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Key West 2720 A.D  (Knights, 1989.)


                The US has disintegrated into warring city states.  Key West, unlike the rest of the former country, has provided a haven for homosexuals, but someone is plotting against the current government in order to change that policy.




Next Naval War, The  (Stanford, 1894.)


                Future war between England and France.




Gladiator, The  (Dell, 1981.)


                In the near future, half time at football games features gladiatorial battles to the death. 




Dragonfall Five and the Empty Planet  (Methuen, 1973, Lothrop, Lee, & Shepard, 1976.)


Dragonfall Five #3.




Dragonfall Five and the Haunted World  (Methuen, 1979.)


Dragonfall Five #7.




Dragonfall Five and the Hijackers  (Methuen, 1974.)


Dragonfall Five #4.




Dragonfall Five and the Master Mind  (Methuen, 1975._


Dragonfall Five #5.




Dragonfall Five and the Royal Beast  (Methuen, 1972, Morrow, 1975.)


Dragonfall Five #2.




Dragonfall Five and the Space Cowboys  (Methuen, 1972, Morrow, 1975.)


Dragonfall Five #1.




Dragonfall Five and the Super Horse  (Methuen, 1977.)


Dragonfall Five #6.




Planet in the Eye of Time  (Hodder, 1968.)


                Time travel back to the time of the Crucifixion.


Starclipper and the Galactic Final  (Methuen, 1987.)


Starclipper #3.




Starclipper and the Snowstone  (Methuen, 1986.)


Starclipper #2.




Starclipper and the Song Wars  (Methuen, 1985.)


Starclipper #1.




EASTERMAN, DANIEL  (Pseudonym of Dennis McEoin.  Writes horror fiction as Jonathan Aycliffe.)


Name of the Beast  (Harper, 1992.)


                Marginal thriller set at the onset of the millennium with terrorist organizations taking advantage of the general instability following the rising of a plague and a new religion appears in the deserts of Egypt.


EASTON, M. COLEMAN  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Swimmers Beneath the Bright  (Popular Library/Questar, 1987.)


                The last survivors of humanity are genetically engineered to live on an ocean world, but their future is in jeopardy when an ancient enemy appears in that solar system.




Alien Resonance  (Wildside, 2000.)


                Mysterious alien eggs drop from space.  Those who find them are moved to friendship and the government begins to think aliens are preparing us for an invasion.


Bigfoot Stalks the Coast of Maine and Other Twisted Downeast Tales  (Wildside, 2000.)


                Collection of related stories about strange events in a small town.


Electric Gene Machine, The  (Wildside, 2000.)


An Organic Future collection.


                Collection of related short stories.


Firefight  (Betancourt, 2003.)


                After ecoterrorists release a radioactive cloud in the US, a new construction project is plagued by mysterious events.


Great Flying Saucer Conspiracy, The  (Wildside, 2002.)


                Aliens have come to stay on Earth, but are they really telling the human race the whole truth about their motivation?


Greenhouse  (Ace, 1991.)


Organic Future #2.


                An orphan who seeks to find his original family discovers that the genetic engineering which has transformed the world has not been limited to lower animals, but applied in forbidden human applications as well.


Maine Quartet  (SRM, 2009.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Seeds of Destiny  (Ace, 1994.)


Organic Future #5.


                The machine enthusiasts have seized power and driven genetic engineering right out of the solar system.  The refugees are regrouping on another world, but the powers now holding Earth are determined to hunt them down and liquidate them forever.


Silicon Karma  (Borealis, 1997.)


                Humans are reunited with their dead friends and lovers when their personalities are uploaded into a virtual reality world, but this leads to the predictable complexities when they find that people have changed even after death.  And then someone external to the system begins manipulating their environment as well.


Sparrowhawk  (Ace, 1990.)


Organic Future #1.


                Bio-engineering has become the main source of human advancement, with tailored animals performing most of the work of the world.  So when someone begins turning out organic assassins, the authorities are understandably afraid that things have gotten out of hand.


Stones of Memory  (Wildside, 2000.)


                Following a worldwide ecological collapse, civilization is slowly rebuilding.  Aiding the survivors are the programmed "stones" which contain the knowledge of the past, but hindering them are religious fanatics who destroy the stones whenever they can.


Tower of the Gods  (Ace, 1993.)


Organic Future #4.


                Scientists are growing ever more ambitious with their genetic engineering projects, until one backfires and threatens to topple the complex society humanity has created and extended to the stars.


Unto the Last Generation  (Wildside, 2002.)




Woodsman  (Ace, 1992.)


Organic Future #3.


                A machine oriented terrorist group attempts to sabotage plans by society to genetically interbreed humans with animals and even plants to create more flexible organic devices.




Book of the Still, The  (BBC, 2002.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                A conspiracy to discover the location of people who have lost themselves in time.




Thought Translator, The  (Stellar, 1930.)


                Not seen.


ECCARIUS, J.G.  (Also writes Horror.)


Resurrection 2027  (III Publishing, 1995.)


