Last updated 9/8/22


KADREY, RICHARD (Also writes Horror.)


Everything Box, The (Harper, 2016.)


Coop #1.


A magical doomsday machine.


Grand Dark, The  (Harper, 2019.)


Adventures in a fantasy city after a war.






Soldier (Harlequin, 2016.)


Talon #3.






Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom  (Ballantine, 1984, Sphere, 1984, based on the screenplay by Willard Huyck, Gloria Katz, and George Lucas.)


An Indiana Jones novel.


                Jones ends up in India where he runs afoul of a secret cult of devil worshippers with genuine powers who have enslaved the local children to work in their mine.  After nearly losing his life, Jones breaks free, causes a revolt, and saves the day.


KALLMAKER, KARIN  (Book indicates "writing as Laura Adams", but there is no indication of another edition.)


Dawning, The  (Naiad, 1999.)


                A woman discovers she has the power to change the past, and hence her future, when she encounters a woman whom she knows to have died in an accident,




Flickering Shadows  (Coffee House, 1996.)


                Various people try to exploit a newly independent island nation, but a voice from the spirit world intervenes to protect its native land.




Amazons of Somelon, The  (Leisure, 1981.)


                A barbarian race has conquered most of her land, but the protagonist risks everything when they kidnap her lover, and calls upon the fighting spirit of her amazon kinfolk.




In Between Dragons  (Bantam, 1990.)


                Episodic, comic adventure about a magical library, each book of which can literally transport the reader into the world it describes.


KANE, GIL  (See collaboration with John Jakes.)




Simply Magic  (St Martins, 1999.)


                A destitute woman and a federal marshal find themselves drawn together in the Old West when a mysterious tinker starts granting their wishes.


This Time for Keeps  (St Martins, 1998.)


                A time travel romance involving reincarnation.


When the Halo Falls  (St Martins, 2002.)


                An angel comes to Earth and has amnesia.


Wish Upon a Cowboy (St Martins, 2000.)


                A community of witches sends one of their number to marry a western witch, a man who doesn't know he has magical powers.  United they will be able to stand against an evil warlock who is menacing the hidden community.




Arrowland  (Abaddon, 2010.)

An Afterblight Chronicles novel.


A futuristic Robin Hood in an England where magic has returned strives to overcome supernatural dangers.




Hands of Glory  (Del Rey, 1981.)


Sword #2.


The spirit of a prehistoric shaman has taken up residence in a sword, using his magic to turn every wielder into a ravening berserker.  An alchemist recognizes the sword's power and seeks to divert the magic for other purposes.


Seeking Sword, The  (Ballantine, 1977.)


Sword #1.


A series of murders is linked to an ancient sword.  An investigator traces the history of the weapon back through time and discovers that it is magically occupied by a magician from the dawn of history.




Sex Life of Ulysses, The  (Calga, 1971.)


                Pornography involving the Greek gods and goddesses.




Immortal Sea (Berkley, 2010.)


Children of Sea #4.


Romance involving merpeople.


Sea Fever  (Berkley, 2008.)


Children of Sea #2.


Romance between a human and a merman.


Sea Lord  (Berkley, 2009.)


Children of the Sea #3.


A woman and her merman lover face turbulence in their relationship.


Sea Witch  (Berkley, 2008.)


Children of Sea #1.


Romance about a shapeshifter from the sea.




Children of Fire (Del Rey, 2014.)


Chaos Born #1.




Scorched Earth, The (Del Rey, 2014.)


Chaos Born #2.


Four teens must save a fantasy world.


Temple Hill  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                A young woman and her bodyguard fun into trouble when they irritate the local thieves' guild.


Throne of Bhaal  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                Someone is killing the children of Bhaal and absorbing their power.


KARR, PHYLLIS ANN  (Also writes as Irene Radford, C.F. Bentley, and P.R. Frost.)


At Amberleaf Fair  (Ace, 1986, Wildside, 2002.)


                In the middle of a medieval style fair in a fantasy world, a series of crimes is committed , and Torin the Toymaker seems to be the prime suspect in every case.  To clear his name, he solves the crimes himself and brings the real criminals to justice.


Follies of Sir Harald, The  (Green Knight, 2001.)


                The humorous misadventures of a would be evil knight during the reign of King Arthur.


Frostflower and Thorn   (Berkley, 1980, Wildside, 2002.)


Frostflower #1.


                A warrior and a sorceress, both outlawed by the local priesthood, fall in love while trying to escape together and have various adventures outwitting and outrunning their adversaries.


Frostflower and Windbourne  (Berkley, 1982, Wildside, 2002.)


Frostflower #2.


                A sorceress enlists the aid of her warrior friend to help save the reputation of a fellow sorceress accused of murder.


Gallows in the Greenwood, The  (Wildside, 2002.)




Idylls of the Queen  (Ace, 1982, Wildside, 2002.)


                A knight is murdered in Camelot and all the evidence points to Queen Guinevere, so an investigation is undertaken to find the real guilty party before King Arthur is forced to have her put to death for the crime.


Wildraith’s Last Battle  (Ace, 1982.)


                A warrior teams up with a goddess who has been cursed with mortality for a series of rousing adventures.




Blades of the Old Empire (Angry Robot, 2014.)


Majat #1.




First Sword, The  (Wildside, 2012.)




Guild of Assassins, The (Angry Robot, 2014.)


Majat #2.




Mistress of the Solstice  (Dragonwell, 2013.)


A primitive culture debates the value of human sacrifice.


Princess of Dhagabad, The  (Herodias, 2000, Dragonwell, 2012.)


Spirits of Ancient Sands #1.


Arabian nights style fantasy.





Magic Elizabeth  (Viking, 1966, Scholastic, 1974, Harper Trophy, 1999.)


                A young girl finds a magic doll.  For younger readers.




Animals’ Conference, The  (?, 1953.)


                Political satire using animals as stand ins for people.




Borders of Life, The  (Roc, 1999.)


                An elderly woman returns to her abandoned ancestral home in rural Mississippi to wait for death.  There she has an encounter with a mysterious figure who allows her to see a vision of the world beyond life, which alters her perception of our world as well.




Come Like Shadows  (Penguin, 1993, Coteau, 2000.)


                A youngster traveling with a theater company discovers that an magical force from the past is using a mirror to attack people in the present.


Prophecy of Tau Ridoo, The  (Tree Frog, 1982.)


                Not seen.


Sun God, Moon Witch  (?, 1986.)


                Not seen.


Third Magic, The  (McElderry, 1988.)


                Young readers book about a girl transported to an alien planet where magic works, and where she discovers that the magic of Earth may be instrumental in ending an ancient war.




Mask of Ollock, The  (Arx, 2001.)


                A book length epic fantasy poem.




Legend MacKinnon, The  (Bantam, 1999.)


                Time travel romance about three modern women and their affects on the lives of a cursed Scottish clan.


Legend of the Sorcerer  (Bantam, 2000.)


                Marginal romantic suspense about a fantasy writer who runs afoul of a nut who has some genuine magical talent.


Your Wish Is My Command  (Bantam, 2001.)


                Romance novel in which a woman awakens a genie who eventually satisfies her desires.


KAUFMANN, NICHOLAS (Also writes Horror.)


Die and Stay Dead (St Martins, 2014.)


Trent #2.


Urban fantasy.


Dying Is My Business (St Martins, 2013.)


Trent #1.


Urban fantasy about a man who cannot die.




Darby O'Gill  (?, 1903, Tor, 2006.)


                A man encounters leprechauns.  Tor edition has modified, modernized text.




Children of Earth and Sky (NAL, 2016.)


An alternate past in which a khalif threatens to invade Europe.


Darkest Road, The  (Arbor House, 1986, Collins, 1986, Unwin, 1987, Roc, 1992.)


Fionavar #3.


                The final battle between the forces of good and the forces of evil as a world sentenced to eternal winter struggles to escape.


Last Light of the Sun, The  (Roc, 2004.)


                A Norse fantasy in which an exiled family encounters various other cultures and discovers that each has been touched by the supernatural.


Lions of Al-Rassan, The  (Harper, 1995.)


                Marginal fantasy elements in this story of the rise of a new, powerful politician within the decadent hierarchy of a primitive empire.


Lord of Emperors  (Harper, 2000, Earthlight, 2000.)


Sarantine #2.


                A talented artisan’s life grows complicated when the emperor who employs him plots against the artist’s homeland, and the young woman who rules it.


River of Stars  (Roc, 2013.)


Factional fighting in a magical empire.


Sailing to Sarantium  (Harper, 1999, Earthlight, 1999.)


Sarantine #1.


                An emperor decides to build an enormous edifice to symbolize his domination of a vast empire.  He summons an architect from a distant city who finds his life changed unalterably by an encounter with a mythical creature and immersion in the politics of the government.


Sarantine Mosaic, The  (?)


                Omnibus of Sailing to Byzantium and Lord of Emperors.


Song for Arbonne, A  (Crown, 1992, Viking, 1992, Harper, 1992, Roc, 1994, Orbit, ?)


                Complex story involving the rivalry between two nations, one male dominated, the other ruled by women, and the adventures of a warrior who becomes involved in the politics of a country which is subsequently invaded by his own people.


Summer Tree, The  (McClelland & Stewart, 1984, (Arbor House, 1985, Unwin,1985, Berkley, 1986, Orbit, ?)


Fionavar #1.


                An evil force is exerting its influence on the living, moving two nations towards war.


Tigana  (Viking, 1990, Roc, 1991.)


                The story of a people conquered by an external force that used black magic and which now forbids so much as the name of the former country.  But after years of subjugation, the subject race is preparing to rebel against their masters.


Under Heaven  (Roc, 2010.)


The gift of horses to a man who watches over the dead leads to trouble.


Wandering Fire, The  (Arbor House, 1986, Collins, 1986, Unwin, 1986, Ace, 1987.)


Fionavar #2.


                An evil wizard has brought perpetual winter to the world as part of his plan to seize control, but now a small group of people have decided to oppose him, despite the staggering odds against their success.


Ysabel  (Roc, 2007.)


                A visit to a cathedral uncovers a magical secret.


KAY, KAREN  (Pseudonym of Karen Kay Elstner-Bailey.)


Spirit of the Wolf, The  (Berkley, 2006.)


                An ancient Indian tribe offends the Thunder God.


KAY, LINDA  (Pseudonym of Linda Kay West.)


To Tame a Rogue  (Kensington, 2001.)


                A woman travels back to Regency England, finds romance, and solves a mystery.




Somewhere Over the Orgy  (Beeline, 1981.)


                Pornographic spoof of the Wizard of Oz.




Amorous Umbrella, The  (Doubleday, 1981.)


Umbrella #2.


                Episodic adventures of a man with a magical umbrella that transports him physically into fictional worlds where he interacts with the characters.


Incredible Umbrella, The  (Dell, 1980, Doubleday, 1980.)


Umbrella #1.


                Collection of related stories about a magic umbrella that can take people to other worlds.


Possession of Immanuel Wolf and Other Improbable Tales, The  (Doubleday, 1981.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Rape of the Red Witch  (Hustler, 1980.)


                Pornography about two people from our world in a fairyland of sex.


KEARNEY, PAUL  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Century of the Soldier  (Solaris, 2010.)


Omnibus of The Iron Wars, The Second Empire, and Ships from the West.


Corvus  (Solaris, 2010.)


Corvus #2.


A charismatic leader recruits a mercenary to help him rule a fantasy realm.


Different Kingdom, A  (Gollancz, 1993, Solaris, 2014.)


                A man from our world journeys into a magical universe to rescue his missing cousin, becomes accepted as a member of the warrior culture he finds there.


Forsaken Earth, This  (Bantam, 2006.)


Sea Beggars #2.


                A sea raider gives up his ship for the woman he loves, but finds his path more turbulent than ever.


Hawkwood and the Kings  (Solaris, 2010.)


Omnibus of Hawkwood's Voyage and The Heretic Kings.


Hawkwood’s Voyage  (HarperCollins, 1996, Ace, 2002.)


Monarchies of God #1.


                As his nation crumbles before foreign invaders and internal dissension, an adventurer leads an expedition in search of the secrets of a lost civilization.


Heretic Kings, The  (Gollancz, 1996, Ace, 2002.)


Monarchies of God  #2.


                War and the nastiness of an inquisition threaten a kingdom while the protagonist goes off on an expedition to find the source of a new type of magic.


Iron Wars, The  (Gollancz, 1997, Millennium, 2000, Ace, 2002.)


Monarchies of God #3.


                Although the repressive theocracy has been overthrown, the heroes of the revolt are all in weakened straits and unable to deal with the chaos that follows, so two women step in to bring the warring factions together.


Kings of Morning (Solaris, 2012.)


Macht #3.


An ambitious young ruler plans to invade an empire.


Mark of Ran, The  (Ace, 2005.)


Sea Beggars #1.


                A man with the blood of a superhuman race in his veins undertakes a perilous journey.


Riding the Unicorn  (Gollancz, 1994.)


                A prison guard stumbles into a magical parallel world and has a series of adventures.


Second Empire, The  (Gollancz, 2000, Millennium, 2001, Ace, 2001.)


Monarchies of God #4.


                The Ramusian church has come close to restoring order over all of the land of Normannia, but even as they approach the final rebel encampments, a new threat rises in the form of a mysterious presence aboard an exploratory ship recently returned from distant lands.


Ships from the West  (Gollancz, 2002, Ace, 2003.)


Monarchies of God #5.


