Book List:53 titles
  • A youthful journalist seeks to unravel the mysterious disaster that struck a New England town nearly a century ago... A young couple, stranded by a monstrous storm, seek shelter in a darkened town and discover a dangerous cult... A peculiar child is ...


  • The return of a classic 'shared world' fantasy series created by Philip Jose Farmer, award-winning author of the RIVERWORLD saga. Plunging into a vast prison that spans a planet, Clive Foliott faces a fantastic world of dwarves, cyborgs and aliens un...


  • Philip Jose Farmer, bestselling author of Riverworld, introduces the climatic volume of fantastic adventure within the confines of THE DUNGEON Escape-and victory? Fleeing from the mysterious creators of the Dungeon, Clive Folliot breaks through to...


  • Before 12:01 and After is a collection of science fiction, fantasy, mystery and horror stories by Richard A. Lupoff, collecting the best of his short fiction from his long writing career. It contains the following stories: "Mr. Greene and the Monst...


  • When the Chester A. Arthur, the world's first and only coal/steam/paddlewheel-propelled spaceship rose into the skies over Buffalo Falls, Pa., who would have expected what followed?Will Professor Thintwhistle and his crew be able to return to earth? ...


  • When unworldly fantasist H.P. Lovecraft was approached by crafty fanatic George Sylvester Viereck to write an American Mein Kampf, the bait was almost irresistible.If Lovecraft would lend his pen and his Anglo-Saxon stock to the fascist cause, Vierec...


  • Stranded on a strange planet with a race of alien vampires!Red O'Reilly, the hero, is among three prisoners being transported by car with a guard and a social worker on a rainy night in contemporary California. Suddenly, in a flash, the car is off th...


  • Is Buddy Satvan the creator of the cartoon superhero Diamond Sutro? Or is Sutro the creator of Buddy Satvan, the mightiest crusader in the universe? Are these two men, or six? Are they real, or figments of someone's imagination? A challenging journey...


  • Lost and unconscious in the Antarctic, chopper pilot Robert Parker awoke from a frozen sleep one million centuries later, in a tropical forest, where butterflies gave the kiss of death and men fought with broadsword and javelin....






  • New Alabama. A planet that's a fair reproduction of long-lost Dixie, filled with down-home, racist rednecks. The N'Alabamians have carried their tribal prejudices to the farthest reached of the galaxy, like the other minorities expelled from the Eart...


  • GENOCIDE - IN THE NAME OF LOVEAcross the planet, only a handful of giant, overcrowded, doomed cities exist - cities like Norcal, where multiple marriages are recommended and drug-taking is encouraged.Across the planet, everyone waits for the reclamat...


  • The author of "The Comic Book Killer" offers up twelve tales of mystery, magic, and grouchiness - served with a liberal dash of sarcasm and cynicism. A woman's birthday celebration becomes a prelude to murder; an absinthe-minded author seeks inspirat...


  • America, June 1940. Nick Train has given up his dreams of a boxing championship after a brief and unsuccessful career in the ring. When one of his pals takes the examination for the police academy, Nick decides to join him. But what started out as a ...


  • Back in the 60s and 70s writer Richard A. Lupoff knew his SF. He knew it so well he put out two books called WHAT IF? each consisting of stories that were eligible for Hugo awards and in his opinion should have won. He had a third volume in this fasc...


  • 'INVESTIGATOR SEEKS SECRETARY, AMANUENSIS, AND GENERAL ASSISTANT. APPLICANT MUST EXHIBIT COURAGE, STRENGTH, WILLINGNESS TO TAKE RISKS AND EXPLORE THE UNKNOWN...' In 1905, John O'Leary had newly arrived in San Francisco. Looking for work, he had answe...


  • "I have long admired the things Dick Lupoff can do in the way of atmosphere and characterization in any sort of story-dark or light."-ROGER ZELAZNY "His books and stories, I can testify, having read a great many of them and published some myself, alm...



  • In the tradition of the old "Ace Doubles" two-in-one books (flip one over to read the second title)--here is the twelfth Wildside Double: LISA KANE: A NOVEL OF WEREWOLVES, by Richard A. Lupoff. Lisa is a 12-year-old girl with all the worries of any n...


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    Hobart Lindsey is called back to the San Francisco Bay Area for one last case. A local book publisher is being sued over a novel that might actually be the last, lost work of a novelist killed more than a year ago....


  • Sherlock Holmes is such a well-defined character it's no wonder that many authors have written Holmesian stories of their own. And those that didn't, wish they had. Richard A. Lupoff, one of America's foremost pastichers, makes up for this lack and w...


