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Half Magic  (Harcourt, Brace, World, 1954,  Macmillan, 1954, Odyssey, 1999, Voyager, ?.)


Half Magic #1.


                Children find a magical coin that will grant half a wish, and visit a variety of different worlds as a consequence.


Knightís Castle  (Harcourt, Brace, World, 1956,  Macmillan, 1956, Puffin, 1973, Odyssey, 1999, Voyager, ?)


Half Magic #2.


                Several children are transported back through time to the days of Robin Hood.


Magic by the Lake  (Harcourt Brace, 1957, Odyssey, 1999.  Macmillan, 1957, as Magic or Not?)


Half Magic #3.


                Children capture a turtle that grants wishes.


Magic or Not  (See Magic by the Lake.)


Seven Day Magic  (Harcourt Brace, 1962, Macmillan, 1963, Odyssey, 1999.)


                A talisman grants wishes.


Time Garden, The  (Harcourt Brace, 1958, Macmillan, 1959, Odyssey, 1999.)


Half Magic #4.


                Magical time travel.


Well-Wishers, The  (Harcourt Brace, 1960, Macmillan, 1961, Odyssey, 1999.)


Half Magic #5.


                A group of children discover a wishing well that works.




Hour of the Bees (Bloomsbury, 2016.)


A young girl discovers that a mental patient's fantasies are real.




Redgunk Tales  (Invisible Cities Press, 2001.)


                Collection of related stories.




Kings of the Wyld (Orbit, 2017.)




Adventures of Florin & Lorenzo, The  (Black Library, 2009.)


A Warhammer novel.


A wastrel nobleman and his servant have various adventures in a fantasy world.


Ancient Blood (Black Library, 2008.)


A Warhammer novel.


A tribe of vampires fight for survival.


Broken Honour (Black Library, 2011.)


A Warhammer novel.


A kingdom is besieged by inhuman warriors.


Burning Shore, The  (Black Library, 2004.)


A Warhammer novel.


                A nobleman recruits a group of mercenaries and sails to a jungle continent.


Corrupted, The  (Black Library, 2006.)


A Warhammer novel.




Wild Kingdoms  (Black Library, 2004.)


A Warhammer novel.


                Episodic adventures while searching a magical land for a missing woman.




Apocalypse Stone, The  (Forge, 2006.)


                A stone touched by Christ has mystical powers in the present.


EASTON, EDWARD  (See also Ralph Bundy.)


Miscast Gentleman, The  (Manor, 1978.)


                A modern day man finds himself transported back through time to 1595 Puerto Rico, where he is arrested as an English spy. 


Pirate of Hitchfield, The  (Manor, 1978.)


                Not seen.  Time travel.




White Magic  (Wendy Lamb, 2007.)


                Two young girls discover they can work magic.


EASTON, M. COLEMAN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Vigen #2.


Fishermanís Curse, The  (Popular Library/Questar, 1987.)


                A magical glassmaker matches wits with a sea serpent sent by an angry god to destroy several coastal communities.


Iskiir  (Popular Library/Questar, 1986.)


                An Arabian style fantasy adventure in which the protagonist and his people are menaced by supernatural monoliths that crush all resistance.


Masters of Glass  (Popular Library/Questar, 1985.)


Vigen #1.


                A wizard and his female apprentice travel to a remote village to use their magical glassmaking talent to protect the local residents from a horde of monsters.


Spirits of Cavern and Hearth  (St Martins, 1988.)


                A strange disease makes the protagonist an outcast from his tribe just as he was about to help lead them across a volcanic wasteland.  Exiled, he solves the mystery of the strange creatures who rule that land.




Elixir and Other Tales, The  (Gottsberger, 1890.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


ECKERT, ALLAN W.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Dark Green Tunnel, The  (Little, Brown, 1984.)


Mesmerian #1.




Wand, The  (Little, Brown, 1985.)


Mesmerian #2.






Modern Fairy Tale, A  (Author House, 2012.)


A woman is transported into a magical alternate reality.




Foucaultís Pendulum  (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1989, translated from the Italian by William Weaver.)


                A practical joke involving the creation of an elaborate fictional conspiracy with occult overtones has startling consequences when some of the creators disappear and it appears that they have accidentally stumbled onto a hidden truth.




Eye of Argon, The  (Hypatia, 1987.)


                Not seen.


EDDINGS, DAVID  (See also collaborations which follow.   Note that Leigh Eddings was probably involved in the writing of all of the novels published as by David alone. The Malloreon series directly follows the Belgariad series.  The Tamuli series follows the Elenium series.)


Belgariad Part 1, The  (Doubleday, 1985.)


                Omnibus of the first three books of the Belgariad.


Belgariad Part II, The  (Doubleday, 1985.)


                Omnibus of the last two books of the Belgariad.


Castle of Wizardry  (Del Rey, 1984, Century, 1984.)


Belgariad #4.


                A band of adventurers recovers a magical object, but must return it to its place in their homeland or it might open the gate and allow an evil god to return to the world of the living.


Demon Lord of Karanda  (Del Rey, 1988, Bantam Press, 1988.)


Malloreon #3.


                Life gets really complicated for a band of would be rescuers when they are pleasantly but firmly imprisoned by a local ruler while time is running out on their quest.  Add to that a legion of monsters and a mysterious plague, and it looks like the evil times are finally going to triumph.


Diamond Throne, The  (Del Rey, 1989, HarperCollins, ?, Grafton, 1989.)


Elenium #1.


                An exiled warrior returns to discover the princess he serves has been magically held in status and can only live another year if she is not freed.  Opposing his efforts to find a solution are agents of the local priesthood, who have ambitions of their own.


Domes of Fire  (HarperCollins, 1992, Del Rey, 1993.)


Tamuli #1.


                Ancient monsters and warriors are walking the world once again, and two beleaguered kingdoms must pool their resources to defeat the attackers, and discover what force is responsible for awakening these long forgotten creatures..


Elenium, The  (?, 1993.)


                Omnibus of The Diamond Throne, The Ruby Knight, and The Sapphire Rose.


Enchanterís End Game  (Del Rey, 1984, Century, 1985.)


Belgariad #5.


                The evil god has wakened and an army of his followers threatens the peaceful people to their west, so a reluctant sorcerer sets out for the final battle.


Guardians of the West  (Del Rey, 1987, Bantam Press, 1987.)


Malloreon #1.


                Ten years after saving his people from invaders from the east, a peasant turned king learns of a new prophecy of supernatural danger, and prepares to use his own magical powers to protect his people once again.


Hidden City, The  (Del Rey, 1994, HarperCollins, 1994.)


Tamuli #3.


                The protagonist leads a successful battle against the army of an evil god, only to discover that while that was happening, the god engineered the kidnapping of his wife.


King of the Murgos  (Del Rey, 1988, Bantam Press, 1988.)


Malloreon #2.


                A king and his companions are on a quest to rescue his kidnapped son, who is intended to be a human sacrifice in the service of an evil manís occult ambitions.


Magicianís Gambit  (Del Rey, 1983, Century, 1984.)


Belgariad #3.


                A princess falls in love with a peasant who is engaged on a quest to recover a magical object before it can be used to awaken a sleeping god of evil.


Mallorean Volume One  (Del Rey, 2005.)


                Omnibus of Guardians of the West, King of the Murgos, and Demon Lord of Karanda.


Mallorean Volume Two  (Del Rey, 2005.)


