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New Books received April 1995

Abbot, Edwin A. Flatland: A Parable of Spiritual Dimensions. $7.95.
Reprint 1884 British hardcover.
Adams, Douglas. Original Hitchhiker Radio Scripts. $15.00.
Reprint 1985 trade paperback. 10th Anniversary Edition.
"Way cool! I like the original plays much better than Adams' books. This rocks! Speaking as someone who works in radio, it makes me happy to know, from Adams' notes, that the BBC flies by the seat of its pants just as badly as U.S. public radio."--Mad Prof. Mike
Alexander, Scott and Larry Karaszewski. Ed Wood. $12.95.
Screenplay accompanied by eight pages of stills from Tim Burton's film.
"Tor like book. Book funny, like movie, but book doesn't move. Where Bela? Tor miss Bela . . ."--Mad Prof. Mike
Allston, Aaron. Doc Sidhe. $5.99.
Cover by David Mattingly.
Anthony, Piers. Three Complete Xanth Novels: A Spell for Chameleon/The Source of Magic/Castle Roogna. $13.99.
Omnibus reprint of the first three Xanth novels (1977, 1979, 1979). Cover by Keith Parkinson.
"Loads of puns. The original . . . is still the best. If you haven't read the complex, silly, overboard world of Xanth . . . this is all you need to read . . . and if you're reading them now, buy this so you can remember why you're reading them."--Andrew
Anthony, Piers and Philip Josť Farmer. Caterpillar's Question. $5.99.
Reprint 1992 hardcover.
Asprin, Robert. Sweet Myth-tery of Life. $4.99.
Reprint 1994 trade paperback. MythAdventures 10. Greatly trimmed cover art by Walter Velez.
"For all those Myth fans waiting and wanting . . . here they are again, as crazy and fun as ever. With the switch in storyline, let's hope Mr. Asprin continues."--Andrew
"Alright, I admit sometimes I like to make popcorn, turn out the lights, light a candle, and read pure no-apologizing trash . . . Asprin has always fit the bill. It's a shame it takes him so long to crank out this stuff, but his simple myth adventure has turned into a big complicated world, and besides too much junk food is bad for you . . . "--Juris
[Babylon 5] Lois Tilton. Accusations. $5.50.
Babylon 5 2: original novel, taking place after 'The Coming of Shadows' and before 'All Alone in the Night'.
Ballard, J. G. Rushing to Paradise. $21.00.
Reprint 1994 British hardcover.
Barnes, John. Kaleidoscope Century. $21.95.
Cover by Bob Eggleton. The first printing contains several errors; Tor has an exchange program swapping a second printing with corrections.
"Good ideas and fascinating future history, but in the final analysis, the book is just too nasty to be satisfying. At least in Mother of Storms the violent nonconsensual sex is considered a bad thing."--Debbie
Barnes, John. Mother of Storms. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Cover by Bob Eggleton.
"What's better? The suspense, the political infighting, the perverse sex, or the detailed meteorology? How about the blend of all fear, plus fine characterization and good writing. Highly recommended."--Debbie
Baudino, Gael. O Greenest Branch!. $5.50.
Water 1. Great Tom Canty cover.
Bergstrom, Elaine. see [Ravenloft]
Blecher, Lone Thygesen Blecher and George Blecher, editors and translators. Swedish Folktales & Legends. $17.00.
Reprint 1994 hardcover translation by the Blechers from the Swedish. Part of The Pantheon Fairy Tale & Folklore Library.
Boucher, Anthony. Case of the Baker Street Irregulars. $4.95.
Reprint 1940 hardcover.
"For Sherlock Holmes buffs, mystery fans, and people with sick senses of humor. Recommended."--Debbie
[Bradbury, Ray] Byron Preiss Visual Publications, Inc. Bradbury Chronicles 5. $19.95.
 
[Bradbury, Ray] Byron Preiss Visual Publications, Inc. Bradbury Chronicles 6. $19.95.
 
[Bradbury, Ray] Byron Preiss Visual Publications, Inc. Bradbury Chronicles 7. $19.95.
 
