The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 1984-1998

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The Marked Man Charles Ingrid (DAW 0-88677-396-2, Jan ’91 [Dec ’90], $3.95, 253pp, pb, cover by Vincent Di Fate) [Marked Man] Reissue (DAW 1989) post-ecological disaster sf adventure novel; third printing.

Sand Wars #6: Challenge Met Charles Ingrid (DAW 0-88677-436-5, Aug ’90 [Jul ’90], $3.95, 127pp, pb, cover by Vincent Di Fate) Sf adventure novel.

Shivers ed. Greg Ioannou & Lynne Missen (Seal 0-7704-2349-3, May ’90 [Apr ’90], $4.95, 216pp, pb) Anthology of 16 Canadian ghost stories, seven original. This is a Canadian edition, and Seal is a Bantam subsidiary.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Washington Irving (Morrow/Books of Wonder 0-688-05276-2, Aug ’90, $16.95, 105pp, hc, cover by Arthur Rackham) Reprint (McKay 1928) edition of the classic tale with eight full color paintings and more than twenty pen-and-ink drawings by Arthur Rackham.

The Best of the Best of Trek ed. Walter Irwin & G. B. Love (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45017-5, Jul ’90 [Jun ’90], $9.95, 369pp, tp) [Star Trek] Anthology of 31 non-fiction pieces about Star Trek, selected from the first ten volumes of the “Best of Trek” series.

The Best of Trek #15 ed. Walter Irwin & G. B. Love (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45015-9, Jun ’90 [May ’90], $3.95, 207pp, pb) [Star Trek] Anthology of 19 non-fiction pieces about Star Trek.

Tracer Stuart Jackson (Sphere 0-7474-0603-0, Jun ’90 [May ’90], £3.50, 301pp, pb, cover by Mark Salwowski) Near-future thriller about a right-wing Government that imprisons AIDS victims.

Mattimeo Brian Jacques (Putnam/Philomel 0-399-21741-X, May ’90, $16.95, 446pp, hc, cover by Troy Howell) [Redwall] Animal fantasy novel about mice, third book in the “Redwall” trilogy. First American edition (Hutchinson 1989).

Mattimeo Brian Jacques (Red Fox 0-09-967540-4, Jul ’90, £3.50, 446pp, pb, cover by Pete Lyon) [Redwall] Reprint (Hutchinson 1989) young-adult fantasy novel. Volume 3 in the “Redwall” trilogy.

Mossflower Brian Jacques (Avon 0-380-70828-0, Sep ’90 [Aug ’90], $4.50, 376pp, pb, cover by Thomas Canty) [Redwall] Reprint (Hutchinson 1988) young-adult fantasy novel, first book of the “Redwall” series.

Redwall Brian Jacques (Avon 0-380-70827-2, Mar ’90 [Feb ’90], $4.50, 351pp, pb, cover by Thomas Canty) [Redwall] Reprint (Hutchinson 1986) young-adult fantasy novel set in a world of talking mice. This edition is not being marketed as a juvenile.

Sing for a Gentle Rain J. Alison James (Macmillan Atheneum 0-689-31561-9, Dec ’90 [Nov ’90], $14.95, 211pp, hc, cover by Michael Hays) Time-travel fantasy of a contemporary Indian boy drawn back to the world of the 13th century Anasazi.

Zombie House Martin James (Zebra/Pinnacle 1-55817-323-4, Mar ’90 [Feb ’90], $3.95, 352pp, pb) Voodoo/zombie horror novel. A boy’s mother and his ALF doll are both dismembered by the living dead.

Shoebag Mary James (Scholastic 0-590-43029-7, Mar ’90, $10.95, 135pp, hc, cover by Ken Spengler) Young-adult fantasy of a cockroach that turns into a boy and doesn’t like it.

Dreamer Peter James (St. Martin’s 0-312-04307-4, Jul ’90 [Aug ’90], $18.95, 319pp, hc, cover by Adam Niklewicz) Horror novel of a woman stalked by a figure from her dreams. First American edition (Gollancz 1989).