                Omnibus of Sorceress of Darshiva and The Seeress of Kell.


Pawn of Prophecy  (Del Rey, 1982, Century, 1983.)


Belgariad #1.


                A magical orb prevents an evil god from interfering in the affairs of men.  Or so it is until unwise and ambitious conspirators decide to bring an end to the peace that has prevailed for generations, and a young, unsophisticated man discovers that his destiny is to oppose them.


Queen of Sorcery  (Del Rey, 1982, Century, 1983.)


Belgariad #2.


                The orb that controls an evil god has been stolen, and two sorcerers and a young farmhand set out to recover it before it can be used to waken an ancient danger.


Ruby Knight, The  (Del Rey, 1990, HarperCollins, ?, Grafton, 1990.)


Ellenium #2.


                A band of knights, accompanied by ghosts, set out to find a magical object which is the only way of curing the princess they serve.  They are opposed by dangers human and otherwise, including a kind of super insect.


Sapphire Rose, The  (Del Rey, 1991, HarperCollins, 1991.)


Elenium #3.


                A noble knight finds the cure for his rulerís illness, thwarts an angry godís living servants, and uncovers a plot within the local priesthood.


Seeress of Kell, The  (Del Rey, 1991, Bantam Press, 1991.)


Malloreon #5.


                The final confrontation between a good king and an evil magician who has kidnapped the formerís child, played out in a mystical location not known to ordinary mortals.


Shining Ones, The  (Del Rey, 1993, Harper Collins, 1993.)


Tamuli #2.


                A knight sets out to recover and safeguard a magical jewel, in a desperate race against a race of shining creatures whose very touch can kill human beings.


Sorceress of Darshiva  (Del Rey, 1989, Bantam Press, 1989.)


Malloreon #4.


                Pursued by a rival kingís army, Garion and his companions seek to catch up to the kidnapper of his infant child before the boy can be sacrificed to an evil god.


EDDINGS, DAVID & EDDINGS, LEIGH  (Note the Belgarath series is the prequel to the Belgariad series by David Eddings alone. Also writes Horror.)


Belgarath the Sorcerer  (Del Rey, 1995, HarperCollins, 1996.)


Belgarath #1.


                The story of a young magician who is fated to battle and defeat an evil god, and become immortal in the process.


Crystal Gorge  (Warner, 2005.)


Dreamers #3.


                A group of warriors hopes to restore order as the gods grow old and demented and the mortal enemies of humanity contrive new ways to threaten the peace.


Elder Gods, The  (Warner, 2004.)


Dreamers #1.


                A group is chosen by the gods to fight a monstrous evil.


Polgara the Sorceress  (Del Rey, 1996, HarperCollins, 1998.)


Belgarath #2.


                The epic biography of a sorceress with the ability to change shapes, perform a variety of magical miracles, and who experiences a number of dangerous adventures in the world of the Belgariad.


Redemption of Althalus, The  (Del Rey, 2000.)


                A thief is recruited by a goddess to help her in her battle against one of her brothers, who wants to end the world.  They recruit a group of unlikely heroes and set out to battle a band of equally disparate villains recruited by the other side in a series of wars and more subtle maneuvers.


Treasured One, The  (Warner, 2004.)


Dreamers #2.


                Just as they defeat one evil army, our heroes find themselves faced with a larger and more grotesque one.


EDDINGS, LEIGH  (See collaborations above with David Eddings.)




Fish Dinner in Memison, A  (Dutton, 1941,  Ballantine, 1968, Pan, 1972.)


Ouroboros #3.


                More magical adventures in the world of Zimiamvia.


Mezentian Gate, The  (Curwen, 1958, Ballantine, 1969. )


Ouroboros #4.


                The uncompleted final adventure set in the magical land of Zimiamvia.


Mistress of Mistresses  (Dutton, 1935, Faber, 1935, Ballantine, 1967, Gollancz, 2001.)


Ouroboros #2.


                A man from our world finds himself in Zimiamvia, a marvelous fantasy world, where he has various adventures.


Worm Ouroboros, The  (Jonathan Cape, 1922, Clark, 1922, Dutton, 1926, Boni, 1926, Xanadu, 1952, Ballantine, 1967, Dell, 1991, Buccaneer, 1993, Millennium, 2000.)


Ouroboros #1.


                A magnificent epic fantasy adventure about the war between various kingdoms in an enormous and intricate magical landscape.  Alliances shift back and forth, and sometimes itís hard to tell the heroes from the villains.  When the latter are finally defeated, the heroes are so bored that they cycle back through time to do the whole thing over again.


Zimiamvia: A Trilogy  (Dell, 1992.)


                Omnibus of The Mezentian Gate, A Fish Dinner In Memison, and Mistress of Mistresses.


EDGERTON, TERESA  (Note that the Celydonn series is a sequel to the Green Lion series. See also Madeline Howard.)


Castle of the Silver Wheel, The  (Ace, 1993.)


Celydonn #1.


                A young bride travels to her new home, where much to her surprise she discovers that she needs to use her latent magical abilities to lift the blight on the local crops and protect herself from evil.


Child of Saturn  (Ace, 1989.)


Green Lion #1.


                A peaceful kingdom is threatened by dark sorcery through the sister of its ruler, the monsters in its forests, and from the failure of its crops.  When the chief sorcerer goes wizard, his half trained apprentice has to take on the task of repelling the evil aided only by a secret alliance with a warrior.


Gnomesí Engine, The  (Ace, 1991.)


Goblin Moon #2.


                Further strange goings on in a magical alternate Earth where elves and humans team up to investigate both science and magic.


Goblin Moon  (Ace, 1991.)


Goblin Moon #1.


                There are mysterious things happening in a magical alternate Earth.  There are earthquakes and flooding, mysterious religious ceremonies, masked avengers, and an uneasy truce between humans and the non-human creatures with whom they share the world.


Grail and the Ring, The  (Ace, 1994.)


Celydonn #2.


                A new mother and her infant son are whisked away into the mysterious Shadow Realm where she is forced to call upon her magical talents to save herself and her child from an evil force.


Moon and the Thorn, The  (Ace, 1995.)


Celydonn #3.


                A woman with the ability to change her shape sets out to track down the magically talented villain who has vowed vengeance against her family.


Moon in Hiding, The  (Ace, 1989.)


Green Lion #2.


                Ancient bones are stolen from their tomb and the young sorceress who stands between her people and evil is suspected as being responsible.


Queen's Necklace, The  (Avon Eos, 2001.)


                Humans believe that their goblin masters are extinct, but they live on secretly, gathering magical artifacts in preparation for their return to power.  A young soldier discovers the truth, and has to convince others to act before it's too late.


Work of the Sun, The  (Ace, 1990.)


Green Lion #3.


                A rival for the throne has gained control of a magical artifact that she can use to twist a good sorceressí own powers to evil purposes.


EDGHILL, ROSEMARY  (Writes Science Fiction as Eluki Bes Shahar.  See also collaboration with Andre Norton and Mercedes Lackey. Also writes Horror.)


Cloak of Night and Daggers, The  (DAW, 1997.)


Twelve Treasures #3.


                A medievalist encounters a real elf in our world and agrees to help him on his quest to return home and gain possession of a collection of magical treasures.


Cup of Morning Shadows, The  (DAW, 1995.)


Twelve Treasures #2.


