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DAHL, ROALD (Also wrote Horror.)


Charlie  and the Chocolate Factory  (Knopf, 1964, Unwin, 1967.)


Charlie #1


A young boy goes on a tour of a magical candy factory and gets into enormous amounts of trouble.  Made into a motion picture.


Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator  (Knopf, 1972, Allen & Unwin, 1973, Puffin, 1975.)


Charlie #2


Charlie and company have seized control of the chocolate factory, but the elevator takes them to outer space where they have to deal with unfriendly aliens.  For younger readers.


Complete Adventures of Charlie and Mr. Willie Wonka  (Unwin, 1987.)


Collection of related stories.


Danny, the Champion of the World  (Knopf, 1975, Bantam, 1978.)


Marginal bit about a boy and his father and their strange adventures.


Gremlins, The  (Random House, 1943.)


                Not seen.


James and the Giant Peach  (Knopf, 1961, Allen & Unwin, 1967, Puffin, 1973.)


A giant peach is home to some unusual giant insects who befriend a young boy.  For younger readers.


Magic Finger, The   (, 1966).


                A hunter wakes up to find he's been turned into a bird.


Minpins, The  (?, 1991)


                A child finds tiny people living in the forest.


Roald Dahl Treasury, The  (Viking, 1997.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sometime Never  (Collins, 1949.)


                During a new world war, gremlins take over the world.


Witches, The  (?, 1983.)


                A plot to turn all the children in the world into mice.


DAHLQUIST, GORDON  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Chemickal Marriage, The  (Viking, 2013.)


Victorian #3.


The menace of the magical books is finally defeated.


Dark Volume, The  (Bantam, 2009.)


Victorian #2.


Occult adventure in an alternate Victorian world.


Glass Books of the Dream Eaters, The  (Bantam, 2006.)


Victorian #1.


                In an alternate Victorian age, a cabal uses magical glass to seize power.




Whispering to Witches (Bloomsbury, 2005.)


                A traveler inadvertently gets caught in the middle of a duel between witches.


DALEY, BRIAN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Doomfarers of Coramonde, The  (Del Rey, 1977.)


Coramonde #1.


A group of soldiers are transported from Vietnam into a fantasy realm which is itself wracked by war.  Their only hope of returning to their own world is to rescue a sorceress held captive in Hell itself.


Starfollowers of Coramonde, The  (Del Rey, 1979.)


Coramonde #2.


A group of soldiers transplanted from our world into one where magic works battle against an evil wizard who has raised an army of supernaturally powerful soldiers to conquer the world.


Tapestry of Magics, A  (Del Rey, 1983.)


A heroic knight is forbidden to marry the woman he loves and banished to the Beyonds, a world outside of space and time where travelers and villains from different times and universes show up and interact.   He then survives a series of varied, loosely related adventures.




Cloak and Spider (Orbit, 2014.)




Dance of Blades, A  (Orbit, 2013.)


Shadowdance #2.




Dance of Chaos, A (Orbit, 2015.)


Shadowdance #5.




Dance of Cloaks, A (Orbit, 2013.)


Shadowdance #1.




Dance of Ghosts, A (Orbit, 2014.)


Shadowdance 3.




Dance of Shadows, A (Orbit, 2014.)


Shadowdance #4.






Bhagavati  (Tor, 1998.)


Blood of the Goddess #3.


                Shipwrecked and taken prisoner by the Inquisition, a resourceful man preserves his life by claiming to know the secret of a powder that can restore the dead to life.


Bijapur  (Tor, 1997.)


Blood of the Countess #2.


This historical fantasy series plunges deeper into legendary India, this time in search of a hidden city in which there is supposed to live a genuine goddess incarnate.


Crystal Sage  (Roc, 1999.)


                When her friend is transformed into a guitar, a feisty businesswoman makes a deal with an elf to solve a mystery in exchange for a reversal of the spell.  Her quest reveals that the elf is not what he seems.


Curse of Sagamore, The  (Ace, 1986.)


Sagamore #1.


The latest in a series of rulers descended from a court jester wants nothing to do with the throne, but despite his efforts to abdicate, he becomes involved with court intrigue, as well as a variety of supernatural creatures.


Euryale  (Ace, 1988.)


Euryale has been cursed such that every man she loves turns to stone.  She travels to Rome searching for someone with the knowledge to lift the curse, and has several adventures before her life is restored to something approximating normality.


Genpei  (Tor, 2000.)


                A variety of gods and other supernatural creatures take sides when two of the most powerful Japanese clans of the 12th Century declare war on one another.


Goa  (Tor, 1996.)


Blood of the Goddess #1.


An adventurer in 16th Century India discovers an alchemist who seems to have found a way to bring the dead back to life.  His attempts to discover the secret of immortality puts him in mortal danger.


Heavenward Path, The  (Harcourt Brace, 1998.)


Mitsuko #2.


                Having forgotten a promise she made to a ghost, a Japanese girl and her demonic friend must find his scattered people, rebuild his shrine, and deal with their own problems at the same time.


Little Sister  (Harcourt Brace, 1996.)


Mitsuko #1.


A young Japanese girl crosses over to a magical world when her family is kidnapped by an evil warlord, and enlists the aid of a powerful spirit to rescue them.


Nightingale, The  (Ace, 1988.)


A young girl whose ability to sing seems wondrous is actually the instrument of supernatural revenge against the king who favors her.


Steel Rose  (Roc, 1997.)


                An actor calls upon the powers of faerie in order to improve her performance, but finds herself caught between two magical factions, both of whom want to see a portion of our world converted into a more accessible climate for themselves.


Sword of Sagamore, The  (Ace, 1989.)


Sagamore #2.

The curse mark which forced him to become king has been transplanted onto his brother, so Abderian hopes to lead a quiet, private life.  But then the mark moves to the body of a child born of demons, and unless he can get it back, the entire kingdom may perish.




Afterdark Princess, The  (Methuen, 1990.)


Not seen.  Fantasy for children.


Alpha Box, The  (Methuen, 1991.)


Not seen.  A rock group holds the key to another world.


Demon Spawn  (Blackie, 1991.)


Not seen.


Naming the Dark  (Methuen, 1992.)


Not seen.  Atlantis.


Night Maze  (Methuen, 1989.)


Not seen.  A boy encounters an alchemist.


Out of the Ordinary  (Methuen, 1988.)


A babysitter discovers that her charge is the target of malevolent forces from a magical otherworld and has subsequent adventures in contemporary England as well as the alternate reality.


Swan Sister  (Methuen, 1992.)


Not seen.  People who change into swans.


Witch Rose, The  (Methuen, 1990.)


Not seen.  Fantasy for children.


D'AMMASSA, DON  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


39 Adepts, The (Managansett, 2019.)


Wanda Coyne #4.


A fantasy version of the John Buchan novel.


Elaborate Lies (Managansett, 2015.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Hippogriff of the Baskervilles, The (Managansett, 2016.)


Wanda Coyne #2.


Coyne clears up the mystery of the Baskerville curse.


Kaleidoscope, The  (Managansett, 2015.)


A man finds a magic kaleidoscope that changes the world.


Maltese Gargoyle, The (Managansett, 2015.)


Wanda Coyne #1.


A retelling of the Dashiell Hammett hardboiled thriller, with magic.


Multiplicity (Managansett, 2015.)


A series of interrelated murders in an artificial world cobbled together from pieces of cities.


Perilous Pursuits (Managansett, 2015.)


Espionage in a steampunk alternate North America.


Ten Little Homunculi (Managansett, 2017.)


Wanda Coyne #3.


The fantasy version of the Agatha Christie thriller.


DANE, CHRISTOPHER  (Also writes Science Fiction. Pseudonym of Adriana De Bolt.)




Heart of Darkness  (Berkley, 2011.)


Bound by Magic #1.


Politics among the witches.




Unbound  (Heat, 2010.)


Romance involving a djinn.


DANIELL, TINA  (See also collaboration with Jean Rabe.)


Companions, The  (TSR, 1993.)


Dragonlance Meeting Sextet #6.


One group of adventurers is shipwrecked in a remote land, and a group of friends set out to rescue them and defeat an evil sorcerer along the way.


Dark Heart  (TSR, 1992.)


Dragonlance Meeting Sextet #3.


                A warrior woman helps raise two brothers, one of whom is a warrior like herself, the other a physically weak but potentially powerful wizard.


Marquesta Kar-Thon  (TSR, 1996.)


A feisty young woman captains a small ship on a quest to capture a sea monster.  If she fails, the antidote her father needs to recover from a slow acting poison will be withheld.


DANIELLS, CORY  (Pseudonym of Rowena Lindquist.  See also Rowena Cory Daniells.)


Broken Vows  (Bantam, 1999. Bantam Australia, 1999, as The Last T'En.)


T'En #1.


                A female warrior trained in the diplomatic arts and heir to psychic powers which make their enemies uneasy has a problem.  On the one hand, she has the chance to seduce the general in charge of the army that has conquered her people and shape his actions.  On the other, she has been approached by the leader of the resistance, who wants her assistance to expel the invaders.


Dark Dreams  (Bantam, ?.)


T'En #2.




Desperate Alliances  (Bantam, 2002.)


T'En #3.


                The princess who agreed to marry her people's enemy in order to save them finds her plans in disarray when her former suitor refuses to accept the situation.


Last T'En, The.  (See Broken Vows.)


DANIELS, ANNETTE  (Pseudonym of Danette Fertig-Thompson and Annette Chartier-Warren.)


Timeless Moment, A  (Zebra, 1996.)


A woman from 1867 wakes up in the present and sets out to find the man she loved in her former life.  A romance novel.




All the Time We Need  (BMI, 1993.)


A woman falls into a river in New Orleans in the present and emerges in the previous century to discover true romance at last.


DANIELLS, ROWENA CORY   (See also Cory Daniells.)


Besieged  (Solaris, 2012.)


Outcast Chronicles #1.


Insanity in the royal family leads to a magical civil war.


Exile  (Solaris, 2012.)


Outcast Chronicles #2.


Disaster looms in a magical conflict.


Fall of Fair Isle, The (Solaris, 2015.)




King's Bastard, The  (Solaris, 2010.)


Chronicles of King Rolen's Kin #1.


Magic and machination in a fantasy world.


Sanctuary  (Solaris, 2012.)


Outcast Chronicles #3.




Uncrowned King, The  (Solaris, 2010.)


Chronicles of King Rolen's Kin #2.


The children of a beleaguered king deal with emotional as well as physical problems.


Usurper, The  (Solaris, 2010.)


Chronicles of King Rolen's Kin, #3.


The children of a murdered king plot to regain the throne.




Forest of App, The  (Greenwillow, 1983, Pacer, 1984.)


                A young man stumbles into a magical wood that is losing its power and visits with the dwindling population of mythical creatures living there.  For younger readers.


DANKO, DAN  (See collaborations with Tom Mason.)




Counting Coup  (Forge, 2001.)


                A hobo and his friends are on a grand tour of America, where they discover that ancient magic is hidden but still very real.


DANSKY, RICHARD E.  (Also writes Horror.)


Beloved of the Dead  (White Wolf, 2002.0


Second Age #2.


                Two fugitives are forced to descend into the underworld to escape the powerful forces that pursue them.


Children of the Dragon  (White Wolf, 2002.)


Second Age #3.


                The fugitives must finally turn and confront their supernatural enemies, dealing with them en masse instead of one by one.


Chosen of the Sun  (White Wolf, 2001.)


Second Age #1.


                A trainee priest gives in to temptation and steals from a Prince, becoming a fugitive whose life eventually gets caught up with that of a young man who has taken arms against a supernatural evil.




Dream of Fair Serpents, A  (Popular Library, 1979.)


A contemporary woman falls in love but finds her life altered by mysterious memories and influences that hearken back through the ages to a source in Druid rites.


DARBY, LYNDON  (Pseudonym of Lynne Kinnerley and Ann Grimsley.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Bloodseed  (Unwin, 1988.)


Eye of Time #2..


                Not seen.


Crystal and Steel  (Unwin, 1988.)


Eye of Time #1.


                Not seen.


Phoenix Fire  (Unwin, 1989.)


Eye of Time #3.


                Not seen.


DARE, ALAN  (Pseudonym of George Goodchild, who wrote Science Fiction under that name.)


Eye of Abu, The  (?, 1927.)


                The rediscovery of Atlantis and the Fountain of Youth.




Woodbyrne: The Fallen Forest  (Moo Press, 2003.)


                Tolkienesque fantasy involving a mysterious spell and a mild quest.


DARK, JULIET  (Pseudonym of Carol Goodman.)


Demon Lover, The  (Ballantine, 2012.)


Fairwick #2.


Modern witchcraft.


Incubus  (Ballantine, 2011.)


Fairwick #1.


Witches in the modern world.


Water Witch, The  (Ballantine, 2013.)


Fairwick #3.


A battle among contemporary witches.




Alf's Button  (Jenkins, 1919, Stokes, 1920.)


Alf #1.


Aladdin's lamp is melted and the genie is trapped in a button on Alf's coat.


Alf's Carpet  (Jenkins, 1928.)


Alf #2.


Alf finds a magic carpet.


Alf's New Button  (Jenkins, 1940.)


Alf #3


More fun with a genie.


Egbert  (Jenkins, 1924.)


Not seen.  A man is turned into a rhinoceros.


Wishes Limited  (Jenkins, 1922.)


Not seen.  Fairies.




Battle of Evernight, The  (Warner, 2003.)


Bitterbynde #3.


                A young woman holds the key to stopping a quarrel between two powerful personalities whose conflict has spread throughout the world.


Ill-Made Mute, The  (Warner, 2001.)


Bitterbynde #1.


                A young girl sets off on a quest to find a wise woman, but her journey is beset by a number of evil monsters.  Then a young ranger decides to be her protector and escort her to her goal


Iron Tree, The  (Tor, 2005.)


Crowthistle #1.


                A young man travels about seeking information about his long missing father.


Lady of the Sorrows, The  (Warner, 2002.)


Bitterbynde #2.


                A woman seeks the ranger she loved but finds he and the king have gone on a quest.  Supernatural forces begin to attack the city in his absence, and she fears that she is the cause.


Weatherwitch  (Tor, 2006.)


Crowthistle #3.


                A young woman must decide whether to stay with her father or pursue the magical abilities she inherited from her mother.


Well of Tears, The  (Tor, 2006.)


Crowthistle #2.


                A young woman flees a wrathful king and discovers her own heritage.




Game of Stars (Scholastic, 2019.)


Kiranmala #2.


A young girl travels to a magical alternate reality.


Serpent's Secret, The  (Scholastic, 2018.)


Kiranmala #1.


Adventures of a teenager in an alternate reality.


DAVID, JAMES F.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Judgment Day  (Forge, 2005.)


                Odd blend of SF and supernatural.  As judgment day nears, the devil begins to gather his forces, but religious groups use a revolutionary space drive to colonize another world.


DAVID, PETER  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Darkness of the Light, The  (Tor, 2007.)


                Earth has become magical again and is fought over by a variety of races, including humans and vampires.


Fall of Knight  (Ace, 2006.)


King Arthur #3.


                King Arthur's identity is revealed and he begins dispensing healing water from the Holy Grail.


Howling Mad  (Ace, 1989.)


When a werewolf bites a wolf, the poor animal is turned into a wereman, spending his days in a New York City zoo and his nights wandering around trying to understand the human world. 


Knight Life  (Ace, 1987.  Ace, 2002, revised.)


King Arthur #1.


King Arthur is magically transported to present day New York City where he runs for mayor in this frequently hilarious romp. His misconceptions about modern society form the basis of much of the humor. Morgan LeFay shows up to interfere with his campaign.


One Knight Only  (Ace, 2003.)


King Arthur #2.


                The new President of the US is actually King Arthur returned, but Merlin has been transformed into a statue and cannot advise him when he must find the Holy Grail to save his wife's life.


Sir Apropos of Nothing  (Pocket, 2001.)


Sir Apropos #1.


                A professional thief begins to doubt his own lifestyle after witnessing the death of an innocent girl, and takes an unusually erratic path to fighting the evil in his imaginary world.


Tigerheart  (Del Rey, 2008.)


A boy in touch with the world of magic never grows up.


Woad to Wuin, The  (Pocket, 2002.)


Sir Apropos #2.


                A tavern keeper wakes up one day to find he has been transported to an alternate world in which he is the ruthless commander of an army.




Boatman's Daughter, The (Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, 2020.)


Witchcraft battles a mysterious evil.


DAVIDSON, AVRAM  (See also collaboration which follows.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Collected Fantasies  (Berkley, 1982.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Everybody Has Somebody in Heaven  (Devora, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories, not all fantasy, and other writings, all with a Jewish theme.


Island Under the Earth, The  (Ace, 1969, Mayflower, 1975, Wildside, 2002.)


A varied cast of characters pursues their separate interests in a magical land where the six-limbed folks are plotting to achieve a greater destiny.  Planned as the first of a trilogy, though subsequent volumes never appeared.


Other Nineteenth Century, The  (Tor, 2001.)


                Collection of sometimes loosely related stories.


Peregrine: Primus  (Walker, 1971, Ace, 1977, Wildside, 2002.)


Peregrine #1.


A young aristocrat in the last pagan kingdom on Earth sets out on a quest to secure his manhood and runs into dragons, heroes and villains human and inhuman, and the legions of Rome itself.


Peregrine: Secundus  (Berkley, 1981, Wildside, 2002.)


Peregrine #2.


The bastard son of a king escapes from a curse of shapeshifting only to find himself little better off restored to humanity.  His adventures include encounters with a sphinx, a dragon, and some human opponents as well.


Phoenix and the Mirror, The  (Ace, 1969, Doubleday, 1969, Mayflower, 1975.)


Virgil #1.


The poet Vergil was actually a sorcerer who defends his world against the powers of the supernatural phoenix.  A remarkably intelligent and erudite fantasy to which promised sequels never appeared.