Bradley, Marion Zimmer. see [audio]
Bram, Christopher. Father of Frankenstein. $19.95.
Novel based on the late life of James Whale, director of the Universal Frankenstein film.
Burgess, Thomas. Take Me Under the Sea: The Dream Merchants of the Deep. $13.95.
Non-fiction.
Butler, Octavia. Patternmaster. $5.50.
Reprint 1976 hardcover; second paperback edition.
"No one writes like Octavia Butler -- so you just have to read every word of hers you can grab -- and Patternmaster has been unavailable for a long time. Recommended."-- Debbie
"It's back in print! Awesome!"--Janet
Cantrell, Lisa W. Boneman. $4.99.
Reprint 1992 hardcover. Cover by Thomas Canty.
Card, Orson Scott. Earthborn. $23.95.
Homecoming 5 and last. Cover by Keith Parkinson.
"A coda to the series, nowhere near as strong as the first four."--Debbie
Carter, Angela. editor. Old Wives' Fairy Tale Book. $15.00.
Reprint 1990 British hardcover (as The Virago Book of Fairy Tales). Illustrated by Corinna Sargood. Part of The Pantheon Fairy Tale & Folklore Library.
Carver, Jeffrey A. Strange Attractors. $22.95.
Chaos Chronicles 2: sequel to Neptune Crossing ($23.95).
"For people who like their weird landscapes and incomprehensible aliens really weird and incomprehensible."--Debbie
Chaikin, Andrew. Man on the Moon: The Voyages of the Apollo Astronauts. $27.95.
Non-fiction.
Chalker, Jack L. Gods of the Well of Souls. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 trade paperback.
Cherryh, C. J. Fortress in the Eye of Time. $22.00.
Big (568 page) high fantasy novel.
Cherryh, C. J. Invader. $19.95.
Sequel to Foreigner ($5.99). Stunning cover by Michael Whelan.
Clayton, Jo. Fire in the Sky. $4.99.
Shadowsong 1: first of a new Diadem trilogy.
Coville, Bruce. Forever Begins Tomorrow. $3.99.
Revised version 1986 paperback. A. I. Gang 3: formerly #4 (Jim Lawrence's The Cutlass Clue apparently excised to make this a now completely Coville trilogy).
Crowther, Peter, editor. Heaven Sent. $5.50.
18 Glorious Tales of the Angels. Original anthology includes stories by Bishop, Brunner, Constantine, de Lint, Gorman, Hoffman, Lindskold, McDonald, Moffett, Ptacek, Rusch and others.
Demi. Stonecutter. $15.00.
Another gorgeous Demi illustrated retelling of a Chinese folk tale.
Denton, Bradley. Blackburn. $12.00.
Reprint 1993 hardcover.
"A serial killer like none you've ever met -- and you'll enjoy meeting him. It's a rare murderer who makes the world a better place . . . "--Debbie
"Gripping and darkly funny, taking you places where you're not sure you wanted to have gone but are glad you have."--Dave
Di Filippo, Paul. Steampunk Trilogy. $20.00.
 
