The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 1984-1998

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Warrior’s Woman Johanna Lindsey (Avon 0-380-75301-4, Jun ’90 [May ’90], $4.95, 422pp, pb, cover by Elaine Duillo) Sf romance novel of a 22nd-century woman’s love for a barbarian warrior from another world.

Doctor Who: The Mind Robber Peter Ling (Target 0-426-20286-4, Aug ’90 [Sep ’90], £2.50, 144pp, pb, cover by Alister Pearson) [Doctor Who] Reissue (Target 1986) young-adult sf novelization. Volume 115 in the series.

The Salamander Tree Robert Lipscombe (Hamish Hamilton 0-241-12795-5, Oct ’90 [Dec ’90], £13.99, 376pp, hc, cover by John Caple) Literary fantasy novel.

The Legend of King Arthur Robin Lister (Doubleday 0-385-26369-4, Jun ’90 [Apr ’90], $15.95, unpaginated, hc, cover by Alan Baker) [King Arthur] Children’s Arthurian fantasy collection of 14 “retold” tales, profusely illustrated in color by Alan Baker.

Bad Voltage Jonathan Littell (Orbit 0-7474-0584-0, Sep ’90, £3.99, 309pp, pb, cover by Peter Elson) Reprint (Signet 1989) sf novel.

The Revelation Bentley Little (St. Martin’s 0-312-03922-0, Feb ’90, $17.95, 289pp, hc, cover by Cary Henrie) Horror novel of religious madness and apocalyptic terror in a small Arizona town. A first novel.

Saccharin Cyanide Anna Livia (Onlywomen Press 0-906500-35-4, Jun ’90 [May ’90], £4.95, 146pp, tp) Collection of fourteen lesbian feminist short stories, mainly original, including some science fiction and fantasy.

On Raven’s Wing Morgan Llewelyn (Heinemann 0-434-42744-6, Jul ’90, £14.95, 512pp, hc) Reprint (Morrow 1989 as Red Branch) Irish fantasy novel.

Dragon Pond A. R. Lloyd (Muller 0-09-173980-2, Aug ’90, £12.99, 201pp, hc, cover by Douglas Hall) [Kine Saga] Animal fantasy novel about weasels. Volume III of “The Kine Saga”.

Marshworld A. R. Lloyd (Arrow 0-09-968160-9, Aug ’90 [Jul ’90], £3.99, 255pp, pb, cover by John Barber) [Kine Saga] Reissue (Hamlyn 1982 as Kine) animal fantasy novel about weasels. Volume 1 of “The Kine Saga”.

Witchwood A. R. Lloyd (Arrow 0-09-953840-7, Aug ’90 [Jul ’90], £3.99, 224pp, pb, cover by John Barber) [Kine Saga] Reprint (Muller 1989) animal fantasy novel about weasels. Volume 2 of “The Kine Saga”.

Red Branch Morgan Llywelyn (Ballantine Ivy 0-8041-0591-X, Feb ’90 [Jan ’90], $5.95, 493pp, pb) Reprint (Morrow 1989) Irish fantasy novel, a retelling of the legends of Cuchulain.

Nightmare on Elm Street 4 & 5 Joseph Locke (Futura 0-7088-4564-9, Jan ’90, £2.99, 188pp, pb) Reprint (St. Martin’s 1989) horror novelization.

The Dr. Who Programme Book Jean-Marc Lofficier (Target 0-426-20342-9, Dec ’89, £1.99, 177pp, pb) [Doctor Who] Revised, new edition of a standard reference work on the Dr. Who series, with an introduction by John Nathan-Turner. This version just contains the episode guide, previously published as volume 1 of a 2-volume set.

Voodoo Fury Gregg Loomis (Charter Diamond 0-8217-3268-4, Jan ’91 [Dec ’90], $3.95, 288pp, pb) Horror novel. An Atlanta family is menaced by Haitian voodoo.

