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Christmas Mystery, The  (Orion, 1998.)


                Children’s story about time travel back to the birth of Christ.


Frog Castle, The  (Dolphin, 1999.)


                Children's story about a boy who meets a prince magically altered into the shape of a frog.


Through a Glass, Darkly  (Phoenix, 1998, Dolphin, 1999.)


                Somewhat didactic novel of a dying girl’s conversations with an angel.




Breath of Snow and Ashes, A  (Delacorte, 2005.)


Outlande #6.


                A woman who traveled back to the 18th Century and found love is caught up in the tensions that led to the American Revolution.


Cross Stitcb.  (See Outlander.)


Dragonfly in Amber  (Delacorte, 1992, Dell, 1993.)


Outlander #2.


The magical couple are transported to historical Scotland for their latest adventure involving a doomed love, a highlander uprising, and the site of ancient magical rites.  Nearly one thousand pages.


Drums of Autumn  (Legend, 1996, Delacorte, 1997, Arrow, 1997.)


Outlander #4.


The time travelling lovers visit the American Revolution.


Fiery Cross, The  (Delacorte, 2001.)


Outlander #5.


                Time travel romance set in the 18th Century.


Outlander  (Delacorte, 1991, Dell, 1992.  Century, 1991, as Cross Stitch.)


Outlander #1.


A young woman and her lover are magically launched on a journey through time.


Voyager  (Delacorte, 1994, Dell, 1994, Legend, 1995.)


Outlander #3.


Further adventures of a couple who can travel magically through time and space.




To Wed a Highland Bride  (Avon, 2007.)


Historical romance with magic. 




Coyote  (Crown, 1990.)


                Allegorical fantasy about a guru, a magic tree, a meteorite, and other matters.




World of the End, The  (Tor, 2013, translated from the Hebrew by Mitch Ginsburg.)


A man visits the afterlife.




Miss Osborne-the-Mop  (World, 1963, Archway, 1969.)


                For younger readers.  A girl discovers that she can perform magic, but things get out of hand when an animated mop refuses to follow her instructions.




Asunder  (Tor, 2011.)


Dragon Age #4.


Fantasy game tie-in.


Calling, The  (Tor, 2009.)


Dragon Age #3.




Dragon Age  (Titan, 2009.)


Dragon Age novel.




Stolen Throne, The  (Tor, 2009.)


Dragon Age #2.




GAILEY, SARAH  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Magic for Liars (Tor, 2020.)


Mystery at a school of magic.


When We Were Magic (Simon Pulse, 2020.)


Teenage witches accidentally causes a death.


GAIMAN, NEIL  (See also collaborations with Terry Pratchett and Gene Wolfe and one that follows.)


American Gods  (Morrow, 2001, Headline, 2001.)


                An ex-convict discovers that the waves of immigrants who came to America brought supernatural entities with them who have taken up residence.


Anansi Boys, The  (Harper, 2005.)


                The protagonist discovers that his deceased father had godlike powers.


Angels and Visitations:  A Miscellany  (Dream Haven, 1993.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Coraline  (Harper, 2002.)


                Children's book about a little girl who finds a doorway to a mysterious world where animals talk.


Fragile Things  (Morrow, 2006.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Neverwhere  (BBC, 1996, Avon, 1997, Headline, 2000.)


                An unlikely hero aids a young woman in distress, and subsequently finds himself disappearing from what he thinks of as the real world.  He has crossed into the realm of a convoluted magical realm that exists beneath London, and he must accomplish a great task if he is ever to return to the surface.


Ocean at the End of the Lane, The (Morrow, 2013.)




Shuggoth's Old Peculiar  (Dreamhaven, 2004.)


Short story published as a pamphlet.


Smoke and Mirrors  (Avon, 1998, Headline, 2000.)


                Collection of mostly unrelated stories.


Stardust  (Avon, 1999, Spike, 2000.)


                In order to win the heart of the woman he loves, the protagonist goes in search of a fallen star, intending to bring it back as a present for her.




Dream Hunters, The  (DC Comics, 1999.)


                Heavily illustrated Sandman adventure with enough text to consider it a prose work as well.


GAITE, FRANCIS.  (See Manning Coles.)




Aria of the Sea  (Winslow, ?, Farrar Straus Giroux, 2003.)


                A teenager in a fantasy world seeks a career as a dancer.


GALENORN, YASMINE  (Also writes Horror.)


Autumn Whispers (Jove, 2013.)


D'Artigo Sisters #13.




Blood Wyne  (Berkley, 2011.)


D'Artigo Sisters #9.


A vampire serial killer and restless ghosts stir the pot.


Bone Magic  (Berkley, 2010.)


D'Artigo Sisters #7.


The paranormal trio have problems with magical rituals, a demon lord, and other entities.


Changeling  (Berkley, 2007.)


D'Artigo Sisters #2.


A woman who shapeshifts into the form of a tabby cat investigates the murders of several werebeings.


Courting Darkness (Jove, 2011.)


D'Artigo Sisters #10.


Three not quite human sisters have further magical adventures.


Crimson Veil (Jove, 2014.)


D'Artigo Sisters #14.




Darkling  (Berkley, 2007.)


D'Artigo Sisters #3.


Three magically talented sisters take on a rogue vampire.


Darkness Raging (Berkley, 2016.)


D'Artigo Sisters #16.




Demon Mistress  (Berkley, 2009.)


D'Artigo Sisters #6.


Ghouls, wizards, and secret societies challenge the three protagonists.


Dragon Wytch  (Berkley, 2008.)


D'Artigo Sisters #4.


Three fey sisters meet a variety of challenges.


Flight from Death (Berkley, 2015.)


Fly by Night #1.


Urban fantasy.


Ghost of a Chance  (Berkley, 2003.)


Chintz & China #1.



Harvest Hunting  (Berkley, 2010.)


D'Artigo Sisters #8.




Harvest of Bones, A  (Berkley, 2005.)


Chintz & China #3




Legend of the Jade Dragon (Berkley, 2004.)


Chintz & China #2




Murder Under a Mystic Moon  (Berkley, 2005.)


Chintz & China #4.


                A murder mystery with mystical powers and a legendary creature.


Night Huntress  (Berkley, 2009.)


D'Artigo Sisters #5.


Old supernatural enemies return to menace the fae sisters.


Night Mist  (Berkley, 2010.)


Indigo Court #1.




Night Seeker  (Berkley, 2012.)


Indigo Court #3.


Vampires vs fairies.


Night's End (Berkley, 2014.)


Indigo Court #5.


War in faerie.


Night Veil (Berkley, 2011.)


Indigo Court #2.




One Hex of a Wedding (Berkley, ?.)


Chintz & China #5.


A witch solves a murder.


Panther Prowling (Jove, 2015.)


D'Artigo Sisters #15.


Werewolf romance.


Shaded Vision  (Berkley, 2012.)


D'Artigo Sisters #11.


Warfare among the various fey races.


Shadow Rising (Jove, 2012.)


D'Artigo Sisters #12.




Witchling  (Berkley, 2006.)


D'Artigo Sisters #1.


                Two sisters, a witch and a vampire, fight on the side of good in an altered version of our world.


GALLAGHER, DIANA G.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Halloween Havoc  (Archway, 1997.)


Sabrina #4.


                A warlock with a weird sense of humor shows up at one of Sabrina’s parties.


Lotsa Luck  (Archway, 1998.)


Sabrina #10.


                Sabrina makes herself a genuine good luck charm, but doesn’t anticipate the side effects.


Now You See Her, Now You Don't  (Archway, 1998.)


Sabrina #16.


                Sabrina is periodically sucked into novels or television shows for brief visits, propelled by an unknown force.


Showdown at the Mall  (Archway, 1997.)


Sabrina #2.


                While working at the mall, Sabrina is helpless against her practical joking friends because her magic has stopped working.


Wake Up Call (Archway, 2001.)


Sabrina #36.


                Sabrina deals with a magical cell phone.


GALLAND, NICOLE (See collaboration with Neal Stephenson.)




Captives (Edge, 2011.)


Druids #2.


Druids fight for freedom.


Druids  (Edge, 2009.)


Druids #1.


Historical novel of druid magic.


GALLICO, PAUL  (Also writes Horror.)


Abandoned, The  (Knopf, 1950. Michael Joseph, 1950, as Jennie.)


                A boy is turned into a cat.


Foolish Immortals, The  (Doubleday, 1953, Michael Joseph, 1953.)


                Not seen.  Immortality.


Jennie.  (See The Abandoned.)


Man Who Was Magic, The  (Doubleday, 1966, Heinemann, 1966, Pan, 1968.)


                A young man visits a hidden town filled with the world’s magicians.  To his dismay, they are all simply show people with lots of tricks and no real magic, which surprises him since his own magic is exactly that.


Manxmouse  (Heinemann, 1968, Coward McCann, 1968.)


                A toy mouse comes to life.




Sorceress of Rome, The  (Page, 1907.)


                Historical romance with some genuine, but minor, magical goings on.




Snake Dreamer  (Delacorte, 1998, Dell Laurel, 2000.)


                After a series of dreams about snakes, a teen travels to Egypt to a special clinic and finds herself in a modern version of the legend of the gorgons.  The doctors who promised to treat her have a dangerous agenda of their own, but she finds some unexpected allies to keep them from exploiting her abilities.


Truly Grim Tales  (Delacorte, 1995.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Caravan  (Heinemann, 1925.)


                Collection of short stories only some of which are fantasy.


GANPAT  (Pseudonym of Martin Louis Gompertz.)


Mirror of Dreams  (Hodder, 1928.)


                Lost world novel with a magical mirror, prescient dreams, and other magical trappings.


Voice of Dashin, The  (Hodder, 1926.)


                Lost race novel in the Haggard tradition, with minor but definite supernatural elements.




Beautiful Creatures  (Little, Brown, 2009.)


Ethan Wate #1.


A young woman under a curse deals with magic.


Beautiful Darkness (Little, Brown, 2010.)


Ethan Wate #2.


Magical events in a small town.


GARCIA Y ROBERTSON, R.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Firebird  (Tor, 2006.)


                A young woman's life is changed when she meets a knight with a magical egg.


Knight Errant  (Forge, 2001.)


Robyn Stafford #1.


                An American woman in Wales is swept into the past and falls in love with a knight from the 15th Century.


Lady Robyn  (Forge, 2003.)


Robyn Stafford #2.


                A young woman who has traveled back to the 14th Century and found love becomes involved in court politics.


Moon Maid and Other Fantastic Adventures, The  (Golden Gryphon, 1998.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Spiral Dance, The  (Morrow, 1991, Avon, 1993.)


                An historical fantasy set in the early days of the Elizabethan era.  Survivors of an unsuccessful rebellion retreat into the north of the British Isles, where they encounter a witch and a friendly werewolf who help them make their escape.


White Rose  (Forge, 2004.)


Robyn Stafford #3.


                A time traveler finds her life complicated by threats of civil war in 15th Century England.




Dragon of the Hill, The  (?, 1963.)




Mermaid’s Daughter, The  (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969, Gollancz, 1969.)




Talargain, the Seal’s Whelp  (Gollancz, 1964, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1965.)




GARDEN, NANCY  (Also writes Horror.)


Door Between, The  (Farrar Strauss & Giroux, 1987.)


Fours Crossing #3.


                A pack of apparently supernatural dogs begin harassing people at the instigation of a mysterious hermit.


Fours Crossing  (Vagabond, 1981, Farrar Strauss & Giroux, 1981.)


Fours Crossing #1.


                Two teens suspect that the endless blizzards that have nearly buried their remote town are not natural.  They solve the mystery of a sometimes invisible dog, a magical artifact, and a mysterious hermit before lifting the curse.


Watersmeet  (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1983.)


Fours Crossing #2.


                Not seen.


GARDNER, CRAIG SHAW  (Note that the Wuntvor series is a sequel to the Ebenezum series.  Also writes Science Fiction and Horror. See also Peter Garrison.)


Bad Day for Ali Baba, A  (Headline, 1991, Ace, 1992.)


Sinbad #2.


                An often hilarious spoof of the Ali Baba story, with a resourceful man stealing the loot of a band of bloodthirsty villains, despite a run of disastrous luck.


Bride of the Slime Monster  (Ace, 1990, Headline, 1990.)


Cineverse #2.


                A horde of movie villains is threatening the worlds of the Cineverse and the gallant hero who should be saving the day is missing.  Our hero sets out to track him down, eluding evil masterminds and killer robots as he searches through a succession of improbable worlds.


Cineverse Cycle, The  (Guild America, 1991.)


                Omnibus of the Cineverse novels.


Difficulty with Dwarves, A  (Ace, 1987, Headline, 1989.)


Wuntvor #1.


                A magician’s apprentice is off on a new quest when efforts to cure his master’s allergy to magic instead make the curse contagious to other sorcerers as well.


Disagreement with Death, A  (Ace, 1989, Headline, 1989.)


Wuntvor #3.


                The unflagging assistant to a wizard must journey to the land of Death personified to rescue his master and others from a fate worse than…well, you get the idea.


Dragon Burning  (Ace, 1996.)


Dragon #3.


                The sorcerous battle has come upon the world at last, and the abductees from our world struggle to sort out their loyalties and find a way to survive a struggle that could result in the destruction of this strange world to which they’ve been brought.


Dragon Sleeping  (Ace, 1994.  Heinemann, 1994, as Raven Walking.)


Dragon #1.


                An entire neighborhood is kidnapped from our world into a magical alternate one where two magical enemies are contending for control of the world.  The involuntary visitors are recruited by both sides in preparation for the ultimate battle.


Dragon Waking  (Ace, 1995, Heinemann, 1995.)


Dragon #2.


                The ultimate battle grows closer as transplanted people from our world try to figure out where their loyalties should lie in a conflict that involves magic, an ancient dragon that may be good or evil or both, and cryptic messages from beings they encounter.


Excess of Enchantments, An   (Ace, 1988, Headline, 1989.)


Wuntvor #2.


                Wuntvor is trapped by a witch who forces him to take part in a series of flawed fables with hilarious results.  He survives his trials and eventually escapes her clutches, hoping to finally complete his mission.


Exploits of Ebenezum, The  (Ace, 1987.)


                Omnibus of the three Ebenezum novels.


Last Arabian Night, The  (Ace, 1993.  Headline, 1992, as Scheherazade’s Night Out.)


Sinbad #3


                Sheherazade has to tell beguiling stories in order to save her life, but in this farcicial version she uses multilayered tales with characters telling stories within stories within stories.


Leprechauns  (Hallmark, 1999, based on the screenplay by Peter Barnes.)


                A man gets mixed up with leprechauns.


Malady of Magicks, A  (Ace, 1986, Headline, 1988.)


Ebenezum #1.


                A wizard cursed to have an allergy to magic sets off to a far city in quest of a cure and has several episodic adventures - published originally as separate stories - along the way.


Multitude of Monsters, A  (Ace, 1986, Headline, 1988.)


Ebenezum #2.


                A traveling wizard and his apprentice run into trouble when they are co-opted by a local community that wants them to use their magic for its welfare, unaware that the wizard is in fact allergic to magic.


Night in the Netherhells, A  (Ace, 1987, Headline, 1988.)


Ebenezum #3.


                A demon destroys the school of magic where Ebenezum hoped to find a cure to his curse, so now his apprentice must conquer the demon heroically in order to save the day.


Other Sinbad, The  (Ace, 1991, Headline, 1991.)


Sinbad #1.


                A sailor named Sinbad is recruited by the real Sinbad for a new round of journeys in this humorous sendup of the classic adventure story.


Raven Walking.  (See Dragon Sleeping.)


Revenge of the Fluffy Bunnies  (Ace, 1990, Headline, 1990.)


Cineverse #3.


                Intruder turned superhero, our protagonist is facing defeat as the balance of power shifts to the bad guys in one movie setting after another.  In the nick of time, he discovers the secret and finally thwarts his arch enemy.


Scheherazade’s Night Out.  (See The Last Arabian Night.)


Slaves of the Volcano God  (Ace, 1989, Headline, 1989.)


Cineverse #1.


                A romp through Hollywood fantasies as a man discovers a magical ring that introduces him to a universe where movie cliches are real.  There he sets out to rescue a kidnapped beauty for a nasty villain in a variety of cinematic settings.


Wanderings of Wuntvor, The  (Doubleday, 1989.)


                Omnibus of the three Wuntvor novels.


Wishbringer  (Avon, 1988.)


                Based on the computer game.  A mailman whose route includes a remote village is perplexed when the entire town is transformed into an evil and dangerous place full of ogres and other dangers.  He eventually finds the secret to restore the normal state of affairs.


GARDNER, JAMES ALAN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Man of Bronze, The  (Del Rey, 2005.)