                Confusing and confused account of woman in 2027 who is the reincarnation of someone who died in one of the plagues of the Millennium.


ECKERT, ALLAN W.  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Hab Theory, The  (Little, Brown, 1976, Popular Library, 1977.)


                Long, scientifically flawed story of a disaster caused when the Arctic gets so heavy with ice that the Earth falls over on its side, endangering ďall life in the universeĒ. 




Battle for Pellucidar, ERB, 2020.


Tarzan defends Pellucidar from the Nazis.


ECKLAR, JULIA  (See also L.A. Graf.)


Kobayashi Maru, The  (Pocket, 1989.)


A Star Trek novel.


Kirk and several crew members are cast adrift in a disabled shuttlecraft and help pass the time by retelling their experiences as young cadets at Starfleet. 


Regenesis  (Ace, 1995.)


                Episodic novel published as separate stories about the efforts to save various Earth species by transporting them to other planets where they can fit into the existing ecology.




Time of the Hedrons  (Avalon, 1968.)


                Psychics rule a post apocalyptic world.




Geosynchron  (Pyr, 2010.)


Jump 225 #3.


Revolution on an Earth transformed by technology.


Infoquake  (Solaris, 2008, Pyr, 2008.)


Jump 225 #1.


Battle for control of a new technology.


Multireal  (Pyr, 2008.)


Jump 224 #2.


A new technology threatens an aristocracy of the future.




Frogs at the Bottom of the Well  (Playboy, 1976.)


                Marginal thriller about a female FBI agent infiltrating a radical feminist terrorist organization that has control of a nuclear weapon.




Starfire  (Boxwood, 1961.)


                A child builds a device to travel to other worlds.


EDGAR, PETER  (Pseudonym of Peter Edgar King Kingscott.)


Cities of the Dead  (Digit, 1963.)


                Nuclear testing causes mutations among various sea creatures resulting in a tenfold increase in their size in this pleasant but minor ďBĒ movie story.




North Sea Mystery, The  (Ward Lock, 1930.)


                Future war story in which missiles are poised to destroy the British fleet.


Professorís Last Experiment, The  (Rich & Cowan, 1935.  MacDonald, 1946, as The Secret Voyage.)


                A world war is halted by the introduction of a new weapon.


Red Invader  (Ward Lock, 1933.)


                Germany and Russia plot to invade England.


Riddle of the Straits, The  (Ward Lock, 1931.)


                Future war between England and Japan vs the US and Russia.


Rockets (Operation Manhattan), The  (MacDonald, 1951.)


                Future war novel in which rockets are used to attack New York City.


Secret Voyage, The.  (See The Professorís Last Experiment.)


EDMONDS, HELEN  (Pseudonym of Anna Kavan, whom see.)


Ice  (Owen, 1967.)


                A new ice age threatens the world following a nuclear war.


EDMONDSON, G.C.  (See also collaborations which follow and also with Andrew J. Offutt as John Cleve.)


Aluminum Man, The  (Berkley, 1975.)


                An alien stranded on Earth gives a human the secret of a strain of bacteria that produces natural aluminum.  They begin producing the metal in their backyard, and attract the enmity of several major industrialists.


Blue Face  (DAW, 1972.  Doubleday, 1971, Hale, 1973, as Chapayeca.


                An anthropologist discovers that there is a genuine alien living with a tribe of Southwest Indians, but what he thinks will rejuvenate his career is actually a terrible danger that will change his life forever.


Chapayeca.  (See Blue Face.)


Man Who Corrupted Earth, The  (Ace, 1980.)


                The story of a group of entrepreneurs whose avarice overcomes the short sighted attitude of the human race by compelling them to begin relocating industry into space.


Ship That Sailed the Timestream, The  (Ace, 1965, bound with Stranger Than You Think, also by Edmondson.  Ace, alone, 1978, Arrow, 1971.)


Ship #1


                A modern day naval sailing ship encounters a freak storm that sends it back through the time to the days of the Vikings where they have a series of adventures before being returned in similar fashion to their own era.


Stranger Than You Think  (Ace, 1965, bound with The Ship That Sailed the Timestream, also by Edmondson.)


                Collection of related stories.


T.H.E.M.  (Doubleday, 1974.)




To Sail the Century Sea (Ace, 1981.)


Ship #2.


                The Navy finally admits that one of their ships actually traveled through time, and now theyíve found a way to duplicate the feat.  And so they send a mission back in an unwise attempt to alter the course of history.




Black Magician, The  (Del Rey, 1986.)


Cunningham #2.


                The protagonist has learned that the new intelligence enhancing treatment offered to the public involves a parasitic lifeform, and he canít understand why the government is hiding that fact, and its cure, from an increasingly susceptible public.


Cunningham Equations, The  (Del Rey, 1986.)


Cunningham #1.


                An alcoholic scientist is stirred from his usual ennui when someone tries to steal his dog, the first step on a trail that reveals to him a deadly danger.  Someone is offering to improve peopleís intelligence, but without telling them the price they will pay for the augmentation, which comes with the implantation of a parasite.


