The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 2006

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Bloodstained Oz Christopher Golden & James A. Moore (Earthling Publications, May 2006, $35.00, 116pp, hc) [Oz] Dark fantasy novella drawing on L. Frank Baum’s Oz. A strange storm carries horrors from Oz to Depression-era Kansas. Introduction by Ray Garton. Illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne. This is a signed, limited edition of 500; a traycased, lettered edition of 26 ($175.00) is also available. Earthling Publications, PO Box 413, Northborough MA 01532; []; [].

Stones Unturned Christopher Golden & Thomas E. Sniegoski (Ace 0-441-01446-1, Oct 2006, $7.99, 343pp, pb, cover by Christian McGrath) [Menagerie] Dark fantasy novel, third in The Menagerie series.

Lord of the Flies William Golding (Penguin/Perigee 0-399-50148-7, May 2006, $9.99, 208pp, pb) Reprint (Faber & Faber 1954) classic literary novel with SF elements. Notes by E.L. Epstein. This is a Premium (tall mass market) edition.

From Dream to Dream Arlene Golds (Baen 1-4165-2066-X, Jun 2006, $25.00, 308pp, hc, cover by Tom Kidd) Fantasy novel. A woman’s dreams and nightmares become real. A first novel.

Event David L. Golemon (St. Martin’s 0-312-35341-3, Sep 2006, $24.95, 352pp, hc) [Event Group] SF thriller. The Event Group investigates a UFO crash in the American Southwest. A Thomas Dunne book.

Survivor J. F. Gonzalez (Leisure 0-8439-5567-8, Feb 2006, $6.99, 373pp, pb) Reprint (Midnight Library 2004) associational non-supernatural horror novel, expanded from the novella “Maternal Instinct”.

When the Darkness Falls J. F. Gonzalez (Midnight Library 0-9755144-7-4, Oct 2006, $15.00, 276pp, tp, cover by Richard Long) Collection of 14 stories, one original, with an introduction and notes on each story by the author. This is a print-on-demand edition, available online at [].

The Beloved J. F. Gonzalez (Leisure 978-0-8439-5694-8, Dec 2006, $7.99, 369pp, pb, cover by Ron Leming) Reprint (Midnight Library 2005) horror novel.

Debt of Bones Terry Goodkind (Tor 0-765-35154-4, Nov 2006, $4.99, 160pp, pb, cover by Keith Parkinson) [Sword of Truth] Reissue (Gollancz 2001) fantasy novel in The Sword of Truth series, somewhat revised from its appearance in the anthology Legends (1998). Fifth printing.

Phantom Terry Goodkind (Tor 0-765-30524-0, Jul 2006, $29.95, 587pp, hc, cover by Keith Parkinson) [Sword of Truth] Fantasy novel, tenth in “The Sword of Truth” series. A signed, limited edition (-31554-8, $250.00) was announced but not seen. First US edition (Voyager 6/06).

The King in the Window Adam Gopnik (Hyperion/Miramax 0-7868-3894-9, Oct 2006, $9.99, 412pp, tp, cover by Thomas Woodruff) Reprint (Miramax 2005) young-adult fantasy adventure.

Left in the Dark: The Supernatural Tales of John Gordon John Gordon (Medusa Press 978-0-9725324-1-9, Oct 2006, $40.00, 318 + xvi, hc) Collection of 30 stories, one original; many of the stories were previously collected in The Spitfire Grave and Other Stories (Kestrel), Catch Your Death and Other Stories (1984), and The Burning Baby and Other Ghosts (1992). Foreword by Frank Chigas; introduction by Gordon. This is a limited edition of 450; a deluxe signed edition of 50 ($60.00) is also available. Order from Medusa Press, PO Box 458, San Carlos CA 94070; [].

Amphigorey Again Edward Gorey (Harcourt 0-15-101107-9, Oct 2006, $35.00, unpaginated, hc, cover by Edward Gorey) Art book, an omnibus/collection of 28 items, all previously uncollected, three previously unpublished and several privately published, some unfinished work. Twelve items are in color.