Ursus of Ultima Thule  (Avon, 1973, Wildside, 2002.)


A doughty warrior exiles himself to the frozen northern wasteland, but even there he is forced to interfere with the plans of evil sorcerers to seize control of the world.


Virgil in Averno  (Doubleday, 1987.)


Virgil #2.


Virgil arrives in a city filled with corruption and twisted magic.  His search for knowledge gets sidetracked when he becomes involved with a beautiful woman, unfortunately wife of a powerful and jealous man.




Boss in the Wall, The  (Tachyon, 1998.)


                After a confrontation with a mystical spirit, a man encounters a series of charlatans.


Marco Polo and the Sleeping Beauty  (Baen, 1988, Wildside, 2002.)


Marco Polo wants to return home but Genghis Khan will only release him if he agrees to first locate the secret of immortality.




Seven Voyages of Sinbad, The.  (See Sinbad's Seven Voyages.)


Sinbad's Seven Voyages  (Scholastic, 1974. Originally published by Scholastic in 1959 as The Seven Voyages of Sinbad.)


Collection of unrelated stories, only one about Sinbad.




Under Plum Lake  (Knopf, 1980, Bantam, 1983.  (Jonathan Cape, 1980, Bantam, 1983, Puffin, ?  William Heinemann, 1982, as by David Line.)


A young boy travels through a cave to a magical world that is both strange and beautiful, but no one back in the real world will believe him.


DAVIDSON, MARYJANICE  (See also collaborations which follow. Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Fish Out of Water  (Jove, 2008.)


Mermaid #3.


The human world discovers the hidden kingdom of merpeople.


Really Unusual Bad Boys  (Brava, 2005.)


                Collection of related stories.


Sleeping with the Fishes  (Jove, 2006.)


Mermaid #1.


                A mermaid solves a mystery involving toxic waste.


Swimming Without a Net  (Jove, 2007.)


Mermaid #2.


Humorous romance involving mermaids.




Evangelina  (Ace, 2011.)


Jennifer Scales #6.


Dragons show up in a small town.


Jennifer Scales and the Ancient Furnace (Berkley Jam, 2005.)


Jennifer Scales #1.


                A teenager who is also a weredragon tries to have a normal life even though she is surrounded by shapeshifters.


Jennifer Scales and the Messenger of Light  (Berkley, 2006, Ace, 2007.)


Jennifer Scales #2.


                A weredragon teenager has to deal with an equally gifted but nasty half brother.


Rise of the Poison Moon  (Ace, 2010.)


Jennifer Scales #5.


A town is magically isolated from the rest of the world.


Seraph of Sorrow  (Ace, 2009.)


Jennifer Scales #4.


A shapechanging teen attempts to negotiate a truce between two warring species.


Silver Moon Elm, The  (Berkley, 2007, Ace, 2008.)


Jennifer Scales #3.


                A teenager who is also a dragon wakes up to find herself in an unrecognizable version of our world.




Stars Askew, The (Tor, 2015.)


Caeli-Amur #2.


More intrigue in a magical city.


Unwrapped Sky (Tor, 2014.)


Caeli-Amur $1.


Conflict in a magical city were science and magic co-exist.




Heart Remembers, The  (Zebra, 1995.)


A love hungry author dreams of past ages and wakes up one day to find out she has regressed through time to find her true love.  A romance.




Radiant Sky, A (Harper, 2014.)


A teen must decide between two magical forces.


DAVIES, ROBERTSON  (Also writes Horror.)


Cornish Trilogy, The  (Penguin, 1992.)


                Omnibus of the Cornish series.


Lyre of Orpheus, The  (Macmillan, 1988, Viking, 1988.)


Cornish #3.


                The ghost of E.T.A. Hoffman lingers to await the completion of one of his works.


Rebel Angels  (MacMillan, 1982, Viking, 1982.)


Cornish #1.


                Not seen.


Whatís Bred in the Bone  (Macmillan, 1985, Viking, 1985.)


Cornish #2.


                Ghosts shape an artistís life to suit their own purposes.




It Happens Every Spring  (Farrar Strauss, 1949, Avon, 1950.)


Fantasy about baseball.  Made into a movie.


Miracle on 34th Street  (Harcourt Brace, 1947, Pocket, 1952)


Santa Claus pays a visit to a small town where some have lost the Christmas spirit.  Made into a movie.


DAVIS, BRETT  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Faery Convention, The  (Baen, 1995.)


Faery #1.


The world's mythical creatures turn out to be real, reveal themselves in the 20th Century, and they're currently planning a political convention to try to hammer out a deal with the US for a separate state.  But a secret group of shapechangers plans to undermine the proceedings and precipitate a war with the humans.


Hair of the Dog  (Baen, 1997.)


Faery #2.


An apparent philanthropist has developed a treatment that will "cure" werewolves of their shapechanging affliction, but there are rumors that the treatment frequently leaves its subjects mentally damaged.




Everything in Its Time  (Jove, 2000.)


                Two people from distant times meet and fall in love, unaware that they are not in the same era.  They spend years afterwards trying to be reunited and eventually succeeding.




Blood and Honor  (Wizards of the Coast, 2006.)


An Eberron novel.


                An exile saves a family menaced by kidnappings of both the living and the dead.


DAVIS, GRANIA  (See also collaboration with Avram Davidson.)


King and the Mangoes, The  (Dharma, 1975.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Moonbird  (Doubleday, 1986, Wildside, 2002.)


A young man from the South Pacific dreams of wider worlds, but discovers there is more complexity even in his own small universe.  A magical amulet opens up vistas of another universe, and an evil force stirs in the background.


Proud Peacock and the Mallard, The  (Dharma, 1976.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Rainbow Annals, The  (Avon, 1980, Wildside, 2002.)


A short epic fantasy based on Tibetan law, incorporating interesting variations of the powers of good and evil, with demons, beautiful maidens, and other fantasy conventions.


DAVIS, HEATHER  (Also writes Horror.)


Clearing, The  (Graphia, 2010.)


Teenage time travel romance.




Bloodwalk  (Wizards of the Coast, 2006.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                A woman who returns from death in a fantasy world has supernatural powers.


Circle of Skulls  (Wizards of the Coast, 2010.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


Intrigue in a city of magic.


Restless Shore, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2009.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.




Shield of Weeping Ghosts, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


A dark secret is hidden in a ruined city.




Somewhere Lies the Moon  (Pocket, 1999.)


                Contemporary romance novel involving a genuine psychic. 


DAWSON, GERALYN  (Pseudonym of Geralyn Dawson Williams.)


Sizzle All Day  (Sonnet, 2000.)


                Mildly humorous romantic ghost story about a haunted Scottish castle.




End of All Seasons, The  (Wildside, 2013.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


DAWSON, SARANNE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Awakenings  (Leisure, 1994.)


A witch uses her magic to combat an evil ruler in this romance novel.


Enchanted Land, The  (Leisure, 1992.)


                The protagonist is studying legends of a magical people living in a remote part of New York, unaware that they are real and that she is linked to them.


Greenfire  (Leisure, 1994.)


Passionate love in a barbaric fantasy world.


Heart of the Wolf  (Leisure, 1994.)


A shapechanger helps a woman hold onto her kingdom when it is menaced by an evil enemy.


Secrets of the Wolf  (Leisure, 1998.)


                A search for a lost civilization causes a woman to meet a man to whom she is romantically drawn, but who reveals himself to be a werewolf.


DAY, ALYSSA  (Pseudonym of Alesia Holliday.)


Atlantis Awakening  (Berkley, 2007.)


Warriors of Poseidon #2.


Romance with vampires.


Atlantis Betrayed  (Berkley, 2010.)


Warriors of Poseidon #6.


Romance involving shapechangers.


Atlantis Redeemed  (Berkley, 2010.)


Warriors of Poseidon #5.


A reporter discovers that scientists are experimenting on shapechangers.


Atlantis Rising  (Berkley, 2007.)


Warriors of Poseidon #1.


                A warrior from under the sea takes a mission on the surface and begins to feel human.


Atlantis Unleashed (Berkley, 2008.)


Warriors of Poseidon #3.


Back from the dead, a warrior strives to protect the woman he loves.


Atlantis Unmasked  (Berkley, 2009.)


Warriors of Poseidon #4.


Heroes search for a magic artifact that will restore Atlantis.


Heart of Atlantis  (Berkley, 2012.)


Warriors of Poseidon.






Fandom, The  (Chicken House, 2018.)


Game players are drawn literally into a game.




Lambs of God  (Riverhead, 1999.)


                Marginal story of religious mysticism involving three nuns whose encounter with a new priest affects their beliefs that souls are being reincarnated in sheep.




Eve of Chaos  (Tor, 2009.)


Marked #3.


The devil's interest in the protagonist makes her life difficult.


Eve of Darkness  (Tor, 2009.)


Marked #1.


A woman is taken to a world where she must battle demons.


Eve of Destruction  (Tor, 2009.)


Marked #2.






Pleasures of the Night  (HarperCollins, 2007.)


Warfare in the world of dreams.




Barbed Rose, The  (Luna, 2006.)


Rose #2.


                The protagonist must decide whether to risk her love in order to save her people from demonic attacks.


Compass Rose, The  (Luna, 2005.)


Rose #1.


                A woman is given great magical powers and charged with performing a great deed.


Eternal Rose, The  (Luna, 2007.)


Rose #3.




New Blood  (Tor, 2009.)


Two people with magical powers find that they can merge their abilities.




Barrow  (Roc, 1990.)


An apparently innocuous man with some magical abilities is actually a serious minded wizard who uses his talents to manipulate people around him in a quiet war against evil.




Dubious Hills, The  (Tor, 1994.)


Hidden Land #4.


Further adventures of a group of children who have found the way into a magical other world.  More marvel and mystery than physical action.  Although the protagonists are children, the book is written on an adult level.


Hidden Land, The  (Ace, 1986.)


Hidden Land #2.


Further adventures of a group of children from our world lost in a magical kingdom that mirrors the role playing fantasy game they'd been using to amuse themselves.  Much more serious and literate than most novels that used this popular theme.


Juniper, Gentian, and Rosemary  (Tor, 1998.)


                A quiet but relentless fantasy about three sisters who become fascinated with the strange boy who moves in across the street.  He involves them in a plan to build a time machine in their attic, but itís a machine to control rather than travel through time, and he uses it to seize control of their lives.


Secret Country, The  (Ace, 1985.)


Hidden Land #1.


A group of children discover the entrance to a magical other world filled with unicorns, monsters, and adventures.  It appears to be a materialization of a fantasy world they created in an elaborate series of games.


Tam Lin  (Tor, 1990.)


A magical love story about a mortal woman who contends with the queen of the fairies for the love of a mortal man caught between them.


Whim of the Dragon, The  (Ace, 1989.)


Hidden Land #3.


Although they escaped from an all too real version of their fantasy world, the protagonists are summoned back for a final confrontation with the dreaded Dragon King.




They Chose to Be Birds  (Heinemann, 1935.)


Not seen.  A man is transformed into a bird.




Fire Thief, The  (Kingfisher, ?)


Prometheus #1.


The story of Prometheus.


Fire Thief Fights Back, The  (Kingfisher, ?)


Prometheus #3.




Flight of the Fire Thief, The  (Kingfisher, ?)


Prometheus #2.






Adamantine Palace, The  (Roc, 2010.)


Memory of Flames #1.


A kingdom that exists by controlling dragons is endangered when one of them goes missing.


Black Mausoleum  (Roc, 2012.)


Memory of Flames #4.




Dragon Queen (2015.)


King of the Crags, The (Roc, 2011.)


Memory of Flames #2.


Political maneuvering for domination of a world of dragons.


Order of the Scales, The  (Roc, 2012.)


Memory of Flames #3.




Silver Kings, The (Roc, 2015.)


Splintered Gods, The (Roc, 2015.)


DEAUXVILLE, KATHERINE  (Pseudonym of Maggie Davis.)


Eyes of Love   (Kensington, 1996.)


Romance novel set in ancient Scotland in which the heroine is accused of practicing witchcraft and genuine second sight is a prominent plot device.




All Men Are Mortal  (?, 1955.  Published in France in 1946.)


Not seen.




Senor Vivo and the Coca Lord  (?, 1991.)


An outspoken man fights government corruption and drug trading in a novel that plays with magical elements.  Marginal.


War of Don Emmanuel's Nether Parts, The  (?, 1990.)


A revolutionary in South America learns to use magic to protect his followers when they break away from a corrupt society and set up their own culture.




Depths of Madness  (Wizards of the Coast, 2007.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


A group of people are trapped in a mystical dungeon.


Downshadow  (Wizards of the Cost, 2009.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


A knight has adventures in a magical land.


Ghostwalker  (Wizards of the Coast, 2005.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                A warrior has various adventures.


Shadowbane  (Wizards of the Coast, 2011.)


A Dark Sun novel.






Harbinger of the Storm  (Angry Robot, 2011.)


Obsidian #2.




House of Binding Thorns, The (Ace, 2017)


Dominion of Fallen #2.


Various parties seek to dominate an alternate Paris following a magical war.


House of Shattered Wings, The (Roc, 2015.)


Dominion of Fallen #1.




Master of the House of Darts  (Angry Robot, 2011.)


Obsidian #3.




Servant of the Underworld  (Angry Robot, 2010.)


Obsidian #1.




DE CAMP, CATHERINE CROOK  (See collaborations with L. Sprague de Camp.)


DE CAMP, L. SPRAGUE  (See collaborations which follow.)


Carnelian Cube, The  (Gnome, 1948, Lancer, 1967.)


The protagonist finds a magical cube that will allow him to travel to other realities.  But the more he searches for the perfect world, the more trouble he gets into.


Clocks of Iraz, The  (Pyramid, 1971, Sphere,1979, Del Rey, 1983, Grafton, 1988.)


Reluctant King #2.


Jorian has yet to be beheaded as the law requires, and now he's trying to repair a set of giant clocks and lift a pirate siege, after which he merely has to rescue the woman he loves from a foreign ruler.


Fallible Fiend, The  (Signet, 1973, Remploy, 1974, Sphere, 1978, Del Rey, 1981.)


A relentlessly literal demon is set to guard a doorway and is eventually disgraced when he devours his master's apprentice.  A frequently amusing series of misadventures follows as the demon attempts to understand the illogical nature of human conflict.


Goblin Tower, The  (Pyramid, 1968, Sphere, 1979, Del Rey, 1983.)


Reluctant King #1.


The reluctant king is to be ritually executed unless he can perform a series of heroic acts to avoid his inevitable fate.  His first such attempt is made more complex by the presence of shapechangers, apemen, and a giant squirrel.


Honorable Barbarian, The  (Del Rey, 1989, Easton, 1989.)


Reluctant King #4.


The younger brother of Jorian, hero of the first three books, sets off for a series of adventures when he takes passage aboard a pirate ship, rescues their beautiful captive, and runs afoul of a gaggle of wizards.


Purple Pterodactyls, The  (Ace, 1979, Phantasia, 1979.)


Collection of related stories about one character's many encounters with magic.


Reluctant King, The  (Doubleday, 1985, Baen, 1996.)


Omnibus of the first three Reluctant King novels.


Reluctant Shaman, The  (Pyramid, 1970.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Sir Harold and the Gnome King  (Wildside, 1991.)


Harold Shea #4.


Long story in chapbook form about the professor/sorcererís latest escapade in a fantasy world.


Solomon's Stone  (Avalon, 1957.)


A faked invocation of a demon actually works.


Tritonian Ring, The  (Twayne, 1953, Paperback Library, 1968,  Owlswick, 1977, Del Rey, 1977, Sphere, 1978.)


A prehistoric hero on the lost island nation of Poseidonis is sent on a mission to save his people by a witch when they are threatened by invasion from another land.


Unbeheaded King, The  (Del Rey, 1983, Grafton, 1988.)


Reluctant King #3.


The fugitive king and a friendly wizard enlist the aid of a demon in their quest to free the queen from the city which still hopes to execute their missing ruler.


Undesired Princess, The  (Fantasy Publishing, 1951.  Magazine version, 1942. Baen, 1990, bound with The Enchanted Bunny by David Drake.)


An engineer is kidnapped into a world of pure logic, where everything acts exactly as it is supposed to, including people, and where even the monsters have an excess of personality.  His subsequent attempts to get home are marvelously funny.




Conan of Aquilonia  (Ace, 1977, Prestige, 1977, Sphere, 1978.)


A Conan adventure.


Conan's son and heir to his throne falls prey to an evil cult of sorcerers and Conan sets out singlehanded to have his revenge.


Conan of the Isles  (Lancer, 1968, Sphere, 1974, Ace, 1980.)


A Conan adventure


Conan battles pirates, monsters, sorcery, and assassins in a series of loosely related adventures among the less civilized islands on the fringe of his world.


Conan the Barbarian  (Bantam, 1982, from the screenplay by John Milius and Oliver Stone.)


A Conan adventure.


A very young Conan survives the slaughter of his village and sets out to have vengeance on the sorcerer who led the attacking force.  With only a few unlikely allies, he defeats a much larger force led by his old enemies.


Conan the Buccaneer  (Lancer, 1971, Sphere, 1975, Ace, 1977.)


A Conan adventure.


Conan becomes a pirate and sails off to visit and have various adventures in a fabulous island land unknown to the rest of the world except in legends.  He finds supernatural as well as mundane challenges.


Conan the Liberator  (Bantam, 1979, Sphere, 1980, Ace, 1987, Tor, 2002.)


A Conan adventure.


As King of Aquilonia, Conan rallies his army to defeat the much larger force raised by a rival nation which intends to annex Aquilonia into a new empire..


Conan the Swordsman




Conan Chronicles, The  (Orbit, 1989.)


Omnibus of Conan stories.


Conan Chronicles 2, The  (Orbit, 1990.)


Omnibus of Conan stories.




Conan the Swordsman  (Bantam, 1978, Sphere, 1978, Ace, 1987, Tor, 2002.)


