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  • A dying woman staggers from the shadows of the Houston docks. Flinging herself at a passing squad car, she attacks the cop who comes to her aid - biting away part of his face before she dies in agony. Meanwhile, in a wealthy neighbourhood, another beautiful woman is dying the same hideous death. Her body will be found floating in a bayou - yet the coronor's finding is that there is no evidence that she drowned or that there was any violence. Detective Stuart Haydon can't be sure that it is murder - but when another high class prostitute dies mysteriously, he begins a manhunt that will take him to the underworld of high rollers and sex slaves.  With the help of a beautiful young call girl, Haydon must set a trap for the most inhuman killer he has ever faced.

  • Book II of Jerry Cornelius. Jerry inhabits a world at war with itself and, armed only with an occasional vibragun, fights against history for the freedom of randomness against the straitlaced conventions exemplified by his brother Frank.  He is set loose from his Ladbroke Grove H.Q. into a London Chamber of Horrors - who are Bishop Beesley and Karen Von Krupp, the erotic ghosts of Vietnam and the ex-bank clerk slave girl?

  • Book III of the Gap series. After a terrifying encounter with the Amnonian aliens, Nick Succorso makes for the safety of Thanatos Minor, the infamous bootleg shipyard where galaxial illegals come for ship repair and exotic indulgence.  But the Amnonians are waiting for Nick, Morn Hyland and her force-grown son Davies, making the haven into a hell.

  • Book III of  The Riftwars. As Prince Arutha and his companions rally their forces for the final battle with an ancient and mysterious evil, the dread necromancer Marcos the Black has once again unleashed his dark sorcery. The fate of the two worlds will be decided in a titanic struggle as the link between Kelewan and Midkemia is revived.

  • Book I of A Song of Ice and Fire. Summers span decades and winters last a lifetime.  The struggle for the Iron Throne has begun.  It will rage from the south, where heat breeds lust, plot and intrigues; to the frozen north where a 700-foot wall of ice protects the kingdom from the dark forces that lie beyond.

  • When every word that Shakespeare wrote was true; when clocks for Caesar chimed and cannon roiled for Hamlet, sullen time brought forth a new Dies Irae - England quaked beneath the collective lash. Cromwell's engines, smoke and frigid hate took all on Marston Moor; stout Rupert fell and Roundhead hounds howled poor King Charles' fate. Cold iron guns bespoke the Old Ways' knell. But spirits, sprites and love are Bard betold. Weird inns there are where heroes may abide. Fey rings pierce night. A fair maid may, if bold, find magic's key on Ariel's wild tide. Then Oberon's dread folk will make their help the rightful king regain is land.  The classic bardic tale of the England that never was...

  • Two brothers and friend find $4 million in the cockpit of a downed plane. The pilot is dead. No-one is looking for the money.  To keep it, all they have to do is wait. It all sounds so simple but sometimes - good people do evil things.
  • Actor Sheridan Hayne's life is transformed with his immense success as TV's Sherlock Holmes. He's been a passionate Sherlockian since his youth  and he's thrilled when the studio suggests he live in rooms in Baker Street that contain plenty of  Sherlock case relics. So naturally, when some mysterious karate killings take place, Sheridan is drawn to investigate.