In the Forest of Forgetting Theodora Goss (Wildside Press/Prime Books 0-8095-5691-X, May 2006, $24.95, 255 + xiv, hc, cover by Virginia Lee) Fantasy collection of 16 stories, two original. Introduction by Terri Windling. Prime Books, 9710 Traville Gateway Dr. #234, Rockville MD 20850; [].

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War: Tempest C. S. Goto (BL Publishing/Black Library US 1-84416-399-7, Oct 2006, $7.99, 412pp, pb, cover by Philip Sibbering) [Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War] Novelization based on the roleplaying game universe, third in the Dawn of War series. Copyrighted by Games Workshop. This first US edition has the same ISBN as the Black Library UK edition (9/06) but gives only US and Canadian prices.

Warhammer 40,000: Warrior Coven C. S. Goto (BL Publishing/Black Library US 1-84416-365-2, Jun 2006, $7.99, 409pp, pb, cover by Phillip Sibbering) [Warhammer 40,000: Death Watch] Novelization based on the roleplaying game, sequel to Warhammer 40,000: Warrior Brood. This first US edition has the same ISBN as the Black Library UK (5/05) edition, but only lists US and Canadian prices.

Kiss of Darkness Heather Graham (Harlequin/Mira 0-7783-2343-9, Sep 2006, $7.99, 389pp, pb) Paranormal romantic suspense novel. An investigation into missing tourists in Transylvania leads to New Orleans and rumors of vampires.

Kiss of Darkness Heather Graham (SFBC #1221147, Nov 2006, $10.99, 389pp, hc) Reprint (Mira 2006) supernatural romance. This has ISBN 978-0-7394-7380-1; it lacks a price and has the SFBC number on the back jacket.

The Last Cavalier Heather Graham (Harlequin/Silhouette 0-373-47082-7, Sep 2006, $4.99, 249pp, pb) Reissue (Silhouette 1994) horror romance novel.

The Vision Heather Graham (Harlequin/Mira 0-7783-2321-8, Jun 2006, $7.99, 411pp, pb) Horror novel. A diver’s a vision of a dead woman is a warning of evil.

DC Universe: Last Sons Alan Grant (Warner 0-446-61656-7, Feb 2006, $6.99, 322pp, pb, cover by James Jean) [DC Universe] Novelization, the first in a new series based on the world of the comics. Copyrighted by DC Comics.

DC Universe: Last Sons Alan Grant (SFBC #1217989, Jun 2006, $10.99, 322pp, hc, cover by James Jean) [DC Universe] Reprint (Warner 2006) novelization, the first in a new series based on the world of the comics. Copyrighted by DC Comics. This has ISBN 978-0-7394-69620-0; it lacks a price and has the SFBC number on the back jacket.

DC Universe: Inheritance Devin Grayson (Warner 0-446-61657-5, Jun 2006, $6.99, 336pp, pb, cover by James Jean) [DC Universe] Novelization, the second in a series based on the world of the comics. Copyrighted by DC Comics

Raising Atlantis Thomas Greanias (Pocket 1-4165-2445-2, Jun 2006, $4.99, 337pp, pb) Reissue (Pocket Star 2005) thriller about ancient artifacts in Antarctica.

Angel Light Andrew M. Greeley (Tor 0-765-35597-3, Dec 2006, $6.99, 438pp, pb, cover by Jeffrey Terreson) [Angel Fire] Reissue (Forge 1995) religious fantasy novel, sequel to Angel Fire.

Deathstalker Coda Simon R. Green (Penguin/Roc 0-451-46024-3, Mar 2006, $7.99, 409pp, pb, cover by Patrick Jones) [Deathstalker] Reprint (Roc 2005) SF novel, third in a series set 200 years after the first “Deathstalker” series, eighth (and apparently final) in the overall “Deathstalker” series.