                A sailor travels to a remote part of the world seeking a legendary land most believe to be mythical.


Ten Thousand, The  (Solaris, 2008.)


Macht #1.


A mercenary army finds itself trapped.


Way to Babylon, The  (Gollancz, 1992.)


                A fantasy writer finds himself visiting his own fantasy creation, and searches that realm for a manifestation of his dead wife, although without success.


Wolf in the Attic, The (Solaris, 2016.)






Shadowy Horses, The  (Jove, 1999.)


                Not seen.




In a Time of Treason  (Tor, 2008.)


Durand Col #2.


Fresh civil war breaks out in a magical kingdom.


In the Eye of Heaven  (Tor, 2006.)


Durand Col #1.


                A young man ventures out of his home village to seek his fortune in a fantasy world.


King in Cobwebs, A (Tor, 2018.)


Durand Col #3.


The final battle to secure the future of a magical kingdom.




Waffled  (Secret Canyon Press, 1997.)


                A fisherman samples some hallucinative mushrooms and finds himself cut loose among various times and universes.  There he discovers that he has powerful enemies as well as friends.




Last Chance in France  (Random House, 2000.)


Hannah and Angels #8.


                The girl chosen by angels tracks down art thieves in France.


Mardi Gras Mix-Up  (Random House, 1999.)


Hannah and Angels #6.


                Not seen.


Mexican Treasure House  (Random House, 1998.)


Hannah and Angels #3.


                Not seen.


Missing Piece in Greece  (Random House, 2000.)


Hannah and Angels #9.


                A teen and her angelic friends helps a young gymnast who has some mysterious enemies who are trying to prevent him from participating in the Olympics.


Mission Down Under  (Random House, 1998.)


Hannah and Angels #1.


                Not seen.


Notes from Blue Mountain  (Random House, 1998.)


Hannah and Angels #4.


                Not seen.


Panda-monium in China  (Random House, 2000.)


Hannah and Angels #10.


                Hannah and her angelic friends must rescue a kidnapped panda.


Saving Uncle Sean  (Random House, 1999.)


Hannah and Angels #5.


                Not seen.


Searching for Lulu   (Random House, 1998.)


Hannah and Angels #2.


                Not seen.


Trouble on Ice  (Random House, 1999.)


Hannah and Angels #7.


                Not seen.


KELLEHER, ANNE  (See also Anne Kelleher Bush.)


Ghost and Katie Coyle, The  (Jove, 1999.)


                A writer encounters the ghost of a pirate.


Love’s Labyrinth  (Jove, 2000.)


                Two female tourists wander through a maze in the present and find themselves back in the time of Elizabeth I.  A romance novel.


Once and Future Love, A  (Jove, 1998.)


                A man from our time falls asleep in a castle and awakens in the 13th Century, occupying the body of a cruel ancestor whose misdeeds he sets about to reverse.


Silver's Bane  (Luna, 2005.)


Silver #2.


                War threatens to erupt between humans and fairies and engulf two worlds, but three powerful women take a hand at changing things.


Silver's Edge  (Luna, 2004.)


Silver #1.


                Three very different women combine to protect their land from a magical menace.


Silver’s Lure  (Luna, 2006.)


Silver #3.


                A major battle looms between the women who defend the world and their supernatural enemies.




Brother Night  (MacRae, 1990, Walker, 1991.)


                Twins battle one another in a world of magic.  For younger readers.


Forbidden Paths of Thual  (Puffin, 1979, Kestrel, 1979.)


                A young boy is sent on a mission to enlist magical help to protect his village from brutal invaders from the sea.


Hunting of Shadroth, The  (Kestrel, 1991, Puffin, 1992.)


                Although he has long been shunned because of his unusual powers, the protagonist finds his position changed when his abilities seem to be the only way to protect his clan from a powerful evil force.


Master of the Grove  (Kestrel, 1982, Puffin, 1983.)


                A young boy goes looking for his missing father and gets caught in the middle of a war involving sorcery as well as more traditional weapons.  For younger readers.


Red King, The  (Dial, 1989, Kestrel, 1989.)


                Rebellion against the rule of an evil sorcerer from the point of view of a young man enslaved by his magic.




Eternal Conflict, The  (Prime, 1940.)


                A goddess creates a series of world in each of which she experiments with the inhabitants.


Homunculus, The  (Prime, 1949.)


                The protagonist successfully creates an infant spontaneously despite the outrage and opposition of the outside world.


Last Magician, The  (PDA, 1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sign of the Burning Hart, The  (National Fantasy Fan, 1948.)


                Collection of related stories.




Corner in Sleep and Other Possibilities, A  (Jarrolds, 1900.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Pack Rat  (Bruce,1942.)


                Not seen.




Double Dating with the Dead  (Kensington, 2007.)


Low key contemporary ghost story.




Face That Launched a Thousand Ships, The  (?, 1941.)


                Not seen.


I Found Cleopatra  (Export Publishing, 1946, Fax, 1977.)


                Lost world fantasy involved the search for Cleopatra’s tomb, monsters, eternal life, and other wonders.


Tapestry Triangle  (?, 1946.)


                Not seen.




Book of Air, The  (DAW, 2003.)


Dragon Quartet #4.


                The series concludes with the discovery of the last source of magic in a fabled land.


Book of Earth, The  (DAW, 1995.)


Dragon Quartet #1.


                An imbalance among the four supernatural dragons set to watch over the world threatens to destroy it, so a young girl teams up with one of these beings in an attempt to track down a fabled magician who may be able to restore order.


Book of Fire, The  (DAW, 2000.)


Dragon Quartet #3.


                Two young people plucked out of time find themselves in a future world where magical dragons dominate reality.  The power balance among the dragons has been disrupted, and it is up to the humans to find a way to restore the status quo or witness the end of the world.


Book of Water, The  (DAW, 1997.)


Dragon Quartet #2.


                A human and a dragon travel from the distant past to the near future to meet with the second of four supernatural beings responsible for maintaining the Earth, in a quest to reverse the damage to the environment and save the world.


Dragon Quartet 1, The  (DAW, 2005.)


                Omnibus of The Book of Earth and The Book of Water.


Dragon Quartet 2, The  (DAW, 2006.)


                Omnibus of The Book of Fire and The Book of Air.




Baalbak Quest, The  (Carousel, 1980.)


Killstar #1.


                A barbarian warrior outraces an army and the manifestations of an evil sorcerer to gain control of a mystical book and keep it from falling into the hands of his enemies.


Tower of Despair  (Carousel, 1980.)


Killstar #2.


                The barbarian hero travels through a magical gate to another land menaced by evil, rescues the fair maiden, foils the foul villain, chops off limbs and heads at every opportunity.




Prince Izon  (McClurg, 1910.)


                An Aztec civilization is discovered living secretly in the Grand Canyon.  The battle between them and another city state involves black magic and other fantastic elements.




Mad and Bad Fairies  (Attic, 1987.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Scorpions, The  (Doubleday, 1967.)


                Odd novel about a psychiatrist, one of whose patients may be communicating with people not visible to the rest of us.  Marginal.




Curiosity Thrilled the Cat  (Obsidian, 2011.)


Magical Cats #1.


Magical cats solve a murder.




Amberlight  (Juno, 2007.)


Intrigue in a matriarchal society.


Everran's Bane  (Five Star, 2005.)


Rihannar #1.


                A magical land is menaced by a dangerous dragon.


Moving Water, The  (Five Star, ?)


Rihannar #2




Red Country, The  (Five Star, 2008.)


Rihannar #3.


A change of ruler leads to chaos in a magicla land.




Firebrand, The  (Amber Quill, 2004.)


House of Pendragon #1.


                A slave girl in a medieval fantasy kingdom discovers her own inner strength.


KEMP, PAUL S.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Conversation in Blood, A (Del Rey, 2017.)


Dawn of Night  (Wizards of the Coast, 2004.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                A sorcerer and his friends must decide whether or not to trust a god.


Discourse in Steel (Angry Robot, 2013.)




Godborn  (Wizards of the Coast, 2012.)




Midnight's Mask  (Wizards of the Coast, 2005.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                A man chosen by the gods finds that it is not a blessing.


Resurrection  (Wizards of the Coast, 2006.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


                Various parties attempt to destroy the magical Spider Queen.


Shadowbred  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.


Political intrigue in a magical war.


Shadowrealm  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.




Shadowstorm  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.




Shadow’s Witness  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Forgotten Realms Sembia novel.


                A family retainer who leads a second life as a thief and who has secret ties to the world of the supernatural endangers his employers when those connections suddenly become a source of terrifying activity.


Twilight Falling






Malacca Cane, The  (Duckworth, 1954.)


                Not seen.




Firelings, The  (Bodley Head, 1981, Atheneum, 1983.)


                Unusual fantasy about a quest to find an escape the oppressive requirements of periodic sacrifice to a mysterious entity.


Gammage Cup, The  (Harcourt, 1959, Voyager, ?  Dent, 1960, as The Minnipins.)


Minnipins #1.


                Young readers’ fantasy about a group of dissenters who leave a community to set up their own, then discover that an enemy is about to attack their former home.  With the aid of a magic sword, they save the day and are reinstated in the good graces of their friends.


Minnipins, The.  (See The Gammage Cup.)


Whisper of Glocken, The  (Harcourt, 1965.)


Minnipins #2.


                The land of the Minnipins is plagued by a series of disasters that threaten entire villages.  The heroes who saved the day in the previous book are too old for fresh adventures, so they recruit a group of newcomers to battle the forces of evil in their stead.




Dungeons of Darkness  (TSR, 1984.)


                Multi-path gamebook.


Under Dragon's Wing  (TSR, 1984.)


An Endless Quest book.


Multi-path gamebook involving a nasty wizard and a dragon.


KENDALL, MAY  (See collaboration with Andrew Lang.)




Blood Red, Sister Rose  (Collins, 1974.)


                Not seen.




Blackmantle  (Harper, 1997.)


Keltiad #7.


                More court intrigue as an alien race takes advantage of the power vacuum among humans to move into their portion of the universe.


Copper Crown, The  (Bluejay, 1984, Signet, 1986, Grafton, 1986, Harper, ?)


Keltiad #1.


                In the time of King Arthur, the Celts traveled to the stars and settled on other worlds.  On the brink of war with two powerful empires, the descendants of the immigrants contact a ship from Earth and prepare to forge an alliance of technology and magic.


Deer's Cry, The  (Harper, 1998.)


Keltiad #8.


                A retrospective look to when the Celts left Ireland in spaceships and colonized the stars in a universe where magic works.


Hawk’s Gray Feather, The  (Roc, 1990, Grafton, 1992, Harper, ?)


Keltiad #4.


                Rivalry between the various houses of the Celts who emigrated to the stars in the time of King Arthur come to a head as a determined and resourceful young man plots vengeance against his enemies.


Hedge of Mist, The  (Harper, 1996.)


Keltiad #6.


                The grail quest retold in space among the descendants of Celts who magically migrated to the stars.


Oak Above the Kings, The  (Roc, 1994, Harper, 1994.)


Keltiad #5.


                The saga of King Arthur, complete with magic, but set on another world.


Silver Branch, The  (NAL, 1988, Signet, 1989, Grafton, 1991, Harper, ?)


Keltiad #3.


                A powerful sorceress gathers her powers, which include the ability to move the stars themselves, in preparation for an attack from interstellar space.


Throne of Scone, The  (Bluejay, 1986, Signet, 1987, Grafton, 1987, Harper, ?)


Keltiad #2.


                As an interstellar war seems inevitable, a sorceress travels among the stars seeking the lost treasures of King Arthur, possession of which may give her additional powers that will come in handy if it comes to open conflict.




Hercules and the Geek of Greece  (Jay, 1999.)


A Hercules novel.


                Hercules is saddled with a nerdish sidekick as he sets out to track down the culprit responsible for stealing the queen’s magic crown.


Xena and the Magic Arrow of Myx  (Jay, 1999.)


A Xena novel.


                The female warrior is menaced by a magical arrow that won’t ever stop flying until it strikes her.




Mark of the Tala, The (Kensington, 2014.)


12 Kingdoms #1.




Talon of the Hawk, The (Kensington, 2015.)


12 Kingdoms #3.




Tears of the Rose, The (Kensington, 2014.)


12 Kingdoms #2.






Blue Stone, The  (?, 1976.)


                A magical stone turns people into animals.


Come Again in the Spring  (?, 1977.)


                A man negotiates an extension of his life with death personified.




Book of Angels, The  (Wordcraft of Oregon, 1997.)


                Odd contemporary fantasy about a man who uses magic for sinister purposes, until he is opposed by an ordinary mortal.


Unreal City  (Wordcraft of Oregon, 1993.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Owlstone Crown, The  (Atheneum, 1983, Troll, 1985.)


                Children’s book about two kids who think they’re orphans until they discover their parents are still alive but held prisoner in a magical other world.  So they’re stuck having to go rescue them.


KENNER, JULIE  (Also writes Horror.)


Aphrodite's Flame  (Lovespell, 2004.)


Aphrodite #3.


                In a fictional country, a woman with magical powers is skeptical about the reform of a villain.


Aphrodite's Kiss  (Lovespell, 2001.)


Aphrodite #1.


                A woman part of a secret group with magical superpowers goes through a crisis and falls in love with a mortal.


Aphrodite's Secret  (Love Spell, 2003.)


Aphrodite #2.




Tainted  (Ace, 2009.)


Blood Lily #1.


A woman is reborn in a new body after agreeing to fight evil to atone for her sins.