Dreamer Peter James (Sphere 0-7474-0577-8, Aug ’90, £3.99, 383pp, pb, cover by John Avon) Reprint (Gollancz 1989) horror novel.

Sweet Heart Peter James (Gollancz 0-575-04697-X, Oct ’90, £13.95, 278pp, hc, cover by David Scutt) Horror novel.

Finn Family Moomintroll Tove Jansson (Farrar, Straus and Giroux 0-374-42307-5, Sep ’90 [Aug ’90], $3.50, 170pp, tp, cover by Tove Jansson) [Moomintroll] Reprint (Finland 1948) young-adult fantasy novel, first book in the “Moomin” series. Translated from the Finnish by Ernest Benn, with illustrations by the author.

The Final Reckoning Robin Jarvis (Simon & Schuster UK 0-7500-0272-7, Sep ’90, £3.99, 305pp, tp) [Deptford Mice] Young-adult fantasy novel. Book Three of the “Deptford Mice” trilogy. Also available in hardcover (-0271-9).

The Ice Beast Frank A. Javor (DAW 0-88677-443-8, Sep ’90 [Aug ’90], $3.95, 224pp, pb, cover by Martin Andrews) [Eli Pike] Sf novel, third book of the “Eli Pike” series.

Scor-Sting Frank A. Javor (DAW 0-88677-421-7, Apr ’90 [Mar ’90], $3.95, 223pp, pb, cover by Martin Andrews) [Eli Pike] Sf adventure novel of criminal activity on a desert planet, sequel to The Rim-World Legacy.

Glitterspike Hall Mike Jefferies (Fontana 0-00-617893-6, Apr ’90 [Mar ’90], £3.99, 413pp, pb) [Heirs to Gnarlsmyre] Reprint (Fontana 1989) fantasy novel. Book One of “The Heirs to Gnarlsmyre”.

Hall of Whispers Mike Jefferies (Fontana 0-00-617894-4, Oct ’90 [Sep ’90], £3.99, 414pp, pb) [Heirs to Gnarlsmyre] Fantasy novel. Book Two of “The Heirs to Gnarlsmyre”.

Palace of Kings Mike Jefferies (Harper & Row 0-06-100018-3, Mar ’90 [Feb ’90], $3.95, 420pp, pb) [Loremasters of Elundium] Fantasy novel, second book of the “Loremasters of Elundium” series. First American edition (Fontana 1987).

The Road to Underfall Mike Jefferies (Harper & Row 0-06-100019-1, Feb ’90 [Jan ’90], $3.95, 371pp, pb) [Loremasters of Elundium] Fantasy novel of sorcery and court intrigue, first book of the “Loremasters of Elundium”. First American edition (Fontana 1986).

Shadowlight Mike Jefferies (Harper & Row 0-06-100031-0, Apr ’90 [Mar ’90], $3.95, 452pp, pb) [Loremasters of Elundium] Fantasy novel, third book of the “Loremasters of Elundium” series. First American edition (Fontana 1988).

FreeMaster Kris Jensen (DAW 0-88677-404-7, Feb ’90 [Jan ’90], $3.95, 285pp, pb, cover by Richard Hescox) [Ardel] Sf adventure novel of an alien culture fighting mercenary human invaders. A first novel.

Lost and Found Ruby Jean Jensen (Zebra 0-8217-3040-1, Jun ’90, $3.95, 320pp, pb) Horror novel of a monstrous child.

Victoria Ruby Jean Jensen (Zebra 0-8217-3235-8, Dec ’90 [Nov ’90], $4.50, 352pp, pb) Horror novel of a cursed doll.

Midas Wolfgang Jeschke (NEL 0-450-50937-0, Feb ’90, £2.99, 222pp, pb) Near-future “Blade Runner” influenced sf novel. First edition in English. Translated by the author from the original German (Heyne 1987) sf novel.

Farewell Horizontal K. W. Jeter (Grafton 0-586-20809-7, Jul ’90, £3.50, 253pp, pb, cover by Bryn Barnard) Reprint (St. Martin’s 1989) sf novel.