Raising Hell in the Nightside Simon R. Green (SFBC #1208566, Apr 2006, $14.99, 530pp, hc, cover by Matt Stawicki) [John Taylor] Omnibus of three novels in the Nightside series: Hex and the City (2005); Paths Not Taken (2005), and Sharper than a Serpent’s Tooth (2006). This has ISBN 0-7394-6528-7; it lacks a price and has the SFBC number on the back jacket.

Sharper Than a Serpent’s Tooth Simon R. Green (Ace 0-441-01387-2, Mar 2006, $6.99, 247pp, pb, cover by Jonathan Barkat) [John Taylor] Dark fantasy hard-boiled mystery, sixth in the “Nightside” series featuring John Taylor.

Swords of Haven: The Adventures of Hawk & Fisher Simon R. Green (Penguin/Roc 0-451-46086-3, Jun 2006, $15.00, 540pp, tp, cover by Jerry Vanderstelt) [Hawk & Fisher] Reprint (Roc 1999) omnibus of three medieval-fantasy detective novels: Hawk & Fisher (1990), Winner Takes All (1991), and The God Killer (1991).

A Walk on the Nightside Simon R. Green (Ace 0-441-01448-8, Sep 2006, $15.00, 392pp, tp, cover by Jonathan Barkat) [John Taylor] Reprint (SFBC 2004 as Everybody Comes to the Nightside) omnibus of three novels in the Nightside series of dark fantasy mysteries featuring John Taylor: Something from the Nightside (2003), Agents of Light and Darkness (2003), and Nightingale’s Lament (2004).

Millennium 3001 ed. Martin H. Greenberg & Russell Davis (DAW 0-7564-0322-7, Feb 2006, $7.50, 312pp, pb) Original anthology of 13 stories of the 31st century. Authors include Brian Stableford, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and Jack Williamson.

Slipstreams ed. Martin H. Greenberg & John Helfers (DAW 0-7564-0357-X, May 2006, $7.50, 307pp, pb) Original anthology of 20 genre-blending stories. Authors include Alan Dean Foster, Robert J. Sawyer, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and Jane Lindskold.

Children of Magic ed. Martin H. Greenberg & Kerrie Hughes (DAW 0-7564-0361-8, Jun 2006, $7.99, 308pp, pb) Original anthology of 17 stories about children with magical talents. Authors include Jane Lindskold, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and Alan Dean Foster. Introduction by Hughes.

Fantasy Gone Wrong ed. Martin H. Greenberg & Brittiany A. Koren (DAW 0-7564-0380-4, Sep 2006, $7.99, 309pp, pb) Original anthology of 16 humorous fantasy stories. Authors include Brian Stableford, Esther M. Friesner, and Janny Wurts.

Ghosts in Baker Street ed. Martin H. Greenberg, Jon Lellenberg & Daniel Stashower (Carroll & Graf 0-7867-1400-X, Feb 2006, $16.95, 232 + viii, tp) [Sherlock Holmes] Original anthology of 10 supernatural mystery stories featuring Sherlock Holmes, with a foreword by Dr. Watson discussing Holmes’s disbelief in ghosts, and non-fiction articles by Loren D. Estleman, Caleb Carr, and Barbara Roden on Holmes’s literary influence. Story authors include Estleman, H. Paul Jeffers, and Bill Crider.

Freedom! ed. Martin H. Greenberg & Mark Tier (Baen 1-4165-2072-4, Jul 2006, $14.00, 516pp, hc, cover by Carol Heyer) Omnibus of two anthlogies of Libertarian SF stories: Give Me Liberty! (2003) and Visions of Liberty (2004).

Forgotten Realms: City of Splendors Ed Greenwood & Elaine Cunningham (Wizards of the Coast 0-7869-4004-2, May 2006, $7.99, 499pp, pb, cover by J. P. Targete) [Forgotten Realms: Cities] Reprint (Wizards of the Coast 2005) novelization based on the roleplaying game, a Waterdeep novel in The Cities series. Copyrighted by Wizards of the Coast.

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