                A librarian discovers a magical door to the world of fairy just in time to get involved in a battle for the throne of that world which results from the inability of the heir apparent to collect the twelve treasures necessary to confirm his rule.


Empty Crown, The  (Doubleday, 1997.)


                Omnibus of The Sword of Maiden's Tears, The Cup of Morning Shadows, and The Cloak of Night and Daggers.


Met by Moonlight  (Pinnacle, 1998.)


                A contemporary Wiccan is transported back to the time of Cromwell and finds herself pursued by witch hunters.  Fortunately, she falls in love with the right man to save the day.


Paying the Piper at the Gates of Dawn  (Five Star, 2003.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sword of Maidenís Tears, The  (DAW, 1995.)


Twelve Treasures #1.


                The protagonist and friends are off to recover a stolen magic sword.


Vengeance of Masks  (Betancourt, 2003.)


Childeric #1.


                A fantasy empire is endangered when an imprisoned demon finally escapes to wreak his vengeance.


Warslayer, The  (Baen, 2002.)


                An actress in a television fantasy series is abducted into a fantasy world where she is supposed to defend the local people from a mysterious monster.




Waking Engine, The  (Tor, 2014.)


Dead people waken in another universe.


EDWARDS, CLAUDIA  (All but Eldrie the Healer are loosely related.)


Bright and Shining Tiger  (Popular Library/Questar, 1988, Headline, 1988.)


                An exiled witch comes across an abandoned castle where she may be able to make a new life for herself, or may instead meet her doom.


Eldrie the Healer  (Pageant, 1989.)


                This was supposed to be the opening volume of the Bastard Princess series, but no further volumes ever appeared.  A female warrior and her companion have a variety of standard adventures before he persuades her to return to her homeland and reclaim her birthright.


Horsewoman in Godsland, A  (Popular Library/Questar, 1987, Headline, 1988.)


                A resourceful young woman finds herself opposed to the hierarchy of a dominant, repressive church that can command monsters to shore up its domination of the populace.


Taming the Forest King  (Popular Library/Questar, 1986, Headline, 1987.)


                A female cavalry officer is one of the leading lights in an army striving to keep chaos from creeping over their world, but their martial ability is of little use against the magical powers of the Forest King himself.




Return, The  (Tyndale, 1996.)


                Metaphysical Christian sermon disguised as a narrative about astronauts discovering heaven.




Dragoncharm  (HarperCollins, 1996.)


Dragon #1.


                An immortal creature seeks to rejuvenate his race in a magical world threatened with chaos.  Natural dragons and magical dragons engage in a war to the finish.


Dragonflame  (HarperCollins, 1997.)


Dragon #3.


                Now mortal, a basilisk becomes involved with an evil cult seeking a magical artifact.


Dragonstorm  (HarperCollins, 1996.)


Dragon #2.


                Not seen.


Talus and the Frozen King (Solaris, 2014.)


Mystery involving a frozen warrior in a fantasy world.




Last Sun, The (Pyr, 2018.)


Tarot Sequence #1.


The search for a missing man leads to dark magic.




Kazaam  (Scholastic, 1996, from the screenplay by Paul Michael Glaser, Christian Ford, and Roger Soffer, )


                A genie.




Harm Tree, The (Uclan, 2021.)


A world recovering from a civil war conceals a magical mystery.




Magic Tooth and Other Tales from the Amazon, The  (Little, Brown, 1927.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


EFFINGER, GEORGE ALEC  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Maureen Birnbaum, Barbarian Swordperson  (Swan Press, 1993.)


                Collection of related stories.


Zork Chronicles, The  (Avon, 1990.)


                An adventurer descends into an underground world for a series of episodic adventures in this novel derived from the Zork computer game.


EGAN, GREG  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Unusual Angle, An  (Norstrilia, 1983.)


                A young boy makes a film of his life inside his head.


EGAN, LESLEY  (Pseudonym of Elizabeth Liniington.)


Blind Search, The (Doubleday, 1977.)


                Police procedural with real psychic powers.


Look Back on Death (Doubleday, 1978.)


                Police procedural with real psychic powers.


EGBERT, H.M.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Mrs. Aladdin  (Long, 1925.)


                Adventure involving a beautiful genie.




Destruction of the Inn, The  (Forge, 2002.)


                An ancient Irish myth retold.


Feast, The  (Forge, 1999.)


                A retelling of the story of Cuchulainn, an ancient Irish hero.


He Stands Alone  (Forge, 2002.)


                A story of ancient Ireland and magic.


Red Branch Tales, The  (Forge, 2003.)


                Collection of stories based on Irish legends.


Sorrows,Tthe  (Forge, 2001.)


                Collection of loosely related stories.




Paradox in Oz  (Hungry Tiger, 2000.)


An Oz book.


                Ozma, the ruler of Oz, must travel back in time when the magic spell that keeps her people from aging ceases to work.  There she is caught in an alternate time stream where the people she knew in her own era exist, but have different personalities from those she previously knew.


EISENSTEIN, PHYLLIS  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Born to Exile  (Arkham House, 1978, Dell, 1980, New American Library, 1989, Grafton, 1992, HarperCollins, 1992.)


Alaric #1.


                Episodic novel about a wandering minstrel and his adventures with nobles and outlaws, magicians and murderers.


Crystal Palace, The  (Signet, 1988, Grafton, 1991.)


Cray Ormeru #2.


                A sorcerer creates a magic mirror in which he sees a beautiful woman.  Fascinated, he investigates until he finds out where she lives, then travels to that land to discover that she is a prisoner of magic.  Eventually he discovers a way to free her and wins her love.


In the Red Lordís Reach  (Signet, 1989, HarperCollins, 1992.)


Alaric #2


                A minstrel with the ability to think himself from one place to another is feared as a witch.  Eventually he finds a home with a band of nomads when he helps them defeat a supernatural menace that is draining the very life from the land they inhabit.


Night Lives  (Five Star, 2003.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sorcererís Son  (Del Rey, 1979, Grafton, 1990.)


Cray Ormeru #1.


                A demon is sent to impregnate a woman in the guise of a wounded knight.  But he falls in love with her, and after he is ordered to leave, he watches in dismay as she sets out to find her missing lover.


ELDRIDGE, PAUL  (See collaborations with George Sylvester Viereck.)




Black Wolf, The  (Centaur, 1979.)


                A dark, Lovecraftian style fantasy set in the early days of colonial America.


ELGIN, SUZETTE HADEN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


And Then Thereíll Be Fireworks  (Doubleday, 1981, Berkley, 1983.)


Ozark #3.


                The final battle between a young womanís magic and the inhuman invaders from another realm.


Grand Jubilee, The  (Doubleday, 1981, Berkley, 1983.)


Ozark #2.


                The threat of a darkly sinister force shadows the land of Ozark, but a young girl whose magical powers are stronger than she believes may yet save the day.


Twelve Fair Kingdoms  (Doubleday, 1981, Berkley, 1983.)


Ozark #1.


                An unusual fantasy using the Ozark country as its model.  Wry humor and likable characters combine in a story of mild magic and great menace.  The opening volume establishes the characters and the nature of their enemy.


ELIAS, HORACE J.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Wizard of Oz, The  (Price Stern Sloan, 1976.)


                A retelling of the famous story by L. Frank Baum.  I canít imagine why anyone thought this was necessary.


ELIZABETH, SUZANNE  (Pseudonym of Suzanne Witter.)


Destined to Love  (Harper, 1994.)


