Book List in Order:11 titles

  • The Climbing Tree is an eloquent, poetic fable with a timeless message about growing up, sibling rivalry, and brotherhood.Little Brother wants to follow Big Brother up the branches of the Climbing Tree, but Mom tells him he has to wait until he's old...


  • ALL FOR NAUGHT collects a novella and a novelette: "Naught for Hire" and "Naught Again." "Naught for Hire" is a quirky, action-packed, comedy set just a few years from now. Nick Naught, private eye, walks down some strange mean streets as he tries to...


  • It's early in the new millennium, and the outer reaches of our solar system have been explored. Vast orbital stations the size of middle-sized countries dot the system, filled with thriving colonies.. Mankind has grown to fill the void and is poised ...


  • In Neverend's underground colony, a technological laboratory on the edge of the universe, science and courage are used to unlock the secrets of the cosmos, while one man journeys to his homeland to take up a long-forgotten battle. Reprint....


  • THE ALIENS HAVE LANDED...AND MANHATTAN IS THE ULTIMATE SOUVENIR When Manhattan -- and everyone on it -- is kidnapped into space by some unknown alien force, the humans trapped on the island are faced with a baffling (and terrifying) enigma. An art...



  • First published by Ace Books. In Deep Quarry, Stith once again successfully combines mystery with hard science fiction. Ben Takent is a private eye on a hot, dusty world at the edge of the civilized galaxy. When he's asked to find out who is stealing...


  • First published by Ace Books.Ex-investigative reporter Dan Kettering watches the Martian telecast showing the aircraft crash that killed someone close to him: his brother. The police convince Dan to get back in the news business, but not as a reporte...


  • First published by Ace Books.Cal Donley wakes up missing his recent memory and covered with blood. Someone else's blood. He learns that he's a computer engineer living on the L5 orbital colony Daedalus, and he's married to a tantalizing stranger. Wor...






  • First published in 1984 by Ace Books, Scapescope is John E. Stith's first novel. Aided by a device that provides glimpses of the future, Mike Cavantalo, a loyal government employee, learns that soon he will be on the list of known political criminals...


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    "Dave, an investment counselor with PTSD, survives a blowout that kills his fiancee, Allison.  A year later, Dave has found unexpected happiness with Cathy. At Dave''s very-small-high-school reunion, Dave is stunned that he doesn''t recogni...