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Mercer’s Whore  (Ripping, 1997.)


                Murky fantasy about a battle between good and evil in a mystical realm.




Just Ella  (Aladdin, 2001.)


                The sequel to Cinderella.


HAGGARD, H. RIDER  (See also collaboration which follows. Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Allan and the Ice-Gods  (Hutchinson, 1927, Doubleday, Page, 1927, Grosset, 1929, Pulp Fictions, 1999. Wildside 2002, as Allan Quatermain and the Ice Gods.)


An Allan Quartermain novel.


                Allan uses a magical herb to experience another of his previous incarnations, this time as a primitive caveman.


Allan Quatermain and the Ice Gods  (See Allan and the Ice Gods.)


Ancient Allan, The  (Cassell, 1920, Longmans, 1920, Wildside, 2000.)


An Allan Quartermain novel.


                Allan uses a magical herb to experience visions of previous incarnations of himself.


Annotated She,   (See She.)


Ayesha: The Return of She  (Ward Lock, 1905, Doubleday, Page, 1905, Grosset, 1905, Macdonald, 1956, Collins, 1957, Del Rey, 1978. New Orchard, 1986, bound with Benita.  Lancer, 1967, as The Return of She: Ayesha.  Pulp Fictions, 1998, as Ayesha.  )


Ayesha #2.


                Another expedition penetrates the mountains of Asia where they find a lost city dominated by a woman who is agelessly waiting for the reincarnation of her lost love.  Eventually a war breaks out between two factions.


Classic Adventures, The  (New Orchard, 1986.)


                Omnibus of Ayesha and Benita.


Cleopatra  (Munor, 1889, Pocket, 1962, Donohue Henneberry, ?, Wildside, 2002.)


                Marginal historical fantasy about the seductive and intelligent woman who virtually ruled Egypt during much of her lifetime.


Eric Brighteyes  (Longmans, 1891, Harper, 1891, Harrap, 1925, Macdonald, 1958, Hodder, 1963, Zebra, 1978, Wildside, 2002. Newcastle, 1974, as The Saga of Eric Brighteyes.)


                A Norse adventure involving a Viking warrior with a magic sword.


Five Adventure Novels  (Dover, 1951.)


                Omnibus of King Solomon’s Mines, Allan Quartermain, She, Allan’s Wife, and Maiwa’s Revenge.


Ghost Kings, The  (Cassell, 1908.  Authors & Newspapers, ?, as The Lady of the Heavens.)


                A tribe with magical powers is called upon to resolve the conflict between two other tribes.


Ivory Child, The  (Cassell, 1916, Longmans, 1916, MacDonald, 1928, Wildside, 2002.)


An Allan Quartermain adventure.


                Allan is off to rescue a girl kidnapped by two African magicians, but he discovers that their magic is real and that his weapons are useless against them and their supernaturally powered elephant.


Lady of the Heavens, The.  (See The Ghost Kings.)


Lost Civilizations  (Dover, 1953.)


                Omnibus of Cleopatra, Eric Brighteyes, and Montezuma’s Daughter.


Love Eternal  (?, Wildside, 2003.)


                Odd novel involving a form of reincarnation.


Mahatma and the Hare, The  (Longmans, 1911, Holt, 1911.)


                A dream journey to speak to an intelligent rabbit.


Morning Star  (Cassell, 1910, Longmans, 1910, Zebra, 1978.)


                Egyptian magic and the wrath of the gods affect the career of a prince of that land in this historical adventure.  Includes discorporated personalities and reincarnation.


Red Eve  (Hodder, 1911, Doubleday, 1911.)


                A figure with supernatural powers takes a hand to help a man recover the woman he loves and track down a traitor.


Return of She: Ayesha, The.  (See Ayesha: The Return of She.)


Saga of Eric Brighteyes, The.  (See Eric Brighteyes.)


She  (Longmans, 1886, Harper, 1886, Lovell, 1887, Grosset, 1926, Macdonald, 1948, Hodder, 1949, Collins, 1957, Lancer, 1961, Pyramid, 1966, Airmont, 1967, Ballantine, ?, Street & Smith Select Library, ?, Pulp Fictions, 1998.  Indiana University, 1991, as The Annotated She.)


Ayesha #1.


                The ruler of a lost civilization is a woman who has apparently lived two thousand years in this Asian adventure novel.  An outsider wins her affection but declines to step into the sacred flame that will make him equally immortal.  Note that Richard Monaco wrote a sequel to this novel.


She and Allan  (Longmans, 1920, Hutchinson, 1921, Macdonald, 1960, Newcastle, 1975, Pulp Fictions, 1998.  Ballantine, ?, Wildside, 2002.)


Ayesha #3.


                Allan Quartermain travels to the land of She in search of answers but finds only more questions.


She/Return of She  (Lancer, 1972.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Smith and the Pharoahs and Other Tales  (Arrowsmith, 1920, Longmans, 1921.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Treasure of the Lake  (Hutchinson, 1926, Doubleday, Page, 1926, Grosset, 1928.)


An Allan Quartermain novel.


                Allan is enlisted to aid a man reclaim his birthright, although he turns out to be pretty much of a cad.  A European is magically lured to the same area, where a genuine sorceress can cause natural disasters in defense of her rule.


Wanderer’s Necklace, The  (Cassell, 1913, Longmans, 1914, Zebra, 1978, Wildside, 2002.)


                A Viking warrior incurs the wrath of the gods and is cursed to wander the Earth facing many dangers, learns of his previous incarnation, and has visions.


Wisdom’s Daughter  (Hutchinson, 1923, Doubleday, Page, 1923, Grosset, 1927, Del Rey, 1978.)


Ayesha #4.


                The origin story of Ayesha, explaining how her forbidden love angered the gods and resulted in her being cursed to deathlessness.


Yellow God, The  (Cupples & Leon, 1908, Cassell, 1909, Wildside, 2002, Armchair, 2016.)


                An enchanted mask proves crucial in a complicated web of financial skullduggery.




World’s Desire, The  (Longmans, 1889, Hodder, 1920, Macdonald, 1953, Ballantine, 1972.)


                A sequel to The Odyssey, this is the story of Odysseus’ subsequent search for Helen of Troy in Egypt and his adventures in that land.  Includes a magical serpent, and the protagonist’s death.


HAHN, MARY DOWNING  (Also writes Horror.)


Doll in the Garden, The  (Clarion, 1989.)


                Magical time travel.




Creature of Moonlight, A  (HMH, 2014.)


A princess must accept her birthright.


HAILEY, JOHANNA  (Pseudonym of Sharon Jarvis and Marcia Yvonne Howl.)


Beloved Paradise  (Zebra, 1987.)


                Not seen.


Crystal Paradise  (Zebra, 1986.)


                Not seen.


Enchanted Paradise  (Zebra, 1985.)


                Not seen.


Sea Treasure  (Pinnacle, 1994.)


Not seen. Romance about a man rescued by a mermaid.




Deceived by the Others (Zebra, 2011.)


Shiarra Waynest #3.




Forsaken by the Others  (Zebra, 2013.)


Shiarra Waynest #5.


Someone is using zombies to kill vampires.


Hunted by the Others  (Zebra, 2010.)


Shiarra Waynest #1.


A private detective tries to recover an artifact from a vampire.


Stalking the Others (Zebra, 2012.)


Shiarra Waynest #4.


A detective is caught between vampires and werewolves.


Taken by the Others  (Zebra, 2010.)


Shiarra Waynest #2.






Mage's Blood (Jo Fletcher, 2013)


Moontide #1.


Two disparate cultures are occasionally linked by a magical bridge.


Scarlet Tides (Jo Fletcher, 2014.)


Moontide #2.


The conquest of a rival kingdom presents problems.




Redwood and Wildfire  (Aqueduct, 2011.)


Alternate America where magic works.


Will Do Magic for Small Change (Aqueduct, 2016.)


A woman tries to figure out her family history, which involves ghosts and aliens.


HALAM, ANN  (Pseudonym of Gwyneth Jones, who writes science fiction under that name.  Also writes Fantasy and Horror.)


Alder Tree, The  (Allen & Unwin, 1982.)


                A young girl encounters a dragon.


Ally, Ally Aster  (Allen & Unwin, 1981.)


                Children deal with a family curse.


Daymaker, The  (Orchard, 1987.)


Inland #1.


                In a far future Earth, magic has replaced technology.  A young girl sets out on a journey of adventure and discovery.


Skybreaker, The  (Orchard, 1990.)


Inland #3.


                In a magical future, two friends explore the possibility that in a far land old technology still exists.


Transformations   (Orchard, 1988.)


Inland #2.


                The protagonist encounters a dangerous artifact which spawns werebeasts.


HALDANE, CHARLOTTE  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Melusine, or Devil Take Her  (Barker, 1936.)


                Historical fantasy about secret forces manipulating humankind.


HALDEMAN, JOE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Guardian  (Ace, 2002.)


                In the late 19th Century, a woman fleeing an abusive husband encounters a supernatural creature who takes here on a tour of the universe.




Esbae: A Hunter’s Tale  (Avon, 1981.)


                A college student discovers that one of her peers has conjured up a magical creature that wants her life as payment for its gifts.  Fortunately, she is aided by a magical companion of her own and manages to escape that fate and deal with the bad guys.


Lastborn of Elvinwood, The  (Doubleday, 1978, Avon, 1980.)


                An unfortunate human gate crashes a fairy revel and is compelled to find a human woman who will willingly marry one of the fairy princes as the price of remaining alive.


Star of the Sea  (Doubleday, 1978, Avon, 1981.)


                A lonely young girl has her life turned around when a statue talks to her.




Destined Queen, The  (Luna, 2005.)


Maura Woodbury #2.


                A woman sets out on a quest to fulfill a magical prophecy.


Wizard's Ward, The  (Luna, 2004.)


Maura Woodbury #1.


                A woman fated to be queen and an outlaw search for a missing king and find themselves in love.


HALE, F.J.  (Writes science fiction as Edward S. Hudson.)


In the Sea Nymph’s Lair  (Pageant, 1989.)


Spell Wars #2.


                A group of adventurers are separated after a storm at sea, and each has to deal with his or her own particular dangers.


Ogre Castle  (Pageant, 1988.)


Spell Wars #1.


                An itinerant magician accepts a job expelling demons and other malevolent spirits from an abandoned castle that was infested with these creatures during a recently ended series of wars.




Chariot of Fire  (Hodder, 1977, Doubleday, 1977, Avon, 1978.)


                A damned soul falls into bad company in Hell and teams up with Cleopatra and others in a plot to overthrow Satan and seize control of the nether regions.




Rise of the Horned Rat, The (Black Library, 2015.)


A Warhammer novel.




Skarsnik (Black Library, 2013.)


A Warhammer novel.


A goblin uprising.




Spirit Lovers and Other Stories  (Simpkin, 1903.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Tales of the Wonder Club  (Burleigh, 1900.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Tales of the Wonder Club II  (Burleigh, 1904.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Tales of the Wonder Club III  (Burleigh, 1905.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Foam of the Sea and Other Tales  (Roberts, 1895.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Legends of the Serai  (Dragon Moon, ?)


A fantasy world is wracked by war.




Wall, The  (1st Books, 2003.)


                An ordinary man is enlisted into a mystical battle for control of human destiny.


HALL, JOHN RYDER  (Also writes Science Fiction. Pseudonym of William Rotsler.)


Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger  (Pocket, 1977, based on the screenplay by Beverley Cross.)


                Sinbad sets out on a perilous voyage to find a potion that can reverse the magic spell that changed a prince into a baboon.  He is pursued by an evil witch and her son as they discover a magical lost land surrounded by fields of ice.




Ways of Lonely Ones  (Phoenix, 1934.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Death's Redemption (Forever Yours, 2014.)


A seer battles the supernatural.




Dragon Days  (Bodley Head, 1985.)


                Not seen.




Alura's Wish  (Jove, 1999.)


                A woman reluctantly agrees to marry a formidable soldier, and discovers among his effects an artifact that allows her to summon genies.  Her subsequent wishes have the predictable unpredictable results.


Spirit Catcher  (Jove, 1998.)


                A woman visiting a western ghost town is the only person who can see the ghost of a sheriff dead for over a century.  He’s a handsome, charming man with whom she unwillingly falls in love.


Yesterday's Flame  (Jove, 2000.)


                A fire fighter in the present shelters in a cave and emerges into California in 1906, where she has various adventures and falls in love.  A romance novel.


HAMBLY, BARBARA  (See also collaboration with Marc Scott Zicree. Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Armies of Daylight, The  (Del Rey, 1983, Unwin, 1985, HarperCollins, ?)


Darwath #3.


                Although magic may be the only way to save the human race from a magical enemy, fanatics among the survivors are determined to destroy all the wizards, regardless of the consequences.


Beauty and the Beast  (Avon, 1989, Unwin, 1990.)


Beauty and the Beast #1.


                Based on the television series.  A woman is injured mortally, but is saved by a half human, half animal creature who lives secretly beneath the city streets.


Circle of the Moon  (Warner, 2005.)


Raven #2.


                A group of women seek to develop their magical powers in a male dominated world.


Dark Hand of Magic, The  (Del Rey, 1990, Unwin, 1990.)


Sun Wolf #3.


                A warrior with magical powers helps his old comrades in their quest to conquer the city of a wizard, but its ruler is not pleased with his interference and vows to have his revenge.


Darkmage  (Doubleday, 1988.)


                Omnibus of The Silent Tower and The Silicon Mage.


Dog Wizard  (Del Rey, 1992, HarperCollins, 1993.)


Windrose #3.


                A renegade mage is forced to return to the fold to save the woman he loves and end the chaos that allows monsters and men from various dimensions to invade worlds other than their own.


Dragonsbane  (Del Rey, 1985, Unwin, 1986.)


Dragon #1.


                A group of adventurers team up on a quest to destroy a dragon that has conquered an entire city, but have second thoughts after they discover the true state of affairs.


Dragonshadow  (Del Rey, 1999.)


Dragon #2.


                When his son is kidnapped by demons, a dragonslayer must seek the help of a powerful dragon in order to defeat the army of demons and their sorcerous allies.


Icefalcon’s Quest  (Del Rey, 1998, Harper, 1998.)


A Dare novel.


                A young aristocrat is kidnapped by a villain from the only stable civilization in a chaotic world.  The kidnapper hopes to use the boy’s magical talents to rule the world, but he is thwarted by a heroic figure who overcomes the animosity of his own people along with the usual panoply of monsters in order to save the day.


Knight of the Demon Queen  (Del Rey, 2000.)


Dragon #3.


                A magician and his wife both find themselves indebted to demonic forces.  One is sexually attracted to the demon who once possessed her, and the other is being blackmailed by the ruler of the demons, who helped him to rescue his wife.  Now she wants to extend her influence into other worlds and he has no choice but to assist.


Ladies of Mandrigyn  (Del Rey, 1984, Unwin, 1986.)


Sun Wolf #1.


                A brilliant warrior is poisoned by a group of women who promise him the antidote, but only after he saves them from the encroaching armies of an evil wizard king.


Magicians of Night, The  (Del Rey, 1991, Grafton, 1992.)


Sun Cross #2.


                A wizard finds himself in Nazi Germany early in the war and resists the urging of several local magicians that he help them defeat their enemies, eventually discovering the truth about the government that seeks his help.


Mother of Winter  (Del Rey, 1996, HarperCollins, 1997.)


A Dare novel.


                A great war has left a small kingdom comparatively safe, beset on all sides by unnatural forests and other growths.  The land’s greatest magician leads an expedition to the south to try to find the source of the evil magic, but while he is gone, those left behind must contend with increasingly aggressive enemies, and factions within their own people.


Rainbow Abyss, The  (Del Rey, 1991, Grafton, 1991.)


Sun Cross #1.


                A blind wizard with magical glasses answers a desperate summons from another universe where magic has ceased to exist and a terrible danger threatens its inhabitants.


Silent Tower, The  (Del Rey, 1986, Unwin, 1987, HarperCollins, ?)


Windrose #1.


                A sinister being is crossing the void between the universes, kidnapping a woman into a magical realm menaced by its evil forces.  There she must find a way to escape and seek allies among the forces of light.


Silicon Mage, The  (Del Rey, 1988, Unwin, 1988, HarperCollins, ?)


Windrose #2.


                An evil magician plans to move his consciousness into a computer, from which he will then be able to dominate more than one universe.  But a woman of Earth is determined to prevent him from succeeding, and perhaps rescue the man she loves in the process.


Sisters of the Raven  (Warner, 2002.)


Raven #1.


                Chaos reigns when all of the magic possessed by the men of the Yellow City is suddenly transferred to formerly powerless women.


Song of Orpheus  (Avon, 1990.)


Beauty and the Beast #2.


                Fresh challenges for two unlikely lovers, a beautiful woman from the surface world, and a beastlike creature from beneath the ground who is nonetheless a noble spirit.


Sorcerer’s Ward, The.  (See Stranger at the Wedding.)


Stranger at the Wedding  (Del Rey, 1994.  HarperCollins, 1994, as The Sorcerer’s Ward.)


Windrose #4.


                A sorceress challenges the anger of her family and an evil force that has targeted her sister in order to save that young woman’s life.


Sun-Cross  (Guild America, 1992.)


                Omnibus of The Rainbow Abyss and Magicians of the Night.


Time of the Dark, The  (Del Rey, 1982, Unwin, 1985, HarperCollins, ?)


Darwath #1.


                A young woman is troubled by visions of an unearthly evil menacing another world, and eventually learns that she is seeing what is actually happening on another plane of existence.


Unschooled Wizard, The  (Doubleday, 1987, Unwin, 1987.)


                Omnibus of The Ladies of Mandrigyn and The Witches of Wenshar.


Walls of Air, The  (Del Rey, 1983, Unwin, 1985, HarperCollins, ?)


Darwath #2.


                A wizard sets out to find allies in his attempt to save the last survivors of the human race from an alien menace that is sweeping across their dimension, destroying everything it touches.


Witches of Wenshar, The  (Del Rey, 1987, Unwin, 1987.)


Sun Wolf #2.


                A warrior and his witch woman venture into an abandoned city rumored to have been built by witches, and discover that ancient evil forces are freshly astir, and about to send evil magic out into the surrounding lands.




Snow in August  (Little, Brown, 1997.)


                Marginal fantasy about life in modern Brooklyn and the power of magic from legends.




Dragonslayer (Tor, 2019.)


Dragon #1.


A retired hero must confront an angry dragon.


Knight of the Silver Circle (Tor, 2019.)


Dragon #2.


A retired knight and friends rise to a new occasion.


Servant of the Crown (Tor, 2020.)


Dragon #3.


The threat to the throne is finally defeated


HAMILTON, EDMOND  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Daughter of Thor, The (Armchair, 2016, bound with Talents, Incorporated by Murray Leinster. Magazine appearance 1942.)


A Norse god intervenes during World War II.


Monsters of Jotunheim, The.  (See A Yank at Valhalla.)