Time travel novel set in the Old West.  A romance.


Destiny in Disguise  (Harper, 1997.)


A woman's spirit travels to the Old West after she dies.  A romance.


Destiny's Embrace  (Harper, 1996.)


A woman escapes the law by going back in time to the Old West, where she falls in love with the local marshal and helps him clean up a band of outlaws.  A romance.


Till the End of Time  (Harper, 1995.)


A test pilot goes back through time and falls in love with a woman working as a spy during the Civil War.  A romance.




Living End, The  (Dutton, 1979, Avon, 1996.)


                A story of the afterlife when a holdup victim gets a brief tour of heaven and hell.




Gift of Abou Hassan, The  (Little, Brown, 1912.)


                Story of a magic carpet.


Haunted Pajamas, The  (Bobbs-Merrill, 1911.)


                Magic pajamas transformed the wearer.


ELLIOTT, JANICE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


City of Gates  (Hodder, 1992.)


                Not seen.


Empty Throne, The  (Walker, 1988.)


Arthur #2.




King Awakes, The  (Walker, 1987.)


Arthur #1.




Magic  (?, 1983.)


                Not seen.


ELLIOTT, KATE  (Pseudonym of Alis Rasmussen, whom see.  See also collaborations with Jennifer Roberson and Melanie Rawn.)


Buried Heart (DAW, 2017.)


Court of Fives #3.




Burning Stone, The  (DAW, 1999, Orbit, 1999.)


Crown of Stars #3.


                Two kingdoms continue to be torn by strife and politics.  Against that backdrop, a pair of lovers seek happiness, menaced as they are by outside forces and also by the womanís temptation to explore the sorcerous power that links her to an ancient people.


Child of Flame  (Orbit, 2000.)


Crown of Stars #4.


                The protagonists are scattered in this volume, one caught in the war between human and inhuman races, another seeking the truth about her own origins, and the third seeking to warn the king that there is a plot against him.


Cold Fire  (Orbit, 2011.)


Spirit Walker #2.




Cold Magic  (Orbit, 2010.)


Spirit Walker #1.


A woman in an arranged marriage to a mage finds herself caught up in political intrigue.


Court of Fives


Court of Fives #1.


Crown of Stars  (DAW, 2006.)


Crown of Stars #7.


                Although the world has survived a cataclysmic change, the survivors seem intent on splitting up into rival factions once again.


Gathering Storm, The  (Orbit, 2003.)


Crown of Stars #5.


                A combination of natural and supernatural disasters and the king's occasional poor judgment leave the future of the kingdom in doubt.


In the Ruins  (DAW, 2005.)


Crown of Stars #6.


                Two magical worlds collide, followed by multiple natural disasters and the predictable battle for power as the chaos continues.


Kingís Dragon  (DAW, 1997, Legend, 1997.)


Crown of Stars #1.


                The rule of the King of Wendar is menaced not only by his ambitious sister, who is gathering a rival army to her banner, but by the inhuman creatures in the lands to the north and east, who are striking across the border.  Two unlikely young people are forced to risk all to save their people.


Poisoned Blade (Little, Brown, 2016.)


Court of Fives #2.


An athlete gets caught up in a war.


Prince of Dogs  (DAW, 1998, Orbit, 1998.)


Crown of Stars #2.


                Further complications and intrigue in the troubled kingdoms where civil unrest, outside invasion by monsters, a missing heir to the throne, and other difficulties prevent the sitting rulers from restoring tranquility to their people.


Shadow Gate  (Tor, 2008.)


Crossroads #2.


The gods return, and they have an altered agenda.


Spirit Gate  (Tor, 2006.)


Crossroads #1.


                A magical realm is troubled when the gods abdicate their former role as rulers and authority begins to disintegrate.


Traitor's Gate  (Tor, 2009.)


Crossroads #3.


Violent battles lead to the conclusion of the power struggle in a fantasy realm.


Very Best of Kate Elliott, The (Tachyon, 2015.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Ambergate  (Little, Brown, 2006.)


Murkmere #2.


                A mysterious orphan with a magic amulet tries to make a new life for herself.


Murkmere  (Little, Brown, 2005.)


Murkmere #1.


                Young adult novel in which a young companion to a teenaged girl discovers supernatural secrets and completely natural villainy.




Pilgrims  (Harper, ?, Tor, 2014.)


Pendulum #1.




Shadow (Harper, 2011.)


Pendulum #2.


An evil force rises in a fantasy world.


World's End  (Harper, 2011.)


Pendulum #3.


New allies may turn out to have evil intentions.




Tomorrowís Spectacles  (Swan, 1946.)






Lumpton Gobbelings, The  (Putnam, 1954.)


                Leprechauns invade a village.


ELMORE, LARRY  (See collaboration which follows.)




Runes of Autumn   (TSR, 1996.)


                The murder of two youngsters leads to suspicion that an old enemy has returned to the area, but some suspect that the killer is one of the local villagers.


ELMORE, ROBERT  (See collaboration above with Larry Elmore.)


ELROD, P.N.  (Also writes Horror.)


Adventures of Myhr, The  (Baen, 2003.)


                Adventures of a hero half human, half cat, as he travels through a variety of magical alternate worlds.


ELWOOD, ROGER  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Angelwalk  (Crossway, 1988.)


                An angel is sent to Earth to see at first hand why Lucifer was thrown out of Heaven.  A didactic Christian novel.


Darien  (Word Publishing, 1994.)


                The story of an angel who accompanied Jesus on Earth but who failed to save him.


Sorcerers of Sodom  (Revell, 1991.)


                Offensive novel about a minister who precipitates divine judgment against homosexuals and other people the author doesnít like.


ELYOT, AMANDA  (Pseudonym of Leslie Carroll.)


By a Lady  (Three Rivers, 2006.)


                An actress finds herself back in the time of Jane Austen.




Changeling Garden, The  (St Martins, 1995.)


                A woman enjoys a psychic communication with the plants and animals surrounding her home, and prevents her husband from exploiting the land.




Blue-Nosed Witch, The  (Holiday House, 1956, Young Readers Press, 1969, Bantam Skylark, 1984.)


                Young readerís book about a modern day witch.




Magic Tunnel, The  (Stokes, 1940, Four Winds, 1968, Scholastic, 1969.)


                Two children take the subway and are carried back three hundred years to New Amsterdam.


EMERSON, RU  (See also Roberta Cray and collaborations with Mercedes Lackey.)


Against the Giants  (TSR, 1999.)


                A young boy survives when his village is wiped out by giants, but when he tries to warn the king, no one believes him except one soldier.  With that man's help, he proves his case and discovers the reason why the giants have returned.


Art of the Sword, The  (Ace, 1994.)


Night-Threads #5.


                A dangerous new drug is spreading through Rhadaz.  The protagonist is searching for its source when he discovers that he has been lethally poisoned with that very drug, that he cannot be cured either by medicine or conventional magic.  His only hope is a young woman who might possess a different kind of power.


Calling of the Three, The  (Ace, 1990.)


Night-Threads #1.


                Three people from our world are magically whisked to a world to help a brother and sister resist the seizure of their throne by their evil uncle.  But the uncle is allied with the same sorcerous powers that caused the death of the previous ruler.


Craft of Light, The  (Ace, 1993.)


Night-Threads #4.


                Involuntary recruits from our world have helped to oust a usurper from the throne, but even after peace is restored, there is unrest and fresh dangers.