A Conan adventure.


A collection of stories about the barbarian hero.




Incorporated Knight, The  (Baen, 1987, Phantasia, 1987.)


Knight #1.


Novel patched together from a series of short stories, about a knight's magical, and generally whimsical adventures.


Pixilated Peeress, The  (Del Rey, 1991.)


Knight #2.


An unlikely hero assists a fugitive maiden as she  magically alters her appearance, but things go awry with the result that she ends up looking like an octopus.  More attempts to set things right lead to danger at the hands of a charismatic sorcerer and his followers, as well as the untrustworthiness of magic in general.




Conan and the Spider God  (Bantam, 1980, Ace, 1989.  Tor, 2002 does not list Howard as co-author.)


Unjustly accused of kidnapping a queen, Conan must rescue her from inside the temple of a cult that has actually recruited the assistance of a minor god.  Even a godling proves incapable of defeating the barbarian warrior.


Conan the Adventurer  (Lancer, 1966.)


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer, in some cases revised by De Camp from Howard's originals.


Conan: The Flame Knife  (Gnome Press, 1955, Ace, 1981.)


Conan and some friends flee from the armies and villains pursuing them and try to find refuge in a chain of remote mountains.  Alas, there they stumble into the stronghold of a sorcerous enemy anxious to find new victims.


Conan the Freebooter  (Lancer, 1968,  Ace, 1977, Sphere, 1976.)


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer, in some cases revised by De Camp from Howard's originals.


Conan the Usurper  (Lancer, 1967.)


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer, in some cases revised by De Camp from Howard's originals.




Castle of Iron, The  (Gnome Press, 1950, Pyramid, 1962, Remploy, 1973, Sphere, 1979. Magazine version 1941.)


Harold Shea #2.


Having returned from one magical world with a new wife who formerly lived in an epic poem, Harold Shea is off on a new series of adventures in magical worlds, this time involving a werewolf and a flying carpet. 


Compleat Enchanter, The  (Doubleday, 1975, Del Rey, 1975.)


Omnibus of The Incomplete Enchanter and The Castle of Iron.


Complete Compleat Enchanter, The  (Baen, 1989.  Sphere, 1988, as The Intrepid Enchanter.)


Omnibus of The Incomplete Enchanter, Castle of Iron, Wall of Serpents.


Enchanter Completed, The  (See Wall of Serpents.)


Incomplete Enchanter, The  (Holt, 1941,  Prime Press, 1950, Pyramid, 1960, Remploy, 1973, Sphere, 1979.)


Harold Shea #1.


Episodic adventure about Harold Shea, a professor who stumbles across a mathematical principle that allows him and a friend to travel into worlds created in works of fiction.  They subsequently encounter giants, dragons, and the like as they explore some of these worlds.


Intrepid Enchanter, The  (See The Complete Compleat Enchanter)


Land of Unreason  (Holt, 1942, Ballantine, 1970, Tom Stacey, 1972, Dell, 1979, Bluejay, 1985.)


A man puts out scotch for the elves instead of milk.  Inebriated, they invade his home and kidnap him to the magical realm of faerie for a series of amusing adventures.


Mathematics of Magic, The  (NESFA, 2007.)


Omnibus of the entire Harold Shea series, including short stories.


Tales from Gavagan's Bar  (Twayne, 1953.  Owlswick, 1978, Bantam, 1980, are expanded.)


Collection of loosely related stories all revealed in one location.


Wall of Serpents  (Avalon, 1960, Phantasia, 1978, Dell, 1979. Magazine version, 1943. Sphere, 1980, as The Enchanter Completed.)


Harold Shea #3.


Harold Shea, his wife, and an inquisitive policeman are propelled into the magic world of the Finnish epic Kalevala for a series of magically dangerous adventures.


DECANDIDO, KEITH R.A.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Cycle of Hatred  (Pocket Star, 2006.)


A Warcraft novel.


                Someone is provoking hostilities between humans and orcs.


Dragon Precinct  (Pocket Star, 2004.)


                Two detectives in a fantasy world solve a series of murders.


Under the Crimson Sun (Wizards of the Coast, 2011.)


A Dark Sun novel.






Knight's Shadow (2015)


Saint's Blood (Jo Fletcher, 2016.)


Greatcoats #2.




Traitor's Blade (Jo Fletcher, 2014.)


Greatcoats #1.


A highly trained warrior faces uncertainty when the throne is stolen.


DECHANCIE, JOHN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Bride of the Castle  (Ace, 1994.)


Castle #8.


A wedding is supposed to be a happy event, but in Castle Perilous the best laid plans often run agley.  When denizens of thousands of alternate realities are numbered among the guests, the results are frenetic and funny.


Castle Dreams  (Ace, 1992.)


Castle #6.


Another round of varying adventures for residents in Castle Perilous, this time revolving around the apparent death of the castle's sovereign.


Castle for Rent  (Ace, 1989.)


Castle #2.


The king of Castle Perilous is stranded in contemporary New York City while a horde of blue demons seizes control of the castle outside of space and time.


Castle Kidnapped  (Ace, 1989.)


Castle #3.


Episodic adventures ensue when many of the residents of Castle Perilous are dumped unceremoniously into a variety of weird worlds including one dominated by dinosaurs who play golf.


Castle Murders  (Ace, 1991.)


Castle #5.


A visiting nobleman known to traffic in magic is found murdered within the walls of Castle Perilous, and the hunt is on to find out who did the dastardly deed.


Castle Perilous  (Ace, 1988.)


Castle #1.


Opening volume in a series of farcicial adventures set within a magical castle that has 144,000 doors, each of which opens onto another reality.  A frustrated academic stumbles into the castle and meets a variety of odd people, not all of them human.


Castle Spellbound  (Ace, 1992.)


Castle #7.


Lord Incarnadine returns from the dead, but the situation in Castle Perilous continues along its madcap race to chaos as various brigands and heroes drawn from alternate universes find their way within its walls.


Castle War!  (Ace, 1990.)


Castle #4.


Castle Perilous is menaced by its evil twin, a duplicate castle filled with villains drawn from thousands of different realities.


From Prussia With Love  (Prima, 1996.)


Castle Falkenstein #1.


Based on the Castle Falkenstein computer game.  An alternate Europe where magic works is in peril because of the development of steam powered intercontinental missiles and a secret agent from our world is ensorcelled there to sabotage the effort.


MagicNet  (Avon, 1993.)


Following the bizarre death of a friend, an unlikely hero is given a computer program that invokes magic.  He finds the dead man's personality imprinted in the program and discovers that with his computer, he can reprogram the universe.  If the demons don't get him first, that is.


Masterminds of Falkenstein  (Prima, 1996.)


Castle Falkenstein #2.


A convention of inventors and magicians is the vehicle through which a mad genius plans to seize power in an alternate Europe.  Based on a computer game.


Talons  (Ibooks, 2002.  Ibooks, 2005, bound with A Terrible Beauty by John J. Miller)


A Witchblade novel.


                A police officer with a magical sword investigates a series of murders while deflecting the unwanted attention of her suspicious superiors.


DECLES, JOHN  (See also collaboration with Paul Edwin Zimmer.)


Particolored Unicorn, The  (Ace, 1987.)


Piswyck's father is a wizard, his girlfriend is being held prisoner by her wicked uncle, and there's an oddly colored unicorn in the neighborhood.  What more could a young man ask?




Monkís Magic  (Methuen, 1931.)


                Not seen.


DEDMAN, STEPHEN  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Fistful of Data, A  (Roc, 2006.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                A secret hospice for the disadvantaged in a magical future attracts the attention of rapacious corporations.




Dreaming Hunt, The (Tor, 2016.)


Sleeping King #2.


The protagonists must revive a legendary figure to overthrow a despot.


Sleeping King, The (Tor, 2015.)


Sleeping King #1.


War in a fantasy world.


Wandering War, The (Tor, 2017.)


Sleeping King #3.


A magical war comes to an end.


Wandering War, The (Tor, 2018.)


DEHAN, RICHARD  (Pseudonum of Clotilde Graves.)


Off Sandy Hook and Other Stories  (Stokes, 1915.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Under the Hermes and Other Stories  (Heinemann, 1917.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


DE HAVEN, TOM  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


End-of-Everything Man, The  (Doubleday, 1991, Bantam, 1992, Roc UK 1993.)


King's Tramp #2.


A wanderer has returned to his own world, believing his job finished, but chaos continues to gather and his own allies fall into difficulties. 


Last Human, The   (Bantam, 1992, Doubleday, ?, Roc UK, 1995.)


King's Tramp #3.


Conclusion to the battle that wages in three universes for the control of human destiny.  The protagonist faces his final foe, the Queen of Noise, whose voice can kill.


Walker of Worlds  (Doubleday, 1991, Bantam, 1991, Roc UK, 1991.)


King's Tramp #1.


Jack discovers that all of the universes may be destroyed soon, but before he can warn the king of his magical realm, he is forced to flee to our Earth.  There he makes new allies in his battle against a sorceror from his own universe.




Above the Lower Sky  (Avon 1994.)


                Twenty years from now, people must confront the fact that magic really does exist.


Bloodwinter  (Bantam, 1999.)




                Two neighboring kingdoms are beset by very different problems, one a terrible plague, the other a bulging population.  The discovery of magic crystals precipitates a conflict that may destroy them both.


Darkthunder's Way  (Avon, 1989.)


David Sullivan #3.


Although he had hoped to remain aloof from the world of Faerie, David Sullivan is drawn back into that realm when war threatens to break out between rival fairy factions.


Demons in the Green, The  (Avon, 1996.)


An ancient magical force based in the oceans awakens in the near future and plots to replace the human race.  A scientist and a Cherokee spirit dancer are the only ones who possess the knowledge that might avert the extinction of humanity.


Dreambuilder  (Avon, 1992.)


Soulsmith #2.


Ronny has fled the bitter family struggle that left his half brother in control of powerful magic, but now he is recalled from his academic life to return and resolve lingering problems with his relatives.


Fireshaper's Doom  (Avon, 1987, Orbit, 1989.)


David Sullivan #2.


A fairy woman, angered that her son was killed during David Sullivan's battle against the Windmaster, kidnaps him into Faerie and makes him her servant.  But his old enemy holds a grudge, and David finds himself caught between two powerful forces.


Ghostcountry's Wrath  (Avon, 1995.)


David Sullivan #6.


Ghosts cross the barriers between worlds to warn of an impending danger as David Sullivan and his friends set out on a new series of adventures in the magical realms.


Gryphon King, The  (Avon, 1989.)


An academic discovers a magic sword in a crate of old books, and by touching it becomes an important figure in the ensuing threat to the contemporary world by an ancient magical force.


Landslayerís Law  (Avon, 1997.)


David Sullivan #7.


                Land developers are destroying an area that is a natural bridge between our world and the world of Faerie.  A man with the ability to see both worlds struggles to prevent the destruction of a fantastic other universe, and perhaps our own universe as well.


Soulsmith  (Avon, 1991.)


Soulsmith #1.


Unusual contemporary fantasy about a Georgia family who run an unofficial fiefdom because of their inherited magical powers.  The young heir awakens to his legacy when he becomes involved in the power struggle to resolve the succession of authority within his family.


Springwar  (Bantam, 2000.)


Eron #2.


                The protagonist owns a magical gem.  Unfortunately, thereís a cult that wants to destroy both it and him, a rival who wants the power the gem controls, and a war breaking out just to keep everyone hopping.


Stoneskin's Revenge  (Avon, 1991.)


David Sullivan #5.


The doorway between worlds was open long enough for a monstrous creature called Spearfinger to enter our world, a creature with a thirst for human souls.  The protagonist and his friends attempt to defeat the creature and close the entranceway.


Summerblood  (Bantam, 2001.)


Eron #3.


                There's a new, inexperienced king on the throne of Eron, determined to heal his country after a war and a plague simultaneously devastated it.  Unfortunately, the priests of a secretive cult have hatched a new plot to destabilize the nation and drive him from the throne.


Sunshaker's War  (Avon, 1990.)


David Sullivan #4.


A war in Faerie threatens to destroy not only that realm but to overflow into the contemporary world as well, with devastating consequences there and in another magical world, the one forming the basis for native American legends.


Warautumn  (Bantam, 2002.)


Eron #4.


                Religious fanatics have seized the capital, the king is forced to flee, his sister searches for a magical weapon, and his Queen tries to keep herself and her children free of their enemies.


Warstalker's Track  (Avon, 1999.)


David Sullivan #8.


                The human go-between mediating disputes among human and faerie interests has his work cut out for him when the new rulers of the magical realm decide to protect their borders by flooding the entire state of Georgia.


Windmaster's Bane  (Avon, 1986, Orbit, 1988.)


David Sullivan #1.


David Sullivan has second sight, which enables him to cross the barriers between worlds from his home in Georgia.  In the first of his adventures, he encounters a sorcerer of sorts who holds sway of the Sidhe and wishes to extend his control into our world.


Wordwright  (Avon, 1993.)


Soulsmith #3.


Despite his reluctance to assume the role of family head, Ronny Dillon returns to his ancestral home in Georgia to awaken an ancient source of magic that is essential to the resolution of a supernatural rivalry.




Black  (Nelson, 2004.)


Circle #1.


A bullet wound in the head transports a man into another reality.


DE LA CRUZ, MELISSA  (Also writes Horror.)


Isle of the Lost, The (


Return to the Isle of the Lost (Hyperion, 2016.)


Ring and the Crown, The  (Hyperion, 2014.)




Serpent's Kiss (Hyperion, 2012.)


Beauchamp Family.




Winds of Salem (Hyperion, 2013.)


Beauchamp Family.




Witches of East End (Hyperion, 2013.)


Beauchamp Family.






Count, The  (Harper, 2000.)


                Romance novel involving a family curse, an elaborate plot to get around it, and the intervention of some sympathetic ghosts.




Beauty Bride, The  (Warner, 2005.)


                Historical romance involving a fairy.


Fallen  (Tor, ?)


Angel #1.




Guardian (Tor, 2009.)


Angel #2.


An angel must protect a woman from assassination.


Rebel  (Tor, 2010.)


Angel #3.


A fallen angel and a wraith have to assassinate a US President to save humanity.


DE LA MARE, WALTER  (Also writes Horror.)


Broomsticks and Other Tales  (Constable, 1925.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Lord Fish, The  (Faber, 1933.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


DELANEY, JOHN  (See collaboration with Scott McGough.)


DELANY, SAMUEL R.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Bridge of Lost Desire, The  (Arbor House, 1987, St Martins, 1988, Wesleyan, 1993.  Grafton, 1989, as Return to Neveryon.)


Neveryon #4.


Collection of related stories.


Flight from Neveryon  (Bantam, 1985, Grafton, 1989, Wesleyan, 1994.)


Neveryon #3.


Collection of related tales involving the recurring characters and their adventures and discoveries in a fabulous land.


Neveryona  (Bantam, 1983, Grafton, 1989, Wesleyan, 1993.)


Neveryon #2.


Episodic adventures in Neveryon involving some of the characters from the earlier short story and pursuing the same socio-economic concerns.


Return to Neveryon  (See The Bridge of Lost Desire.)


Tales of Neveryon  (Bantam, 1979, Grafton, 1988, Wesleyan, 1993, HarperCollins, 1996.)


Neveryon #1.


Collection of related stories set in a fantasy realm.  More intellectual than adventurous, concentrating on development of that world's social and economic system.


They Fly at Ciron  (Incunabula, 1993, Tor, 1995, Harper, 1998.)


A peaceful village falls prey to the rampaging armies of an ambitious ruler, so they seek to forge an alliance with a winger race that live in the mountains for mutual protection.




Borribles, The  (MacMillan, 1976, Bodley Head, 1976, Ace, 1979, Starscape, 2005.)


Borribles #1.


The Borribles and the Rumbles are too diminutive tribes of children who have been magically changed into fairylike warriors waging secret warfare in the undercity of a near future London.


Borribles Across the Dark Metropolis, The  (Piccolo, 1986, Ace, 1988, Starscape, 2006.)


Borribles #3.


A group of Borribles go on an adventure across London, with the police in hot pursuit.


Borribles Go for Broke, The  (Bodley Head, 1981, Ace, 1982, Starscape, 2005.)


Borribles #2.


The Borribles continue their adventures on the seamy underside of London while carefully avoiding the special division of the local police force, which has been organized to track them down.


DEL CARLO, ERIC  (See collaboration with Robert Asprin.)


DEL FRANCO, MARK  (Note that the Connor Grey and Laura Blackstone series have a common background.)


Face Off  (Ace, 2010.)


Laura Blackstone #2.


Tensions rise between humans and fairies.


Skin Deep  (Ace, 2009.)


Laura Blackstone #1.


The protagonist is fey and works in a special branch of the police dedicated to magical crimes.


Uncertain Allies (Ace, 2011.)


Connor Grey #5.


A detective investigates a magically empowered murder.


Unfallen Dead  (Ace, 2009.)


Connor Grey #3.


A murder must be solved in a world where fairies and humans now share a world.


Unperfect Souls (Ace, 2010.)


Connor Grey #4.


A series of violent deaths suggests a magical plot against the government of Boston.


Unquiet Dreams  (Ace, 2008.)


Connor Grey #2.


Elves and fairies have a gang war in Boston.


Unshapely Things  (Ace, 2007.)


Connor Grey #1.


                A detective in Boston investigates the murders of several fairy prostitutes.






DE LINT, CHARLES  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Ascian in Rose  (Axolotl, 1987.)


Tamson House #2.


Not seen.


Badger in the Bag, The  (Triskell Press, 1985.)


Short story in pamphlet form.


Berlin  (Fourth Avenue Press, 1989.)


Short story in pamphlet form.


Blue Girl, The  (Viking, 2005.)


                Young adult novel about a misfit in high school who encounters ghosts, fairies, and an angel.


Dreaming Place, The  (Atheneum, 1990, Warner Questar, 1992.)