Yank at Valhalla, A  (Ace, 1973, bound with The Sun Destroyers by Ross Rocklynne.  Magazine version, 1941. Consul, 1950, World, 1950, as The Monsters of Jotunheim.)


                A contemporary soldier finds himself transported into the middle of Ragnarok, where he is to be a key figure in the final battle of the Norse gods.




Fairy Ring, The  (Tor, 2011.)


Fairies in Victorian England.


HAMILTON, LAURELL K.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Caress of Twilight, A  (Ballantine, 2002.)


Faery #2.


                The princess of Faery has come out of hiding and must solve a series of murders and get herself pregnant if she is to remain in line for the throne.


Death of a Darklord  (TSR, 1995.)


A Ravenloft novel.


                The dead return in another form in this dark fantasy set in a shared world where gothic magic is the order of the day.


Divine Misdemeanors  (Ballantine, 2009.)


Faery #8.


A faery princess tries to find out who is murdering others of her kind.


Kiss of Shadows, A  (Ballantine, 2000.)


Faery #1.


                In an alternate version of our world where fairies are real and interact with humans, along with a variety of other mythical lifeforms, a runaway princess tries to figure out how to survive in a dangerous mix of court politics and intrigue.  Heavy on the erotic content.


Lick of Frost  (Ballantine, ?)


Faery #6.




Mistral’s Kiss  (Ballantine, 2006.)


Faery #5.


                A half fairy woman runs into fresh erotic trouble when she goes to the royal court.


Nightseer  (Roc, 1992.)


                A young woman has been granted unprecedented magical powers with which to avenge a murder but she must walk a narrow line between justice and power for its own sake.


Seduced by Moonlight  (Ballantine, 2004.)


Faery #3.


                Fairy court politics, private detectives, a runaway princess, and lots of erotic sex.


Shiver of Light, A (Berkley, 2014.)


Faery #9.




Strange Candy  (Berkley, 2006.)


                Collection of sometimes related stories.


Stroke of Midnight, A  (Ballantine, 2005.)


Faery #4.


                More elvish politics as efforts continue to kill the protagonist.


Swallowing Darkness  (Ballantine, 2008.)


Faery #7.


The heir apparent to the throne of Faery must prove she can produce a child.




Dark Way, The  (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Her Stories  (Scholastic, 1995.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Magical Adventures of Pretty Pearl, The  (Harper & Row, 1983.)


                Not seen.


People Could Fly, The  (Knopf, 2000.)


                Collection of retold American Black folktales.


HAMMELL, IAN  (House pseudonym.  See below.)


Burning Goddess, The  (Ace, 1994.)  (Actual author unknown.)


Shadow World #1.


                A blend of SF and fantasy with magical events taking place on a far planet.  A newcomer struggles to survive jungles and their inhabitants, aided in his quest by the power of teleportation.


City of Assassins  (Ace, 1995.)  (Actual author unknown.)


Sword World #3.


                A nonhuman race thought driven into near extinction has secretly returned and is plotting to overthrow human rule and make them a subject race.


Clock Strikes Sword   (Ace, 1995.)  (Stephen Billias.)


Shadow World #2.


                Two rival nations, one that wields magical swords, the other with power over the flow of time, are forced to put aside their differences when a third and greater force attacks them both.


Stormriders  (Ace, 1996.)  (Roxanne Longstreet.)


Shadow World #4.


                A man searches for his missing son in a violent alien world full of sorcerers and other dangers, while his evil wife plots to kill him.


HANCOCK, NIEL  (Note, all except Dragon Winter are set in the same magical world.)


Across the Far Mountain  (Popular Library, 1982.)


Wilderness of Four #1.


                First in a series of prequels to the Circle of Light series.  This tells of the early life and rise to power of the king of the Bears, who is a pivotal character in the later series.


Bridge of Dawn, The  (Questar, 1991.)


Windameir #4.


                With a magical sword to assist them, a band of warriors and wizards defeats a villainous sorceress and her army of nasty dragons.


Calix Stay  (Popular Library, 1977, Starscape, 2004.)


Circle of Light #3.


                Our heroes have secured magical weapons for their defense, but to keep them they must escape their pursuers in a daring chase across country.


Circle of Light (?, 1977)




Dragon Winter  (Popular Library, 1978.)


                An evil wizard has brought a fierce winter accompanied by ravenous wolves, and the peaceful animals who are his victims must learn to cooperate in order to survive.


Faragon Fairingay  (Popular Library, 1977, Starscape, 2004.)


Circle of Light #2.


                A band of adventurers descend into the underworld on their quest to retrieve magical artifacts which will help them in their battle against evil magic.


Fires of Windameir, The  (Warner, 1985.)


Windameir #1.


                The evil forces believed defeated have recovered and are preparing a fresh assault against the land of Atlanton, so a new generation of heroes is required to rise to the occasion.


Greyfax Grimwald   (Popular Library, 1977, Starscape, 2004.)


Circle of Light #1.


                A magician and his animal allies are called upon to rally the forces opposed to the enchantments of the Dark Queen.


On the Boundaries of Darkness  (Popular Library, 1982.)


Wilderness of Four #3.


                The story of a young wizard who isn’t quite as wise as he thinks, and who must team up with a brave warrior to defeat an evil enemy.


Plains of the Sea, The  (Popular Library, 1982.)


Wilderness of Four #2.


                A leader among the dwarves sets out for a series of adventures during which he acquires magical powers and becomes one of the saviors of his land.


Road to the Middle Islands, The  (Warner, 1983.)


Wilderness of Four #4.


                Episodic adventures of an otter who becomes one of the leaders of his people in the soon to come battle against an evil sorceress.


Sea of Silence, The  (Questar, 1987.)


Windameir #2.


                Adventurers rescue a kidnapped woman from a spiderlike but intelligent creature of evil.


Squaring the Circle  (Popular Library, 1977, Starscape, 2004.)


Circle of Light #4.


                The heroes of the previous three adventures pool their resources in a final confrontation with the Dark Queen, and vanquish her.


Wanderer’s Return, A  (Questar, 1988.)


Windameir #3.


                The world of Atlanton is doomed to fall beneath an evil rule unless our heroes can waken the power of a magical sword and use it to defeat their enemy.




My Irish Enchantress  ( Zebra, 1999.)


                A medieval princess finds a magical piece of jewelry that brings her to the 19th Century in North America, an unusual twist to the standard time travel romance.


HAND, ELIZABETH  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Mortal Love  (Morrow, 2004.)


                A scholar in England meets a mysterious woman who is actually an immortal creature who has lived through many generations.




Healer's Keep, The  (Dell, 2004.)


                An evil force threatens a school for magical healers.


Light of the Oracle, The  (David Fickling, 2005.)


                A young girl who has magical visions finds herself in danger when others learn of her power.


Seer and the Sword, The  (Dell, 2002, Dell Laurel, 2005.)


                Young adult novel about the quest for a magic sword.




Starry Child, The  (Onyx, 1998.)


                When she becomes nearly autistic after an accident, a young girl attracts the attention of a linguist who discovers the child has mysterious knowledge of events generations earlier, whose impact has doomed the girl unless an old mystery can be solved.




Walk in the Garden, A  (Tafford, 1996.)


                Light fantasy quest novel about a young man given a magical gift as part of his coming of age, during which he must prove his maturity to be worthy of his high place in society.




Once in Every Life  (Gold Medal, 1993.)


                Time travel romance in which a research scientist dies and finds herself back in the years following the Civil War, where she makes a new life for herself.




Thuka of the Moon  (Digby, Long, 1906.)


                Gods on the moon create living creatures for their amusement.


HANOVER, M.L.N.  (Pseudonym of Daniel Abraham, whom see.)


Darker Angels  (Pocket, 2009.)


Black Sun's Daughter #2.


A woman attempts to discover the identity of a person possessed by a demon.


Killing Rites  (Pocket, 2011.)


Black Sun's Daughter #4.


Possession by a mysterious entity gives a woman magical powers.


Unclean Spirits  (Pocket, 2008.)


Black Sun's Daughter #1.


A woman discovers the existence of a cabal of wizards.


Vicious Grace  (Pocket, 2010.)


Black Sun's Daughter #3.






Book of Mordred, The  (Ace, 1988.)


Camelot #2.


                The quest for the holy grail is not always conducted by men of honor, and King Arthur’s own son is one of those with less than pristine motives.


Last Knight of Albion, The  (Bluejay, 1986, Ace, 1987.)


Camelot #1.


                Sir Percevale pursues his old age chasing after Mordred, whom he is still pledged to punish for his perfidy.  But instead he finds love along with adventure.




Moonspell  (Columbine, 1989.)


Unicorn Queen #6.


                Not seen.



Sun Blind  (Fawcett Columbine, 1988.)


Secret of the Unicorn Queen #2.


                An evil king dominates a magical kingdom.


HANSEN, JAMIE LEIGH  (Also writes Horror.)


Betrayed  (Tor, 2008.)


Paranormal romance about immortals trying to escape bondage.




Smoke in the Wind  (Five Star, 2004.)


                A visitor to a planet where magic works gets involved with reptilian bad guys.


HAPKA, CATHY  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Oasis  (Random House, 2002.)


A Dinotopia novel.


                Two young travelers find a lost colony of intelligent dinosaurs.




Cupid’s Darts  (Signet, 1998.)


Cupid #2.


                Cupid tries to arrange a love affair but overdoes it.  The target of his ministrations now worships the woman as a goddess rather than as a mortal to be wooed and won.


Cupid’s Kiss  (Signet, 1999.)


Cupid #3.


                A woman falls in love with a man who is actually Eros, the god of love, sent to Earth on a quest to preserve the existence of the gods.


Cupid’s Mistake  (Signet, 1997.)


Cupid #1.


                Not seen.




Briar Queen (Harper, 2015.)


Night #2.




Nettle King (Harper, 2016.)


Night #3.




Thorn Jack (Harper, 2014.)


Night #1.






Gears of Faith, The (Tor, 2017.)


A Pathfinder novel.


Quest to recover a magical artifact.




Changeling Hearts  (?, 1995.)


Trafarionath #2.




Streamskelter  (?, 1994.)


Trafarionath #1.






Face Like Glass, A (MacMillan, 2012, Amulet, 2017.)


An unusual story set in a world where people have to learn how to express emotion in their faces.




Drops of Corruption  (Roc, 2006.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                A failed magician gets involved with organized crime.




Archimage's Fourth Daughter (Bartizan, 2017.)


Alodar #4.


Magic works differently on another planet.


Double Magic (Bartizan, 2019.)


Alodar #6.


Magic and spaceships to save the galaxy.


Magic Times Three (Bartizan, 2019.)


Alodar #5.


Parallel universes, time travel, and magic.


Master of the Five Magics  (Del Rey, 1980, Corgi, 1985.)


Alodar #1.


                An apprentice magician studies all the different branches of magic in order to make himself a worthy suitor for the queen he loves, and experiences a personal crisis during the siege of a castle.


Riddle of the Seven Realms  (Del Rey, 1988, Corgi, 1989.)


Alodar #3.


                A con man gets on the wrong side of a gaggle of wizards and an even bigger gaggle of imps, so he’s off on a merry chase that ends with a quest across a variety of universes.


Secret of the Sixth Magic  (Del Rey, 1984, Corgi, 1986.)


Alodar #2.


                An inhuman creature is sucking all the magic out of the land, and already several branches of the magical arts no longer work.  In order to defeat the creature, a wizard must travel to another universe and master a previously unknown branch of the arcane sciences.


HARDY, NAOMI  (Also writes Horror.)


Much of Magic and Miracles  (Manor, 1979.)


                Not seen.


HARDY, ROBIN  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Chataine’s Guardian, The  (Word, ?)


Lystra #1.




High Lord of Lystra  (Word, 1986.)


Lystra #3.


                The battle for the throne concludes.


Stone of Help  (Word, ?)


Lystra #2.






Atalanta  (?, 1949.)


                Achilles is sent to Atlantis to prevent a war.




Discovery of Witches, A  (Viking, 2011.)


Diana Bishop #1.


A researched discovers proof  of witches and vampires.


Shadow of Night (Viking, 2012.)


Diana Bishop #2.


A woman and a vampire in Elizabethan London.


HARLAN, THOMAS  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Dark Lord, The  (Tor, 2002.)


Oath of Empire #4.


                The eastern empire has fallen to an army aided by magic and augmented by the undead.  Rome must rely on sorcery of its own if it is to survive.


Gate of Fire, The  (Tor, 2000.)


Oath of Empire #2.


                The sorcerer intent upon controlling the known world is plotting again, and this time those who were allied against him are scattered and disunited.  Then one of them experiences a vision and receives a magical power to use against the evil.


Shadow of Ararat, The  (Tor, 1999.)


Oath of Empire #1.


                A number of characters get caught up in the siege of Constantinople, which is being fought with the usual weapons, but also with dark sorcery on both sides of the battle lines.  Julius Caesar and other historical figures are raised from the dead to help in the battle.


Storm of Heaven, The  (Tor, 2001.)


Oath of Empire #3.


                An alternate history in which Rome, Persia, and an Arab empire are fighting a three sided war.  Other enemies are arising as well, and since all of the various parties have sorcerers allied with them, the results are unpredictable.




Ferren and the Angel  (Penguin, 2000.)


                Not seen.


HARMAN, ANDREW  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Deity Dozen, The  (Legend, 1996.)


                The city manager of one of the metropolises of Hell has gone on an efficiency drive that is making the afterlife unbearable even for the demons, until one among their number decides to do something about it.


Fahrenheit 666  (Legend, 1996.)


Firkin #4.


                A bunch of demons leave Hell for a vacation in this often amusing adventure.


Frogs of War, The  (Legend, 1994.)


Firkin #2.


                Not seen.


101 Damnations  (Legend, 1995.)


Set in the same world as the Firkin series.


                An attempt to create a virtual dragon for a school of thaumaturgy goes awry and results in a horde of ravening dogs..


Passion Play, A  (Orbit, 2000.)


                Comic fantasy involving experimental therapy using animals to help people recover, with hilarious consequences.


Scrying Game, The  (Legend, 1996.)


                The official seer for a remote village is actually a fraud whose customers are beginning to suspect something.  So he buys a scrying glass from a traveler and thereby gets into more trouble than he escapes.


Sorcerer’s Appendix, The  (Legend, 1993.)


                Two adventurers overcome various obstacles to get an audience with their king and expose the exploitation of his kingdom.


Suburban Salamander Incident, The  (?)


                Not seen.


Tome Tunnel, The  (Legend, 1994.)


Firkin #3.


                Not seen.




Fat Man, The  (Dutton, 2010.)


One of Santa's elves is suspected of murder.


HARNESS, CHARLES L.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Cybele, with Bluebonnets  (NESFA, 2002.)


                A gentle ghost story in which a man's lost love returns as an invisible spirit to help him find happiness.


HARPER, STEVEN (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Blood Storm (Roc, 2015.)


Blood and Iron #2.




Iron Axe (Roc, 2015.)


Blood and Iron #1.




HARPUR, PATRICK  (Also writes Horror.)


Mercurius, of the Marriage of Heaven and Earth  (Macmillan, 1990.)


                Murky fantasy about an alchemical quest that stretches from one world to another.


HARRIS, ANNE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Inventing Memory  (Tor, 2004.)


                A graduate student uses mystical techniques to send her mind back to that of a slave girl in ancient Sumer.




Incident in the Stlalakum Wild  (?, 1972.)


                Young adult fantasy about a magical forest.


Once More Upon a Totem  (?, 1973.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Once Upon a Totem  (?, 1963.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HARRIS, DEBORAH TURNER  (See also collaborations with Katherine Kurtz.)


Burning Stone, The  (Tor, 1987.)


Mages of Garillon #1.


                A magician is banished from his order because of his inability to control himself, but he still maintains his abilities.  Evil forces wish to pervert him to their own goals, but his friends are determined to keep him to the path of light.


Caledon of the Mists  (Ace, 1994.)


Caledon #1.


                The exiled rulers of a magical realm return in an effort to overthrow the usurper, but the heir apparent dies early in the struggle.  It then falls to his sister to lead the rebellion.


City of Exile, The  (Ace, 1997.)


Caledon #3.


                A conference has been called to end the war between two kingdoms, but one of the parties is planning to use the meeting as an opportunity to assassinate the queen who rules their rival, and seize the magical stone that is the source of her power.


Gauntlet of Malice, The  (Tor, 1987.)


Mages of Garillon #2.


                An outcast magician is unjustly accused of murder and, deprived of the magical stone that is the source of his power, he is left to his own resources as he attempts to clear his name.


Queen of Ashes, The  (Ace, 1995.)


Caledon #2.


                Although she reclaimed the throne for her family, Mhairi has to face a new threat.  An ancient evil has hatched a fresh plot to develop hegemony over her land if she falters in her control.


Spiral of Fire  (Tor, 1989.)


Mages of Garillon #3.


                A supernatural creature has been loosed in a land that is still recovering from a magical war, and an outcast sorcerer is the only one with the power to send it back to the realm from which it came.




Children of the Wind, The  (Macmillan, 1982, Greenwillow, 1982, Dell Laurel, 1987.)


Seven Citadels #2.


                The search for a legendary figure is hampered by tribes of hostile warriors who oppose the passage of a group of adventurers.


Dead Kingdom, The  (Greenwillow, 1983, Morrow, 1983, Dell Laurel, 1987.)


Seven Citadels #3.


                To solve the next step in the puzzle of their quest, the adventurers must defeat a malevolent beast, discern truth among various illusions, while back home their ruler has died and less savory forces are organizing to steal the throne.


Prince of the Godborn  (Greennwillow, 1982, Morrow, 1982, Dell Laurel, 1987.)


Seven Citadels #1.


                An imperiled kingdom can only be saved if a legendary figure is rescued from his magical imprisonment behind seven gates.  A nobleman and his friends set out to find the savior and effect his rescue.


Seventh Gate, The  (Greenwillow, 1983, Morrow, 1983, Dell Laurel, 1987.)


Seven Citadels #4.


                The protagonist overcomes the last barriers and frees the legendary figure whose presence is essential to the freedom of his country.


White Cranes Castle   (Macmillan, 1979.)


                Japanese fantasy about a dragon, a magical sword, two friends who take very different paths to their destiny, and lots of adventure along the way.


HARRIS, LARRY  (See collaboration with Randall Garrett.  Wrote science fiction as Mark Phillips and Laurence Janifer.)


HARRIS, MACDONALD  (Pseudonym of Donald Heiney. Also writes Science Fiction.)


Cathay Stories and Other Fictions, The  (Story Line, 1988.)


                Collection of sometimes related stories about time travel.


Herma  (Atheneum, 1981, Gollancz, 1982.)


                An opera singer can change her form through magic.


Little People, The  (Morrow, 1995.)


                A cast of bizarre characters interact near a wood where fairies dwell.


Screenplay  (Atheneum, 1982.)


                Not seen.  Magical time travel to the time of the silent movie.


Tenth  (Atheneum, 1984.)


                A musician makes a pact with the devil.




Witch Honour  (Five Star, 2005.)


