The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 1984-1998

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Rough Beast Gary Goshgarian (Leisure 0-8439-4152-9, Jan ’97 [Aug ’97], $4.99, 296pp, pb) Reprint (Fine 1995) horror/SF novel.

The Stone Circle Gary Goshgarian (Penguin/Donald I. Fine 1-55611-533-4, Sep ’97 [Aug ’97], $21.95, 296pp, hc) Horror novel combining Native American and Celtic mythology. A stone henge is uncovered on an island in Boston Harbor.

Greenwar Steven Gould & Laura J. Mixon (Tor/Forge 0-312-85261-4, Jun ’97 [May ’97], $25.95, 380pp, hc, cover by Peter Bollinger) Associational very-near-future thriller of ecological terrorism.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Day of Honor #2: Armageddon Sky L. A. Graf (Pocket 0-671-00675-4, Sep ’97 [Aug ’97], $5.99, 279pp, pb) [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; Day of Honor] Star Trek novelization, book two of four. Copyrighted by Paramount Pictures.

The World of Darkness: Werewolf: Watcher Charles Grant (HarperPrism 0-06-105672-3, Jun ’97 [May ’97], $5.50, 250pp, pb) [World of Darkness] Novelization based on the dark-fantasy role-playing game. Copyrighted by White Wolf.

Symphony Charles L. Grant (Tor/Forge 0-312-86274-1, Feb ’97 [Jan ’97], $23.95, 302pp, hc) [Millennium Quartet] Millennial horror novel, book one of the “Millennium Quartet”.

Symphony Charles L. Grant (Tor 0-812-56283-6, Jan ’98 [Dec ’97], $5.99, 332pp, pb) [Millennium Quartet] Reprint (Forge 1997) millennial horror novel, book one of the “Millennium Quartet”.

Gallery of Horror ed. Charles L. Grant (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45515-0, Jun ’97 [May ’97], $6.99, 412pp, pb, cover by Jim Thiesen) Reprint (Dodd Mead 1983 as The Dodd Mead Gallery of Horror) anthology of 20 horror stories.

In the Land of Winter Richard Grant (Avon 0-380-97465-7, Nov ’97 [Oct ’97], $24.00, 340pp, hc, cover by Mary Grandpré) Literary fantasy novel. A contemporary witch fights the government for custody of her daughter.

Tex and Molly in the Afterlife Richard Grant (Avon 0-380-78676-1, Oct ’97 [Sep ’97], $6.99, 486pp, pb, cover by Haydn Cornner) Reprint (Avon 1996) literary fantasy novel about two dead hippies.

Falcon’s Egg Luli Gray (Dell Yearling 0-440-41247-1, Sep ’97 [Aug ’97], $4.50, 133pp, tp, cover by Josh Gosfield) Reprint (Houghton Mifflin 1995) young-adult fantasy novel about a dragon egg.

Furnace Muriel Gray (Doubleday 0-385-48002-4, Oct ’97 [Sep ’97], $23.95, 360pp, hc) Supernatural mystery/horror novel. A trucker stops in a small town where something unnatural is happening.

The Trickster Muriel Gray (St. Martin’s 0-312-96100-6, Feb ’97 [Jan ’97], $6.99, 471pp, pb) Reprint (HarperCollins UK 1994) supernatural mystery based on native Canadian legends.

DragonLance: The Wayward Knights Roland Green (TSR 0-7869-0696-0, Sep ’97 [Nov ’97], $5.99, 314pp, tp, cover by Todd Lockwood) Novelization based on the role-playing games; “Warriors” #7. Copyrighted by TSR.

Fantastic Adventures: The Tale of the Comet Roland Green (TSR 0-7869-0654-5, Aug ’97, $5.99, 311pp, tp, cover by David Martin) Fantasy novelization based on the AD&D role-playing game. Book two of “Tomes”. Copyrighted by TSR.

Conan the Guardian Roland J. Green (Tor 0-812-50961-7, Oct ’97, $5.99, 280pp, pb, cover by Ken Kelly) [Conan] Reissue (Tor 1991) novel based on the character created by Robert E. Howard. Second printing.

Competitions Sharon Green (AvoNova 0-380-78415-7, Mar ’97 [Feb ’97], $5.99, 422pp, pb, cover by Thomas Canty) [Blending] Fantasy novel, book two of “The Blending”.

Deathstalker War Simon R. Green (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45608-4, Jul ’97 [Jun ’97], $6.99, 523pp, pb, cover by Donato Giancola) [Deathstalker] SF novel of galactic rebellion, third in the “Deathstalker” series. First US edition (Vista 1997).