Maximum Effort  (Del Rey, 1987.)


Cunningham #3.


                Cunningham resists the pressure to have a parasite implanted in his own brain, even when those he loves submit to the process and urge him to join them.


Takeover, The  (Ace, 1984.)


                The Soviets have hidden nuclear weapons in many major US cities and demand that the country surrender.  The only hope of freedom is a fleet of nuclear powered and armed submarines and the chance that they can restore the balance of terror.




Bunduki  (Corgi, 1975, DAW, 1976.)


Bunduki #1.


                The adopted son of Tarzan of the Apes begins his own series of adventures in this jungle adventure story in which Bunduki and his cousin Dawn are kidnapped to a far world, where he has to overcome various dangers before he can rescue her and return to Africa.


Bunduki and Dawn  (Corgi, 1976.)


Bunduki #2.


                Once again the jungle warrior must escape his captors on the planet Zillikian and rescue his cousin Dawn from another primitive tribe.


Fearless Master of the Jungle  (Corgi, 1980.)


Bunduki #4.


                This time Bundukiís cousin Dawn gets to help rescue him from yet another primitive but nasty tribal leader.


Sacrifice for the Quagga God  (Corgi, 1976.)


Bunduki #3.


                Bunduki must rescue his cousin yet again, this time from a priest who wants to use her for human sacrifice, while simultaneously preventing the introduction of gunpowder to the primitive planet to which he has been abducted.




Eppís Trip to the Moon  (House of Field, 1945.)


                Not seen.




Next Stop - Mars!  (Greenwich, 1960.)


                The first expedition to Mars.


EDWARDS, GAWAIN  (Pseudonym of G. Pendray.)


Earth-Tube, The, Appleton, 1929.


                Oriental armies attack South America through an enormous tunnel.


Rescue from Jupiter, A (Armchair, 2016, bound with The Tattooed Man by Edmond Hamilton. Originally published in 1930.)


An expedition from Jupiter finds the last few surviving humans on Earth.




Earth Flight (Harper Voyager, 2014, Pyr, 2015.)


Earth #3.


A teenager becomes a celebrity known in multiple star systems.


Earth Girl  (Pyr, 2013.)


Earth #1.


A woman exiled to Earth has an adventure.


Earth Star (Pyr, 2014.)


Earth #2.


Although she cannot physically adapt to other worlds, a young woman may be key to contact with an alien race.




Arachnophobia  (Scholastic, 1990, from the screenplay by Don Jakoby, Al Williams, and Leslie Strick.)


                Marginal thriller about unusual killer spiders accidentally imported into a small town.


EDWARDS, NORMAN  (Collaboration between Terry Carr and Ted White, both of whom also see.)


Invasion from 2500  (Monarch, 1964.)


Invaders from a parallel world open a breach through space and time near Chicago and begin to attack with highly advanced weapons.  Standard and not particularly convincing invasion story.


EDWARDS, PAUL  (House pseudonym.  Not all volumes in the series were SF but all are listed for informational purposes.)


Brain Scavengers, The  (Pyramid, 1973.)


Expeditor #2.


                A spy rescues kidnapped American scientists from a secret Soviet base experimenting on human brains.


Deadly Cyborgs, The  (Pyramid, 1975.)


Expeditor #9.


                Biologically altered humans, cyborgs, are operating in the Himalayas where they are mistaken for abominable snowmen.


Death Devils, The  (Pyramid, 1974.)   (Robert Lory.)


Expeditor #8.


                The Chinese have genetically engineered a new insect which could potentially destroy the entire agricultural base of the free world.


Fist of Fatima, The  (Pyramid, 1973.)   (Robert Lory.)


Expeditor #4.


                Not SF.


Glyphs of Gold, The  (Pyramid, 1974.)   (Robert Lory.)


Expeditor #6.


                Marginal adventure set in a lost city in the Yucatan.


Green Goddess, The  (Pyramid, 1975.)


Expeditor #12.


                The Communists have discovered a new metal that provides a cheap electrical source.


Holocaust Auction, The  (Pyramid, 1975.)   (Robert Lory.)


Expeditor #10


                A brutal murder leads to the uncovering of a secret sale of a revolutionary new bomb that could destroy the world.


Ice Goddess, The  (Pyramid, 1974.)


Expeditor #7.


                A kidnapped scientist is connected to a new technology that is melting the polar ice caps and threatening the world.


Laughing Death, The  (Pyramid, 1973.)  (Robert Lory.)


Expeditor #3.


                Marginal thriller about a madman with a new poison gas he plans to use in highly populated areas.


Needles of Death  (Pyramid, 1973.)


Expeditor #1.


                A secret agent invades Communist China in order to destroy a superweapon that could result in the defeat of the West.


Operation Weatherkill  (Pyramid, 1975.)


Expeditor #13.


                An evil genius develops weather control devices with which he can cause floods.


Poppies of Death  (Pyramid, 1975.)


Expeditor #11.


                Not SF but included because the rest of the series is.  Routine spy thriller involving the drug trade.