                On a distant planet, magic and technology vie for pre-eminence.


HARRIS, ROBERT J.  (See collaboration with Jane Yolen.)


HARRIS, ROSEMARY  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Bright and Morning Star, The  (Faber, 1972, Puffin, 1978.)


Kemi #3.


                The illness of their son forces a woman to return to Kemi despite the fact that political and social upheaval in that realm threatens any unwary soul who ventures within its borders.


Moon in the Cloud, The  (Faber, 1968, Puffin, 1977.)


Kemi #1.


                An animal trainer looks for new livestock for his show and travels to the magical but treacherous land of Kemi on his search.


Seal-Singing, The  (Faber, 1971, (Macmillan, 1971, Collier, 1974.)


                A young girl is haunted by legends that her ancestors were involving with a slaughter of the seals, and with the lingering spirit of a woman with magical powers.


Shadow on the Sun, The  (Faber, 1970, Puffin, 1977.)


Kemi #2.


                A couple return to the land of Kemi despite forebodings of evil and discover that though the good king is still on the throne, their old enemies remain in wait.


HARRISON, HARRY  (Also writes Science Fiction. See collaboration which follows.)


Hammer and the Cross, The  (Tor, 1993, Legend, 1996.)


Shef #1.


                A Viking/English crossbreed defies both tradition and the powerful church when visions sent by Odin tell him how to carve out a kingdom for himself.  But in doing so, he has made himself legions of powerful enemies dedicated to his ruin.


King and Emperor  (Tor, 1996, Legend, 1996.)


Shef #3.


                Shef travels in search of new weapons with which to oppose the Roman Empire, and in doing so encounters the Holy Grail itself.


One King’s Way  (Tor, 1995, Legend, 1996.)


Shef #2.


                Having risen from slavery to the throne of a kingdom that threatens to dominate the known world, Shef faces a fresh alliance of his enemies including an order of fanatical knights determined to kill him.




Web of the Worlds (Armchair, 2012, bound with Rule Golden by Damon Knight. Magazine appearance 1953.)


A man has adventures in alternate worlds.




Dark Dreams  (Zebra, 1996.)


                Romance about a woman who falls in love with a fallen angel in the late 19th Century.


HARRISON, M .JOHN  (See also Gabriel King.  Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Anima  (Gollancz, 2005.)


                Two long fantasies.


Floating Gods, The  (Pocket, 1983. Orbit, 1982, Gollancz, 1983, as In Viriconium.)


Viriconium #3.


                A lonely artist in a city plagued by malevolent gods and the weaknesses of its own people battles plague and criminals.


In Viriconium.  (See The Floating Gods.)


Pastel City, The  (New English Library, 1971, Doubleday, 1971, Avon, 1974.)


Viriconium #1.


                In the far future, the Earth has degenerated into a new feudalism with knights and city states, but there are remnants of the old technology concealed in underground strongholds, and those who live there are plotting to take control of the surface world.  The opening novel is actually science fiction, but the series becomes increasingly fantasy as it progresses.


Storm of Wings, A  (Sphere, 1980, Doubleday, 1980, Pocket, 1982.)


Viriconium #2.


                The dying city at the end of the world is beset by a plague of giant locusts who descend to seize the city for themselves.


Travel Arrangements  (Gollancz, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Viriconium  (Unwin, 1988, Millennium, 2000, Bantam, 2005.)


                Omnibus of Viriconium Nights, The Pastel City, A Storm of Wings and In Viriconium.)


Viriconium Nights  (Ace, 1984, Gollancz, 1985, Unicorn, 1986.  Contents differ slightly among editions.)


Viriconium #4.


                Collection of related stories. 




Dragon Bound (Berkley, 2011.)


Elder Races #1.


A woman falls in love with a weredragon.


Falling Light (Berkley, 2014.)


Game of Shadows #1.


Two people fight a magical opponent.


Oracle's Moon  (Berkley, 2012.)


Elder Races #4.




Serpent's Kiss  (Berkley, 2011.)


Elder Races #3.


A deal with a vampire turns sour.


Storm's Heart  (Berkley, 2011.)


Elder Races #2.






Whispers from Heaven  (Jove, 1996.)


An ambitious angel decides that a failed love affair on Earth needs to be rekindled, so she sets out to make sure this time the couple finds true love.  A romance novel.




Golden Voyage of Sinbad, The  (Pan, 1973, Warner, 1974, from the screenplay by Brian Clemens.)


                Sinbad undertakes a perilous voyage to exotic lands filled with monsters, while an evil sorcerer plots to destroy the adventurers and secure the secret of immortality.




Irenicon (Jo Fletcher, 2014.)


Wave #1.


A river becomes sentient.


Spira Mirabilis (2014, Jo Fletcher, 2016.)



Warring States, The (Jo Fletcher, 2015.)


Wave #2.


Civil war fractures a fabulous city.




Dreamquest  (Tor, 2007.)


                A young girl finds herself trapped inside her own dreams.




Act of Will (Tor, 2009.)


Will Hawthorne #1.


A fugitive writer gets involved with mystical horsemen.


Will Power  (Tor, 2009.)


Will Hawthorne #2.


Our hero gets caught in a war between goblins and humans.




In Northern Twilight   (White Wolf, 2004.)


An Exalted novel.


                Two people flee supernatural enemies when they irritate the gods.




Yankee Viking  (Exposition, 1951.)


                Not seen.  Reincarnation.




Among the Gnomes: An Occult Tale of Adventure in the Untersberg  (Unwin, 1895.)


                Not seen.  Occult adventure.


Talking Image of Urur, The  (Lovell, 1890.)


                Not seen.  Occultism.




Book of Alfar, The  (Harper, 2002.)


                Novel for younger readers in which an unhappy boy meets a dwarf who shows him a magical new world.




Song of the Deep (Sterling, 2016.)


A young girl visits an undersea world.


HAUF, MICHELLE  (Also writes Horror.  See also Alex Archer.)


Gossamyr  (Luna, 2005.)


                People with magical powers battle a succubus.


Rhiana  (Luna, 2006.)


                A woman with magical powers attempts to find a way to battle invading dragons.


Seraphim  (Luna, 2004.)


                A woman disguises herself as a knight to gain vengeance on the people who murdered her family, only to discover that they have supernatural allies.




Ghosts in the Yew (Rook Creek, 2011.)


Vastness #1.


An exiled prince matures.


Native Silver (Rook Creek, 2014.)


Vastness #2.


Several people deal in various ways with an evil empire and a mad god.




Charmed and Dangerous  (Berkley, 2005.)


Bronwyn #1.


                A good witch battles evil and tries to find a man to love.


Charmed and Deadly  (Berkley, 2007.)


Bronwyn #3.


                An apparent assassin attempt was actually aimed at a good witch.


Charmed and Ready  (Berkley, 2006.)


Bronwyn #2.


                A demon hunter chaperones a rock star.


Demon King and I  (Berkley, ?)


Caruthers Sisters #1.




Dragons Prefer Blondes  (Berkley, 2009.)


Caruthers Sisters #2.


A woman has to deal with an amorous man who can change into a dragon.




Faith & Fairies  (LegendMaker Scriptoria, 2005.)


                Children's fairy story.




Rustle in the Grass, A  (Dodd, Mead, 1984, Tor, 1989.)


                An epic fantasy featuring ants as the major characters.




Python Men of the Lost City  (Weinberg, 1974.)


                Not seen.




Tangled Bridge, The  (Tor, 2012.)


Madeleine LeBlanc #2.


A woman investigates the paranormal history of her family.


Twisted Ladder, A  (Tor, 2009.)


Madeleine LeBlanc #1.






City of Lies (Tor, 2018.)


A specialist in poisons works clandestinely to protect his city.


HAWKE, SIMON  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Ambivalent Magician, The  (Aspect, 1996.)


Martin Brewster #3.


                A scientist in a world where magic works rallies an army against his evil nemesis.


Broken Blade, The  (TSR, 1995.)


Sorak #1 (prequel to the Tribe of One series).


                A warrior sets out on a quest bearing a magical sword.


Inadequate Adept, The  (Questar, 1993.)


Marvin Brewster #2.


                A scientist stranded in a reality where magic works tries to find a way to return, then discovers that this entire reality is a story and that he may be able to influence the narrator.


Iron Throne, The  (TSR, 1995.)


Roele #1.


                The last ruler of a fading empire is nearing the end of his life and his lifelong friend and confidant is determined to set down his personal history in such a way that it will reflect favorably on the man’s rule.


Last Wizard, The  (Aspect, 1997.)


Wizard #9.


                The wizard and his allies set out for the final battle against the assembled powers of evil.


Nine Lives of Catseye Gomez, The  (Roadkill, 1991, Questar, 1992.)


Catseye Gomez #1.


                In a magical version of our world, a cat turned private detective solves a case.


Nomad, The  (TSR, 1994.)


Tribe of One #3.


                The multiple personality plagued warrior seeks the secret of his own past and the future of his world when he seeks to track down a magical artifact.  Unfortunately, there’s a powerful rival with the same quest, who hopes to destroy the magic and bring war back to the world.


Outcast, The  (TSR, 1993.)


Tribe of One #1.


                A child is rescued by a druid and taught the ways of magic as well as swordplay, but he has developed multiple personalities which make his subsequent adventures among normal people even more complicated than usual.


Reluctant Sorcerer, The  (Questar, 1992.)


Marvin Brewster #1.


                A scientist attempts to build a time machine and actually ends up in an alternate universe where magic works.  His inventions are deemed to be magical, and since he isn't a member of the sorcerers' union, he's in big trouble.


Samurai Wizard, The  (Questar, 1991.)


Wizard #5.


The protagonists are called to Japan this time, to defeat a female sorceress who threatens to destroy that island nation.


Seeker, The  (TSR, 1994.)


Tribe of One #2.


                Guided by mystical visions, two adventurers cross a wilderness area seeking a magician who may be able to help them save their people.


War  (TSR, 1996.)


Roele #2.


                A power struggle erupts after the death of a powerful ruler.


Wizard of Camelot, The  (Questar, 1993.)


Wizard #7.


                Seventh in the series, but actually a prequel telling of a disaster that nearly befell the world before the wizard was born.


Wizard of Fourth Street, The  (Questar, 1987.)


Wizard #1.


                An inept wizard in training gains possession of some enchanted jewels and is pursued by a wide variety of characters in a magical alternate version of our world.


Wizard of Lovecraft's Café, The  (Questar, 1993.)


Wizard #8.


                A police officer comes back from the dead, but with two personalities sharing his mind, and his aid to the wizard in the latest round of battle is two sided.


Wizard of Rue Morgue, The  (Questar, 1990.)


Wizard #4.


                The wizard travels to Paris to help defeat an army of evil ones who live beneath the city and who are planning to unleash a hellish army on the surface world.


Wizard of Santa Fe, The  (Questar, 1991.)


Wizard #6/Catseye Gomez #2.


                The wizard must ally himself with an intelligent cat to track down another supernatural serial killer. 


Wizard of Sunset Strip, The  (Questar, 1989.)


Wizard #3.


                The wizard and his friends help to solve the mystery of a serial killer who may be the devil incarnate.


Wizard of Whitechapel, The  (Questar, 1988.)


Wizard #2.


                A minor wizard is drawn to England to help rescue the last survivor of Camelot from a conspiracy involving black magic.




Frog, The  (Viking, 1996.)


                A child swallows a frog which remains alive inside his body and communicates with him throughout his life.




How to Abduct a Highland Lord  (Pocket, 2007.)


Historical romance with a family curse.




Miss Mayhem (Putnam, 2015.)


Rebel Belle #1.




Rebel Belle (Putnam, 2015.)


Rebel Belle #2.






Python Men of Lost City  (Weinberg, 1974.)


                Not seen.




Lovers, The  (Avon, 1999.)


                Very marginal retelling of the legend of Tristan and Yseult, star crossed lovers during the reign of King Arthur. 


HAWTHORNE, JULIAN  (Also writes Horror.)


Golden Fleece, The  (Lippincott, 1892, Wildside, 2002.)


                Magical adventure involving an Aztec treasure.


Yellow Cap  (Longmans, 1880.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL  (Also writes Horror.)


Mosses From an Old Manse  (Wiley & Putnam, 1846, Ticknor & Fields, 1854.)


                Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are fantasy.


Septimus: A Romance  (Henry King, 1872.  Osgood, 1872, as Septimus Felton.)


                The search for immortality leads a man to discover that others have already found it.


Septimus Felton.  (See Septimus: A Romance.)


Snow-Image, The  (Altemus, ?)


                Short story in book form.


Snow-Image and Other Twice Told Tales, The  (Ticknor, 1852.)


                Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are fantasy.


Snow-Image and Uncollected Tales, The  (Ohio State University, 1974.)


                Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are fantasy.


Twice Told Tales  (American Stationers, 1837, Munroe, 1842, Ticknor & Fields, 1851, Crowell, 1900, Scott Foresman, 1903, Dent, 1911, Dutton, 1911, Washington Square, 1961, Airmont, 1965.  Altemus, ?)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Wonder Book, A  (Magnum, 1968, Altemus, ?)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Half a Sovereign  (Hodder, 1926.)


                Comic novel of a man with psychic powers who acts as a bridge to allow a number of ghosts to play tricks on his boring companions.




Forgotten Past, The (Synergy, 2007.)


Arkha #2.


 A planet that feels like a fantasy world is invaded by aliens.


To Save the World  (Synergy, 2006.)


Arkha #1.


                Fantasy adventure in a world divided into nations of various mythical creatures.


HAYDAY, ANDRIA  (See collaboration with Ed Greenwood.)




Margin in Time, A  (Pinnacle, 1995.)


                A man framed for a crime he didn’t commit travels back through time to the Old West, where he discovers that he possesses none of the skills he needs to survive.  What he does find is a school teacher with whom he falls in love.




Assassin King, The  (Tor, 2006.)


Symphony #6.


                Dragons and humans both begin meeting in anticipation of a war that seems inevitable.


Destiny  (Tor, 2001, Gollancz, 2002.)


Symphony  #3.


                The three protagonists of the first two volumes fight the ultimate battle to prevent a world wide cataclysm.


Elegy for a Lost Star  (Tor, 2004, Gollancz, 2004.)


Symphony #2.




Floating Island, The  (Starscape, 2006.)


Ven #1.


                A young boy sets out on a voyage of discovery in a magic land.


Hollow Queen, The (Tor, 2015.)


Symphony #8.


A multisided war comes to an end.


Merchant Emperor, The (Tor, 2014.)


Symphony #7.


War breaks out in a fantasy world.


Prophecy  (Tor, 2000, Gollancz, 2001.)


Symphony #4..


                Rhapsody and her friends find themselves fourteen years in their own future.  Their country has been destroyed, its people scattered, and the evil that menaced them once before is still around.


Requiem for the Sun  (Tor, 2003.)


Symphony #1.




Rhapsody  (Tor, 1999, Millennium, 2000, Gollancz, 2001.)


Symphony #5.


                A singer and two companions prove themselves instrumental in the battle against the evil F'dor, but are forced to flee by being magically transported into the future.


Thief Queen’s Daughter, The  (Tor, 2007.)


Ven #2.


                Ven travels to a remote city to uncover a secret, and then escape from a city that doesn’t relinquish its visitors.


Weaver's Lament, The (Tor, 2016.)


Symphony of Ages #9.


A civil war grinds to a close.




Finnbranch, The  (Sphere, 1986.)


                Omnibus of the Finnbranch trilogy.


Undersea  (Little, Brown, 1982, Bantam, 1987.)


Finnbranch #2.


                Finn travels through the undersea realms following the death of his father, still seeking his foretold place in the world.


Wealdwife’s Tale, The  (Morrow, 1993, Avon, 1994.)


                A king’s grief following the loss of his wife causes him to build a flying machine, which leads him into an enchanted wood.  There he finds her spirit and brings her back, or does he?


Winterking  (Atlantic Monthly, 1985, Bantam, ?)


Finnbranch #3.


                In a fantastical variation of our contemporary world, Finn is king and magic rules the land.


Yearwood  (Little, Brown, 1980, Pocket, 1981, Bantam, 1987.)


Finnbranch #1.


                An heroic figure sets out on a perilous journey across a magical land in search of his birthright.




Peter Pan  (New English Library, 1976, based on the play by J.M. Barrie.)


                Novelization of the film version of the classic fantasy.




Memoirs of a Master Forger  (Gollancz, 2008.)


A con man has the ability to see invisible demons.


HEARD, GERALD  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Gabriel and the Creatures  (Harper, 1952.  Faber, 1953, as Wishing Well.)


                The archangel Gabriel interacts with a variety of animals in this parable of human affairs.


Wishing Well.  (See Gabriel and the Creatures.)


HEARN, LAFCADIO  (Also writes Horror.)


Fantastics and Other Fancies  (Houghton Mifflin, 1914, Wildside, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated short stories.


Kwaidan  (Houghton Mifflin, 1904, Kegan Paul, 1904, Tuttle, 1971, Dover, ?)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Selected Writings of Lafcadio Hearn, The   (Citadel, 1949.)


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


Shadowings  (Tuttle, 1971.)


                Collections of stories and essays, not all of which are fantasy.


HEARN, LIAN  (Pseudonym of Gillian Rubenstein.)


Across the Nightingale Floor  (Riverhead, 2002.)


Otori #1.


                An aristocrat befriends an orphan in a fantasy realm torn by magical battles among the dominant families.


Autumn Princess, Dragon Child (Farrar Straus, 2016.)


Shikanoko #2.




Brilliance of the Moon  (Riverhead, 2004.)


Otori #3.


                Enlarging power struggles in a magical alternate medieval Japan.


Emperor of the Eight Islands (Farrar Straus, 2016.)


Shikanoko #1.


Oriental fantasy.


Grass for His Pillow  (Riverhead, 2003.)


Otori #2.


                More political intrigue in a magical medieval Japan.


Harsh Cry of the Heron, The  (Riverhead, 2006.)


Otori #4.


                The throne seems secure at last, but a rival family employs assassins to alter the situation.


Heaven's Net Is Wide  (Riverhead, 2007.)


Otori #5.


This is actually a prequel to the other four books.  The early life of the central character in the series.


HEARNE, KEVIN (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Hammered (Del Rey, 2011.)


Iron Druid #3




Hexed  (Del Rey, 2011.)


Iron Druid #2.




Hounded  (Del Rey, 2011.)


Iron Druid #1.


A druid guards a magic sword in contemporary America.


Staked (Del Rey, 2015.)


Iron Druid #5.




Tricked  (Del Rey, 2012.)


Iron Druid #4.




HEATH, SANDRA  (Pseudonym of Sandra Wilson.)


Breaking the Rules  (Signet, 2001.)


                A woman's prescient dreams become important when someone tries to change the past.


Faun’s Folly  (Signet, 1998.)


                A man fleeing an arranged marriage offends the gods.  They will curse him to live his life as a stone statue unless he finds true love.


Magic Jack-O-Lantern, The  (Signet, 1999.)