[Dragonlance] Roland Green. Knights of the Crown. $4.95.
Warriors 1. Cover by Jeff Easley; illustrated by Valerie Valusek.
Dyson, Freeman. From Eros to Gaia. $12.95.
Reprint 1992 hardcover. Non-fiction.
Emery, Clayton. see [Magic: The Gathering]
Ende, Michael. Night of Wishes, or The Satanarchaeolidealcohellish Notion Potion. $5.95.
Reprint 1992 hardcover translation by Heike Schwarzbauer and Rick Takvorian from 1989 German. Illustrated by Regina Kehn.
Etchison, Dennis. California Gothic. $28.00.
One of 750 signed (by author and artist) and numbered copies. Illustrated by J. K. Potter.
Farmer, Philip Josť. see Piers Anthony
Feintuch, David. Challenger's Hope. $5.50.
Sequel to Midshipman's Hope ($5.50).
Feist, Raymond E. Shadow of a Dark Queen. $5.99.
Book One of The Serpentwar Saga. Reprint 1994 hardcover. A new Midkemia tale.
Fraser, George MacDonald. Flashman and the Angel of the Lord. $24.00.
From the Flashman Papers, 1858-59. A tenth Flashman novel.
Fraser, George MacDonald. Pyrates. $14.00.
Reprint 1983 British hardcover; second American trade paperback edition.
Garrett, Laurie. The Coming Plague: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance. $25.00.
Non-fiction.
Garrett, Michael. see Jeff Gelb
[Gauntlet] Barry Hoffman, editor. Gauntlet: Exploring the Limits of Free Expression. $9.95.
Includes long article by Richard Cusick on the Gary Groth/Harlan Ellison feud, tribute to Robert Bloch and more.
"This Gauntlet is thought provoking."--Juris
Gelb, Jeff and Michael Garrett, editors. Seeds of Fear. $5.50.
Hot Blood 5. Original erotic horror anthology with Ronald Kelly, Rex Miller, Ptacek, J. N. Williamson and others.
Gilliam, Richard, Martin H. Greenberg and Edward E. Kramer, editors. Excalibur. $14.99.
Original Arthurian anthology, with stories by Bradley, de Lint, Dexter, Friesner, Gabaldon, Lackey, Mayhar, Nye, Rusch, Shwartz, Tarr and others.
Green, Roland. see [Dragonlance]
Greenberg, Martin H. see Richard Gilliam
Greenberger, Robert. see [Star Trek: The Next Generation]
Greeno, Gayle. Exile's Return. $5.99.
Ghatti's Tale 3: sequel to Finders-Seekers ($5.50) and Mindspeakers' Call ($5.99). Cover by Braldt Bralds.
Hambly, Barbara. see [Star Wars]; [audio]
Hamilton, Laurell K. Circus of the Damned. $5.50.
A third Anita Blake Vampire Hunter novel.
Harrison, Harry. Galactic Dreams. $4.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover short story collection. Cover by Keith Parkinson, illustrations by Bryn Barnard.
Heller, Steven and Seymour Chwast. Jackets Required: An Illustrated History of American Book Jacket Design, 1920-1950. $19.95.
Non-fiction.
[Lindolm, Megan as] 'Robin Hobb'. Assassin's Apprentice. $12.95.
Farseer 1. Cover (uncredited) by Michael Whelan.
Hodgman, Ann. My Babysitter Is a Movie Monster. $3.50.
Cover by Jeffrey Lindberg; illustrations by John Pierard. A GLC (Byron Preiss) Book.
[Indiana Jones] Max McCoy. Indiana Jones and the Philosopher's Stone. $4.99.
 
[Internet] Kelly Maloni, Ben Greenman, Kristin Miller and Jeff Hearn. Nettrek: Your Guide to Trek Life in Cyberspace. $19.00.
A compendium of online Trek references . . . and/or you can just link to http://www.ypn.com/.
"Ohhhh my gaaawwd!"--Mad Prof. Mike
Kafka, Franz. Castle: The Definitive Edition. $15.00.
Reprint 1992 edition of 1930 translation by Willa and Edwin Muir of 1926 German.
Kerr, Katharine. Freeze Frames. $21.95.
First of two novels which grew out of the novella, Resurrection (1992).
"This collection of connected stories about successive generations of a family during the 20th and 21st centuries is compelling. 'Asylum' and 'Resurrection' are particularly fine. The ending is disconcertingly abrupt, but I understand there's more to come. I can't wait."--Janet
Kessel, John. Good News from Outer Space. $13.95.
Reprint 1989 hardcover; first trade paperback edition.
"Kessel's best work. Imagine Thomas Pynchon did the screenplay of a Phil Dick novel. This would be the novelization, as written by Robert Coover. Got that?"--Mad Prof. Mike
"Entirely appropriate for the upcoming millennium."--Debbie
"Funny, subtle, and disturbing. Check it out."--Janet
[Kilpatrick, Nancy as] 'Amarantha Knight'. Darker Passions: Frankenstein. $5.95.
Erotic pastiche.
Koontz, Dean. Key to Midnight. $6.99.
Reprint 1979 paperback, then as by 'Leigh Nichols'.
Kramer, Edward E. see Richard Gilliam
Lackey, Mercedes. Sacred Ground. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. Cover by Larry Dixon; illustrations by Larry Dixon and Victor Wren.
Lindholm, Megan. see 'Robin Hobb'
Lisle, Holly. Mind of the Magic. $5.99.
Sequel to Fire in the Mist ($4.99).
[Magic: The Gathering] Clayton Emery. Final Sacrifice. $4.99.
A fourth Magic: The Gathering novel.
Marston, Edward. Wolves of Savernake. $5.99.
Reprint 1993 hardcover historical (Domesday) mystery.
Martine-Barnes, Adrienne. see Diana Paxson
Maxwell, Lisa. Berserker's Horse. $4.99.
 