Two people contend against a manitou, an Indian spirit creature who can move their souls and minds from their own bodies and into that of simple animals.


Dreams Underfoot  (Tor, 1993.)


Newford #2.


Collection of related stories.


Drink Down the Moon  (Ace, 1990.)


Jacky Rowan #2.


Someone has stolen the fairies' magic and Jacky is imprisoned in a wizard's tower, hoping a friend will rescue her.


Drowned Man's Reel, The  (Triskell, 1988.)


Short story in pamphlet form.


Fair in Emain Macha, The  (Tor, 1990, bound with Ill Met in Lanhkmar by Fritz Leiber.)


Short novel about intrigue in a magical world.


Forests of the Heart  (Tor, 2000, Gollancz, 2001.)


                Irish spirits of the land have migrated to America, but were unable to displace the manitou of the new world.  Instead they haunt the cities, appearing almost human except to those with the exceptional ability to see them.  This includes a young woman who has recently taken shelter within an artists' colony.


Ghosts of Wind and Shadow  (Triskell, 1990, Pulphouse, 1991.)


Short story in pamphlet form about a musician's encounter with a fairy.


Ghostwood  (Axolotl, 1990.)


Tamson House #4.


Collection of related stories.


Glass Eyes and Cotton Strings  (Triskell, 1982.)


Cerin series.


Short story in pamphlet form.


Greenmantle  (Ace, 1988, Pan, 1991, Tor, 1998, Orb, 1998.)


Vaguely a sequel to Yarrow, this contemporary fantasy is set in a fabulous wood near a major city that is host to a number of creatures from the world of faerie, including the horned man who lures people to their fates.


Harp of the Grey Rose, The  (Donning, 1985, Avon, 1991.)


A wandering minstrel falls in love with a beautiful young woman imprisoned by a powerful sorcerer and sets out to rescue her with an unmagical sword and the power of song.


Hedgework and Guessery  (Pulphouse, 1981.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Hidden City, The  (Bantam, 1990.)


#5 in the multi-author Dungeon series.


Two brothers are reunited and now combine their efforts to find their way out of an immense dungeon filled with giants and other dangers.  Their wanderings have now brought them within range of the secret masters of this magical world.


In Mask and Motley  (Triskell, 1983.)


Cerin series.


Short story in pamphlet form.


Into the Green  (Tor, 1993, Orb, 2001.)


A harpist with a witch's staff wanders through a magical other world having various adventures.  Episodic novel based on several short stories.


Ivory and the Horn, The  (Tor, 1995.)


Newford #3.


Collection of related stories.


Jack of Kinrowan  (Tor, 1995.)


Omnibus of Jack the Giant Killer and Drink Down the Moon.


Jack the Giant Killer  (Ace, 1987.)


Jacky Rowan #1.


Giants and other legendary creatures appear to menace a contemporary city, but are vanquished in the end by a noble warrior, Jack of Kinrowan.


Lark in the Morning, The  (Triskell, 1987.)


Cerin series.


Short story in pamphlet form.


Laughter in the Leaves  (Triskell, 1984.)


Short story in pamphlet form.


Little Country, The   (Morrow, 1991, Pan, 1993, Orb, 2001.)


A family in Cornwall possesses a magical book, but others have learned of its existence and wish to suborn its powers for their own purposes.


Memory and Dream  (Tor, 1994.)


Newford #1.


A woman who learned to paint so well that her creations came to life has forsworn this magical ability, but eventually she is forced to re-examine the ability to fulfill a promise and to lay old fears to rest.


Merlin Dreams in the Moondream Wood  (Pulphouse, 1992.)


Reprint in pamphlet form of the 1990 short story about Merlin's presence in a haunted wood.


Moonheart  (Ace, 1984, Pan, 1990, Orb, 1994.)


Tamson House #1.


A fascinating contemporary fantasy involving native American legends as well as European folklore.  A group of friends confronts magical danger in a house that spans the gap between our world and one filled with magic.


Moon Is a Meadow, The  (Triskell, 1990.)


Short story in pamphlet form.


Moonlight and Vines  (Tor, 1999, Orb 2005.)


A Newford collection.


                Collection of loosely related stories.


Mulengro  (Ace, 1985, Pan, 1997.)


Suspenseful story based on gypsy legends.  The mulengro is a supernatural entity conjured up by a bitter gypsy and sent to murder his enemies.  Opposed to him is a street smart cop with the imagination to look beyond the ordinary to find the killer.


Muse and Reverie  (Tor, 2009.)


A Newford Collection.


Collection of loosely related stories.


Mystery of Grace, The  (Tor, 2009.)


Two people discover that the world of the dead intersects that of the living.


Oak King's Daughter, The  (Triskell, 1979.)


Cerin series.


Short story in pamphlet form.


Onion Girl, The  (Tor, 2001.)


A Newford novel.


                In a fabulous magical town, a young artist reveals the mystical truth about her life.


Our Lady of the Harbour  (Pulphouse, 1991.)


Novelet about a man who encounters a mermaid and who will die unless he wins her love.  He does so he doesnít.


Pattern of Silver Strings, A   (Triskell, 1981.)


Cerin series.


Short story in pamphlet form.


Rafters Were Singing, The  (Triskell, 1986.)


Cerin series.


Short story in pamphlet form.


Riddle of the Wren, The  (Ace, 1984.)


A battle wages among forces arcane and mundane when Druid magic opens the gateway to the world of faerie.


Someplace to Be Flying  (Tor, 1998, Orb, 2005.)


                An investigative reporter looking into rumors of a magical people living in the fringes of human society stumbles into a world of creatures who lived on Earth before humankind.  The discovery puts him in peril because he knows their secret, and threatens their existence because of humanityís instinctive fear of the unknown.


Spirits in the Wires  (Tor, 2003.)


A Newford novel.


                A computer crash causes several people to disappear into a parallel world existing in Newford.


Spiritwalk  (Tor, 1992.)


Tamson House #5.


A fresh menace arises to threaten the inhabitants of Tamson House, which exists on the borderline that separates the worlds of Celtic and native American magic, and the contemporary world.


Stone Drum, The  (Triskell, 1989.)


Short story in pamphlet form.


Tapping the Dream Tree  (Tor, 2002.)


A Newford book.


                Collection of loosely related stories.


Three Plusketeers and the Garden Slugs  (Triskell, 1985.)


 Short story in pamphlet form.


Trader  (Tor, 1997, Macmillan, 1997.)


                A respected craftsman discovers that he has exchanged bodies with a villain who has a rudimentary knowledge of magic.  He must first overcome the economic and criminal difficulties to which his physical identity is linked, and then find a way to reclaim his original body and life.


Uncle Dobbin's Parrot Fair  (Pulphouse, 1991.)


Reprint in pamphlet form of the 1987 short story about magical creatures living in a forest.


Valley of Thunder, The  (Bantam, 1989.)


#3 in the multi-author Dungeon series.


Clive and his companions battle an amazing variety of strange creatures ranging from dinosaurs to giant worms as they attempt to escape from an enormous underground prison.


Waifs and Strays (Viking, 2002.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Westlin Wind  (Axolotl, 1989.)


Tamson House #3.


A woman returns to Tamson House and rediscovers its old magic.


Widdershins  (Tor, 2006.)


A Newford novel.


                Two people get caught in the conflict between two different types of magical people living just out of sight of the real world.


Wild Wood, The  (Bantam, 1994, Orb, 2004.)


                A woman retreats to a remote cabin in order to paint and instead discovers the world of fairies.


Wishing Well, The  (Axolotl, 1993.)


                A woman beset by various mundane problems hereís voices from an old well that transform her life.  Her devotion to the voices alarms her friends, who believe she is mentally ill.


Wolf Moon  (Signet, 1988.)


An involuntary werewolf travels the countryside of a mythical realm looking for someone who will accept him for what he is, but is harried at every stop by people fearful of his transformation.  But then he falls in love, and risks all to win the fair maiden.


Yarrow  (Ace, 1986, Pan, 1992, Tor, 1997.)


A fantasy writer finds her inspiration in elaborate dreams of a world of magical creatures and horrible villains.  Then one day her dreams are stolen by one of the creatures she wrote about and she spends the rest of the story trying to get them back.




News for Heaven  (Jonathan Cape, 1944, Consul, 1964.)


Not seen. Marco Polo's ghost returns to Earth.




Blue Magic  (Tor, 2012.)


Magic River #2.


The world adjusts to an influx of magic.


Child of a Hidden Sea (Tor, 2014.)


Stormwrack #1.


A woman is transported to a fantasy realm consisting of islands.


Daughter of No Nation, A (Tor, 2015.)


Stormwrack #2.




Indigo Springs  (Tor, 2010.)


Magic River #1.


A river is contaminated by magic.



Nature of a Pirate, The


DEL REY, LESTER  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Day of the Giants  (Avalon, 1959, Airmont, 1964.  Magazine version 1950 as When the World Tottered. Armchair, 2011, as When the World Tottered, bound with Ice City of the Gorgon by Richard Shaver.)


Two men from the Twentieth Century become important figures  at Ragnarok, the final battle between the Norse Gods and the giants of Aesir.


DELRIO, MARTIN   (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Mortal Kombat  (Tor, 1995, from the screenplay by Kevin Droney.)


Novelization of the martial arts film about a sorcerer and his adventures at a martial arts meet.




Cardinal's Heir, The  (Medallion, 2005.)


                An historical fantasy involving sorcery in France immediately following the death of Richelieu.




Last Dragon, The  (Hyperion, 2006, translated from the Italian by Shaun Whiteside.)


                The last elf in the world learns that he is part of a prophecy.


DE MARINIS, RICK  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Cinder  (Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, 1978, Avon, 1980.)


Satirical adventures of a man who encounters an Arab giant who turns out to be a genie with the power to grant his every wish.




Secret of Grim Hill, The  (Lobster, 2007.)


Teens vs evil fairies.




Quest, The  (Manor, 1975.)


Borderline fantasy adventure about a group of people who find evidence of the existence of the Holy Grail and travel to Ethiopia's remote hinterlands to find it.




Iris, Messenger  (Harcourt, 2007.)


                A teenager can communicate with the Greek gods.




He, A Companion to She  (Munro, 1887.)


                A pastiche of H. Rider Haggard.




Casca the Defiant  (Jove, 2001.)


A Casca novel.


                The immortal wanderer gets involved in a series of feuds in Venice.


Casca the Liberator  (Jove, 1999.)


A Casca novel.


                First in a new series based on the Barry Sadler novels.  The immortal Casca is trapped and drowned for generations, and when finally freed from his underwater prison, the local people consider him a god.




Ghost and Mrs. Muir, The  (Popular Library, 1968.)


A sea captain's ghost befriends a lonely woman.  Made into a motion picture and a television series. 




Skinny Dipping in the Lake of the Dead  (Small Beer, 2006.)


Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are fantasy.


Total Oblivion, More or Less (Spectra, 2009.)


The laws of the universe change.




Truthwitch (Tor, 2016.)


Witchlands #1.




DENNEHY, JOHN W. (Also writes Horror and Science Fiction.)


Clockwork Universe (Severed Press, 2016.)


Genetically altered animals rampage in a steampunkish Boston.




Warlock Holmes (Titan, 2016.)


An inept Sherlock Holmes solves mysteries using magic.


DENNING, TROY  (See also Richard Awlinson and collaboration with Ed Greenwood. Also writes Science Fiction.)


Amber Enchantress, The  (TSR, 1992.)


Prism Pentad #3.


An enchantress sets out on a mission to defeat an evil man born of supernatural forces.


Beyond the High Road  (Wizards of the Coast, 1999.)


A Forgotten Realms Cormyr novel.


                A wizard and an assertive princess set out on a quest to solve a mysterious disappearance after she declines to accede to a marriage of state.


Cerulean Storm, The  (TSR, 1993.)


Prism Pentad #5.


A rebellious slave leads a small army in a quest to free an ancient sorcerer from his magical imprisonment and overthrow a cruel dictator.  But does the slave desire a free nation, or just a change in the man at the top.


Crimson Legion, The  (TSR, 1992.)


Prism Pentad #2.


Although their sorcerous ruler was overthrown, the people of Tyr face a new problem.  Freeing the slaves caused domestic chaos and another sorcerer has raised an army with which to conquer the free city.


Crucible: The Trial of Cyric the Mad  (TSR, 1998.)


A Forgotten Realms Avatar Sequel novel.


                A minor godís complicated plotting backfires, leaving his insane and about to be placed on trial for his crimes.


Faces of Deception  (TSR, 1998.)


A Forgotten Realms Lost Empires novel.


                A man with a face so disfigured that he keeps it hidden has a series of adventures in a remote and magical valley.


Giant Among Us, The  (TSR, 1995.)


The Twilight Giants #2.


                When his queen is besieged by an army of unfriendly giants, a man must trust a rival for her affections and outsmart a spy within their forces in order to summon help.


Oath of Stonekeep, The  (Boulevard, 1999.)


                Although the citadel was supposed to keep the evil at bay, a new threat looms over the land, most of whose residents refuse to recognize that their lives are in jeopardy.  The hero is the exception, and he sets out to correct the situation.  Bridge novel between the two Stonekeep computer games.


Obsidian Oracle, The  (TSR, 1993.)


Prism Pentad #4.


Two men battle for a magical artifact which possesses the power to reshape their entire world.  And the artifact is guarded by a host of monsters and other dangers.


Ogreís Pact, The   (TSR, 1994.)


The Twilight Giants #1.


                The kidnapping of a young girl brings to an end the long standing peace between humans and giants.


Pages of Pain   (TSR, 1997.)


                Dense, complicated fantasy adventure involving sorcerers and dwellers in the multiverse, a universe that consists of various planes of existence.


Sentinel, The (Wizards of the Coast, 2014.)


A Dungeons & Dragons novel.




Siege, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


Return of the Archwizards #2.


                An evil force plots against the world.


Sorcerer, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2002.)


Return of the Archwizards #3.


                The climax of a three volume subseries in which war endangers elves and humans alike.


Summoning, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


Return of the Archwizards #1.


                An evil force emerges from Hell to plot against the world of the living.  Elves team up with a team of mysterious graverobbers to prepare a defense.


Titan of Twilight, The  (TSR, 1995.)


The Twilight Giants #3..


A princess relies on a handful of friends to rescue her in time to complete the tasks fate has set before her.


Veiled Dragon, The  (TSR, 1996.)


A Forgotten Realms Harpers novel.


A witch seeking to become a Harper must solve a murder mystery, and avoid the attentions of a mysterious cult and a dragon.


Verdant Passage, The  (TSR, 1991.)


Prism Pentad #1.


A handful of rebels organizes to challenge the thousand year rule of an immortal sorcerer who has repressed their people for centuries. 




Dragon's Knight  (Popular Library/Questar, 1989.)


Jarl Koenig #2.


Although he returned to our world after his last adventure, Jarl Koenig must return to a magical realm to rescue his kidnapped family.


Dragon's Pawn  (Popular Library/Questar, 1987.)


Jarl Koenig #1.


A computer programmer is shanghaied by a leprechaun into a mythical kingdom where he is recruited to help defend against an evil sorcerer.  His quest involves a trip with an unlikely dragon but he acquires the skills he needs for the imminent battle.


Dragon's Queen  (Popular Library/Questar, 1991.)


Jarl Koenig #3.


A young girl and her dragon companion are lost on a world where dragons are subject to immediate execution, and where many of the local inhabitants are able to shift into different shapes.




Bagdad  (Allen & Unwin, 1985, Macmillan, 1985.)


Arabia #1.


When a condemned man in Bagdad tells a complex tale, it causes troubles for the Caliph, the executioner, and everyone else in sight.


Prince of Stars, The  (Allen & Unwin, 1987, Macmillan, 1987.)


Arabia #2.


The adventures of the first volume continue, an Arabian Nights series of episodic adventures.


Prince of Stars in the Cavern of Time, The  (Viking, 1989.)


Omnibus of the two Arabian novels.




Dark Rider  (Zebra, 2007.)


Historical romance with magic.


DENTON, BRADLEY  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Calvin Coolidge Home for Dead Comedians, The  (Wildside, 1993.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Lunatics  (St Martins, 1996, Bantam, 1997.)


A young man falls in love with a moon goddess who only appears when the moon is full and if he goes outside stark naked.  This causes considerable consternation to his friends and the local police.




Mystic (Tor, 2015.)


Mystic #1.


A commoner is given a chance to acquire magical secrets normally reserved for the elite.


Mystic Dragon (Tor, 2018.)


Mystic #2.


A magical world threatens another.




Calabrinia Falling  (Crossing Press, 1990.)


Not seen.




Little Prince, The  (Harbrace, 1943, translated from the French by Katherine Woods. )


Children's fantasy about a child from another planet who visits Earth.


DESMOND, SHAW  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Echo  (?, 1927.)


Not seen.  Reincarnation.




Walker Between the Worlds  (Llewellyn, 1995.)


                An immortal who has shunned his obligations to a goddess is forced to act at last when she diverts a comet onto a collision course with Earth.




Original Sin  (Tor, 2011.)


Frannie Cavanaugh #2.


A teenager deals with an angel turned human.


Personal Demons  (Tor, 2010.)


Frannie Cavanaugh #1.


Teenagers vs the paranormal.




Fairy Tales of Ireland  (Four Square, 1967, New English Library, 1970.)


Collection of unrelated stories based on Irish legends.




Tailor's Cake, The  (Wingate, 1946.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


DEVER, JOE  (See also collaborations that follow.)


Black Baron  (Beaver, 1986, Berkley, 1988.)


Combat Heroes #2.


A gamebook pitting the reader against a sorcerous baron.


California Countdown  (Beaver, 1989.)


Freeway Warrior #4.


Not seen.


Cauldron of Fear  (Beaver, 1987.)


Lone Wolf #9.


A multi-path gamebook.


Curse of Naar   (Berkley, 1996.)


Lone Wolf #20.