A Tomb Raider novel.


                Tara Croft battles villains for control of an ancient android.


GARDNER, JOHN  (Also writes Horror.)


Dragon, Dragon and Other Tales  (Knopf, 1975, Bantam Skylark, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories for younger readers.


Grendel  (Knopf, 1971, Ballantine, 1972, Deutsch, 1972,Gollancz, 2004.)


                Retelling of the story of a Norse hero who destroys the monster Grendel and its mother.


Gudgekin and the Thistle Girl and Other Tales  (Knopf, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories for younger readers.


King of the Hummingbirds and Other Tales, The  (Knopf, 1977.)


                Collection of unrelated stories for younger readers.




Smallest Girl Ever, The  (Dolphin, 2000.)


                The adventures of a girl so small she travels in handbags.


GARLAND, MARK  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Sword of the Prophets  (Baen, 1997.)


                A young man with the ability to magically detect the character of swords ignores good advice to set off and become a hero, and in the process encounters a series of magical swords.


GARLAND, MARK & MCGRAW, CHARLES G.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Demon Blade  (Baen, 1994.)


Demon Blade #1.


                An egotistical hero and a host of demons are on a race to capture a magical sword from some mysterious swamp people.  It is the key to restoring a princess to her throne, a throne which is currently held by the demons’ master.


Dorella  (Baen, 1992.)


                A pair of sorceresses wonder if they are the last of their kind, supernatural beings who have been worshipped as gods by many cultures during human history.  But they discover that an ancient evil is still around as well.


Frost  (Baen, 2000.)


Demon Blade #2.


                The protagonist has a magic sword that he would really rather not possess, so he returns to his homeland searching for its rightful owner.  There he finds a usurper on the throne, and a number of people who are ruthless in their determination to steal the weapon.




Alan Garner’s Book of British Fairy Tales  (?, 1984.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Bag of Moonshine, A  (?, 1986, Collier, 2002.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Elidor   (Collins, 1965,  Puffin, 1967, Walck, 1967, Ace, 1968, Fontana Lions, 1980, Ballantine, ?, Magic Carpet, 1999.)


                Four youngsters from our world venture into a magical other realm, steal four artifacts, and bury them back in their home world.  Subsequently, evil creatures cross after them, seeking to regain control of the lost objects.


Fairytales of Gold  (Collins, 1980, Philomel, 1981.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Hamish Hamilton Book of Goblins  (Hamilton, 1969.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Moon of Gomrath, The  (Collins, 1963, Walck, 1967, Ace, 1968,  Fontana Lions, Ballantine, ?. Magic Carpet, 1998, Odyssey, 2006.)


Colin & Susan #2.


                Two children have inadvertently opened the gate and allowed evil forces from legend to enter the modern world.  Aided by a wizard and other allies, they set out to correct their mistake.


Owl Service, The  (Collins, 1967, Walck, 1968, Armada, 1973, Harcourt Brace, 1999.)


                Three youngsters are caught up in the power of an ancient Welsh legend and find themselves being forced to recreate a long ago tragedy, unless they can find a way to a more satisfying outcome.


Red Shift  (Collins, 1973, Macmillan, 1973, Fontana Lions, 1975, Ballantine, 1981.)


                Three men in distant times are linked by a possession of a neolithic artifact that exerts a magical force over their lives.


Weirdstone: A Tale of Aldery, The.  (See The Weirdstone of Brisingamen.)


Weirdstone of Brisingamen, The   (Collins, 1960, Puffin, 1963, Ace, 1966, Walck, 1969, Fontana Lions, ?, Ballantine, ?, Magic Carpet, 1998, Odyssey, 2006. Franklin Watts, 1960, as The Weirdstone: A Tale of Aldery.)


Colin & Susan #1.


                Some children in a remote English village discover that legends are more real than the adult world realizes, and further, that their village is located at a spot where the world of magic impinges on our own.




Heart of the Demon  (Grand Central, 2013.)


Warriors of Rift #2.




Secrets of the Wolf  (Grand Central, 2012.)


Warriors of the Rift #1.






Lady into Fox  (Knopf, 1923, Chatto & Windus, 1924, Norton, 1966.)


Lady into Fox & A Man in the Zoo  (Chatto & Windus, 1928. Knopf, individually, 1923 and 1924, Chatto & Windus, individually 1922 and 1924.  Jointly, Penguin US, 1946, Hogarth, 1985.)


                Two short novels, the first of which is a fantasy about a woman who is changed into a fox, the second of which is a non-fantasy about a man who becomes an exhibit in a zoo.




Papa’s War and Other Satires  (Pelican, 1918, Unwin, 1919.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Magic, The  (Bantam, 1996.)


                Historical romance about a woman who has psychic powers but who is unable to use them against a charming man for whom she feels a great longing.




Twilight of the Gods and Other Tales, The  (Unwin, 1888, Lane, 1903.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


White Dragon, The  (Hart-Davis, 1963, Puffin, 1970.)


                Marginal fantasy about children exploring the nature of dragons and perhaps finding hints of real ones.


GARRETT, RANDALL  (See also collaboration which follows.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Lord Darcy  (Doubleday, 1983.  Baen, 2002, adds some additional short stories.)


                Omnibus of the Lord Darcy volumes Too Many Magicians, Lord Darcy Investigates, and Murder and Magic.


Lord Darcy Investigates  (Ace, 1981.)


Lord Darcy #3.


                Collection of related stories about Lord Darcy’s investigations into murder and other crimes in a parallel universe where magic works.


Murder and Magic  (Ace, 1979.)


Lord Darcy #2.


                Another collection of related stories about Lord Darcy’s investigations.


Too Many Magicians  (Doubleday, 1966, Ace, 1966, MacDonald, 1968, Curtis, 1971, Gregg, 1978.)


Lord Darcy #1.


                A magical alternate version of our world where the Plantaganets rule on both sides of the Atlantic.  Lord Darcy is required to solve a murder mystery that takes place at a convention of sorcerers and wizards.




Pagan Passions  (Beacon, 1959.)


                The Greek gods return to Earth for a low key sex comedy.  A contemporary man must participate in the modern equivalent of various legendary events in order to secure the love of the woman he desires.




Emerald Tablets, The  (Harper, 2011.)


Helix #2.


A quest for magical tablets.


Seventh Wave, The  (Harper, 2011.)


Helix #1.


A teen discovers an occult plot.


GARRISON, PETER   (Pseudonym of Craig Shaw Gardner, whom see.)


Changeling War, The  (Ace, 1999.)


Changeling Saga #1.


                The interface between our world of technology and another one where magic controls everything has been breached, and the two are about to come into conflict.


Magic Dead, The  (Ace, 1999.)


Changeling Saga #3.


                The evil ruler of a magical kingdom plans to meld his own powers with the science of our world in order to seize control over both.


Sorcerer's Gun, The  (Ace, 1999.)


Changeling Saga #2.


                A group of human beings invade the mystical realm known as the Castle in an attempt to defeat its evil and mysterious ruler.  Unfortunately, they are anticipated, and caught in an intricate and deadly trap.


GARTON, RAY  (See also Joseph Locke.  Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


All That Glitters  (Archway, 1998.)


Sabrina #12.


                A teenaged witch has to deal with the tensions surrounding a big school dance.




Dance of Genghis Cohn, The  (New American Library, 1968, Signet, 1969.)


Genghis Cohn #1.


                A German police chief is possessed by the spirit of a Jewish comedian he killed during the second world war.


Gasp, The  (Putnam, 1973, Pocket, 1974.)


                Odd little fantasy about an invisible force that leaves the human body at the moment of death.  Once it has been detected, the government tries to make use of it as a military weapon, but others wonder if this is the human soul itself.


Guilty Head, The  (New American Library, 1969, Signet, 1970.)


Genghis Cohn #2.


                Farcical adventures involving espionage in the South Pacific, the protagonist of which is a dead man in a new body.


GASCOIGNE, MARC  (See collaborations with Carl Sargent.)


GASKELL, ELIZABETH  (Also writes Horror.)


Cousin Phyllis  (Putnam, 1906, Everyman, 1906.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


GASKELL, JANE  (Note that the Atlan series is set in the same world as the Atlantis series.  Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Atlan  (Hodder, 1965, Sphere, 1966, Paperback Library, 1968, Pocket, 1979.)


Atlan #2.


                The protagonist finds herself married to a villainous sorcerer, but she escapes and has a variety of adventures among battling armies, ravening dinosaurs, and other wonders of Atlantis.


City, The  (Hodder, 1966,  St Martins, 1966, Sphere, 1966, Paperback Library, 1968,  Pocket, 1979.)


Atlan #3.


                Cija of Atlantis has more adventures a slave, potential dinner for cannibals, potential snacks for dinosaurs, and so forth.  And now she’s pregnant as well, and the father isn’t entirely human.


Dragon, The  (Tandem, 1975, Pocket, 1979.)


                Second half of The Serpent, which see.


King’s Daughter  (Hutchinson, 1958, Arrow, 1969, Pocket, 1979.)


Atlantis #2.


                In a world dominated by Atlantis and Mu, rival empires, a young woman is kidnapped into slavery and employed as a courtesan in a far land.


Serpent, The  (Hodder, 1963, Sphere, 1966, Paperback Library, 1968.  Note that Tandem, 1975, St Martins, 1977, Pocket, 1979, Futura, 1985, included only the first half.)


Atlan #1.


                A young woman is raised by her mother with the express purpose of seducing and murdering the leader of an enemy army.  She eventually sets out on her mission, but has second thoughts once she is exposed to viewpoints other than those of her home.


Some Summer Lands  (Hodder, 1977, St Martins, 1977, Pocket, 1979, DAW, 1986.)


Atlan #4.


                Cija is off on another round of adventures, this time accompanied by her daughter, amidst warriors, monsters, and wizards.


Strange Evil  (Hutchinson, 1957, Dutton, 1958, Arrow, 1969, Pocket, 1979.)


Atlantis #1.


                A human woman finds shelter among the magical creatures that dwell in a kind of parallel Atlantis, but war in the human world is threatening to spill over and destroy both realities.


Sun Bubble  (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1990.)


                Not seen.


GASKIN, CAROL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Forbidden Towers, The  (Troll, 1985.)


                Not seen.


Magician’s Ring, The  (Troll, 1985.)


                Not seen.


Master of Mazes, The  (Troll, 1985.)


                Not seen.


War of the Wizards, The  (Troll, 1985.)


                Not seen.




Avatar  (Vizetelly, 1888.)


                A man literally loses his soul because of love.


One of Cleopatra’s Nights and Other Fantastic Romances  (Worthington, 1882.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Spirite   (Appleton, 1877. Rand McNally, 1898, as Stronger Than Death.)


                A man falls in love with the spirit of a dead girl and finds various ways to communicate with her.


Stronger Than Death.  (See Spirite.)




Better Part of Darkness, The  (Pocket, 2009.)


Charlie Madigan #1.




Darkest Edge of Dawn, The  (Pocket, 2010.)


Charlie Madigan #2.




Hour of Dust and Ashes, The  (Pocket, 2011.)


Charlie Madigan #3.


A detective battles a drug that facilitates possession.


Shadows Before the Sun (Pocket, 2012.)


Charlie Madigan #4.


A detective goes to a fantasy world to rescue a friend.


GEAR, KATHLEEN O'NEAL  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


It Dreams in Me  (Forge, 2007.)


Black Falcon #3.


                Psychic powers among the tribesmen.


It Sleeps in Me  (Forge, 2005.)


Black Falcon #1.


                Historical fantasy involving a lingering spirit among Native Americans.


It Wakes in Me


Black Falcon #2.






Children of the Dawnland  (Starscape, 2009.)


A primitive child has psychic powers.


GEARY, PATRICIA  (Also writes Horror.)


Living in Ether  (Harper & Row, 1982, Bantam, 1987.)


                A Californian woman leads a predictable life, except that she is in communication with the spirit of her dead brother and that of a Japanese writer.




Behold the Eyes of Light  (Twilight Time, 2004.)


A feline humanoid from another planet enters the mystical plane and encounters creatures from human mythology.


GED, CAER  (Reportedly variously as a pseudonym of David Gerrold or George Proctor. Gerrold indicates it's not him so Proctor appears the most likely.)


Coming of Cormac, The  (Orpheus, 1974.)


                A blend of sword and sorcery and pornography.




Horus Road, The  (Hodder, 2002, Coronet, 2002.)


Lords of Two Lands #3.




Mirage.  (See The Scroll of Saqqara.)


Oasis, The  (Hodder, 2002.)


Lords of Two Lands #2.




Scroll of Saqqara, The  (Viking Penguin, 1991.  HarperCollins, 1991, as Mirage.)


                Not seen.


Stargate  (Dial, 1982, Macmillan, 1982, Penguin, 1983.)


                A story about godlike beings at the dawn of the universe who weaken and fall prey to a superbeing called the Worldmaker, eventually becoming mortal before challenging his supremacy over all of existence.




Laurentine Spy, The  (Solaris, 2009.)


A fallen woman is actually a psychic spy.


Thief with No Shadow  (Solaris, 2007.)


                A woman with supernatural powers must steal a magic necklace to help free her brother.


GEE, MAURICE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Under the Mountain  (Oxford University, 1979.)


                Not seen.


World Around the Corner, The   (Oxford University, 1980, Puffin, ?)


                A pair of magic spectacles give a young girl a very different look at the world around her.


GEIER, CHESTER S. (Also wrote Science Fiction.)


Minions of the Tiger (Armchair, 2015, bound with Founding Father by J.F. Bone. Magazine appearance 1946.)


A man uses hypnotism to turn people into tigers.


GELLIS, ROBERTA  (Also writes Science Fiction. See also collaborations with Mercedes Lackey.)


Bull God  (Baen, 2000.)


                A retelling of the story of the Minotaur.  His sister is the only one whom he loves, but she has a vision in which she learns that unless he is destroyed, her people are doomed.


Dazzling Brightness  (Pinnacle, 1994.)


                Two supernaturally gifted lovers struggle to make a life for themselves despite the wrath of the ancient Greek Gods, who wish to keep them separate.  A fantasy romance novel.


Enchanted Fire  (Pinnacle, 1996.)


A retelling of the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice with emphasis on the romantic aspects.


Shimmering Splendor  (Pinnacle, 1995.)


                A romantic retelling of the story of Eros and Psyche, two starcrossed lovers who met, and loved, under the disapproving eyes of the ancient Greek gods.


Thrice Bound  (Baen, 2001.)


                Hekate seeks to be free of her father's magic and flees to a magical cave.  There she meets and falls in love with an ensorcelled warrior and vows to free him and herself.


GEMMELL, DAVID  (See also collaboration which follows.)


Against the Horde.  (See Legend.)


Bloodstone  (Legend, 1994, Del Rey, 1997.)


Jerusalem  #3.


                A blend of Indiana Jones, the western, horror, and occult adventure as Jon Shannow tracks down a band of magical creatures and mutants who have invaded his world.


Complete Chronicles of the Jerusalem Man, The  (Legend, 1996.)


                Omnibus of Wolf in Shadow, The Last Guardian, and Bloodstone.


Dark Moon (Bantam UK 1996, Corgi, 1997.)


An immortal seeks to wipe out all of humanity.


Dark Prince  (Century, 1991, Del Rey, 1993, Orbit, 1999.)


Parmenion #2.


                A spirit of chaos has possessed Alexander the Great and threatens to use his power to unravel our world, but a powerful warrior joins Alexander and helps him to resist the troublesome spirit and restore sanity and order.


David Gemmell Omnibus, The  (Legend, 1995.)




Drenai Tales  (Legend, 1991, Orbit, 2001.)


                Omnibus of the first three Drenai books plus a short story.


Drenai Tales Volume Two  (Orbit, 2002.)


                Omnibus of Quest for Lost Heroes, Waylander II, and The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend.


Druss the Legend  (Legend, 1994, Del Rey, 1998.)


A Drenai novel.


                A man sets out for revenge on the party of slavers who slaughtered everyone in his home village.


Echoes of the Great Song  (Bantam UK, 1997, Del Rey, 2002.)


                In the aftermath of a catastrophe that ravages the Earth, two moons appear in the sky, heralding a new type of reality for those who have survived.


First Chronicles of Druss the Legend, The  (Legend, 1993, Orbit, 1998.)


                Collection of related stories.


Ghost King  (Century Hutchinson, 1988, Del Rey, 1996, Orbit, 1999.)


Stones of Power #1.


                The king has been assassinated and the sorcerous queen is enforcing her rule through the use of savage warriors and even more frightening creatures of the supernatural.  Opposed to her is a reluctant hero who must travel to a fabulous land to retrieve an artifact that will protect against her power.


Hawk Eternal, The  (Legend, 1996.)