Valley of Vultures  (Pyramid, 1973.)


Expeditor #5.


                A secret agent discovers the sinister secret behind a research institute that seems to be able to restore youth.




Terminus  (Macmillan, 1976.)


                Not seen.  After the holocaust in Africa.


EFFINGER, GEORGE ALEC  (See also collaboration with Jack Chalker & Mike Resnick, and with Gardner Dozois. Also writes Fantasy.)


Bird of Time, The  (Doubleday, 1986, New English Library, 1988.)


Time #2.


                A spoof of changewar stories, with a time tourist discovering something very strange in the Great Library of Alexandria and being recruited to help restore the proper flow of time.


Budayeen Nights  (Golden Gryphon, 2003.)


                Collection of mostly unrelated stories.


Death in Florence.  (See Utopia 3.)


Dirty Tricks  (Doubleday, 1978.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Escape to Tomorrow  (Award, 1975.)


Planet of the Apes TV #2.


Two episodes from the series, adapted from the scripts by Barry Oringer, Anthony Lawrence, Joe Ruby, & Ken Spears.


Exile Kiss, The  (Doubleday, 1991, Easton, 1991, Tor, 2006.)


Marid #3.


                Marid and his employer are running for their lives when a long time rival strikes unexpectedly, cutting them off from their power base.


Fire in the Sun, A  (Bantam, 1990, Orb, 2006.)


Marid #2.


                Marid is working as a police officer when he uncovers a terrorist campaign that claims the life of his partner and threatens his own.


Heroics  (Doubleday, 1979.)


Entropy #2.


                In a future when wealth is meaningless because machines provide everything people want, boredom is endemic and interpersonal relationships are the key to having an interesting life.  But sometimes things go amusingly wrong.


Idle Pleasures  (Berkley, 1983.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Irrational Numbers  (Doubleday, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Journey into Terror  (Award, 1975.)


Planet of the Apes TV #3.


Two episodes from the series, adapted from the scripts by David P. Lewis, Booker Bradshaw, & Robert Hamner.


League of Dragons  (Prima, 1997.)


A Castle Falkenstern novel.


                Sherlock Holmes battles Fu Manchu.


Live! From Planet Earth  (Golden Gryphon, 2005.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Look Away  (Axolotl, 1990.)


                Short novel about an alternative US history where the South prevailed during the Civil War.


Man the Fugitive  (Award, 1974.)


Planet of the Apes TV #1.


Two episodes from the series, adapted from the scripts by Edward J. Lakso amd Robert W. Lenski. 


Maureen Birnbaum, Barbarian Swordsperson  (Guild America, 1993.)


                Collection of related stories about a plucky womanís unlikely adventures.


Mixed Feelings  (Harper, 1974.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Nick of Time, The  (Doubleday, 1985, New English Library, 1987.)


Time #1.


                Humorous piece about the first time traveler who gets stuck for a while in the past, then is launched on an episodic journey through history.


Old Funny Stuff, The  (Pulphouse, 1989.)


                Collection of mostly unrelated stories.


Relatives  (Harper & Row, 1973, Dell, 1976.)


                Three separate but associated stories of the same character in three alternate worlds, including one where Germany won the first world war.


Schrodingerís Kitten  (Pulphouse, 1992.  Originally published in magazine form in 1988.)


                Short story pamphlet about a woman who can see the future.


Those Gentle Voices  (Warner, 1976.)


                The first interstellar expedition from Earth is launched to a star from which intelligent radio signals have been received, but when they arrive, they find far more than they expected.


Thousand Deaths, A  (Golden Gryphon, 2007.)


 Collection of related stories.


Utopia 3  (Playboy, 1980.  Doubleday, 1978, as Death in Florence.)


                Comic satire about an artificial society created in the middle of Europe in the near future.


What Entropy Means to Me  (Doubleday, 1972, Signet, 1973.)


Entropy #1.


                Indescribably funny story that about the many hilarious ways in which science, and the world, can go horribly wrong.  Features an attack by a giant radish.


When Gravity Fails  (Arbor House, 1986, Bantam, 1988, Easton, 1993, Orb, 2005.)


Marid #1.


                The Arab nations dominate the world of the future.  The protagonist is forced to accept surgery to make him a more efficient killer in service of a legitimized crime lord who wants him as a weapon against his rivals.


Wolves of Memory, The  (Putnam, 1981, Berkley, 1982.)


                TECT is the governing force on Earth.  It gives you a chance to pursue any career you wish.  But when the protagonist fails three times running, he is sent to another planet where he is certain to fit in, along with the raceís other misfits.


EFREMOV, IVAN  (See Ivan Yefremov.)


EGAN, DORIS  (See also Jane Emerson.)


Complete Ivory, The  (DAW, 2001.)


                Omnibus of the Ivory trilogy.


Gate of Ivory, The  (DAW, 1989.)


Ivory #1.


                A hybrid novel about a planet where magic works, although there are hints that it may just be an unimaginable superscience.  A visitor from offworld comes to do research, gets into trouble, and discovers that she has magical abilities of her own.