Torn  (Ace, 2009.)


Blood Lily #2.


A woman infiltrates a group dominated by demons.


Turned  (Ace, 2010.)


Blood Lily #3.


An alliance of human and inhuman creatures battles to keep a demonic gateway from opening.


KENNEY, DOUGLAS C.  (See collaboration with Henry N. Beard.)




Born to Run  (Roc, 2005.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                Intrigue and adventure in a future dominated by megacorporations, but where magic works.


Burning Time, The  (Roc, 2001.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                A computer expert runs into trouble with anti-elf terrorists while on what was supposed to be a routine business trip.


Crossroads  (Roc, 1999.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                A streetwise kid in a world where magic and science co-exist finds himself caught between gangs of hoodlums and unscrupulous corporate goons.


Fallen Angels  (Roc, 2006.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                A young woman with magical powers seeks to find the truth about her mother.


Poison Agendas  (Roc, 2006.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                In a future when magic has returned to the world, a secret military weapons cache becomes a great treasure.


Technobabel  (Roc, 1998.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                The protagonist wakes up with his memories erased, and in order to find out what happened to him, he must find a way to outsmart the security system of a megacorporation that mixes high technology with magic.




Make Me Disappear  (Royal Fireworks, ?)


                Children’s book about a boy with magical powers that let him visit the world where things go when they disappear from ours.




Summervale  (Constable, 1935.)


                A man is transformed into a dog.


KENYON, NATE  (Also writes Horror.)


Order, The (Pocket, 2012.)


A Diablo novel.




KENYON, SHERRILYN  (See also Kinley MacGregory.  Also writes Horror.)


Born of Fire  (St Martins, 2009.)


League #2.


An old mystery has complications in a magical world.


Born of Fury (St Martins, 2014.)


League #4.




Born of Ice (St Martins, 2010.)


League #3.


A frustrated league member decides to work on her own.


Born of Night  (St Martins, 2009.)


League #1.


Mixed allegiances and romance in a fantastic world.


Born of Shadows (Grand Central, 2011.)


League #4.


Intrigue in a magical realm.


Daemon's Angel  (Leisure, 1995.)


An angel is confined to a mortal body by a sorceress and discovers human love.


Fantasy Lover  (St Martins, 2002.)


                Greek gods and other magical creatures are imprisoned in a book.


In Other Worlds  (Berkley, 2010.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Invision (St Martins, 2016.)


Nick #1.




Time Untime  (St Martins, 2012.)




KERBY, SUSAN ALICE  (Pseudonym of Alice Burton.)


Miss Carter and the Ifrit  (Hutchinson, 1945.)


                A woman discovers a friendly spirit who helps her with a love affair.


Mr. Kronion  (Werner Laurie, 1949.)


                A Greek god takes up residence in a small British town.




Alchemist's Daughter, The  (Thistledown, 2005.)


                Alchemy and politics in 16th Century England.


Dance of the Snow Dragon  (Thistledown, 1995.)


                Eighteenth Century Bhutan is the setting for this mystical adventure story about a magical land hidden in the mountains.


Journey to Aprilioth  (Ace, 1980.)


Old Gods #1.


                A people are harried by the Old Gods, who capriciously cause natural disasters that threaten human civilization.  A heroic figure arises to take a dangerous quest to find the one who may have the power to bind the Old Gods forever.


Sarsen Witch, The  (Ace, 1989, Juno, 2007.)


Old Gods #3.


                An unprepossessing child rises from slavery, masters the powers of witchcraft, and ultimately is the focus of the force that will prevent the Old Gods from ruling the world once again.


Snow Queen, The  (Thistledown, 2000.)


                A retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale about a group of young people who outwit the evil Snow Queen.


Songs from the Drowned Lands  (Ace, 1983.)


Old Gods #2.


                Although the Old Gods have been confined to their own realm, there are those among the human population who hope to free them and profit from the chaos that will follow.




Book of Strange Sins, A  (Ward Lock, 1894, Artemus, 1895.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Dead Man’s Diary, Written After His Decease, A  (Ward Lock, 1890.)


                Not seen.


Visions  (Hodder, 1905.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Lesser Kindred, The  (Tor, 2000.)


Kaelar #2.


                A woman married to a weredragon discovers that she has not yet eluded the forces of evil who pursued her before she left for the land of the dragons.


Redeeming the Lost  (Tor, 2004.)


Kaelar #3.


                The powerful dragons that once ruled the world return to find that humans have made a mess of things.


Song in the Silence  (Tor, 1997, Starscape, 2003.)


Kaelar #1.


                A woman who has spent much of her youth being reviled because of her independent spirit sets out to find a legendary dragon rather than conform to the mundane future that has been planned for her.




Dr Sax  (?, 1959, Black Cat, 1975.)


                Surrealistic novel about a tormented man whose dreams are haunted by creatures and monsters that may or may not be real.


KERR, KATHARINE  (See also collaboration which follows.  Note that the Dragon Mage and Silver Wyrm series are set in the same world as the Deverry novels.)


Apocalypse to Go  (DAW, 2012.)


Nola O'Grady #3.


Urban fantasy.


Black Raven, The  (HarperCollins, 1998, Bantam, 1999.)


Dragon Mage #2.


                A sorceress and a hero have been at odds through many incarnations.  Now she plots his destruction, and attracts the attention of his guardian dragon and other inhuman forces in a conflict that could destroy an entire city.


Bristling Wood, The  (Doubleday, 1989, Bantam, 1990.  Grafton, 1989, as Dawnspell: The Bristling Wood.)


Deverry #3.


                An ageless sorcerer discovers that the tension that has split his land and which seems headed inevitably toward war is inspired by several gods who view the human race as playing pieces in an elaborate game.


Daggerspell  (Doubleday, 1986, Del Rey, 1987, Grafton, 1988, HarperCollins, 1996.)


Deverry #1.


                Through poor judgment, a man causes the death of three people he loves, and is cursed by the gods to roam the Earth without dying until he can redeem himself with their reincarnations.  Unfortunately, he has continual problems succeeding in his quest.


Darkspell  (Doubleday, 1987, Grafton, 1988, Del Rey, 1989, HarperCollins, 1996.)


Deverry #2.


                An undying hero tries once again to right an old wrong, but the gods themselves have other plans for those he attempts to aid, and he finds himself faced with insuperable odds once again.


Dawnspell: The Bristling Wood.  (See The Bristling Wood.)


Dawnspell: The Southern Sea.  (See The Dragon Revenant.)


Days of Air and Darkness  (Bantam, 1994.  Harper, 1994, as A Time of Justice.)


Deverry #8.


                The siege of a mighty fortress community is being caused by a goddess determined to prevent the birth of a child who is destined to fulfill an ancient prophecy.  A sorceress and her friends rally to the side of the imminent child’s mother to ensure that the predictions come true.


Days of Blood and Fire  (Bantam, 1993.  Harper, 1993, as A Time of War.)


Deverry #7.


                A village boy is caught in the middle of a magical battle and must find a legendary berserker hero and enlist him in his cause if he and his people are to survive.


Dragon Revenant, The  (Doubleday, 1990, Bantam, 1991.  Grafton, 1990, as Dawnspell: The Southern Sea.)


Deverry #4.


                The kidnapping of a prominent noble threatens to precipitate a war, and an immortal wizard discovers that this is just the latest manifestation of an evil plot hatched by a sorcerer ages before.


Fire Dragon, The  (Bantam, 2001.)


Dragon Mage #3.


                Sorcery, revolution, elvish magic, and political intrigues as barbarians seek to rule a land fallen into chaos.


Gold Falcon, The  (DAW, 2006.)


Silver Wyrm #1.


                Plague and the ravages of outside armies threaten the future of Deverry yet again.


License to Ensorcell  (DAW, 2011.)


Nola O'Grady #1.


A psychic detective hunts a man who murders werewolves.


Love on the Run (DAW, 2012.)


Nola O'Grady #3.




Red Wyvern, The  (Bantam, 1997, HarperCollins, 1997.)


Dragon Mage #1.


In a series set before the Deverry novels, that land is ravaged by civil war and several people struggle to survive and make new lives for themselves despite the carnage and destruction.


Shadow Isle, The  (DAW, 2008.)


Silver Wyrm #3.


The fate of the world may result from clashes along the borders of a magical realm.


Spirit Stone, The  (DAW, 2007.)


Silver Wyrm #2.


Armies of humans and inhumans clash as the battle for Deverry continues.


Time of Exile, A  (Doubleday, 1991, Grafton, 1991.)


Deverry #5.


                The reluctant heir to an elven throne is finally reconciled to his duty and his fate through the intercession of friends, elven and otherwise, and their magical powers.


Time of Justice, A.  (See Days of Air and Darkness.)


Time of Omens, A  (Bantam, 1992, Harper, 1992.)


Deverry #6.


                Several characters seek their personal destinies as their world begins to march inexorably toward a major war.


Time of War, A.  (See Days of Blood and Fire.)


Water to Burn (DAW, 2011.)


Nola O'Grady #2.




KERR, P.B.   (Also writes Science Fiction as Philip Kerr.)


Akhenaten Adventure, The  (Orchard, 2005.)


Children of the Lamp #1.


A pair of twins discover that they are descended from djinn, can grant wishes, and have an adventure with the ghost of an ancient Egyptian ruler.


Blue Djinn of Babylon, The  (Orchard, 2006.)


Children of the Lamp #2.


A stolen magic book and a false accusation of cheating lead to further adventures of a pair of young djinn.


Cobra King of Kathmandu, The  (Orchard, 2007.)


Children of the Lamp #3.


Young djinn must solver a murder mystery.


Day of the Djinn Warriors, The (Orchard, 2007.)


Children of the Lamp #4.


Two children whose are descended from djinn battle animated statues.


Eye of the Forest, The  (Orchard, 2009.)


Children of the Lamp #5.


Twins battle a djinn.


Five Fakirs of Faizabad, The  (Orchard, 2010.)


Children of the Lamp #6.


Our two young protagonists battle another evil djinn and locate some ensorcelled sorcerors to save the world from a plague of bad luck.




Emerald House Rising  (Aspect, 1997.)


                A would be jewelry maker is magically transported to a besieged fortress where she discovers she possesses powerful magical abilities and that she is expected to change the course of the battle as well as the course of her life.




Babylonian Nights’ Entertainment  (Archer, 1934.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Gwen’s Christmas Ghost  (Zebra, 1995.)


                Romance about a woman who falls in love with a man who turns out to be a ghost.




King Arthur  (DK, 2000.)


                A retelling for younger readers.


KESSLER, JACKIE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Hell's Belles  (Zebra, 2007.)


Hell #1.




Hotter Than Hell  (Zebra, 2008.)


Hell #3.




Road to Hell, The  (Zebra, 2007.)


Hell #2.






Darkling, The  (Arkham House, 1982.)


                An adventurer teams up with inhuman creatures during his odyssey through a bizarre, frightening, and magical world of the future.




Magic Meadow, The  (Westminster, 1975.)


                Not seen.


Sword of Aradel, The  (Westminster, 1977.)


                Not seen.




Blackgod, The  (Del Rey, 1997, Orbit, 1998.)


River God #2.


                A young woman with magical powers tries to locate and deal with a mischievous god who may be able to free her from the fate she is doomed to suffer at the metaphysical hands of the river god.


Blood Knight, The  (Del Rey, 2006.)


Everon #3.


                The man who stole the throne has also unleashed dangerous magic.  The opposition finally gets its act together.


Born Queen, The  (Del Rey, 2008.)


Everon #4.


A kingdom descending into chaos is saved by a new leader.


Briar King, The  (Del Rey, 2003.)


Everon #1.


                The descendants of the Virginia Dare colony live in a magical world to which they have been abducted.


Calculus of Angels, A  (Del Rey, 1999.)


Age of Unreason #2.


                Supernatural creatures bring an asteroid to collide with Earth, but Isaac Newton and Ben Franklin are prepared to oppose them.  The author plays with various other aspects of human history as background.


Charnel Prince, The  (Del Rey, 2004.)


Everon #2.


                When the heir to the throne disappears, the queen's most trusted knight is sent to find her.


Empire of Unreason  (Del Rey, 2000.)


Age of Unreason #3.


                A new ice age is descending on North America and Europe is plagued with sorcerers and supernatural creatures.  Newton, Ben Franklin, Voltaire, and other historical figures team up in an attempt to restore some form of order on an increasingly chaotic world.


Hounds of Ash and Other Tales of Fool Wolf, The  (Edge, 2008.)


Collection of related stories.


Infernal City, The  (Del Rey, 2009.)


Elder Scrolls #1.


A floating city is in peril.


Newton’s Cannon  (Del Rey, 1998.)


Age of Unreason #1.


                Isaac Newton makes a radical discovery that changes the course of history by providing France with a revolutionary weapon that can make them a world power.  Ben Franklin is another major character in this innovative fantasy.


Shadows of God, The  (Del Rey, 2001.)


Age of Unreason #4.


                Ben Franklin and a shaman must pool their talents in order to thwart a female scientist who has wedded magic and technology.  Unless they succeed, Russia and England will conquer all of North America while Napoleon rules mainland Europe.


Waterborn  (Legend, 1996, Del Rey, 1996, Orbit, 1997.)


River God #1.


Members of a royal family have been known to disappear, events which are somehow connected to the powers of the River God who watches over the family.  A young noble decides to solve the mystery rather than become yet another victim.




Hocus-Pocus Dilemma, The  (Knopf, 1979, Apple, ?)