Hawk Queen #2.


                The highland clans are so involved with feuding with one another that they are ill prepared for an invasion of not entirely human creatures from another world, to say nothing of a hideous monster.  But there’s one among them who senses the danger and has the personal courage and presence to organize a resistance.


Hero in the Shadows  (Del Rey, 2000.)


A Drenai novel.


                An ancient spell has begun to fade and the wards against another world are opening.  Through them will return a band of sorcerers who created an army of half human, half animal creatures to menace the world.  The passage of time has dimmed memory, and now there is no army waiting to oppose them, just a small band of warriors.


In the Realm of the Wolf  (?, 1992, Del Rey, 1998.  Orbit, 1998, as Waylander II.)


A Drenai novel.


                A one time hero is not hunted by his old enemies, as well as some new ones, as he and his daughter try to escape the bounty hunters on their trail.


Ironhand’s Daughter  (Legend, 1995, Del Rey, 2004.)


Hawk Queen #1.


                The savage Outlanders have conquered the Highlander lands, and a young princess is the figurehead of the old ruling class.  But in the fringes, a new hero has arisen who is destined to free his people once again and restore the old rulers.


Jerusalem Man.  (See Wolf in Shadow.)


King Beyond the Gate, The  (Century, 1985, Ace New Infinities, 1988, Del Rey, 1995, Orbit, 1998.)


Drenai #23.


                The Drenai have finally defeated their attackers, but now they face a more insidious threat.  Their new ruler has gone insane and is using the dark arts to create warriors that are only partially human, with which he can now oppress his own people far more savagely than would their human enemies.


Knights of Dark Renown  (Legend, 1989, Del Rey, 1993.)


                Nine magically equipped knights once kept their land free, but now eight have disappeared through a gateway to another world, and the one remaining has been branded a coward, unable to defend his people against savage invaders.  Or is he?


Last Guardian, The  (Legend, 1989, Del Rey, 1997.)


Jerusalem #2.


                A cataclysm in ancient Atlantis causes a disruption of time and a supernatural force of incredible evil is released into the contemporary world.  There it is opposed by Jon Shannow, a mysterious heroic figure.


Last Sword of Power  (Hutchinson, 1988, Del Rey, 1996, Orbit, 1999.)


Stones of Power #2.


                Uther Pendragon must be freed from Hell itself by means of magical stones of power so that he can lead an army against a creature who plans to let loose the monsters from Hell onto the land of the living.


Legend  (Century, 1984, Del Rey, 1994, Orbit, 1998.  Ace New Infinities, 1988, as Against the Horde.)


Drenai #1.


                A vastly outnumbered mountain community defends itself for hordes of barbaric invaders by means of a legendary fortress, whose reputation as impregnable may finally be proven wrong.


Legend of Deathwalker, The (Del Rey,1986)


A Drenai novel.


A famous warrior has various adventures.


Lion of Macedon  (Century, 1990, Del Rey, 1992, Orbit, 1999.)


Parmenion #1.


                A seeress foresees disaster for Greece unless a young boy can be raised and trained as a superior warrior whose life will intersect with that of Philip of Macedon and alter the course of history.


Lord of the Silver Bow  (Del Rey, 2005.)


Troy #1.


                The first part of a trilogy retelling the story of the Trojan War.


Lost Crown, The  (Hutchinson, 1989.)


                Not seen.


Midnight Falcon  (Bantam UK, 1999, Del Rey, 2001.)


Rigante #1.


                A young warrior becomes an outcast and travels to a far land where a chance encounter results in his being relegated to the gladiatorial games, where he must prove his mettle.


Morningstar  (?, 1992, Del Rey, 1993.)


                Hordes of savage warriors, aided by magic and led by vampiric rulers, lay waste to the countryside until the Highland people are finally organized behind a heroic figure who leads them to victory against their cruel oppressors.


Quest for Lost Heroes  (Legend, 1990, Del Rey, 1995, Orbit, 1998.)


Drenai #4.


                The Drenai stronghold has fallen at last and slavers are carrying off its people.  But a young man enlists the aid of a number of unlikely companions as he rides to the rescue of one young girl, and by doing so changes the course of history for his entire people.


Ravenheart  (Del Rey, 2001.)


Rigante #2.


                A young boy struggles to find a purpose for life in a land that has been conquered, and where his people are looked upon as second class citizens.


Second Chronicles of Druss the Legend, The  (Legend, 1995.)


                Collection of related stories.


Shield of Thunder  (Del Rey, 2007.)


Troy #2.


                The siege of Troy is underway.


Stones of Power  (Legend, 1992.)


                Omnibus of Wolf in Shadow, Ghost King, Last Sword of Power, and The Last Guardian.


Stormrider  (Del Rey, 2002.)


Rigante #3.


                As the battle between tribes grows more heated, two old enemies must face each other at last.


Swords of Light and Day, The  (Del Rey, 2004.)


A Drenai novel.


                Two legendary heroes engage in escapes, rescues, and battles in a land filled with magic.


Waylander  (Hutchinson, 1986, Arrow, 1986, Ace New Infinities, 1988, Del Rey, 1995, Orbit, 1998.)


Drenai #3.


                The man who killed the king of the Drenai finds himself now cast in the role of their protector.  To turn back an overwhelming force of invading barbarians, he must undertake a perilous journey to retrieve an outfit of magical armor.


Waylander II  (?, 1992.  See In the Realm of the Wolf.)


White Knight, Black Swan  (?, 1993.)


                For younger readers.


White Wolf  (Del Rey, 2003.)


A Drenai novel.


                Two heroic warriors who don't particularly care for each other are forced to unite against a plague of werecreatures.


Winter Warriors  (Corgi, 1997, Del Rey, 2000.)


Drenai #5.


                Not seen.


Wolf in Shadow  (Century, 1987, Del Rey, 1997, Legend, 1998.  Baen, 1988, as The Jerusalem Man.)


Jerusalem  #1.


                After a shift in the world’s axis that destroys civilization and restores magic, a hero battles against an evil ruler and his inhuman army.




Troy: Fall of Kings  (Del Rey, 2007.)


Troy #3.


Retelling of the final days of the siege of Troy.


GEMMELL, STELLA  (See collaboration with David Gemmell.)


City, The  (Ace, 2013.)






Golden Cord, The  (Five Star, 2008.)


Iron Dragon #1.


War on a planet of flying dragons.


GENTLE, MARY  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


1610: A Sundial in a Grave  (Gollancz, 2003, Harper, 2005.)


                An assassin flees after killing the king of France in an alternate history where magic works.


Architecture of Desire  (Bantam UK, 1991, Roc, 1993.)


White Crow #2.


                In Renaissance Europe, rival magical forces contend for control of architecture in the city of London, because by doing so they can seize control of the Empire and later the world.


Ash 1: A Secret History  (Gollancz, 1997.)


                The entire Ash series published as a single novel.


Ash: A Secret History (Avon Eos, 2000.)


Ash #1.


                A young woman warrior in a magical world somewhat resembling the 15th Century is troubled by voices which only she can hear.  She discovers that it is not God speaking to her, but something infinitely more disturbing.


Carthage Ascendant   (Avon Eos, 2000.)


Ash #2.


                In an alternate world, 15th Century Europe is falling to the armies of Carthage.  Ash, a mercenary, hears voices in her head which appear to originate in a kind of magical battle computer being used by the enemy.  She decides to organize a force to destroy the computer and undermine the enemy's military strategy.


Cartomancy  (Gollancz, 2004.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Grunts  (Bantam UK, 1992, Roc, 1995.)


                An unusual humorous fantasy told from the point of view of a minor orc officer who is fighting for the evil side in the usual ultimate battle of good and evil, knows it, knows he’s doomed, but fights anyway.


Hawk in Silver  (Gollancz, 1977, Lothrop, Lee, & Shepard, 1985, Signet, 1986.)


                A magic coin provides the key to a gateway into a magical realm on Earth.  There an intruder from our world finds herself playing a pivotal role in the conflict between two magical powers.


Ilario: The Lion’s Eye  (Gollancz, 2006.)


                Prequel to Ash.  An alternate world where the ancient civilizations interacted differently.


Left to His Own Devices  (Orbit, 1994.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Rats and Gargoyles  (Bantam UK, 1990, Roc, 1992.)


White Crow #1.


                In a timeless city where intelligent rats rule and humans are slaves, there are forces of revolution stirring in this richly detailed, complex novel of a very original society.


Under the Penitence  (PS, 2004.)


                An excerpt from Ilario: The Lion’s Eye.


White Crow (Gollancz, 2003.)


                Omnibus of the two White Crow novels and associated short stories.


Wild Machines, The  (Gollancz, 1998, Avon, 2000.)


Ash #3.


                Strange historical adventure involving anachronistic technology set in 15th Century France.




Neverstall  (Wizards of the Coast, 2007.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


The entire complement of a remote fortress mysteriously disappears.




Timeless Warrior  (Zebra, 1996.)


The painting of an Indian sends a woman back through time to meet him and, not surprisingly, falls in love with him.  A romance novel.


GEORGE, MELANIE  (See collaboration with Christine Feehan.)


GEORGE, TERESA  (Pseudonym of Teresa Howard, who writes romances under that name.)


Wings of Love  (Zebra, 1996.)


                An angel has to intercede to help a woman find her true love.  A romance novel.


Yesterday’s Promise  (Pinnacle, 1995.)


                After a series of dreams about her ancestors, a woman finds herself back in the days of the Civil War, and in the arms of the first man she has ever truly loved.




Ithaka  (Harcourt, 2005.)


                A retelling of the aftermath of the Trojan War.


Troy  (Harcourt, 2001.)


                A retelling of the story of the siege of Troy involving intercession by the gods.




Barry Trotter and the Dead Horse  (Gollancz, 2004.)


Barry Trotter #3.


                Prequel to the first two parodies.


Barry Trotter and the Shameless Parodies  (Gollancz, 2006.)


                Omnibus of all three Barry Trotter books.


Barry Trotter and the Shameless Parody  (Gollancz, 2002.  Fireside, 2002, as Barry Trotter and the Unauthorized Parody.)


Barry Trotter 1.


                Parody of the Harry Potter books.


Barry Trotter and the Unauthorized Parody  (See Barry Trotter and the Shameless Parody.)


Barry Trotter and the Unnecessary Sequel  (Gollancz, 2003.)


Barry Trotter #2.


                More spoof of the popular series.


Chronicles of Blarnia, The  (Gollancz, 2006.)


                Spoof of the Narnia series by C.S. Lewis.


GERHARDI, WILLIAM & LUNN, BRIAN  (Gerhardi also writes Science Fiction.)


Memoirs of Satan, The  (Cassell, 1932.)


                Not seen.




Double Vision  (Doubleday, 1972, Popular Library, ?)


                A valuable artifact magically transports a man back through time where he solves a mystery and finds romance.  Not meant as or packaged as a time travel romance, but that’s essentially what this is.


GESTON, MARK S.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Siege of Wonder, The  (DAW, 1976.)


                Cross genre adventure involving an attempt by scientists to find the rational basis of demonstrable magic.




Vrouw Grobellar’s Leading Cases  (Blackwood, 1905, Nelson, 1918.)


                Collection of related stories.




Shadow of the Minotaur  (Dolphin, 1999.)


Games #1.


                A computer game catapults a young boy into a world where the Minotaur and Perseus are real.


Vampyr Legion (Dolphin, 2000.)


Games #2.


                Not seen.


Warriors of the Raven  (Dolphin, 2001.)


Games #3.


                Lost inside a computer game, a youngster confronts the Norse gods.


Whose Side Are You On?  (Dolphin, 2000.)


                A youngster travels back through time to witness the rebellion of slaves on a plantation.




Pawns in Ice  (Jarrolds, 1948.)


                A meeting of the veterans of World War III.


GIBSON, EDMUND  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


It May Be So  (Greenwich, 1958.)


                Not seen. 




Stuff of Legends  (Ace, 2010.)


A sendup of the quest story.


GILBERT, STEPHEN  (Also writes Horror.)


Landslide, The  (Faber, 1943.)


                Not seen.  A parallel world.




Foggerty’s Fairy and Other Tales  (Routledge, 1890.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Wizard of the Mountain, The  (Strahan, 1867.)


                Collection of related stories about a magician.




Stone Dragon and Other Tragic Romances, The  (Methuen, 1894.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Tibby  (Neale, 1904.)


                Not seen.  Psychic abilities.




Brink of Darkness, The (Bloomsbury, 2018.)




Dragon of the Island  (Pinnacle, ?)


Dragon #1.


                Not seen.


Dragon’s Dream  (Pinnacle, 1996.)


Dragon #2.


                An historical romance involving the Celts, including a woman with psychic powers.




Light Bearer, The   (Berkley, 1994.)


                Marginal historical fantasy set during the days of the Roman Empire.  Includes ambiguous magic.




Magic's Silken Snare  (DAW, 2003.)


Silken Magic #1.


                A woman travels to an island kingdom to investigate the death of her sister and discovers that her magic powers are needed.


Silken Shroud, The  (DAW, 2004.)


Silken Magic #2.


                A dead woman's body is stolen by a magician who hopes to use her residual life force to fuel his ambitious magical project.


Sovereign Silk (DAW, 2017.)


Silken Magic #3.


A magical kingdom is upset by an assassination plot.


GILLILAND, ALEXIS  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Lord of the Troll Bats   (Del Rey, 1992.)


Wizenbeak #3.


                The wizard protagonist sees all of his plans going awry.  His enemies have sent dragons and other creatures to attack his allies, and the woman who is supposed to rule the kingdom has gone missing at a crucial hour.


Shadow Shaia, The  (Del Rey, 1990.)


Wizenbeak #2.


                The war of succession appears to be over, but it’s just in hiatus while an evil queen plots against a kindly magician and the woman to whom he has given the throne of a mighty kingdom.


Wizenbeak  (Del Rey, 1986, Bluejay, 1986.)


Wizenbeak #1.


                A peaceful wizard is accused of black magic as various contenders to the throne of a great kingdom begin manipulating their would be subjects in a destructive political struggle.  Ultimately he must use his magic to put a woman on the throne, but she’s a non-magical twin of the evil witch who sought that position.




Strange Birds  (Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, 2006.)


                An orphan discovers magic.




Boy from the Burren, The  (Roc, 1990, Headline, 1991.)


Book of the Painter #1.


                A young boy is purchased from his drunken father by the member of a secretive group who believes the youngster to be the one foretold to play a pivotal role in an epic battle.  The boy himself is an accomplished artist who is less interested in the martial arts.


Crystal Keep, The  (Signet, 1988, Headline, 1989.)


Greenbriar #2.


                The forces of evil are advancing on Princess Ariadne and her followers, and in order to try to prevent the overwhelming of their world, they resort to risky magic of their own.


Emperor of Earth-Above  (Roc, 1993, Headline, 1993.)


Book of the Painter #3.


                Presumed dead, a warrior has a new set of adventures among a strange people.


Giant of Inishkerry, The  (Roc, 1992, Headline, 1992.)


Book of the Painter #2.


                The protagonist joins a pirate band and has many adventures including the rescue of an influential woman.


Greenbriar Queen  (Signet, 1988, Headline, 1989.)


Greenbriar #1.


                A cruel usurper and his evil sorcerous ally have seized the throne of Illyria.  In order to guarantee their continued rule and introduce into the world a supernatural minion, they must sacrifice the princess who is the legitimate heir to the throne, but a number of retainers have hidden her away.


Ritnym’s Daughter  (Signet, 1989, Headline, 1990.)


Greenbriar #3.


                Just as it appears that the forces of good have gained the upper hand, an agent of evil steals the magical artifact which is the source of Princess Ariadne’s power.




Isles of the Forsaken (Chizine, 2015.)




Ison of the Isles  (Chizine, 2012.)






Clairvoyant Countess, The  (Doubleday, 1975, Crest, 1975.)


Countess #1.


                A woman with psychic powers investigates a puzzling murder, as well as several lesser problems.  Features a remarkably likable protagonist and an unusual and refreshing light touch.


Kaleidoscope  (Ballantine, 2002.)


Countess #2.


                A genuine psychic helps solve a mystery.


Maze in the Heart of the Castle, The  (Doubleday, 1983, Juniper, 1991.)


                An orphan consults a wizard and is shown the doorway into a maze that encompasses a dangerous and exciting world where he might find a new future for himself.


GILMAN, FELIX  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Gears of the City (Bantam, 2009.)


Ararat #2.


A quest in a dying, magical city.


Half-Made World, The  (Tor, 2010.)


City #1.


Conflict in a fantasy world vaguely resembling the Old West.


Rise of Ransom City, The (Tor, 2012.)


City #2.