Empty Throne, The  (Boulevard, 1996.)


A Xena novel.


Xena finds herself in a village from which all the men have disappeared as if by magic.


Go Quest, Young Man  (Ace, 1999.)


A Xena novel.


                One of Xena's friends answers a call for heroes.  She discovers that it originates from two of their old enemies and that her friend may have walked into a trap.


How the Quest Was Won  (Ace, 2000.)


A Xena novel.


                A group of adventurers are tricked into revealing the hiding play of Helen of Troy, and then have to protect her from her angry husband.


Huntress and the Sphinx, The  (Boulevard, 1997.)


A Xena novel.


Xena and friends set out to rescue a group of kidnapped children who have fallen into the hands of an animate sphinx.


In the Caves of Exile  (Ace, 1988, Headline, 1988.)


Tale of Nedao #2.


                Nedao has fallen to its enemies, and the woman who once ruled it leads the survivors on a trek cross country to a place of refuge.


Keep on the Borderlands  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Greyhawk novel.


                A small group of heroes are beset by villains and monsters, so they venture into a haunted cave seeking relief.


Masques  (Avon, 1990.)


A Beauty and the Beast novel.




One Land, One Duke  (Ace, 1992.)


Night-Threads #3.


                After hiding from their usurping uncle, a young prince, his sister, and their allies return to their homeland to challenge his army and his magical allies.


On the Seas of Destiny  (Ace, 1989, Headline, 1989.)


Tale of Nedao #3.


                The final triumph of the exiled queen and her people and their return to freedom.


Princess of Flames, The  (Ace, 1986, Unwin, 1987.)


                A young woman unjustly deprived of her throne marshals her mastery of both magic and swordplay and bides her time before returning to oust the usurper.


Questward Ho!  (Ace, 1999.)


A Xena novel.


                Xena sets out on a perilous journey to warn Helen that her one time husband, Menelaus, is organizing an army of heroes to track her down.


Science of Power, The  (Ace, 1995.)


Night-Threads #6.


                The final battle in a confrontation between good and evil as the latter uses a terrible drug to cause unrest in a magical kingdom.


Spellbound  (Ace, 1990.)


                A young prince falls in love with a beautiful but mysterious woman.  Is it human love, though, or has she cast a magic spell on him in order to slip into a position of power.


Thief of Hermes, The  (Boulevard, 1997.)


A Xena novel.


Xena encounters a mischievous man who claims to be the sun of Hermes, and whose capricious habits get them into and out of imprisonment.


To the Haunted Mountains  (Ace, 1987, Headline, 1988.)


Tales of Nedao #1.


                The story of a swordswoman with magical powers, told from the point of view of a sentient cat.


Two in Hiding, The  (Ace, 1991.)


Night-Threads #2.


                The rightful rulers of Rhadaz and their friends from our world flee their homeland to escape the attention of their evil uncle and begin to exchange knowledge in preparation for the battle to come.


EMERY, CLAYTON  (See also collaboration which follows.  Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Card Master   (Baen, 1997.)


                A woman with magical powers that manifest themselves through playing cards teams up with an apprentice of the same arts for a series of adventures.  Based on the role playing card game.


Dangerous Games  (TSR, 1996.)


Forgotten Realms Netherill #2.


                A barbarian warrior gets caught up in the battle for control of another dying empire.


Father-Daughterís Disaster  (Minstrel, 1997.)


An Alex Mack novel.


                A teen uses extraordinary psychic powers to battle a bunch of bullies who are plotting to ruin a school dance.


Final Gathering  (Harper, 1996.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.




Final Sacrifice  (Harper, 1995.)


#5 in the multi-author Magic the Gathering series.


                A sorceress leads her army cross country as she tries to find enough power to defeat a cabal of evil wizards who seek to control the entire world.


Hazezon  (Wizards of the Coast, 2002.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                A warrior must compromise with his old enemies to defeat a new and more powerful one.


Jedit  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                A traveler has various adventures in the desert of a magical land.


Johan  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                An evil ruler's plans to conquer his neighbors are thwarted by a wizard and a tigerman.


Mortal Consequences  (TSR, 1998.)


Forgotten Realms Netherill #3.


                A barbarian warrior attempts to build a new land for his people in the midst of an enormous empire that is collapsing under internal and external pressures.


Outcasts  (Ace, 1990.)


#1 in the multi-author Runesword series.


                Four companions, not all human, unite on a quest to find and destroy a set of magical swords that could make an evil army invincible in its plans to conquer their world.


Shattered Chains  (Harper, 1995.)


#3 in the multi-author Magic the Gathering series.


One wizard is trying to use a vault of magical essence to defeat all the others, aided by an inept army, but things start to go wrong right from the outset.


Star of Gusrah  (TSR, 1999.)


A Forgotten Realms Lost Empires novel.


                In a magical city whose rulers have stolen immortality, a gruesome revenge is planned, the instrument of which is an undead creature living beneath the city itself.


Sword Play  (TSR, 1996.)


Forgotten Realms Netherill #1.


                Netheril is the only land where humankind challenges the domination of the dragons.  In that kingdom, two wizards engage in a contest with a single man as their pawn, but the pawn rebels at his role and proves that sometimes quick wits can overcome magic.


Tales of Robin Hood  (Baen, 1988.)


                A sort of retelling of the Robin Hood legend, but with witchcraft, demonic animals, and other fantastic elements added.


Whispering Woods  (Harper, 1995.)


#2 in the multi-author Magic the Gathering series.


                An unhappy man finds work in the employ of an inept wizard.


EMERY, CLAYTON & MILAN, VICTOR  -- check to see if these actually credit Milan


Dangerous Games  (TSR, ?)


                Not seen.


Sword Play  (TSR, ?)


                Not seen.


EMSHWILLER, CAROL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Carmen Dog  (Womenís Press, 1988, Mercury, 1990.)


                Women with the ability to change into the form of animals upset the males who dominate them.


Venus Rising  (Edgewood, 1992.)


                Short story in pamphlet form.




Grey Gentlemen, The.  (See Momo.)


Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver  (?, 1963, Overlook, 1990, translated by Anthea Bell.)


                Childrenís fantasy about a magical land.


Momo  (Doubleday, 1985, Viking, 1986, translated by J. Maxwell Brownjohn.  Burke, 1974, translated by Frances Hobb, as The Grey Gentlemen)


                A magical orphan who can transform people by listening to their problems must take a more active role when the nameless city she inhabits is invaded by the sinister Grey Men.


Neverending Story, The  (Doubleday, 1983, Amereon, 1983, Viking, 1984, Buccaneer, 1991, Puffin, 1997, Dutton, 1997, translated by Ralph Manheim.)


                A young, lonesome boy steps through the pages of a book into a magical world where he has many adventures before returning home, and learns much about himself along the way.  Made into a not particularly effective movie.


Night of Wishes, or The Satanarchaeolidealcohellis Notion Potion, The  (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1992.)


                Two evil sorcerers concoct a potion to perpetuate their power, but a young child knows whatís going on and manages to disrupt their plans.  For younger readers.




Hand of Fate  (Llewellyn, 2004.)


Fortune Tellers #5.


                A group of teenagers discover that fate has taken a literal hand in their lives.


Lost Girl, The  (Llewellyn, ?)


Fortune Tellers #1.




Magic Shades, The  (Llewellyn, ?)


Fortune Tellers #3.