                Although she joked that her magical powers worked, a young girl finds things more complicated when it appears that she was telling the truth.




Stonekeeper, The  (Scholastic, ?)


Amulet #1.




Stonekeeper's Curse, The  (Scholastic, 2009.)


Amulet #2.


Young adult fantasy about a mysterious artifact.




Printer’s Devil, The  (Baen, 1995.)


                This novel alternates between the present and the 17th Century, as the curse of a long dead magician affects a man generations later, and his wife must explore the history of the family to find a way to free the man she loves.




Council of Blades, The  (TSR, 1996.)


A Forgotten Realms Nobles novel.


                A group of people struggle to survive in a medieval style world whose customs are being overthrown by the invention of new and more powerful weapons.


Descent into the Depths of the Earth  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Greyhawk novel.


                When his pixie companion is taken prisoner and spirited away underground, a hero must follow and battle hordes of monsters in order to rescue her.


Mus of Kerbridge  (TSR, 1995.)


                War is waged across the countryside using both explosives and magic.


Queen of the Demonweb Pits  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Greyhawk novel.


                The protector of the realm has his work cut out for him when an old enemy unleashes an army of malevolent creatures into his world.


Rats of Aconar, The  (Vision, 2000.)


                The rise of a new leader threatens to throw barbarian tribes into conflict.


White Plume Mountain  (Wizards of the Coast, 1999.)


A Greyhawk novel.


                Three unlikely companions caught in a war among various groups of priests seek three magical artifacts that could bring the battle to the end.  Their efforts are hampered by the interference of a non-human creature with its own agenda.


Whisper of Wings, A  (Vision, 1999.)


                War in a fantasy world.


KIDD, ROB  (Pseudonym of Liz Braswell.)


Age of Bronze, The  (Disney, ?)


Jack Sparrow #5.




City of Gold  (Disney, ?)


Jack Sparrow #7.




Coming Storm, The  (Disney, 2005.)


Jack Sparrow #1.




Dance of the Hours  (Disney, 2007.)


Jack Sparrow #9.


Jack protects a magical timepiece.


Pirate Chase, The  (Disney, 2005.)


Jack Sparrow #3.


                The pursuit of a magical sword continues.


Silver  (Disney, 2006.)


Jack Sparrow #6.




Sins of the Father  (Disney, 2007.)


Jack Sparrow #10.


The navy and the pirates both want the magical object Jack owns.


Siren Song, The  (Disney, 2005.)


Jack Sparrow #2.


                A mysterious music seduces the crew of Jack Sparrow's pirate ship.


Sword of Cortes, The  (Disney, 2005.)


Jack Sparrow #4.


                Ancient curses plague an attempt to find the sword of Cortes.


Timekeeper, The (Disney, 2006.)


Jack Sparrow #8.






Alice in Blunderland  (Acropolis, 1983.)


                Satiric sequel to Alice in Wonderland.




Charlatan, The  (Proteus, 1996, translated from the 1995 German edition by Amy Katherine Kile.)


                A novel based on the Realms of Arkania computer game.  A female warrior is unjustly accused and with a small group of friends escapes the plotters, travels through a dangerous land, and ultimately proves her innocense.




Hocus Pocus  (Scholastic, 2008.)


Famous magicians from the past teach tricks to a teenager.




Greenmagic  (Del Rey, 1992.)


Greenmagic #1.


                When the protagonist kills a noble to protect a woman, he is sentenced to slavery.  His penalty will be commuted, however, if he helps to undermine the government of a rival city.  This he sets out to do, after a fashion, for he has been apprised of his true destiny as well.


Redmagic  (Del Rey, 1995.)


Greenmagic #2.


                While on his honeymoon, a wizard discovers that his land is menaced by barbarian hordes from a far country who have conquered everything in their path, despite the use of magic to try to turn them back.




Leopard’s Daughter, The  (Questar, 1987.)


                A female warrior in a dangerous jungle sets out on a quest to avenge her wronged people, and must deal with goddesses, monsters, and human villains before reaching her goal.




Book of Shadows  (Ace, 1983.)


                Standard fare about a group of travelers who are forced to join forces on a quest to retrieve a magical harp before it falls into the hands of a malevolent supernatural being.




Billy Pink’s Private Detective Agency  (Methuen, 1993.)


                A ghost story.


Dark Hills, Hollow Clocks  ( Methuen, 1990.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Foxes of First Dark, The.  (See Hunter’s Moon: A Story of Foxes.)


Frost Dancers: A Story of Hares  (Harper, 1992.)


                A rabbit must learn to deal with an entirely new environment.


Highlander  (Grafton, 1986, Harper Voyager, 1996, based on the screenplay by Gregory Widen, Peter Bellwood, and Larry Ferguson.)


                An immortal who is part of a group who attempt to eliminate all others of their type runs into an old enemy in the contemporary US, and becomes involved with a woman who is romantically attracted to him. 


House of Tribes  (?, 1995.)


                Fantasy about mice.


Hunter’s Moon: A Story of Foxes  (Unwin, 1989.  Doubleday, 1990, as The Foxes of First Dark.)


                Fantasy about foxes.  A vixen recovers from the loss of her mate.


Land of Mists  (Orbit, 1998.)


Navigator Kings #3.


                Not seen.  A battle between Polynesians and Celts in a magical otherworld.


Midnight’s Sun: A Story of Wolves  (Unwin, 1990.)


                An intelligent wolf accompanies a man on a journey across the frozen tundra.


Phantom Piper, The  (Methuen, 1994.)


                Not seen.


Princely Flower, The  (Orbit, 1997.)


Navigator Kings #2.


Not seen.


Roof of Voyaging, The  (Orbit, 1996.)


Navigator Kings #1.


Not seen.


Seven Songbirds of Pain  (Gollancz, 1984.)


                Not seen.


Spiggot's Quest  (Atom, 2002.)


Knights of Liofwende #1.


                A young boy finds himself in an alternate universe where magic works.


Spiral Winds  (Bodley Head, 1987.)


                Ambiguous story in which a man’s adventures in the desert may or may not involve some sort of magic.


Voyage of the Vigilance, The  (Armada, 1988.)


Wizard #2.


                Not seen.


Wizard of Woodworld, The  (Dragon, 1987.)


Wizard #1.


                Not seen.




Ghost and Mrs. McClure, The  (Berkley, )


Haunted Bookshop #1.


Ghost and the Dead Deb, The  (Berkley, )


Haunted Bookshop #2.


Ghost and the Dead Man's Library, The  (Berkley, )


Haunted Bookshop #3.


Ghost and the Femme Fatale, The (Berkley, 2008.)


Haunted Bookshop #4.


A ghost helps a woman solve a mystery.


Ghost and the Haunted Mansion, The  (Berkley, 2008.)


Haunted Bookshop #5.





Kindred Rites  (Harper, 1997.)


Night Calls #2.




Night Calls  (Harper, ?)


Night Calls #1.


                Unusual novel about a reluctant witch who refuses to pay serious attention to her abilities until a tribe of werewolves menaces her community, and she is forced to join with others possessing the talent to drive them away.


KINCAID, KATHARINE  (Pseudonym of Pam Daoust.)


Promise Me Heaven  (Zebra, 1993.)


                Zeus punishes a woman who spurns his love by sending her to the future, where she finds a place, and a true love, among the American Indians.




Spreading Dawn  (Harper, 1927.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Death-Blinder  (New English Library, 1988.)


Hather #3.


                An arrogant sorcerer tries to usurp the power of the gods and rule the world, but Hather and his friends triumph once again.


Destroying Angel, The  (Sphere, 1987.)


Keeper #1.


                Opening volume of a series in which a police officer is appointed successor to a line of long lived people who oversee the interfarce between good and evil.  The Thuleans, an evil non-human race that once ruled the Earth, plots to make use of his inexperience to advance their interests.


Skyfire  (Sphere, 1988.)


Keeper #3.


                Not seen.


Starkadder  (St Martins, 1985, New English Library, 1985.)


Hather #1.


                A legendary warrior who is fated to commit three betrayals is told by the gods that he must bring an end to the rule of his liege lord.  At the same time, an ordinary mortal sets out to kill the warrior because of his earlier actions.


Time-Fighters  (Sphere, 1987.)


Keeper #2.


                Not seen.


Varga Moon  (St Martins, 1986, New English Library, 1986.)


Hather #2.


                A heroic figure sets out to rescue his kidnapped son from a supernatural creature who hopes to achieve godhood by sacrificing the boy to the Norse gods.


Witch-Beast  (Sphere, 1989.)


                An evil spirit tries to invade our world, but eventually goodness triumphs.




In the Morning of Time  (Four Winds, 1970, Scholastic, 1973.)


                A novelized retelling of Norse mythology.


KING, GABRIEL  (Pseudonym of M. John Harrison and Jane Johnson.)


Golden Cat, The  (Century, 1998, Arrow, 1999, Del Rey, 1999.)


Cats #2.


                A variety of cats are involved in another attempt to defeat the efforts of malevolent sorcery that takes a variety of forms.


Knot Garden, The




Wild Road, The  (Arrow, 1997, Del Rey, 1998.)


Cats #1.


                Contemporary fantasy involving animals.  A kitten sets out on a quest, while an evil human with magical powers seeks to destroy her.




Abyssal Warriors  (TSR, 1997.)


Blood Wars #2.


                A hero descends into a virtual hell itself to recover his missing lover, and discovers she has been driven mad and is now a conscious agent of evil.


Apocalypse  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                A pair of heroes reach the realm of an evil god creature only to become enthralled by it and forced to battle one another.


Blood Hostages  (TSR, 1996.)


Blood Wars #1.


                While investigating the abduction of his uncle, a man discovers that this is one of the opening moves in an elaborate battle across several universes, a conflict which will affect the future of all realities.


Carnival of Fear  (TSR, 1993.)


A Ravenloft novel.


                A murderer strikes repeatedly against the company of a magical carnival traveling through a magical landscape, evading until the last every effort by the authorities to identify him.


Conspiracy  (TSR, 1998.)


#6 in the multi-author Double Diamond Triangle series.


                Short episode about the search for a kidnapped woman.


Heart of Midnight  (TSR, 1992.)


A Ravenloft novel.


                An orphan calls upon a malevolent force in order to avenge himself on the man who killed his mother, but by doing so endangers himself as well as his enemy.


Invasion  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                The land of Dominaria is invaded by the most powerful enemy it has ever faced, and its fate may be in the hands of an intrepid sea captain and his crew.


Lancelot Du Lethe  (Tor, 2001.)


Camelot #2.


                A retelling of the career of Sir Lancelot, involving the intercession of the gods.


Legions  (Wizards of the Coast, 2003.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                Two powerful figures contend for control of the world, using magical forces to oppose each other.


Le Morte D'Avalon  (Tor, 2003.)


Camelot #3.


                A retelling of the story of Morgan Le Fey.


Mad Merlin  (Tor, 2000.)


Camelot #1.


                Merlin overcomes his madness as he discovers the true source of his supernatural powers.  He is in fact a reincarnation of the god Jove.


Onslaught  (Wizards of the Coast, 2002.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                A wizard and a warrior help a man track down his sister.


Planar Powers  (TSR, 1997.)


Blood Wars #3.


                The children of two heroic figures must find their own destiny to end a war that stretches across a range of universes.


Planeshift  (Wizards of the Coast, 2001.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                The invasion of Dominaria has been blunted, but now the defenders must use their magical prowess to defeat the technological weapons of the invaders and strike at the very heart of their empire.


Rogues to Riches  (TSR, 1995.)


A Dragonlance First Quest novel


Occasionally humorous quest fantasy involving a giant and his human friend.


Scourge (Wizards of the Coast, 2003.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


War between the gods.


Summerhill Hounds  (TSR, ?)


A Dragonlance First Quest novel


A band of dogs cooperate in order to defeat invading orcs.


Thran, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 1999.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                A magical realm is endangered when an ancient civilization that relied on aggressive technology reaches through time to affect its future.


Time Streams  (TSR, 1998.)


A Magic the Gathering novel.


                A school and research station on a remote island strives to gain control of time itself to use as a weapon against an army threatening to invade their country.


Vinas Solamnus  (TSR, 1997.)


A Dragonlance Lost Legends novel.


                A retrospective look at the unruly youth of a man who grew to be a calm, respected, reserved warrior of a magical land.




Lorien Lost  (St Martins, 1996.)


                A man with the ability to visit the world he sees in pictures falls in love with the resident of one.  When the picture is accidentally destroyed, he sets out into the real world to find the original of the woman he loves.


KING, STEPHEN   (See collaboration which follows.)


Dark Tower, The  (Donald Grant, 1982, Plume, 1988, Sphere, 1988, Signet, 1989, New English Library, ?  New American Library, 1988, Sphere, 1989, as The Gunslinger.  Viking, 2003, revised.)


Gunslinger #1.


                Episodic story about an enigmatic man on a puzzling quest across a landscape of mutants, monsters, magic, and murderers in quest of a fabulous tower.


Dark Tower, The  (Donald Grant/Scribner, 2004, Pocket, 2006.)


Dark Tower #7.


                Roland finally completes his quest.


Drawing of the Three, The  (Donald Grant, 1987, Plume, 1989, Sphere, 1989, Signet, 1990.)


Gunslinger #2.


                Roland gathers some companions in the second series of his adventures in a violent, magical otherworldly America.


Elevation (Scribner, 2018.)


Novella about a man who loses weight but not body mass.