Thunderer  (Bantam, 2008.)


Ararat #1.


Rebellion and mystery in a possibly infinite city.



Cloud & Ashes: Three Winter's Stores  (Small Beer, 2009.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Moonwise  (Roc, 1991.)


                Two friends have spent much of their time collaboratively creating a magical other world, but now one of them seems to have quite literally disappeared into their creation, and her friend feels compelled to follow.


GILMAN, LAURA ANNE  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Blood from Stone  (Luna, 2009.)


Wren Valere #6.


A woman with magical talents tracks down a kidnapper.


Bring It On  (Luna, 2006.)


Wren Valere #3.


                Wren is suspicious of her partner's connections to his prior employer.


Burning Bridges  (Luna, 2007.)


Wren Valere #4.


                A woman steps to the forefront when a series of attacks is launched against people who use magic.


Curse the Dark  (Luna, 2005.)


Wren Valere #2.


                The search for a magical artifact turns deadly.


Dragon Justice  (Luna, 2012.)




Flesh and Fire  (Pocket, 2009.)


Vineart War #1.


The appearance of strange creatures and events troubles a magic land.


Free Fall  (Luna, 2008.)


Wren Valere  #5.


A magical war gets underway in Manhattan.


Morgain’s Revenge (Harper, 2006.)


Grail Quest #2.


                A serving girl with magical powers is kidnapped as part of a plot to keep King Arthur from finding the Holy Grail.


Shattered Vine, The  (Gallery, 2011.)


Vineart War #3.


Someone has upset the magical balance of power.


Silver on the Road (Saga, 2015.)


A young woman seeks her destiny in a magical version of the Old West.


Staying Dead  (Luna, 2004.)


Wren Valere #1.


                A woman with the magical power to find things in an alternate version of our New York City becomes involved in a mysterious robbery of a magical artifact.


Weight of Stone  (Gallery, 2010.)


Vineart War #2.


A quest to discover what is undercutting benevolent magic.


GILMOUR, H.B. & REISFELD, RANDI  (Also writes Horror.)


Building a Mystery  (Scholastic, 2001.)


Witches #2


                Twin sisters with magical powers investigate their own origin and encounter a strange young man.


Seeing is Deceiving  (Scholastic, 2001.)


Witches #3.


                Two youngsters are capable of reading people’s minds, but they are pursued by an evil creature.




Cat and the Curate, The  (Stokes, 1934.)


                A cat is turned into a seductive woman.


City of the Sorcerer, The  (Hutchinson, 1934.)


                Not seen.


Lost Island, The  (Boys Own Paper, 1910.)


                Not seen.


Realm of the Wizard King  (Boys Own Paper, 1922.)


                Not seen.




Phantoms and Fugitives  (Sheed and Ward, 1964.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


GJOVAAG, ERIC  (See collaboration with Karyl Carlson.)




Blood Storm  (Ace, 1989.)


Teot #2.


                A terrible war continues as new weapons of mass destruction are introduced to the conflict between two rival contenders to the throne.


Teot’s War  (Ace, 1987.)


Teot #1.


                A desert warrior teams up with a beleaguered king to start a war that will restore the rightful ruler to the throne.




Full Fathom Five (Tor, 2014.)


Craft Sequence #3.


A mystery surrounds the destruction of a god machine.


Last First Snow (Tor, 2015.)


Three Parts Dead  (Tor, 2012.)


Craft Sequence #1.


The god protecting a steam powered city is murdered.


Two Serpents Rise  (Tor, 2013.)


Craft Sequenceb #2.


Gods and demons are involved in the politics of an imaginary city.




Twelve, The (Vanguard, 2009.)


The protagonist is fulfilling a Mayan prophecy.




Change of Mind, A   (Barrie, 1959, Ace UK, 1961.)


                Two people find themselves in each other’s bodies.


GLASS, ISABEL  (Pseudonym of Lisa Goldstein, whom see.)


Daughter of Exile  (Tor, 2004.)


Angarred #1.


                A woman seeks justice for her murdered father and discovers that the queen is dying and that the king has been put under a magical spell.


Divided Crown, The  (Tor, 2005.)


Angarred #2.


                The young king is the target of an assassination plot, and the people most likely to help him are not welcome at court.




Apocalypse 2012  (Tor, 2010.)


Scientists try to avert the wrath of the gods.




Clicking Stones  (Naiad, 1989.)


                Love evolves between two women who share the gift of making magical stones emit glorious light when they are struck against one another, and they become leaders of a world movement.




Pure Dead Magic  (Random House, 2001.)


                Various complications when a new governess turns out to be a witch.  For younger readers.




First One and Twenty  (Unwin, 1946.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


It Makes a Nice Change  (Nicholson & Watson, 1938.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


GLOSSOP, REGINALD  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Orphan of Space, The  (MacDonald, 1926.)


                Earth magic is invoked to defeat a Communist dictator.


GLUCKMAN, JANET  (See Janet Berliner.  Also writes Horror. )


GLUT, DONALD F.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Chomper  (Random House, 2000.)


Dinotopia #11.


                A young gigantosaurus is rescued and taken to a village, but its appetite soon outstrips the local resources.




Kalevide, The  (Bantam, 1982.)


                A retelling of the legend of the Kalevide, a magnificent warrior from Estonian legend, who battles magic and mundane villains.




Amazing Spectacles  (Long, 1931.)


                Not seen.  Magical glasses.


GODWIN, PARKE  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Beloved Exile  (Bantam, 1984.)


Firelord #2.


                Guinevere struggles to hold the kingdom together after the death of King Arthur.


Firelord  (Doubleday, 1980, Bantam, 1982, Futura, 1985, Avon, 1994.)


Firelord #1.


                An attempt at a realistic retelling of the legend of King Arthur, his legendary exploits and defeats, and the opposition of Morgana and her fairy derived powers.


Last Rainbow, The  (Bantam, 1985, Avon, 1995.)


                A Christian priest comes to the land of the Celts to spread his religion, and discovers himself in a land that not only still worships the pagan gods, but one in which the ancient magic is still present.


Robin and the King  (Morrow, 1993.)


Robin Hood #2.


                Robin Hood travels to France to save the king’s life and finally gain assistance for his people back in England.  Very marginal.


Sherwood  (Morrow, 1991, Avon, 1992.)


Robin Hood #1.


                Fantasy by courtesy only, this is a long, detailed retelling of the legend of Robin Hood, his fall from the aristocracy, his creation of the men of Sherwood Forest, his battles against the corrupt nobility, and his eventual triumph.  Arguably a fantasy parallel history.


Tower of Beowulf, The  (Morrow, 1995, Avon, 1996.)


                A recasting of the saga of Beowulf, raised as a warrior, ultimately forced to descend into a nest of monsters and destroy them in order to protect his people.


Truce with Time, A  (Bantam, 1988.)


                A humorous love story interspersed with ghosts.  An unsuccessful writer hopes that meeting the right woman has finally put his life on the right track.




Garden of Eve, The  (Harcourt, 2007.)


A woman discovers a magical apple orchard.


GOLDBERG, D.G.K.  (Also writes Horror.)


Skating on the Edge  (Ipublish, 2001.)


                In a variant contemporary America, a vampire, a shapechanger, a human, and others set out on a comical quest.


GOLDEN, CHRISTIE  (See Jadrien Bell. Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Before the Storm (Del Rey, 2018.)


A Warcraft novel.


Dance of the Dead  (TSR, 1992.)


A Ravenloft novel.


                A singer aboard a river boat finds danger and horror when they stop at an island inhabited by the living dead and some of the zombies seem particularly interested in her.


Enemy Within, The  (TSR, 1994.)


                A benevolent aristocrat has a dark secret.  Periodically he is physically transformed into an evil half man, half beast that preys upon the subjects he helps when in his normal form.


In Stone's Grasp  (Luna, 2005.)


Arulan #2.


                A woman seeks the help of a legendary warrior.


Instrument of Fate  (Ace, 1996.)


                A wandering minstrel woman has adventures among elves and demons in a magical realm.


King’s Man and Thief  (Ace, 1997.)


                A land plagued by magically derived madness is rescued by an heroic figure who has the ability to heal with a touch, and the determination to track down the author of the land’s distress and deal with it directly.


Lord of the Clans  (Pocket, 2001.)


A Warcraft novel.


                An orc who was cruelly treated by his human masters rebels against them and becomes an influential leader in a series of ensuing battles.


On Fire's Wings  (Luna, 2004.)


Arukan #1.


                A young girl given a job as handmaiden to a jealous woman is unaware of the fact that she is the illegitimate daughter of her master, lead of his clan.  When she develops a magical power to control fire, her status becomes even more uncertain.


Rise of the Horde  (Pocket, 2006.)


A Warcraft novel.


                A new race threatens to alter the balance of power between humans and orcs.


Rise of the Lich King  (Pocket, 2009.)


A Warcraft novel.




Vampire of the Mists  (TSR, 1991.)


A Ravenloft novel.


                A vampire elf and a vampire human contend against one another in the magical realm of the Ravenloft shared universe series.




Blood of the Four (Harper Voyager, 2018.)


Mind the Gap  (Bantam, 2008.)


Hidden Cities #1.


A fugitive takes refuge in a secret magical culture within London.


Shadow Men, The  (Spectra, 2011.)


A magical abduction.


GOLDIN, STEPHEN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Crystals of Air and Water  (Bantam, 1989.)


Parsina #3.


                The adventurers are on the final leg of their quest to recreate a magical object that will allow them to turn back an invading army led by a supernatural being, and remove from the throne a pretender with sorcerous inclinations.


Shrine of the Desert Mage  (Bantam, 1988.)


Parsina #1.


                Someone has stolen a magic urn in which is imprisoned a djinn whose release could empower its master with a veritable army of demons.  Three friends set out on a perilous adventure to recover the urn before disaster overcomes the world.


Storyteller and the Jann, The  (Bantam, 1988.)


Parsina #2.


                The evil spirit has been released from his magical imprisonment and is devastating every community he encounters.  An evil woman has usurped the throne of a nearby kingdom and is persecuting its subjects.  Our heroes set out to find a magical artifact to imprison the spirit and turn the tide of battle against their mortal enemy.


GOLDMAN, WILLIAM  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Princess Bride, The  (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973, Ballantine, 1974, Futura, 1988, Buccaneer, 1995.)


                Good humored, witty, well told fantasy adventure about a man who becomes a pirate, rescues a beautiful maiden, befriends a giant and a swordsman, thwarts a villain, and outwits a master criminal.


Silent Gondoliers, The  (Del Rey, 1983.  Some editions credit S. Morgenstern as the author.)


                Marginal fantasy about the reason the gondoliers of Venice all stopped singing one day.




From Dream to Dream  (Baen, 2006.)


                A magical battle ensues when dreams start to become real.




Michael and the Secret War  (Angus & Robertson, 1985, Atheneum, 1989.)


                Manifestations of a mysterious war of realities intrude into the life of an otherwise normal boy, who finds himself caught up in a battle between contending magical forces.


GOLDSTEIN, LISA  (Also writes Science Fiction.  See also Isabel Glass.)


Alchemist's Door, The  (Tor, 2002.)


                John Dee travels to Prague where he helps build a working golem.


Daily Voices  (Pulphouse, 1989.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Dark Cities Underground   (Tor, 1999.)


                A journalist interviewing the man whose childhood was supposedly the inspiration for a series of novels discovers that they were essentially true stories.  The two of them become involved in a new adventure involving the quest for a treasure hidden in an underground world.


Dream Years, The  (Bantam, 1985, Unwin, 1986.)


                A novelist in the 1920’s is magically transported through time to 1968, where he interacts with the artistic community there, which had its roots in his own time.


Red Magician, The  (Pocket, 1982, Unwin, 1987, Tor, 1995.)


                A magician warns a village of a horde of satanic creatures, but is branded a heretic by the local rabbi.  Then the demons show up, and two magicians must battle to the end to determine the fate of the community.


Strange Devices of the Sun and Moon  (Tor, 1993.)


                During the reign of Elizabeth I, the faerie queen and her entourage arrive in London in search of her lost son.  The magical sequences are interspersed with genuine historic events.


Summer King, Winter Fool  (Tor, 1994.)


                The god of summer has become so enamored of the human world that he refuses to return to the sky, thereby setting off an endless winter.  A young nobleman explores the ruined cities and discovers the truth about himself.


Tourists  (Simon & Schuster, 1989, Orb, 1994.)


                Often surreal novel of a family that moves to a mythical country and discovers various secrets about themselves and about their new homeland.


Travellers in Magic  (Tor, 1994.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Walking the Labyrinth  (Tor, 1996.)


                A woman investigating the magical history of her family discovers not only that the legends are true, but that she is in terrible danger unless she can find others of her relatives to help her before she is tracked down by an organization that means her harm.


GOLDSTON, ROBERT C.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Eighth Day, The  (Rinehart, 1956.)


                A monk performs miracles.




When There Is Hope  (St Martins, 1996.)


                Following an accident, a woman wakes up in a body in 19th Century Newport and has great difficulty adjusting to living in that restrictive culture.




Blood of the Fold  (Tor, 1996, Orion, 1997.)


Sword of Truth #3.


                Just when one magical villain is defeated, another rises in his wake.  An evil emperor with the power to control people through dreams is the latest to menace the Seeker and the woman he loves.


Chainfire  (Tor, 2004.)


Sword of Truth #10.


                Universal amnesia about the existence of the woman he loves drives Richard Rahl to a new adventure.


Confessor  (Tor, 2007.)


Sword of Truth #12.


The final battle for the future of the world.


Death's Mistress (Tor, 2017.)


Debt of Bones  (Gollancz, 2001.)


Sword of Truth #8.


                A prequel to the ongoing series.


Faith of the Fallen  (Tor, 2000, Gollancz, 2000.)


Sword of Truth #6.


                Two lovers are separated, one a prisoner, one determined to raise an army with which to defeat the invading army of an evil group pledged to world domination.


Naked Empire  (Tor, 2003.)


Sword of Truth #9.


                Once again the protagonists find themselves in bondage, this time while searching for an antidote to the poison one of them has taken.


Omen Machine, The  (Tor, 2011.)


Sword of Truth #13.


A mystical machine threatens the world.


Phantom  (Tor, 2006.)


Sword of Truth #11.


                Richard's magical wife is missing again, and this time it may mean the end of the world.


Pillars of Creation, The  (Tor, 2001, Gollancz, 2001.)


Sword of Truth #7.


                Our heroes are beset by a seemingly endless winter and the threat of invasion by an overwhelming army.  They are assisted by a young woman who has long been tormented by unpleasant visions.


Severed Souls (Tor, 2014.)


Sword of Truth




Shroud of Eternity (Tor, 2018.)


Soul of the Fire  (Tor, 1999, Millennium, 1999.)


Sword of Truth #5.


                The effort to defeat one evil leads to the release of an even greater one into the world, and those responsible must find a way to put a leash on this new supernatural force.


Stone of Tears  ( Tor, 1995, Millennium, 1995, Orion, 1998.)


Sword of Truth #2.


                Although the villain was destroyed in the first volume, the god of the dead and the naivete of the hero  restores him to life for another round of battles in the even longer sequel.


Sword of Truth Trilogy, The  (Gollancz, 2006.)


                Omnibus of the first three novels in the series.


Temple of the Winds  (Tor, 1997, Orion, 1997, Millennium, 1998.)


Sword of Truth #4.


                There’s no rest for the heroes even after the villain is vanquished, as now they are faced with the evil sorcerer’s equally nasty brother, and a mundane ruler who sends assassins to eliminate potential rivals for world power.


Third Kingdom, The  (Tor, 2013.)


Sword of Truth #14.


More adventures.


Warheart (Tor, 2015.)


Sword of Truth


Wizard’s First Rule  (Tor, 1994, Millennium, 1994, Orion, 1998.)


Sword of Truth #1.


                Well told, standard fantasy quest adventure with a simple woodsman finding himself playing an important role in the resistance of his world to the evil powers of a corrupt and ambitious sorcerer and his various minions and allies.




Eon  (Viking, 2008.)




A feisty young woman battles dragons and other enemies.


GOODMAN, DEBORAH  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Magic of the Unicorn, The  (Bantam, 1985.)


                Multi-path gamebook.


Throne of Zeus, The  (Bantam, 1985.)


                Multi-path gamebook.


GOODMAN, JULIUS  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Horror of High Ridge, The  (Bantam, 1983.)


A Choose Your Own Adventure book.


Multi-path gamebook set in a possibly haunted cabin.




Spell of Deceit, A  (Del Rey, 1989.)


                In a world where nomads and settlers are at constant war with one another, two young boys - one from each culture - are forced to put aside their hatreds and work together to master the secret of a magical artifact and save both of their cultures.