Mirror, Mirror...  (Llewellyn, 2004.)


Fortune Tellers #6.


                A teenager's reflection is altered even though she remains the same.


Playing with Fire  (Llewellyn, ?)


Fortune Tellers #2.




Secrets of the Lost Arrow  (Llewellyn, ?_


Fortune Tellers #4.






Blood of Ambrose  (Pyr, 2009.)


Morlock Ambrosius #1.


A regent decides to keep the throne of a magical kingdom to himself.


Guile of Dragons, A (Pyr, 2012.)


Morlock Ambrosius #4..


Dwarves protect the world from a reawakening evil.


This Crooked Way  (Pyr, 2009.)


Morlock Ambrosius #2.


A magical warrior undergoes a perilous journey to uncover the identity of his enemy.


Wide World's End, The (Pyr, 2015.)


Prequel to the Morlock Ambrosius series.


His young adventures.


Wolf Age, The  (Pyr, 2010.)


Morlock Ambrosius #3.


A city of werewolves is placed in turmoil by the arrival of a magician.


Wrath-Bearing Tree  (Pyr, 2013.)


Morlock Ambrosius #5.


Someone is killing gods.


ENGH, M.J.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


House in the Snow, The  (Franklin Watts, 1987, Apple, 1990.)


                A youngster battles a bunch of crooks who have the secret of invisibility.


ENGLAND, GEORGE ALLAN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Cursed  (Small, Maynard, 1919, Grosset & Dunlap, ?)


                A Malaysian witch woman casts a curse on the brutal captain of a trading ship.




Arena Man, The  (Tor, 2013.)


Max August #4.




Long Man, The  (Tor, 2009.)


Max August #2.


A magician battles an arcane conspiracy in the modern world.


Plain Man, The  (Tor, 2011.)


Max August #3.


Max must undermine a plot involving dark wizardry.


Point Man, The  (Dell, 1981.)


Max August #1.


                A disc jockey discovers that there is a plot to destroy the US and take over the world, not by the Communists, but by a secret society that uses sorcery.  After surviving several attempts on his life, he discovers not only magical allies, but the fact that he himself is a potential wizard.




Arc díX  (Poseidon, 1993, Hutchinson, 1994, Owlet, 1996.)


                A uchronian novel involving Thomas Jefferson, but with elements of fantasy, particularly the reincarnation of a witch as his slave.


Our Ecstatic Days  (Simon & Schuster, 2005.)


                A mysterious lake appears in the middle of Los Angeles.


ERIKSON, STEVEN  (Note that the Kharkanas series is related to the Malazan sequence.)


Bauchelain and Korbal Broach  (Tor, 2009.)


Malazan #9.


Collection of related stories.


Blood Follows  (PS, 2002.)


Broach #1.




Bonehunters, The  (Tor, 2007.)


Malazan #6.


Just as the war seems to be nearing its end, a new conflict threatens to erupt elsewhere.


Crack'd Pot Trail (Tor, 2011.)


Malazan #12.


Two sorcerers get into comical trouble.


Crippled God, The  (Tor, 2011.)


Malazan #11.


Various factions clash as alien forces threaten to destroy the world.


Deadhouse Gates  (Tor, 2005.)


Malazan #2.


                A religious leader instigates a rebellion.


Dust of Dreams (Tor, 2010.)


Malazan #10.


A mysterious magical battle is brewing as the series approaches its conclusion.


Fall of Light (Tor, 2016.)


Kharkanas #2.


Civil war in a fantasy world.


Forge of Darkness  (Tor, 2012.)


Kharkanas #1.


A marriage threatens to bring civil war to a magical realm.


Gardens of the Moon  (Tor, 2004.)


Malazan #1.


                An empire in a magical otherworld is in turmoil because of evil sorcerers and the lingering effect of several wars.


Healthy Dead, The  (PS, 2003.)


Broach #2.




House of Chains  (Tor, 2006.)


Malazan #4.


                A besieged people attempt to train a highly efficient army with which to defeat their numerically superior enemy.


Memories of Ice  (Tor, 2005.)


Malazan #3.


                The threat of war spreads and rumors arise that an ancient malevolent god has returned to the world.


Midnight Tides  (Tor, 2007.)


Malazan #5.


                Efforts to fashion a lasting peace are threatened by the awakening of ancient entities.


Reaper's Gale  (Tor, 2008.)


Malazan #7.


An insane king, internal schisms, and an imminent invasion threaten a fantasy realm.


Toll the Hounds  (Tor, 2008.)


Malazan #8.


Dark omens suggest a magical crisis in a fabulous city.


Wurms of Blearmouth, The (Tor, 2014.)


Malazan #13.




ERSKINE, BARBARA  (Also writes Horror.)


Encounters  (Michael Joseph, 1990.)


                Collection of unrelated stories, only some of which are fantasy.


Lady of Hay  (Delacorte, 1986, Michael Joseph, 1986, Dell, 1988.)


                An introspective woman discovers that she is the reincarnation of a troubled woman from another time.


Kingdom of Shadows  (Michael Joseph, 1988.)


                Two women from different times share each otherís lives.




Beware the Tektrons  (Armada, 1988.)


A Tektron novel.


                Not seen.


Find the Tektrons  (Armada, 1988.)


A Tektron novel.


                Not seen.




Venus the Lonely Goddess  (Morrow, 1949, Collins, 1950, Wingate, 1950.)


                Story of the Greek Gods.




Who Is Victoria?  (Little, Brown, 1973, Archway, 1976, Pocket, 1982.)


                A mysterious, magical girl appears in a small town and upsets everyoneís preconceptions.  For younger readers.




Love Potions  (BET, 2002.)


                Humorous romance involving some genuine witchcraft.


ESHBACH, LLOYD  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Armlet of the Gods, The  (Del Rey, 1986.)


MacDougall #2.


                MacDougall returns to the gates of worlds again, this time for a series of adventures in the Underworld, where evil gods torment the dead, and resent the intrusion of the still living.


Elfin Lights, The  (?, 1934.)


                Short story in pamphlet form.


Land Beyond the Gate, The  (Del Rey, 1984.)


MacDougall #1.


                An adventurer from our world finds himself in a magical realm, armed with an enchanted sword, with the ability to make himself invisible, but in danger not only of dying personally but of allowing evil gods to escape into his home continuum.


Scroll of Lucifer, The   (Del Rey, 1990.)


MacDougall #4.


                A human adventurer gets caught in a power play among the evil gods of the world created by Lucifer.


Sorceress of Death, The  (Del Rey, 1988.)


MacDougall #3.


                In this adventure, MacDougall visits a world governed by the ancient Sumerian gods, from which he must rescue a young girl.  But the evil Celtic gods whom he defeated in the earlier volumes follow him.




Assail (Tor, 2014.)


A Malazan novel.




Blood and Bone  (Tor, 2013.)


A Malazan novel.


Savage tribes endanger a fantasy kingdom.


Dancer's Lament (Tor, 2016.)


A Malazan novel.




Deadhouse Landing (Tor, 2017.)


Night of Knives  (Tor, 2009.)


A Malazan novel.  See Steven Erikson.


An astronomical events sets off a series of miraculous and dangerous events in a fantasy world.


Orb Sceptre Throne (Tor, 2012.)


A Malazan novel.


Various forces converge on a magical city.


Return of the Crimson Guard  (Bantam, 2008, Tor, 2010.)


