Vong territory, the price of success was high: Not everyone made it out alive.  In a daring getaway, pilot Jaina Solo stole an enemy ship, taking along her fellow survivors - and leaving behind a huge piece of her heart. With the enemy in pursuit, Jaina is forced to seek protection in the unprotected, unfriendly Hapes Cluster, where the Jedi are held responsible for a past tragedy and where the royal family has grim plans for their famous Jedi guest. And the Yuuzhong Vong are determined to capture Jaina for a hideous sacrifice. Cover art by Steven D. Anderson.
  • Forgotten Realms, Book III of The Moonshae Trilogy. Tristan Kendrick, newly crowned High King of the Ffolk, must forge a lasting alliance between the diverse people of the Isles. The druid Robyn must confront and evil that has infested the land itself and together they must decide if they will face the future as king and queen - or as enemies, forever separated by failure and mistrust. Cover art by Jeff Easley.

  • A murder - four thousand years ago! Seeking peace after her husband's death, Renisenb returns to her father's house on the banks of the Nile.  But beneath the calm surface of his prosperous household lurk greed, lust and hate.  And with the arrival of the arrogant concubine Nofret, the family's passions explode in murder.
  • Book V of The Amtrak Wars. Having captured Clearwater, the Federation now plans to catch Cadilliac and Mr Snow and annihilate the Clan McCall, so Steve must continue his double role as loyal agent of the Federation and blood-brother to the Mutes.  The First Family is hell-bent on exacting retribution for past defeats; the House of Yama-Shita is also seeking revenge.
  • Flandry has mortgaged his soul piece by piece that the long night of galactic barbarism might be held off a little longer. Now, face to face with his personal long night, Flandry is offered one last chance for love and honour in a universe he has come to believe holds neither. Cover art by Michael Whelan. Illustrated by Esteban Moroto.
  • Volume I of The Book Of Silence. When Privet, a lonely female scribe from the north makes a pilgrimage to the fabled Duncton Wood, only old Stour, Master of the great library realises the importance of her quest.  For Privet seeks the answer to Moledom's final mystery:  Where and what is the Book of Silence? Decades have passed and Duncton Wood has grown sleepy, slow to see the dangers in the spread of a sinsister sect of zealots who believe that any other way to the Stone's silence is blasphemy and deserves death.  As the Newborns gain power, Privet, Stour and the strange mole Rooster will play crucial roles in the struggle against tyranny. Cover art by John Barber.

  • Autumn in Glastonbury. Lance Bradley is idling away his life there when he receives a call for help from the eccentric sister of his old friend Rupert Alder. Inexplicably, Rupe has stopped sending the money that his dysfunctional siblings depend on. Reluctantly, Lance goes to London to learn what he can, only to find that his friend has vanished. His employers, a shipping company, believe he is guilty of a major fraud. A Japanese businessman called Hashimoto claims he has stolen a document of life and death importance. And Townley, an American private detective who has been trying to trace Rupert  has been warned off by unnamed but immensely powerful interests. Townley, it seems, was involved in a mysterious death at Wilderness Farm, near Glastonbury, back in 1963, that year of so many shattering events which just happens also to be the year of Lance's birth.  No sooner has Lance decided that whatever Rupert was up to is too risky for him to get involved further - then he finds that he's already in too deep...
  • The world called Indigo turned upside down for Magdala Cled one unexpected morning.  From being the world's only genetic misfit, the shunned outcast of an otherwise ideal society, she became the focus of attention for mighty forces. Once they had installed her in the Electric forest, with its weird trees and super-luxurious private home, Magdala awoke to the potentials that were opening up around her.  She also realised the peril that now seemed poised above Indigo - which only she, the hated one, could possibly avert. Cover art by Don Maitz.
  • Homo Uniformis - Man Alike Throughout.  The species had come a long way since homo sapiens. Gone are the old, savage days of war, disease, ritual and emotion. On the planet of Lysenka II, however, things are very different.  Here the inhabitants are the primitive descendants of the original space ship colonists. And when a group of the system's elite holidaying on Lysenka II become stranded in the wilderness, the proximity of their strange and wild ancestors becomes a terrifying threat to their loyalty and survival.
  • Book VI of Swords of Raemllyn. Stowing away on a pleasure ship, the beautiful Lijena poses as a concubine - and carries the Sword of Kwerin Bloodhawk in her hands.  Master thieves Davin Anane and Foran One-Eye travel the highways of Raemllyn with a secret cargo of stolen gold.  These three will be reunited as they go to the aid of good Prince Felrad against the usurper Zarek Yannis.  But the evil Zarek has summoned the Faceless Ones - fiery riders from Hell against whom even a hundred mortal warriors are helpless. Cover art by Luis Royo.
  • Gerald's Game - a husband and wife game. But this time, Jessie didn't want to play. Lying there, spread-eagled, handcuffed to the bed while he'd drooled over her, she felt angry and humiliated. So she'd kicked out - hard. Aiming to get him where it would hurt. And it did hurt - it caused a coronary.  Gerald was dead on the floor, leaving Jessie alone and helpless in a lakeside holiday cabin, miles from anywhere. No-one to hear her screams. Alone - except for the voices in her head that had begun to chatter...and argue...and sneer...
  • The author assesses and explains the role of Goering, dismissing the popular image of the corrupt and indolent buccaneer in order to show the central and serious political role that Goering played in the Third Reich. He shows all facets of Goering's personality, as well as the political context in which he exercised so much power.

  • The distant world of Orthe is littered with the spectacular remnants of its once-great civilisation.  Now the Ortheans have deliberately turned away from the technology that nearly destroyed them.  To Orthe comes Lynne de Lisle Christie, envoy from Earth.  Her assignment: win the confidence of the planet's leaders.  But she quickly finds herself at the centre of a conflict which threatens to explode into war. Cover art by Chris Brown.
  • Renowned nuclear weapons researcher, Dr. Gregory, is not only dead - he's charred to a radioactive cinder in his lab at the Edward Teller Nuclear Research Facility near Oakland, California. Scully and Mulder are called in as it's a death on Federal property and they confront a tight-lipped Federal bureaucracy whose job it is to stop questions before they're asked. Scully and Mulder hit dead ends, closed security clearances and classified documents no-one  wants them to see.  But that doesn't stop them ripping the lid of Dr. Gregory's illegal project - a destructive nuclear explosive that leaves virtually no radioactive fall-out.

  • Book II of The Sovereign Stone trilogy. Missing for generations, the lost portion of the Sovereign Stone has finally been recovered by the last human Dominion Lord, who entrusts it to Bashae. To ensure its safety, Bashae and his companions must make the long and dangerous journey to the Elven Lands. But Dagnarus, the immortal Black Prince has learned of the Stone's discovery and is determined to gain its power for himself. Dispatching his otherworldy servants to hunt down the small band, Dagnarus gathers his forces ready to unleash a diabolical war on the alliance of Elves, Men and Dwarves who oppose him.