Professional and Other Psychic Stories, The  (Blackett, 1900.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Where the Towers Pierce the Sky  (Four Winds, 1989.)


                A boy sent on a magical time trip from the Middle Ages misses his target and ends up in the contemporary world, where he finds a friend.


GOOLSBY, RICHARD  (See collaboration with Piers Anthony and Alan Riggs.)




King in the Window, The  (Hyperion, 2006.)


                A young boy magically communicates with another from the past.


Steps Across the Water, The  (Hyperion, 2011.)


A young girl has to aid a parallel version of New York City.




Prophecy  (Roc, 1994.)


An Earthdawn novel.


                A wizard tries to make a living by taking on various small jobs, but his latest has a hidden side.  In accompanying a warrior woman on her quest, he is about to find himself battling against a powerful evil creature.




Davin  (Dell Yearling, 1998.)


                During World War II, a sickly boy is helped by his toys, which become animate and set out to rescue him.




Runaway Bride  (Avon, 1994.)


Runaway #1.


Not seen.  Time travel romance.


Runaway Magic  (Avon, 1996.)


Runaway #3.


A woman searches time for the man she could finally love.


Runaway Time  (Avon, 1995.)


Runaway #2.


A woman travels back in time to meet the person whose history she has been discovering and falls in love.


GORDON, JAY  (See collaboration with Robert Scott.)


GORDON, JOHN  (Also writes Horror.)


Edge of the World  (Hardy, 1983.)


                Children wander into a magical other world filled with monsters.


Giant Under the Snow, The  (Hutchinson, 1968, Harper Trophy, 1970.)


Green Man #1.


                Several youngsters discover that ancient magic, as well as an enduring evil, are still surviving in a lonely forest.


Ride the Wind  (Bodley Head, 1989.)


Green Man #2.


                Not seen.


Spitfire Grave and Other Stories, The  (Kestrel, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Waterfall Box, The  (Kestrel, 1978.)


                Not seen.  Alchemy.




Closer (Chicken House, 2011.)


Tunnels #4.


Youngsters battle a horde of villains beneath the earth's surface.


Deeper (Chicken House, 2009.)


Tunnels #2.


An underground world plots against the surface.


Freefall (Chicken House, 2010.)


Tunnel #3.


Kids lost in a subterranean world have to deal with a dangerous virus.


Spiral  (Chicken House, 2012.)


Tunnels #5.




Tunnels  (?, as The Highfield Mole.  ?, 2007, Chicken House, 2007.)


Tunnels #1.


Two boys discover a hidden underground world.


GORDON, STUART  (Pseudonym of Richard Gordon.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Suaine and the Crow God  (New English Library, 1975.)


                Not seen.




Fifth Grade Magic   (Dutton, 1982.  Macdonald, 1988, as Understudy Magic.)


Magic #1,


                Not seen.


Focus Pocus.  (See Fifth Grade Magic.)


Ghastly Glasses, The  (Dutton, 1985, Avon Camelot, 1987.  Macdonald, 1987, as Focus Pocus.)


                A youngster’s first pair of glasses enable her to see things invisible to everyone else, and to compel them to do things they wouldn’t ordinarily do.


More Fifth Grade Magic  (Dutton, 1989.)


Magic #2.


                Not seen.


Understudy Magic.  (See Fifth Grade Magic.)


GOROG, JUDITH  (Also writes Horror.)


On Meeting Witches at Wells   (Philomel, 1991.)


                A mysterious crack in a wall opens a door to a ghostly other world.


Taste for Quiet and Other Disquieting Tales, A  (Philomel, 1982.  Gollancz, 1986, as When Flesh Begins to Creep.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Winning Scheherazade  (Atheneum, 1991.)


                After winning her life with her storytelling, the title character meets a strange man whose presence leads to a series of adventures.




In the Forest of Forgetting  (?, 2006.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Kappa Child, The  (Red Deer Press, 2001.)


                A young Canadian girl gets involved with a prankish imp.




Key to the Great Gate, The   (Simon & Schuster, 1948.)


                Not seen.  Occult events in a concentration camp.




Linnets and Valerians  (Brookhampton, 1964, Coward, McCann, Geoghegan, 1964, Avon, 1972.)


                A group of children discover that our world impinges on a magical realm from which wondrous and evil things alike can enter out world.


Little White Horse, The  (Coward, McCann, Geoghegan, 1946, University of London, 1946, Avon, 1978.)


                The protagonist has come to live in a remote castle and discovers that there is magic in the land, that she can wander around from one time period to another and witness miracles from the past.


Middle Window, The  (Duckworth, 1935,  Coward, McCann, Geoghegan, 1939, University of London, 1946, Popular Library, 1967.)


                Two young people fall in love and grow aware that they are the reincarnations of  past lovers perhaps doomed to face the same heartbreak over and over.


Smoky House  (Duckworth, 1940.)


                Not seen.  Fairies.


White Witch, The  (?, 1958.)


                Not seen.  Witchcraft.




Curse of the Obelisk, The  (Avon, 1987.)


Harry Challenger #2.


                Kitchen sink parody adventure with mummies, vampires, occult agents, sinister spies, beautiful women, giant bats, mysterious hypnotists, and an undaunted hero.


Ghost Breaker  (Ace, 1971, bound with Clockwork Pirates, science fiction, also by Goulart.)


                Collection of related stories about Max Kearney, comedic occult detective.


Prisoner of Blackwood Castle, The  (Avon, 1984.)


Harry Challenger #1.


                Zany adventures in a mythical country where vampires and magicians exist alongside mechanical werewolves and other dangers.  Challenger is off to rescue a beautiful princess from her abductors.




Airplane in the Arabian Nights, An  (Laurie, 1947.)


                An airplane full of people are magically transported through time to the Arabian Nights.




Moon-Madness and Other Fantasies  (Broadway, 1910.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Moonshine (Angry Robot, 2018.)




Eyes in the Fire.  (See Woman of Fire.)


Plainsong   (St Martins, 1990, Crest, 1991, Pan, 1992.)


                Following a terrible plague, only five people are left on a magical Earth where the animals are intelligent and take a role in the future of the survivors.  Despite the trappings of SF, this is fantasy.


Woman of Fire  (Piatkus, 1988.  St Martins, 1989, as Eyes in the Fire.)


                A pre-Roman woman and a contemporary woman have visions of each other’s times.




Monument  (Orbit, 2002, Ace, 2004.)


                A thief steals an amulet from the priest who rescues him, and discovers that he possesses a source of unimaginable magic.




Ancient Legacy, The  (Avon Eos, 2005.)


Ring #3.




Emerald Cavern, The  (Avon Eos, 2004.)


Ring #2.




Fifth Ring, The  (Avon Eos, 2003.)


Ring #1.


                A farmer finds a magical ring that is coveted by an evil king who wants to rule the world.  Where have I heard of this plot before?  Could it be that the author has read Tolkien?




Witchstone, The  (Pyramid, 1974.)


                A wizard, a king, and a beautiful woman compete for possession of a magical stone that commands a variety of magical powers including immortality, all set in a magical otherworld.




Gods of the Dead, The  (Rider, 1912.)


                Not seen.  Reincarnation, mummies, and the like.




Dream Days  (Equinox, 1975, Ten Speed, 1993.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Golden Age, The  (Equinox, 1975.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Golden Age/Dream Days  (Signet, 1964.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Reluctant Dragon, The  (Troll, 1987, Holt, 1988,  Holiday House, 1989.)


                A young boy finds a friendly dragon in a cave, but everyone else is afraid of it.


Wind in the Willows, The  (Scribner, 1908, Methuen, 1908, Avon, 1965, Avon Camelot, 1966, Tempo, 1966, Lancer, 1967, Atheneum, 1972, Price Stern Sloan, 1980, Bantam, 1983, Oxford University, 1983, Simon & Schuster, 1989, Signet, 1990, Dell Yearling, 1990, Scholastic, 1990, Tor, 1991, Watermill, 1991, Everyman, 1993, Courage, 1993, Dover, 1995, Puffin, 1995, St Martins, 1995, G.K. Hall, 1996, Ladybird, 1996, Wordsworth, 1998.)


                Perhaps the best fantasy about talking animals of all time, certainly not a book for children only.


GRANT, JOAN  (Pseudonym of Joan Marshall Kelsey.  Also writes Horror.)


Eyes of Horus  (Methuen, 1942, Avon, 1969.)


                Egyptian historical novel drawing heavily on the theme of reincarnated lovers.


Life As Carola  (Harper & Row, 1939, Methuen, 1939, Avon, 1969.)


                Historical novel about 16th Century Italy, marginal because of the reincarnation theme which runs through the story.


Return to Elysium  (Methuen, 1947, Avon, 1969.)


                A rebellious young woman in ancient Greece discovers the power to transcend death and ensure her own reincarnation.


So Moses Was Born  (Methuen, 1952, Avon, 1969.)


                Not seen.


Scarlet Feather  (Methuen, 1945, Avon, 1969.)


                Historical novel set among American Indians with a young woman whose mother is clairvoyant demanding greater personal freedom than is usually afforded females.


Winged Pharoah  (Barker, 1937, Harper, 1938, Methuen, 1940, Berkley, 1969.)


                Historical novel about ancient Egypt, the protagonist of which is a priestess who has achieved her position because of her extraordinary mental powers which allow her to travel outside her body and independent of time.




Stone Council, The  (Flamingo, 2003.)


                Spy thriller with genuine psychics.


GRANT, JOHN  (Pseudonym of Paul Barnett.  Also writes Science Fiction. See also collaborations with Joe Dever.)


Albion  (Headline, 1991.)


                A world where most people have limited memories which makes them subject to those with a full set.


Dragonhenge  (Paper Tiger, 2002.)


                Collection of loosely related stories, profusely illustrated by Bob Eggleton.


Far-Enough Window, The  (BeWrite, 2003.)


                A young girl's journey into fairyland leads to a series of very strange encounters.


Take No Prisoners  (Willowgate, 2004.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


World, The  (Headline, 1992.)


                Not seen.  Conflict against the rulers of a mythical land.


GRANT, KATHRYN  (Pseudonym of Kathryn Ptacek, who writes Horror under that name.)


Black Jade Road, The  (Ace, 1989.)


Willows #2.


                The ruler of a magical world linked to ancient Europe finds a prospective wife in Britain and enlists her aid against an evil enemy that endangers both worlds.


Phoenix Bells, The  (Ace, 1987.)


Willows #1.


                An emperor heeds a prophecy that unless he travels to a distant land to find a suitable wife, a great evil will steal over the people he rules and destroy his nation.


Willow Garden, The  (Ace, 1989.)


Willows #3.


                The emperor and his new bride travel the long dangerous road back to his magical kingdom, pursued by their evil supernatural enemy.




Blaze of Silver  (Bloomsbury, 2007.)


De Granville #3.


                Marginal fantasy in which children help rescue an imprisoned king.


Blood Red Horse  (Bloomsbury, 2005.)


De Granville #1.




Green Jasper  (Bloomsbury, 2006.)


De Granville #2.


                A marginal young adult fantasy set after the Crusades.


GRANT, MIRA  (Pseudonym of Seanan McGuire, whom see._


Unbreakable (Subterranean, 2022.)


A group of women magically protect the world.


GRANT, RICHARD  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


In the Land of Winter  (Avon, 1997.)


Magic #1.


                A practicing Wiccan and single mother loses her child to rapacious, but comic book, child welfare officials. Deprived of her job and her home, with her freedom threatened, she finally resorts to the kind of powerful magic she had never thought about using in order to get back her child and her life.


Kaspian Lost  (Spike, 1999.)


Magic #2.


                An adolescent disappears for several days and returns with memories of an encounter with creatures that might have been ghosts or leprechauns.  He rebels against the efforts made by adults to suppress his experience and force him to conform to their expectations.


Rumors of Spring  (Bantam, 1987.)


                The world has become a blasted place over most of its surface, but in one area that Earth itself appears to have taken a purposeful stand, and a new forest arises, one which is capable of defending itself from the ravages of uncaring humanity.


Tex and Molly in the Afterlife  (Avon, 1996.)


                Two hippies survive their death in another realm and attempt to maintain their lifestyle in a very unconventional heaven.


GRANT, SUSAN  (Pseudonym of Susan Grant Gunning.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Once a Pirate  (Love Spell, 2000.)


                A female pilot ejects and lands in the 19th Century, where she is rescued by a pirate who holds her for ransom, then falls in love with her.




Flounder, The  (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978, translated from the German by ?, Crest, 1979.)


                Mainstream fantasy extravaganza involving talking fish and an immortal.


Rat, The  (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1987.)


                Not seen.  Rats take over after humanity wipes itself out.




Violets in the Snow  (Dell, 1998.)


                Regency romance novel that involves a genuine fairy godmother in a retelling of the Cinderella story.




Certainty of a Future Life on Mars, The  (Brentano’s, 1903.)


                Confused nonsense about reincarnation on Mars.




Lady Hotspur (Tor, 2019.)


Lear #2.


A knight must choose between two conflicting claims on the throne.


Queens of Innis Lear, The (Tor, 2018.)


Lear #1.


Three sisters battle for a throne.


GRAVEL, GEARY  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Dreamwright, The  (Del Rey, 1995.)


Might & Magic #1.


Based on the computer game.  A young woman decides to visit the dreamwright to find out how she can save her people from an onset of natural disasters.  She and her companions travel through a mysterious landscape inhabited by monsters, villains, and puzzles.


Hook  (Columbine, 1991, based on the screenplay by Jim V. Hart, Malia Scotch Marmo, and Nick Castle.)


                Young reader's version of the story of Peter Pan returning to Never Neverland after growing up.


Shadowsmith, The  (Del Rey, 1995.)


Might & Magic #2.


                Two companions find their journey’s end delayed by an army besieging a castle, and one of them is magically transported to another world where he must overcome monsters and other dangers before completing his mission.




Journey to Stonehenge  (Bantam, 1984.)


A Choose Your Own Adventure book.


Multi-path gamebook involving Merlin and druids.


GRAVES, ROBERT  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Golden Fleece, The.  (See Hercules, My Shipmate.)


Greek Gods and Heroes  (Doubleday, 1960, Dell Laurel, 1965.)


                Retellings of various Greek myths.


Hercules, My Shipmate   (Farrar, Strauss, & Giroux, 1945. Grosset, 1957, Universal, 1957, Pyramid, 1966.  Cassell, 1944, as The Golden Fleece.)


                Massive retelling of the story of Jason and the Argonauts, Hercules, Castor and Pollux, the quest for the golden fleece, the monsters and dangers they overcame in the process.


Shout, The  (Woburn, 1929.)


                A man possesses a magical shout that he uses to establish his power over a married couple.


GRAY, AVA  (Also writes Science Fiction and Fantasy as Ann Aguirre.)


Skin Dive (Berkley, 2011.)


Kyra #4.


A woman with extraordinary healing powers becomes a fugitive.


Skin Game  (Berkley, 2009.)


Kyra #1.


Adventures of a woman who can temporarily borrow other people's talents.


Skin Heat  (Berkley, 2011.)


Kyra #3.


Psychic powers vs a serial killer.


Skin Tight  (Berkley, 2010.)


Kyra #2.






Sorceress (Harper, 2015.)


Spellcast #3.




Spellcaster (Harper, 2013.)


Spellcast #1.




Steadfast (Harper, 2014.)


Spellcast #2.


A teenage sorceress.




Behind the Gates  (SBS, 2011.)


Tomorrow Girls #1.


Two girls survive in a post disaster America.




Alyssa's Ring  (Orbit, 2002.)


Guardian #5.


                A wanderer defies magical enemies to ensure that a prophecy is fulfilled.


Crystal Desert, The  (Orbit, 2001.)


Guardian #3.


                The protagonist travels to a land of deserts in his search for the truth about a series of magical prophecies.


Dark Moon, The  (Orbit, 2000.)


Guardian #1.


                The prophecy of a savior is muddled when twins are born where one was expected.  The malformed brother is sent into exile and the normal child raised as the sought after ruler, but was the choice made wisely?


Fire Music  (Orbit, 2000.)


Ice Mage #2.




Ice Mage  (Orbit, 1998.)


Ice Mage #1.


                A group of reluctant rebels disobey the orders of their government and use proscribed magic to combat the deadly creatures endangering their world.


Isle of the Dead




Jasper Forest, The  (Orbit, 2001.)


Guardian #2.


                An exile is shipwrecked on a floating island, and after recovering from his ordeal he sets out on a voyage of discovery.


Red Glacier, The  (Orbit, 2002.)


Guardian #4.


                A traveler reaches a land where war has been going on for so long that no one knows why, and volcanoes are used as  magical weapons.




Lost Wizard, The  (TSR, 1984.)


