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  • Freedom was an isolated planet, off the spaceways track and rarely visited by commercial spacers.  The trouble was, tourists and traders claimed the streets were crowded with mysterious sorts in blue robes and members of an alien species.  The native born humans claim it isn't so.  Such was the belief of Herrin the artist and Waden the autocrat - until a crisis of planetary identity forced a life and depth confrontation between the question of reality and the reality of the question.
  • A multi-dimensional explosion hurled the starship's few passengers across the galaxies and onto an uncharted barren tundra.  With no technical skills and scant supplies, the survivors face a bleak end in an alien world. One brave woman held the daring answer - but it was the most desperate one possible.
  • Domaris, disciple of the Temple of Light, was wrenched from her peaceful life by the arrival of the Atlantean prince Micon, whose powers over wind and sun, earth and fire are coveted by the sorcerers of the dark who would harness his gifts for their own evil ends. Soon, out of a tender, earthly passion, would rise forces that might decide the final victory.  Soon, Domaris would bear Micon a son - but Deoris, her sister, would be enthralled by the forces of darkness.

  • With Conan of Cimmeria, Red Sonja. the deadly warrior-maid battles the dark sorceries of the prison Isle of Os Harku, where a dark force feeds on the evil in the hearts of the traitors, murders and thieves incarcerated there.  It captures Athu, a SHemite sorcerer and drives him to attempt an escape and then search for the entrance to Hell.  During a sorcerous storm, the prisoners escape on a stolen ship.  But also on board is Red Sonja.
  • The children had been waiting for centuries for someone to hear their cries.  Now nine year old Christie has come to live in the house on the hill, the house where no children have lived for fifty years.  And it's in Christie's old-fashioned nursery on the third floor that the terror will begin.
  • Roxanne and Pepper are a teenage couple with problems.  When they return to their small town after a weekend away, they find the town empty.  They call other towns.  Also empty.  They find the whole world empty.  But eventually they discover three other kids their age who are still alive in the town.  But why are they the only ones left?  All they have in common is that they were each directly or indirectly involved in the death of plain, shy, brilliant Betty Sue who committed suicide a short time ago - and who had written short stories about each of them - stories of hate, revenge and death in a dead world.
  • The whistleblower is the lone person who decides enough is enough and that it's time to speak out.  But what motivates them? What do they go through to expose an issue? How do they deal with their employer or the authority they are confronting? What are the ramifications for both the employer and the individual? Here, Dempster - hard-hitting journalist - deals with issues ranging from the BHP and Westpac to the Civil Aviation Authority, giving the background of the issues and the individuals involved. He knows the price those individuals pay for their efforts and also looks at how companies or businesses should react so that in the longterm, the public interest is better served. Whether you are an employer or an employee, this book is for you.

  • Bianca Bernini did not foresee that she would inspire her own murder when she boarded the legendary Ghan for the two day train trip from Sydney to Alice Springs. As the most read, most listened to gossip columnist in Australia. She revelled in her power to ruin the lives of eight other passengers - eight highly-placed, privileged people, who were determined to hide their secrets at any cost. What would they pay to stop the public revelations she could and would make? For K.C. Gordon, successful romance novelist, travelling is a way to recharge her batteries - meet new people, see new places, have new experiences. Wanting to set her next story in the Australian outback she starts off her trip on The Ghan hoping some of the passengers will provide inspiration for new characters. Within an hour of the rain leaving, she is reluctantly drawn into the web Bianca is weaving around her victims.  But the web is already spun. K.C. is caught up in the threads of murder - a prime witness.
  • Book I  of a super series. There is a secret history of the world, in which an alien virus struck the earth in the aftermath of World War II. endowing a handful of survivors with superhuman powers.  Come were called Aces - gifted with extraordinary mental and physical abilities.  Others were Jokers - cursed with bizarre mental or physical deformities.  Some used their talents in  the service of mankind  - and others used them for evil.  Described as a mosaic novel, with contributions by Edward Bryant, Stephen Leigh, Roger Zelazny, Leanne C. Harper, George R.R. Martin, Victor Milan, John J. Miller, Lewis Shiner, Melinda M. Snodgrass. Howard Waldrop and Walter Jon Williams.