Soul Eater K. W. Jeter (Pan 0-330-31682-6, Dec ’90, £3.99, 314pp, pb, cover by Dave McKean) Reprint (Tor 1983) horror novel.

The Witch House Norma Tadlock Johnson (Avon Camelot 0-380-75789-3, Oct ’90, $2.95, 139pp, tp, cover by Tom Newsom) Young-adult fantasy novel about Ginny’s family moving into a haunted house.

Secret Matter Toby Johnson (Lavender Press 0-938743-13-9, Jul ’90, $10.00, 197pp, tp, cover by Steven Roussell) Near-future gay sf novel, a romantic comedy about alien first contact in post-quake San Francisco.

Darkly the Thunder William W. Johnstone (Zebra 0-8217-3120-3, Sep ’90 [Aug ’90], $3.95, 351pp, pb) Horror novel — a boy and his computer vs. the Devil.

Death in the Ashes William W. Johnstone (Zebra 0-8217-2922-5, Mar ’90 [Feb ’90], $3.95, 383pp, pb) [Ashes] Post-holocaust sf adventure novel in a series.

Survival in the Ashes William W. Johnstone (Zebra 0-8217-3098-3, Aug ’90 [Jul ’90], $3.95, 320pp, pb) [Ashes] Post-holocaust military adventure sf novel.

Cart & Cwidder Diana Wynne Jones (Macmillan Collier 0-02-043921-0, Apr ’90, $3.95, 193pp, pb, cover by Dominick Finelle) [Dalemark Quartet] Reprint (Macmillan UK 1975) young-adult fantasy novel in the “Dalemark” series.

Castle in the Air Diana Wynne Jones (Methuen 0-416-15782-3, Jul ’90, £8.95, 208pp, hc, cover by Alan Fraser) [Wizard’s Castle] Humorous young-adult fantasy novel. Sequel to Howl’s Moving Castle.

Dogsbody Diana Wynne Jones (Knopf Bullseye 0-394-82031-2, Feb ’90, $3.50, 242pp, tp, cover by Pamela Patrick) Reprint (Macmillan UK 1975) young-adult fantasy novel.

Eight Days of Luke Diana Wynne Jones (Knopf Borzoi 0-394-84339-8, Sep ’90 [Aug ’90], $3.50, 150pp, pb, cover by Jim Warren) Reprint (Macmillan UK 1975) young-adult fantasy novel.

Fire and Hemlock Diana Wynne Jones (Teens Mandarin 0-7497-0283-4, Jul ’90, £2.99, 341pp, pb, cover by Bruce Hogarth) Reprint (Methuen 1985) young-adult fantasy novel.

The Homeward Bounders Diana Wynne Jones (Teens Mandarin 0-7497-0281-8, Jul ’90, £2.99, 224pp, pb, cover by Alan Fraser) Reprint (Macmillan 1981) young-adult fantasy novel.

The Lives of Christopher Chant Diana Wynne Jones (Knopf Bullseye 0-394-82205-6, Apr ’90 [Mar ’90], $3.50, 230pp, tp, cover by Jim Warren) [Chrestomanci] Reprint (Greenwillow 1988) young-adult fantasy novel in the “Chrestomanci” series, prequel to Charmed Life.

The Ogre Downstairs Diana Wynne Jones (Morrow Greenwillow 0-688-09195-4, Apr ’90 [May ’90], $12.95, 182pp, hc, cover by Jos. A. Smith) Reprint (Macmillan UK 1974) young-adult fantasy novel of three children and their evil stepfather.

Tale of Time City Diana Wynne Jones (Teens Mandarin 0-7497-0440-3, Jul ’90 [Aug ’90], £2.99, 285pp, pb, cover by Alan Fraser) Reissue (Methuen 1985) young-adult sf novel.

Witch Week Diana Wynne Jones (Mammoth 0-7497-0174-9, Jul ’90, £2.50, 210pp, pb, cover by Nick Bantock) [Chrestomanci] Reissue (Macmillan 1982) young-adult fantasy novel.