Crow and Weasel Barry Lopez (North Point Press 0-86547-439-7, Oct ’90 [Sep ’90], $16.95, 63pp, hc, cover by Tom Pohrt) Fantasy short story, an animal fable with full-color illustrations by Tom Pohrt.

Robert E. Howard: Selected Letters: 1923-1930 ed. Glenn Lord, Rusty Burke & S. T. Joshi (Necronomicon Press 0-940884-26-7, Mar ’90, $9.95, 84pp, ph, cover by Robert H. Knox) Non-fiction; reference. Selection of Howard’s correspondence including letters to Farnsworth Wright and Lovecraft, first of several volumes.

Mandrake J. Edward Lord (Ballantine 0-345-35081-2, Feb ’90 [Apr ’90], $3.95, 241pp, pb) Horror novel of a house haunted by an ancient evil.

Star Trek, the Next Generation: Metamorphosis Jean Lorrah (Pocket 0-671-68402-7, Mar ’90 [Feb ’90], $4.95, 371pp, pb) [Star Trek, the Next Generation] Star Trek novelization, the first “giant” novel about the tv characters—not part of the continuing series.

Star Trek, the Next Generation: Metamorphosis Jean Lorrah (Titan 1-85286-288-2, Mar ’90, £3.99, 371pp, pb) [Star Trek, the Next Generation] Sf novelization. Simultaneous with US (Pocket Books) edition.

At the Mountains of Madness H. P. Lovecraft (Donald M. Grant 0-937986-69-0, Jul ’90, $120.00, 95pp, hc) Classic Lovecraft short novel, apparently a first solo publication. With full-color illustrations by Fernando Duval. This is an oversize hardcover edition, 34.5 x 24 cm., and is limited to 1,000 copies signed by the artist.

At the Mountains of Madness and Other Tales of Terror H. P. Lovecraft (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-32945-7, Oct ’90, $4.95, 184pp, pb, cover by Michael Whelan) Reissue (Beagle 1971) collection of four stories; 17th printing.

The Case of Charles Dexter Ward H. P. Lovecraft (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-35490-7, Oct ’90, $4.95, 127pp, pb, cover by Michael Whelan) Reissue (Beagle 1971) short horror novel; 11th printing.

The Doom That Came to Sarnath and Other Stories H. P. Lovecraft (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-33105-2, Oct ’90, $4.95, 208pp, pb, cover by Michael Whelan) Reissue (Ballantine 1971) collection; 15th printing.

The Fantastic Poetry H. P. Lovecraft (Necronomicon Press, Jul ’90 [Aug ’90], $5.95, 63pp, ph, cover by Jason C. Eckhardt) Collection of Lovecraft’s poetry, edited and with an introduction by S.T. Joshi and illustrations by Jason Eckhardt.

The Hope James Lovegrove (Macmillan 0-333-51214-6, Jan ’90 [Dec ’89], £12.95, 232pp, hc, cover by Michael Bennallack-Hart) Episodic literary sf novel about a five-mile-long cruise liner adrift on the open sea for decades, and the cultures that evolve on it.

Guardians of the Three Volume Four: Defenders of Ar Jack Lovejoy (Bantam Spectra 0-553-28453-3, Apr ’90 [Mar ’90], $3.95, 311pp, pb, cover by Steve Assel) [Guardians of the Three] Fantasy round-robin series by various authors, packaged by Bill Fawcett & Associates. Only Bill Fawcett’s name appears on the cover.

Black Sky William H. Lovejoy (Zebra 0-8217-3236-6, Dec ’90 [Nov ’90], $4.50, 384pp, pb) Technothriller of 21st-century near-space warfare, with the US & USS.R. vs. Japan.

Sherlock Holmes: The Great Detective in Paperback Gary Lovisi (Gryphon Books 0-936071-14-1, Jun ’90, $9.95, 151pp, tp, cover by Franklyn Hamilton) [Sherlock Holmes] Associational non-fiction; reference. Annotated bibliography of Sherlock Holmes in paperback, with an introduction by John Bennett Shaw. A hardcover edition (-15-X; $19.95) was announced but not seen.