                A woman and a fairy set out to rescue another fairy, and the woman finds love in the process.


Mistletoe Mischief  (Signet, 2000.)


                A ghost interferes in a woman's efforts to promulgate romance.


Shades of the Past  (Signet, 1996.)


Time travel romance set in Regency England.


Summer's Secret  (Signet, ?)


Time travel romance set in Regency England.




Book of Miracles, A  (Viking, 1939, Nicholson, 1940, Sun Dial, 1941.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Blind Owl, The  (Calder, 1957, Black Cat, 1969, translated by D.P. Costello.)


                A man encounters an enigmatic woman who turns out to be a manifestation of his dreams.




Dumb Spirit  (Barker, 1952.)


                A man in a dog’s body.




Sword of Elfame  (Top of the Mountain, 1993.)


                A gamester finds herself in a magical dream world that may hold the fate of the real world within it.  Her adventures among a variety of strange and wondrous creatures is episodic and truncated; there were supposed to be additional books in the series but they don’t seem to have ever appeared.




Lilith  (Llewellyn, 1996.)


                Magicians battle for supremacy against one another, while simultaneously fending off the influence of the queen of the demons.   Blurbed as the first in a series, but no further titles appear to have been published.




Heart of the Ronin  (Five Star, 2009.)


Fantasy adventure in 13th Century Japan.


Ivory Star, The  (Commonwealth, 1996.)


                Two men find themselves thrust into a world dominated by an ageless sorcerer, and one of them is identified by a prophecy as the man who will bring the tyranny to an end.




Beyond the Wall of Sleep  (Mortco, 1998.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HEINLEIN, ROBERT A.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Glory Road  (Putnam, 1963, Avon, 1964, New English Library, 1965, Baen, 1993, Tor 2004, Orb, 2006.)


                A heroic young man is recruited from our world to accompany a beautiful woman on a series of magical adventures in a land beset by monsters, magic, and villainy.




Dragon’s Tomb, The  (TSR, 1993.)


Penhaligon #2.


                The knight who should have used the magic sword has fallen, and now his replacement struggles to learn how to master the weapon in time to avert the conquest of all the good in the land.


Fall of Magic, The  (TSR, 1993.)


Penhaligon #3.


                Announced as The Death of Magic.  A sorcerer is drawing all of the magic out of the land in anticipation of its conquest by his allies, so a group of allies struggles desperately to defeat him before it is too late.


Tainted Sword, The  (TSR, 1992.)


Penhaligon #1.


                A knight who has disavowed his powers and his magical sword is called upon to search for it when his land is assaulted by villains and dark magic.




Righteous Fury (Jo Fletcher, 2015.)


War in a fantasy world. 




King of Mars, A  (Long, 1908.)


                Silliness involving magical communication with Mars.


HELFER, ANDREW  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Indiana Jones and the Cup of the Vampire  (Ballantine, 1984.)


                A multi-path gamebook.


Supergirl, the Girl of Steel  (Archway, 1984.)


                A multi-path gamebook.


Superman, the Man of Steel  (Archway, 1983.)


                A multi-path gamebook.


HELFERS, JOHN  (See collaboration with Jean Rabe.)




Fanged Crown, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2009.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


A sea captain explores an island where a colony disappeared mysteriously.




Phoebe and the River Flute  (Doubleday, 2000.)


                Children's story about a girl's quest to capture a magical bird.




Gates of Vensunor, The  (Avon, 1997.)


Shunlar #1.


                A woman whose sword is for hire is employed in a city dedicated to the study of magic.  But her employers are increasingly evil, and she begins to react against the corruption to which she is being exposed.


Sands of Kalaven, The  (Avon, 1998.)


Shunlar #2.


                Shunlar and her lover each set off on a separate quest of discovery, but they are ultimately reunited for a series of adventures in the desert country of Kalaven.


Stones of Stiga, The  (Avon, 1999.)


Shunlar #3.


                While in the process of trying to resolve her relationship with her ex-lover, a female warrior must solve the mystery of the stones of Stiga, which are actually the remains of dead dragons, in order to avert a new evil that threatens her city.




Girl from Everywhere, The (Harper, 2016.)


Magic time travel.




Conclave of Shadow, The (Angry Robot, 2016.)


Missy Masters #2.




Dragons of Heaven, The (Angry Robot, 2015.)


Missy Masters #1.


Urban fantasy.




City in Winter, A  (Ariel, 1996.)


                Not seen.


Winter’s Tale  (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1983, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1983, Pocket, 1984.)


                A contemporary fantasy with considerable ambition involving a flying horse and a clever thief in a New York City that resembles but is not identical to the one in the real world.


HEMINGWAY, AMANDA  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Greenstone Grail, The  (Del Rey, 2005.)


Sangreal #1.


                A brilliant young boy raised in a remote part of England is destined to explore the interface between our world and one of magic.


Poisoned Crown, The (Del Rey, 2007.)


Sangreal #3.


                Our hero finds the last of the three magical relics.


Sword of Straw, The  (Del Rey, 2006.   Voyager, 2006, as Traitor's Sword.)


Sangreal #2.


                A magical sword possessed by a demon menaces a royal family.


Traitor's Sword  (See The Sword of Straw.)


HENDEE, BARB  See collaborations that follow. (Also writes Horror.)


Mist-Torn Witches, The  (Roc, 2013.)


Witches #1.


Two young witches in a fantasy world solve a mystery.


To Kill a Kettle Witch (Roc, 2016.)


Witches #4.




Witches in Red (Roc, 2014.)


Witches #2.




Witches With the Enemy (Roc, 2015.)


Witches #3.




HENDEE, BARB & J.C.  (Also writes Horror.)


Between Their Worlds (Roc, 2012.)


Noble Dead #10.




Child of a Dead God  (Roc, 2008.)


Noble Dead #6.


Two adventurers seek a magical object.


Dead Seekers, The (Ace, 2017.)


Dhampir  (Roc, 2003.)


Noble Dead #1.




Dog in the Dark, The  (Roc, 2012.)


Noble Dead #11.




First and Last Sorcerer, The  (Roc, 2016.)


Noble Dead #13.




In Shade and Shadow  (Roc, 2009.)


Noble Dead #7.


Missing documents of mystical importance lead our heroes into new dangers.


Of Truth and Beasts  (Roc, 2011.)


Noble Dead #8.


The agent of a group of magical scholars decides to pursue her own agenda.


Rebel Fay  (Roc, 2007.)


Noble Dead #5.


                A rescue mission turns out to be a trap.


Sister of the Dead  (Roc, 2005.)


Noble Dead #3.


                A half vampire and a half elf battle a supernatural menace.


Thief of Lives  (Roc, 2004.)


Noble Dead  #2.


                A vampire hunter and an elf team up to track down a murdering vampire.


Through Stone and Sea  (Roc, 2010.)


Noble Dead #8.


Our hero searches for a mysterious group who supposedly have arcane magical knowledge.


Traitor to the Blood  (Roc, 2006.)


Noble Dead  #4.


                The quest to uncover the secret of his birth almost results in the protagonist's death when he is pursued by two inhuman creatures.


Wind in the Night, A (Roc, 2014.)


Noble Dead #12.




HENDERSON, C.J.  (Also writes Horror.)


Brooklyn Knight (Tor, 2010.)


Knight #1.


A museum curator is actually equipped to repel sorcerous attacks centered on exhibits.


Central Park Knight  (Tor, 2011.)


Knight #2.


Dragons are waking and threatening the world.




Darkling Band, The  (Dragon Moon, ?)


Winged men in the 13th Century.


Element of Fire, The   (Aspect, 1995.)


A Highlander novel.


                The Highlander must battle an evil pirate who has vowed to destroy him, leading to a confrontation in the late 19th Century.


Iron Thane, The  (Baen, 1994.)


MacDuff #1.


                As chaos spreads through the British Isles, the king of the elves decides that the time is ripe to open a war of conquest against the human race.  To his regret, he doesn’t anticipate the ability of MacDuff to unite an alliance to oppose him.


Spawn of Loki, The  (Baen, 1994.)


MacDuff #2.


                An unwise scholar wakens Loki, who in turn precipitates a series of events which might finally bring Ragnarok to the Earth and restore the Norse gods to the pre-eminence they once before enjoyed.




Bigfootloose and Finn Fancy Free (Tor, 2016.)


Finn #2.


Urban fantasy.


Finn Fancy Necromancy (Tor, 2015.)


Finn #1.


A man convicted of using illegal magic is the focus of a plot.




Dawnbringer  (Wizards of the Coast, 2011.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


Two angels try to watch over a troubled pair of lovers.


Heaven's Bones  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A physician turns dead women into angels.




Girl Who Slipped Through Time, The  (Lothrop, Lee, & Shepard,. 1978.)


                A blend of SF and fantasy with a girl from the far future transported back magically to a time when the animals weren't all extinct, where she must team up with those like minded to save the world.




My Lady Faire  (Signet, 2005.)


                Romance novel featuring fairies.




Immortal Champion  (Berkley, 2011.)


Immortal Brotherhood #3.


Romance involving immortals and a curse.


Immortal Outlaw  (Berkley, 2009.)


Immortal Brotherhood #2.


Immortal Vikings find romance.


Immortal Warrior  (Berkley, 2008.)


Immortal Brotherhood #1.


Romance about an immortal in England.


Razzle Dazzle  (Jove, 1999.)


                A businessman makes uses of a love potion, but things don't go as he planned in this romance novel.




Quest for a Maid  (Farrar Strauss & Giroux, 1990.)


                Historical novel involving murder by magic.




Grave, The  (Dell Laurel, 2002.)


                A teenager falls into an open grave and finds himself back in the days of the Irish potato famine.


HENIGHAM, TOM  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Well of Time, The  (?, 1988.)


                A Viking settlement in the new world is menaced by the walking dead.




Insatiable  (Signet, 2004.)


                Historical romance involving genuine psychics.


Notorious  (Signet, 2007.)


Historical romance involve a woman with the power to heal.




Mermaid, The  (Ace, 2018.)


HENSLEY, SHANE LACY  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Blood of Tarrian  (West End, 1994.)


A Bloodshadows novel.


                Adventures of a female warrior in a routine sword and sorcery setting.


Darkfall  (Harper, 1996.)


#2 in the multi-author Thunderscape series.


An armored column attempts to safely deliver a skilled magician to a group of rebels in this odd mix of science and sorcery based on the computer game.




!!!  (Harpers, 1881.)


                Not seen.  Reincarnation.




Shunned Vicar of the Gilliflowers, The  (Melrose, 1914.)


                Not seen.


HERBERT, JAMES  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Fluke  (New English Library, 1977, Signet, 1978.)


                A murdered man is reincarnated in the body of a dog and sets out to track down the man responsible for his death.




City of the Sorcerors  (TSR, 1994.)


Dark Horse #4.


                Although peace has dominated the land for a generation, the old distrust of sorcery resurfaces when a mysterious plague spreads across the countryside, threatening to turn into open warfare.


Clandestine Circle, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Dragonlance Crossroads novel.


                The new bodyguard to the Lord Governor discovers that the magical and mundane attacks following the appearance of a mystery ship are not targeted for the nobleman alone.


Dark Horse  (TSR, 1990.)


Dark Horse #1.


                After the massacre of her family, a young woman assumes the identity of her brother and sets out to avenge them, but her enemy has gained the power of sorcery and is using it to advance his evil plans for the world.  With the help of a magical horse, she ultimately achieves her goal.


Dragon's Bluff  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Dragonlance Crossroads novel.


                Two sorcerers travel to a distant land when the father of one of them dies in a mysterious fire.


Legacy of Steel  (TSR, 1998.)


A Dragonlance Bridge of Time novel.


                The heroine learns that the survivors of an evil order of knights have gathered together after a great battle.  From their base in a distant city, they plan a new campaign of conquest against their neighbors.


Lightning’s Daughter  (TSR, 1991.)


Dark Horse #2.


                A woman and her magical horse friends set out to acquire a magical object that will enable her to protect her people from a sorcerous attack.


Return of the Exile  (Wizards of the Coast, 2005.)


Linsha #2.


                A captive noblewoman enlists the aid of some of her enemies to prevent her forced marriage to one of their commanders.


Valorian  (TSR, 1993.)


Dark Horse #3.


                Chronologically a prequel to the earlier volumes, this is the story of the struggle that resulted in a villain being thwarted and a free people establishing their identity.


Winged Magic  (TSR, 1996.)


Dark Horse #5.


                A kidnapping causes a crisis in a region recently turned from war to peace, and the solution hinges on the cooperation of a winged race and others.




Adventures and Fantasies  (Wright & Brown, 1930.)


                Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are fantasy.


HERMAN, GAIL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Fairy Cloud Parade  (Bantam Skylark, 1999.)


Fairy School #2.


                Fairies in training have a contest to see who can create the most artistic cloud.


Fairy School  (Bantam Skylark, 1999.)


Fairy School #4.


                A young fairy looks for a book of stories so big that it will never end.


Fairy Merry Christmas, A  (Bantam Skylark, 2000.)


Fairy School #9.


                The fairies have to convince Santa Claus that people still believe in him because he has decided not to delivery any more presents.


Hide and Peep  (Bantam Skylark, 2000.)


Fairy School #8.


                A fairy has to find a way to make a chicken happy.


Icicle Forest, The  (Bantam Skylark, 2000.)


Fairy School #10.


                While searching for the perfect snowflake, two young fairies get lost in the land of Jack Frost.


Little Star  (Bantam Skylark, 2000.)


Fairy School #6.


                A shy girl is cast in a major role in the fairy school play.


Look Out, Earth-Below!  (Bantam Skylark, 2000.)


Fairy School #5.


                Two fairy children take a vacation on Earth, but are almost discovered by humans.


Mixed Up Magic  (Bantam Skylark, 1999.)


Fairy School #3.


                One young fairy can't get her magic to work right so she appeals to her fairy godmother.


Tooth Fairy Travels  (Bantam Skylark, 1999.)


Fairy School #1.


                At a school for fairies, a young girl decides she wants to become the tooth fairy.


When Wishes Come True  ( Bantam Skylark, 2000.)


Fairy School #7.


                A young fairy who feels ignored gets a magical wish and suffers the consequences.


HERNDON, CORY J.  (See collaboration which follows.)


Dissension  (Wizards of the Coast, 2006.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                Magical chaos threatens to destroy a city.


Fifth Dawn, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2004.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                Two envoys seeking allies in a war against magic have various adventures.


Guildpact  (Wizards of the Coast, 2006.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                The protagonist discovers a magical power growing beneath a city's streets.


Ravnica  (Wizards of the Coast, 2005.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                A city guard in a magical realm suspects his partner's death was part of a plot.




Morningtide  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


An exiled elf and a young pilgrim find their lives interconnected.




Fall of Lautun, The  (Earthlight, 2003.)


Arrandin #3.


                The benevolent rulers of a magical kingdom seek assistance in preventing the renewed attack of a demon.


Siege of Arrandin, The  (Earthlight, 2000.)


Arrandin #1.


                Not seen.


Treason of Dortrean, The  (Earthlight, 2001.)


Arrandin #2.


                A nobleman undertakes negotiating a treaty to end a war with a foreign power, but his actions are construed as being treason.  At the same time, his son gets involved with a magical quest.




Winter Dance Party Murders, The  (Wordcraft of Oregon, 1998.)


                A murder mystery involving magic.




In a Sealed Cave  (Williams & Norgate, 1935.)


                A sequel to Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift.


HERTER, DAVID  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Evening's Empire  (Tor, 2002.)


                A man stumbles into a secret underground world beneath Oregon and encounters the magical creatures who inhabit it.


Luminous Depths, The  (PS, 2008.)


Exploration of ancient legends reveals that a magical being has awakened.


On the Overgrown Path  (PS, 2013.)


A stranded traveler discovers a body and a magical bit of musc.




Christmas in Oz   (Emerald City Press, ?)


An Oz novel.




HESSE, HERMAN  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Fairy Tales of Herman Hesse, The  (Bantam, 1996.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Time of Angels, A  (Hyperion, 1997.)


                An angel appears to a troubled girl who is a refugee from World War I Europe.




Dragon's Eye  (Ace, 2005.)


Dragon #1.


                A crimelord who is also a sorcerer attempts to defeat a family with magical connections who live in a remote part of Maine.


Dragon’s Teeth  (Ace, 2006.)


Dragon #2.


                A secret town full of shapeshifters and witches must battle the emergence of a long dormant sorcerer.


Summer Country, The  (Ace, 2002.)


Summer #1.


                A woman's life is changed when she meets a man who is directly descended from the denizens of Camelot and who still has a magical link to them.


Winter Oak, The  (Ace, 2004.)


Summer #2.


                A visitor from our reality tries to adjust to life into a violent, magical alternate universe.




Tales of Two Futures  (Exposition, 1958.)


                Angels appear in the future.


HICHENS, ROBERT  (Also writes Horror.)


Tongues of Conscience  (Methuen, 1900.)


                Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are fantasy.


Unearthly, The  (Cosmopolitan, 1925.)


                Very strange story of a man with the power to convey the absolute truth to people and the affect this has on those he encounters.




Lemurian Stone, The  (Ace, 1988.)


                Agents are sent into a variety of magical alternate worlds in search of weapons which their ruler can use to resist the invasion of their land by an army of demons.


HICKMAN, TRACY  (See also collaborations with Margaret Weis and those that follow. Also writes Horror and  Science Fiction.)


Citadels of the Lost (DAW, 2011.)


Annals of the Dragon #2.


An escaped slave discovers dragons are real.


Song of the Dragon  (DAW, 2010.)


Annals of the Dragon #1.


Evil elves have almost wiped out humanity.


Sword of Midras, The (Tor, 2016.)


Shroud #1.






Mystic Empire  (Warner, 2006.)


Bronze Chronicles #3.


                As a kingdom is consumed in politics and conspiracies, a gateway to another universe threatens to open.


Mystic Quest (Warner, 2005.)


Bronze Chronicles #2.


                Although the war seemed to have been won, there are still forces determined to seize control of the world.


Mystic Warrior  (Warner, 2004, Aspect, 2005.)


Bronze Chronicles #1.


                A war engulfs three separate magical worlds.




Eterna and Omega (Tor, 2016.)


Eterna #2.


Two magically enhanced spy agencies clash.


Eterna Files, The  (Tor, 2015.)


Eterna #1.


Supernatural events in an alternate Victorian world.


Eterna Solution, The  (Tor, 2017.)


Eterna #3.




Perilous Prophecy (Tor, 2017.)


Guards #2.


The Guards battle evil ghosts in an alternate Victorian Egypt.


Strangely Beautiful (Tor, 2016.)


Guards #1.


A secret society battles magical evil.




Naoko (Vertical, 2004, translated by Kerim Yasar from the 1998 Japanese edition.)


A dying woman's personality reappears in her comatose daughter.




Radiant State (Orbit, 2015.)


Steampunk #3.




Truth and Fear (Orbit, 2014.)


Steampunk #2.




Wolfhound Century  (Orbit, 2013.)


Steampunk #1.


