The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 1984-1998

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Bart Science Fiction Triplet #1 [by Martin H. Greenberg] ed. Anon. (Bart 1-55785-016-X, Apr ’88, $3.50, 285pp, pb) Anthology of 3 sf novellas, by Asimov, Benford, and Anderson.

The Companion Ken Greenhall (Pocket 0-671-66410-7, Aug ’88 [Jul ’88], $3.50, 223pp, pb) Horror novel. Jillian Cole seeks out the sick and the old. She comforts and loves them to death.

Other Voices Colin Greenland (Unwin Hyman 0-04-440165-5, Mar ’88, £11.95, 182pp, hc) [Hour of the Thin Ox] Fantasy novel, forming a direct sequel to The Hour of the Thin Ox, tracing the adventures of Karel Jessup and Princess Nette. Beautifully constructed as always. (PSP)

Clarion William Greenleaf (Tor 0-812-53906-0, Oct ’88 [Sep ’88], $2.95, 213pp, pb) Science fiction novel. Psionics and a search for a lost planet.

Forgotten Realms: Spellfire Ed Greenwood (TSR 0-88038-587-1, Jul ’88 [Aug ’88], $3.95, 382pp, pb) [Forgotten Realms] Fantasy adventure novel in the “gaming” style; also distributed by TSR UK, concurrently in the same edition.

Max and Me and the Time Machine Gery Greer & Bob Ruddick (Harper Trophy 0-06-440222-3, Mar ’88, $2.50, 114pp, pt) Reprint (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1983) juvenile sf novel. Steve buys a time machine for $2.50 at a garage sale and ends up in medieval England.

The Cormorant Stephen Gregory (St. Martin’s 0-312-01753-7, May ’88 [Mar ’88], $13.95, 148pp, hc) Literary horror novel, a first novel and winner of the Somerset Maugham award. First U.S. edition (Heinemann 1986).

The Cormorant Stephen Gregory (St. Martin’s 0-312-91314-1, Dec ’88 [Nov ’88], $3.50, 213pp, pb) Reprint (Heinemann 1986) literary horror novel about a demon bird. Winner of the Somerset Maugham Award for first novels.

The Woodwitch Stephen Gregory (St. Martin’s 0-312-02672-2, Jan ’89 [Dec ’88], $15.95, 321pp, hc) Horror novel, a tale of witchcraft, obsession, and isolation. First American edition (Heinemann 1988).

Lenten Lands Douglas H. Gresham (Macmillan 0-02-545570-2, Aug ’88, $14.95, 225pp, hc) Non-fiction, biography. The author tells of growing up in the household of C.S. Lewis, his stepfather. [C. S. Lewis]

Abracadabra Stephen Gresham (Zebra 0-8217-2350-2, May ’88 [Apr ’88], $3.95, 381pp, pb) Fantasy novel about sleight-of-hand magic, masquerading as a horror novel.

Night Touch Stephen Gresham (Zebra 0-8217-2552-1, Dec ’88 [Nov ’88], $3.95, 351pp, pb) Horror novel. A blind boy pays a terrifying price to gain sight through psychic powers.

Runaway Stephen Gresham (Zebra 0-8217-2482-7, Oct ’88 [Sep ’88], $3.95, 447pp, pb) Horror novel about a home for runaway children.

Double Planet John Gribbin & Marcus Chown (Gollancz 0-575-04357-1, Nov ’88, £10.95, 220pp, hc) [Double Planet] Hard sf novel about a beleaguered NASA launching a final mission to intercept and manipulate a comet. Expanded from the Analog short story of the same name.

Star Commandos: Mission Underground P. M. Griffin (Ace 0-441-77938-7, Oct ’88 [Sep ’88], $3.50, 201pp, pb) [Star Commandos] Military sf novel, third in a series about a husband and wife commando team.

C.S. Lewis: The Authentic Voice William Griffin (Lion 0-7459-1479-9, Oct ’88 [Nov ’88], £5.95, 440pp, tp) Reprint (Harper & Row 1986, as Clive Staples Lewis: A Dramatic Life) biography of C.S. Lewis. [First U.K. edition] [C. S. Lewis]

Blood Forge Kathryn Meyer Griffith (Leisure 0-8439-2722-4, Jan ’89, $3.95, 392pp, pb) Horror novel. A .357 Colt Python is inhabited by an evil spirit.