Eyes of the Dragon, The  (Philtrum, 1984, Viking, 1987, Macdonald, 1988, Signet, 1988, Chivers Press, 1988, Futura, 1988.)


                The death of King Roland was not unexpected, but the succession does not proceed predictably, and a mysterious figure manipulates events from behind the scenes.


Fairy Tale (Scribner, 2022.)


A high school student finds a gateway to another world.


Gunslinger, The.  (See The Dark Tower.)


Little Sisters of Eluria, The  (Overlook, 1999.)


                A novelet set in the Gunslinger series.


Song of Susanna  (


Dark Tower #6.




Waste Lands, The  (Donald Grant, 1991, Plume, 1992, Signet, 1993.)


Gunslinger #3.


                Roland and his two companions face technological and supernatural terrors as they journey across an alternate version of our world.


Wind Through the Keyhole, The  (Gallery, 2012.)


Dark Tower #8.


Roland's early adventures.


Wizard and Glass  (Donald Grant, 1996, Hodder, 1997, Plum, 1997, New English Library, 1997, Signet, 1998.)


Gunslinger #4.


                Roland looks back through time and relates to his companions the time he fell in love.  But more magical menaces make the present a dangerous time to be dawdling.


Wolves of the Calla  (Hodder, 2003.)


Gunslinger #5.


                Roland must decide whether or not to divert his efforts to protect a peaceful community from supernatural wolves.




Sleeping Beauties  (Scribner, 2017.)


All the women in the world fall into mysterious comas.




Lady Miracle  (Topaz, 1997.)


A romance novel set in the Highlands involving a woman who can heal with a touch.




Nightshade:  Terror Inc  (Pyramid, 1976.)


                A renowned stage magician who also possesses genuine magical abilities is pitted against evil voodoo magic and an evil creature in this, which was supposed to be the opening volume in a series.




Down Town  (Arbor House, 1985, Tor, 1987.)


                Underrated novel about a man who discovers that there is an entire other world of magic existing in the subway tunnels beneath a major city.




Beastslayer  (Black Library, 2001.)


A Warhammer novel.


                King's recurring heroes are trapped in a city under siege by a barbarous horde.


Blood of Aenarion (Black Library, 2011.)


A Warhammer novel.


A sorcerer battles a demon.


Daemonslayer  (Black Library, 2000.)


A Warhammer novel.


                A pair of heroes travel by zeppelin to a remote region in their search for a legendary palace that once held many treasures.


Dragonslayer  (Black Library, ?)


A Warhammer novel.




Farseer  (Black Library, 2002.)


A Warhammer novel.


                An interplanetary trader gets caught between a cartel of merchants and a blood thirsty demon.


Fist of Demetrius, The (Black Library, 2014.)


A Warhammer novel.




Giantslayer  (Black Library, 2003.)


A Warhammer novel.


                Two warriors team up with an elven wizard to defeat a mysterious evil force.


Gotrek & Felix: The First Omnibus  (Black Library, 2006.)


                Omnibus of Trollslayer, Skavenslayer, and Daemonslayer.


Illidan (Del Rey, 2016.)


A Warcraft novel.


War in a fantasy world.


Ragnar's Claw  (Black Library, 2000.)


A Warhammer novel.


                Peculiar mix of SF and fantasy as space marines have adventures on a primitive future Earth where magic works.


Skavenslayer  (Black Library, 2000.)


A Warhammer novel.


                Two travelers find themselves visiting a city just as a horde of ratmen led by a powerful evil magician make their bid for power.  They hope to promote the cause of chaos by undermining the empire and creating a new government under their control, but the presence of two wild cards disrupts their plans.


Sword of Caledor  (Black Library, 2012.)


A Warhammer novel.




Trollslayer  (Black Library, 2000.)


A Warhammer novel.


                A series of short adventures of two friends, one a powerful warrior, as they travel across a series of small city states.  They encounter monsters, magicians, brigands, and other dangers.


Vampireslayer  (Black Library, 2001.)


A Warhammer novel.


                Two barbarian heroes battle a master vampire.


KINGSBURY, KATE  (Pseudonym of Doreen Roberts.)


Pay the Piper (Berkley, 1996.)


A Pennyfoot Hotel mystery.


Low key murder mystery with a genuine ghost.




Godhanger  (Corgi, ?)


                Not seen.  Involves a magical bird.


Water Horse, The  (Knopf, 2000.)


                A youngster finds an egg that hatches a mysterious dragonlike creature.  To protect his pet, he releases it into Loch Ness.




Child’s Story of Atlantis, A  (Theosophical Publishing, 1908.)


                Not seen.


Mystic Quest, The  (Allen, 1891.)


                Not seen.




Water-Babies, The  (Macmillan, 1863, Burnham, 1864.)


                Not seen.


KINGSLEY, KATHERINE  (Pseudonym of Julia Kay Kendall.)


Call Down the Moon  (Dell, 1998.)


                A young destitute woman with the ability to read minds is sent to work in a Regency era insane asylum.  She is rescued from this by falling in love with a charming though mysterious man.  A romance novel.




Love Among the Unicorns  (?, 1968.)


                Not seen.




Fearsome Island, The  (Arrowsmith, 1896, Shroud, 1965)


                Short story in pamphlet form about a journey to a magical island.


Within the Radius  (?, 1901.)


                Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are fantasy.




Uncertain Magic  (Avon, 1994.)


Romance about an Irish woman who can read minds.




Iowa Baseball Confederacy, The  (Houghton Mifflin, 1986, Collins, 1986, Ballantine, 1987.)


                Mild fantasy about a man who sets out to prove the existence of a legendary baseball game that no one else remembers.  Time travel is involved.


Shoeless Joe  (Houghton Mifflin, 1982, Ballantine, 1983, Allison & Busby, 1988.)


                Marginal fantasy about a man who realizes the dream to build a baseball stadium in his cornfield.




Hannibal’s Man and Other Tales  (Argus, 1878.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Time Portal  (Royal Fireworks, 2001.)


                Young adult adventure involving time travel and abduction in an ancient castle.




Kipling’s Fantasy Stories  (Tor, 1992.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Puck of Pook’s Hill  (Doubleday, Page, 1906, Macmillan, 1906, Dover, 1968.)


                Various stories set within the framework of a fairy’s appearance to two human children.




1000  (Salem Kirban, 1973. )


Millennium #2.


                At the end of the century, the period of tribulation begins and God manifests himself on Earth.


666  (Tyndale, 1970, Salem Kirban, 1981.)


Millennium #1.


                Not seen.


KIRBY, MATTHEW J.  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Clockwork Three, The  (Scholastic, 2010.)


Clockwork #1.


Three children with unusual abilities find their lives intertwined in a magical land.


Icefall  (Scholastic, 2011.)


Clockwork #2.


Children sent off to a remote fortress have magical adventures.


Lost Kingdom, The  (Scholastic, 2013.)


An expedition by airship in an alternate world.


KIRCHOFF, MARY L.  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Black Wing, The  (TSR, 1993.)


                A dragon wakes from a long sleep into a world that has changed greatly, and seeks a new destiny for herself and her species.


Kendermore  (TSR, 1989, Wizards of the Coast, 2003.)


A Dragonlance Preludes novel.


                A blend of adventure and humor involving the adventures of a variety of characters in diverse situations.


Knight of Illusion  (TSR, 1986.)


Endless Quest #33.


                A multi-path gamebook.


Medusa Plague, The  (TSR, 1994.)


Dragonlance Defenders of Magic #2.


                When a plague descends on a small village, the nephew of a missing man goes to track down his uncle, convinced that he has the secret that will save them all.


Night of the Eye  (TSR, 1994.)


Dragonlance Defenders of Magic #1.


                A bride groom forsakes his wedding for a quest at the urging of a mysterious wizard, and discovers that by doing so he has made himself a group of very powerful enemies.


Portrait in Blood  (TSR, 1985.)


Multi-path gamebook about a haunted picture whose mystery the reader must solve.


Seventh Sentinel, The  (TSR, ?)


Dragonlance Defenders of Magic #3.


A young man must defend the world against a twisted wizard who has decided to destroy all the magic that exists.


Vision of Doom  (TSR, 1986.)


Endless Quest #35.


                A multi-path gamebook.




Flint the King  (TSR, 1990.)


A Dragonlance Preludes novel.


                A warrior returns to his home village, discovers a too healthy economy, uncovers a sinister plot behind the boom, escapes his enemies, becomes king of a rival tribe, and returns to right old wrongs.




Light on Quests Mountain  (TSR, 1983.)


An Endless Quest book.


Multi-path gamebook blending SF and fantasy set in a post nuclear holocaust world.




Wanderlust  (TSR, 1991.)


Dragonlance Meeting Sextet #2.


                When the protagonist picks up an innocent looking piece of jewelry, he is unaware that he has just caused a crisis that could affect the future of his world.


KIRK, RICHARD  (Pseudonym of Robert Holdstock and Angus Wells, whom see.)


Frozen God, The  (Corgi, 1978, Ace, 1987.)  (Angus Wells.)


Raven #3.


                A warrior woman travels to a distant land to confront the man she considers her most dangerous adversary, but discovers that he is allied with a supernatural being who is even more powerful.


Lords of the Shadows  (Corgi, 1979, Ace, 1987.)


Raven #4.


                A mystical barrier that protects the world from the mystical entities of the distant north has been breached, and they are pouring forth, preparing to conquer the entire world.  A female warrior rallies a force to stop them and restore the barrier.


Swordsmistress of Chaos  (Corgi, 1978, Ace, 1987.)  (Angus Wells.)


Raven #1.


                A woman is rescued from the slavepits by sorcerers, then talk the arts of warfare and set loose upon the world.  Her first quest is to track down the man who tormented her during her years of captivity.


Time of Dying, A  (Corgi, 1979, Ace, 1988.)  (Angus Wells.)


Raven #5.


                A supernatural creature manifests itself in the world, and the protagonist must make herself the bait in a trap to destroy it.


Time of Ghosts, A  (Corgi, 1978, Ace, 1987.)


Raven #2.


                A female warrior and her mentor ride to the rescue when a noble woman is abducted, although this means they must battle an evil sorcerer with powerful talents.




Untamed  (HQN, 2006.)


Historical romance with real magic.




Across the Face of the World  (Voyager, 2002, Orbit, 2006.)


Destroyer #1.


A quest to prevent a malign magician from taking over the world.


In the Earth Abides the Flame  (Voyager, ?, Orbit, ?)


Destroyer #2.




Right Hand of God, The  (Voyager, ?, Orbit, ?)


Destroyer #3.






Queens Have Died Young and Fair  (?, 1993.)


                Magical events on a new island in the near future.


True Mystery of the Passion, The  (?, 1961.)


                Novel about the Crucifixion.




Wars of Pardon, The  (Simon & Schuster, 1965, Pocket, 1966.)


                Contemporary fantasy about a professional gambler whose career is on the skids until he discovers an unusual power within himself.




Pagemaster, The  (Turner, 1993.)


                A boy enters a magical world where fictional characters are real and has a series of episodic adventures.




Slip in Time, A  (Topaz, 1998.)


                A nineteenth century woman is magically transported back through time to fourteenth century Scotland, where she falls in love with the lord of the castle.




Language of Power, The  (Del Rey, 2004.)


Rowan #4.


                Rowan is off to find a missing master wizard and enlist his aid against the powers of darkness.


Lost Steersman, The  (Del Rey, 2003.)


Rowan #3.


                A woman investigates mysterious crystals and discovers their magic qualities, which gains her the enmity of the local wizards who are jealous of their power.


Outskirter’s Secret, The  (Del Rey, 1989.)


Rowan #2.


                Now that she knows the secret of the guidestars, Rowan sets out into the wilderness to track down one that appears to have fallen to Earth.  If she succeeds, she will have access to magic powerful enough to protect her from a group of sorcerous enemies.


Steerswoman, The (Del Rey, 1989.)


Rowan #1.


                A woman discovers a jewel that seems too perfect to be natural, and her search for its origin gets her into trouble with a group of wizards, who don’t want that knowledge to get out and who will kill anyone who threatens their monopoly on magical knowledge.


Steerswoman's Road, The  (Del Rey, 2003.)


                Omnibus of The Steerswoman and The Outskirter's Secret.




Jewel of Life, The  (Harcourt, 1991.)


                An apprentice in an apothecary shop discovers that he has magical powers, just in time to come to the rescue when his master nearly succumbs to a sorcerous fate.




Fool’s War, The  (Harper, 1992.)


                The ruler of a besieged kingdom sends a youngster on a quest for a magical weapon of defense. After various adventures, he saves the day.


KISSLING, DOROTHY HIGHT  (Pseudonym of Dorothy Langley.)


Mr. Bremble’s Buttons  (Simon & Schuster, 1947, Heinemann, 1948.)


                Religious allegory.




Flannery's Rainbow  (Harlequin, 1992.)


                A man stumbles into a pub and finds himself enchanted by a genuine leprechaun and his daughter.




Bright Winter Sun, A  (Five Star, 2004.)


Trouble in the Forest #2.


                The evil in Sherwood Forest threatens to sunder England in two.


Cold Summer's Night, A  (Five Star, 2004.)


Trouble in the Forest #1.


                An ex-crusader is given the job of clearing Sherwood Forest of an evil Robin Hood and his band of supernaturally assisted thieves.


KITTREDGE, CAITLIN (Also writes Horror. See Science Fiction collaborations with Jackie Kessler.)


Bone Gods (St Martins, ?)


Black London #3.