A Malazan novel.  See Steven Erikson.


The return of a company of mercenaries tips a city into an uproar.


Stonewielder  (Tor, 2011.)


A Malazan novel.


An ex-enforced for the fallen emperor is caught up in a new series of struggles.




Bitter Bite (Pocket, 2016.)


Elemental Assassin #14.




Bright Blaze of Magic (Kensington, 2016.)


Black Blade




By a  Thread (Pocket, 2012.)


Elemental Assassin #6.




Crimson Frost  (K Teen, 2012.)


Mythos Academy.




Hot Mama  (Berkley, 2008.)


Bigtime #2.


A superheroine battles bad guys and finds love.


Karma Girl  (Berkley, 2008.)


Bigtime #1.


Romance involving crime and paranormal abilities.


Spider, The (Pocket, 2013.)


Elemental Asssassin #12.




Spider's Revenge (Pocket, 2011.)


Elemental Assassin #1.




Tangled Threads (Pocket, 2011.)


Elemental Assassin #4.




Thread of Death  (Pocket, 2012.)


Elemental Assasin #5.




Venom  (Pocket, 2011.)


Elemental Assassin #3.




Web of Lies  (Pocket, 2011.)


Elemental Assassin #2.






Curious Adventures of Jimmy McGee, The  (?, 1987, Odyssey, 2005.)


Amy & Clarissa #2.


                Children's fantasy involving a magic box.


Witch Family, The  (Voyager, 1960, Harcourt, Brace, 1960.)


Amy & Clarissa #1.


                Young readerís book about a girl who gets involved in a witch who tries, but never quite succeeds, in being nice.


ESTES, ROSE  (See also collaborations which follow.  Note that the various game books by this author are all at least loosely related.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Blood of the Tiger  (Bantam, 1987.)


Saga of Lost Lands #1.


                Two prehistoric North American tribes contend for power against one another, with their shamans drawing on genuine magic powers to aid in their battle.


Brother to the Lion  (Bantam, 1988.)


Saga of Lost Lands #2.


                Two exiles from their clan travel north into glacier country to escape the magical wrath of the shamans who plot their death.


Case of the Dancing Dinosaur, The  (Random House, 1985.)


                Multi-path gamebook.


Children of the Dragon  (Random House, 1985.)


                Multi-path gamebook.


Circus of Fear  (TSR, 1983.)


Multi-path gamebook pitting the reader against an evil circus of monsters.


Demon Hand  (TSR, 1988.)


Greyhawk #5.


                Various adventures including two werewolves seeking the secret of their ancestry and a quest by a hero to find magical gems..


Dragon in Amber  (TSR, 1988.)


Greyhawk #7.


                Not seen.


Dragon of Doom  (TSR, 1983.)


Multi-path gamebook requiring you to prevent a wizard from releasing a dragon.


Dungeon of Dread  (TSR, 1982.)


Multi-path gamebook wherein you find your way out of a magical dungeon.


Elfwood  (Ace, 1992.)


Elfwood #1.


                The elves are at war with the orcs, and there are some humans allied with each side.


Eyes Have It, The  (TSR, 1989.)


Greyhawk #6.


                Not seen.


Hero of Washington Square, The  (TSR, 1983.)


                A multi-path gamebook.


Indiana Jones and the Lost Treasure of Sheba  (Ballantine, 1984.)


Multi-path gamebook pitting Indiana Jones and the reader against villains and spies in Ethiopia in a search for an ancient treasure.


Master Wolf  (TSR, 1987.)


Greyhawk #3.


                A hero seeks to protect a caravan from the monsters and bandits that menace it on its journey across a savage, magical prehistoric landscape.


Mountain of Mirrors  (TSR, 1982.)


Multi-path gamebook providing you a magical sword to combat a powerful sorcerous evil menacing your world.


Mountains and Madness  (Baen, 1993.)


                Based on the Iron Dragons role playing card game.  When sea serpents make trade by sea unprofitable, entrepreneurs wed magic to technology to build an iron dragon, a kind of trackless railroad train, to carry their goods to market.


Mystery of the Turkish Tattoo, The  (Random House, 1986.)


                Multi-path gamebook.


Name of the Game, The  (TSR, 1988.)


Greyhawk #6.


                A wizard transformed into a gryphon must battle the magical and mundane foes of a beleaguered kingdom whose security is menaced not only by its enemies, but by a seductive board game.


Pillars of Pentegarn  (TSR, 1982.)


Multi-path gamebook about a quest to find a magical object.


Price of Power, The  (TSR, 1987.)


Greyhawk #4.


                A princess has been changed into a wolf and a king is imprisoned in his own castle, so Mika, a nomad shaman, must use his magical and physical talents to help them both.


Return to Brookmere  (TSR, 1982.)


Multi-path gamebook in which the reader is an elf trying to rid the ancestral castle of invading monsters.


Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons  (TSR, 1983.)


Multi-path gamebook in which you play the role of an apprentice wizard who must help his master against evil sorcery.


Revolt of the Dwarves  (TSR, 1983.)


Multi-path gamebook in which you suppress a revolt by nasty dwarves.


Spirit of the Hawk  (Bantam, 1988.)


Saga of Lost Lands #3.


                The outcasts form a new tribe and lead them across dangerous, ice covered land in search of a new homeland.


Trail of Death, The  (Random House, 1985.)


                Multi-path gamebook.


Troll-Taken  (Ace, 1993.)


Troll #1.


                A young mother in our world discovers that her child has been snatched away by trolls and replaced with one of their own kind.


Troll-Quest  (Ace, 1995.)


Troll #2.


                A second child has been kidnapped, a secret world beneath Chicago has been devastated and is at war with the surface world, and two women descend into the darkest realms to reclaim their lost children.




Skrylingís Blade  (Ace, 1990.)


#2 in the multi-author Runesword series.


                A warrior acquires a magical sword with which he can safely, or relatively anyway, confront a fire breathing dragon.


Stone of Time, The  (Ace, 1992.)


#6 in the multi-author Runesword series.


                Four disparate heroes pool their powers to defeat an invading army of goblins.




Fortress Island.  (See A Lost Tale.)


Lost Tale, A  (St Martins, 1980, W.H. Allen, 1980, Ace, 1982.  Star, 1981, as Fortress Island.)


                During World War II, a coven of Druidic wizards used their magical talents to protect Britain from the German military in this low key adventure.




Mandragora  (Staples, 1952.)


                Magical time travel.




Interlude in Time  (BMI, 1994.)


                During a storm, a woman is swept back to 1929 and into the arms of a man she can finally love.  A romance novel.




Waterspout Up  (TK Graphics, 1975.)


                Parody of Watership Down by Richard Adams.




Night Stalker Christmas  (?)






Night's Rose  (Tor, 2009.)


A woman battles vampires and ogres.


Prince of Frogs, The  (Tor, 2009.)


A woman with magical powers uncovers a secret in the aftermath of an uprising by ogres.




Ashes of a Black Forest  (Gallery, 2011.)


Iron Elves #3.


Military fantasy involving the battle against a dark lord.


Darkness Forged in Fire, A  (Pocket, 2008.)


Iron Elves #1.


Adventure in a magical world of muskets and curses.


Light of Burning Shadows, The  (Pocket, 2009.)


Iron Elves #2.


A military oriented people in a fantasy world struggle to regain their honor.


EVANS, CHRISTOPHER  (Also writes Science Fiction.  See also Christopher Carpenter.)