Multi-path gamebook in which you must steal a magical object from the stronghold of an evil villain


Dungeons of Torgar, The  (Beaver, 1987.)


Lone Wolf #10.


A multi-path gamebook..


Emerald Enchanter  (Beaver, 1986, Berkley, 1988.)


Combat Heroes #3.


Gamebook requiring you to steal a magic crystal from a sorcerer.


Highway Holocaust  (Beaver, 1988.)


Freeway Warrior #1.


Not seen.


Masters of Darkness, The  (Beaver, 1988.)


Lone Wolf #12.


A multi-path gamebook.


Mountain Run  (See Slaughter Mountain Run.)


Omega Zone, The  (Beaver, 1989.)


Freeway Warrior #3.


Not seen.


Prisoners of Time, The  (Beaver, 1987.)


Lone Wolf #11.


A multi-path gamebook.


Scarlet Sorcerer  (Beaver, 1986, Berkley, 1988.)


Lone Wolf #11.


Gamebook continuing your mission to steal a jewel from a wizard.


Slaughter Mountain Run  (Beaver, 1988.  Pacer, 1990, as Mountain Run.)


Freeway Warrior #2.


Not seen.


White Warlord  (Beaver, 1986, Berkley, 1988.)


Combat Heroes #1.


A gamebook set in a magical maze.




Castle Death  (Beaver, 1986, Berkley, 1987.)


Lone Wolf #7.


Gamebook about a quest to steal the secrets of a haunted castle.


Caverns of Kalte, The  (Sparrow, 1984.)


Lone Wolf #3.


A multi-path gamebook.


Chasm of Doom, The  (Sparrow, 1985.)


Lone Wolf #4.


A multi-path gamebook.


Creatures from the Depths  (Knight, 1989.)


Prince of Shadows #2.


A multi-path gamebook.


Fire on the Water  (Sparrow, 1984.)


Lone Wolf #2.


A multi-path gamebook.


Flight from the Dark  (Sparrow, 1984.)


Lone Wolf #1.


A multi-path gamebook.


Jungle of Horrors, The  (Berkley, 1987, Beaver, 1987.)


Lone Wolf #8.


Gamebook wherein you retrieve a treasure from a swamp filled with monsters.


Kingdoms of Terror, The  (Beaver, 1985.)


Lone Wolf #6.


A multi-path gamebook.


Lone Wolf Adventures, The  (Hutchinson, 1984.)


Omnibus of the first two Lone Wolf adventures.


Mean Streets  (Sevenoaks, 1988.)


Prince of Shadows #1.


A multi-path gamebook.


Shadow on the Sand  (Beaver, 1985.)


Lone Wolf #5.


A multi-path gamebook.




Claws of Helgedad, The  (Beaver, 1991.)


Legends of Lone Wolf #5.


A multi-path gamebook.


Dark Door Opens, The  (Beaver, 1989.)


Legends of Lone Wolf #2.


A multi-path gamebook.


Eclipse of the Kai  (Beaver, 1989.)


Legends of Lone Wolf #1.


A multi-path gamebook.


Hunting Wolf  (Beaver, 1990.)


Legends of Lone Wolf #4.


A multi-path gamebook.


Sacrifice of Ruanon, The  (Arrow, 1991.)


Legends of Lone Wolf #6.


A multi-path gamebook.


Sword of the Sun, The  (Beaver, 1989. Berkley, 1991, only half included.  Balance is in The Tides of Treachery.)


Legends of Lone Wolf #3.


A multi-path gamebook.


Tides of Treachery, The  (Berkley, 1991.  Half of the Beaver edition of The Sword of the Sun.)


Legends of Lone Wolf series.


A multi-path gamebook.


Wolf's Bane  (Berkley, 1996.)


Lone Wolf #19.


Multi-path gamebook in which you must conquer a magically devised doppelganger who shares all of your powers.




Beyond the Nightmare Gate  (Beaver, 1985, Berkley, 1987.)


World of Lone Wolf #3.


Gamebook about magical battles between the reader and various enemies.


Forbidden City, The  (Beaver, 1986, Berkley, 1987.)


World of Lone Wolf #2.


Gamebook requiring you to find magical artifacts to avoid dying at the hands of assassins.


Gray Star the Wizard  (Beaver, 1986, Berkley, 1987.)


World of Lone Wolf #1.


Gamebook pitting the reader against magical enemies.


War of the Wizards  (Beaver, 1986, Berkley, 1987.)


World of Lone Wolf #4.


Gamebook in which you command a magical army pitted against the forces of evil.




Always  (Pocket, 2004.)


Forever #3.


                Psychic detectives travel back through time.


Forever  (Pocket, 2002.)


Forever #1.


                A genuine psychic helps track down a killer.


Forever and Always  (Pocket, 2003.)


Forever #2.




Knight in Shining Armor  (Pocket, 1995.)


                A man from the past appears at the site of his grave in the present, and a contemporary woman falls in love with him.


Summerhouse, The  (Pocket, 2001.)


                A mysterious woman has the power to allow people to relive part of their past.




Flight of Storks and Angels, A  (Five Star, 2003.)


                Magic affects the lives of several people in a small town.


Santa Steps Out  (Dark Highway, 1998, Leisure, 2000.)


                Santa Claus and other mythical creatures are actually current incarnations of ancient gods in this darkly erotic fantasy.  Santa is seduced by the Tooth Fairy, and his perfidy is revealed to Mrs. Claus by the Easter Bunny, who has a crush on her.




Hunterís Moon  (Gollancz, 2007.)


                A musician is actually secretly employed by the British government to combat magical dangers.




Amazon Ink  (Pocket, 2009.)


A secret organization of female magic users are targeted by a mysterious enemy.


DEWEESE, GENE  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Firestorm  (Random House, 1997.)


A Dinotopia novel.


                The secret of longevity is revealed on an island jointly inhabited by humans and intelligent dinosaurs.


King of the Dead  (TSR, 1996.)


A Ravenloft novel.


An ambitious magician is appalled by the death of his son, the only person he ever loved, and becomes king of the dead in order to acquire the power to bring the boy back to life.  But as you might expect, there are down sides to every new ability.


Lord of the Necropolis  (TSR, 1997.)


A Ravenloft novel.


                An attempt to escape from the cursed land of Ravenloft backfires magically, making that world even more unpredictable and dangerous for its inhabitants.




Last Watch, The  (Tor, 2021.)


Guardians against chaos have a crisis.




Golden Kingdom, The  (Eckankar, 1984.)


                In prehistoric times, the Hyperboreans created a great civilization in Africa using sorcery as their primary tool .  This novel is supposedly based on dreams of previous lives.




Death Comes Easy (Wizards of the Coast, 2009.)


An Eberron novel.




Left Hand of Death, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


An Eberron novel.




When Night Falls  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


An Eberron novel.


A series of murders shocks a city in a fantasy world.




Fifth Life of the Cat Woman  (Llano Press, 1996, Berkley, 2002.)


                A man falls in love with a woman who can talk to cats.




Moonlight  (Wildside, 2001. Revised as Moonshine.)


                Young reader's fantasy about an apprentice wizard who learns to master his magic and rescue a unicorn, assisted by an unusually intelligent cat.


Moonshine (Wildside, 2014.)


A revised version of Moonlight.


Mountains of Channadran, The  (Del Rey, 1986, Fontana, 1987.)


Calandra #3.


Although he has overcome obstacles and become king, Tristan still has to face another challenge.  A powerful sorcery has laid waste to his kingdom, and he must personally venture into the mountains to face down the evil source.


Prince of Ill Luck, The  (Del Rey, 1994.)


Esdragon #1.


A young man who has suffered a curse of bad luck all his life falls in love with a beautiful princess and reluctantly agrees to help her trace her missing parents, one of whom might have the power to lift his curse.


Ring of Allaire, The  (Del Rey, 1981, Fontana, 1987.)


Calandra #1.


An apprentice takes over his murdered master's quest to rescue a princess by locating a magical horse and overcoming a dragon.


Sword of Calandra, The  (Del Rey, 1985, Fontana, 1987.)


Calandra #2.


After rescuing a princess and discovering that he was of noble blood, Tristan sets out to find the magic sword whose existence might prevent him from assuming his rightful throne.


True Knight, The  (Del Rey, 1996.)


Esdragon #3.


A would-be knight and a young shapechanging magician find their lives intertwined in the waning days of a terrible war.  They set off on a quest to recover a magical swan and discover their own maturity instead.


Wind-Witch, The  (Del Rey, 1994.)


Esdragon #2.


War ravages the land so a young woman desperate to tend her farm prevails upon a prisoner to help her.  To her dismay, he is more than he seems, and the focal point for magical powers and nefarious plottings.


Wizard's Shadow, The  (Del Rey, 1993.)


Interesting fantasy about a peddler who agrees to convey a wizard's ghost to a far land, but by doing so he becomes involved in the mystery of who killed the wizard in the first place.




Flood and Fire (Scholastic, 2011.)


Raider #2.




Raider's Ransom  (Scholastic, 2009.)


Raider #1.


A magic jewel in a post-ecological collapse future.




Beasts of Hades, The  (Playboy, 1981.)


Haven #5.


Although the human race has made peace with the animals, the inhabitants of Haven receive a fresh warning that some animals have been infected with a killing lust directed toward the surviving humans.  A brave woman descends into a subterranean world to find the source of this new danger.


Captain Sinbad  (Gold Medal, 1980.)


The further adventures of Sinbad, involving genies, pirates, treachery, and sorcery.


Cinnabar  (Gold Medal, 1985.)


The further adventures of Aladdin who, bored with his life after his more familiar adventures, journeys to a far land created by the gods on the ocean floor.


Dungeons of Kuba, The  (Playboy, 1979.)


Haven #3.


The Haven sends its fleet of ships to a far land in a show of force.  The queen is locked in a battle for power with an arch enemy from a rival city state.


Falcon of Eden, The  (Playboy, 1980.)


Haven #4.


In order to forge an alliance with a distant empire, Stacy and her friends embark on a long and dangerous balloon trip across a world where all animals have become intelligent.


Forest Wars, The  (Lion Press, 1995.)


Haven #6.


The Master of the Forest has declared war against the surviving enclave of humans.  In order to survive, the humans must find allies among the very same now intelligent wild animals against whom they have previously struggled.


Haven, The  (Playboy, 1977.)


Haven #1.


The Earth has been laid waste and the power of humanity broken, and now hordes of lower animals suddenly grown more intelligent have their vengeance, attacking everyone who lives outside the shelter of Haven.


Lady of the Haven  (Playboy, 1978.)


Haven #2.


A woman warrior travels across a primitive world to find a lost city that is under attack by ape creatures.  She encounters intelligent wolves and other friends, and enemies, along the way.


Marrakesh  (Gold Medal, 1981.)


Marrakesh #1.




Marrakesh Nights  (Gold Medal, 1984.)


Marrakesh #2.


Marginal fantasy adventure involving a battle against a secret society of assassins.


Samarkand  (Playboy, 1980.)


Samarkand #1.


A witch influences the course of history during Kubla Khan's siege of the fabulous city of Samarkand.


Samarkand Dawn  (Playboy, 1981.)


Samarkand #2.


A vengeful sorceress organizes the rebels of Samarkand after that city falls to Kubla Khan and plots to destroy his armies.


Thief of Kalimar, The  (Gold Medal, 1979.)


An Arabian Nights style fantasy adventure about a rogue with a magical scimitar who falls in love and has a series of wild adventures.




Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, The  (Riverhead, 2007.)


Comic novel about a cursed family.




Motherland  (Ansuda, 1986.)


Awkward novel about the destruction of the lost continent of Mu by natural disasters after its people fell into perversion and other evils.


DICKENS, CHARLES  (Also writes Horror.)


Christmas Carol, A  (Chapman and Hall, 1843, Carey & Hart, 1844, Dover, 1971, Scholastic, 1972, Pendulum, 1978, Dent, 1978, St Martins, 1979, Troll, 1980, Southern Illinois University, 1981, Pocket, 1984, Ideals, 1985, Simon & Schuster, 1986, Holiday House, 1986, Longman, 1988, Tor, 1990, Pelican, 1990, Running Press, 1990, Penguin, 1990, Apple, 1990, Unicorn, 1991, Watermill, 1992, Houghton Mifflin, 1992, Oxford, 1993, Yale, 1993, Candlewick, 1993, Signet, 1994, Airmont, 1994, Everymans, 1994, Berliner, 1994, Lake, 1994, Puffin, 1995, Creative, 1995, Modern Library, 1995, Bantam, 1995, McElderry, 1995, Buccaneer, 1996, Books of Wonder, 1996, Andrews & McMeel, 1996, Focus on the Family, 1997, Dell Yearling, 1997, Barbour, 1997, Dorling-Kindersley, 1997.  Altemus, ?




Lord Hap  (Avon, 1980.)


A woman is called from a car wreck by the ghost of a man dead for more than four centuries. He loved her in her former life, and now has a chance to be spiritually reunited with her.  A romance mixing reincarnation, ghosts, and time travel.




Shortcut in Time, A (2004.)




Cup of the World, The  (Delacorte, 2004.)


Undercraft #1.


                A medieval fantasy world, for young adults.


Widow and the King, The  (Delacorte, 2005.)


Undercraft #2.


                A young woman discovers that she is the target of an evil entity.


DICKINSON, PETER  (See also collaboration which follows. Also writes Science Fiction.)


Blue Hawk, The  (Atlantic Montly, 1976, Gollancz, 1976, Del Rey, 1977. )


A young novice steals a sacred bird and flees into the wilderness of a magical Egypt.  There he and the bird become a team that challenges the underpinnings of his entire society.


Box of Nothing A  (Gollancz, 1985, Delacorte, 1987.)


Young reader's story about a boy who asks for nothing and gets it, literally.


Changes, The  (Gollancz, 1975, Penguin,1985, Dell, 1991.)


Omnibus of the Changes trilogy.


Devil's Children, The  (Atlantic Monthly, 1970, Gollancz, 1970, Puffin, 1972.)


Change #3.


Two children journey from London into the rural parts of England after it magically sheds all of its technology and reverts to medieval lifestyles.


Earth and Air  (Big Mouth, 2012.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Heartsease  (Little, Brown, 1969, Gollancz, 1969, Puffin, 1971.)


Change #2.


An American spy travels to England to discover why it has abandoned modern technology and is mistaken for a witch.  Two British children rescue him and help him to escape.


Lion Tamerís Daughter and Other Supernatural Stories, The  (Gollancz, 1997, Dell, 1997.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Merlin Dreams  (Gollancz, 1988, Delacorte, 1988.)


Collection of related stories about Merlin.


Ropemaker, The  (Delacorte, 2001.)


                A young girl goes on a quest when the magic forest that protects her village from invaders seems to be losing its power.


Tears of the Salamander, The  (Random House, 2003, Dell Yearling, 2004.)


                A young boy encounters alchemy and sorcery in 18th Century Italy.


Time and the Clockmice  (Etcetera, 1993.)


When a town clock stops working, investigators discover that it has been running with the assistance of telepathic mice.


Tulku  (Dutton, 1979, Gollancz, 1979, Tempo, 1984.)


A Chinese fantasy in which a young man's journey to a mysterious monastery tests his maturity and reveals to him that he is helping to prepare the way for the emergence of a powerful, supernatural being.


Weathermonger, The  (Gollancz, 1968, DAW, 1969, Little, Brown, 1969.)


Change #1.


Over the space of a single night, the British Isles revert to the Dark Ages, forsaking their machines and resurrecting witchcraft and other magics.  Two expatriates return and explore this strange new world.




Fire  (Ace, 2010.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Water  (Ace, 2002.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Monster Baru Cormorant, The (Tor, 2018.)


Baru #2.


Intrigue within a corrupt government.


Traitor Baru Cormorant, The (Tor, 2015.)


Baru #1.


A woman undermines a repressive government in a fantasy world.




Borrobil  (Jonathan Cape, 1944, Puffin, 1964.)


Donald and Jean #1.


Two children encounter a magician who takes them on a magical journey to visit a dragon, a princess, and a barbarian army.  For younger readers.


Eildon Tree, The  (?, 1947.)


Donald and Jean #2.


Not seen.


Flag from the Isles, The  (?, 1951.)


Donald and Jean #3.


Not seen.


DICKSON, CARTER  (See John Dickson Carr.)


DICKSON, GORDON R.  (See also collaboration which follows.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Beyond the Dar Al-Harb  (Tor, 1985.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Dragon and the Djinn, The  (Ace, 1996.)


Dragon #5.


The Dragon Knight is off to the Holy Land searching for a missing man, and instead encounters pirates, villains, and some resident Djinn before finding him.


Dragon and the Fair Maid of Kent, The  (Tor, 2000.)


Dragon #9.


                A weredragon has a fresh round of adventures when he gets caught in the middle of a war between humans and dragons while serving as the involuntary host to a gaggle of unpleasant royalty.


Dragon and the George, The  (Ballantine, 1976, Grafton, 1992.)


Dragon #1.


A reluctant hero from our own world sets off to rescue the girl he loves, and finds himself occupying the body of a dragon.  His girl remains human, however, and is held captive by another dragon of decidedly unfriendly demeanor.


Dragon and the Gnarly King, The  (Tor, 1997.)


Dragon #7.


Although he had hoped to finally retire and live as a human, the protagonist must become the Dragon Knight once again when his old rival finds fresh allies and makes another attempt to end his career.


Dragon at War, The  (Ace, 1992, Harper, 1993.)


Dragon #4.


A human trapped in the body of a land going dragon is forced to battle against sea serpents, dragons of the sea.


Dragon in Lyonesse, The  (Tor, 1998.)


Dragon #8.


                The immortal city where King Arthur still lives is menaced by a dark power, so our hero in his changeling dragon form is off to the rescue.


Dragon Knight, The  (Tor, 1990, Grafton, 1992.)


Dragon #2.


The heir to the throne of a magical England has been kidnapped by the King of France, so a human trapped in a dragon's body teams up with some of his friends on a quest to set the captive free.