A Russian steampunk fantasy.




Great Hunt, The (Harper, 2016.)


A dangerous beast threatens a fantasy world.




Tales of the Enchanted Isles of the Atlantic  (Macmillan, 1898.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Dark Legend  (Grove, 1994.)


                Various Norse legends are transformed into an adventure in Central America.




Moonsword  (America House, 2002.)


                A hero must be transformed into a woman to defeat a magical menace to his world.




Urshurak  (Bantam, 1979.)


                Another battle between the forces of good and evil in a magical land peopled with elves, wizards, and other staples of the field.


HILDICK, E.W.  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Case of the Dragon in Distress, The  (Macmillan, 1991.)


A McGurk novel.


                A new walkie talkie system somehow transports a group of children back through time to the 12th Century, where they find themselves trapped into rescuing a distressed dragon from the clutches of an evil princess.


Case of the Weeping Witch, The  (Macmillan, 1992.)


A McGurk novel.


                Using their magical walkie talkies, the gang returns to the 17th Century to help a woman accused of witchcraft.




Business of Ferrets, A   (Meisha Merlin, 2000.)


                Intrigue and political maneuvering in a typical fantasy world.


Cats in Cyberspace  (Meisha Merlin, 2001.)


                Two cats learn how to surf the internet.


Colors in the Dreamweaver’s Loom  (Houghton Mifflin, 1989.)


Dreamweaver #1.


                A young girl from our world travels to a magical other realm.


Feast of the Trickster, The  (Houghton Mifflin, 1991.)


Dreamweaver #2.


                Returned from a magical land to our world, the protagonist must battle amnesia and a magical enemy.




Slayers (Fiewel and Friends, 2011.)


A teenager must help prevent the hatching of a batch of dragon eggs.


HILL, DOUGLAS  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Blade of the Poisoner  (McElderry, 1987, Gollancz, 1987, Bantam, 1989.)


Jarral #1.


                A condemned man must penetrate a fortress guarded by demons if he is to escape his fate and free his people from the rule of an evil sorcerer.


Dragon Charmer, The  (Hodder, 1997.)


                Not seen.


Master of Fiends  (Gollancz, 1987, McElderry, 1988.)


Jarral #2.


                A team of adventurers overcomes a series of monsters and natural barriers to effect the rescue of their friend and ally from the stronghold of a powerful, sorcerous enemy.


Penelope’s Pendant  (Gollancz, 1990.)


Jarral #3.


                Not seen.




Witch's Beauty, A  (Berkley, 2009.)


Romance involving a mermaid.


HILL, ROBERT  (See collaboration with Albert Zugsmith.)


HILL, SANDRA   (Also writes Horror and  Science Fiction.)


Dark Viking  (Berkley, 2010.)


Time travel romance.


Down and Dirty  (Berkley, 2007.)


Time travel romance.


Frankly, My Dear  (Leisure, 1996.)


                Voodoo magic carries a woman back through time to the Civil War era.


Kiss of Wrath (Avon, 2014.)


Viking  #?.


A Viking angel slays vampires.


Outlaw Viking, The  (Leisure, 1995.)


Viking #?


Time travel romance set in the age of the Vikings.


Reluctant Viking, The  (Leisure, 1994.)


Viking #?


An exercise tape sends a woman back through time to the day of the Vikings.


Rough and Ready  (Berkley, 2006.)


                A team of Navy SEALS finds themselves in the age of the Vikings.


Sweet Savage Love  (Leisure, 1997.)


                A spoof of time travel romances.


Tale of Two Vikings, A  (Leisure, 2004.)


Viking #?




Very Virile Viking, A  (Leisure, 2003.)


Viking #?




Viking Unchained  (Berkley, 2008.)


A time traveling Viking warrior finds himself in the modern day.


Wet and Wild  (Dorchester, 2004.)


Viking #4.


                A Viking warrior is brought forward to the present.




Blade of Fire  (Chicken House, 2006, Scholastic, 2007.)


Icemark #2.


The usual battle to protect a fantasy realm from an invading army, with vampire allies helping the besieged against a transparent version of the Roman Empire.


Cry of the Icemark, The  (Chicken House, 2006.)


Icemark #1.




Last Battle of the Icemark (Chicken House, 2009.)


Icemark #3.


The final battle with an evil sorceress.


HILL, WILLIAM  (Also writes Horror.)


Chasing Time  (Otter Creek, 2000.)


Magic Bicycle #2.


                More adventures of a kid with a magical time traveling bicycle.


Dragon Pawns  (Otter Creek, 2005.)


                Young adult fantasy about dragons.


Magic Bicycle, The  (Otter Creek, 1998.)


Magic Bicycle #1.


                An alien marooned on Earth gives a young boy a magic bicycle which can make a cat speak and carry its passenger back through time.


Wizard Sword  (Otter Creek, 2001.)


                Long but very predictable and traditional fantasy adventure involving wizardry, evil powers, beautiful women, and derring do.


HILLER, B.B. & HILLER, NEIL W.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Big  (Ballantine, 1988, from the screenplay by Gary Ross & Anne Spielberg.)


                A young boy’s wish to grow up comes true when he encounters a magical fortune telling machine.  Employed at a toy company, his naïve approach to life makes him an instant hit, but he soon misses his home and friends.




Lost Horizon  (William, Morrow, 1933, Macmillan, 1933, Grosset & Dunlap, 1936, Pocket, 1939, Grosset, 1943, Pan, 1947, Washington Square, 1963.)


Classic tale of explorers stumbling into a lost land in the Himalayas where no one ages so long as they stay within the confines of their isolated world.  One of the intruders falls in love but ultimately rejects the gifts that are offered.




Flower of Eternity, The  (Mills & Boon, 1970, Harlequin, 1975.)


                Marginal romance novel about a jungle expedition searching for a flower reputed to have magical healing properties.




Dragon Fall  (Avon Flare, 1984.)


                A teenager’s fascination with constructing toy monsters has its drawbacks, when real creatures begin intruding into his world.


HINE, AL  (Also writes Horror.)


Bewitched  (Dell, 1965.)


                Tie in to the television series about a comical witch whose magic makes life difficult for her husband.


HINES, JIM C. (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Codex Born  (DAW, 2013.)


Magic #2.




Fable: Blood of Heroes (Del Rey, 2015.)




Goblin Hero  (DAW, 2007.)


Jig the Goblin #2.


                The head goblin orders Jig to go on a quest in order to rid himself of a rival for influence among his people.


Goblin Quest  (Five Star, 2004, Ace, 2006.)


Jig the Goblin #1.


                Jig the goblin goes on a quest and has a series of light adventures.


Goblin War  (Ace, 2008.)


Jig the Goblin #3.


Human soldiers invade the land of the goblins.


Libriomancer (DAW, 2013.)


Magic #1.




Mermaid's Madness, The (DAW, 2009.)


Princess #2.


Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty investigate the Mermaid's story.


Red Hood's Revenge  (DAW, 2010.)


Princess #3.


Little Red Riding Hood grows up, becomes an assassin, and is hired to knock off Sleeping Beauty.


Revisionary (DAW, 2016.)


Magic #4.




Snow Queen's Shadow, The  (DAW, 2011.)


Princess #4.


Snow White and friends battle an escaped demon.


Stepsister Scheme, The  (DAW, 2009.)


Princess #1.


Humorous riff on fairy tales in which the stepsisters get even.


Unbound (DAW, 2015.)


Magic #3.






Flash Point  (Mira, 2003.)


                Romance novel that includes a genuine psychic.




Sigvald (Black Library, 2011.)


A Warhammer novel.


A warrior signs a pact that gives him superhuman powers.


Warrior Priest  (Black Library, 2010.)


A Warhammer novel.


A militant priest tracks down his brother, who has gone over to the dark side.




Coming  Home  (Jove, 1999.)


                The ghost of a woman whose eyes were used to restore a man’s sight is now interested in nudging him into a romantic relationship with her sister.


Then and Now  (Jove, 2000.)


                A destitute woman wakes up a century later and discovers the descendant of the man whom she despised is now in charge of the home she once owned.  A romance.




Ebon Roses, Jewelled Skulls  (Ganley, ?)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HOBAN, RUSSELL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Lion of Boaz-Jachin and Jachin-Boaz, The  (Jonathan Cape, 1973, Stein & Day, 1973, Pocket, 1974.)


                Lions are supposed to be extinct, but a young boy magically conjures up the image of one in this unusual fantasy quest.


Pilgermann  (Jonathan Cape, 1983, Summit, 1983, Washington Square, 1986.)


                Surrealistic historical fantasy about a man who flaunts the rules of society, has a religious experience, and transforms his personal world.


HOBB, ROBIN  (See also Megan Lindholm.)


Assassin’s Apprentice  (Bantam, 1995, HarperCollins, 1996.)


Farseer #1.


                An illegitimate son is secretly trained as an assassin, a profession for which he is well suited because of his slight magical powers.  His first mission becomes an important one when barbarian raiders begin plundering the coasts of his country.


Assassin's Fate (Del Rey, 2017.)


Assassin’s Quest  (Voyager, 1997, Bantam, 1998, HarperCollins, 1998.)


Farseer #3.


                A young assassin discovers that in addition to his trained talents, he has an innate gift for magic, which will serve him well as he becomes involved in yet another net of intrigue aimed at disrupting the rule of his king.


City of Dragons (Harper, 2012.)


Rain Wilds #3.




Dragon Haven (Harper Voyager, ?)


Rain Wilds #2.




Dragon Keeper (Harper Voyager, 2011.)


Rain Wilds #1.




Fool's Assassin (Del Rey, 2014.)


Fitz #1.




Fool's Errand  (Bantam, 2002.)


Farseer #4/Tawny Man #1.


                An assassin with magical powers must end his self imposed exile when a nobleman is kidnapped just before he is to be wed, part of a complex political struggle involving the Six Duchies.


Fool's Fate  (Bantam, 2004.)


Farseer #6/Tawny Man #3.


                A one time criminal betrays his boss in order to help the local ruler and then has to avoid suffering retribution for his actions.


Fool's Quest (Del Rey, 2015.)




Forest Mage  (Eos, 2006.)


Soldier Son #2.


                A magic kingdom recovers from a plague.


Golden Fool  (Bantam, 2003.)


Farseer #5/Tawny Man #2.


                An apprentice assassin finds himself in the middle of court politics when he learns that the heir to the throne possesses dark magic.


Inheritance and Other Stories, The  (Subterranean, 2011, Harper Voyager, 2011.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Mad Ship  (Bantam, 1999.)


Liveship Traders #2.


                When her family’s ship is seized by pirates, a young woman decides not to take it sitting down, and arranges for it to be recaptured.  She underestimates the cleverness of the pirate, however, and only succeeds because the ship itself is sentient.


Renegade's Magic  (Eos, 2008.)


Soldier Son #3.


A man troubled by men and magic stands falsely accused of a crime.


Royal Assassin  (HarperCollins, 1996, Bantam, 1997.)


Farseer #2.


                Badly wounded during his first mission as an assassin, the protagonist retreats to a remote area to tend his wounds, but eventually is recalled by his oaths to his liege lord in order to take a pivotal plot in thwarting a plot against the throne.


Shaman’s Crossing  (Eos, 2005.)


Soldier Son #1.


                A young soldier faces treachery and sorcery.


Ship of Destiny  (Bantam, 2000.)


Liveship Traders #3.


                There’s a major war going on, the hero’s living ship has been blinded, a mysterious new player has entered the game, and then there’s that troublesome dragon with the power to reshape the world.


Ship of Magic   (Bantam, 1998, Harper, 1998.)


Liveship Traders #1.  Set in the same universe as the Assassin series.


                In a magical world, wizardry is used in the construction of ships such that they eventually become sentient beings.  The story involves a pirate leader and a noble family, both of whom are battling for control of a particularly intelligent vessel.


Willful Princess and the Piebald Prince, The  (Subterranean, 2013.)






Kokopelli’s Flute  (Atheneum, 1995.)


                A young boy finds an ancient flute which, when he plays it, magically connects him to the ancient past when cave dwellers lived in the hills near his home.




Hidden Goddess, The  (Ballantine Spectra, 2011.)


Old West #2.




Native Star, The (Ballantine Spectra, 2010.)


Old West #1.


A town witch acquires a powerful magical artifact and is pursued by evil magicians.




Crystal Kingdom (St Martins, 2015.)


Kanin #1.




Frostfire (St Martins, 2015.)


Kanin #3.




Ice Kissed (St Martins, 2015.)


Kanin #2.






New Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms, A  (?, 1969.)


                Short sequel to Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift.


HODDER, MARK  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Curious Case of the Clockwork Man, The  (Pyr, 2011.)


Burton & Swinburne #2.


Political intrigue in an alternate, magical Victorian England.


Expedition to the Mountains of the Moon (Pyr, 2012.)


Burton & Swinburne #3.




Return of the Discontinued Man, The  (Pyr, 2014.)


Burton & Swinburne #4.


An alternate world in which time travel is possible.


Rise of the Automated Aristocrats, The (Pyr, 2015.)


Burton & Swinburne #5.




Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack, The  (Pyr, 2010.)


Burton & Swinburne #1.


Werewolves appear in 1861 London.




Cruel Beauty (Balzer & Bray, 2014.)


A variation of Beauty and the Beast.




Bound in Blood  (Baen, 2010.)


Kencyr #5.


A young woman has to deal with multiple challenges in a fantasy world.


Chronicles of the Kencyrath  (New English Library, 1988.)


                Omnibus of God Stalk and Dark of the Moon.


Dark of the Gods  (Meisha Merlin, 2000.)


                Omnibus of God Stalk and Dark of the Moon.


Dark of the Moon  (Argo, 1985, Berkley, 1987.)


Kencyr #2.


                Having ended her apprenticeship as a thief, the protagonist now sets out on a perilous journey to escape her enemies, but her fate is nevertheless tied to the city where she was raised, which is now endangered by internal intrigues and a threatening neighboring army.


God Stalk  (Atheneum, 1982, Berkley, 1983.)


Kencyr #1.


                The adventures of a young apprentice thief in a city full of thieves, rogues, and the gods themselves.


God Stalker Chronicles, The  (Baen, 2009.)


Omnibus of God Stalk and Dark of the Moon.


Honor's Paradox  (Baen, 2011.)


Kencyr #6.


A young woman prepares to battle monsters.


Seeker's Bane  (Baen, 2009.)


Omnibus of Seeker's Mask and To Ride a Rathorn.


Seeker’s Mask  (Hypatia, 1994, Meisha Merlin, 2000.)


Kencyr #3.


                Further adventures in a fantasy realm, this time featuring a woman who is manipulated by mysterious forces.


To Ride a Rathorn  (Meisha Merlin, 2006.)


Kencyr #4.


                Family politics in a fantasy world.




Orlando Furioso  (Ballantine, 1973.)


                A novelized version of Ariosto’s original work, featuring legendary creatures, magic rings, enchanted swords, sorcerers, heroes, princesses and the like.




Flying House.  (See Sky High.)


Sky High  (Coward McCann, 1947.  Longmans, 1961, as Flying House.)


                A house begins to fly in this mild farce.




Tattooed Map, The  (Chronicle, 1995.)


                Unusual mystical adventure in North Africa presented as a mixture of text and photographs of documents the protagonist encounters and accumulates during her travels.


HODGSON, WILLIAM HOPE  (Also writes Horror.)


Dream of X, A  (Donald Grant, 1977.)


                Abridged version of The Night Land.


The Night Land  (Nash, 1912, Hardingham, 1921, Hyperion, 1976, Wildside, 2002, HiLo, ?.  Ballantine, 1972, in two volumes.)


                The remnants of the human race live in a gigantic pyramid in a dying Earth, beset by creatures both natural and supernatural who rule over the rest of the world.




No Time Like Show Time  (Putnam, 2004.)


Hermux Tantamoq #2.


                A mouse solves a mystery.


Time Stops for No Mouse  (Putnam, ?)


Hermux Tantamoq #1.






Aquamarine  ?




Foretelling, The  (Little, Brown, 2005.)


                The daughter of a group of Amazons questions the values of her people.


Green Angel  (Scholastic, 2003.)


Green #1.


A young girl survives a disaster in a fantasy realm.


Green Witch (Scholastic, 2010.)


Green #2.


Witches tell their personal stories.


Practical Magic  (Putnam, 1995, Berkley, 1996.)


                Two sisters who come from a long line of witches get romantically entangled and discover that the magic isn’t entirely a curse or entirely a good thing.  They are forced to kill a man in self defense, and he subsequently returns from the dead seeking revenge.




Lance of Earth and Sky  (Pyr, 2012.)


Chaos Knight #2.


The return of magic changes the nature of war.


Shield of Sea and Space (Pyr, 2013.)


Chaos Knight #3.




Sword of Fire and Sea  (Pyr, 2011.)


Chaos Knight #1.


A man must escort a woman through a magically dangerous land.


HOFFMAN, E.T.A.  (Also writes Horror.)


Hoffmann’s Fairy Tales  (Burnham, 1857.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Nutcracker  (Harcourt Brace, 1996.)


                A magical toy makes life difficult for its young owner.


Serapion Brethren, The  (Bell, 1886.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




City of Masks  (Bloomsbury, 2002.)


Stravaganza #1.


                A dying boy from our world is psychically transported to a Venice like fantasy world where he survives the death of his body.


First Book of Myths, A  (DK, 2000.)


                Retellings of classic stories of magic for younger readers.


HOFFMAN, NINA KIRIKI  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror. See also collaboration with Tad Williams.)


Courting Disasters and Other Strange Affinities  (1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Fall of Light  (Ace, 2009.)


A makeup artist uses magic in her creations.


Fistful of Sky, A  (Ace, 2002.)


                A young woman fears that unlike her siblings, she has no magic abilities.  But she will eventually discover that she has a peculiar magic of her own, the ability to create curses, an ability which she must use or grow ill herself.


Legacy of Fire  (Pulphouse, 1990.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Past the Size of Dreaming  (Ace, 2001.)


Matilda Black #2.


                Two contemporary witches take up residence in a haunted house, and discover that they must draw on the strength of the resident ghosts to oppose an evil force.


Permeable Borders  (Fairwood, 2012.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Red Heart of Memories, A  (Ace, 1999.)


Matilda Black #1.


                Two people with the ability to speak to inanimate objects have a series of adventures as they explore their abilities and their relationship with one another.


Silent Strength of Stones, The  (Avon, 1995.)


                A troublesome boy prone to practical jokes becomes aware of a mysterious family who seem to have more than human abilities.  He also notices that there is a wolf in the area that seems to act with human intelligence.  And both parties have become aware of his interest.


Thread That Ties the Bones, The  (Avon, 1993, Raven, 1995.)


                Contemporary fantasy about a family with magical powers that controls a town through the generations, until they are challenged by the arrival of a young man with supernatural abilities of his own.


Unmasking  (Axolotl, 1992.)


                One magical night, numerous people undergo a mysterious transformation that forces them to examine themselves as they really are.




Last Four Things, The  (Dutton, 2011.)


