Book List in Order:31 titles

  • In the alternate Earth called Nova Europa, two countries have fought a great battle over the future of that world. But now the King of Kórynthia seems to be going mad: some evil mage is eating away at the very fabric of the the state. The King's hei...


  • In the not-quite-Earth of Nova Europa, east is fighting west, in a war of politics, culture, and religion. The King of Korynthia has assembled an army to invest neighboring Pommerelia. Initially, everything seems to favor the invaders--save for the c...


  • "Help me " These words prompt Morpheus, Scanner Prime to the court of Korynthia in Nova Europa, to embark on a jaw-dropping jaunt through multiverses. To prevent the collapse of the social and political order that he has foreseen on Nova Europa, he m...


  • ONCE UPON A FUTUREThis is one of a series of anthologies of science fiction and mystery stories by Borgo Press writers that are being distributed at cost as both ebooks and print-on-demand volumes. This third volume in the sequence, Once Upon a Futur...


  • Sixteen great reads for another night of crime and punishment!A ghost is not always a ghost in John Russell Fearn’s “Chamber of Centuries.” In 1936 columnist Alexander Brass learns why “He Couldn’t Fly.” In 1930s’ Kansas Lonni Lees’s ...


  • Sixteen great reads for another night of crime and punishment!A ghost is not always a ghost in John Russell Fearn’s “Chamber of Centuries.” In 1936 columnist Alexander Brass learns why “He Couldn’t Fly.” In 1930s’ Kansas Lonni Lees’s ...


  • Ten great reads for a lonely night of thrills and chills!In John Gregory Betancourt’s “Dog Pit,” the fourth entry in “The Pit and the Pendulum” series, Peter “Pit Bull” Geller must unravel the theft of an expensive ring, while simultane...


  • “In a not-quite Earth in the year 1205, we watch the machinations of good and evil as strains of magic and counter-magic weave their way through Nova Europa. The names of royals and aristocrats are almost familiar. Place names are almost recognizab...


  • Morpheus the Mage has ventured into the Otherworlds from his home planet of Nova Europa to free a woman imprisoned halfway across the universe. But his real quest, as he discovers during his long journey, involves saving the cosmos itself, and restor...






  • In this second novel of the trilogy, something is happening in the outer circles of the cosmos, something that is threatening to destabilize the equilibrium holding the universe together. The answer lies on the strange world of the Pachyderms out bey...


  • In the not-so-distant future, America has been subjugated by the fanatical followers of Dr. Theo Fell, who have instituted a fascist religious regime that stifles all dissent and monitors all expression. But all regimes have their breaking points, bo...


  • When bookdealer "Freddie the Cur" is murdered at a paperback show, Police Lt. Pfisch is forced to close the con. After all, this is the third untimely death of a show attendee in as many days. First there was Lissa Boaz, called the "Boa Constrictor" ...


  • As the war between Earth and Mars heats up, threatening the potential destruction of both parties, Alex Smith and his Martian friend, Big Guy, are caught right in the middle--between the humans and the aliens, between various factions of their own pe...


  • "They hide among us, these near-immortals, and they go by names like William Shakespeare and John Donne and Napoleon Bonaparte. They’re immune to most diseases, heal rapidly from injury, and age so slowly that their life-spans are encompassed by th...


  • On the bucolic farming planet of Terr’ferme, Rabbs din Chorest, the fifteen-year-old youngest child of the Chorest-Grant, has just been made Hand, being sent to the Blackmarker Hills to tend a herd of clorses (cloned horses) and beefers. Not far aw...


  • Originally published in 1974, this anthology includes facsimile reprints of ten early science fiction stories: "A Glance Ahead: Being a Christmas Tale of A.D. 3568," by John Kendrick Bangs; "The Third Eye," by Robert W. Chambers; "The Space Annihilat...


  • Originally published in 1976, this anthology includes facsimile reprints of nine early horror stories: "The Ensouled Violin," by H. P. Blavatsky; "The Green Staircase," by Gilbert Campbell; "The Haunted Hansom," by Howell Davies; "The Vial-Genie and ...


  • Originally published in 1978, this anthology includes facsimile reprints of thirteen early fantasy stories: "The Affliction of Baron Humpfelhimmel," by John Kendrick Bangs; "The Blind God," by Laurence Housman; "The Gray Wolf," by George MacDonald; "...


  • Nothing seemed to stop the little monsters. I shot a second time, wounding or killing another, and then dropped the gun to the ground. I pulled a slender blade from under my belt and whipped it at the little men. Another couple of strikes against my ...


  • Nothing seemed to stop the little monsters. I shot a second time, wounding or killing another, and then dropped the gun to the ground. I pulled a slender blade from under my belt and whipped it at the little men. Another couple of strikes against my ...


  • Originally published in 1976, this anthology includes facsimile reprints of five early ghost and horror short novels: "Souls on Fifth," by Granville Barker; "An Egyptian Love Spell," by Maris Herrington Billings; "Thirty Pieces of Silver," by Clarenc...


  • Originally published in 1976, this anthology includes facsimile reprints of five early ghost and horror stories: "The Spectre Bridegroom: A Terrific and Interesting Tale," by Alexa; "A Nocturnal Expedition Round My Room," by Xavier de Maistre, transl...


  • Originally published in 1978, this anthology includes facsimile reprints of three early fantasy novels: "Alice in Blunderland" (another adventure of Alice in Wonderland), by John Kendrick Bangs; "The Adventures of the Six Princesses of Babylon in The...


  • Originally published in 1976, this anthology includes facsimile reprints of thirteen early horror and ghost stories: "The Sanctuary," by E. F. Benson; "The Terror on Tobit," by Charles Lloyd Birkin; "Couching at the Door," by D. K. Broster; "An Amate...


  • In this alternate history, George Washington becomes Lord President George I of the United States in 1789, and this action changes the course of world development: the monarchies of Europe and the New World are never displaced, but evolve into parlia...


  • In this sweeping saga set on Earth and intergalactic space, Robert Reginald envisions a detailed future world of Martians versus humans. In the first novel, War of Two Worlds, they attack without warning or mercy, slaughtering and harvesting humankin...


  • The time is 1953. The world has changed. Richard Curtis Van Loan has been forced to hang up his mask. But The Phantom Detective is drawn out of retirement by the sudden murder of his longtime friend, publisher Frank Havens; and must then face the gr...


  • Twelve years after the events of Invasion , Earth prepares to retaliate by mounting an expedition against the Martians. With great difficulty, our Space Force establishes bases on the two Martian moons, and also on the surface of the Red Planet. But ...


  • It is the year of Our Lord 1205, or 845 by the Julian reckoning. Two great kingdoms of Eastern Nova Europe are poised on the brink of war: Pommerelia and Korynthia. Their differences are both religious and cultural, and not easily bridged. One state ...






  • "The landmark dermatology text that bridges the gap between science and clinical medicine--updated for today's practiceGenerations of clinicians, skin biologists, residents, and educators have acclaimed Fitzpatrick's as the most authoritative and com...


  • in Crusade of Fire: Mystical Tales of the Knights Templar

    The Knights Templar were the fabled order of mystic warrior-monks supposedly disabanded more than seven centuries ago by the pope. Legends persist of their presence, and this collection of stories muse on the Knights' arrival at history's turning poi...