Guilt-Edged Ivory  (DAW, 1992.)


Ivory #3.


                The heroine is falsely accused of murder to dispose of a political rival of her loverís family, and must find the real guilty party to prove her own innocence.


Two-Bit Heroes  (DAW, 1992.)


Ivory #2.


                An offworlder and a local are investigating conditions in a remote part of Ivory when they are captured by outlaws after being chased by the local authorities who believe them to be thieves themselves.  Ultimately they discover the source of the unrest in the region, and bring it to an end.


EGAN, GREG  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Arrows of Time, The  (Night Shade, 2014.)


Space travel in a universe where the physical laws are different.


Axiomatic  (Millennium, 1995, Harper, 1997, Gollancz, 2008.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Clockwork Rocket, The (Night Shade, 2011.)


Rocket #1.


A looming crisis in a world where light works differently.


Crystal Nights and Other Stories  (Subterranean, 2009.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Diaspora  (Millenium, 1997, Harper, 1998, Gollancz, 2008.)


                Humans expand into the universe by putting minds into computers and robots.  As three diverse types of humans propagate, the existence of a rival alien culture causes a crisis.


Dichronauts, The (Night Shade, 2017.)


Adventures on a planet where the laws of nature appear different.


Distress  (Millennium, 1995, Harper, 1997, Gollancz, 2008.)


                In a world troubled by a bizarre new drug, an agent takes what is supposed to be a vacation on a remote island hosting an abstruse philosophical congress, and discovers a plot to gain control of the laws of the universe.


Eternal Flame, The  (Night Shade, 2012.)


Rocket #2.




Incandescence  (Gollancz, 2008, Night Shade, 2009.)


Intrigue in a very distant future interstellar civilization.


Luminous  (Millennium, 1998, Gollancz, 2008.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Permutation City  (Harper, 1995, Millennium, 1995, Gollancz, 2008.)


                In a future when you can achieve a kind of immortality by copying your personality into the internet, thereís a new problem.  Those artificial intelligences frequently desire to end their limited existence, which is supposed to be possible, but sometimes the originals prevent them from doing so in order to ensure their own quasi-immortality.


Quarantine  (Legend, 1992, Harper, 1995, Millennium, 1999, Gollancz, 2008.)


                Aliens enclose the solar system in a force bubble to prevent us from reaching the stars, and this gives rise to millennial cults and other violence on Earth.


Schildís Ladder  (Gollancz, 2002, Tor, 2002.)


                In the distant future, an experiment starts a chain reaction that is rapidly spreading through the universe, absorbing entire planets.


Teranesia  (Harper, 1999, Gollancz, 1999, Avon, 2000, Millennium, 2000.)


                Two children see their parents killed in a military clash on an unnamed island near Indonesia.  Years later, they return as members of two separate expeditions, one intent on studying the local wildlife, which exhibits unique characteristics, the other determined to conceal imagined guilt for the past.


Zendegi  (Night Shade, 2011.)


Can proxy characters in virtual reality become so realistic that they should be afforded human rights?




Perseus Breed, The  (Pageant, 1988.)


                A man investigates a series of incidents in which beautiful women periodically disappear from the face of the Earth, and uncovers a plot with its origin in a vessel from another world.


EGBERT, H.M.  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Draught of Eternity  (Long, 1924.)


                A drug allows the protagonist to visit the future where America has been conquered.




Judas Mandate, The  (Coward, McCann, & Geogheghan, 1972, Hodder, 1972, Pinnacle, 1974.)


David Garnett #3.


                The underground is planning to free a number of British political prisoners and smuggle them out of the country so that they can set up a government in exile in North America.


Last Post for a Partisan  (Coward, McCann, & Geogheghan, 1971, Hodder, 1971, Pinnacle, 1974.)


David Garnett #2.


                British resistance against the Soviet invasion continues, and the underground is forced to take drastic measures against traitors within their own organization.


Piece of Resistance, A  (Coward, McCann, & Geogheghan, 1970, Hodder, 1970, Pinnacle, 1974.)


David Garnett #1.


                The Russians have occupied the British Isles and the protagonist is a military intelligence officer who becomes a key member in the underground resistance.


State Visit  (Hodder, 1976.)


                Marginal thriller about the assassination of the Queen of England.


EHRENFELD, DAVID  (See collaboration with Carol K. Mack.)




Last Dog on Earth, The  (Dell Yearling, 2004.)


                Young adult novel about a disease that sweeps the world, turning dogs into killers.


EHRLICH, MAX  (Also writes Horror.)


Big Eye, The  (Doubleday, 1949, Book League of America, 1950, Bantam, 1950, Dollar Book Club, 1950, Popular Library, 1950, Boardman, 1951, Arrow, 1954, Corgi, 1960.)


                Just as the US and Russia seem poised for a nuclear war, a distraction appears in the form of a runaway planet on a collision course with the Earth.  As the event approaches, government collapses and chaos sweeps over the world.