Redeemer #2.




Left Hand of God, The  (Dutton, 2010.)


Redeemer #1.


A young boy escapes from a cruel school in a variant of our world.




Blood of Innocents (Harper, 2016.)


Sorcery Ascendant #2.




Crucible of Souls, A (Harper, 2015.)


Sorcery Ascendant #1.






Brownie of Bodsbeck and Other Tales, The  (Blackwood, 1818.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Shepherd’s Calendar, The  (Blackwood, 1828.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Tales and Sketches of the Ettrick Shepherd  (Blackie, 1837.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HOLDEN, CHRISTINE  (Pseudonym of Leslie Christine Megahey and Shirley Holden-Ferdinand.)


Bedazzled  (Jove, 2000.)


                A spoiled rich kid who has trouble with managing money as well as relationships buys a magic bowl.  It transforms her life, giving her the power to control her spending, and helping to attract the affection of a charming man.  A romance novel.


Hitch in Time, A  (Jove, 2000.)


                A law student is magically transported back through time to 1853 where he falls in love with a woman trapped into engagement to a man she doesn’t love.


Time for Us, A  (Jove, 1998.)


                A magician in the 14th Century sends a young girl through time to 1998 to escape the attentions of a lecherous admirer.  In the modern world, she quickly adapts and finds true love.




Black Gods, Green Islands  (Dolphin, 1959.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HOLDER, NANCY  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Fire at Sea (Titan, 2016.)


Beauty and Beast #3.




Measure of a Man  (Aspect, 1997.)


A Highlander novel.


The Highlander becomes involved in a duel against Machiavelli to prevent him from becoming a major power in the world.


Scarabian Nights  (Archway, 1999.)


Sabrina #24.


                Sabrina and a friend are magically transported back to ancient Egypt with no one to return to their own time.


Some Gave All (Titan, 2015.)


Beauty and Beast #2.




Spying Eyes  (Archway, 1998.)


Sabrina #14.


                Sabrina makes use of the one day a year in which all of her spells are reversed with no one the wiser at the end of the day, but for some reason this time one continues, and she doesn't know which one it is.


Vendetta (Titan, 2014.)


Beauty and Beast #1.




Wonder Woman (Titan, 2017, based on the screenplay by Zach Snyder, Allan Heinberg, and Jason Fuchs.)


The daughter of Zeus battles Ares during World War .




Miss Kelly  (Morrow, 1947, McClelland, 1948, Joseph, 1948.)


                An intelligent cat.


HOLDSTOCK, ROBERT  (See also Chris Carlsen and Richard Kirk.  Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Ancient Echoes  (Roc, 1996, Harper, 1996.)


                A man from our world has had persistent, lifelong visions of hunters in a more primitive, magical, parallel Earth.  As he reaches maturity, the interface grows thinner, the observed become aware of his existence, and begin to affect his life directly.


Bone Forest, The  (Grafton, 1991, Avon, 1992.)


A Mythago Wood book.


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Broken Kings, The  (Gollancz, 2007, Tor, 2007.)


Merlin Codex #3.


                Merlin deals with the risen dead.


Celtika  (Earthlight, 2001, Tor, 2003, Gollancz, 2007.)


Merlin Codex #1.


                Mystical novel about the revival of Jason and the Argonauts for a new voyage in search of Jason's sons.


Emerald Forest, The   (HarperCollins.)


Fetch, The.  (Se Unknown Regions.)


Gate of Ivory, Gate of Horn  (Roc, 1997, HarperCollins, 1997.)


A Mythago Wood novel.


                A young man inherits his father’s obsession with a magical woodland where forest creatures from legend still live, and where fairies aren’t always innocuous creatures.


Hollowing, The  (HarperCollins, 1993, Roc, 1994, Orb, 2005.)


A Mythago Wood novel.


                Atmospheric novel of a young man lured into an ancient, magical wood filled with sometimes playful, sometimes evil spirits, and the adventures and discoveries he encounters there.


In the Valley of the Statues, ?


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Iron Grail, The  (Earthlight, 2002, Tor, 2004, Gollancz, 2007.)


Celtika #2.


                A mix of Arthurian and Greek myths as Merlin continues to affect the world through a multitude of timelines.


Lavondyss  (Gollancz, 1988, Morrow, 1988, Avon, 1991, Orb, 2004.)


A Mythago Wood novel.


                A young woman studies magical incantations and the history of a haunted woodland as part of her plan to rescue her brother, who disappeared inside the forest years earlier.  But as time passes, she too begins to succumb to the mystery of that place.


Merlin’s Wood  (HarperCollins, 1994.)


A Mythago Wood novel.


                Two people return to their rural home, each pretending not to remember the occult experiences they had as children when they fell under the influence of the spirits of the nearby forest.  The birth of a deaf, dumb, and blind child precipitates a crisis that is intertwined with dark and ancient magic.


Mythago Cycle, The  (Gollancz, 2007.)


Omnibus of ?


Mythago Cycle Volume Two, The  (Gollancz, 2007.)


Omnibus of The Hollowing and Gate of Ivory, Gate of Horn.


Mythago Wood  (Gollancz, 1984, Arbor House, 1984, Berkley, 1986, HarperCollins, ?, Orb, 2003.)


A Mythago Wood novel.


                The protagonist is obsessed by a nearby forest area which, according to legend, is the home of the ancient spirits of magic, and is eventualy driven to explore its depths and discover the realm of faerie, which has its darker side.


Unknown Regions  (Roc, 1996.  Orbit, 1991, as The Fetch.)


                A young boy has a magical power to reach through time and space and bring back physical objects from other universes and periods of history.  His use of that power, however, attracts an unfriendly magical retribution that endangers his family.


HOLLAND, CECILIA  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Serpent Dreamer, The  (Forge, 2005.)


                Historical with bits of ambiguous magic.


Soul Thief, The  (Forge, 2002.)


                Viking historical with sorcery.




Fire Queen, The  (Roc, 1992.)


                As Roman armies threaten to overwhelm all of Britain, a warrior queen with the powers of witchcraft leaders her people to victory.




Fright Night Resurrection (Waterside, 2018.)




Kingmaking, The  (St Martins, 1995.)


Arthur #1.


                King Arthur wins the throne he seeks as well as the hand of the woman he loves in this retelling of the first part of the Arthurian saga.


Pendragon’s Banner  (St Martins, 1996.)


Arthur #2.


                Having won the throne, Arthur must now defend it against the ambitious Queen Morgause, as well as fending off the enmity of his first wife.


Shadow of the King  (St Martins, 1997.)


Arthur #3.


                King Arthur is off engaged in a foreign war when unrest and even rebellion comes to his homeland, an upset that must be dealt with by his queen.




Moons of Meer, The  (Walck, 1969.)


                Two children descend into a cavern and discover a magical world where it is prophesized that two visitors will free the people from its tyrannous ruler.




Study in Ashes, A (Del Rey, 2013.)


Baskerville #2.




Study in Darkness, A  (Del Rey, 2013.)


Baskerville #3.




Study in Silks, A  (Del Rey, 2013.)


Baskerville #1.


Mystery and magic.


HOLLY, EMMA  (Also writes Horror.)


Demon's Daughter, The  (Berkley, 2004.)


Demon #1.


                Unusual romance set in a Victorian like world where humans and demons interact.


Demon's Fire (Berkley, 2010.)


Demon #3.


Romance involving demons.


Fairyville  (??, Berkley, 2008.)


Revised version of a romance in a town where magic works.


Hunting Midnight  (Berkley, 2003.)


                Romance novel involving immortal shapeshifters.


Midnight Desire  (Berkley, 2006.)


                Two related short novels about shapechangers.


Prince of Ice  (Berkley, 2006.)


Demon #2.


                A mostly human woman finds a place in a demonic household.




Witch on the Corner, The  (Norton, 1966, Young Readers Press, 1969.)


                When the kids in her neighborhood decide she’s a witch, an elderly woman decides to find out if they’re right.




He Who Comes  (?, 1930.)


                Not seen.  Witchcraft.


Homecoming, The.  (See The Old Road from Spain.)


Old Road from Spain, The  (?, 1915.  ?, 1916, as The Homecoming.)


                Not seen.  A family curse.




Floating Fancies Among the Weird and Occult  (Neely, 1898.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HOLMES, JOHN ERIC  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Maze of Peril, The  (Space & Time, 1986.)


                A mysterious maze links many worlds and allows travel back and forth, but a hybrid race of humans and frogs is trying to gain control of the maze, and a band of adventurers must outwit them and a bunch of wizards to win the day.


HOLMES, KATE  (Pseudonym of Anne Holmberg.)


Wild Swans, The  (Love Spell, 2000.)


                Fairy tale romance about a woman whose brothers have been turned to swans and enlists the aid of an irascible knight in freeing them.


HOLT, TOM  (See also K.J. Parker. Also writes Science Fiction and Fantasy.)


Divine Comedies, The  (Orbit, 2003.)


                Omnibus of Here Comes the Sun and Odds and Gods.


Djinn Rummy  (Orbit, 1995.)


                Not seen.


Earth, Air, Fire, and Custard  (Little, Brown, 2005.)




Expecting Beowulf  (NESFA, 2002.)


                Omnibus of Expecting Someone Taller and Who's Afraid of Beowulf?


Expecting Someone Taller  (Macmillan, 1987, St Martins, 1987, Ace, 1990.)


                A contemporary mortal comes into possession of a magical ring that once belonged to the Norse gods, and they’re intent upon getting it back in this witty, whimsical comic fantasy.


Falling Sideways  (Orbit, 2002.)


                A man discovers that human culture is being directed by a small group of frogs.


Faust Among Equals  (Orbit, 1994.)


                Minor demons perform a leveraged buyout of Hell and turn it into a theme park.


First Tom Holt Omnibus, The  (Orbit, 2001.)


                Omnibus of Flying Dutch and Faust Among Equals.


Flying Dutch  (Orbit, 1991, St Martins, 1992, Ace, 1993.)


                A crew of seafarers who took an immortality serum have been sailing through the ages, but now they’re secret is about to be uncovered by an accountant who is tracking down the owner of a bank account that has existed for many generations.


Good, the Bad and the Smug, The (Orbit, 2015.)




Grailblazers  (Orbit, 1994.)


                The quest for the Holy Grail is revived in modern Australia, in farcical fashion.


Here Comes the Sun  (Orbit, 1993.)


                The bureaucracy of Heaven breaks down under the strain of looking after every aspect of the universe.


In Your Dreams  (Orbit, 2005.)


                A pest control worker battles magical pests.


Little People  (Orbit, 2002.)


                The protagonist discovers that his step father has enslaved a bunch of elves.


My Hero  (Orbit, 1996.)


                An author runs into problems when the characters in her latest work start writing their own story.


Nothing But Blue Skies  (Orbit, 2001.)


                A woman who is actually an irritable Chinese dragon responsible for all the bad weather in England has to ride to the rescue when her father is kidnapped by a group of angry weathermen.


Odds and Gods  (Orbit, 1995.)


                Hilarious hijinx at a retirement home for the gods.


Only Human  (Orbit, ?)


                The supreme being goes on vacation and his troublesome son runs the universe for a while.


Open Sesame  (Orbit, 1997.)


                A character from a fantasy story interacts with a woman who suddenly hears her appliances talking to her.


Paint Your Dragon  (Orbit, 1996.)


                Not seen.


Portable Door, The  (Orbit, 2003.)


                A new employee at an otherwise ordinary business discovers that his bosses are plotting with goblins.


Second Tom Holt Omnibus, The  (Orbit, 2002.)


                Omnibus of My Hero and Who's Afraid of Beowulf?


Snow White and the 7 Samurai  (Orbit, 2000.)


                Humorous bit in which a variety of fairy tales get tangled up together.


Valhalla  (Orbit, 2000.)


                A feisty waitress dies unexpectedly and finds herself in Valhalla.  She doesn't care for this version of the afterlife and makes life difficult for Odin and the other gods whose job is to administer it.  Back on Earth, her father believes that she was not meant to die, and employs supernatural forces to bring her back.


Who’s Afraid of Beowulf?  (Macmillan, 1988, St Martins, 1989, Ace, 1991.)


                A handful of Vikings restored to life in the contemporary world are the only ones capable of dealing with an ancient evil monster that has risen to challenge the human race once again.


When It's a Jar (Orbit, 2013.)


A reluctant dragonslayer.


Wish You Were Here


                Not seen.


Ye Gods  (Orbit, 1992, St Martins, 1993.)


                An infant Hercules is raised in a contemporary suburban family, complicating their lives as well as his own.


You Don’t Have to Be Evil to Work Here But It Helps  (Gollancz, 2006.)


                A businessman suspects that his boss is the devil.




Helen of All Time  (Unwin, 1910.)






Bloodstone (Ace, 2011.)


Deadtown #3.


A Ripper style killer preys on the inhabitants of the magical quarter of Boston.


Darklands  (Ace, 2012.)


Deadtown #4.


Someone is abducting demons.


Deadtown  (Ace, 2010.)


Deadtown #1.


Part of Boston is set aside as a quarantine area for demons and other supernatural creatures.


Firestorm (Ace, 2015.)


Deadtown #6.




Hellforged  (Ace, 2011.)


Deadtown #2.


Dream invasions and other supernatural events in an area quarantined because of its magical inhabitants.


Hellhound (Ace, 2013.)


Deadtown #5.






Iliad, The   (Viking, 1999.)


                The story of the siege and fall of Troy.


Odyssey, The  (Bantam, 1962, translated by George Herbert Palmer.  (Viking, 1999, DK, 2000.)  check trans


                Novelized version of the ancient Greek epic poem of Odysseus and his various adventures as the result of a curse, before he finally returns to his home and family.


HONG, JANE COOPER   (See collaboration with James M. Ward.)




Beggar’s Banquet  (Ace, 1997.)


Liam Rhenford #3.


                An amateur detective in a magical world must solve the theft of a magical jewel before it can be used to upset the festivities of an upcoming celebration.


Fanuilh  (Ace, 1994.)


Liam Rhenford #1.


                An ordinary man and a miniature dragon team up to discover the murderer of their friend, a wizard.


King’s Cure  (Ace, 2000.)


Liam Rhenford #5.


                Liam is sent on a mission to a rival kingdom, supposedly on routine matters but unbeknownst to him, he is carrying an important potion.  Some parties are prepared to kill him to prevent it from reaching its destination.


Scales of Justice (Ace, 1998.)


Liam Rhenford #4.


                The murder of a wizard forces the protagonist to take up his role as detective once again, but this time the consequences of his investigation may have more far reaching consequences.


Wizard’s Heir  (Ace, 1995.)


Liam Rhenford #2.


                Using the equipment left behind by a wizard, a detective and his tiny dragon companion solve a series of crimes that could otherwise have set off a destructive religious war.


HOOD, KEN  (Pseudonym of Dave Duncan, whom see.)


Demon Knight  (Harper, 1998.)


Longdirk #3.


                Although his demonic possession seems to have receded, a mighty warrior must now rally the forces of civilization as barbarian hordes threaten to sweep down and destroy everything.


Demon Rider  (Harper, 1997.)


Longdirk #2.


                Against the backdrop of the Inquisition, a warrior must find a way to free himself of a demonic spirit that periodically seizes control of his body.


Demon Sword  (Harper, 1995.)


Longdirk #1.


                In the 13th Century, a brave young warrior battles to save the British Isles from invasion by the hordes of the Khan, who are led by a man who has dabbled in dark sorcery to help ensure the victories his army has enjoyed.


HOOPER, KAY  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Belonging to Taylor  ????


Enchanted  (Jove, 2004.)


                Omnibus of Kissed by Magic, Belonging to Taylor, and the non-fantasy Eye of the Beholder.


Finding Laura  (Bantam, 1998.)


                Contemporary thriller involving a magical mirror, reincarnation, and romance.


Kissed by Magic   ???????????


Wizard of Seattle, The  (Bantam, 1993.)


                A young woman determined to become a wizard comes to present day Seattle and apprentices herself to Richard Merlin, with whom she subsequently falls in love.


HOOPES, NED  (See collaborations with Bernard and Dorothy Evslin.)




Haxan (ChiZine, 2014.)






Jabberwocky  (Pan, 1977, from the screenplay by Terry Gilliam and Charles Alversen.)


                Spoof of a medieval society troubled by a creature so horrible that people contract the plague just to avoid it.


HOPKINSON, NALO (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Chaos, The  (McElderry, 2012.)


A teen has unusual visions.


New Moon’s Arms, The  (Warner, 2007.)




Salt Roads, The  (Warner, 2003.)


                Demigods manifest themselves in several women, guiding their lives.


Sister Mine  (Grand Central, 2013.)






Windrider, The  (DAW, 1985.)


                After being tricked out of the throne to which she was entitled, a warrior woman travels to a remote region where she encounters a race of magical horses whose existence will change her life.




Sin of Atlantis, The  (MacQueen, 1900.)


                Two contemporaries discover they are reincarnations of the twosome that destroyed Atlantis.


HOROWITZ, ANTHONY  (Also writes Horror.)

Battles and Quests  (Kingfisher, 2010.)


Retellings of classic stories of magic.


Beasts and Monsters  (Kingfisher, 2010.)


Retellings of classic monster stories from ancient legends.


HORSEMAN, ELAINE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Hubble’s Bubble  (Chatto & Windus, 1968.)


                Kids discover a book of magical spells




Duncton Found  (Century, 1989, Arrow, 1990.)


Duncton #3.


                A magical stone could determine the fate of a race of moles.


Duncton Quest  (Century, 1988, Arrow, 1989.)


Duncton #2.


                The world of the moles is devastated by war.


Duncton Rising  (HarperCollins, 1992.)


Duncton #5.


                Not seen.


Duncton Stone  (HarperCollins, 1996.)


Duncton #6.


                Not seen.


Duncton Tales  (HarperCollins, 1991, Fontana 1992.)


Duncton #4.


                The moles on a quest to find a magical artifact.


Duncton Wood  (Country Life, 1980, McGraw Hill, 1980, Ballantine, 1981.)


Duncton #1.


                An epic fantasy about the successful attempt to leave a society dominated by evil and create a new one, the catch being that all of the major characters are moles.


Journeys to the Heartland  (Harper, ?)


Wolves of Time #1.


                Not seen.


Seekers at the Wulfrock  (Harper, 1997.)


Wolves of Time #2.


                A battle among tribes of wolves, one of whose number is the incarnation of a supernatural force.


Toad Triumphant  (St Martins, 1996.)


                A sequel to The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.


Willows in Winter, The  (HarperCollins, 1993, St Martins, 1994.)


                A sequel to The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.




Shining East, The  (Vantage, 1965.)


                Not seen.


HOUARNER, GERARD DANIEL (Also writes Horror.)


Bard of Sorcery, The  (Del Rey, 1986.)


                A wandering bard steals a magical artifact that allows him to move from one universe to another.  Unfortunately, he finds his luck no better wherever he travels and to make things worse he is being pursued by an enigmatic but relentless figure.