Chimeras  (Grafton, 1992.)


                An unusual fantasy set in an other world where works of art can be created out of nothing by the power of thought.  One particularly talented artist becomes a tool manipulated by an egotistic fan.


Icetower  (Dolphin, 2000.)


A Dreamtime novel.


                An automobile accident somehow sends two teenagers into an alternate reality where magic works.


EVANS, E. EVERETT  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Food for Demons  (Shroud, 1974.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Adversary (Wizards of the Coast, 2014.)




Brimstone Angels  (Wizards of the Coast, 2011.)


A Neverwinter novel.




Fire in the Blood (Wizards of the Coast, 2014.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.




God Catcher, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2009.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.




Lesser Evils (Wizards of the Coast, 2012.)




EVANS, LINDA  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Sleipnir  (Baen, 1994.)


                An American soldier stationed in Germany finds himself the possessor of a magical knife that once belonged to Odin himself, and before long is propelled into a magical realm where he must prove himself a true hero.


EVANS, QUINN TAYLOR  (Pseudonym of Carla Simpson.)


Daughter of Fire  (Zebra, 1996.)


Merlinís Legacy #1.


                Historical romance about the secret daughter of Merlin whose gift of second sight has a price.  She is fated to never know love.  Or is she?  In a vision, she sees a majestic knight, and something within her tells her that this is the means to escape her curse.


Daughter of Light  (Zebra, 1997.)


Merlinís Legacy #3.


                The daughter of Merlin joins forces with William the Conqueror, making use of her powers of precognition to assure him success.


Daughter of the Mist  (Zebra, 1996.)


Merlinís Legacy #2.


                A young woman with the ability to change her shape into that of an animal attracts the attention of a dashing visitor from a far land.


Dawn of Camelot  (Zebra, 1998.)


Merlinís Legacy #5.


                Merlinís sister, who isnít entirely human, takes on that form in order to pass unobserved in the world of men.  She encounters an embittered knight who nearly kills her, and who instead is redeemed through her love.


Shadows of Camelot  (Zebra, 1997.)


Merlinís Legacy #4.


                A viking woman is magically kidnapped through time to the court of Camelot.




Aliceís Adventures in Cambridge  (Harvard Lampoon, 1913.)


                Not seen.  The further adventures of Alice of Wonderland fame, though in this case done as a spoof.


EVSLIN, BERNARD  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Adventures of Ulysses, The  (Scholastic, 1969, Bantam, 1979, Point, 1989.)


                A retelling of the Odyssey for younger readers.


Amycus  (Chelsea House, 1989.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Anteus  (Chelsea House, 1988.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Calydonian Boar, The   (Chelsea House, 1989.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Cerberus  (Chelsea House, 1987.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Chimaera, The  (Chelsea House, 1988.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Cyclops, The  (Chelsea House, 1987.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Dolphin Rider and Other Greek Myths, The  (Scholastic, 1976.)


                Collection of stories of the Greek Gods.


Drabne of Dole   (Chelsea House, 1989.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Dragon of Boetia, The  (Chelsea House, 1987.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Fafnir  (Chelsea House, 1989.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Fentis  (Chelsea House, 1992.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Furies, The  (Chelsea House, 1989.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Geryon  (Chelsea House, 1987.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Harpalyce  (Chelsea House, 1992.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Hecate  (Chelsea House, 1988.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Hercules  (Morrow, 1984.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Hydra, The  (Chelsea House, 1989.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Jason and the Argonauts  (Morrow, 1986.)


                Retelling of the legend.


Ladon  (Chelsea House, 1990.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Medusa  (Chelsea House, 1987.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Minotaur, The  (Chelsea House, 1987.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Nemean Lion, The  (Chelsea House, 1990.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Pigís Ploughman, The  (Chelsea House, 1990.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Procrustes  (Chelsea House, 1987.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Scylla and Charybdis  (Chelsea House, 1989.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Sirens, The  (Chelsea House, 1987.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Spear-Birds  (Chelsea House, 1992.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Sphinx, The  (Chelsea House, 1991.)


                Retelling of the myth.


Trojan War, The  (Scholastic, 1971, Bantam, 1979.)


                Retelling of the siege of Troy for younger readers.




Greek Gods, The  (Scholastic, 1966.)


                Collection of stories of the Greek Gods.


Heroes & Monsters of Greek Myth  (Scholastic, 1967, Bantam, 1979.)


                Collection of stories of the Greek Gods.


EVSLIN, DOROTHY  (See collaborations above with Bernard Evslin and Ned Hoopes.)


EWERS, HANS HEINZ  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Sorcererís Apprentice, The  (Day, 1927, translated by Ludwig Lewisohn.)


                Historical fantasy.




Barbarian  (Hyperion, 2004.)


Sons of Dark #1.


                Several teenagers are actually refugees from a magical world.


Becoming, The  (Hyperion, 2004.)


Daughters of the Moon #12.


                One of the daughters feels that she is about to change uncontrollably.


Choice, The  (Hyperion, 2003.)


Daughters of the Moon #9.


                One of the psychically empowered teenagers tries to help a troubled boy and runs into trouble from a shapechanger.


Divine One  (Hyperion, 2007.)


Sisters of Isis #2.


                A teenager with magical powers fears that her secret will be revealed.


Enchantress  (Hyperion 2007.)


Sisters of Isis #3.


A teenager discovers she can use magic, but is caught by surprise when she learns the downside.


Escape  (Hyperion, 2004.)


Sons of Dark #2.


                Teens from a magical world have trouble blending into high school.


Final Eclipse, The  (Hyperion, 2007.)


Daughters of Moon #13.


The final battle against supernatural evil.


Goddess of the Night  (Hyperion, 2000.)


Daughters of Moon #1.


                Two teens, one who can travel in time and one who can become invisible, either cherish their powers or hate them for making them different from the boys they lust after.  For young adults.


Haunting, The  (Hyperion, 2008.)


Sisters of Isis #4.


Young witches are troubled by a ghost.


Into the Cold Fire  (Hyperion, 2000.)


Daughters of the Moon #2.


                Not seen.


Lost One, The  (Hyperion, 2001.)


Daughters of the Moon #6.


                A young girl with the power to move things with her mind suffers amnesia.


Moon Demon  (Hyperion, 2002.)


Daughters of the Moon #7.


                One of the magically empowered teens goes through a relationship crisis.


Night Shade  (Hyperion, 2001.)


Daughters of the Moon #3.


                Not seen.


Night Son  (Volo, 2005.)


Sons of the Dark #4.


                Mysterious disappearances may be significant for four visitors from another reality.


Outcast  (Volo, 2005.)


Sons of the Dark #3.


                Two refugees from a magical world try to blend into ours, but have problems with the only human who knows their secret.


Prophecy, The  (Hyperion, 2004.)


Daughters of the Moon #11.


                A teenager deals with a cursed parchment.


Sacrifice, The  (Hyperion, 2001.)


Daughters of the Moon $5.


                A teen who is dedicated to evil falls in love with a representative of good.


Secret Scroll, The  (Hyperion, 2001.)


Daughters of the Moon #4.


                Not seen.


Summoning, The  (Hyperion, 2007.)


Sisters of Isis #1.


                A teenager discovers that some of her friends are descendants of Egyptian sorcerers.


Talisman, The  (Hyperion, 2003.)


Daughters of the Moon #10.