Dragon on the Border, The  (Ace, 1992, Grafton, 1993.)


Dragon #3.


The Dragon Knight has his talons full this time, when an army of hollow men, animated suits of armor that cannot be killed, threaten to conquer his world. 


Dragon, the Earl, and the Troll, The  (Ace, 1994.)


Dragon #6.


An army of trolls and a sixth column of traitorous humans conspire to bring down the Earl of Somerset.  The Dragon Knight comes to the rescue after several failed efforts.


Earthlords, The  (Ace, 1989, Sphere, 1989.)


A man is enslaved by a race of dwarves who live in caverns under Canada, preparing for the day they will emerge and conquer the world.  But they hadn't anticipated his cleverness, which ultimately undermines all of their planning.


Last Dream, The  (Baen, 1986.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Jamie the Red  (Ace, 1984.)


The hot blooded son of a king causes so much trouble that he is eventually banned from the kingdom.  His subsequent adventures eventually take the edge of his youth and turn him into a more responsible adult.


DIER, DEBORAH  (Pseudonym of Eugenia Essenmacher.)


Bushwhacked Bride  (Love Spell, 1999.)


                A woman travels back through time after taking a ride in an authentic stagecoach, is kidnapped by outlaws, and finds true love.




Hallie's Comet  (Five Star, 2004.)


                A woman has visions which lead her to romance.


DI FILIPPO, PAUL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Ciphers  (Cambrian Publications, 1997, Permeable Press, 1997.)


An indescribable, psychedelic tour of the world of the future (or is it the present) involving marvels, magic, and mayhem.  An unlikely hero investigates the disappearance of his girlfriend and uncovers a colossal plot.


Harp, Pipe, & Symphony  (Cosmos, 2008.)


A human stumbles into the world of Faerie.


Princess of the Linear Jungle, A  (PS, 2010.)


Linear City #2.


A woman joins an expedition into an unknown part of an infinite world.


Year in the Linear City, A  (PS, 2002.)


Linear City #1.


                A young man's adventures in a city that might well be limitless.




Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Storybook  (SBS, 1989.)


Children's version of the film.




Undercover Dragon, The  (Padwolf, 2002.)


Wildsidhe #5.


                The FBI gets involved in exploring the gateway between our world and one ruled by fairies.


DILLE, FLINT  (See collaborations with Gary Gygax.)


DISCH, THOMAS M.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Brave Little Toaster, The  (Doubleday, 1986, Grafton, 1986.  First appeared in an anthology in 1981.)


Toaster #1.


Children's story about animated household gadgets.


Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, The  (Doubleday, 1988.)


Toaster #2


Amusing fable about animated kitchen appliances who plan to invade Earth from their refuge on Mars.




Field Guide, The  (Simon & Schuster, ?)


Spiderwick #1.




Ironwood Tree, The  (Simon & Schuster, ?)


Spiderwick #4.




Lucinda's Secret  (Simon & Schuster, ?)


Spiderwick #3.




Seeing Stone, The  (Simon & Schuster, ?)


Spiderwick #2.




Wrath of Mugarath, The  (Simon & Schuster, ?)


Spiderwick #5.






Hero Perseus, The  (Brainstorm, 2004.)


                A youngster finds himself cast in the role of Perseus.


DIXON, LARRY  (See collaborations with Mercedes Lackey.)




Witch's Ring, The  (Doubleday, 1992, Hyperion, 1994.)


Young reader's novel about a magical ring and the witch that owns it.




Dark Side of the Soul, The  (Austin Macauley, 2009.)


An angel causes two souls to fall in love.




Alexander's Army (Scholastic, 2015.)


Ufiles #2.


A boy battles a magical menace.


Dark Fire  (Scholastic, 2010.)


Dragon #5.


Dragons are menacing the world again.


Dark Inheritance, A  (Scholastic, 2014.)


Ufiles #1.


A boy discovers he has the ability to alter reality.


Dragons of Wayward Crescent, The  (Orchard, 2009.)


A young girl has a magical dragon to protect her.


Fire Ascending, The  (Orchard, 2012,)


Dragon #7.


Dragons battle possessed humans in prehistoric times.


Fire Eternal, The (Orchard, 2007.)


Dragon #4.


A teenager battles a magical force that is transforming the world.


Fire Star  (Scholastic, 2007.)


Dragon #3.


The young protagonist must stop a plan to revive an evil dragon in the Antarctic.


Fire Within, The  (Watts, 2001, Orchard, 2005.)


Dragon #1.


A young girl's clay models seem to have some connection to dragon lore.


Fire World (Scholastic, 2011.)


Dragon #6.


Kids get involved with dragons and other creatures from another reality.


Gruffen  (Scholastic, 2009.)


Dragons of Wayward Crescent #1.


A miniature dragon is magically animated.


Ice Fire  (Scholastic, 2006.)


Dragon #2.


A boy interested in dragons finds a genuine dragon egg while researching their history.




Journey to Distant Mountains, A  (University of Queensland, 2001.)


                A young woman refuses to accept the role assigned to her gender and sets out for a series of adventures just as it appears that an ancient sorcerer may be returning to threaten her world's stability.  For young adults.


DOCTOROW, CORY  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leave Town  (Tor, 2005.)


                Bizarre novel about a woman with wings and a man whose siblings are puppets.




Storm of Shadows  (Signet Eclipse, 2009.)


Chosen Ones #2.


The descendants of two immortals secretly battle one another in the modern world.


Storm of Visions  (Signet Eclipse, ?)


Chosen Ones #1.


Romance involving the descendants of two supernatural beings.




Anarchist Farm  (III Publishing, 1996.)


A satire somewhat in the style of Orwell's Animal Farm with animals acting like human beings, not always to their benefit.




Daughter of the Sea  (DK Ink, 1997, Dell Laurel, 2000.)


                A couple raise a selkie child as their own, but as the years pass, the longing for the ocean leads to an inevitable parting.




Dark Metropolis (Hyperion, 2914.)


A magical curse.




Half Pint Jinni and Other Stories, The  (Random House, 1948.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Among the Fallen (Angry Robot, 2017.)


Intrigue in a magical city.




Chronicle of Secret Riven, The (Atria, 2014.)


Keeper of Tales #2.


A young girl is born with strange powers.


Mapmaker's War, The  (Washington Square, 2014.)


Keeper of Tales #1.


A cartographer unwittingly causes a war.


DONALDSON, STEPHEN R.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Against All Things Ending  (Putnam, 2010.)


Thomas Covenant #9.


Restored to life, Covenant must save the Land.


Daughter of Regals and Other Tales  (Del Rey, 1984, Donald Grant, 1984, Collins, 1984, Ace, 2013.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Fatal Revenant  (Putnam, 2007, Gollancz, 2007.)


Thomas Covenant #8.


 Thomas Covenant, believed dead, appears to be alive after all, but changed.


First Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever, The  (Richard Drew, 1983.)


Omnibus of the first three novels.


Gilden-Fire  (Underwood-Miller, 1981.)


                A short story set in the world of Thomas Covenant.


Illearth War, The  (Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1977, Del Rey, 1978, Drew, 1983.)


Thomas Covenant #2.


Covenant is called back to the Land now that Lord Foul has gained control of a magical artifact that seems to make any resistance to his advancing armies useless.  But Covenant still refuses to believe that any of this is real.


King's Justice, The (Putnam, 2015.)


Two unrelated novellas.


Lord Foul's Bane  (Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1977, Del Rey, 1978, Drew, 1983.)


Thomas Covenant #1.


A leper from our world finds himself cured in a magical other world which he believes to be only a dream.  But he is viewed as the manifestation of a legendary hero who will free the Land from the encroachment of the evil Lord Foul.


Man Rides Through, A  (Del Rey, 1987, Collins, 1988.)


Mordant's Need #2.


The protagonist finally gathers the courage to start pressing back at the forces and events that have driven her near disaster.


Mirror of Her Dreams, The  (Del Rey, 1986, Collins, 1988, Gollancz, 2007.)


Mordant's Need #1.


A complex story of interpersonal rivalries and clashing armies seen through the eyes of a young woman who becomes the fulcrum for salvation or disaster for her kingdom after she reaches a magical world by passing through a mirror.


Mordantís Need  (Gollancz, 2007.)


                Omnibus of The Mirror of Her Dreams and A Man Rides Through.


One Tree, The  (Del Rey, 1982, Fontana, 1982.)


Thomas Covenant #5.


Covenant is off on a voyage of discovery, searching for a magical tree from which he can fashion a staff that will restore the lifeforce that has been stolen from the Land.


Power That Preserves, The  (Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1977, Del Rey, 1978, Drew, 1983.)


Thomas Covenant #3.


Finally accepting that the Land is real, Covenant and a small group of followers set out to face Lord Foul personally and destroy forever his threat to the peace of the Land.


Reave the Just  (HarperCollins, 1998, Bantam, 1999.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Runes of the Earth, The  (Putnam, 2004, Gollancz, 2004.)


Thomas Covenant #7.


                Lord Foul returns to menace the Land again.


White Gold Wielder   (Del Rey, 1983, Collins, 1983.)


Thomas Covenant #6.


Armed with incredible magical powers, Covenant returns to the Land prepared for the ultimate fight with the advancing forces of darkness.


Wounded Land, The  (Del Rey, 1980, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1980.)


Thomas Covenant #4.


After four thousand years have passed in the Land, the forces of evil have recovered from their defeat and have despoiled the very magic that underlies everything.  Covenant is once more summoned from our universe to do battle against seemingly insuperable enemies.




Dark Tide (Hyperion, 2015.)


Watefire #3.




Deep Blue (Hyperion, 2014.)


Waterfire #1.




Rogue Wave (Hyperion, 2015.)


Waterfire #2.






Letters from the Flesh  (Red Deer, 2004.)


                Metaphysical speculation in the form of diary entries about supernatural spirits.


Prophets for the End of Time (Baen, 1998.)


                Humorous take on the apocalypse, which is scheduled to take place soon but which requires the cooperation of two very unlikely human prophets, who have their own ideas about the shape it should take.




Stolen Child, The  (Talese, 2006, Anchor, 2007.)


                An infant is replaced with a hobgoblin.




Dream Apart, A   (Pinnacle, 1991.)


Molly Sheridan #1.


Molly doesn't believe the legends that she is descended from sorcerers until she starts having strangely realistic dreams involving the man she loves and an evil magician.  Ultimately she must embrace dangerous magic in order to save him.


Dream Embraced, A  (Pinnacle, 1996.)


Molly Sheridan #2.


The evil sorcerer is back in Molly's dreams, and the man she loves is obsessed with destroying him.  Molly begins to wonder whether she actually loves her, or is just using her as a tool to advance his own agenda.


Timeless  (Pinnacle, 1994.)


A woman falls asleep on an Indian burial mound and wakens in the 17th Century, where she finally discovers a man worthy of her love.


Time Weaver  (Pinnacle, 1994.)


A man and a woman from the present day are transported back through time to 17th Century Pennsylvania where they become involved in the battle between colonists and Native Americans, falling in love in the process.




Impossible Contract, The (Tor,2019.)


Assassin #2.


The target of an assassin's guild has supernatural enemies.


Perfect Assassin, The (Tor, )


Assassin #1.






Emissary (2015.)


Exile (2013.)




Strange Mistresss: Tales of Wonder and Romance  (Dark Regions, 2001.)


                Collection of unrelated stories, not all of which are fantasy.


Tombs (Elder Signs, 2017.)


Adventures on a future Earth as the sun begins to die.




Mask, The  (Parachute, 1994, from the screenplay by Mike Werb, Michael Fallon, and Mark Verheiden.)


                Junior novelization of the film about a magical mask that allows the wearer to manifest his or her personality with supernatural exaggeration.  A mild mannered man becomes involved with a bunch of gangsters, the police, and finds true love in the process.




Wind Over Stonehenge  (Fearon-Pitman, 1977.)


Short story in pamphlet form about the magic of Stonehenge.




My Heavenly Heart  (Zebra, 1995.)


After dying in an accident, a woman is given the chance to return to life if she can first save one wayward soul.  A romance.


DOUGLAS, CAROLE NELSON  (The Sword & Circlet trilogy follows the Irissa books. Also writes Science Fiction.)


Brimstone Kiss  (Juno, ?)


Delilah Street #2.




Cup of Clay  (Tor, 1991.)


Taliswoman #1.


A reporter from our world finds herself in another universe where everything appears beautiful and friendly, but which conceals decay, cruelty, and death at every hand.  She falls into the company of a hero seeking a magical talisman, and inadvertently interferes with his plans.


Dancing with Werewolves  (Juno, 2007.)


Delilah Street #1.


A paranormal investigator gets involved with shapechangers after supernatural creatures reveal their existence to the world.


Exiles of the Rynth  (Del Rey, 1984.)


Irissa #2.


While trying to find her way back to her own universe, a seeress is taken prisoner by a man who neutralizes her powers in a magical prison.  In due course she outwits him.


Heir of Rengarth  (Tor, 1988.)


Sword & Circlet #2.


The last seeress of Edanvant is ill, apparently at the instigation of a sorcerer's magic.  Her lover attempts to confront the man responsible, and is transported into a violent other world.


Keepers of Edanvant  (Tor, 1987.)


Sword & Circlet #1.


A handful of women with supernatural powers travel from world to world by the use of magic amulets.  Arriving at her home planet, she finds it torn by civil strife, and her own life in danger at the hands of an evil sorcerer.


Seed Upon the Wind  (Tor, 1992.)


Taliswoman #2.


The protagonist returns to the magical world of Veil to find fresh troubles including a mysterious illness, the effort to create a magical talisman, and attacks by a band of evil magicians.


Seven of Swords  (Tor, 1989.)


Sword & Circlet #3.


The children of the last seeress cross into a dangerous world to find a magical sword that will help their parents escape from the magician who imprisons them.


Silver Zombie  (Pocket, 2011.)


Delilah Street #1.


Urban fantasy.


Six of Swords  (Del Rey, 1982.)


Irissa #1.


An outcast and a woman with magical abilities form an uneasy alliance to survive in a hostile world and find a way back to the universe from which they were expelled.


Virtual Virgin (Pocket, 2011.)


Delilah Street #2.


Good vampire vs bad robot.


DOUGLAS, GARRY  (Pseudonym of Garry Kilworth.)


Highlander  (Grafton, 1986, from the screenplay by Gregory Widen, Peter Bellwood, and Larry Ferguson.)


                The last two of a race of immortals battle for the right to be the only one surviving in the 20th Century.




Demonfire  (Zebra, ?)


Demonslayers #1.




Hellfire (Zebra, 2010.)


Demonslayers #2.


Romantic fantasy about demons entering the world.


DOUGLAS, L. WARREN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Isle Beyond Time, The  (Baen, 2003.)


Pierette #3.


                Pierette battles Druids, Vikings, an evil sorcerer, and a supernatural creature.


Sacred Pool, The  (Baen, 2000.)


Pierette #1.


                A retelling of the story of two young girls whose mother was accused of sorcery in 8th Century France.  Separated from their family, they have to choose between magic that really works and the teaching of Christianity, which is sweeping Europe.


Veil of Years, The  (Baen, 2001.)


Pierette #2.


                A young woman with magical powers sets out on a perilous journey across the ancient Mediterranean world.




In the Beginning  (Privately Printed, 1927.)


                Humanity and the gods interact in the early stages of civilization.


They Went  (Chapman & Hall, 1920.)


                A battle between God and a charming devil.


Unprofessional Tales  (Unwin, 1901.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


DOUGLAS, THEO  (Pseudonym of H.D. Everett.)


Iras: A Mystery  (Blackwood, 1896.)


                Occult adventure involving a mummy.




Battleaxe   (Harper, 1998.  Tor, 2000, as The Wayfarer Redemption.)


Axis  #1.


                Centuries have passed since a breed of inhuman monsters was driven from the land, but now the outlying barbarians tell tales of their return, and a magical kingdom prepares for a siege.  A woman betrothed to a man she doesn't love finds herself playing a pivotal role in the unfolding battle.


Beyond the Hanging Wall  (Tor, 2003, Starscape, 2005.)


                A young boy with healing powers discovers a secret while tending to prisoners in the mines that could shake his entire society.


Crippled Angel, The  (Tor, 2005.)


Crucible #3.


                An man with a mission from Heaven steps outside the church to battle demons.


Crusader  (See Enchanter.)  ??????????????/


Wayfarer Redemption #6.


                The final battle between humans and demons.


Druid's Sword  (Tor, 2006.)


Troy Game #4.


                During the London blitz, a magical entity from the past takes form as an American military officer.


Enchanter   (Tor, 2001.  HarperCollins, 2000, as Crusader.)


Axis #2


                A man begins to learn how to use his magical abilities despite the animosity of his half brother. An army of evil creatures has destroyed the magical forest that protects the world, and the survivors shelter in caves to mourn their losses and seek a way to reverse the destruction.


Darkwitch Rising  (Tor, 2005.)


Troy Game #3.


                Real and magical worlds intersect as King Charles of England deals with civil war.


Gods' Concubine  (Tor, 2004.)


Troy Game #2.


                Historical fantasy set in 11th Century England.


Hades' Daughter  (Tor, 2003.)


Troy Game #1.




Infinity Gate, The  (Eos, 2010.)


Darkglass Mountain #?




Nameless Day, The  (?, 2000, Tor, 2004.)


Crucible #1.


                In 14th Century Europe, a monk has multiple encounters with angels and demons, but is not always certain which are which.


Pilgrim  (?, 1997, Tor, 2005.)


Wayfarer Redemption #5.


                The sungate is destroyed and the world spirals toward chaos.  Can our heroes save the day?


Serpent Bride, The  (Eos, 2007.)


Darkglass Mountain #1.


A dark god demands unspeakable sacrifices.


Sinner   (Harper, 1987, Tor, 2004.)


Axis #4.


                Internal conflicts among a family of superhumans who rule a magical realm.