Hidden Turnings ed. Diana Wynne Jones (Morrow Greenwillow 0-688-09163-6, May ’90, $12.95, 182pp, hc, cover by Emanuel Schongut) Original anthology of 12 young-adult fantasy stories. First American edition (Methuen 1989).

Hidden Turnings ed. Diana Wynne Jones (Teens Mandarin 0-7497-0279-6, Jul ’90, £2.99, 183pp, pb, cover by Frazer Shaw) Reprint (Methuen 1989) young-adult original fantasy anthology, including stories by Terry Pratchett, Garry Kilworth, Tanith Lee and Roger Zelazny. Recommended. (PSP)

Fly by Night Jenny Jones (Headline 0-7472-7975-6, Aug ’90, £7.99, 340pp, tp) [Flight Over Fire] Fantasy novel. A first novel. Also available in hardcover (-0238-9, £14.95). Volume One of “Flight Over Fire”.

The Supernatural John G. Jones (Sphere 0-7221-5221-3, Mar ’90, £3.99, 374pp, pb, cover by Dave Eastbury) Reprint (Tudor 1988) horror novel.

The Obsidian and Other Stories Kelvin I. Jones (Sir Hugo Books, Nov ’90, £2.00, 51pp, ph, cover by Douglas Walters) [Dr. John Carter] Original collection of three ghost stories about the psychic detective Dr. John Carter.

Warhammer 40,000: Deathwing ed. Neil Jones & David Pringle (GW Books 1-872372-12-0, Nov ’90, $8.99, 257pp, tp, cover by Trevor Scobie) [Warhammer 40,000] Original anthology of seven stories based on the “Warhammer” game. This is a worldwide edition with both UK and US prices.

Fantasy Tales [v1 #1, Spring 1990] ed. Stephen Jones (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-567-1, May ’90 [Apr ’90], $2.95, 104pp, tp, cover by J. K. Potter) Original anthology/magazine of of seven horror/dark fantasy stories and a poem. Published simultaneously in the UK as a magazine, Fantasy Tales v11 #4, Spring 1990 (Robinson 1990).

Best New Horror ed. Stephen Jones & Ramsey Campbell (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-630-9, Nov ’90, $18.95, 390pp, hc, cover by Les Edwards) Best-of-the-year anthology of 20 horror stories, plus a look at horror in 1989 by the editors and a necrology by Jones and Kim Newman. First American edition (Robinson 1990).

Best New Horror ed. Stephen Jones & Ramsey Campbell (Robinson 1-85487-058-0, Nov ’90 [Sep ’90], £6.99, 390pp, tp, cover by Les Edwards) Anthology of the best horror stories of 1989. Simultaneous with US (Carroll & Graf) edition.

Horror: The 100 Best Books ed. Stephen Jones & Kim Newman (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-594-9, Jun ’90 [May ’90], $8.95, 256pp, tp, cover by Roy Colmer) Reprint (Xanadu 1988) reference book with review/essays by 100 horror writers and scholars on their favorite books.

Dark Voices: The Best from the Pan Book of Horror Stories ed. Stephen Jones & Clarence Paget (Pan 0-330-31100-X, Apr ’90, £3.99, 348pp, pb, cover by Dave McKean) Anthology of thirteen stories taken from past volumes of The Pan Book of Horror Stories, most in turn reprinted from other sources, together with brief introductions by contemporary horror authors. Also available in hardcover (-31565-X, £13.95).

The Best Horror from Fantasy Tales ed. Stephen Jones & David Sutton (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-571-X, Apr ’90 [Mar ’90], $17.95, 264pp, hc, cover by Roy Colmer) Anthology of 20 horror stories that appeared previously in Fantasy Tales, illustrated by various artists. First American edition (Robinson 1988).

Fantasy Tales [v1 #2, Fall 1990] ed. Stephen Jones & David Sutton (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-643-0, Oct ’90 [Nov ’90], $3.95, 201pp, tp, cover by J. K. Potter) Original anthology of 13 horror/dark fantasy stories. This used to be a magazine/anthology, but the non-fiction has since been dropped. First American edition (Robinson 1990 as Fantasy Tales #5).

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