Kala Nicholas Luard (Century 0-7126-2548-8, Jun ’90, £13.99, 479pp, hc) Romantic fantasy novel about a fabulous lost city in the Okavango Delta.

Illegal Alien James Luceno (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-36254-3, Apr ’90 [Mar ’90], $3.95, 245pp, pb, cover by Barclay Shaw) Humorous sf novel of interstellar intrigue and sex.

The House of Doors Brian Lumley (Tor 0-812-50832-7, Mar ’90 [Feb ’90], $4.95, 474pp, pb, cover by Jim Thiesen) [House of Doors] Horror novel of an evil house that uses the fears of those inside it to attack them.

Iced on Aran and Other Dreamquests Brian Lumley (Headline 0-7472-3510-4, Nov ’90 [Oct ’90], £3.50, 244pp, pb) [Dreamlands] Collection of five stories, mainly original, about David Hero and Eldin the Wanderer in the “Dreamlands”.

Khai of Ancient Khem Brian Lumley (Grafton 0-586-20839-9, Nov ’90, £3.99, 396pp, pb, cover by George Underwood) Reprint (??? 1980) horror novel, set in prehistoric Egypt.

Mad Moon of Dreams Brian Lumley (Headline 0-7472-3352-7, Apr ’90, £3.50, 248pp, pb, cover by Mark Salwowski) [Dreamlands] Reprint (W. Paul Ganley 1987?) horror novel. Volume Three in the “Dreamlands” tetralogy.

Necroscope Brian Lumley (Tor 0-812-52166-8, May ’90, $3.95, 505pp, pb, cover by Bob Eggleton) [Necroscope] Reissue (Tor 1988) vampire/espionage novel, first book of the “Necroscope” series; fourth printing.

Necroscope II: Vamphyri! Brian Lumley (Tor 0-812-52126-9, May ’90 [Jun ’90], $4.95, 470pp, pb, cover by Bob Eggleton) [Necroscope] Reissue (Tor 1989) vampire/espionage novel, second book of the “Necroscope” series; second printing.

Necroscope III: The Source Brian Lumley (Tor 0-812-52127-7, May ’90 [Apr ’90], $4.95, 505pp, pb, cover by Bob Eggleton) [Necroscope] Reissue (Tor 1989) vampire/espionage novel, third book of the “Necroscope” series; second printing.

Necroscope IV: Deadspeak Brian Lumley (Tor 0-812-50833-5, May ’90 [Apr ’90], $4.95, 487pp, pb, cover by Bob Eggleton) [Necroscope] Vampire adventure novel, fourth book in the “Necroscope” series.

Necroscope IV: Deadspeak Brian Lumley (Kinnell 1-870532-23-6, Jul ’90, £14.95, 556pp, hc, cover by Graham Potts) [Necroscope] Reprint (Tor 1990) horror novel. First world hardcover edition.

Necroscope IV: Deadspeak Brian Lumley (Grafton 0-586-20904-2, Aug ’90, £4.50, 556pp, pb, cover by George Underwood) [Necroscope] Reprint (Tor 1990) horror novel.

Starfield ed. Duncan Lunan (The Orkney Press 0-907618-21-9, Oct ’89 [Jan ’90], £10.95, 211pp, hc, cover by Sydney Jordan) Anthology of stories by Scottish authors, many of them previously uncollected.

The Forever City Richard A. Lupoff (Hutchinson 0-09-174480-6, Aug ’90 [Sep ’90], £7.99, 186pp, hc, cover by Paul Damon) Reprint (Walker 1987) young-adult sf novel.

Philip José Farmer’s The Dungeon Volume 6: The Final Battle Richard A. Lupoff (Bantam Spectra 0-553-28542-4, Jul ’90, $3.95, 283pp, pb, cover by Robert Gould) [Dungeon] Fantasy novelization set in a shared world created by Farmer. Packaged by Byron Preiss Visual Publications.