Daemon's Mark  (St Martins, 2010.)


Nocturne City #5.


An arsonist targets non-human members of an alternate version of our world.


Demon Bound  (St Martins,?)


Black London #2.




Devil's Business (St Martins, ?)


Black London #4.




Iron Thorn, The  (Ember, 2012.)


Iron Codex #1.




Night Life  (St Martins, 2008.)


Nocturne City #4.




Nightmare Garden, The  (Ember, 2012.)


Iron Codex #2.




Pure Blood  (St Martins, ?)


Nocturne City #3.




Second Skin (St Martins, ?)


Nocturne City #2.




Soul Trade  (St Martins, 2012.)


Black London #5.


A group of demons menace a psychic.


Street Magic  (St Martins, 2009.)


Black London #1.




Witch Craft  (St Martins, ?)


Nocturne City #1.






Girl’s Guide to Witchcraft  (Luna, 2006.)


                A young woman discovers the paraphernalia for witchcraft and becomes addicted to casting spells.


Glasswright's Apprentice, The  (Roc, 2000.)


Glasswright #1.


                A young woman apprenticed to the glasswright's guild is mistakenly labeled a traitor when one of her instructors assassinates the Crown Prince.  Forced into hiding within the worst elements of the city, she quickly matures and clears her name by tracking down those who are actually responsible for the murder.


Glasswright's Journeyman, The  (Roc, 2002.)


Glasswright #3.


                The kingdom is in debt and the king may be forced into a marriage of convenience if no one can find an alternate way of saving the day.


Glasswright's Master, The  (Roc, 2004.)


Glasswright #5.


                Rani Trader remains a confidant of the king while he is exiled seeking allies against his enemies.


Glasswright's Progress, The  (Roc, 2001.)


Glasswright #2.


                The protagonist is kidnapped by a foreign prince who is raising an army of mercenaries.


Glasswright's Test, The  (Roc, 2003.)


Glasswright #4.


                The woman who exposed the activities of the guild she hoped to join is surprised when they offer her a chance to rejoin them.  It's not entirely surprising, therefore, when she discovers they want her to undertake a dangerous task for them.


How Not to Make a Wish  (Mira, 2009.)


Romance about a woman who finds a genie.


Season of Sacrifice  (Roc, 2002.)


                When two children are kidnapped from her village, a woman who acts as servant to a mystical tree must use her mystical powers to rescue them.




Freaks  (McElderry, 2006.)


                A teenager runs away from his home in an amusement park, troubled by dreams of a magic ring.




Family Unit and Other Fantasties, The  (Chizine, 2014.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




History of Our World Beyond the Wave, A  (Harcourt Brace, 1998.)


                The world is wiped out by an enormous wave that leaves only a few isolated mountaintops above the water, and in the aftermath a handful of survivors come to a mystical realization of the role of humanity in the universe.


KLINE, OTIS ADELBERT (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Bride of Osiris and Other Weird Tales  (?, 1975.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Man Who Limped and Other Stories, The  (Saint Enterprises, 1946.)


                Collection of loosely related stories.


Stories by Otis Adelbert Kline  (Weinberg, 1975.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Firesoul (Paizo, 2015.)


A Pathfinder novel.


A young druid battles various villains.




Empty Throne, The (Harlequin, 2015.)


Chrior #2.




Queen's Choice, The (Harlequin, 2014.)


Chrior #1.






Beastmaster; Myth (Pocket, 2009.)


Sequel to the movies.  A man who can talk to animals battles evil magic.


Birthright  (Pocket Star, 2006.)


A Diablo novel.


                An innocent man travels across a fantastic world when he is unjustly accused of crimes.


Black City Demon (Pyr, 2017.)


Black City #2.


St. George protects the world from evil magic and grasping gangsters.


Black City Dragon (Pyr, 2018.)


Black City #3.


The protector of the gate between realities must explore his own past.


Black City Saint (Pyr, 2016.)


Black City #1.


An immortal St. George guards the gateway between worlds in 1920s Chicago.


Black Talon, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A Dragonlance novel.




Children of the Drake  (Questar, 1991.)


Dragonrealm #6.


                When a race of sorcerers discover that they are losing their magical powers and their immortality, they turn to evil in an attempt to regain what they have lost.


Citadel, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Dragonlance novel.


                An evil wizard creates a floating castle from which to extend his power.


Crystal Dragon, The   (Questar, 1993.)


Dragonrealm #8.


                Scavengers uncover a cache of magical weapons forged by a presumed extinct race and use them to cause trouble.  This pales to insignificance, however, when their actions reawaken remnants of that older race, who emerge to reclaim the world for their own.


Day of the Dragon  (Pocket, 2001.)


A Warcraft novel.


                A wizard must make an alliance with powerful dragons in order to prevent an ambitious nobleman with magical powers from seizing control of the world.


Demon Soul, The  (Pocket, 2004.)


A Warcraft novel.




Dragon Crown  (Questar, 1994.)


Dragonrealm #9.


                A series of tests is designed to find out whether the heir apparent to the throne is worthy, but if things go wrong they could unleash evil forces instead.


Dragon Tome  (Questar, 1992.)


Dragonrealm #7.


                An explorer discovers a magical tower, which is perilous to enter, but which holds the power to transform his world for the better.  Or worse.


Dutchman  (Warner, 1996.)


                Two sorcerers are cursed to waken for one life after another in various places in the universe, pursued by an immortal demonic creature.


Eye of Charon, The  (Ace, 2006.)


Soldier’s Quest #2.


                A caravan guard encounters dark magic.


Firedrake  (Questar, 1989, Orbit, 1990.)


Dragonrealm #1.


                A human realm organizes all of its resources for the battle against a race invaders.  These fiery creatures have magical powers as well as the ability to shift their shapes.


Fire Rose, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A Dragonlance novel.




Frostwing  (Aspect, 1995.)


                In modern Chicago, a man is haunted by what he thinks are hallucinations of a gargoyle.  Eventually he confronts a living creature of stone and discovers that it possesses a magical ability tied to his destiny.


Gargoyle King, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2008.)


A Dragonlance novel.




God in the Moon, The  (Ace, 2006.)


Soldier’s Quest #1.


                An ambitious young man joins Conan’s army and proves himself in battle.


Horse King, The  (Aspect, 1997.)


Dragonrealm #10.


                An alliance of warriors and evil sorcerers plunges the world into war once again, but their opponents discover that the real enemy is a sinister force moving behind the scenes, and armed with magic more powerful than anything they have ever before faced.


Ice Dragon  (Questar, 1989, Orbit, 1990.)


Dragonrealm #2.


                Momentarily thwarted in their plan to master the world, a race of shapechangers unleashes a permanent winter on the world, hoping to reduce their enemies’ will to fight.


Janus Mask, The  (Aspect, 1995.)


                A despot who traps the souls of his vanquished enemies in masks which guests are compelled to wear at his parties discovers that the tactics have backfired.  One of his old enemies has thereby been restored to life, has escaped, and presents a new threat to his continued rule.


Kaz the Minotaur  (TSR, 1990.)


A Dragonlance Heroes novel.


                A minotaur insists on telling the truth about his heroic friends, which gets him into increasing difficulties with them as well as with his enemies.


Kingdom of Shadow, The  (Pocket, 2002.)


A Diablo novel.


                A sorcerer and a band of mercenaries try to steal the secrets of an ancient city and discover that it is not as dead as they believed.


King of the Grey  (Questar, 1993.)


                Vampires and phantoms and other creatures of legend exist only as shadows until a figure emerges with the power to infuse them with reality, a man not inherently evil but who must find the strength to rule the creatures gathering around him.


Land of the Minotaurs  (TSR, 1996.)


A Dragonlance Heroes novel.  Also part of the Lost Histories series.


                A race of minotaurs has remained the one steady force in a land torn by conflict, but now internal dissent among its various clans threatens to remove that stability.


Legacy of Blood  (Pocket, 2001.)


A Diablo novel.


                A warrior finds ancient magical armor, but when he puts it on, an evil spirit from the past begins to influence his actions.


Legend of Huma, The  (TSR, 1988, Penguin, 1989.)


A Dragonlance Heroes novel.


                The life story of a legendary hero who singlehandedly changed the history of a magical realm by his daring deeds and the inspiration he provided to those who followed him into battle.


Legends of the Dragonrealm Volume I  (Gallery, 2010.)


Omnibus of


Legends of the Dragonrealm Volume II (Gallery, 2010.)


Omnibus of Shadow Steed, The Shrouded Realm, Children of the Drake, and a short story.


Legends of the Dragonrealm Volume III (Gallery, 2011.)


Omnibus of The Crystal Dragon, The Dragon Crown, and three short stories.


Moon of the Spider  (Pocket, 2006.)


A Diablo novel.


                A man invades an ancient tomb hoping to restore to life an ancient magical evil.


 Night of Blood  (Wizards of the Coast, 2003.)


Dragonlance Minotaur Wars #1.


                A general seizes control of the throne of the minotaur lands and a rebel movement springs up to oppose him.


Reaper's Eye (Tor, 2016.)


A Pathfinder novel.


Adventurers foil a plot by an evil witch.


Reavers of the Blood Sea   (TSR, 1999.)


A Dragonlance Chaos War novel.


                The minotaurs and the knights who battle them are forced to forget their old fight and unite against an army from Chaos itself.


Ruby Flames  (Pocket, 1999.)


Shattered Light #1.


                A warrior and a magician accept the assistance of a seductive vampire as they set out on a quest to protect the inhabitants of their universe from extermination at the hands of the inhuman Laria, who wish to be the only species left alive.


Scales of the Serpent (Pocket, 2006.)


A Diablo novel.




Shade  (Gallery, 2012.)


Dragonrealm #11.


A sorcerer tries to escape a curse.


Shadow Steed  (Questar, 1990, Orbit, 1991.)


Dragonrealm #5.


                The ruler of a remote kingdom has grown embittered because of the war that has ravaged the world, and now hates all magic, human or otherwise.  In acting against one magical force, however, he frees a mischievous being who wreaks fresh havoc on the world.


Shrouded Realm, The  (Questar, 1990.)


Dragonrealm #4.


                A retrospective look at the creation of the world in which a war between the human race and a group of shapeshifters is being waged.


Silent Enemy, The  (Ace, 2006.)


An Age of Conan novel.


                A subject of Conan thwarts a plot against him during what should have been a routine courier mission.


Stormrage  (Gallery, 2010.)


A World of Warcraft novel.


A priestess has a vision of impending doom.


Veiled Prophet, The  (Pocket, 2007.)


A Diablo novel.


A refugee discovers he has magical powers.


War of the Ancients Archive, The  (Pocket, 2007.)


Omnibus of The Well of Eternity, The Demon Soul, and The Sundering.


Well of Eternity, The  (Pocket Star, 2004.)


A Warcraft novel.


                Three disparate characters attempt to convince a demigod to prevent the invasion of their world.


Wolfheart (Pocket, 2012.)


A Warcraft novel.


Uneasy negotiations among nations opposing a common enemy.


Wolfhelm  (Questar, 1990, Orbit, 1991.)


Dragonrealm #3.


                War has devastated both sides in the ongoing struggle, and one man sets out on a quest to find a secret that will enable both to survive their conflict.




Tomato Cain and Other Stories  (Collins, 1949, Knopf, 1950, Fontana, 1961.)


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




Sex Life of the Gods  (Uptown, 1962.)


                Pornography. Involving the ancient gods.


KNIGHT, ANGELA  (The enumeration of the Mageverse series appears to be inconsistent.)


Master of Dragons  (Berkley, 2007.)


Mageverse #8.


A woman hiding from her supernatural enemies enlists the aid of a mystical warrior.


Master of Swords  (Berkley, 2006.)


Mageverse #7.




Master of the Moon  (Berkley, 2005.)


Mageverse #3.




Master of the Night  (Berkley, 2004.)


Mageverse #2.




Master of Wolves (Berkley, 2006.)


Mageverse #5.






World and Thorinn, The  (Berkley, 1981, Putnam, 1981.)


                Episodic novel about a young man’s journey of discovery in a land of magic and the challenges he faces while learning the role fate has ordained for him..


KNIGHT, DEIRDRE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Red Demon (Signet Eclipse, 2010.)


Gods of Midnight #3.


An immortal and a shapeshifter find romance.


Red Kiss  (Signet Eclipse, 2009.)


Gods of Midnight  #2.


A warrior transforms himself into a weapon but cannot change back.


Red Fire  (Signet Eclipse, 2008.)


Gods of Midnight #1.






Dragon Avenger  (Roc, 2006.)


Age of Fire #2.


                A dragon left alone must find others of her kind.


Dragon Champion  (Roc, 2005.)


Age of Fire #1.


                A dragon sets out to find out who is destroying his kind.


Dragon Fate  (Roc, 2010.)


Age of Fire #6.


War among the dragons.


Dragon Outcast  (Roc, 2007.)


Age of Fire #3.


A young dragon finds his lost people.


Dragon Strike  (Roc, 2008.)


Age of Fire #4.


Dragons quarrel over whether or not to become involved in a war among the humans.


Lost Cult, The  (Del Rey, 2004.)


A Tomb Raider novel.


                A supernatural investigator finds a cult of mind controllers in Peru.




Flying Yorkshireman, The  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1943, World, 1946, Pocket, 1948.  Harper, 1942, Cassell, 1943, as Sam Small Flies Again.)


                A collection of related stories about a meek man with the power to fly and the humorous situations that arise.