McCaffrey, Anne and Jody Lynn Nye. Ship Who Won. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. A Bill Fawcett and Associates package.
[Monty Python]. Fairly Incomplete & Rather Badly Illustrated Monty Python Song Book. $14.00.
Reprint 1994 British trade paperback; first American edition.
Morris, Kenneth [edited by Douglas A. Anderson]. Dragon Path: The Collected Stories of Kenneth Morris. $23.95.
 
[Nebula Awards] Pamela Sargent, editor. Nebula Awards 29. $13.00.
Includes short fiction winners by Cady, Sheffield and Haldeman and Part 1 from novel winner by Kim Stanley Robinson. Also short fiction nominees by Ellison, Goldstein, Willis, Bisson and Kessel; Rhysling Award winning poetry by Daciuk and Yolen; essays by Swanwick, McHugh, Ore, Sawyer, Di Filippo, Spinrad, Arnason, Benford; memoria of Davidson by Shepard, del Rey by Silverberg and Oliver by Waldrop; and more!
Newman, Kim. Bad Dreams. $4.95.
Reprint 1990 British hardcover.
Norton, Andre and Susan Shwartz. Empire of the Eagle. $5.99.
Reprint 1993 hardcover. Historical (1C B.C. Roman) fantasy.
"Deeply detailed history is at the core of this entertaining story."--Debbie
Nye, Jody Lynn. see Anne McCaffrey
Nylund, Eric S. Pawn's Dream. $4.99.
 
O'Brian, Patrick. The Commodore. $22.50.
Aubrey/Maturin 17. Reprint 1994 British hardcover; first American edition.
[O'Brian, Patrick] Dean King with John B. Hattendorf and J. Worth Estes.Sea of Words: A Lexicon and Companion for Patrick O'Brian's Seafaring Tales. $14.00.
Non-fiction.
Paxson, Diana and Adrienne Martine-Barnes. Shield Between the Worlds. $4.99.
The Second Chronicle of Fionn mac Cumhal. Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Pearce, Mallory. Celtic Stickers and Seals. $3.95.
90 full-color pressure-sensitive designs.
Penman, Sharon Kay. When Christ and His Saints Slept. $25.00.
Historical (12th Century England) novel.
Perrin, Don. see Margaret Weis
Peters, Ellis. Virgin in the Ice. $5.50.
Reprint 1982 hardcover. Brother Cadfael 6 historical mystery.
[Predator] [Lawrence Watt-Evans as] 'Nathan Archer'. Concrete Jungle. $4.99.
Predator 1. Novelization based on the Dark Horse Comics graphic novel by Mark Verheiden.
[Ravenloft] Elaine Bergstrom. Baroness of Blood. $4.95.
 
