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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • High above London, on the rooftops of the city lives a secret society of misfits governed by a bizarre code of honour.  It is a world known only to a few people on the streets below - until the murderous battle for leadership erupts. As the Roofworld fights to keep the murderous Chymes and his occult worshipping followers at Bay, Robert Linden and Rose Leonard, two innocent outsiders, are drawn into the dangerous twilight world, to face far greater terrors than they could have imagined.
  • 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...
  • In a cafe in modern day Paris, in the aftermath of a fresh Kill, the fearless, beautiful Pandora begins her tale of treachery, vengeance and love that crosses two millennia.  As a young mortal in Imperial Rome in the time of Augustus, Pandora was introduced to the blood-cult of Isis.  Later, in exile in Antioch, she was drawn further into the ancient dark rites.  Now, Pandora decides  to return once more to New Orleans to find the love of her early life, Marius, and to see the Vampire Lestat.
  • Alastair and Conn, the infant twins of Hammerfell, were separated and cast into the night in the fatal blow of a clan feud which raised Hammerfell against Storn and soaked the land in blood for countless generations. Now the time has come for the banner of Hammerfell to rise once more against the might of Storn. Brother will reunited with brother in a test of buried loyalty that will decide the fate of a dynasty. Cover art by Peter Jones.

  • The future, where genetic science is King. All embryos are tampered with, their genes examined and - where necessary - cut. Man's ultimate goal has been achieved - immortality, since interference in genes had produced humans beings whose tissues were at an optimum and who could technically live forever. These immortals, the Optimen, rule mankind from Central Headquarters, monitoring every subversive action and destroying it immediately. Despite their optimum bodies, the do have enemies - it could be the Cyborgs, long considered destroyed; it could be the Parents Underground, striking back for the family and natural birth...or it could be Death itself. Cover art by Ian Miller.
  • 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.  
  • Lloyd Gruver and Joe Kelly are poles apart.  One is an American air force ace, son of a four star general, the other a tough nineteen year old orphan from the Chicago slums.  Both are far from home, based in Japan during the Korean War and both airmen fall under the spell of that country and its women. The fates of two very different men are inextricably linked when they are moved to challenge the prejudices of their respective caste.