                Multi-path game book.


Shadowcastle  (TSR, 1983.)


                Multi-path game book.




Apple-Stone, The  (Dobson, 1965, Meredith, 1969.)


                A stone has the power to bring the dead to life.


Grimbold’s Other World  (Faber, 1963, Ace, 1986.)


                Grimbold possesses secret knowledge of gates to other worlds where magic works and the creatures of legend are real.


Mainly by Moonlight  (Faber, 1965, Meredith, 1967.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Over the Hills to Fabylon  (Oxford University, 1954, Dobson, 1968.)


                Not seen.  A fairy tale.


Seventh Swan, The  (Dobson, 1962, Tempo, 1984.)


                Retelling of the fairy tale about seven brothers turned into swans.  Their system weaves magical cloth to turn them back, but she runs short and one brother is left with a wing for an arm, and has various adventures afterward.


Stone Cage, The  (Dobson, 1963.)


                Retelling of the story of Rapunzel.


GRAYSON, KRISTINE  (Pseudonym of Kristine Kathryn Rusch, whom see.)


Absolutely Captivated  (Zebra, 2004.)


                The Fates show up in contemporary Las Vegas.


Completely Smitten  (Zebra, 2002.)


                One of Cupid's minions falls in love with a mortal girl.


Simply Irresistible  (Zebra, 2002.)




Thoroughly Kissed  (Zebra, 2001.)


                Romance novel about a reincarnated princess who has trouble getting control of her magical powers.


Totally Spellbound  (Zebra, 2005.)


                A psychiatrist discovers that magic is real.


Utterly Charming  (Zebra, 2000.)


                A lawyer agrees to represent a man who claims that he is the magician who put Sleeping Beauty to sleep, and who has subsequently waged a battle against an evil sorcerer.


GREELEY, ANDREW  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Angel Fire  (Warner, 1988, Tor, 1989.)


                A prominent scientist who becomes involved in a deadly game encounters a beautiful young woman who claims to be a genuine angel.  She is determined to keep him alive despite the best efforts of his enemies, and he is equally determined not to believe her story.


Angel Light  (Tor, 1995.)


                A man seeks help from an angel.


Contract with an Angel  (Forge, 1998.)


                An angel appears to a cynical businessman and informs him that he doesn’t have much time left to straighten out his life before he will face judgment.


Irish Cream  (Forge, 2005.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #9.


                A fey woman solves another mysterious murder.


Irish Crystal  (Forge, 2005.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #8.


                A psychic has to solve the mystery of a car bombing and avoid being deported for her suspicious knowledge.


Irish Eyes  (Forge, 2000.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #5.


                A fey Irish woman moves to Chicago where her career as a folksinger is interrupted by a nasty journalist, a buried treasure, and efforts to prevent her from solving a murder.


Irish Gold  (Forge, 1995.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #1.


                Murder mystery involving some mild examples of second sight.


Irish Lace  (Forge, 1996.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #2.


                Psychic visions of the past have the two lovers involved in solving another mystery.


Irish Linen  (Forge, 2007.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #10.


                A psychic woman solves a mystery.


Irish Love  (Forge, 2001, Tor, 2002.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #6.


                The discovery of gold in Ireland stirs up some evil spirits, but a clairvoyant woman is more than a match for them.


Irish Mist  (Forge, 1999.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #4.


                A woman with second sight gets interested in a political assassination and eventually tracks down the people responsible.


Irish Stew  (Forge, 2002.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #7.


                The protagonist's psychic powers warn her that a new acquaintance is doomed, so she decides to help him avoid his fate.


Irish Tiger  (Forge, 2008.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #11.


A psychic solves another mystery.


Irish Tweed  (Forge, 2009.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #12.


A psychic solves yet another mystery.


Irish Whiskey  (Forge, 1998.)


Nuala Ann MacGrail #3.


                A woman with the ability to psychically look into the past and solve mysteries becomes involved in an investigation of the death of one of Al Capone’s rivals.




A reluctant heir to a grand fortune is manipulated on the internet by an angel who wants him to investigate an old mystery and find the woman he is destined to love.



Magic Cup, The  (?, 1979.)


                Not seen.


Star Bright  (Forge, 2004.)


                A Christmas miracle story.


GREEN, CHRIS MARIE   (Also writes Horror.)


Every Breath You Take (Roc, 2015.)


Jensen Murphy #1.




GREEN, JONATHAN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Blood Royal  (Abaddon, 2010.)


A Pax Brittanica novel.


Hybrid fantasy/Sf story about England after a kind of magical apocalypse.


Crusade for Armageddon  (Black Library, ?)


A Warhammer novel.




Dead and the Damned, The  (Black Library, 2002.)


A Warhammer novel.


                A band of roving adventurers and mercenaries encounter a variety of dangers.


Magestorm  (Black Library, 2004.)


A Warhammer novel.


                A tragic hero battles an evil wizard.




Quest:  In Search of the Dragontooth  (Running Press, 1994.)


                Low key fantasy about the quest for a unicorn.




From the World’s End  (Ward, 1948.)


                Not seen.  Welsh magic.


Tale of Troy, The  (Puffin, 1958.)


                Retellling of the story of the Trojan War, for younger readers.


GREEN, ROLAND  (See also collaborations which follow.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Conan and the Death Lord of Thanza  (Tor, 1997.)


A Conan novel.


Conan takes refuge in a remote mountainous region for a rest, but instead finds himself in the middle of a battle for magical supremacy.


Conan and the Gods of the Mountains  (Tor, 1993.)


A Conan novel.


                Conan and his companion flee when black magic destroys a city, but they find themselves caught up in another sorcerous war almost immediately.


Conan and the Mists of Doom   (Tor, 1995.)


A Conan novel.


An evil sorceress has discovered the secrets of an ancient magic and is using it and her obedient army to terrorize several villages.  Enter Conan just in time to thwart her plans and save the day.  


Conan at the Demon's Gate  (Tor, 1994.)


A Conan novel.


Mourning the loss of his lover, Conan is magically transported to the land of the Picts just in time to get involved in a series of major battles.


Conan the Guardian  (Tor, 1991.)


A Conan novel.


Conan crosses swords with the deadliest of enemies, the merchant class.  As he tries to make an honest living for a change, he discovers that some businessmen are willing to use sorcery to make sure their profit figures remain high.


Conan the Relentless  (Tor, 1992.)


A Conan novel.


A sexy warrior woman distracts Conan on his trip through dangerous territory, and he gets caught up in a rebellion against a tyrant who is aided by sorcery.


Conan the Valiant  (Tor, 1988.)


A Conan novel.


This time Conan is coerced into helping a sorcerer involved in raising an army of supernatural creatures.  His only escape may be to steal the two powerful magical jewels that give his companions the ability to control supernatural entities.


Knights of the Crown  (TSR, 1995, Wizards of the Coast, 2003.)


A Dragonlance Warriors novel.


                A would be knight joins a band designed to train its members to move on to more exalted company, but he finds plenty of adventure right where he is.


Knights of the Rose  (TSR, ?)


A Dragonlance Warriors novel.




Knights of the Sword  (TSR, 1995.)


A Dragonlance Warriors novel.


An unlikely prospect for membership in an elite order of knights has various adventures, achieves maturity, and accomplishes his destiny.


Tale of the Comet  (TSR, 1997.)


                Strange hybrid novel in which an alien starship crashes in a magical fantasy world.  The local inhabitants recover the ship and carry their magic to the stars, where it clashes with alien superscience and nonhuman creatures.


Wandor’s Flight  (Avon, 1981.)


Wandor #4.


                Caught up in the crossfire between warring parties, Wandor and the woman he loves must win their freedom by tracking down and capturing a magical beast, after which they will be allowed to continue their own personal quest.


Wandor’s Journey  (Avon, 1975.)


Wandor #2.


                Wandor is seeking several magical objects, because if he successfully gathers them all together, it will be an indication that he is indeed the one chosen by history to become the next king.


Wandor’s Ride  (Avon, 1973.)


Wandor #1.


                An honorable warrior sets out on a perilous personal quest to discover whether or not he is the man fated to assume the vacant throne of his land and save the world from chaos.


Wandor’s Voyage  (Avon, 1979.)


Wandor #3.


                Using magical mental powers, his wits, and the power of his blade, Wandor escapes imprisonment by an evil sorcerer and, accompanied by a beautiful woman, continues his quest to obtain the magical items which will secure for him the throne of his people.


Wayward Knights, The  (TSR, 1997.)


A Dragonlance Warriors novel.


                The aging knight who founded a dubious but honorable order is forced to come out of retirement and recruit all his old friends for one last quest against the forces of evil.




Book of Kantela, The  (Bluejay, 1985, Tor, 1986.)


Throne of Sherran #1.


                When the king of a magical land dies, his young wife finds herself unprepared to rule the land.  Around her, various parties contend for control of the throne, and they don’t care whether she lives or dies as a consequence of their maneuvering.  Her only chance to survive is to quickly master the art of ruling herself.




Half Bad (Viking, 2014.)


Witches #1.




Half Lies (Viking, 2014.)


Witches #2.




Half Wild (Viking, 2015.)


Witches #3.


Warring witches.


GREEN, SHARON  (Note that the Blending Enthroned series follows the Blending series. Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Betrayals  (Avon, 1999.)


The Blending #4.


                Five people with five distinct magical talents are scattered to the far reaches of their world by mischance.  If they are ever to become the rightful rulers of their people, they must escape their individual circumstances and stand united.


Challenges  (Avon, 1998.)


The Blending #3.


                A competition to identify the leading magicians in the kingdom is threatened by emotion entanglements among the leading contestants, and a plot by the aristocracy who are determined that people from the common classes not be among the winners.


Competitions  (Avon, 1997.)


The Blending #2.


                In order to be sure that the strongest possible team of magicians is united to protect the world, a series of competitions is arranged to determine who shall be chosen.  But the forces of evil have a vested interest in influencing the outcome to prevent the true champions from being recognized.


Convergence  (Avon, 1996.)


The Blending #1.


                Five representatives of the different types of magic must periodically meet and pool their resources to prevent an insidious evil from consuming their world.  This time they confront a more powerful attack than ever, and it seems that even their combined strength will be insufficient to the task.


Dark Mirror, Dark Dreams  (Avon, 1994.)


Hidden Realms #3.


                Shapeshifter and mercenary are now man and wife, but they must team up with other allies if they are to overthrow the evil power that has enslaved their world.


Dawn Song  (Avon, 1990.)


                Someone has stolen the magical fire that ensures peace and prosperity for two noble houses, so representatives of each team up to track down the thief before disaster can overcome them all.


Deceptions (Avon, 2001).


Blending Enthroned #2.


                The defenders of a magical land must guard against a new invasion.


Destiny  (Avon, 2002.)


Blending Enthroned #3.


                War is inevitable despite the union of diverse magics to prevent it.


Enchanting  (Pinnacle, 1994.)


                An author creates a magical hero whose adventures make her a best selling writer.  Unbeknownst to her, she’s actually telling the story of a real person who exists in another world, and now he’s crossed the borders to hers in order to win her love.


Far Side of Forever, The  (DAW, 1987.)


Portals #1.


                A team of adventurers is recruited to cross the gateway between worlds in pursuit of whoever has stolen the sacred magical object that guarantees the stability of their world.  Before they recover it, the special skills of each member of the team are tested.


Game’s End  (Avon, 1996.)


Hidden Realms #5.


                Even though the evil has been thrust out of their land, it still lives in its hidden places, and now it is quietly re-emerging to undermine the new rulers of the recovering kingdom.


Haughty Spirit  (Greener, 1999.)


                A goddess annoys her fellow deities and is sentenced to become mortal.


Hellhound Magic  (DAW, 1989.)


Portals #2.


                A sorceress is off on another quest, this time to rescue her friends who have been spirited away to another realm where they are held in bondage pending her arrival.


Hidden Realms, The  (Avon, 1993.)


Hidden Realms #1.


                A sorceress and her lover discover that there are hidden worlds within their own, and that from some of these evil powers are slinking forth to manipulate the greater world and ultimately to enslave it.


Intrigues  (Avon, 2000.)


Blending Enthroned #1.


                Six people with magical powers united to rid their land of magical menaces and now serve as rulers.  Their plans are benevolent, but they are unprepared to deal with the political scheming that inevitably follows, masking the rise of a new hidden power.


Lady Blade, Lord Fighter  (DAW, 1987.)


                A young woman secretly learns the art of swordplay, which turns out to be handy when she returns home following the disappearance of her brothers.  Her father has betrothed her to a man she despises, and behind the scenes nefarious forces are working to bring down her family.


Prophecy  (Avon, 1999.)


The Blending #5.


                The five leaders of Gan Garee have defeated the conspirators who hoped to usurp their authority, but now they must put down a revolution among the poorer class as well as defeat an invading army.


Silver Princess, Golden Knight  (Avon, 1993.)


Hidden Realms #2.


                A shapechanging princess and an arrogant mercenary are forced to put aside their personal differences and combine their talents when they find themselves in a magical world different than their own, beset by dangers and cut off from everything they know.


Wind Whispers, Shadow Shouts  (Avon, 1995.)


Hidden Realms #4.


                Alexia has finally taken the throne of her kingdom, the evil usurping force thwarted, but she finds that things aren’t entirely back to normal.  Corruption, violence, and the lingering effects of the evil force continue to subvert her rule.


GREEN, SIMON R.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Agents of Light and Darkness  (Ace, 2003.)


Nightside #2.


                A private detective sets out to find the Unholy Grail, the cup from which Judas drank.


Beyond the Blue Moon  (Gollancz, 2000, Roc, 2000, Millennium, 2001.)


Hawk and Fisher #7, also sequel to Blue Moon Rising.


                Two police officers in a world of swords and sorcery are given the job of identifying and capturing the parties responsible for the murder of a king.


Blood and Honor  (Gollancz, 1992, Roc, 1993.)


                An actor is dragooned into impersonating one of the three heirs apparent to a throne, only to discover that both of his supposed siblings are perfectly willing to kill him in order to eliminate some of the competition.  At the same time, he realizes that there is a magical force in the castle that could change reality almost at whim.


Blue Moon Rising  (Roc, 1991, Gollancz, 1991, Millennium, 2000.)


Demon Wars #1.


                The heir to the throne of a small kingdom is sent out on a quest to fight a dragon, rescue a princess, and so forth, more in hope of failure than success since the kingdom is in dire financial straits.  But he succeeds, in fact returns with the dragon as his friend, and experience has made him a force to be reckoned with.


Bones of Haven, The  (Ace, 1992.  Headline, 1992, as Two Kings in Haven.)


Hawk and Fisher #6.


                Two members of the city guard discover that there is an older city existing below the one they know, and that ancient evil creatures who dwelled there in the past are still present, and are now planning to re-establish their influence in the newer city above.


Bride Wore Black Leather, The  (Ace, 2012.)


Nightside #12.




Casino Infernale  (Roc, 2013.)


Secret Histories.




Dark Mirror, Dark Dreams  (?, 1994.)


                Not seen.


Daemons Are Forever  (Roc, 2008.)


Drood #2.


Creatures from another reality want to seize the world.


Devil Take the Hindmost.  (See Winner Takes All.)


Down Among the Dead Men  (Roc, 1993, Gollancz, 1993.)


Demon Wars #2.


                A party is sent out to a border camp to investigate mysterious goings on and discovers that it has been attacked by a sinister, supernatural creature that is still interested in acquiring fresh victims.


Dr. DOA (Roc, 2016.)


Secret Histories




Drinking Midnight Wine  (Gollancz, 2001.)


                A man finds a doorway between a sleepy English town and a magical realm where a dark evil force is on the move.


Fear and Loathing in Haven  (Millennium, 2000.)


                Omnibus of Vengeance for a Lonely Man, Guard Against Dishonor, and Two Kings in Haven.


Forces from Beyond (Ace, 2015.)


Ghost Finders




For Heaven's Eyes Only  (Roc, 2011.)


Drood #5.


A family battles a Satanic plot.


From a Drood to a Kill (Roc, 2015.)




From Hell with Love (Roc, 2010.)


Drood #4.


Secret guardians of humanity find a traitor among their group.


Ghost of a Chance  (Ace, 2010.)


Ghost Finders #1.


A group investigates a haunted subway station.


Ghost of a Dream  (Ace, 2012.)


Ghost Finders #3.




Ghost of a Smile  (Ace, 2011.)


Ghost Finders #2.


A chemical company becomes a supernatural death trap.


God Killer, The  (Ace, 1991, Headline, 1992.)


Hawk and Fisher #3.


                A large number of has been gods live in the city of Haven, and suddenly someone has begun to systematically kill them.  Hawk and Fisher are called upon to track down the murderer and save those who survive.