Edict, The  (Doubleday, 1971, Bantam, 1972, based on the screenplay by the author and Frank De Felitta.   Film title was Z.P.G.)


                To combat overpopulation, the illogical edict is handed down that no one will give birth for a period of thirty years, so naturally a number of people including the protagonists refuse to comply and become outlaws in order to raise a family.




Blue Helix, The  (Vienna, 1999.)


                An aging biochemist discovers the secret of restored youth, but he and his wife discover that it isn't as simple to adjust as they expected.  They also differ about whether or not to make his discovery public.




Hermes Stone, The  (Manor, 1979.)


                An investigator working with primitive Martian animal life uncovers a great secret when a mysterious crystal drives a placid animal into a violent frenzy.




Day New York Went Dry, The  (Gold Medal, 1964.)


                Near future disaster novel in which a terrible drought hits New York City and the government gives way to violence and anarchy.




Best Laid Schemes, The  (Macmillan, 1971, Collier, 1973.)


                Collection of connected humorous stories about Duckworth the biochemist.


EISENSTEIN, PHYLLIS  (Also writes Fantasy.)


In the Hands of Glory  (Pocket, 1981.)


                In the waning days of a crumbling galactic empire, a patrol officer discovers that the service no longer deserves her loyalty and that the rebels on a local planet may actually present a better hope for the future of humanity.


Shadow of Earth  (Dell, 1979.)


                The protagonist finds herself thrust into an alternate world where the Spanish Armada succeeded in conquering England, and the British influence in the New World was greatly reduced.  And this very different North America has some very different dangers.




Counter the Koman  (American Literary, 1998.)


                A handful of humans are carried off into interstellar space where they are instrumental in settling a dangerous conflict.


EKLUND, GORDON  (See collaborations with Poul Anderson and with Gregory Benford.)


Alien Realms  (Star, 1980.)


Tedric #4.


                Not seen.


All Times Possible  (DAW, 1974.)


                Intriguing story of a man who set out to alter history by keeping the US out of the second World War, and then discovered that he had to make other changes constantly to prevent an even less pleasant future than the original one.


Black Knight of the Iron Sphere  (Baronet, 1979, Star, 1979, Ace, 1981.)


Tedric #3.


                Tedric is declared a traitor as part of a ruse in order to infiltrate a criminal organization pretending to be a legitimate rebel alliance against a corrupt and faltering empire.


Dance of the Apocalypse  (Laser, 1976.)


                A standard story of the survivors of a nuclear war rebuilding civilization from within the shattered cities of North America.


Devil World  (Bantam, 1979, Corgi, 1985.)


A Star Trek novel.


The Enterprise visits an enigmatic planet whose inhabitants seem to have almost supernatural powers, the greatest of which is a disembodied alien intelligence who may be the most powerful being in the universe.


Eclipse of Dawn  (Ace, 1971.)


                The US has been ravaged by a new civil war that left Washington in ruins and the nation crippled by a foreign embargo.  A Presidential candidate announces that he will restore the country with the assistance of the super science provided by an alien race from Jupiter.


Falling Toward Forever  (Laser, 1975.)


                A professional soldier becomes the plaything of a mysterious force that keeps moving him forward through time to one crisis after another.


Garden of Winter, The  (Berkley, 1980.)


                Odd novel about the power of love surviving in a world that has descended into chaos.


Grayspace Beast, The  (Doubleday, 1976, Pocket, 1977.)


                A band of adventurers sets out to destroy a gigantic beast that exists in space, in an anomaly similar to a pocket universe.


Lord Tedric  (Ace, 1978, Baronet, 1978.)


Tedric #1.


                A hero is pulled from an alternate universe where magic works into that of a galactic empire threatened by invasion by an alien race.


Serving in Time  (Laser, 1975.)


                In the year 2500 a man joins the government time service, but soon conceives an agenda of his own.  If a few critical events in history were to be changed, perhaps the result would be the perfect world he envisions.  But as one might expect, things donít go the way he intended.


Space Pirates  (Baronet, 1979, Wingate, 1979, Ace, 1980.)


Tedric #2.


                Tedric is now leading a band of outlaws, pirates, and other outcasts in an open though limited revolt against the family that has assumed control of the Terran Empire.


Starless World, The  (Bantam, 1978, Corgi, 1985.)


A Star Trek novel.


The Enterprise encounters an artificial world with its own internal sun, but doomed by its proximity to black hole unless Kirk and crew can find a way to save a world.  At the same time, they must deal with a possibly supernatural entity and a crew of Klingon political refugees.


Thunder on Neptune, A  (Morrow, 1989.)


                A young boy with a badly disabled body is recruited into a scientific mission to use a matter transmitter to transform his body into one capable of living on the surface of the planet Neptune.


Trace of Dreams, A  (Ace, 1972.)


                On a remote world, a rebel band makes periodic forays from their mountain strongholds, while the media treats the entire conflict as a sporting event.


Twilight River, The  (Dell, 1979, bound with The Tery by F. Paul Wilson.)


                Short novel about a far future Earth where werewolves, vampires, and magicians are all effectively real thanks to advanced science.




