The Raffles Megapack E.W. Hornung
This mammoth compilation of Raffles works presents 26 short stories — all the tales from the original 3 collections, “The Amateur Cracksman,” “The Black Mask,” and “A Thief… More
After the End: Recent Apocalypses Paula Guran, ed. et al.
From the Sumerian epic of Gilgamesh to Norse prophecies of Ragnarök to the Revelations of Saint John to Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, any number of fictional zombie Armageddons, and the dystopic world of The Hunger… More
A Trifle Dead Livia Day
Cafe La Femme, Book 1
Tabitha Darling has always had a dab hand for pastry and a knack for getting into trouble. Which was fine when she was a tearaway teen, but not so useful now she’s trying to run a hipster urban cafe, … More
Bull Spec #8+9 Samuel Montgomery-Blinn et al.
The Spring 213 issue of Bull Spec Magazine
This issue features fiction by Rich Matrunick, Elizabeth Creith, Brenda Cannon Kalt, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Gwendolyn Clare, and Peter Wood and Paul Celmer, an excerpt of … More
Death in Silhouette: A Classic Crime Novel John Russell Fearn
Maria Black, the woman’s school headmistress who doubles as a detective, is invited to attend the engagement celebrations of an ex-pupil of her college. There she finds herself involved in the mysterious suicide… More
Mystery in Moon Lane A. A. Glynn
A corpse dressed in old-fashioned clothing is found by rescuers in a burning building in London’s Moon Lane during the Blitz of Christmas 1940. At first, police believe that the dead man must have come from some… More
The Anna Katharine Green Mystery Megapack Anna Katharine Green
The Anna Katharine Green Mystery Megapack selects 35 novels and stories by the classic author, including the complete Amelia Butterworth series and the complete Violet Strange series. If you are not yet familiar with… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #122 M. Bennardo et al.
Issue #122 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by featuring stories by M. Bennardo and Dana Beehr. … More
The Life of Sir Walter Scott: A Biography S. Fowler Wright
Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) is one of the best-loved Scottish writers. Beginning with a series of poetry collections and nonfiction works, Scott quickly became known as a rising force in British letters. But it was… More
Dante’s Inferno: The Divine Comedy, Book One S. Fowler Wright et al.
In his introduction, the translator says: “I suppose that a very great majority of English-speaking people, if they were asked to name the greatest epic poet of the Christian era in Western Europe, would answer… More
Slavegirl of Noomas Charles Nuetzel et al.
Adt and Sarleni, swordsman and slavegirl, lost at sea and attempting to survive, were soon to discover the horrid truths concerning Noomas’ future. Sarleni, trained in the mental powers of the Zygo, offered … More
Queeroes 2 Steven Bereznai
In the sequel to Steven Bereznai’s action-packed (and muscle-packed) adventure story featuring high school students gifted with superhuman powers, the town of Nuffim is once more the scene for mayhem. Gorgeous… More
Best Gay Stories 2013 Steve Berman, editor
The sixth volume of Best Gay Stories explores the entirety of the diverse gay literary market. Editor Steve Berman has chosen compelling fiction that ranges from the pragmatic to the surreal from such acclaimed authors… More