Good, the Bad, and the Uncanny, The  (Ace, 2010.)


Nightside #10.


A private detective in a fantasy world is considered for a dangerous promotion.


Guard Against Dishonor  (Ace, 1991, Headline, 1992.)


Hawk and Fisher #5.


                The protagonists find themselves disgraced, accused of treason against the city they serve, and must conceal themselves within the criminal element who hate them already in order to find out the truth and prove themselves innocent.


Guards of Haven  (Roc, 2007.)


Omnibus of Wolf in the Fold, Guards Against Dishonor, and The Bones of Haven.


Hard Day's Knight, A  (Ace, 2011.)


Nightside #11.


A private detective with a magic sword consults some reclusive knights.


Haven of Lost Souls  (Millennium, 1999.)


                Omnibus of No Haven for the Guilty, Devil Take the Hindmost, and The God Killer.


Hawk and Fisher  (Ace, 1990.  Headline, 1991, as No Haven for the Guilty.)


Hawk & Fisher #1.


                A man and woman serve as partners in the city guard of a magical realm, and in the opening volume they battle magic and miscreants in pursuit of their duties.


Hell to Pay  (Ace, 2007.)


Nightside #7.


                A power struggle in a world that exists halfway between ours and that of fantasy.


Hex and the City   (Ace, 2005.)


Nightside #4.


                A detective solves a mystery in a world of magic that overlaps our own.


Just Another Judgment Day  (Ace, 2009.)


Nightside #9.


A supernatural avenger punishes even minor sinners with death.


Live and Let Drood  (Ace, 2012.)


Drood #6.


All but one of a family of magical wardens is killed.


Man with the Golden Torc, The  (Roc, 2007, Gollancz, 2007.)


Drood #1.


                A member of a family who have for generations protected humans from evil magic is wrongly accused of having changed sides.


Moonbreaker (Ace, 2017.)


Secret Histories.


A fatally ill secret agent seeks to prevent the acquisition of a powerful magic by his enemies.


Night Fall (Ace, 2018.)


Secret Histories


Nightingale's Lament  (Ace, 2004.)


Nightside #3.


                An investigator in a magical hidden London tries to find out why a singer has become suicidal.


No Haven for the Guilty.  (See Hawk and Fisher.)


Once in a Blue Moon (Roc, 2014.)




Paths Not Taken  (Ace, 2005.)


Nightside #5.


                A detective travels back through time to find the person who created the magical world around him.


Property of a Lady Faire (Ace, 2014.)


Secret Histories.




Shadows Fall  (Roc, 1994, Gollancz, 1994.)


                A hybrid novel about a town where the magical and the technical co-exist, independent of time and space, but where also there is a supernatural force plotting to add a fresh set of victims to its growing score.


Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth  (Ace, 2006.)


Nightside #6.


                A detective has to save the world from his not entirely human mother.


Something from the Nightside  (Ace, 2003.)


Nightside  #1.


                First in a series of detective stories set in a hidden part of a city where magic works and the supernatural is real.


Spirits from Beyond (Ace, 2013.)


Ghost Hunter




Spy Who Haunted Me, The  (Roc, 2009.)


Drood #3.


A group of people who battle evil find that there is a traitor among them.


Swords of Haven  (Roc, 1999.)


                Omnibus of Hawk and Fisher, Winner Takes All, and The God Killer.


Tales from the Nightside (Ace, 2015.)


Collection of related stories.


Two Kings in Haven.  (See The Bones of Haven.)


Unnatural Inquirer, The  (Ace, 2008.)


Nightside #8.


A detective searches for a man who supposedly has proof of an afterlife.


Vengeance for a Lonely Man.  (See Wolf in the Fold)


Voices from Beyond (Ace, 2014.)


Ghosthunters #5.


Ghost hunters run into a problem when they try to deal with an academic ghost.


Walk on the Nightside, A  (Ace, 2006.)


                Omnibus of Something from the Nightside, Agents of Light and Darkness, and Nightingale’s Lament.


Winner Takes All  (Ace, 1991.  Headline, 1991, as Devil Take the Hindmost.)


Hawk and Fisher #2.


                Sorcery is forbidden during political elections in the city of Haven, but one of the candidates has few scruples and the other calls upon the city guard, and our heroes, to make sure that there’s no magical hanky panky taking place.  Easier said than done.


Wolf in the Fold  (Ace, 1991.  Headline, 1992, as Vengeance for a Lonely Man.)


Hawk and Fisher #4.


                A member of Haven’s aristocracy is actually a terrorist who has committed a number of violent crimes.  Our heroes must battle the upper crust as well as the criminal element in order to bring his reign of terror to a timely end.


GREEN, TERENCE M.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Shadow of Ashland  (Forge, 2000.)


                A man goes in search of his uncle following the death of his mother.  He is somehow swept back through time to meet his uncle as a young man.


GREENBURG, DAN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Attack of the Giant Octopus  (Harcourt, 2006.)


Dripping Fang #6.


                Our heroes encounter a variety of crossbred animals and humans.


Fall of the House of Mandible  (Harcourt, 2006.)


Dripping Fang #4.


                When his sister is kidnapped, the young protagonist and his vampire father go to the rescue.


Onts, The  (Harcourt, 2005.)


Dripping Fang #1.


                Twins survive an encounter with a forest of zombies.


Please Don’t Eat the Children  (Harcourt, 2007.)


Dripping Fang #7.


                The twins are up for adoption, and their prospective foster parents are ghouls.


Schluffmuffin Boy Is History, The  (Harcourt, 2006.)


Dripping Fang #5.


                A mysterious flu affects a vampire’s family.


School for Mutants  (Harcourt, 2006.)


Dripping Fang #6.




Treachery and Betrayal at Jolly Days  (Harcourt, 2005.)


Dripping Fang #2.


                A reunion with their father is not as good as it seems when twins discover he has been supernaturally transformed.


Vampire's Curse, The  (Harcourt, 2006.)


Dripping Fang #3.


                Two kids use magic to restore their zombie father, and turn him into a vampire instead.


When Bad Snakes Attack Good Children  (Harcourt, 2007.)


Dripping Fang #8.


Twins attempt to warn the FBI that the army is planning a coup, but they are pursued by an assassin and her reptilian allies.


Witchfires of Leth, The  (Tor, 1987.)


                Multi-path game book set in the world of C.J. Cherryh’s Morgaine series.


GREENFIELD, IRVING A. (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Ancient of Days, The  (Avon, 1973.)


                Marginal magical events in England two thousand years before the birth of Christ. 


Gods’ Temptress, The  (Dell, 1978.)


                An enchantress and a godling find love, while in the background they are both menaced by a demonic creature who hates all forms of human life.


Play of Darkness, A  (Avon, 1974.)


                Marginal occult mysticism set in 17th Century Mexico.




Contrarywise  (Ace, 1989.)


Trickster #1.


                A whimsical god whose greatest love is a really rewarding practical joke begins playing tricks on a small town.  Alas, as he warms up to his task, the tricks get more complex, and ultimately deadly.


Trickster’s Touch  (Ace, 1989.)


Trickster #2.


                Bored by his limited efforts in the past, the trickster god decides to play with the nature of time itself, even if that means upsetting the plans of both humans and his fellow gods.


GREENLAND, COLIN  (Note that all three novels are in the same setting, though not a series. Also writes Science Fiction.)


Daybreak on a Different Mountain  (Unwin, 1984.)


                An aristocrat from a decaying city sets out on a quest to find the lost god whose return will, according to legend, restore his homeland to its former glory.


Hour of the Thin Ox  (Unwin, 1987.)


                Two individuals from opposite sides of a war discover they have more in common than not.


Other Voices  (Unwin, 1988.)


                A princess sides with the rebels against her own repressive government.


Spiritfeather (Dolphin, 2000.)


A Dreamtime novel.


                In India, a teenager dreams of a mysterious man, who turns up as her mother’s prospective new husband.


GREENO, GAYLE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Sunderlies Seeking  (DAW, 1998.)


Ghatten’s Gambit #1.


                What is designed to be a relaxing business trip across a beautiful land turns to disaster when a series of minor accidents and upsets besets the journey, eventually leading them to a land where an old and evil enemy is stirring.  Intended as part of a series.


GREENWOOD, ED  (Also writes Science Fiction. See also collaborations which follow, plus collaboration with J. Robert King.)


All Shadows Fled  (TSR, ?)


Forgotten Realms Shadow of the Avatar #3.


The hero of Elminster returns, this time involved in the effort to suppress an evil force that is trying to conquer the world in the aftermath of a monumental battle between good and evil.


Arch Wizard  (Solaris, 2009.)


Falconfar #2.


A man has adventures when he is pulled into the fantasy world he created.


Bury Elminster Deep  (Wizards of the Coast, 2011.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.




Cloak of Shadows  (TSR, 1995.)


Forgotten Realms Shadow of the Avatar #2.


                More adventures as an evil force closes in on a peaceful community.


Crown of Fire  (TSR, 1994.)


A Forgotten Realms Harpers novel.  Direct sequel to Spellfire.


                The revelation that a young woman has a rare magical ability makes her the target of a band of villains who want to exploit her abilities for themselves, and of a band of heroes who hope to protect her.


Dark Lord  (Solaris, 2007.)


Falconfar #1.


The creator of a role playing game is sucked into his imaginary world.


Dark Vengeance  (Tor, 2008.)


Niflheim #2.


A young warrior exacts revenge on those who enslaved him.


Dark Warrior Rising (Tor, 2007.)


Niflheim #1.


A man enslaved by dark elves is determined to gain his freedom.


Death Masks (Wizards of the Coast, 2016.)


Dragon's Ascension, A  (Tor, 2002.)


Band of Four #3.


                Four heroes revive a dream king to return peace to their land, but an evil wizard is not pleased.  He raises an army and refuses to acknowledge the new ruler.


Dragon's Doom, The  (Tor, 2003.)


Band of Four #4.


                Although the rightful ruler has been restored to the throne, his opponents unleash a magical plague of shapechanging to unsettle things.


Elminster Enraged  (Wizards of the Coast, 2012.)




Elminster in Hell  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Forgotten Realms Elminster novel.


                The elf wizard is transported to Hell itself for a series of adventures.


Elminster in Myth Drannor  (TSR, 1997.)


Forgotten Realms Elminster #2.


                The varied adventures of a young magician who would later grow to be one of the most powerful figures in his world.


Elminster Must Die  (Wizards of the Coast, 2011.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


A wizard loses his patron goddess.


Elminster: The Making of a Mage  (TSR, 1994.)


Forgotten Realms Elminster #1.


A simple shepherd boy is more or less abducted by a powerful sorcerer, and after various adventures becomes a magician in his own right and a powerful enemy of evil.


Falconfar (Solaris, 2010.)


Falconfar #3.


A writer trapped in the world he created fights a wizard.


Hand of Fire  (Wizards of the Coast, 2002.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                A young adventurer has managed to gain possession of some mystical spellfire, but now every rogue and wizard in the land is after her to take it away from her.


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


A Dungeons & Dragons novel.




Kingless Land, The  (Tor, 2000.)


Band of Four #1.


                The king has been trapped in a magical sleep for years and the realm is becoming increasingly chaotic.  Three adventurers are recruited by a sorceress to help her recover a set of magical stones that will enable her to break the spell and save their people.


Mercenaries, The  (TSR, 1998.)


#3 in the multi-author Diamond Triangle Saga.




Shadows of Doom  (TSR, 1995.)


Forgotten Realms Shadow of the Avatar #1.


                A mission to protect a town from magical invaders goes awry when the defenders are instantly transported to within the enemy held part of the countryside.


Silent House, The  (Tor, 2004.)


                Set in the same universe as the Band of Four series.  Episodic story of successive generations of a noble family.


Silverfall  (TSR, 1999.)


A Forgotten Realms book.


                A collection of interrelated stories.


Spellfire  (TSR, 1988.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                A bored young woman goes off in search of adventure, and puts herself in harm’s way when she enters the realm of a dangerous and evil creature.  Fortunately, she is capable of becoming the channel for a good magical force controlled by Elminster.


Spellstorm (Wizards of the Coast, 2015.)




Stormlight  (TSR, 1996.)


A Forgotten Realms Harpers novel.


                Someone has unleashed deadly magic and is using it to murder people until a heroic figure figures out who is responsible and neutralizes him.


Swords of Eveningstar  (Wizards of the Coast, 2006.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


When the hero saves the life of a stranger, he discovers he has made both friends and enemies.


Temptation of Elminster, The  (TSR, 1998.)


Forgotten Realms Elminster #3.


                Not seen.


Vacant Throne, The  (Tor, 2001.)


Band of Four #2.


                The sleeping king has been revived, but he has yet to be restored to the throne.  Once there, he can begin to restore order to a realm that has descended into crime and chaos.


Wizard's Mask, The  (Paizo, 2013.)


A Pathfinder novel.


A cursed man gets caught up in a war.




Death of the Dragon  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Forgotten Realms Cormyr novel.


                The King of Cormyr is growing old and his kingdom is beset by armies of orcs, an ancient curse, and a traitor within the royal family, while his chief supporter – a powerful magician – is missing in action.




Cormyr  (TSR, 1996.)


A Forgotten Realms Cormyr novel.


                The ruler of a magical kingdom is ill and many suspect that the royal magician, who rules in his stead, may be responsible.




To Sleep With Evil  (TSR, 1996.)


A Ravenloft novel.


                A woman seeks refuge in a mysterious castle only to discover that she may have made herself vulnerable to an evil, ancient curse.




Miracle in the Drawing Room  (Skeffington, 1935.)


                St Francis intervenes in a soulless near future world.




Broken Citadel, The  (Atheneum, 1975, Ace, 1983, Orbit, 1989.)


Tredana #1.


                There’s a doorway from our world to a magical realm where evil sorcery sits on the throne, heroic princes set out to accomplish quests, and beautiful princesses wait to be rescued.


Castledown  (Atheneum, 1977, Ace, 1983, Orbit, 1989.)


Tredana #2.


                A woman discovers that her childhood fantasies had a basis in truth when magical voices call to her from another world where legendary creatures are real and magic works.


Great Wheel, The  (Ace, 1987, Orbit, 1990.)


Tredana #3.


                A woman is enlisted as chief warrior of a barbaric army, unaware of the fact that her memories have been manipulated and she is actually marching against her own family.




Afterparty (Tor, 2014.)


A new drug appears in the near future.


Devil's Alphabet, The  (Del Rey, 2009.)


A new disease causes physical deformities on an unparalleled scale.


Pandemonium  (Del Rey, 2008.)


Adventures in an alternate world where archetypal entities from the collective unconscious possess individuals. Arguably fantasy.


GREGORY, GUY  (Pseudonym of Guier S. Wright III and G. Scott Wright Jr.)


Heroes of Zara Keep  (Bantam, 1982.)


                A band of young heroes is called upon to infiltrate a castle, avoid the attentions of the guardian dragon, and steal a magic crystal.




Highland Enchantment  (Avon, 1999.)


                A magical amulet affects a love affair.


Taming the Barbarian  (Avon, 2005.)


                Historical involving some peripheral magic.


GRESH, DANNY  (See collaboration with Lois Gresh.)


GRESH, LOIS  (See collaboration which follows.)


GRESH, LOIS & GRESH, DANNY  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Chuck Farris and the Tower of Darkness  (ECW, 2001.)


                A teenager discovers that every time he plays a new role playing game on his Playstation, he temporarily acquires the powers of a superhero character.


GREY, AMELIA  (Pseudonym of Gloria Dale Skinner.)


Taste of Sensation, A  (Berkley, 2005.)


                Historical romance with a benevolent ghost.




Shaggy Dog, The  (Simon & Schuster, 1967, Scholastic, 1970, from the screenplay by Bill Walsh and Lillie Hayward.)


                A magical spell turns a boy into a shaggy sheepdog.




Witch Twins  (Hyperion, 2001.)


Witch Twins #1.


                A pair of ten year old witches are appalled when their father announces his intention to remarry.


Witch Twins and Melody Malady  (Hyperion, 2004.)


Witch Twins #5.


                Two teenaged witches are magically transformed into animals.


Witch Twins and the Ghost of Glenn Bly  (Hyperion, 2004.)


Witch Twins #4.


                Teen witches perform an exorcism.


Witch Twins at Camp Bliss  (Hyperion, 2002.)


Witch Twins #2.


                Two young witches have various adventures at a summer camp and suspect that one of their fellow campers is also a witch.


Witch Twins and Melody Malady  (Hyperion, 2003.)


Witch Twins #3.


                Two young witches get involved with a television star.


GRIFFIN, KATE  (Pseudonym of Catherine Webb, whom see.)


Madness of Angels, A  (Orbit, 2010.)