Threshold  (Tor, 2003.)


                A slave working on the construction of an enormous glass artifact discovers that it is the conduit by means of which a great evil may enter her world.


Wayfarer Redemption, The   (See Battleaxe.)


Starman  (?, 1996, HarperCollins, 1998, Tor, 2002.)


Axis #3.


                A man must choose between the two women he loves, while an evil sorceress plots his downfall.


Wounded Hawk, The  (Voyager, 2000, Tor, 2005.)


Crucible #2.


                The minions of the devil begin spreading the Black Plague throughout Europe.




Burning Bright  (Roc, 1994.)


A Shadow run novel.


An investigator is hired to trace the missing son of a multi-millionaire.  He descends into the seamy underside of a future Chicago and discovers a dark magical power working unseen within the city.


Nightís Pawn  (Roc, 1993.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                A bodyguard hired to prevent the assassination of an executive discovers that the job is more complicated than he expected.


DOWDELL, DEL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Spearmen of Arn  (Belmont Tower, 1978.)


While flying over the Bermuda Triangle, an American is transported to a barbaric world where he is mistaken for a legendary hero who is supposed to help a subject race overthrow their masters.


Warlord of Ghandor  (DAW, 1977.)


An Irish warrior disappears at the height of Cromwell's invasion, carried into another universe where he pits his skills against monsters and villains.




Books of the Keepers, The  (Atheneum, 1993.)


Spellkey #3.


Two travelers outwit their evil nemesis after finding a magical artifact that allows one of them to channel her latent supernatural powers.


Glass Salamander, The  (Atheneum, 1989.)


Spellkey #2


Two young people continue their journey through a magical world, followed by a mysterious man who seems determined to thwart their every effort to escape their fate.  They deal with a mysterious plague and a changeling during their journey.


Hatching Magic  (Atheneum, 2003.)


                A wizard travels through time to the present in search of his dragon, who has come to our era to lay her egg.


Spellkey Trilogy, The  (Baen, 1995.)


Omnibus of the trilogy.


Spellkey, The  (Atheneum, 1987.)


Spellkey #1.


A girl is accused of witchcraft and sent into exile, accompanied by a young man who has failed to meet the standards set him by his master, the abbott.  They encounter a dragon and other creatures in their initial adventure.


DOWNUM, AMANDA  (Also writes Horror.


Bone Palace, The  (Orbit, 2010.)


Necromancer Chronicles #2.


The investigation of a murder in a fantasy city leads to a nest of vampires.


Drowning City, The (Orbit, 2009.)


Necromancer Chronicles #1.




Kingdoms of Dust, The (Orbit, 2012.)


Necromancer Chronicles #3.




DOYLE, SIR ARTHUR CONAN  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Land of Mist, The  (Doran, 1926, Hutchinson, 1926, Anchor, 1926, Tauchnitz, 1926, Burt, 1927, Consul, 1963.)


                Ghost hunting.


DOYLE, DEBRA & MACDONALD, JAMES (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


City by the Sea  (Troll, 1990.)


Circle of Magic #3.


                Not seen.


High Kingís Daughter, The  (Troll, 1990.)


Circle of Magic #6.


                Not seen.


Knightís Wyrd  (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992.)


                On a journey to meet his betrothed, a newly enfranchised knight encounters dragons, trolls, and other adventures.


Land of Mist and Snow  (Eos, 2006.)


                During the Civil War, a magical ship sets sail to battle a demonic sea raider.


Princeís Players, The  (Troll, 1990.)


Circle of Magic #4.


                A youngster is taught stage magic, but he is actually being groomed to help defeat a sorcerous attack on the kingdom.


Prisoners of Bell Castle, The  (Troll, 1990.)


Circle of Magic #5.


                Randal accompanies a shipment of gold to the castle of an unfriendly sorcerer.  When the gold disappears, he is unjustly accused of having stolen it.


School of Wizardry  (Troll, 1990.)


Circle of Magic #1.


                A student at a school of wizardry discovers that one of the teachers is planning to destroy the school.


Tournament and Tower   (Troll, 1990.)


Circle of Magic #2.


                Not seen.




Bewitching Season  (Holt, 2008.)


Magic in Victorian London.




Americans Craftsmen (Tor, 2014.)


Craftsmen #1.


Two men battle ancient magic in the contemporary world.


Left-Hand Way, The (Tor, 2015.)


Craftsmen #2.




War and Craft (Tor, 2017.)


Craftsmen #3.




DRAKE, ASA  (Pseudonym of C. Dean Andersson & Nina Romberg.)


Death Riders of Hel  (Popular Library/Questar, 1986.  Hawk, 2000, as Warrior Rebel as by C. Dean Andersson.)


Hel #2.


When her daughter is kidnapped by the minions of the dead, a warrior woman and her followers must defeat an army of deadly ghouls in order to rescue her.


Warrior Witch of Hel  (Popular Library/Questar, 1985.  Hawk, 2000, as Warrior Witch as by C. Dean Andersson.)


Hel #1.


A warrior woman returns from the land of the dead with magical weapons with which to oppose the evil sorcerer who has subjugated her land.


Werebeasts of Hel  (Popular Library/Questar, 1986.  Hawk, 2000, as Warrior Beast as by C. Dean Andersson.)


Hel #3.


Her own son has become a leader of the forces of the evil dead, and her allies have been defeated or suborned by her enemies.  But Bloodsong rides out to battle once more, and saves her kingdom for a third time.




Children of the Wind  (See Hush-a-by Baby.)


Hush-a-by Baby  (Falcon, 1954. (Lippincott, 1954, as Children of the Wind.


                Not seen.  Two children are created by magic.


DRAKE, DAVID  (See also collaborations with Janet Morris and Eric Flint.  The Crown of Isles series is a follow-up to the Isles series.  Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Air and Darkness (Tor, 2015.)


Book of Elements #4.


A wizard launches an invasion of a magical kingdom.


Balefires  (Night Shade, 2007.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Dagger  (Ace, 1988.)


Part of the multi-author Thieves' World series.


An adventurer brings a magical sword to the city of Sanctuary in order to claim an inheritance and finds an evil force opposed to his endeavors.


Dragon Lord, The  (Tor, 1982, Baen, 1998.)


                A magical retelling of the Arthur legend, with a genuine dragon as the centerpiece.  Unconventional portrayal of the principle characters.


Enchanted Bunny, The  (Baen, 1990, bound with The Undesired Princess by L. Sprague de Camp.)


A ghostwriter suddenly finds himself in a world where magic works, encounters a fire breathing dragon, and has various other adventures.


Fortress of Glass, The  (Tor, 2006.)


Crown of Isles #1.


                The new high king extends his power to control all of the subdivisions of his empire.


Goddess of the Ice Realm  (Tor, 2003.)


Isles #5.


                A group of heroes are scattered among various realities and accosted by various evils.


Gods Return, The  (Tor, 2008.)


Crown of Isles #3.


The transformation of the world has provided an opportunity for other, and nastier, gods to emerge.


Legions of Fire, The (Tor, 2010.)

Book of Elements #1.


Evil sorcerers try to open a portal to allow monsters into a fantasy world similar to Roman Europe.


Lord of the Isles  (Tor, 1997, Millennium, 1999.)


Isles #1


                Court politics and palace intrigues provide most of the undercurrents in this story of a power struggle between an evil magical force and the survivor of a drowned kingdom whose destiny is to oppose the force that destroyed her world.


Master of the Cauldron  (Tor, 2004.)


Isles #6.


                An ambitious woman risks using evil sorcery to further her husband's career.


Mirror of Worlds, The  (Tor, 2007.)


Crown of Isles #2.


                A magical land has been united but a cataclysm has altered its physical structure.


Mistress of the Catacombs  (Tor, 2001.)


Isles #4.


                Just as the kingdom seems to have finally united under a benevolent ruler, an army of monsters commanded by inhuman wizards appears in the distance, intent upon destroying the upstart nation.


Monsters of the Earth  (Tor, 2013.)


Book of Elements #3.


Two rival magicians introduce supernatural events into an ancient city.


Old Nathan  (Baen, 1991.)


                Early 19th Century America is a bustling, unsettled place, where magic still exists in the unexplored forests.  This sequence of stories involves an authentic wizard who uses his powers to protect settlers from evil creatures.


Out of the Waters  (Tor, 2011.)


Book of Elements #2.


Supernatural entities invade an alternate world.


Queen of Demons  (Tor, 1998, Millennium, 1999.)


Isles #2.


                A band of adventurers sets off to explore their world, and discover what they can learn about the dark powers of an evil queen who menaces them all.


Sea Hag, The  (Baen, 1988.)


                An adventurer flees the city where he was born and has several adventures in the wilderness before falling in love and battling evil magic.  This was supposed to have been the opening volume of a series, but there were no further volumes.


Servant of the Dragon  (Tor, 1999, Millennium, 2000.)


Isles #3.


                A wizard kidnaps a woman back through time and her former companions in previous adventures abandon their own pursuits to rescue her.


To Bring the Light  (Baen, 1996, bound with Lest Darkness Fall by L. Sprague de Camp.)




Vettius and His Friends  (Baen, 1989.)


                Collection of related stories about a Roman who battles evil magic to help preserve the Empire.


DRAKE, EMILY  (Pseudonym of R.A.V. Salsitz, whom see.)


Curse of Arcady, The  (DAW, 2002.)


Magickers #2.


                A group of children who have learned about the powers of magic are stalked by an evil presence.


Dragon Guard, The  (DAW, 2003.)


Magickers #3.


                Now that the teenagers are home from camp, they cannot help each other battle the evil force invading our world.


Gate of Bones, The  (DAW, 2004.)


Magickers #4.


                The opening of a gate between universes forces our young heroes to test their powers.


Magickers, The  (DAW, 2001.)


Magickers #1.


                A young boy goes to a very special camp, which he discovers is on the borderland between our world and one where magic and mythical creatures are both real.


Magickers Chronicles Volume I, The  (DAW, 2010.)


Omnibus of The Magickers and The Curse of Arcady.


Magickers Chronicles Volume II, The  (DAW, 2010.)


Omnibus of The Dragon Guard and The Gate of Bones.




Riding the Storm  (Scholastic, 2007.)


Dragonsdale #1.


Kids' fantasy about dragons.




Very Fast Descent into Hell, A  (Studio Phaedra, 1999.)


                A demon and a priest travel through a post apocalyptic future world.




Captive in Time, A  (New Victoria, 1990.)


Stoner McTavish #4.


                Not seen.


Gray Magic  (New Victoria, 1987.)


Stoner McTavish #3.


                Not seen.


Other World  (New Victoria, 1993.)


                A trip to Disneyland goes sour when one of the protagonistís friends is kidnapped.  In the process of solving the mystery and accomplishing the rescue, the protagonist discovers that the line between reality and illusion is less firmly drawn that he supposed.


Something Shady  (New Victoria, 1986.)


Stoner McTavish #2.


                Not seen.


Stoner McTavish  (New Victoria, 1985.)


Stoner McTavish #1.


                Not seen.


DREW, WAYLAND  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Dragonslayer  (Del Rey, 1981, based on the screenplay by Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins.)


                An apprentice sorcerer tries to fill his mentorís roles when a terrifying dragon menaces a nearby community, but unfortunately his powers are inadequate.  He aggravates the situation, raising the ire of the ruler he had hoped would reward him.


Willow  (Del Rey, 1988, based on the screenplay by Bob Dolman and George Lucas.)


                An evil queen tries to destroy the infant child which prophecy says will destroy her, but she is helped by a resourceful band of unlikely heroes.  They complete a perilous journey to safety, outwitting evil magic and pursuing henchmen.




Elom  (Tor, 2008.)


Magic in a world of mammoths and ice.




Sea Monsterís Secret, The  (Gulliver, 1999.)


                Childrenís story about a boy who gets into the skin of a sea monster and has a magical transformation.




New Gulliver, The  (Roxburghe, 1987.)


                Not seen.  Gulliverís further adventures.




Corydon and the Fall of Atlantis  (Knopf, 2006.)


Corydon #2.


                A minotaur is kidnapped and taken to Atlantis.


Corydon and the Island of Monsters  (Knopf, 2006.)


Corydon #1.






Finchesí Fabulous Furnace, The  (Little, Brown, 1971, Scholastic, 1974.)


                For younger readers.  The furnace in a neighborís house is actually the head of a volcano.


DUANE, DIANE  (See also collaboration which follows.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Book of Night With Moon, The  (Hodder, 1997, New English Library, 1997.)


Cats #1.


An epic fantasy involving a bunch of sentient cats who serve as guardians for the portals that bridge the gap between universes.


Deep Wizardry  (Delacorte, 1985, Dell Laurel, 1988, Corgi, 1991.)


Nita and Kit #2.


                Two children rescue a whale that is actually a wizard, then are transformed into whales themselves for a series of adventures under the sea.


Door into Fire, The  (Dell, 1979, Magnum, 1981, Bluejay, 1984, Tor, 1985, Corgi, 1991.)


Door #1.


                A man with a magical power helps a friend to regain his stolen kingdom.  But he himself is drawn to an ancient castle where the doors within lead to entirely different world.


Door into Shadow, The  (Bluejay, 1984, Tor, 1985, Corgi, 1991.)


Door #2.


                A band of heroes teams up to throw back the power of Shadow, which threatens to overwhelm their world.


Door into Sunset, The  (Corgi, 1992, Tor, 1993.)


Door #3.




Games Wizards Play (HMH, 2016.)




High Wizardry  (Delacorte, 1990, Corgi, 1991, Magic Carpet, 1997.)


Nita and Kit #3.


                Two teens have to chase a magically empowered child and her computer across the universe to save her from her own excessive imagination.


Interim Errantry (2015)


Lifeboats (HMH)


So You Want To Be a Wizard  (Delacorte, 1983, Dell Laurel, 1986, Corgi, 1991, Magic Carpet, 1996.)


Nita and Kit #1.


                Two youngsters discover the secrets of magic and are transported to a really bizarre alternate version of New York City on a quest to find an ancient book of magical lore.


Stealing the Elf King's Roses  (Aspect, 2002.)


                A detective story set inside the world of elves, with the Elf King himself suspected of complicity in a murder.


Support Your Local Wizard  (Guild, 1990.)


                Omnibus of So You Want to Be a Wizard, High Wizardry, and Deep Wizardry.


Sword and the Dragon, The  (Meisha Merlin, ?)


                Omnibus of The Door into Fire and The Door into Shadow.


To Visit the Queen  (Aspect, 1999.)


Cats #2.


                Cats set off to investigate a malfunctioning gateway between worlds.  They discover that an evil mastermind has created an alternate timeline where Queen Victoria was assassinated and nuclear weapons were developed so early that unwise governments are using them to destroy the world.


Wizard Abroad, A.  (See Wizardry.)


Wizardry  (Corgi, 1993. Harcourt Brace, 1997, Magic Carpet, 1999, as A Wizard Abroad.)


Nita and Kit #4.


                Nita is off to Ireland on a visit that will supposedly not require her magical powers, but an encounter with Irish ghosts proves otherwise.


Wizard Alone, A  (Harcourt, 2002, Magic Carpet, 2005.)


Nita and Kit #6.


                Kit investigates the disappearance of a young wizard while Nita deals with mysterious messages from her toys.


Wizards at War  (Harcourt, 2005.)


Nita and Kit #8.


                An evil force has clouded the minds of all the wizards in the universe.


Wizard's Dilemma, The  (Harcourt, 2001, Magic Carpet, 2005.)


Nita and Kit #5.


                A young magician makes a deal with a questionable entity when her mother develops cancer.


Wizard's Holiday  (Harcourt, 2003.)


Nita and Kit #7.


                The wizard children are off to a distant planet for a series of adventures.




Keeper of the City   (Bantam, 1989, Dragon, 1991.)




DUBISCH, MIKE  (See collaboration with Rob Worley.)




Sarah Hallís Tea God  (Doubleday, 1952.)


                A woman takes a sea cruise with God.


DUBOWSKI, CATHY EAST  (See also collaboration which follows.)


Bad Dream Machine  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1994.)


A Power Rangers novel.


                Not seen.


Bloom of Doom  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1995.)


A Power Rangers novel.


                One ranger gets tricked into fighting a new monster without the assistance of her friends.


Cat Showdown  (Archway, 1998.)


A Sabrina novel.




Dogís Life, A  (Archway, 1998.)


Sabrina #9.


                One of Sabrinaís spells goes awry and a friend of hers switches bodies with his dog.


Hercules  (Disney, 1997.)


                Retelling of the story of the Greek Hero, aimed at younger readers.


Megazord to the Rescue  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1994.)


A Power Rangers novel.


                An evil unicorn attempts to defeat the Power Rangers.


Santaís Little Helper  (Archway, 1997.)


Sabrina #5.


                First Sabrina gives a friend the voice of Elvis Presley, and then she makes Santa and his elves disappear just before Christmas.


Tigerzord Powers  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1995.)


A Power Ranger novel.


                An evil force threatens the Earth.


Toy Story  (Disney, 1995, from the screenplay by John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Peter Docter, Joe Ranft, Joss Whedon, Joel Cohen, and Alec Sokolow.)


                Rivalry between two toys turns to alliance when they are forced to defeat a neighborhood bully.


Willow  (?, 1988, from the screenplay by Bob Dolman and George Lucas.)


                Novelization of the film for younger readers.




Salem Goes to Rome  (Minstrel, 1998.)


A Sabrina novel.


                A young witch's familiar must solve a mystery while visiting Rome.


DUBOWSKI, MARK  (See also collaboration with Cathy East Dubowski.)


Cat TV  (Minstrel, 1998.)


A Sabrina novel.


                A magical cat gets chosen to be spokespet for a new brand of catfood.




Enchanta  (Ebookstand, 2001.)


                Two kids travel to a magic kingdom to help them deal with a crisis.


Pot of Gold  (Ebookstand, 2001.)


                Kids get involved with leprechauns and an evil witch.