Don’t Tell the Grown-Ups Alison Lurie (Little, Brown 0-316-53722-5, Mar ’90, $19.95, 229pp, hc, cover by Hilary Knight) Non-fiction; reference. A collection of essays on children’s literature with an emphasis on fantasy.

Beneath an Opal Moon Eric V. Lustbader (Fawcett Crest 0-449-21649-7, Mar ’90 [Feb ’90], $3.95, 260pp, pb, cover by Don Maitz) [Sunset Warrior] Reprint (Doubleday 1980) fantasy novel, fourth book of the “Sunset Warrior Cycle”. The author’s name appeared on previous editions as Eric Van Lustbader.

Author’s Choice Monthly Issue 10: Tales from a Vanished Country Elizabeth A. Lynn (Pulphouse, Jul ’90 [Aug ’90], $4.95, 109pp, tp, cover by George Barr) Collection of three stories plus an introduction by the author. Also available in a signed hardcover edition ($25.00). A deluxe leatherbound edition ($50.00) was announced but not seen.

Priorities Lynda Lyons (Naiad Press 0-941483-66-5, Apr ’90 [May ’90], $8.95, 271pp, tp, cover by Pat Tong & Bonnie Liss) Lesbian sf novel set in a world where humans and robots are in conflict. A first novel.

Lens of the World R. A. MacAvoy (Morrow 0-688-09484-8, Jun ’90 [May ’90], $18.95, 286pp, hc, cover by Keith Parkinson) [Lens of the World] Fantasy novel of a boy’s coming of age in a mythical kingdom, first book of a new series.

The Third Eagle R. A. MacAvoy (Bantam UK 0-553-40175-0, Apr ’90 [Mar ’90], £3.50, 261pp, pb, cover by Jim Burns) Reprint (Doubleday Foundation 1989) sf novel.

Frankenstein’s Children David Mace (NEL 0-450-51188-X, Jan ’90, £12.95, 252pp, hc) [Frankenstein] Sf novel.

Strange Roads Arthur Machen (Green Round Press 0-9515774-0-9, Aug ’90 [Nov ’90], £11.50, 55pp, hc) Reprint (The Classic Press 1923) collection of two articles by Machen, together with the introduction by Machen to the 1924 reprint edition and a new preface by Rita Tait. This edition is limited to 350 copies.

The Rainbow Quest of Thomas Pynchon Douglas A. Mackey (Borgo Press 0-89370-242-0, Sep ’89 [Mar ’90], $9.95, 68pp, tp, cover by Judy Cloyd Graphic Design) Reissue (Borgo Press 1980) non-fiction; reference, examining Pynchon’s work; third printing with an added index.

The Work of Ian Watson Douglas A. Mackey (Borgo Press 0-8095-1512-1, Dec ’89 [Mar ’90], $12.95, 148pp, tp) Non-fiction; reference. Annotated primary and secondary bibliography of works by and about Watson plus an autobiographical afterword by Watson. A hardcover edition (-0512-6, $22.95) was announced but not seen.

Spirit Level John Mackley (The Book Guild 0-86332-517-3, Nov ’90, £10.50, 146pp, hc, cover by John Grey) Occult fantasy novel.

Just Before Dark Jack MacLane (Zebra 0-8217-3212-9, Nov ’90 [Oct ’90], $3.95, 288pp, pb) Horror novel of a haunted junkyard.

Rest in Peace Jack MacLane (Zebra 0-8217-2987-X, May ’90 [Jul ’90], $3.95, 319pp, pb) Horror novel of something lurking in a rural Texas graveyard.

Outbanker Timothy A. Madden (TSR 0-88038-906-0, Aug ’90, $3.95, 314pp, tp, cover by Doug Chaffee) Sf adventure novel.

U.S.S.A. David Madsen (Grafton 0-586-20980-8, Dec ’90, £3.99, 413pp, pb, cover by Chris Moore) Reprint (Morrow 1989) post-World War III thriller.

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