  • From the Introduction by Ed Gorman: If there's one thing Dick Lupoff understands (with perverse glee) it's the sorry state of the human condition. In this collection you'll find a wide variety of humans whose conditions leave much to be desired. A pi...


  • Marblehead is a huge work, encompassing all of 1927, a year in which H.P. Lovecraft, researching a book he'd been hired to write for the Nazis, travels the East Coast in the company of Charles Sylvester Viereck. It was written in the 70s but, except ...


  • VISIONS by Richard A. Lupoff is a collection of fantasy and horror short stories selected from decades of writing. The author consistently shows himself to be a master storyteller, and these short stories are fine examples, containing psychic detecti...



  • SIGNED, LIMITED EDITION!! The Era of Wonderful Nonsense was over, replaced by the grimmer, grittier world of the Great Depression. But millionaire autodidact polymath Akhenaton Beelzebub Chase and his brilliant, lissome associate Claire Delacroix, li...


  • Terrors is a collection of Richard A. Lupoff's masterful writings, ranging from the adventurous to the shuddersome. In this volume are sixteen tales, including previously unpublished works from one of the most versatile writers in the trade....


  • So, just how was Tarzan created? Eager to know the inside story about the legendary John Carter and the amazing cities and peoples of Barsoom? Perhaps your taste is more suited to David Innes and the fantastic lost world at the Earth’s core? Or may...


  • If you have any interest at all in satire, SF's New Wave, the Sixties, pop music, comic books, the picaresque tradition in literature, juicy, vigorous, humorous writing, or even such a trivial matter as how the world of 2003 got into the state we dai...


  • These thirteen tales twist the conventions of science fiction, mystery, horror, humour, and adventure into one gripping collection. In 'Green Ice' unassuming Mr Ino is assigned to recover a missing extraterrestrial artefact, believed to be from the i...






  • Insurance investigator Hobart Lindsey and Homicide Detective Marvia Plum have been winning applause and building a loyal readership since their debut in The Comic-Book Killer (1988). Sometimes rivals, sometimes partners, sometimes lovers, Lindsey and...





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    All the D.J.s at station KRED maintain their innocence after one of their own is murdered on the air, and it is up to newcomer Marvia Plum to put her finger on which old-time radio lover is the killer...



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    When Hobart Lindsey's roommate for a couple of training seminars is found murdered in Hell's Kitchen, Lindsey follows a lead to a antique toy chariot once owned by Julius Caesar that, in turn, leads him into the world of high art and politics....


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    When a chartered helicopter plunges into the icy waters of Lake Tahoe, killing its millionaire passenger, what seems a routine claim against a life insurance policy turns into a complex mystery for investigator Hobart Lindsey and his policewoman girl...



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    While overseeing a movie about African-American World War II pilots, recently promoted claims adjuster Hobart Lindsey becomes involved in a tricky murder investigation when a body is found in one of the film's vintage airplanes...



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    It's Saturday night and mild-mannered insurance adjuster Hobart Lindsey is where he usually is -- at home with Mother -- when the call comes in: a 1928 SJ Duesenberg convertible Phaeton, worth a cool half a million dollars, has been reported stolen b...


  • While escaping from the unknown creators of the Dungeon, Clive Folliot breaks through to the ninth level and finds himself stranded alone in a harsh polar wilderness that bears a striking resemblance to Earth...


  • The last thing computer circuit planner Daniel Kitajima remembered was being hit by a crane at an orbital construction site. Waking up 80 years later - in 2089 - he found that most of his body had been destroyed...but he had survived. A group of doc...


  • The quest starts here... Plunging into a vast prison that spans a planet, Clive Foliott faces a fantastic world of dwarves, cyborgs and aliens unlike anything he has ever imagined. It is a multi-leveled collection of beings in the hidden folds of ...


  • TECHNOLOGY'S GREATEST TRIUMPH. HUMANKIND'S LAST HOPE... Daniel Kitajima was a creature of mind and machine. His artificial limbs were endowed with super-human strength, his perceptual abilities enhanced with telescopic vision, radar and infrared. Wi...



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    He was a white, suburban bachelor. A total square. Lived with his mother. Worked for an insurance company. She was a black, tough, streetwise cop. Then somebody stole a quarter million dollars worth of rare comic books. And then people started gettin...


  • When, in 1942, the magnetic skyliner, City of Santa Barbara, begins receiving radio messages from the other side of the sun, Jack Northrop concludes the signals are from Counter-Earth and plans an expedition...


  • Aviators Howard Hughes, Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart are pitted against The Red Baron, his younger brother, and the Princess Irini Lvova in a daring race to fly around the poles for a $50,000 prize...









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