Replay Ken Grimwood (Grafton 0-586-07462-7, 1988 [May ’88], £2.95, 366pp, pb) Reprint (Arbor House 1987) sf novel. Special ‘Open Market’ edition, not available in the UK.

Replay Ken Grimwood (Grafton 0-586-07462-7, Aug ’88, £2.99, 366pp, pb) Reprint (Arbor House 1987) literary fantasy time travel novel.

The New Comics ed. Gary Groth & Robert Fiore (Berkley 0-425-11366-3, Nov ’88 [Oct ’88], $8.95, 324pp, tp) Non-fiction, historical. Interviews with modern comic book/strip artists from The Comics Journal.

Forgotten Realms: Azure Bonds Jeff Grubb & Kate Novak (TSR 0-88038-612-6, Oct ’88 [Nov ’88], $3.95, 380pp, pb) [Forgotten Realms] Fantasy novel set in the “Forgotten Realms” gaming universe.

The New Encyclopedia of Science Fiction ed. James Gunn (Viking 0-670-81041-X, Oct ’88, $24.95, 524pp, hc) Non-fiction, reference. Covers books, magazines, films, comics, and more. Available in the UK for £17.95.

Song of the Dwarves Thorarinn Gunnarsson (Ace 0-441-72690-9, Aug ’88 [Jul ’88], $3.50, 214pp, pb) [Song of the Dwarves] Nordic fantasy novel with dwarves, gods, and gold rings.

Albatross Rico Gusman & Kirk Duncan (Ithkos Publications 0-9513034-0-6, Mar ’88, £3.95, 119pp, tp) Sf novel.

MosCon X Program Book ed. Jon Gustafson (Moscow SF Conv. Inc., Sep ’88, free with membership, 144pp, pb) Program book from MosCon X, Moscow, Idaho. Only Special Contributor’s Section is indexed.

Come Endless Darkness Gary Gygax (New Infinities 0-441-11446-6, Mar ’88 [Feb ’88], $3.95, 379pp, pb) [Gord the Rogue] Fantasy novelization, fourth in the “Gord the Rogue” series, based on a game. This book is also issued without the Ace logo for release to gaming stores.

Dance of Demons Gary Gygax (New Infinities 0-425-11342-6, Nov ’88 [Oct ’88], $3.95, 428pp, pb) [Gord the Rogue] Fantasy novelization, latest in the “Gord the Rogue” series set in the gaming world of “Greyhawk”. A separate edition for gaming stores has a number, 40-7005, instead of the ISBN.

Rider Haggard Collected Novels H. Rider Haggard (Castle 1-55521-122-4, Jul ’87 [Jan ’88], $7.98, 449pp, hc) Omnibus of King Solomon’s Mines, Maiwa’s Revenge, Cleopatra, and She. An “instant remainder” book; dated 1987 — not seen until 1988. The text seems to be offset from the earlier Dover edition, Five Novels of H. Rider Haggard, which also contained Alan Quatermain.

The Mutants Are Coming Isidore Haiblum (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-35500-8, Sep ’88 [Aug ’88], $3.50, 251pp, pb) [Mutants Are Coming] Reprint (Doubleday 1984) sf/mystery whodunit set in a lunar colony.

Doctor Who: 25 Glorious Years Peter Haining (W.H. Allen/Planet 1-85227-021-7, Oct ’88, £14.95, 224pp, hc) [Doctor Who] Another collection of facts and anecdotes about Doctor Who to celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary. Distributed in the U.S. by Lyle Stuart Inc., 120 Enterprise Ave., Secaucus NJ 07094, for $24.95.

Irish Tales of Terror ed. Peter Haining (Crown/Bonanza 0-517-65499-7, 1988 [Feb ’88], $6.98, 317pp, hc) Reprint (Gollancz 1970 as The Wild Night Company: Irish Tales of Terror) anthology of 22 horror stories. Introduction by Ray Bradbury.

Movie Monsters ed. Peter Haining (Severn House 0-7278-1546-6, May ’88 [Jun ’88], £10.95, 282pp, hc) Horror anthology.