Three Fantastic Tales  (Joiner, 1934.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HOUSEHOLD, GEOFFREY  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Cats to Come, The  (Joseph, 1975.)


                The world of the future is ruled by cats.




Life of Sir Aglovale de Galis, The  (Methuen, 1905, Green Knight, 2000.)


                The adventures of a minor member of the Knights of the Round Table.




Gods and Their Makers  (Lane, 1897.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Ironical Tales  (Jonathan Cape, 1926, Doran, 1927.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Strange Ends and Discoveries: Tales of This World and the Next  (Jonathan Cape, 1948.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Spirit Wrestler  (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1980, Avon, 1981.)


                A shaman in the Arctic wasteland tells his story, how he received his magic powers, angered a sea goddess, grew feared by friends as well as enemies, and how he finally met his fate when an outsider stole the woman he loved.




Splintered (Abrams, 2013.)


Splintered #1.


A young girl can communicate with plants and animals.


Unhinged (Abrams, 2014.)


Splintered #2.


A girl with magical talents has adventures.




Oceanborn (Harlequin, 2014.)




HOWARD, ELIZABETH JANE  (Also writes Horror.)


Mr. Wrong  (Jonathan Cape, 1975.)


                Collection of stories not all of which are fantasy.




After the End of the World (Thomas Dunne, 2017.)


Carter #2.


In an alternate version of our world where Lovecraftian monsters exist, two people try to restore the old reality.


Brothers Cabal, The (Thomas Dunne, 2014.)


Cabal #4.


A necromancer and his vampire brother foil a supernatural rebellion.


Carter and Lovecraft (Thomas Dunne, 2015.)


Carter #1.


A detective and a bookstore owner battle Lovecraftian creatures.


Fall of the House of Cabal, The (Thomas Dunne, 2016.)


Cabal #5.


Cabal unites with old friends and enemies for a new quest.


Fear Institute, The (Thomas Dunne, 2011.)


Cabal #3.


A necromancer leads an expedition into the world of dreams.


Johannes Cabal the Detective (Anchor, 2010.)


Cabal #2.


An escape from a small kingdom lands a necromancer in the middle of espionage and murder.


Johannes Cabal the Necromancer (Anchor, 2009.)


Cabal #1.


A necromancer makes a bet with Satan.


HOWARD, LINDA  (Pseudonym of Linda Howington.)


Now You See Her  (Pocket, 1998.)


                Psychic visions of a murder trouble a young woman who eventually avoids danger and finds love.


Son of the Morning  (Pocket, 1997.)


                A woman fleeing from two murderers shares thoughts with a man who lived centuries earlier.




Hidden Stars, The  (Eos, 2004.)


Rune of Unmaking #1.


                A young girl is destined to overthrow an evil empress.


HOWARD, ROBERT E. (See also collaborations that follow. Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Adventures of Lal Singh, The  (Cryptic, 1985.)


                Collection of related stories.


Best of Robert E. Howard, The  (Del Rey, 2007.)


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


Beyond the Borders  (Baen, 1996.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Black Canaan  (Berkley, 1978.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Black Colossus  ( Donald Grant, 1979.)


                Collection of related stories.


Black Stranger, The  (Bison, 2005.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Bloody Crown of Conan, The  (Del Rey, 2004.)


                Collection of related stories.


Book of Robert E. Howard, The  (Zebra, 1976, Berkley, 1980.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Bran Mak Morn   (Dell, 1969.)


Collection of related stories.


Bran Mak Morn  (Baen, 1996.)


                Collection of related stories.


A Bran Mak Morn collection.


                Collection of related stories about the battles between the Picts and the Romans.


Bran Mak Morn: The Last King  (Wandering Star, 2001, Del Rey, 2005.)


                Collection of related stories.


Coming of Conan, The  (Gnome, 1953.)


A Conan adventure.


                Collection of stories about Conan the Barbarian.


Coming of Conan the Barbarian, The  (Del Rey, 2004.)


                Collection of related stories.


Coming of Conan the Cimmerian, The  (Del Rey, 2005.)


A Conan book.


                Collection of related stories.


Complete Chronicles of Conan, The  (Gollancz, 2006.)


                Collection of related stories.


Conan Chronicles Volume I: The People of the Black Circle, The  (Millennium, 2000.)


                Collection of related stories.


Conan Chronicles Volume II: The Hour of the Dragon  (Millennium, 2001.)


                Collection of related stories.


Conan in the Tower of the Elephant  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1975.)


                Collection of two novelets featuring Conan.


Conan of Cimmeria Volume I  (Wandering Star, 2002.)


                A Conan collection.


Conan of Cimmeria Volume II  (Wandering Star, 2003.)


                A Conan collection.


Conan the Barbarian  (Gnome, 1954.)


A Conan adventure.


                Collection of stories about Conan the Barbarian.


Conan the Conqueror  (Gnome, 1950, Boardman, 1954, Lancer, 1967, Sphere, 1974.  Ace, 1953, bound with The Sword of Rhiannon by Leigh Brackett, and by itself in 1977.  Magazine version, 1935, as The Hour of the Dragon.  Berkley, 1977, Donald Grant, 1989, as The Hour of the Dragon)


The only novel length work about Conan that Howard ever did, this is set late in his career, with the barbarian finding himself a new kingdom to rule and defending it against invading armies and plotting sorcerers.


Conquering Sword of Conan, The  (Del Rey, 2005.)


A Conan book.


                Collection of related stories.


Cormac Mac Art  (Baen, 1995.)


A Cormac Mac Art collection.


                Collection of related stories.


Cormac Mac Art  (See Tigers of the Sea.)


Crimson Shadows  (Del Rey, 2007.)


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


Cthulhu  (Baen, 1987.)


Collection of loosely related stories.


Dark Man and Others, The  (Lancer, 1963, Arkham House, 1963.  Panther, 1979, as The Dead Remember.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Dead Remember, The.  (See The Dark Man and Others.)


Eons of the Night  (Baen, 1996.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Essential Conan, The  (Science Fiction Book Club, 2001.)


                Collection of related stories.


Gods of Bal-Sagoth, The  (Ace, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Grey God Passes, The  (Columbia, 1979.)


                Short story published as a pamphlet.


Grim Land and Others, The  (Stygian Isle, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Hand of Kane, The  (Centaur, 1970.)


A Solomon Kane collection.


                Collection of related stories.


Hawks of Outremer  (Donald Grant, 1979.)


A Cormac Mac Art book.


                Collection of related stories.


Hills of the Dead, The  (Bantam, 1979.)


A Solomon Kane collection.


                Collection of related stories.


Hour of the Dragon.  (See Conan the Conqueror.)


Howard Collector, The  (Ace, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Jewels of Gwahlur  (Donald Grant, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


King Conan  (Gnome, 1953.)


A Conan adventure.


                Collection of stories about Conan the Barbarian.


Kull  (Bantam, 1978.)


                Collection of related stories.


Kull  (Baen, 1995.)


                Collection of related stories.


Kull (Donald Grant, 1985.)


                Collection of related stories.


Kull (Del Rey, 2006.)


                Collection of related stories.


Kull: Exile of Atlantis  (Del Rey, 2006.)


                Collection of related stories.


Lord of the Dead   (Donald Grant, 1981.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Lost Valley of Iskander, The  (FAX, 1974, Zebra, 1976, Futura, 1976, Berkley, 1979, Ace, 1986.)


                Collection of related stories.


Marchers of Valhalla   (Donald Grant, 1977,  Sphere, 1977, Berkley, 1978.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Moon of Skulls, The  (Centaur, 1969.)


A Solomon Kane collection.


                Collection of related stories.


People of the Black Circle, The  (Donald Grant, 1974, Berkley, 1977, Millennium, 2000.)


                A Conan collection.


People of the Dark  (Wildside, 2005.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Pigeons from Hell and Other Weird and Fantastic Adventures  (Zebra, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Pool of the Black One, The  (Donald Grant, 1986.)


                A Conan collection.


Queen of the Black Coast  (Donald Grant, 1978.)


                A Conan collection.


Red Nails  (Donald Grant, 1975.)


                A Conan book


Red Nails  (Berkley, 1979.)


A Conan collection.


Red Shadows  (Donald Grant, 1968.)


A Solomon Kane collection.


                Collection of related stories.


Road of Azrael, The  (Donald Grant, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Robert E. Howard Omnibus, The  (Orbit, 1977.)


                Collection of sometimes related stories.


Robert E. Howard’s Kull  (Donald Grant, 1985.)


                Collection of related stories.


Robert E. Howard’s World of Heroes  (Robinson, 1989.)


                Collection of sometimes related stories.


Rogues in the House  (Donald Grant, 1976.)


                A Conan collection.


Savage Tales of Solomon Kane, The  (Wandering Star, 1988, Del Rey, 2004.)


                The complete stories involving the wandering puritan and his weird adventures.


Second Book of Robert E. Howard, The  ( Zebra, 1976, Berkley, 1980.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Shadow Kingdoms, The  (Panther, 1976, Wildside, 2004.)


                Collection of loosely related stories.


Skull-Face  (Berkley, 1978.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Skull-Face and Others  (Arkham House, 1946.  Spearman, 1974, as Skull Face Omnibus.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Skull Face and Others  (Panther, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Skull Face Omnibus.  (See Skull Face and Others.)


Skulls in the Stars  (Bantam, 1978.)


A Solomon Kane collection.


                Collection of related stories.


Solomon Kane   (Centaur, 1971.)


 A Solomon Kane collection.


Collection of related stories.


Solomon Kane  (Baen, 1996.)


A Solomon Kane collection.


                Collection of related stories.


Son of the White Wolf  (FAX, 1977, Berkley, 1978, Ace, 1987.)


                Collection of related stories.


Sowers of the Thunder, The  (Donald Grant, 1973, Sphere, 1977.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sword of Conan, The  (Gnome, 1952.)


A Conan adventure.


                Collection of stories about Conan the Barbarian.


Sword Woman, The  (Zebra, 1977, Berkley, 1979, Ace, 1986.)


                Collection of related stories.


Swords of Shahrazar  (Fax, 1976, Futura, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Three-Bladed Doom  (Zebra, 1977, Futura, 1977, Ace, 1979.)


                Marginal lost world style adventure set in the mountains of Afghanistan.


Tigers of the Sea  (Donald Grant, 1974, Zebra, 1975, Sphere, 1977, Ace, 1979.  Ace, 1984, as Cormac Mac Art – Tigers of the Sea.)


A Cormac Mac Art collection.


                Collection of related stories.


Tower of the Elephant, The  (Donald Grant, 1975, Grosset & Dunlap, 1978.)


                A Conan collection.


Trails in Darkness  (Baen, 1996.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Valley of the Worms and Others, The  (Panther, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Weird Writings of Robert E. Howard, The  (??)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Wings in the Night  (Wildside, 2005.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Witch Shall Be Born, A  (Donald Grant, 1975.)


                A Conan collection.


Wolfshead  (Lancer, 1968.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Wolfshead  (Bantam, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Worms of the Earth  (Donald Grant, 1974, Zebra, 1975, Futura, 1976, Ace, 1979.)


A Bran Mak Morn collection.


                Collection of related stories set during the battles between the Picts and the Romans.




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


A Conan adventure.


                Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


King Kull  (Lancer, 1967, Sphere, 1974.)


                Collection of related stories.




Conan the Freebooter  (Lancer, 1968, Sphere, 1974.)


                Collection of Conan stories.


Flame Knife, The  (Ace, 1981.)


                A revision of Three Bladed Doom as a Conan story.


Tales of Conan  (Gnome, 1955.)


A Conan adventure.


                Collection of stories about Conan the Barbarian.




Conan  (Lancer, 1967, Sphere, 1974, Ace, 1982.)


A Conan adventure.


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


Conan Chronicles, The  (Orbit, 1989.)


                A Conan collection.


Conan Chronicles 2, The  (Orbit, 1990.)


                A Conan collection.


Conan of Cimmeria  (Lancer, 1969, Sphere, 1974, Ace, 1980.)


A Conan adventure.


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


Conan the Adventurer  (Lancer, 1966, Sphere, 1973, Ace, 1977.)


A Conan adventure.


                Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


Conan the Usurper  (Lancer, 1967, Sphere, 1974, Ace, 1977.)


A Conan adventure.


                Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


Conan the Wanderer  (Lancer, 1968, Sphere, 1974, Ace, 1977.)


A Conan adventure


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


Conan the Warrior  (Lancer, 1967, Sphere, 1973, Ace, 1977.)


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


Hour of the Dragon, The  (See Conan the Conqueror)


People of the Black Circle, The  (Berkley, 1977.)


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


Red Nails  (Berkley, 1977.)


Collection of stories about the barbarian adventurer.


Treasure of Tranicos, The  (Ace, 1980. (Actually not a Conan adventurer, but the original version was rewritten by L.Sprague de Camp in 1953 as The Black Stranger with Conan replacing the original protagonist.)


Conan confronts monsters and villains.




Conan the Avenger  (Lancer, 1968, Sphere, 1974.)


                Collection of Conan stories.




Ultimate Helm, The  (TSR, 1993.)


#6 in the multi-author Cloakmaster series.


                Magical space travel with the protagonist choosing to take command of a spaceship for the final confrontation with the forces of chaos.




Prophecy of Darkness  (Boulevard, 1997.)


A Xena novel.


A magician plans to cast a spell to help those who suffer in Hades, but the unintended result may be to set Cerberus loose into the mortal world unless Xena can prevent him from making a disastrous mistake.




Bone Walk  (Firelight, 2001.)


                A government counselor is secretly studying magic, and tricking simple townspeople into taking chances to enhance his arcane abilities.


Tomes of Alder Bedweer  (Firelight, 2004.)


                Routine fantasy world adventure.




My Immortal Highlander  (Kensington, 2006.)


                Two linked romances about immortals.


Simon's Quest  (Scholastic, 1990.)


                A game book pitting a knight against Dracula.


HOWELL, HANNAH  (See also collaboration which follows.)


Unconquered  (Zebra, 1996.)


                Historical romance set during the time of William the Conquerer, featuring a woman who has the ability to foresee elements of the future.


HOWELL, MORGAN  (Also writes Science Fiction as Will Hubbell.)


Candle in the Storm  (Del Rey, 2009.)


Shadowed Path #2.


The survivors of a magical assault by an evil force are chased by enchanted killers.


Clan Daughter  (Del Rey, 2007.)


Queen of the Orcs #2.




Iron Palace, The  (Del Rey, 2011.)


Shadowed Path #3.


The son of an evil sorcerer may be doomed to follow the same path.


King's Property  (Del Rey, 2007.)


Queen of the Orcs #1.


A young woman is enslaved to the orcs.


Royal Destiny  (Del Rey, 2007.)


Queen of the Orcs #3.


Humans and orcs unite against a common foe.


Woman Worth Ten Coppers, A  (Del Rey, 2008.)


Shadowed Path #1.






Eternal Highlander, The  (Kensington, 2004.)


                Immortal highlanders suffering under a terrible curse are supported by the women they love.


HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Questionable Shapes  (Harper, 1903.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Seen and Unseen at Stratford-on-Avon, The  (Harper, 1914.)


                The reincarnation of Shakespeare.


HOWLETT, WINSTON  (See collaborations with Jean Lorrah.)


HOYT, SARAH A.  (Also writes Science Fiction. See collaborations with Kevin J. Anderson,)


All Night Awake  (Ace, 2002.)


Shakespeare #2.


                William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe have both had dealings with the world of Faery, and now they're called upon to help in the search for a mysterious magical presence.


Any Man So Daring  (Ace, 2003.)


Shakespeare #3.


                Shakespeare returns to the world of fairies in search of his kidnapped son and to battle a supernatural evil.


Crawling Between Heaven and Earth  (Dark Regions, 2002.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Draw One in the Dark  (Baen, 2006.)


Kyrie Smith #1.


                A young woman who can shapeshift into the form of a panther discovers that she is not the only one of her kind.


Gentleman Takes a Chance  (Baen, 2008.)


Kyrie Smith #2.


Shapeshifters solve a murder mystery.


Heart and Soul  (Bantam, 2008.)


Victorian #3.


The quest to return magical jewels to their rightful owners in an alternate British Empire.


Heart of Light (Bantam, 2008.)


Victorian #1.


Adventure in a magical alternate Victorian British Empire.


Ill Met by Moonlight  (Ace, 2001.)


Shakespeare #1.


                Shakespeare’s family are kidnapped by the fairies and he has to follow them and overcome his own weaknesses in order to rescue them.


Noah's Boy (Baen, 2013.)


Kyrie Smith #3.




Soul of Fire  (Bantam, 2008.)


Victorian #2.


A shapechanger and a runaway bride have magical adventures.




Clan of the Dung-Sniffers  (Edge, 2008.)


A well intended theft of a magical artifact has dire consequences.


HUBBARD, L. RON  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror.)


Death’s Deputy  (Fantasy Publishing, 1948, Leisure, 1970.  Magazine version 1940.)


                A pilot miraculously escapes death in an accident, an escape which he cannot explain.  He becomes an instrument of the forces of destruction.  Wherever he goes, disasters strike and people die.


Fear  (Galaxy, 1957, Bridge, 1991.  Magazine version, 1940.)


                A man who refuses to believe in the supernatural finds several hours missing from his life, and when he investigates discovers that there really are demons and other inhuman creatures manipulating people.


Fear & Typewriter in the Sky  (Gnome, 1951, Popular Library, 1977.)


                Omnibus of the two short novels.


Fear & The Ultimate Adventure  (Berkley, 1968. )


                Omnibus of the two short novels.


From Death to the Stars  (Fantasy Publishing, 1952.)


                Omnibus of Death’s Deputy and The Kingslayer.


Last Drop, The  (Galaxy 2006.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Slaves of Sleep  (Shasta, 1948, Lancer, 1968, Dell, 1979. Magazine version, 1939.)


                When the protagonist releases a djinn from its imprisonment, he is cursed with wakefulness.  While sleeping in our world, he is awake in another realm filled with primitive wonders, monsters, villains, and a beautiful girl.


Slaves of Sleep & Masters of Sleep  (Bridge, 1993.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Triton and Battle of Wizards  (Fantasy Publishing, 1949.)


                Omnibus of two short novels.  Magazine title of Triton was The Indigestible Triton.


Typewriter in the Sky   (Bridge, 1995.)


                The protagonist discovers that he is a character in book that is still in the process of being written.


Typewriter in the Sky/Fear  (Gnome, 1952, Popular Library, 1977.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


HUDDY, DELIA  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Time Piper  (Hamilton, 1976, Greenwillow, 1979, Temp, 1984.)


Humboldt #1.


                A blend of fantasy and SF as an enigmatic girl from out of time gets involved with a contemporary project to perfect time travel.




Angel Hours  (Pinnacle, 1996.)


                A man and a woman are able to communicate with each other through their dreams, solve each other’s problems, and find true love in this romance novel.




Remember My Heart  (Pinnacle, 1995.)


                Two people feel strangely drawn to one another and eventually discover that it is a recurrence of an age old love.  But there’s an old enemy around as well.