DUCHAMP, L. TIMMEL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Case of Mistaken Identity, A  (Pulphouse, 1991.)


                Short story in pamphlet form about a young woman discovering the difference between reality and fantasy.


Silences of Ararat, The (Aqueduct, 2021.)


An artist deals with an insane king.




Prince Lost to Time, The  (St Martins, 1995.)


Nicholas Segalla #2.


                Not seen.


Time for the Death of a King, A  (St Martins, 1994.)


Nicholas Segalla #1.


                A time travelling detective investigates the death of a 16th Century king of Scotland, murdered mysteriously, with his queen the prime suspect.




Pangaea  (Wordcraft, 1993.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


DUNCAN, DAVE  (Note that the A Handful of Men series directly follows the A Man of His Word series.  See also Ken Hood. Also writes Science Fiction.


Against the Light (47North, 2012.)


A religious order dominates a fantasy world.


Alchemistís Apprentice, The  (Ace, 2007.)


Nostradamus #1.


                In an alternate Venice, an alchemist is accused of murder and must be cleared by his apprentice.


Alchemist's Code, The  (Ace, 2008.)


Nostradamus #2.


Nostradamus uses magic to track down a spy.


Alchemist's Pursuit, The  (Ace, 2009.)


Nostradamus #3.


Magic is required to find out who is murdering the courtesans of Venice.


Children of Chaos  (Tor, 2006.)


Celebre #1.


                The puppet rulers of a conquered kingdom thread their way through intrigue and plot to free their people.


Coming of Wisdom, The  (Del Rey, 1988, Legend, 1990.)


Seventh Sword #2.


                A man displaced from our world accepts the job of swordsman for a goddess, but neither he nor her priests is a match for the hordes of sorcerers who appear, drawing upon magic provided by a rival god, whose intention is to usurp the place of the goddess.


Crooked House, The  (Avon, 2000.)


King's Daggers #2.


                Two members of the royal bodyguard are detailed to investigate the murder of one of the king's closest friends.  Their efforts are hampered by killers, evil magic, and the presence of a traitor within their company.


Cursed, The  (Del Rey, 1995.)


                The survivors of a plague are all cursed with magical powers that set them apart from their neighbors and frequently get them into trouble.  When a stubborn young woman gives refuge to one of the cursed, she starts a chain of events which will change the future of her entire world.


Cutting Edge, The  (Del Rey, 1992, Raven, 1992.)


A Handful of Men #1.


                Rap is a stableboy made king, and he and his queen hope to rule their small country peacefully.  But the ruler of a nearby empire has gone insane, border wars and other conflicts are becoming more frequent, and then a god appears to warn him that unless he acts, the entire world might be destroyed.


Death of Nnanji, The (ebook only.)


Seventh Sword #4.




Destiny of the Sword, The  (Del Rey, 1988, Legend, 1991.)


Seventh Sword #3.


                Things look bleak for a small army of swordsmen when their leader discovers that he is foredoomed to fail the goddess he serves.  But at the last minute, he finds a way to cheat fate.


Emperor and Clown  (Del Rey, 1991.)


A Man of His Word #4.


                All seems lost when the kidnapped princess is forced to marry a villain and her would be rescuer is condemned to death in the torture chamber.  But the gods have decided on another ending, if Rap can escape and achieve his destiny.


Faery Lands Forlorn  (Del Rey, 1991.)


A Man of His Word #2.


                The heir to the throne of a small kingdom has been kidnapped and enemy armies have occupied her homeland.  The magically empowered stableboy who has come to rescue her finds himself magically transported, but not to the right world.


Future Indefinite  (Avon, 1997.)


The Great Game #3.


                The protagonist has resisted answering the call of fate, which decrees that he will be the fulcrum to end a battle raging across the worlds.  While he was waiting, he developed new powers which will be required now that old allies have become enemies and nothing is quite what it seemed.


Gilded Chain, The  (Avon, 1998.)


King's Blades #1.


                An unruly boy is apprenticed to be an elite warrior serving his king.  After mischance gets him pledged to a court fop, he has many adventures, eventually becoming one of the most valued and heroic members of the kingís staff.


Hunterís Haunt, The  (Del Rey, 1995.)


Omar #2.


                A group of stranded travelers entertain themselves with a tale telling contest, but as they progress, the intricate stories they tell enmesh them all in a larger story.


Ill Met in the Arena  (Tor, 2008.)


An outside makes a stir when he enters the violent games popular in a world of magic and psychic powers.


Impossible Odds  (Avon Eos, 2003.)


King's Blades #5.


                A duchess seeks help from the King's special bodyguards to help liberate her people from an evil sorcerer who can raise the dead to do his bidding.


Irona 700 (Open Road, 2015.)




Jaguar Knights, The  (Eos, 2004.)


King's Blades #6.


                Raiders from a distant land attack a remote outpost, so an unpopular blade and a young female inquisitor set out to discover the reason for the attack and try to learn the secret magical processes used to bring it about.


Living God, The  (Del Rey, 1994.)


A Handful of Men #4.


                Desperate men try to organize a magical and mundane counterforce to prevent an evil dwarf from imposing his rule over the entire world.


Lord of the Fire Lands  (Avon Eos, 1999.)


King's Blades #2.


                When two young men refuse to swear fealty to King Ambrose, an investigation reveals that one of them is the son of a famous warrior from a rival country who humiliated Ambrose years earlier.  The two become fugitives as they attempt to escape before the king's agents can murder them.


Magic Casement, The  (Del Rey, 1990.)


A Man of His Word #1.


                A young woman is sent from her small kingdom to learn how to be a proper noble, and while she is gone, her father falls ill.  A stableboy sets out to tell her what is happening, simultaneously learning to use some strange new powers he seems to have acquired, unaware of the fact that he has been chosen for this mission by the gods themselves.


Mother of Lies  (Tor, 2007.)


Celebre #2.


                Various leaders emerge to overthrow a barbaric invader, but then they must choose one from among their number to assume the throne.


Paragon Lost  (Avon Eos, 2002.)


King's Blades #4.


                A mission to bring back a foreign queen lands a handful of travelers in the middle of court plotting in a country ruled by an insane dictator.


Past Imperative   (Avon, 1995, Corgi, 1997.)


The Great Game #1.


                An unsuccessful actor and an accused criminal from 1914 are some of the playing pieces in an elaborate battle among magical forces that takes place across a wide diversity of universes and times.


Perilous Seas  (Del Rey, 1991.)


A Man of His Word #3.


                The plot thickens as Rap continues his quest to rescue the Princess Inos, despite being captured and turned into a galley slave.


Portal of a Thousand Worlds (Open Road, 2017.)


Present Tense  (Avon, 1996, Corgi, 1997.)


The Great Game #2.


                Edward Exeter returns to Earth from an alternate world, accused of a crime in this one, pursued by inimical magical forces from the other.  And he may be the key to resolving a conflict that transcends universes.


Reaver Road, The  (Del Rey, 1992.)


Omar #1.


                Various adventures of a teller of tall tales as he journeys across a fantastic landscape.


Reluctant Swordsman, The  (Del Rey, 1988, Legend, 1990.)


Seventh Sword #1.


                A man from our world falls into a coma and wakes up in the body of a barbarian warrior.  He is told that a goddess has chosen him for a mission, with a great reward if he succeeds, and an even greater punishment if he fails.


Rose-Red City, A  (Del Rey, 1987, Legend, 1989.)


                An Oracle gathers a handful of people from various nations and time periods on Earth to battle an evil force intent upon conquering a magical realm.


Sir Stalwart  (Avon, 1999.)


King's Daggers #1.


                Two young people training to serve in the royal honor guard find their reputations besmirched.  They must overcome their personal animosity and work together to reclaim their new name and restore themselves to the king's favor.


Sky of Swords (Avon Eos, 2000.)


King's Blades #3.


                A young girl suddenly becomes protector of the infant heir to the throne, and her only hope is the loyalty of the dead king's bodyguards.


Speak to the Devil  (Tor, 2010.)


Brothers Magnus #1.


A young man is sent to take over a fortress when its commander is killed by magic.


Stricken Field, The  (Del Rey, 1993.)


A Handful of Men #3.


                The various forces opposed to conquest by an army of wizards are scattered, and each seems doomed to suffer a different fate while their common enemy overwhelms all resistance and enslaves the world.


Upland Outlaws  (Del Rey, 1993, Raven, 1995.)


A Handful of Men #2.


                A dwarf leads an army of enslaved sorcerers to conquer an empire, then turns his attention to outlying kingdoms, most notably that ruled by the protagonist.


When the Saints  (Tor, 2011.)


Brothers Magnus #2.


A magical battle engulfs our heroes.




Ink  (Macmillan, 2006, Del Rey, 2007.)


Book of All Hours #2.


                Angels and demons battle for control of the world and humans are caught in the middle.


Vellum  (Macmillan, 2005, Del Rey, 2006.)


Book of All Hours #1.


                In the near future, the discovery that ancient magic is real shakes the world as an angel and a devil continue a longstanding conflict.


DUNCAN, LOIS  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Locked in Time  (Little, Brown, 1985, Dell, 1986.)


                A young women discovers that the family with whom she is staying exists in a kind of limbo where time doesnít work the same as in the outside world, but her presence is introducing instability into their sheltered world.




Close Kin  (Holt, 2004.)


Hollow Kingdom #2.


                A young girl living among the goblins discovers that she is in love.


Hollow Kingdom, The  (Holt, 2003.)


Hollow Kingdom #1.


                Two young girls have adventures with the king of the Goblins.


In the Coils of the Snake  (Holt, 2006.)


Hollow Kingdom #3.


                War threatens to erupt between the elves and the goblins.




Treasure of Atlantis, The  (Centaur, 1970.  Magazine publication, 1916.)


                A botanical expedition in South America stumbles onto a lost world, the remnants of the civilization of Atlantis.




In the Shadow of the Gods (Harper, 2016.)


Bound Gods #1.




DUNSANY, LORD  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


At the Edge of the World  (Ballantine, 1970.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Beyond the Fields We Know  (Ballantine, 1972.)


                Collection of sometimes related stories.


Blessing of Pan, The  (Putnam, 1926, Wildside, 2003.)


                The worship of Pan is renewed in the modern age.


Book of Wonder, The  (Heinemann, 1912, Luce, 1915, Modern Library, 1918, Matthews, 1920, Wildside, 2002.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Charwomanís Shadow, The  (Putnam, 1926, Ballantine, 1973.)


                A gentle fantasy that centers on a simple charwoman who casts no shadow.


Collected Jorkens: Volume One, The  (Nightshade, 2004.)


                Collection of related stories.


Complete Pegana, The  (Chaosium, 1998.)


                Collected of loosely related stories.


Curse of the Wise Woman, The  (Heinemann, 1933, Collins, 1933, Longmans, 1933, Sphere, 1976, Amereon, ?)


                When developers threaten to dig all the peat out of a magical bog, a local wisewoman calls upon magical powers to help her defend the land.


Don Rodriguez: Chronicles of Shadow Valley  (Putnam, 1922, Ballantine, 1971, Wildside, 2002.)


                Episodic adventures of a would be adventurer and soldier in a magical medieval Spain that never really existed.


Dreamerís Tales  (Luce, 1910, G. Allen, 1910, Modern Library, 1919, Wildside, 2002.


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Fifty One Tales.  (See The Food of Death


Food of Death, The   (Kennerly, 1915, Newcastle, 1974.   Mathews, 1915, Little, 1917, Wildside, 2002, as Fifty One Tales)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Fourth Book of Jorkens, The  (Arkham House, 1948, Jarrolds, 1948.)


Jorkens series.


                Collection of related stories.


Ghosts of the Heaviside Layer and Other Fantasms, The  (Owlswick, 1980.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Gods, Men, and Ghosts  (Dover, 1972.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Gods of Pegana, The  (Mathews, 1905, Luce, 1916.)


                Collection of loosely related stories.


Hashish Man and Other Stories, The  (Manic D, 1996.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


In the Land of Time and Other Fantasy Tales  (Penguin, 2004.)


                Collection of sometimes related stories.


Jorkens Borrows Another Whisky  (M. Joseph, 1954.)


Jorkens series.


                Collection of related stories.


Jorkens Has a Large Whisky  (Putnam, 1940, McClelland, 1940.)


Jorkens series.


                Collection of related stories.


Jorkens Remembers Africa  (Longmans, 1934.  Heinemann, 1934, as Mr. Jorkens Remembers Africa.)


Jorkens series.


                Collection of related stories.


King of Elflandís Daughter, The  (Putnam, 1924, Ballantine, 1969, Del Rey Impact, 1999, Millennium, 2001.)


                A mortal man marries the daughter of the King of Elfland.  While his villagers look upon it as a good omen, her fairy nature causes magical problems that turn the village on its head.


Last Book of Wonder, The  (Luce, 1916.  Mathews, 1917, as Tales of Wonder.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Little Tales of Smethers and Other Stories  (Jarrolds, 1952.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Man Who Ate the Phoenix, The  (Jarrolds, 1949.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Mr. Jorkens Remembers Africa.  (See Jorkens Remembers Africa.)


Over the Hills and Far Away  (Ballantine, 1974.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Strange Journeys of Colonel Polders, The  (Jarrolds, 1950.)


                Not seen.  A man leaves his body.


Sword of Welleran and Other Stories, The  (G. Allen, 1908, Luce, 1916.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sword of Welleran and Other Tales of Enchantment, The  (Devin Adair, 1954.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Tales of Three Hemispheres  (Luce, 1919, Unwin, 1920.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Tales of War  (Little Brown, 1918, Talbot, 1918, Unwin, 1918, Putnam, 1922.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Tales of Wonder.  (See The Last Book of Wonder.)


Time and the Gods  (Heinemann, 1906, Luce, 1913, Putnam, 1923.)


                Collection of mostly unrelated stories.


Time and the Gods  (Millennium, 2000.)


                Contains the original collection of the same name plus The Sword of Welleran, A Dreamer's Tales, The Book of Wonder, The Last Book of Wonder, and The Gods of Pegana.


Travel Tales of Mr. Joseph Jorkens, The  (Putnam, 1931.)


Jorkens series.


                Collection of related stories.


Unhappy Far Off Things  (Little Brown, 1919, Mathews, 1919.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.





Dragonfly  (Arkham House, 1999, Ace, 2005.)


                Children's fantasy about a young girl who finds a doorway to a magical realm and helps the local peopl


DURGIN, DORANNA  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Barrenlands  (Baen, 1998.)


                A loyal guardsman is suspicious about the death of the man he serves, a suspicion that is compounded when the court magician tries to convince him to help capture the surviving members of the royal family.  Instead, he decides to uncover the plotters who plan to seize the throne and ensure that the legitimate heir triumphs.


Changespell  (Baen, 1997.)


Jess #2.


                Jess is a werehorse who has managed an uneasy accommodation to her state, particularly since her return to the magical realm from which she originally came.  But then she discovers that someone is deliberately causing other people to become involuntary shapechangers.


Changespell Legacy  (Baen, 2002.)


Jess #3.


                The protagonist uses magic to turn another horse into a human being in order to solve a mystery.


Dark Debts  (Del Rey, 2003.)


A Mage Knight novel.


                An assassin attempts to escape her allegiance to a government official and help overthrow the repressive rule of Atlantis.


Dun Lady's Jess  (Baen, 1996.)


Jess #1.


A horse is magically transformed into a human woman, in which form she attempts to find her rider and master, and resolve her own identity problems.


Feral Darkness, A  (Baen, 2001.)


                A dog groomer who once invoked a god has to deal with a new neighbor who has raised an evil supernatural force and seeks to gain control of her family farm to further develop his powers.


Seer's Blood (Baen, 2000.)


                In a land that resembles rural Appalachia, a young woman discovers that the trading party which has recently arrived is actually an invasion force with supernatural powers.


Touched by Magic  (Baen, 1997, Wildside, 2002.)


Magic #1.


A guard investigating the disappearance of several children from a castle discovers that magic is seeping back into the world, and must decide whether to oppose it unequivocally or to allow its use for good purposes.


Wolf Justice  (Baen, 1998.)


Magic #2.


                A disgraced soldier is given an opportunity to redeem himself in a world where magic has returned after a long absence.  Almost immediately he finds himself caught up in a fresh intrigue that could endanger his life as well as his reputation.


Wolverine's Daughter  (Baen, 2000.)


                A young woman seeks her destiny and the reason why her father abandoned her by pursuing a series of adventures in the wild lands surrounding her homeland.

e defeat a despotic ruler.




Outer Lands, The  (Doubleday, 2009.)


Acacia #2.


Troubles and unrest in the lands bordering a magical kingdom lead to a mission of intervention.


War with the Mein, The  (Doubleday, 2007, Anchor, 2008.)


Acacia #1.


A peaceful empire is thrown into turmoil when assassins fatally wound the head of state and his children are forced to go into hiding.




Into the Wild  (RazorBill, 2007.)


Wild #1.


The characters in fairy tales have escaped to the real world, but dangers follow them.


Out of the Wild  (RazorBill, 2008.)


Wild #2.


An enchanted prince has to adjust to the 21st Century.




Dogís Head, A  (Lehman, 1951, Simon & Schuster, 1951, Longmans, 1951, Lion, 1954, Avon, 1963.)


                Satirical novel about a man who is born with the head of a dog, but who grows up to be a charming man whose oddity attracts the attention of countless women.




Entombed in Flesh  (Blackwood, 1897.)


                A supernatural creature is trapped in human form.




Emperor of Elam and Other Stories, The  (Doubleday, 1920.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Evelyn: Something More Than a Story  (Vanguard, 1929, Sampson Low, 1931.)


                Not seen.  A woman can communicate with the dead.




Scar, The  (Tor, 2012.)


A disgraced man seeks to redeem himself in a fantasy world.




Echoes of Understorey (Tor, 2018.)


DYSONWILLIAMS, BARBARA  (See collaboration with Matt Afsahi.)