Yamada Monogatari: Demon Hunter Richard Parks
Celebrating the release of the Richard Parks’s new novel, Yamada Monogatari: To Break the Demon Gate.
In an ancient Japan where the incursions of gods, ghosts, and demons into the living world is an everyday… More
The Dragon Megapack Kenneth Grahame et al.
Dragons have thrilled the imagination since the days of ancient Greece and Rome. From heroes like Hercules to King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, from Frodo in The Hobbit to St. George, generations of heroes… More
The Forest of Forever Thomas Burnett Swann
Here in THE FOREST OF FOREVER dwells the last Minotaur, and here too are the other lingering dwellers in that folk-whispered country where dwell the beasts that are human and the humans that are beasts…
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Exit, Pursued by a Bear Greer Gilman
Faerie. It’s only theater. What could go wrong?
Inquisitor Dreams Phyllis Ann Karr
Spanish Inquisitor Don Felipe considers himself a loyal servant of Holy Church. Despite his lifelong friendship with the Jewish Gamito, despite the courtly love for their Islamic playfellow’s sister that … More
The Sorcerer’s Widow Lawrence Watt-Evans
The great sorcerer Nabal’s death offers many opportunities, both for those who knew him and those who did not. For young conmen Ezak and Kel, it means a chance to loot the sorcerer’s estate … if they… More
Seven Against Mars Martin Berman-Gorvine
Trapped in the Warsaw ghetto in 1942, teenager Rachel Zilber escapes the horror by writing about the adventures of Zap-Gun Jack and Princess Anya of Mars. When her parents are captured by the Nazis, Rachel’s transported… More
Queens Walk in the Dusk Thomas Burnett Swann
Thomas Burnett Swann was a brilliant fantasy writer who died in 1976. He wrote primarily about the ancient Greek and Roman world, blending myth with romance and adventure. A reviewer in the Village Voice sums his work… More
For a thousand years, the immortal Shashavani have hidden from the world in the halls of their mountain fortress, amassing great stores of knowledge in a haven of academic tranquility. And while Doctor Varanus has never… More
Sword and Blood Sarah Marques
Book One of The Vampire Musketeers
In another world, history changes but heroes remain the same.
In a world where vampires have taken every humble chapel, defiled every grand cathedral, subdued most nations and treated… More
The Constant Tower Carole McDonnell
Sickly fifteen year old Prince Psal, the son of the nature-blessed warrior-king Nahas, should have been named Crown Prince of all Wheel Clan lands. A priest-physician like his friend Ephan, Psal lacks a warrior’s… More
Mortal Love Elizabeth Hand
Art, murder, love. For fans of Deborah Harkness, Diana Gabledon, and those who like to mix a little literary history into their historical novels.
Swirling between eras and continents, Mortal Love is an intense novel… More
Yesterday Never Dies Brian Stableford
At an 1847 revival of Meyerbeer’s opera Robert le Diable, the ghost of Blaise Thibodeaux, the author of La Résonance du temps, appears in one of the boxes, just as Thibodeaux had predicted to Auguste Dupin that it would,… More
Fatal Women: The Esther Garber Novellas Tanith Lee
World Fantasy Award winner Tanith Lee channels the allusive Esther Garber to tell these dark, erotic tales of lesbian ardor and obsession. The “fatal women” found within these pages lead exotic lives and adventures… More
Gonji: Deathwind of Vedun T. C. Rypel
The Book of Death…and of Life. The Carpathian city of Vedun is poised for holocaust: terrifying monsters, vile magic, and brutal mercenaries are arrayed against the anxious secret militia by the multiple-lived… More
The Passing of the Gods David C. Smith
“The world is a thing of swords and hate. Men of love and charity are mistrusted and feared. All is now lost.” Asawas, the Man Who Sees, the prophet of the last days, brings the truth of the end of the First World.… More