HUDSON, W.H.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Green Mansions  (Duckworth, 1904, Putnam, 1904, Knopf, 1916, Modern Library, 1920, Dutton, 1923, National Home Library, 1932, Pocket, 1938, Random House, 1944, Heritage, 1944, Bantam, 1946, Guild, 1950, Dent, 1951, Bantam, 1959, Scholastic, 1969.  World, ?)


Rima #1.


                One of the classic lost world novels featuring an adventurer who discovers a magical woman in the Amazon who is able to communicate with the animals.


Purple Land, The  (Dutton, 1916, Modern Library, ?)


                A lost world is found in South America.


HUEFFER, FORD  (Better known as mainstream novelist Ford Madox Ford.)


Half Moon, The  (Nash, 1909.)


                Genuine magic in 17th Century Europe.


Ladies Whose Bright Eyes  (Constable, 1911.)


                Not seen.  Time travel.


HUFF, TANYA  (Also writes Science Fiction and Horror)


Child of the Grove  (DAW, 1988.)


Ardhan #1.


                All of the magical beings have retreated from the world except one, an ambitious and unprincipled wizard who has decided to use his unrivaled powers to create a hegemony over the entire world.  But a band of unmagical mortals decides to stop him.


Enchantment Emporium, The  (DAW, 2009.)


Alysha Gale #1.


A woman with magical powers encounters the world of fairies.


Fifth Quarter  (DAW, 1995.)


Quarter #2.


                A brother and sister assassin team are thwarted by their quarry, who steals the male’s body, forcing the other two personalities to share the other.  They set out to track him down and restore their previous situation, but can they defeat someone who already outsmarted them in their first meeting?


Finding Magic  (ISFiC, 2007.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Fire’s Stone, The  (DAW, 1990.)


                A sorceress bride to be, a talented but unmotivated prince, and a charming but dissipated thief find that their lives are intertwined when she determines that her marriage to the prince must not happen, even though political and social forces seem to make it inevitable.


Gate of Darkness, Circle of Light  (DAW, 1989.)


                An unlikely combination of street people, ordinary people, and a cat team up in modern day Toronto to battle a sorcerous villain who has entered our world from a magical realm, and whose abilities won’t be recognized as a threat by the usual authorities.


Last Wizard, The  (DAW, 1989.)


Ardham #2.


                The gods of a world from which most magic has been withdrawn create Crystal, a young woman with the powers of wizardry, setting her up against an ancient one of their own kind who uses his abilities for evil.


Long Hot Summoning  (DAW, 2003.)


Keeper #3.


                Two young women with magical powers have to save the world from an invasion by an evil creature from another reality.


No Quarter  (DAW, 1996.)


Quarter #3.


                Two assassins manage to regain the body that was stolen from one of them, but now their former enemy is lodged in one of their bodies as well, and the threesome travels to a far land seeking someone who can find a new body for their disembodied associate.


Of Darkness, Light, and Fire  (DAW, 2001.)


                Omnibus of Gate of Darkness, Circle of Light and The Fire's Stone.


Quartered Sea, The  (DAW, 1999.)


Quarter #4.


                A bard who lacks a critical magical ability necessary to his craft sets out on a voyage at the request of his queen.  The expedition runs into disaster and he is stranded in a far land, where he will learn to overcome his disadvantage before finding his way home.


Quarters Novels Volume 1  (DAW, ?)


Omnibus of Sing the Fourth Quarter and Fifth Quarter.


Quarters Novels Volume 2 (DAW, 2007.)


Omnibus of No Quarter and The Quartered Sea.


Scholar of Decay  (TSR, 1995.)


A Ravenloft novel.


                A scholar is searching for ancient manuscripts reportedly buried in a remote location, but his investigation is hampered by his involvement with a family of wererats who take umbrage with his activities.


Second Summoning, The  (DAW, 2001.)


Keeper #2.


                The Keeper has her work cut out for her when a demon and an angel both manifest themselves physically in our world, each in the body of a hormone driven teenager.


Silvered, The  (DAW, 2012.)




Sing the Four Quarters  (DAW, 1994.)


Quarter #1.


                A woman who is training to become a bard runs into difficulties when she gets pregnant, which is against the rules of her trade, and assists a man she admires in his escape after he is accused of treason.


Smoke and Ashes  (DAW, 2006.)


Tony Foster #3.


                The production of a motion picture is unfortunately linked to the opening of a gateway to a world of demons.


Smoke and Mirrors  (DAW, 2005.)


Tony Foster #2.


                A television production at a haunted house turns deadly when the ghosts turn out to be real.


Smoke and Shadows  (DAW, 2004.)


Tony Foster #1.


                An employee at a television production company becomes involved with a series of mishaps and murders that have a supernatural origin.


Stealing Magic  (Tesseract, 1999. Edge, 2006, expanded.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Summon the Keeper  (DAW, 1998.)


Keeper #1.


                The protagonist is a keeper, a woman assigned to watch over one of the places where magic intrudes into the world.  Her latest assignment is a bothersome one, a rooming house with one resident who is perpetually asleep, and others who are even stranger.


What Ho, Magic  (Meisha Merlin, 1998.)


                Collection of sometimes related stories.


Wild Ways, The  (DAW, 2011.)


Alysha Gale #2.


Witchcraft vs despoilers of the environment.


Wizard of the Grove  (DAW, 1999.)


                Omnibus of Child of the Grove and The Last Wizard.


HUGH, DAFFYD AB  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Arthur War Lord  (Avon, 1994.)


Arthur #1.


                A terrorist from the 20th Century has gone mentally back through time to the age of Arthur and Camelot, where she is in a position to influence Sir Lancelot and alter the course of European history.


Far Beyond the Wave  (Avon, 1994.)


Arthur #2.


                Mental visitors from the contemporary world battle with magic and technology in King Arthur’s Britain, manipulating the major players from within as a terrorist tries to destroy Britain and an agent attempts to save it.


Heroing  (Baen, 1987.)


Jiana #1.


                An adventurer resists having a competent young woman join his expedition to a distant, magical land, but she persists and eventually proves to him that he could not have succeeded in his quest without her assistance.


Warriorwards  (Baen, 1990.)


Jiana #2.


                In order to teach a young girl how to recover from having been a slave, Jiana sells herself into slavery in order to set an example.  Seems like a pretty extreme method to me.




Bridge of Birds  (Century, 1984, St Martins, 1984, Del Rey, 1985.)


Number Ten Ox #1.


                Two people set off across a magical China that never was in search for a cure for a mysterious illness, but in the process they also uncover an ancient crime and identify the person responsible.  A charmingly inventive fantasy.


Chronicles of Master Li and Number Ten Ox, The  (Stars Our Destination, 1998.)


                Omnibus of the Number Ten Ox trilogy.


Eight Skilled Gentlemen  (Doubleday, 1991, Bantam UK, 1991.)


Number Ten Ox #3.


                Someone is murdering respected mandarins, and all the evidence points toward demonic intervention.  But Master Li believes otherwise, and uncovers the truth.


Story of the Stone, The  (Doubleday, 1988, Bantam, 1989.)


Number Ten Ox #2.


                Two companions are importuned by the head of a monastery to discover who killed one of the monks, apparently just to gain possession of a worthless manuscript.  They solve the crime, and discover an ancient magical secret in the process.




Hobson and Co  (Ripping, 1997.)


                Contemporary fantasy about the imminent end of the universe unless magical intervention prevents it.


HUGHES, CAROL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Dirty Magic  (Random House, 2006.)


                Following a bizarre dream, a girl’s perceptions of the world are radically different.


Toots and the Upside Down House  (Random House, 2002.)


Toots #1.


                Young adult adventures in a magical house.


Toots Underground  (Random House, 2002.)


Toots #2.


                A young girl finds an underground world where magic works.


HUGHES, MATT  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Fools Errant  (Maxwell Macmillan, 1994, Aspect, 2001.)


                A wizened sorcerer takes charge of a spoiled young aristocrat on a voyage of discovery and maturity which is beset by monsters, villains, and disasters both natural and unnatural.  The sequel is science fiction.


Gist Hunter and Other Stories, The  (Night Shade, 2005.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Gullible's Travels  (SF Book Club, 2001.)


                Omnibus of Fool's Errant and Fool Me Twice.


Hell to Pay  (Angry Robot, 2011.)


Damned Busters #1.


A superhero meets a demon.


Hespira  (Night Shade, 2009.)


Henghis Hapthorn #3.




Majestrum:  (Night Shade, 2007.)


Henghis Hapthorn #1.




Spiral Labyrinth, The  (Night Shade, 2008.)


Henghis Hapthorn #2.




HUGHES, MONICA  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Promise, The  (Simon & Schuster, 1992.)


                The young protagonist discovers that she must leave her family to become apprentice to a magician.


HUGHES, RHYS  (Also writes Horror.)


Smell of Telescopes, The  (Tartarus, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Moment of Time, A  (Chatto & Windus, 1926.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HUGHES, ROBERT DON  (Note that the Wizard series is a prequel to the Lamath series.  Also writes Science Fiction.)


Faithful Traitor, The  (Del Rey, 1992.)


Wizard #2..


                Against his inclinations, a young wizard creates a two headed dragon to protect his land from outside invaders, but his compatriots have a long standing distrust of magic and have mixed feelings about his endeavors.


Forging of the Dragon, The  (Del Rey, 1989.)


Wizard #1..


                Yet another reluctant wizard, transformed into a savage looking beast, set loose in a country where magic is forbidden, yet still necessary to save the day.


Power and the Prophet, The  (Del Rey, 1985.)


Lamath #3.


                The climactic battle of wits as an involuntary sorcerer must battle old rivals and new ones, save a kingdom, rescue the girl, and thwart a bevy of villains.


Prophet of Lamath, The  (Del Rey, 1979.)


Lamath #1.


                When a desperate man fools a two headed dragon, it has unexpected consequences.  The dragon abandons its post guarding the borders, begins to raid the villages it formerly protected, and leaves the country open to an invasion from without.


Wizard in Waiting, The  (Del Rey, 1982.)


Lamath #2.


                Following the death of its guardian dragon, a land is beset by internal and external troubles, a throne usurped, a princess imprisoned, rogue magic loose in the land.  The only wizard powerful enough to set things right has retired to become an actor.




Darkness Before the Dawn, The  (TSR, 1995.)


#2 in the multi-author Dark Sun series.


                Two travelers come to a city that is on the eve of a series of bloody gladiatorial games, and find themselves caught up in a dangerous situation.




Enchantment in the Garden  (Bodley Head, 1996.)


                A boy magically brings a statue to life, to the consternation of his family and friends.




Glass Cat of Oz, The  (Emerald City Press, 1997.)


An Oz novel.






Among Thieves (Roc, 2011.)


Tale of the Kin #1.


A minor criminal in a fantasy realm stumbles upon a magical secret.


Sworn Steel (2011.)






Ahaiyute and Cloud Eater  (Harcourt Brace, 1997.)


A Zumi boy uses a magical gift to defeat a monster and end a drought.  For younger readers.




Myself and the Young Bowman and Other Fantasies  (Doubleday, 1932.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Story of the Malcontents and Other Stories  (Doran, 1927.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Aladdin in London  (Adam & Charles Black, 1892.)


                Not seen.


Chronicles of Faeryland  (Griffith, 1892.


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Dwarf’s Chamber and Other Stories, The  (Ward Lock, 1896.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Gentleman Who Vanished, The  (White,1890.  Liberty, 1892, as The Man Who Vanished.)


                A man who believes himself guilty of murder experiments with out of body experiences.


Harlequin Opal, The  (W.H. Allen, 1893.)


                Lost world novel.


Man Who Vanished, The.  (See The Gentleman WhoVanished.)


Mother of Emeralds, The  (Hurst & Blackett, 1893.)


                Lost world novel.


Nameless City, The  (?, 1893.)


                Lost world novel.


Son of Perdition, A  (Rider, 1912.)


                An occult adventure involving the rivalry between two magicians..




Bloody Cup, The (2010)


Clash of Kings (2011)


Death of an Empire (2012)


Dragon's Child (2009)


Ice King, The  (Headline, 2015.)




Last Dragon, The (2014)


Poisoned Throne, The (2015)


Storm Lord, The (2014)


Warrior of the West (2010)


Web of Deceit (2013)




Fetch, The (Wendy Lamb, 2006.)


Runestone #1.


                Two teens discover magic runestones that allow them to travel through time.


Vendetta  (Wendy Lamb, 2007.)


Runestone #2.


                A trip to ancient Corsica embroils the teens in a feud.




Witches Be Crazy (Night Shade, 2015.)






Sea Change  (Rinehart, 1946.)


                Good vs bad witchcraft.


HUNT, GABRIEL  (Pseudonym of Charles Ardai.)


Hunt Through the Cradle of Fear  (Leisure, 2009.)


A Gabriel Hunt novel.


An adventurer encounters a living sphinx.




Map of Time, The  (?, 1983.)


                Not seen.




Court of the Air, The  (Harper Voyager, 2007, Tor, 2008.)


A Victorian Age novel.


                Two children have adventures in a magical alternate Victorian age.


For the Crown and the Dragon  (Green Nebula, 1997.)


                Fantastic adventure in an alternate 18th Century Europe.


In Dark Service (Gollancz, 2015.)




Jack Cloudie (HarperCollins, 2011, Tor, 2013.)


A Victorian Age novel.


A failed thief has adventures in an airborne navy.


Kingdom Beyond the Waves, The  (Tor, 2009.)


A Victorian Age novel.


A search for a lost world in an alternate Victorian age.


Rise of the Iron Moon, The  (Tor, 2011.)


A Victorian Age novel.


A country faces war with nearly invulnerable creatures.


Secrets of the Fire Sea  (HarperCollins, 2011.)


A Victorian Age novel.


A woman in a magical land is the target of a murderer who thinks she possesses valuable knowledge.




Burning Horizon, The  (Harper Collins, 2015.)


Wild #5.




Storm of Dogs (HarperCollins, 2015.)


Wild #6.




HUNTER, FAITH  (Also writes Horror.)


Bloodring  (Roc, 2006.)


Apocalypse #1.


                After the apocalypse, supernatural creatures become part of ordinary life.


Host  (Roc, 2007.)


Apocalypse #3.


An evil force threatens to overwhelm a community.


Seraphs  (Roc, 2007.)


Apocalypse #2.


                A woman uses her magical powers for good, but their existence attracts creatures of evil.




Abandon  (Pocket Sonnet, 2001.)


                A man inherits an island and discovers that it is enchanted.




Percival and the Presence of God  (Chaosium, 1997.)


                Minor mystical adventure set against the backdrop of Arthurian legend.




Knight's Dawn  (Orbit, 2001.)


Red Pavilions #1.


                A knight wakes up with no memories, apparently wounded seriously in a battle that happened more than a century earlier.


Scabbard's Song  (Orbit, 2004.)


Red Pavilions #3.


                Soldier finally discovers his true identity and that of his arch enemy.


Wizard's Funeral  (Orbit, 2002.)


Red Pavilions #2.


                When the king dies, it becomes imperative to find a successor quickly, because it is only the throne that keeps the forces of good and evil in balance.


HUNTER, MOLLIE  (Pseudonym of Maureen McIlwraith. Also writes Horror.)


Bodach, The.  (See The Walking Stones.)


Haunted Mountain, The  (Hamish Hamilton, 1972, Harper Trophy, 1973, Fitzhenry, 1973.)


                A man defies the magic of faerie and as a consequence they take a hand in his love life and exact a terrible revenge.


Kelpie’s Pearls, The   (Blackie, 1964, Funk & Wagnalls, 1964, Avon Camelot, 1968.)


                An old woman and a boy are the only ones who believe in the power of a supernatural force which dwells near the home of the Loch Ness monster, and which can change its own shape into that of a terrifying creature.


Mermaid Summer, The  (Hamish Hamilton, 1988.)


                Not seen.


Patrick Kentigen Keegan  (?, 1964.  ?, 1965, Magic Carpet, 1997, as The Smartest Man in Ireland.)


                A man matches wits with the fairies.


Smartest Man in Ireland, The.  (See Patrick Kentigen Keegan.)


Stranger Came Ashore, A  (Fitzhenry, 1975, Hamilton, 1975, Harper Trophy, 1977.)


                The apparent sole survivor of a shipwreck takes refuge among a family, one of whom suspects that the visitor is not what he seems but rather a member of the Selkie race.


Thirteenth Member, The  (Harper & Row, 1971, Avon, 1972.)


                A novel of 16th Century Scotland when a coven of occult practitioners becomes involved in a plot to assassinate the King of England.


Thomas and the Warlock  (Blackie, 1967.)


                Not seen.


Walking Stones, The  (Harper & Row, 1970, Harper Trophy, 1970, Magic Carpet, 1996.  Blackie, 1970, as The Bodach.)


                A hydroelectric project is nearing completion when a young boy learns from an elderly man that it will drown a circle of magical standing stones if completed, with unpredictable consequences for people in the area.




Frantic Phantom and Other Incredible Stories, The  (Bodley Head, 1973, Puffin, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Home-Made Dragon and Other Incredible Stories, The  (Bodley Head, 1971, Puffin, 1974.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


HUNTINGTON, GEOFFREY  (Pseudonym of William J. Mann.)


Demon Witch  (Regan, 2003.)


Ravenscliff #2.


                A teenager battles a succubus.


Sorcerers of the Nightwing  (HarperCollins, 2002.)


Ravenscliff #1.


                Young adult novel about a boy living in a spooky house.




Broken Heavens, The (Angry Robot, 2017.)


Worldbreaker #3.


A magical land is conquered by invaders from a parallel world.


Empire Ascendant (Angry Robot, 2015.)


Worldbreaker #2.




God's War  (Night Shade, 2011.)


Bel Dame #1.


Soldiers and magicians fight in an enigmatic war.


Infidel  (Night Shade, 2011.)


Bel Dame #2.


An assassin comes out of retirement.


Rapture (Night Shade, 2012.)


Worldbreaker (Angry Robot, 2014.)


Worldbreaker #1.






Duskfall (Titan, 2016.)


Chaos Queen #1.






Black Bottle  (Tor, 2012.)


Isca #2.


More plotting in a steam driven fantasy world.


Last Page, The  (Tor, 2010.)


Isca #1


Conspiracies in a standard fantasy world.




Distant Echo, A  (Love Spell, 1996.)


                Two treasure hunters are thrown back through time to the last century where they find love in the form of two female outlaws.


Now and Then  (Leisure, 1994.)


A magical crop circle sends a woman back through time in search of love.  A romance novel.


HUXLEY, ALDOUS  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Time Must Have a Stop  (Harper, 1944, Chatto & Windus, 1944, Berkley, 1957.)


                Marginal work part of which involves a disembodied spirit trying to communicate with the living.




Shadowlight  (DAW, 1989.)


                A woman who has the magical powers of each of two opposed races tries to form an alliance between the two enemies in the face of an even more menacing invasion from a third party.  Legions of zombies make things more complicated.