The Mummy: Stories of the Living Corpse ed. Peter Haining (Severn House 0-7278-1556-3, Nov ’88 [Jan ’89], £10.95, 263pp, hc) Horror anthology.

Scottish Stories of Fantasy and Horror ed. Peter Haining (Crown/Bonanza 0-517-65500-4, 1988 [May ’88], price unknown, 288pp, hc) Reprint (Gollancz 1971 as Clans of Darkness) anthology of 21 stories. Foreword by Angus Wilson. “Instant remainder” book.

King Death’s Garden Ann Halam (Puffin 0-14-032292-2, Jan ’88 [Feb ’88], £1.75, 128pp, pb) Reprint (Orchard 1986) young-adult fantasy novel.

Transformations Ann Halam (Franklin Watts/Orchard 1-85213-119-5, Aug ’88, £7.95, 223pp, hc) [Inland] Young-adult fantasy novel. Sequel to The Daymaker, in which Zanne is faced by the twin problems of Puritanism and adolescence. Strongly recommended. (PSP)

Transformations Ann Halam (Franklin Watts/Orchard 0-531-05766-6, Oct ’88, $13.95, 246pp, hc) [Inland] Young-adult fantasy novel, sequel to The Daymaker. First U.S. edition (Orchard 1988).

All My Sins Remembered Joe W. Haldeman (Avon 0-380-39321-2, Apr ’88 [Mar ’88], $2.95, 224pp, pb) Reissue (St. Martin’s 1977) sf novel; fifth printing.

The Forever War Joe W. Haldeman (Easton Press, 1988 [Apr ’88], $32.50, 236pp, hc) [Mandella; Forever War] Reprint (St. Martin’s 1974) sf novel, winner of the Hugo and Nebula Awards. Collectors edition, with a leatherbound, gilt-edge, gold-embossed cover, artwork by Vincent DiFate, and a new introduction by Ben Bova.

The Forever War Joe W. Haldeman (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-32489-7, Apr ’88 [Mar ’88], $2.95, 218pp, pb) [Mandella; Forever War] Reissue (St. Martin’s 1974) sf novel, winner of the Hugo and Nebula awards. 16th printing; over 420,000 in print.

Mindbridge Joe W. Haldeman (Avon 0-380-01689-3, Feb ’88 [Jan ’88], $2.95, 207pp, pb) Reissue (St. Martin’s 1976) sf novel; third Avon printing.

Tool of the Trade Joe W. Haldeman (Avon 0-380-70438-2, Jun ’88 [May ’88], $3.95, 248pp, pb) Reprint (Morrow 1987) sf/thriller novel.

Tool of the Trade Joe W. Haldeman (Orbit 0-7088-8278-1, Aug ’88 [Jul ’88], £3.50, 261pp, pb) Reprint (Morrow 1987) sf novel.

Space-Fighters ed. Joe W. Haldeman, Martin H. Greenberg & Charles G. Waugh (Ace 0-441-77786-4, Apr ’88 [Mar ’88], $3.50, 296pp, pb) Anthology of 15 sf stories.

After the Spell Wars, Book 1: Ogre Castle F. J. Hale (Pageant 0-517-00648-0, Sep ’88 [Aug ’88], $2.95, 209pp, pb) [After the Spell Wars] Fantasy novel of warrior-wizards. Hale is a pseudonym for a veteran sf author.

Bloodworm John Halkin (Critic’s Choice 1-55547-247-8, Jun ’88, $3.50, 251pp, pb) [Slither] Horror novel, by the author of Slime, Slither, and Squelch; fourth in the series. First U.S. edition (Arrow 1987).

Slime John Halkin (Critic’s Choice 1-55547-261-3, Aug ’88 [Oct ’88], $3.50, 252pp, pb) [Slither] Reissue (Hamlyn 1984) horror novel. Carnivorous jellyfish infest water reservoirs. second printing.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Index Volume 16, 1985 Hal W. Hall (SFBRI 0-935064-20-6, Oct ’88 [Sep ’88], $8.50, 69pp, tp) Non-fiction, reference. Order from Hal W. Hall, 3608 Meadow Oaks Ln., Bryan TX 77802.

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