Sam Small Flies Again.  (See The Flying Yorkshireman.)




Before the Fall (Orbit, 2013.)


Rojan Dizon #2.




Fade to Black  (Orbit, 2013.)


Rojan Dizon #1.






Astonished Eye, The  (PS, 2001.)


                A reporter investigating reports of a UFO landing in a small town encounters a community in which the dead can be brought back to life and imaginary characters can be turned into real people.




Love's Timeless Dance  (Leisure, 1993.)


Time travel romance about a dancer in long ago Scotland.


Passion's Timeless Hour  (Leisure, 1992.)


Time travel romance about a nurse who goes back to the Civil War.




Here and Otherwise, Holden, 1926.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sapphires: Here and Otherwise, and Silver Nutmegs  (Arno, 1978.)


                Omnibus of Here and Otherwise and Silver Nutmegs.


Silver Nutmegs  (Holden, 1927.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Street of Queer Houses and Other Stories, The  (Boullion- Biggs, 1924.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Two and Two Make Five  (Newnes, 1935.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Dreamhunter  (?, as The Rainbow Opera.  Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2006.)


Dreamhunter #1.


                A teenager in a world which communicates with the dream plane suspects something sinister is going on.




Rogue Retrieval, The (Harper, 2016.)


A stage magician discovers magic is real.




Beckoning Ghost, The  (BMI, 1995.)


                A woman becomes romantically involved with a ghost from another time.


KOKE, JAK  (See also collaboration with Jonathan Brand.)


Beyond the Pale  (Roc, 1998.)


#30 in the multi-author Shadowrun series.


                A special agent looks for allies in his quest to control the power of the ultimate magical object in a world where magic and technology co-exist.


Clockwork Asylum  (Roc, 1997.)


A Shadowrun novel.


                Chaos erupts in the aftermath of the assassination of the President, with cyberwarriors and angry spirits battling to shape the outcome of a struggle waged by political interests and megacorporations.


Dead Air  (Roc, 1997.)


A Shadowrun novel.


A combat bike team is devastated by what appears to be an accident, but evidence soon surfaces that it was a deliberate murder.  Determined to track down whoever was responsible for the death of their friend, the bikers uncover a much larger plot.


Edge of Chaos, The  (Wizards of the Coast, 2009.)


A Forgotten Realms novel.




Stranger Souls  (Roc, 1997.)


A Shadowrun novel.


Someone has assassinated the President as the first step in a plan to disrupt the entire balance of power in a world where science and magic co-exist.




Dragon in the Family, A  (Little, Brown, 1993, Minstrel, 1996.)


Darek #2.


                When a young boy brings his friendly dragon home, the entire village turns against him, all fearing their hereditary enemies.


Dragonling, The  (Little, Brown, 1990, Minstrel, 1995.)


Darek #1.


                Impatient to go dragon hunting, a boy sneaks out, makes friends with a baby dragon, and must take great risks to see his new friend back to his home.


If I Had One Wish  (Little, Brown, 1991.)


                Not seen.


Wizard Named Nell, A  (Aladdin, 2003.)


Keepers #1.


                A young girl attempts to achieve a magical job formerly limited to boys.




Red Queen's Daughter, The  (Hyperion, 2007.)


A young girl becomes an apprentice magician in Queen Elizabeth's court.




Vampire Express  (Bantam, 1984.)


A Choose Your Own Adventure book.


Multi-path gamebook about a vampire hunt.




Gods and Demons  (Lion, 1954.)


                Retellings of various legends of the Greek and Roman gods.




Dearest (HMH, 2016.)


A fairy tale mashup.




Legacy of Magic  (Morrow, 1981, translated from the Dutch by Patricia Crampton.)


Magic #2.


                Not seen.


Magic Stone, The  (Morrow, 1978, translated from the Dutch by Richard and Clara Winston.)




                Not seen.




Crimson Witch, The  (Curtis, 1971.)


                A drug overdose propels a man to an alternate world where civilization has been destroyed by a nuclear war, and where genuine sorcery has replaced science as the source of knowledge and power.


Haunted Earth, The  (Lancer, 1973.)


                A blend of SF and fantasy, as aliens come to Earth with the power to open the gates to alternate worlds where magic and legends are real, and from which various supposedly mythical creatures cross into our universe.  The latter include racial and ethnic stereotypes exaggerated for humorous effect.


Oddkins  (Warner, 1988, Headline, 1988.)


                Toys come to life and make things complicated for a child.


Santa’s Twin  (Harper, 1996.)


                Children’s story about Santa’s evil twin who kidnaps the good one and sets out to destroy Christmas.


KORBEL, KATHLEEN  (Pseudonym of Eileen Dreyer.)


Dangerous Temptation  (Silhouette, 2006.)


A fairy falls in love with an archaeologist.


KORNWISE, ROBERT  (See collaboration with Piers Anthony.)




Being There  (Harcourt Brace, 1971, Bodley Head, 1971, Bantam, 1972.)


                Marginal short novel about a simple man who has all the answers, a satire of American politics.




Carmichael’s Dog  (?, 1992.)


                Not seen.


Dissertation, The  (Norton, 1975.)


Tinieblas #2.


                Not seen.


Mandragon  (Norton, 1979, Morrow, 1979.)


Tinieblas #3.


                On the night before his execution, the protagonist learns the truth about a sorcerous cult.


Prince, The  (Norton, 1972.)


Tinieblas #1.


                Not seen.  Magic in a mythical country.




Ants Who Took Away Time, The  (Doubleday, 1978.)


                Ants disassemble the mechanism of time and confuse everyone.


Bear Went Over the Mountain, The  (Doubleday, 1996.)


                A bear impersonates a human being. 


Christmas at Fontaine’s   (Putnam, 1982, Berkley, 1983, Deutsch, 1983.)


                A mysterious shadow invades a department store to restore the spirit of Christmas.


Doctor Rat  (Knopf, 1976, Henley-on-Thames, 1976, Bantam, 1977.)


                An erudite rat leads a rebellion by the animal world against humankind, specifically the practice of using animals for experimental purposes.


Fata Morgana  (Knopf, 1977, Hutchinson, 1977, Bantam, 1980.)


                A detective in Paris in 1860 sets out to track down a confidence man and encounters magic in the process.


Great World Circus  (Putnam, 1983.)


                A mysterious female figure appears to a variety of men in a variety of settings throughout time.


Hearts of Wood and Other Timeless Tales  (Godine, 1986.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Hot Jazz Trio, The  (Houghton Mifflin, 1989.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


KOWAL, MARY ROBINETTE  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Ghost Talkers (Tor, 2016.)




Glamour in Glass (Tor, 2012.)


Jane #2.


A woman uses magic to escape France during the Napoleonic era.


Shades of Milk and Honey  (Tor, 2010.)


Jane #1.


A regency romance with genuine magic.


Valor and Vanity (Tor, 2014.)




Without a Summer  (Tor, 2013.)


Jane #3.


A Victorian world with magic faces Luddites.


Word Puppets (Prime, 2015.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Ghost Knights of Camelot  (Avon, 1984.)


                A multi-path gamebook.




Lioness, The  (Proteus, 1996, translated from the 1995 German edition by Amy Katherine Kile.)


A Realm of Arkania book.


                A female warrior endures hardship and becomes one of the most feared warriors of her people.


Sacrifice, The  (Proteus, 1996.)


A Realm of Arkania book.


                A female warrior must overcome a series of challenges as she fulfills her promise to complete a difficult journey.




Warhorn  (Tor, 1987.)


                A multi-path gamebook set in the universe of Lynn Abbey’s Rifkind series.


KRAMMES, ROBERT  (See collaboration with Margaret Weis.)




Moon's Dancing  (Five Star, 2003.)


Moon #2.


                With magic disappearing from the world, various ambitious men seek to impose their rule through more ordinary means.


Moon's Dreaming  (Five Star, 2003.)


Moon #1.


                In a world where the only people who can practice magic are those born from parents representing the two major divisions of society, a growing schism threatens the future.




Big Day for Scepter, A  (Atheneum, 1977.)


                Not seen.


Castles in the Air and Other Tales  (?, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Dragon Circle, The  (Macmillan, 1977, Aladdin, 1990.)


Wynd #1


                A group of kids with magical powers discover that there are real dragons living hidden in an underground cavern.


Ghostly Business, A  (Macmillan, 1984, Aladdin Books, 1990.)


Wynd #3.


                Children must deal with a gang of ghosts.


Perils of Putny, The  (?, 1978.)


                Not seen.  A giant has adventures.


Troll in Passing, A  (Atheneum, 1980.)


                Not seen.


Witching Hour, The  (Macmillan, 1981, Aladdin Books, 1990.)


Wynd #2.


                A coven of witches plots to turn children into monsters.


KRENTZ, JAYNE ANN (See also Jayne Castle.)


Sizzle and Burn  (Putnam, 2008.)


Arcane Society #2.


Psychic vs killer.


White Lies  (Putnam, 2007.)


Arcane Society #1.


Psychics track a killer.




Golden Grove, The  (Bluejay, 1984, Berkley, 1986.)


                A stand of forest and its magical spiders is the center of attention on a small island.  But the trees are dying, the spiders no longer weave so deftly, and a young woman must seek a cure for what threatens her magical home.


Prince of Morning Bells, The  (Pocket, 1981.)


                A princess and her companion seek to know the truth about their world, a quest which is frequently interrupted and quite prolonged, but which eventually reaches fruition, of a sort.


White Pipes, The  (Bluejay, 1985, Berkley, 1986.)


                A storyteller who uses mental powers to create animated figures which act out her tales runs into intrigue and danger when she visits a castle filled with rivalry and forbidden love affairs.




Battlestorm (Tor, 2016.)


Midgard #2.


Urban fantasy with Norse gods.


Black Ice (Tor, 2014.)


Midgard #1.


The Norse gods reappear.


Body and Soul  (Bantam, 1998.)


                A troubled woman finds true love after an experience with a Regency era ghost.


Forest Lord, The  (Berkley, 2002.)


Forest #1.


                A woman discovers her fiancé is part fairy.


Hammer of the Earth  (Luna, 2006.)


Shapeshifters #2.


                A band of humans and shapeshifters battle an angry god and a corrupt throne.


Lord of the Beasts  (HQN, 2006.)


Forest #2.


A man who can talk to animals falls in love.


Shield of the Sky  (Luna, 2004.)


Shapeshifters #1.


                The rise of a new, evil god threatens a world of humans and shapeshifters.


Twice a Hero  (Bantam, 1997.)


                A time travel romance in which a jungle expedition transfers a woman back through time and into the arms of the man she is destined to love.




Blood Will Follow (Jo Fletcher, 2014.)


Valhalla #2.


A Viking warrior is unable to die.


Path of Gods (Jo Fletcher, 2016.)


Valhalla #3.




Swords of Good Men (Jo Fletcher, 2015.)


Valhalla #1,.






Fires of the Faithful  (Bantam, 2002.)


Eliana #1.


                A young music student investigates a religious cult that has invoked a magical famine after they kidnap one friend and kill another.


Freedom's Apprentice  (Bantam, 2005.)


Lauria #2.


                A woman apprentices herself to a sorceress in order to free her people.


Freedom's Gate  (Bantam, 2004.)


Lauria #1.


                A young woman is sent as a spy into the camp of a barbarian horde, but once there she discovers that her loyalties are not as firm as she once believed.


Freedom's Sisters  (Bantam, 2006.)


Lauria #3.


                A woman relies on sorcery to help search for a friend lost in the physical as well as the dream world.


Turning the Storm  (Bantam, 2003.)


Eliana #2.


                A young woman who has become a rebel against the religious dictatorship of her nation now must take up the role of a spy to find out what their plans are.




Drift, The  (Doubleday, 1969, Belmont, 1971.)


                A vacationer drifts into the Sargasso Sea and finds love among a flotilla of ancient ships which have been trapped in a magical pocket universe for many generations.




One Summer's Night  (Avon, 2000.)


                A college student accepts a different post grad program, apprenticing herself to a fairy and living in an enchanted forest.


Second Star to the Right  (Avon, 1999.)


                A couple find love when they encounter an elderly woman named Wendy who is accompanied by a twinkling light that is obviously Tinkerbell.




Happy Islands Behind the Winds, The  (Atheneum, 1966, translated from the German by Edelgard von Heydekampf.)


Happy Islands #1.


                Not seen.


Return to the Happy Islands  (Atheneum, 1967, translated from the German by Edelgard von Heydekampf.)


Happy Islands #2.


                Not seen.




Changeling  (Roc, 1992.)


A Shadowrun novel.


A young man is transformed into a troll following the unexpected return of magic to the world.  Shunned by his former friends, he enters fully into the secret society of magical creatures who have been living quietly in Chicago waiting for this to happen.


Longing Ring, The  (Roc, 1993.)


Earth Dawn #1.


                An ork gives a magical ring to a young man, who becomes the subject of an intense search since the ring is the key to ancient technology and magic, knowledge of which was lost when an old, repressive race was defeated or withdrew voluntarily from the world.


Mother Speaks  (Roc, 1994.)


Earth Dawn #3.


                A woman and her two sons are captured when an ancient race with advanced magic reconquers their land.  They eventually escape to the mountains, where they are captured again, this time by a tribe of trolls.


Poisoned Memories  (Roc, 1994.)


Earth Dawn #2.


                A heroic man battles his enemies, unaware that the worst of them is actually someone he has already killed.  Now he must overcome the land of the dead in order to preserve his life.




Other Side, The  (Crown, 1967.)