Science Fiction Stories  (Pocket, 1964.  Lantern Press, 1952, as Teen-Age Science Fiction Stories.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Super Science Stories  (Pocket, 1967.  Lantern Press, 1957, as Teen-Age Super Science Stories)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Teen-Age Science Fiction Stories.  (See Science Fiction Stories.)


Teen-Age Super Science Stories.  (See Super Science Stories.)


Young Readers Science Fiction Stories  (Grosset & Dunlap, ?, Lantern, 1957.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Young Stowaways in Space  (Lantern, 1960.)


                Not seen.


Young Visitor to Mars  (Lantern, 1953.)


                Two youngsters visit the moon and Mars and have various adventures.


Young Visitor to the Moon  (Criterion, 1965.)


                Not seen.




Alien Earth, The  (Pinnacle, 1971, Hale, 1971.)


                A space pilot crashlands on a primitive Earth and uses suspended animation repeatedly, hoping to waken in an age when the natives will have advanced sufficiently to help him escape back to space.


Centaurian Quest  (?, 1975.)


                Not seen.


Different World, A  (Hale, 1974.)


                Not seen.


Double Time  (?, 1976.)


                Not seen.


Down to Earth  (Hale, 1973.)


Barclay #3.


                Not seen.


Everlasting Man, The  (Hale, 1972.)


                Not seen.


Flight to Terror  (Pinnacle, 1973.  Hale, 1973, as The Perfumed Planet.)


Barclay #2.


                A handful of people survive the crashlanding of an experimental spaceflight and struggle to survive on an alien world.


Island of the Dead, The  (Hale, 1975.)


Barclay #5.


                Not seen.


Mindquest  (?, 1978.)


Mind #2.


                Not seen.


Mindslip  (?, 1976.)


Mind #1.


                Not seen.


Nowhere on Earth   (Hale, 1972, Pinnacle, 1973.)


Barclay #1.


                Telepathic police are used to keep control of a massively overpopulated Earth.  A docile citizen grows distressed when his wife and child disappear and eventually is drawn to a secretive rebel organization that wants to overthrow the current government.


Oil Planet  (Readers Union, 1978.)


Oil #2.


                Not seen.


Oil Seeker  (Readers Union, 1977.)


Oil #1.


                Implausible space opera about communists and capitalists seeking oil reserves on distant planets.


Paradise Is Not Enough  (Hale, 1970, Pinnacle, 1971.)


                In a future when robots have taken over all the work in the world, the only profession left is acting.  But now the robots are planning to take over that role as well, until one actor objects and starts a rebellion that will reshape the future of humanity.


Perfumed Planet, The  (See Flight to Terror.)


Seeds of Frenzy, The  (Hale, 1974.)


Barclay #4.


                Not seen.


ELDERSHAW, M. BARNARD  (Pseudonym of Marjorie Faith Barnard and Flora Sydney Patricia Eldershaw)


Tomorrow and Tomorrow  (Georgian House, 1947, Phoenix House, 1949, Virago, 1983, Dial, 1984.)


                A look back at the 20th Century from an inhabitant of the 24th.




Fishers of Darksea, The  (Gollancz, 1972.)


                Genetically altered Eskimos are used to find uranium.  One member of their tribe is cast out when he warns of danger from the sea.


ELFMAN, ERIC (See also collaboration with Neal Shusterman.)


Our Town  (Harper, 1997, based on the screenplay by Frank Spotnitz.)


An X Files novel.


                A small town turns to cannibalism to acquire certain restorative powers.


ELGIN, SUZETTE HADEN  (Also writes Fantasy.)


At the Seventh Level  (DAW, 1972.)


Coyote Jones #3.


                A world famous for its poor treatment of women is forced to alter its laws in order to join an interstellar alliance.  This allows one extraordinary woman to reach the highest levels of its society, which makes her the target of recidivist males.


Communipaths, The  (Ace, 1970, bound with ?)


Coyote Jones #1




Communipath Worlds, The  (Pocket, 1980.)


                Omnibus of the first three Coyote Jones books.


Earthsong  (DAW, 1994.)


Native Tongue #3.


                Earth is cut off from interstellar trade, and the male dominated society must consider change when it appears that only an organization of linguistically trained women can save the situation.


Furthest  (Ace, 1971.)


Coyote Jones #2.


                An agent is sent to the most remote human world to find out why everyone there is statistically average.  He unwisely gets involved in the planetís internal affairs and discovers that the culture is even stranger than he thought.


Judas Rose, The  (DAW, 1987, Womenís Press, 1988.)


Native Tongue #2.


                Human traders study linguistics to give themselves an advantage when trading with alien races, but unbeknownst to the males dominating human culture, an underground organization of women is studying that same science in order to improve their own standing.


Native Tongue  (DAW, 1984, Womenís Press, 1985.)


Native Tongue #1.


                The US reverts to a male dominated society and relegates women to subsidiary roles, which sets off a simmering slow war between the sexes that lasts for centuries, and extends into interstellar space.