Matthew Swift #1.




Midnight Mayor, The  (Orbit, 2010.)


Matthew Swift #2.


A sorcerer discovers that the magical protection of London is failing.


Minority Council, The  (Orbit, 2012.)


Matthew Swift #4.




Neon Court, The  (Orbit, 2011.)


Matthew Swift #3.






Vengeance Born (Berkley, 2012.)


Romance in a fantasy world.


GRIFFIN, P.M.  (See Peni Griffin and collaboration with Andre Norton.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


GRIFFIN, PENI R.  (See also P.M. Griffin.)


Dig in Time, A  (McElderry, 1991, Puffin, 1992.)


                Several children discover that objects they dig up around their new home can bring them back through time to when the objects were new.


Hobkin  (McElderry, 1992.)


                A displaced family is plagued by mysterious goings on at their new home, which the children eventually discover to be the work of a mysterious presence who has lived there since long before they arrived.


Margo’s House  (McElderry, 1996.)


                A young boy projects his consciousness into a doll to find his father, who is lying in a coma and has projected himself into another.


Maze, The  (McElderry, 1995.)


                Children are magically transported into a painting where they have to outwit or outsmart a bunch of mythological creatures.


Switching Well  (McElderry, 1993, Puffin, 1994.)


                Two children from different centuries, both unhappy with their times, wish to be transported to another historic period and find that they have indeed swapped places, after which each discovers that the change is a mixed blessing.




Conquering Dark, The (Del Rey, 2015.)


Crown and Key #2.




Geomancer, The (Pyr, 2015.)


Vampire Empire #4.


Humans have won independence from vampires in an alternate past.


Greyfriar, The  (Pyr, 2010.)


Vampire Empire #1.


Vampires took over the northern hemisphere of Earth during the 19th Century and a confrontation looms in the 21st.


Kingmakers, The  (Pyr, 2012.)


Vampire Empire #3.


A war among the vampire clans.


Rift Walker, The  (Pyr, 2011.)


Vampire Empire #2.


Humans struggle to unite against a nation of vampires.


Shadow Revolution, The (Del Rey, 2015.)


Crown and Key #1.


The supernatural in Victorian London.


Undying Legion, The (Del Rey, 2015.)


Crown and Key #3.


Victorian vampires.


GRIFFITH, GEORGE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Miss Marmion.  (See The Mummy and Miss Nitocris.)


Mummy and Miss Nitocris, The  (Laurie, 1906.  ?, as Miss Marmion, ?, 1906, as The Mummy and the Girl.)


                Three rivals from ancient Egypt are reincarnated in the modern world and battle for a magical jewel.


Mummy and the Girl, The.  (See The Mummy and Miss Nitocris.)


Valdar the Oft Born  (Pearson, 1895, FAX, 1972.)


                The son of Odin is reincarnated various times for a series of episodic adventures.




Strange News from Heaven  (Dickson, 1934.)


                A man’s discoveries in Heaven.




Big Fix, The (Tor, 2015.)


Quick Fix (Tor, 2015.)




Complete Grimm's Fairy Tales, The  (Pantheon, 1944.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Frog King and Other Tales of the Brothers Grijm, The  (Signet, 1964, translated by Alfred and Mary Elizabeth David.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Grimm’s Fairy Tales  (Penguin, 1995, MacMillan, ?  Scholastic, 1962, abridged by Nora Kramer.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


GRIMSHAW, NIGEL  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Bluntstone and the Wildkeepers  (Faber, 1974.)


Wildkeepers #1.


                Not seen. Destructive machines vs natural magic.


Wildkeepers’ Guest, The  (Faber, 1976.)


Wildkeepers #2.


                Two friends of magic take in an injured stranger, unaware that they may have given an advantage to the forces of evil science.


GRIMWOOD, JON COURTENAY  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


9Tailfox  (Gollancz, 2005.)


                A murdered man finds himself occupying another body and has to solve the crime.


Fallen Blade, The  (Orbit, 2011.)


Assassini #1.




Outcast Blade, The  (Orbit, 2012.)


Assassini #2.




GRIMWOOD, KEN  (Also writes Science Fiction and  Horror.)


Replay  (Arbor House, 1986, Grafton, 1987, Gollancz, 2004.)


                Jeff Winston keeps returning to his youth at the moment of death, and lives a variety of different lives through the same period of time.  But each cycle is slightly shorter and it appears that his ultimate end will catch up to him at last.




By Cheyenne Campfires  (Yale University Press, 1926, University of Nebraska, 1971.)


                Retelling of Native American folktales.




Jala's Mask (Pyr, 2014.)


Islanders use magic to protect themselves from raiders.


GRIP  (Pseudonym of L. Edgar Welch.)


How John Bull Lost London  (?, 1882.)


                Future war.


Monster Municipality, The  (?, 1882.)


                A dystopian novel.




Glassblower’s Children, The  (Dell Yearling, 1974, translated from the 1964 Swedish edition by Sheila La Farge.)


                Elaborate children’s fantasy about two youngsters kidnapped and subsequently rescued by a good magician.




Not Your Father's Horseman  (Dragon Moon, ?)


Earth is caught between black and white magic.




Anvil of the Sun  (Roc, 1996.)


Cloak and Dagger #1.


                A bored young woman who wishes to follow in her aunt’s footsteps and become an agent of the assassins’ guild embarks on a perilous adventure when her aunt gets in trouble.  Unfortunately, this means that both of them are beyond the limits of where the assassins can reach to help them.


Bridge of Valor  (Roc, 1997.)


Cloak and Dagger #2.


                Two fledgeling members of the assassins’ guild undertake to help an aristocrat who is plagued by a magical enemy.  They join him at his remote holding and discover that they may have taken on more than they can handle.  But naturally they’re wrong, because they succeed.


Cauldron of Iniquity  (Roc, 1999.)


Cloak and Dagger #3.


                Two assassins accept a position as bodyguards to the owner of a sex club.  One of them becomes captivated by this strange new world, but the others uncovers evidence that someone within the club is selling an illegal and dangerous drug.  The drug dealer might also be connected to the attempts to assassinate their employer.


GROSS, DAVE  (See also collaboration with Don Bassingthwaite.)


Black Wolf  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Sembia novel.


                A young man survives a mysterious hunting accident, but contracts lycanthropy from the wound.


King of Chaos (Paizo, 2013.)


A Pathfinder novel.


The demons are loose.


Lord of Runes (Paizo, 2015.)


A Pathfinder novel.


Investigators track down a necromancer.


Lord of Stormweather  (Wizards of the Coast, 2003.)


A Sembia novel.


                A magically equipped assassin tries to wipe out a prominent family.


Master of Devils  (Paizo, 2011.)


A Pathfinder novel.




Opportunity for Profit, An  (TSR, 1998.)


#5 in the multi-author Diamond Triangle saga.




Prince of Wolves  (Paizo, 2010.)




Queen of Thorns  (Paizo, 2012.)


A Pathfinder novel.


A group of elves search for a missing druid.




Golden Thorns, The  (Wildside, 2007.)


Falorn #2.




Green Lion, The  (Wildside, 2007.)


Falorn #1.






Magicians, The  (Viking, 2009.)


A young man becomes a sorcerer in contemporary New York and visits a magical world.




Touch of Camelot, A  (Harper, 1994.)


A woman's dream of Lancelot becomes strangely real when she recognizes his face as that of a policeman.



GRUBB, JEFF  (Also writes Science Fiction. See also collaborations with Matt Forbeck and  Ed Greenwood and Kate Novak.)


Brother’s War, The  (TSR, 1998.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                A magical world is torn by war which mixes sorcery with high technology, turning brother against brother.


Eternal Ice, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                After the advent of a new ice age, an evil sorcerer seeks to gather power.  He coerces a wandering adventurer into helping him at risk of his assistant's life.


Gathering Dark, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 1999.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                As civilization slides rapidly into chaos, one man must decide whether it is worth making a deal with evil forces in order to gain the magical powers that may enable him to stem the tide and drive off the enemies of his people.


Last Guardian, The  (Pocket, 2002.)


A Warcraft novel.


                The story of the original falling out between humans and orcs.


Lord Toede  (TSR, 1994.)


                A villainous hobgoblin sets off to have a few adventures at the expense of any innocent victim he encounters.


Shattered Alliance, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                At the end of an ice age, the survivors face a new danger.  A large number of undead creatures survived the cold and are now seeking warm blooded prey.




Magical Land of Noom, The  (Morrow, 1998. )


                Children’s book about a magical flying machine that carries some children to a marvelous land on the far side of the moon.




Attila’s Treasure  (Bantam, 1996.)


                An historical novel about an envoy sent to negotiate with Attila the Hun who discovers the secret of the gateway between life and death.


Gilgamesh  (Morrow, 2000.)


                Gilgamesh is a great king, but his pride has led him to ignore the gods.  Miffed, they create another king who is Gilgamesh's equal.  Although the two rivals become friends, theirs is a difficult and dangerous relationship.


Rheingold  (Bantam, 1994, Michael Joseph, 1994.)


                A retelling of various Norse legends in an epic length novel that spans generations and continents, with rival clans competing with one another as they simultaneously conquer and plunder much of the ancient world.




At the End of the World  (Matthews & Marrot, 1929.)


                Humanity finally achieves Utopia, so the world comes to an end.




Sword of Hachiman, The  (McGraw-Hill, 1981, Zebra, ?)


                Marginal historical fantasy set in Japan involving a possibly magical sword.


GUIN, CHRIS  (See collaboration with Holly Lisle.)




Autobiography of Santa Claus, The  (Summit, 1994.)


                Exactly what the title implies.




Adventures of Huru on the Road to Baghdad, The  (Hunter House, 1988.)


                Magical adventures of a young woman in the Middle East.




Questionable Practices (Small Beer, 2014.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


GUNN, JAMES (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Magicians, The  (Scribners, 1976, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1978, Signet, 1980.)


                A little old lady hires a private detective to find out the real identity of a mysterious figure.  He figures it for a pretty routine until he discovers his quarry is a powerful magician with the ability to call up genuine wizardry and supposedly mythical creatures.


Witching Hour, The  (Dell, 1970.)


                Collection of three unrelated short novels.




Green Isle of the Great Deep, The  (Faber, 1944.)


                Adventures in the Celtic afterlife.


Man Goes Alone.  (See The Serpent.)


Serpent, The  (Faber, 1948. Stewart, 1943, as Man Goes Alone.)


                Not seen.  Time travel.


GUNNARSSON, THORARINN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Dragonking of Mystara, The  (TSR, 1995.)


Mystara #2.


                An alliance between humans and dragons is put in jeopardy when some of the humans decide to sabotage the process and wipe out the dragons for good.


Dragonlord of Mystara, The  (TSR, 1994.)


Mystara #1.


                A retrospective look at the battle between humans and dragons before the land of Mystara was founded and a peace was forged.


Dragonmage of Mystara, The  (TSR, 1996.)


Mystara #3.


                A human must assert his authority and win the allegiance of the king of the dragons in order to enlist his help in a battle that could shape the future of dragons and humans alike.


Dragon’s Domain  (Ace, 1993.)


                One of the last dragons comes to the realization that if he is to save his species from extinction, he must make friends with a human and complete a quest that will restore their ancient magic.


Dragons on the Town  (Ace, 1992.)


Dragons #3.


                A young girl who is actually a shapechanged dragon, a real dragon, Sherlock Holmes, and friends all battle an evil sorceress in modern day New York City.


Human, Beware!  (Ace, 1990.)


Dragon #2.


                The human teen who befriended two displaced dragons returns with them to their own world, and discovers that she is just as disruptive an element there as they were in her own world.


Make Way for Dragons   (Ace, 1990.)


Dragons #1.


                A pair of dragons are inadvertently transported through a magical gateway to our world, where they make quite an impression on modern day California.


Revenge of the Valkyrie  (Ace, 1989.)


Norse #2.


                A host of gods and demigods sets out on a quest to recover a magical object from where it is guarded by a terrible monster.


Song of the Dwarves  (Ace, 1988.)


Norse #1.


                A rousing retelling of many of the more common stories from Norse mythology, including Odin, Thor, and a host of others.


GUON, ELLEN  (Also writes Science Fiction. See also collaborations with Mercedes Lackey.)


Bedlam Boyz  (Baen, 1993.)


Prequel to Bedlam’s Bard, written with Mercedes Lackey.


                A runaway teen with magical powers uses them to help others like herself until her activities attract the attention of an evil creature living concealed within the poorer parts of a major city.  Then she is forced to use them to protect herself and oppose an unholy evil.




Miracle, The  (Atria, 2002.)


                A nurse develops clairvoyant powers and is locked in battle with an age old force of evil.




Dinotopia  (Turner, 1992.)


A Dinotopia book.


                Essentially an artbook with some accompanying text about a magical land where humans and intelligent dinosaurs co-exist.


World Beneath, The  (Turner, 1995.)


A Dinotopia book.


                Exploration of the lost civilization whose traces exist in caverns beneath Dinotopia.




Ring Master, The  (Deutsch, 1987, Pan, 1988.)


                A bizarre fantasy based in part on Wagner involving a mystical journey to and from the world of a magical thousand year Reich.


GUSTAVE, OLGA  (Also writes Horror.)


Amazon Lunch  (Pendulum, 1970.)


                Pornography about a woman from a race that stands ten feet tall, with a proportional sex drive.


GUTHRIDGE, GEORGE  (See collaboration with Janet Berliner.)


GUTTENBERG, ELYSE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Sunder, Eclipse & Seed  (Roc, 1990.)


                Calyx is forbidden to study the knowledge she desires, the ability to read and interpret the dreams of others. When an evil force threatens her homeland, it turns out that she is possibly the only one with the magical talent to foresee the course of events and avert a catastrophe.


GUYMER, DAVID (Also writes Science Fiction.)


City of the Damned (Black Library, 2013.)


A Warhammer novel.




Headtaker (Black Library, 2013.)


A Warhammer novel.




Kinslayer (Black Library, 2014.)


A Warhammer novel.




Slayer (Black Library, 2015.)


A Warhammer novel.






Malice (Orbit, 2013.)


Faithful and Fallen #1.




Ruin (Orbit, 2015.)


Faithful and Fallen #3.




Time of Dread, A (Orbit, 2018.)


Valor (Orbit, 2014.)


Faithful and Fallen #2.




GYGAX, GARY  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Anubis Murders, The  (Roc, 1992, Paizo, ?.)


Setne #1.


                An Egyptian wizard threads his way through a maze of cults and killers as he and his bodyguard attempt to find out who is responsible for a series of brutal murders which are being blamed on the god whom they personally serve.


Artifact of Evil  (TSR, 1986.)


A Greyhawk novel.


                A magical but evil artifact is discovered, and the forces of good and evil battle to possess it, one for power, one to protect the world.


City of Hawks  (Ace New Infinities, 1987.)


Gord #3.


                The young Gord goes from uncertain orphaned waif to self confident hero in this tale of his young life in a corrupt city of evil magic.


Come Endless Darkness  (Ace New Infinities, 1988.)


Gord #4.


                Gord and his friends set out to track down an evil creature that not only menaces their entire world, but is already responsible for the death of the protagonist’s parents.


Dance of Demons  (New Infinities, 1988.)


Gord #5.


                Gord moves toward his final confrontation with ancient evil, penetrating into a mysterious city that holds the key that bars the doorway between the worlds.


Death in Delphi  (Roc, 1993, Paizo, ?.)


Setne #3.


                Missing crown jewels, a witch, and a gang of rebels threaten our heroes.


Infernal Sorceress (Paizo, ?)




Night Arrant  (Ace New Infinities, 1987.)


Gord #2.


                Collection of related stories about a barbarian hero.


Saga of Old City  (TSR, 1985.)


A Greyhawk novel.


                A young man’s coming of age in a depraved city full of madmen, monster, magic, and mayhem.


Samarkand Solution, The  (Roc, 1993, Paizo, ?.)


Setne #2.


                An Egyptian wizard tries to track down the leaders of a plot to split his nation into warring factions, using a terrible plague to shatter people’s confidence in the authorities.  But he is hindered by the mysterious murders of each of the plotters before he can question them.


Sea of Death  (Ace New Infinities, 1987.)


Gord #1.


                An heroic figure ventures out into a forbidding and forbidden desert in search of an ancient magical artifact whose possession by the unscrupulous could cause untold suffering.




Crimson Sea, The  (Archway, 1985.)


Sagard #3.


                Not seen.


Fire Demon, The  (Archway, 1986.)


Sagard #4.


                Not seen.


Green Hydra, The  (Archway, 1985.)


Sagard #2.


                Not seen.


Ice Dragon, The  (Archway, 1985.)


Sagard #1.


                Not seen.