                Not seen.




Heroine Complex (DAW, 2016.)


Heroine #1.




Heroine Worship (DAW, 2017.)


Heroine #2.



KUMMER, FREDERIC ARNOLD  (See also collaboration which follows.)


Gentlemen in Hades  (Sears, 1930.)


                A debutante dies, goes to hell, and seduces a number of historic figures.


Ladies in Hades  (Sears, 1928, Dell, ?)


                Humor in which various famous historical women consigned to Hell relate their life stories.


Shades of Hades   (Arno, 1978.)


                Omnibus of Ladies in Hades and Gentlemen in Hades.




Second Coming, The  (?, 1916.)


                Christ reappears and tries unsuccessfully to put a stop to World War I.




Leopard Mask, The  (Vertical, 2003, translated from the Japanese by Alexander O. Smith and Elye J. Alexander.)


Guin Saga #1.


                After their parents are killed, twin heirs to the throne are befriended by a man with a leopard's head who can remember nothing of his past.


KURLAND, LYNN  (Pseudonym of Lynn Curland.)


Dance Through Time, A  (Jove, 1996.)


A frustrated writer falls asleep and wakes up in 14th Century Scotland where she finally meets a man worthy of her love.  Falling for him does have its complications however.


Dreamer's Daughter (Berkley, 2015.)


Nine Kingdoms




Dreams of Stardust  (Jove, 2005.)


                A treasure hunter encounters amicable ghosts.


Dreamspinner (Berkley, 2013.)


Nine Kingdoms.




Garden in the Rain, A  (Berkley, 2003.)


                Time travel romance loosely linked to some of the author's other romances.


Gift of Magic  (Berkley, 2012.)




Love Came Just in Time  (Berkley, 2001.)


                Four short romantic fantasies.


Mage's Daughter, The  (Berkley, 2008.)


Nine Kingdoms #2.


A quest to discover the source of evil in a magical realm.


More I See You, The  (Berkley, 1999.)


                A young woman wishes herself back in the days of knights of armor, gets her wish, and discovers that romance isn't as easy as she expected.


Much Ado in the Moonlight  (Berkley, 2006.)


                Romance novel about a mischievous highlander ghost.


My Heart Stood Still  (Berkley, 2001.)


                A ghostly woman decides to steal the heart of a visiting financier.


One Enchanted Evening  (Jove, 2010.)


A man rehabilitates an old castle, with a little magical help.


One Magic Moment (Jove, 2011.)


Time travel romance.


Princess of the Sword  (Berkley, 2009.)


Nine Kingdoms #3.




River of Dreams (Berkley, 2014.)


Nine Kingdoms.




Stardust of Yesterday  ( Jove, 1996.)


A woman inherits an ancient castle and discovers after moving in that it is inhabited by the ghost of a noble knight to whom she is romantically attracted once she recovers from the initial fright.


Star of the Morning  (Berkley, 2006.)


Nine Kingdoms #1.


                A quest to find two magical storms with which to save a kingdom from invasion.


Tapestry of Spells, A  (Berkley, 2010.)


Nine Kingdoms #4.


A woman contends with her brother, who is using evil magic to destroy their kingdom.


Till There Was You  (Jove, 2009.)


Time travel romance.


Time for Love, A  (Berkley Sensation, 2010.)


Time travel romance.


Very Thought of You, The  (Jove, 1998.)


                A business tycoon finds a magical map that transports him back through time to Medieval England where he encounters a warrior woman with whom he falls in love..


When I Fall in Love  (Jove, 2007.)


                A time travel romance.


With Every Breath  (Jove, 2008.)


Time travel romance.




Study in Sorcery, A  (Ace, 1989.)


A Lord Darcy novel.


                Lord Darcy travels to the new world to help find out why a young Aztec noble has been murdered in the fashion of an ancient sacrifice.  A blend of fantasy and the detective story.


Ten Little Wizards  (Ace, 1988.)


A Lord Darcy novel.


                A continuation of the series begun by Randall Garrett.  Someone is murdering wizards, even though they are locked securely into their rooms at the time of their deaths.  So Lord Darcy must discover who is using magic as a weapon of murder.


KURTZ, KATHERINE  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Bastard Prince, The  (Del Rey, 1994.)


Deryni #15.


                The climactic battle between good and evil as the new king plots to foil his own supporters and return justice to the kingdom.


Bishop’s Heir, The  (Del Rey, 1984, Century, 1984.)


Deryni #7.


                The rebellious clergy has not accepted their defeat, and now they are allying themselves with a noble who seeks to split off a portion of the kingdom into a separate land where the Deryni will be forbidden to practice their magic.


Camber of Culdi  (Ballantine, 1976, Century, 1985.)


Deryni #4, Camber #1.


                A new series actually set generations before the initial trilogy.  A corrupt Deryni sorcerer holds the throne, and his corruption threatens to destroy the country.  Camber searches for a way to replace him with a more thoughtful and compassionate ruler.


Camber the Heretic  (Del Rey, 1981, Century, 1987.)


Deryni #6, Camber #3.


                When it becomes apparent that malevolent men will soon control the throne, Camber works in secret to help his fellow Deryni learn to hide their powers so that they can pass as ordinary humans and escape the persecutions yet to come.


Childe Morgan  (Ace, 2006.)


Deryni #18.


                A young boy with psychic powers is hated by the populace despite the protection provided by the king.


Chronicles of the Deryni, The  (Doubleday, 1985.)


                Omnibus of the first three Deryni novels.


Deryni Archives, The  (Del Rey, 1986.)


Deryni #10.


                A collection of short stories set in the magical world of the Deryni.


Deryni Checkmate  (Ballantine, 1972, Pan, 1973, Ace, 2005.)


Deryni #2.


                Fearing their own loss of prestige with the rise of a Deryni sorcerer to a position of power, the priesthood decides to stir up violence against the race of sorcerers in order to exterminate them completely.


Deryni Magic  (Del Rey, 1990.)


Deryni #11.


                A companion book to the Deryni series, mostly non-fiction with short bits of narrative.


Deryni Rising  (Ballantine, 1970, Pan, 1973.  Ace, 2004, revised.)


Deryni #1.


                The Deryni are a race of sorcerers in a parallel world similar to 9th Century Wales.  Although they are not popular with ordinary humans, one of their number has become an influential advisor to the King.  This results in many enemies determined to remove him from his position of authority.


Harrowing of Gwynedd, The  (Del Rey, 1989, Century, 1989.)


Deryni #12.


                With the death of the body now occupied by Camber of Culdi, a fresh wave of pogroms against the Deryni is in the offing, so once more they are forced to conceal their powers and go into hiding.


High Deryni   (Ballantine, 1973, Century, 1985, Ace, 2008.)


Deryni #3.


                Discovering that the new king is half Deryni sorcerer, the priesthood throws its support to a challenger to the throne, threatening to precipitate a bloody civil war.


In the King's Service  (Ace, 2003.)


Deryni #17.


                A story of court politics in this early story of the world of the Deryni, set when they were still common and mixed freely with normal humans.


King Javan’s Year  (Del Rey, 1992.)


Deryni #14.


                With the king dying, the nobles of the kingdom plot against the legitimate heir because of his known sympathies with the Deryni minority.  But Javan has some sorcerous powers of his own, and he is not about to be meekly set aside.


King Kelson's Bride  (Ace, 2000.)


Deryni #16.


                In order to preserve the stability of his kingdom, King Kelson must take a bride, even though his love has been taken from him in the past.  This time he is determined to make the choice by logic rather than emotion, if he can find a woman fit for the position.


King's Deryni, The (Ace, 2014.)


Deryni #19.




King’s Justice, The  (Del Rey, 1985, Arrow, 1986.)


Deryni #8.


                Civil war and religious fanaticism endanger the king’s continued rule as the church makes an issue of his partial Deryni ancestry, which they consider work of the devil.


Lammas Night  (Ballantine, 1983, Severn House, 1986.)


                Hitler is secretly recruiting witches to place curses on England, so a coven of British witches takes up the challenge and prepares to use magic to defend their country.


Quest for Saint Camber, The  (Del Rey, 1986, Century, 1987.)


Deryni #9.


                The king is searching for relics of a Deryni saint long dead when he is apparently killed in an accident.  This sets off a battle for the succession to the throne, the outcome of which will be affected by the return of the saint from his secret hiding place.


Saint Camber  (Del Rey, 1978, Century, 1985.)


Deryni #5, Camber #2.


                Although the evil sorcerer king has been replaced by a human ruler, the deposed man’s sister is plotting to seize the throne.  Once again Camber must forge an alliance between humans and Deryni to foil another challenge to the throne.


St. Patrick's Gargoyle  (Ace, 2001.)


                Gargoyles are actually disguised angels whose job is to protect sacred buildings.  One Irish gargoyle and a human ally must team up to prevent the unleashing of a demonic force in the modern world.


Two Crowns for America   (Bantam, 1996.)


A sorcerer in Europe is using dreams and magic to manipulate the leaders of the revolutionary movement in the American colonies.




Adept, The  (Ace, 1991, Severn House, 1992.)


Adept #1.


                A man who has been reincarnated many times and who possesses ancient magical powers appears for the first time, opposing a cult of black magicians who threaten to seize control of his native Scotland.


Dagger Magic  (Ace, 1995.)


Adept #4.


                An evil cult has salvaged a magical book from a sunken German submarine which contains magic which could lead to the rise of a new and more dangerous Reich on the ashes of the old.


Death of an Adept  (Ace, 1996.)


Adept #5.


                The sorcerer hero must once again organize his followers to oppose the plot of a secret cult living hidden without our modern world, possessed of dangerous magical powers.


Lodge of the Lynx, The  (Ace, 1992, Severn House, 1993.)


Adept #2.


                A modern day sorcerer battles the evil of a mysterious cult that has survived from ancient times and which plots to seize power.


Temple and the Crown, The  (Aspect, 2001.)


Temple #2.


                A secret order of alchemists manipulates the rulers of ancient Europe in a bid to gain possession of a trove of artifacts guarded by the Knights Templar.


Temple and the Stone, The  (Aspect, 1998.)


Temple #1.


                Inspired by mystic visions, a group of templars seeks to protect a magical artifact.


Templar Treasure, The  (Ace, 1993, Severn House, 1994.)


Adept #3.


                The Seal of Solomon has been stolen from the Knights Templar, and a contemporary magician must rally his allies and track down the missing artifact before the thieves can master its arcane powers.




Broken Wings  (Lovespell, 1996.)


                A pilot flying an antique plane slips back through time and finds romance.




Book Dragon, A  (Holt, 1987, Macmillan, 1987, Avon, 1991.)


                A likable dragon is trapped inside a book he swore to guard and is released after several centuries, finding himself in our world just in time to reintroduce magic into a culture that sorely needs it.


KUSHNER, ELLEN  (See also collaboration which follows.)


Enchanted Kingdom, The  (Bantam, 1986, Corgi, 1986.)


A Choose Your Own Adventure book.


Multi-path gamebook in which you find a valley occupied by fairies.


Privilege of the Sword, The  (Small Beer, ?, Bantam, 2006.)


United Kingdoms #2.


                A woman is forced to abandon her preconceived views of gender roles in an alternate, magical version of history.


Swordspoint  (Arbor House, 1987, Unwin, 1987, Tor, 1989.)


United Kingdoms #1.


                Clever story of dashing swordsmen and derring do in an imaginary 18th Century.


Thomas the Rhymer  (Morrow, 1990, Gollancz, 1991, Tor, 1991, Bantam, 2004.)


                A harpist is transported to the land of the fairies.




Fall of the Kings, The  (Bantam, 2002.)


United Kingdoms #2.


                A nobleman and a scholar uncover evidence that the wizards who aided the old monarchy were not charlatans after all, but actually did possess magical powers, and that they have not retreated entirely from the world.




Dark World, The  (Ace, 1964, Mayflower, 1967, Paizo, ?.  Magazine version 1946.)


A man from our world discovers he is a powerful but evil magician in an alternate universe.  Returned, the two aspects of his personality clash until the good one prevails and helps end the reign of a coven of dark magicians.


Elak of Atlantis  (Gryphon, 1985, Paizo, ?.)


                Collection of related stories.


Mask of Circe, The  (Ace, 1977.  Magazine version 1948.)


A modern day man discovers that he is a reincarnation of Jason and finds himself in a magical realm where the hero's adventures must be relived in a battle between Circe and the gods.


Prince Raynor  (Gryphon, 1987.)


                Collection of related stories about an heroic warrior.


Thunder in the Dawn (Armchair, 2015, bound with The Uncanny Experiments of Dr. Varsag by David V. Reed. Magazine appearance 1938.)


Elak wins a battle with an evil wizard.




Prophecy, The  (Berkley, 2011.)


Nostradamus was right!




Bell Tolls at Mousehaven Manor, The  (Scholastic, 1991.)


Mouse #2.


                Not seen.


Shadow Over Mousehaven Manor  (Scholastic,1989.)


Mouse #1.


                Not seen.


KYME, NICK  (Also writes Science Fiction.)


Grimblades  (Black Library, 2010.)


A Warhammer novel.


The government collapses when orcs and such invade, and a band of soldiers sets off to drive them out.


Honourkeeper (Black Library, 2009.)


A Warhammer novel.


A city of elves is invaded by barbarians.


Oathbreaker  (Black Library, 2008.)


A Warhammer novel.


War among the dwarves.


Tome of Fire  (Black Library, 2012.)


A Warhammer novel.