Regis, Ed. Nano: The Emerging Science of Nanotechnology: Remaking the World -- Molecule by Molecule. $23.95.
Non-fiction.
Rice, Anne. Cry to Heaven. $6.99.
Reprint 1982 hardcover. Historical non-fantasy.
Robb, Candace M. Lady Chapel. $5.50.
Reprint 1994 hardcover. A second Owen Archer historical (14th Century York) mystery novel.
Robinson, Kim Stanley. Wild Shore. $13.95.
Reprint 1984 paperback. One of the Three Californias Trilogy.
"Robinson's trilogy is a perfect illustration of the concept 'The whole is greater than the sum of the parts.' Taken individually, The Wild Shore is a thoughtful, sensitive story of an adolescent boy living in a depopulated post-holocaust Southern California. Taken together with The Gold Coast and Pacific Edge, it becomes vaster and more profound. Robinson takes three of the classic forms of science fiction -- the post-holocaust story, the if-this-goes-on story, and the utopia -- and sets them in the same place in parallel histories, so that they complement and reflect upon one another. Read The Wild Shore, but don't stop there. And, if this all sounds too serious, watch for the hot-tub party scenes."--Janet
Also highly recommended by Debbie and Dave, charter members of the Kim Stanley Robinson fan club.
Rucker, Rudy. Hacker and the Ants. $4.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
"At long last this is in paperback. The same frantic humor and speculation as Live Robots a.k.a. Wetware/Software -- but I couldn't recommend it in hardcover because, despite my respect for Rudy, the patronizing language colonization of future semantics (i.e., telling us your V.R. body is called a suit) would alienate anybody who is hip to the tech. It is filled with fascinating G.O.L./V.R./net projections which are well worth the paperback price. But the reader is probably not one of R. R.'s freshman math students and if they are -- this is part of the reason incoming students are such saps . . . "--Juris
[Running Press] Marilyn Tolhurst. Knights: The Age of Adventure, to Unlock and Discover. $19.95.
A Treasure Chest, with book, castle and model catapult, map & board game.
Rusch, Kristine Kathryn. see [Star Trek Voyager]
Rushkoff, Douglas. Cyberia: Life in the Trenches of Hyperspace. $11.00.
Reprint 1994 hardcover non-fiction, with new preface and introduction.
"I wanted to hate Rushkoff, the ageing slacker wannabe, but he won me over in the same way Tom Wolfe charmed me with The Electric Acid Kool-Aid Test: reading between the lines is more enlightening than the ebb and flow of his observer voyeurism. It is a valuable document of a time about three years ago when a new generation tried to change the world. He has many of his facts wrong, but maybe that was to protect the people who are still actively surfing the fringe and declaring a guerilla meme war against the Nouveau Fascist American fashion. Lovely abstracts of American heroes like McKenna, Leary, R. U. Sirius, Abrahams, Sheldrake, Barlow, P. Orridge and Captain Crunch. The best use for Cyberia would be to get Rush, Newt and Bill to bend over and then shove 'real' freedom up their . . . So start rolling your copies now -- sure, it will hurt, but a lot less than swallowing their rules for 'free Americans.'"--Juris
"I'm not going to rave about it . . . there's too many raves in it already. I'm not going to say this is a text book on my generation or say it's a documentary on the kid next door. What I will say is when you read this book, make sure you have a popcorn fantasy (not a postmodern book . . . it might be too close to the truth) next to you so that when Rushkoff pisses you off, scares you, or just plain makes you paranoid, you'll have somewhere to escape to."--Andrew
Sargent, Pamela. see [Nebula Awards]
Saunders, Jennifer. Absolutely Fabulous. $12.00.
The Complete Original Six Episodes.
Sawyer, Robert J. Terminal Experiment. $5.50.
Originally serialized as Hobson's Choice in Analog from mid-Dec94 to Mar95.
Saylor, Steven. Venus Throw. $22.95.
A fourth novel of Ancient Rome, featuring Gordianus the Finder.
Highly recommended by Dave.
Schuster, Hal. see [Star Trek]; [Star Trek Deep Space Nine]
[Schwa] Bill Barker. Complete Schwa Kit. $16.00.
"Obey your implants!"--Mad Prof. Mike
"This is a very unique and important artifact. I just wish they had these when I was a kid."--Fox Mulder, F.B.I.
"The xenon coated Alien Detector works! By wearing my long-lasting Schwa button, I've detected Aliens at least three times. For example, 'I like that button, once I saw . . . (?)' The color change only happens in holographic stereogram through your third eye, but, hey, it works as advertised. If you can't count on Schwa, who can you count on?"--Juris
[Schwa] Bill Barker. Counter Schwa Car Sticker Conversion Kit. $7.95.
Instantly Turns Any Car into a Schwa Corporate Vehicle! Over 18 stickers! Invasion Mirror Dangler and More!
"When Schwa happens, don't be unprepared; the men in black will still pull you over, but this time it will be to treat you to a cup of Joe."--Juris
"Don't believe him! It's a trap set by the little greys and the C. I. A.! But you should buy this, as the xenon coating will protect you from 'unusual' seismic disruptions during shuttle launches!"--Mad Prof. Mike
"These stickers look great on rented Ford Taureses."--Fox Mulder
Sedley, Kate. Weaver's Tale. $4.50.
Reprint 1993 British hardcover. A Roger the Chapman Medieval Mystery.
[Dr. Seuss] Judith and Neil Morgan. Dr. Seuss & Mr. Geisel: A Biography. $25.00.
Non-fiction.
[Shadowrun] Nyx Smith. Who Hunts the Hunter. $4.99.
Shadowrun 16 (although unnumbered anywhere, numbering inferred from ads in the book).
Sheffield, Charles. Proteus in the Underworld. $5.99.
Sequel to Proteus Combined ($5.99).
Shepard, Alan and Deke Slayton. Moonshot: The Inside Story of America's Race to the Moon. $12.95.
Reprint 1994 hardcover non-fiction. Introduction by Neil Armstrong.
Shwartz, Susan. see Andre Norton
Slayton, Deke. see Alan Shepard
Smith, Dean Wesley. see [Star Trek Voyager]
Smith, L. Neil. Pallas. $5.99.
Reprint 1993 hardcover.
Smith, Nyx. see [Shadowrun]
[Star Trek] James Van Hise. Let's Trek: The Budget Guide to the Federation 1995. $14.95.
 
