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  • March, 1938. Otto Lehman arrives in New York on the S.S. Osthafen to be immediately confronted by two men with FBI badges . . . only, that isn’t his real name and the men aren’t with the FBI. The next day Lehman is found tied to a chair, beaten t...


  • A group of international spies has assembled in the small nation of Alba. Interpol guesses that they aren't there for their holidays - but has no clue as to the real plans being set in motion. Peter Carthage, WAR, Inc.'s slickest agent, is sent to in...


  • Someone has taken the original document of the U.S. Constitution and substituted another. The substitute is identical, just as old, and equally authentic -- except it has been signed by Aaron Burr! It contradicts history, but it is real and there for...


  • The majority of the author’s proceeds will be donated to the PBS Foundation to support education and children’s programming. The Legend of How The Peach Twins Saved Breakfast is a thrilling new adventure storybook for children, taking readers o...


  • In London, 1892, a well-guarded young nobleman goes missing under distressing circumstances. The nobleman, one Baron Renfrew, is actually Prince Albert Victor, eldest grandson of Queen Victoria. He disappeared while he was visiting a house of ill rep...


  • It's a Mystery to Me is a book every fledgling writer of crime stories should read and study. It's packed with the kind of practical advice, incisively and wittily presented, that only a seasoned professional can provide. Kudos to Michael Kurland for...


  • First there was a bevy of beautiful dancing girls - then a mysterious cult of mad monks. A brilliant combine of international assassins had gathered on the sunny shores of Alba. Interpol knew that they weren't there for fun and games--but they had no...


  • When the young apprentice Delbit Quint is "bought" by Dr. Faineworth, he arrives in an alternate history version of New York City to help the good doctor with his investigation of "Exxa." This beautiful young woman had just appeared from nowhere, wit...


  • Professor James Moriarty stands alone as the particular nemesis of Sherlock Holmes. But just how evil was he? Here are four stories, all exploring an alternate possibility: that Moriarty wasn't really a villain at all. But why, then, did Holmes descr...






  • Lord Darcy and Master Wizard Sean O Lauchlainn return in this authorized sequel to the stories of Randall Garrett. In 1988, in an alternate universe in which the Plantagenets still rule Britain, France, and the New World, and where magic has displace...


  • How many men from W.A.R. does it take to stop 2000 raging desert warriors, fifty top of the line Soviet tanks, and untold numbers of drug-crazed assassini? Six, plus one beautiful, plucky young British woman determined to rescue a kidnapped brother. ...


  • A compelling volume of original tales concerning Sherlock Holmes' legendary time in America With an introduction by Leslie S. Klinger, editor and compiler of all three volumes of the Annotated Sherlock Holmes, this collection of ten original stori...


  • In the late Victorian days, a large amount of gold is arriving unannounced on the cargo ship The Empress of India. Yet the impossible happens--the shipment of gold disappears en route. Sherlock Holmes, brought in by Her Majesty's Government, knows t...


  • In 1891, Sherlock Holmes in a struggle with his arch-enemy, the Napoleon of Crime, Professor James Moriarty, plunged with him over the Reichenbach Falls to his inevitable death. All of England - indeed the entire world - mourned the irreplaceable los...


  • Michael Kurland's 'The Unicorn Girl' is a novel about a magical world, half-mystical, half-historic, half-imaginary. Three halves, you ask, isn't that impossible? Of course it it. That's why it's magical. It is a lost world, too, a lost world called ...


  • Labeled the "Napoleon of Crime" by an obsessed Sherlock Holmes, Professor James Moriarty is a prominent scientist, a keen analytical mind, and a dabbler in less than savory doings. Two friends and former associates of Moriarty - Benjamin Barnett and ...


  • Fine and Dandy chorine Lydia Laurent's strangled, nude body, accompanied by two complete suits of clothing, has been found in Central Park, and now Two-Headed Mary and Billie Trask are missing too. Since the police are as helpless as they always are ...


  • NEW YORK CITY, 1935. NEWSPAPER COLUMNIST EXTRAORDINAIRE ALEXANDER BRASS NEEDS A STORY...It all begins when a furtive tipster promises an explosive story and gives Morgan DeWitt—assistant to New York World celebrity newsman Alexander Brass—an enve...






  • BLUE BLOOD WAS FLOODING LONDON WITH HORROR A killer who made Jack the Ripper seem gentle was slitting the throats of the cream of England's aristocracy. Naturally Scotland Yard launched total war against this monster, enlisting the great Sherlock ...



  • SCOTLAND YARD WAS HELPLESS. SHERLOCK HOLMES WAS HOPELESS. AND JUST ONE MAN COULD SAVE THE QUEEN, THE EMPIRE, THE WORLD. Who was the single figure who alone could foil the most cunning plot ever to threaten civilization with unspeakable horror? ...


  • Not permitted to graduate from high school on his home planet of Jasper, Adam Warrington enters the University of Sol, on Mars, and finds himself embroiled in adventures with one of the Princes of Earth, an heir to the Emperor...


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