Twilight of the Empire Simon R. Green (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45649-1, Aug ’97 [Jul ’97], $6.99, 525pp, pb, cover by Don Maitz) [Twilight of Empire] SF omnibus of three novels of the Empire, prequels to the “Deathstalker” series: Mistworld (1992), Ghostworld (1993), and Hellworld (1993).

Shadow of Ashland Terence M. Green (Tor 0-812-55526-0, Feb ’97 [Jan ’97], $5.99, 221pp, pb) [Shadow of Ashland] Reprint (Tor 1996) fantasy time-travel novel. A man searching for a lost relative finds a town where the past and present mingle.

Dragons: The Greatest Stories ed. Martin H. Greenberg (MJF Books 1-56731-166-0, 1997 [Sep ’97], $7.98, 312pp, hc, cover by Don Maitz) Anthology of 14 stories about dragons, by authors including Anne McCaffrey, Ray Bradbury, Orson Scott Card, and Ursula K Le Guin. An instant remainder edition.

Elf Fantastic ed. Martin H. Greenberg (DAW 0-88677-736-4, Apr ’97 [Mar ’97], $5.99, 318pp, pb, cover by John Howe) Original anthology of 19 fantasy stories featuring elves. Authors include Andre Norton, Dennis L. McKiernan, and Tanya Huff.

Elf Magic ed. Martin H. Greenberg (DAW 0-88677-761-5, Oct ’97 [Sep ’97], $5.99, 314pp, pb, cover by John Howe) Original fantasy anthology of 18 fantasy stories by authors including Elizabeth Anne Scarborough, Rosemary Edghill, Peter Crowther, and Esther Friesner.

Foundation’s Friends ed. Martin H. Greenberg (Tor 0-812-56770-6, Aug ’97 [Jul ’97], $9.99, 449pp, tp, cover by Gary Ruddell) Reprint (Tor 1989) original anthology of 17 stories set on worlds created by Asimov. This edition has been revised, adding three Asimov stories (“Isaac’s Favorite Stories”) and 25 appreciations, five original to this volume, by authors including Connie Willis, Mike Resnick, Carl Sagan, and Janet Asimov.

Haunted Houses: The Greatest Stories ed. Martin H. Greenberg (MJF Books 1-56731-168-7, Aug ’97, $7.98, 308pp, hc, cover by J. K. Potter) Anthology of 16 stories by authors including H.P. Lovecraft, Joyce Carol Oates, Robert Bloch, and Edward Bryant. This is an instant remainder edition.

Legends of the Batman ed. Martin H. Greenberg (MJF Books 1-56731-219-5, 1997 [Aug ’97], $9.98, 518pp, hc, cover by Steve Stanley) [Batman] Anthology of 17 stories, mostly by SF writers, based on the comic book character. Copyrighted by DC Comics. The third instant remainder edition containing stories that first appeared in the three “Further Adventures of Batman” anthologies from Bantam Spectra (1989, 1992, 1993), and The Further Adventures of the Joker (Bantam Spectra 1990), plus two new stories featuring characters from the latest Batman film. No individual story copyrights are given.

Vampires: The Greatest Stories ed. Martin H. Greenberg (MJF Books 1-56731-167-9, 1997 [Oct ’97], $8.98, 308pp, hc, cover by J. K. Potter) Anthology of 15 stories about vampires, by authors including Robert Bloch, Roger Zelazny, Philip K. Dick, Jane Yolen, and S.P. Somtow. An instant remainder edition.

Wizard Fantastic ed. Martin H. Greenberg (DAW 0-88677-756-9, Nov ’97 [Oct ’97], $5.99, 346pp, pb, cover by John Howe) Original anthology of 21 stories about wizards. Authors include Tanya Huff, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Dennis L. McKiernan, and Jane M. Lindskold.

Zodiac Fantastic ed. Martin H. Greenberg & A. R. Morlan (DAW 0-88677-751-8, Sep ’97 [Aug ’97], $5.99, 345pp, pb, cover by Jean-François Podevin) Original anthology of 14 fantasy stories. Authors include Kate Elliott, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, and Rosemary Edghill.

Tarot Fantastic ed. Martin H. Greenberg & Lawrence Schimel (DAW 0-88677-729-1, Feb ’97 [Jan ’97], $5.99, 312pp, pb, cover by Jean-François Podevin) Original anthology of 16 fantasy stories about the tarot, with an introduction by Schimel outlining its history. Authors include George Alec Effinger, Charles de Lint, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and Tanya Huff.

First Contact ed. Martin H. Greenberg & Larry Segriff (DAW 0-88677-757-7, Jul ’97 [Jun ’97], $5.99, 316pp, pb, cover by Peter Gudynas) Original anthology of 19 stories about first contact. Authors include Jane Lindskold, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and Peter Crowther.

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