[Star Trek] James Van Hise. Let's Trek: The Budget Guide to the Klingons 1995. $14.95.
 
[Star Trek] James Van Hise and Hal Schuster. Trek Crew Companion. $19.95.
All Four Series! is blazoned on the cover, but only covers casts of the first three shows.
[Star Trek: The Next Generation] Robert Greenberger. Romulan Strategem. $5.50.
Star Trek: The Next Generation 35.
[Star Trek Deep Space Nine] James Van Hise and Hal Schuster. Unauthorized Trek Deep Space: The Voyage Continues. $14.95.
Includes second season episode guide.
[Star Trek Voyager] Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Escape. $5.50.
Star Trek Voyager 2, the first original novel.
[Star Wars] Barbara Hambly. Children of the Jedi. $21.95.
 
[Star Wars]. see also [audio]
[Star Wars] Dave Wolverton. The Courtship of Princess Leia. $5.99.
Reprint 1994 hardcover.
Stewart, Sean. Nobody's Son. $5.50.
"Simple in form, complex in essence . . . so well written that it rolls through the meadows of your mind like a warm summer breeze. You want to read a fantasy? Grab this one before everyone else finds out how good it is."--Andrew
"Why did I stop reading fantasy? Because I forgot how good it could be -- this book has restored my faith in 'fantasy' as a legitimate subgenre of 'literature'. Read this book to remember: of course if you're still loving 'dragons and dwarves and elves, oh my', then don't bother -- but pass this on to friends who have given up hope . . . "--Juris
"Stewart uses a traditional hero-quest setting to question the validity of the hero-stereotype. Very introspective."--Eric
Stine, G. Harry. Third Encounter. $4.99.
Starsea Invaders 3.
Stine, R. L. Night of the Living Dummy II. $3.50.
Goosebumps 31.
Telep, Peter. Squire. $4.99.
Book One of The Squire Trilogy.
Tennant, Rich. Version 2.0. $6.95.
More BYTE-ing Humor from The 5th Wave. Cartoon collection.
Tilton, Lois. see [Babylon 5]
Tryon, Tom. Night Magic. $23.00.
 
Van Hise, James. see [Star Trek]; [Star Trek Deep Space Nine]
Watt-Evans, Lawrence. see [Predator]
Waugh, Sylvia. Mennyms. $3.99.
Reprint 1993 hardcover.
Weis, Margaret and Don Perrin. Knights of the Black Earth. $18.95.
A Mag Force 7 novel, set in the same universe as Weis' Star of the Guardians series.
Wentworth, K. D. House of Moons. $5.50.
Sequel to Moonspeaker ($4.99).
Wilson, F. Paul. Select. $6.50.
Reprint 1993 British hardcover medical thriller.
Wolfe, Gene. Castle of Days. $14.95.
Reprint 1992 hardcover. Omnibus anthology reprinting Gene Wolfe's Book of Days (1981), Castle of the Otter(1982) and adding a third section of essays.
"Buy this!"--Mad Prof. Mike
"Yeah."--Janet
"Yeah, yeah, yeah!"--Debbie
"A fellow store employee asked me to say something more than 'Yeah.' I looked at him in utter non-comprehension. Does anyone need to be told that Wolfe is a master of the short story, and that his every word is golden?"--Janet
Wolverton, Dave. see [Star Wars]
Wood, Bridget. Lost Prince. $5.99.
Reprint 1993 trade paperback revision of 1992 British hardcover.
Yolen, Jane. Ballad of the Pirate Queens. $15.00.
Illustrated by David Shannon.
"Mother Jane's splendid retelling of the tale of Anne Bonney and Mary Reade is well married to Shannon's superbly dramatic paintings. Recommended."--Dave

Audio/Video received April 1995

[audio] Marion Zimmer Bradley. Mists of Avalon. $17.00.
Abridged reading by Natasha Richardson. Approximately three hours on two cassettes.
[audio] [Star Wars] Barbara Hambly. Children of the Jedi. $16.99.
Abridged reading by Anthony Heald. Approximately three hours on two cassettes.

 

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