Other End of Time, The  (DAW, 1986.)


Coyote Jones #5.


                Jones travels to a hidden world to discover the identity of an unprecedentedly powerful telepath whose broadcasts are disrupting the psychic communications network that spans the stars.


Star-Anchored, Star-Angered  (DAW,  1979.)


Coyote Jones #4.


                Jones is off to investigate a woman who claims to be a messiah capable of performing miracles.  But is that what sheís doing, or is she using telepathy to implant illusions in the minds of her followers?




Bowman Test, The  (Dell, 1977.)


                A researcher discovers a means by which he can accurately predict in advance the day of any individualís death from natural causes.  But before he can reap the benefits of his discovery, he discovers that someone knows his secret, and plans to steal it.


Sonora Mutation, The  (Avon, 1978.)


                A new strain of powerful narcotic is being imported from Mexico, and the ensuing investigation reveals that Soviet missiles are being hidden there as well.  A borderline near future political thriller.


ELIAS, HORACE J.  (Also writes Fantasy and Horror.)


Flash Gordon in the Sand World of Mongo  (Barnes & Noble, 1976.)


A Flash Gordon adventure.


                Short story with lots of pictures in which Flash saves the day after competing in an arena.


Itís About Time  (Modern Promotions, 1977.)


                Childrenís story about the Flintstones.


ELIOT, E.C.  (Pseudonym of Reginald Alec Martin. See also Simon Latter.)


Kemlo and the Craters of the Moon  (Nelson, 1955.)


Kemlo #5.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Crazy Planet  (Nelson, 1954.)


Kemlo #1.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the End of Time  (Nelson, 1957.)


Kemlo #10.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Gravity Rays  (Nelson, 1956.)


Kemlo #8.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Martian Ghosts  (Nelson, 1959.)


Kemlo #4.


                An expedition to Deimos runs into a series of disasters before the crew realizes that they are not alone on the supposedly lifeless moon.


Kemlo and the Masters of Space  (Nelson, 1963.)


Kemlo #15.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Purple Dawn  (Nelson, 1957.)


Kemlo #9.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Satellite Builders  (Nelson, 1960.)


Kemlo #13.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Sky Horse  (Nelson, 1954.)


Kemlo #3.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Space Invaders  (Nelson, 1961.)


Kemlo #14.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Space Lanes  (Hamlyn Merlin, 1955.)


Kemlo #6.


                A young boy who has spent his entire life in space warns the authorities about a mysterious, gigantic spaceship, but as usual they disregard his warning until itís too late and the phantom ship is attacking and destroying space vessels. For younger readers.


Kemlo and the Space Men  (Nelson, 1959.)


Kemlo #12.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Star Men  (Hamlyn Merlin, 1955.)


Kemlo #7.


                Kemlo and his friend explore a mysterious cloud in space, and discover visitors from another star system spying on humanity.


Kemlo and the Zombie Men  (Nelson, 1958.)


Kemlo #11.


                Not seen.


Kemlo and the Zones of Silence  (Nelson , 1954.)


Kemlo #2.




Tas and the Space Machine  (Nelson, 1955.)


Tas #1.


                Not seen.


Tas and the Postal Rocket  (Nelson, 1955.)


Tas #2.


                Not seen.




Dark Place, The  (Walker, 1983, Popular Library, 1986, Warner, 1994.)


                Marginal thriller about a surviving prehistoric Indian culture hidden in North America.


ELLANBY, BOYD  (Pseudonym of William Boyd.)


Star Lord, The  (Armchair, 2011, bound with Captives of the Flame by Samuel R. Delany. Magazine appearance, 1953.)


A starship runs into trouble.




New Lensman  (Orbit, 1976.)


                A sequel to the classic series by Edward E. Smith.


ELLIOT, JOHN  (See collaborations with Fred Hoyle.)


ELLIOTT, BRUCE  (Pseudonym of Walter Gardner Lively Stacy.)


Asylum Earth  (Belmont, 1968.)


                Some unknown force has intervened in human culture, causing scientific progress to virtually come to a halt.  The protagonist is one of several people who gradually realizes we are being manipulated by a force not native to this Earth.


Planet of Shame (Armchair, 2011, bound with The Ultimate Peril by Robert Abernathy. Magazine appearance 1961.)


Revolution on a planet with very Puritan laws.


Rivet in Grandfatherís Neck, The  (Curtis, 1970.)


                The planet New Australia is ostensibly a Utopian society, although one with rather Victorian attitudes toward sex.  When one of the inhabitants discovers the wonders of alcohol, it acts to counteract his conditioning and he begins to question the status quo.




Sex Machine, The  (Rapture, ?)


                Pornography involving robotic sex.


ELLIOTT, ELTON  (See Richard Elliott.)




Among the Dangs  (Holt Rinehart Winston, 1961, Secker Warburg, 1962, Viking, 1966, compass, 1966.)


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


Hour of Last Things, An  (?, 1968.)


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




Reprieve from Paradise  (Gnome, 1955.)


                Polynesians dominate whatís left of the world after a nuclear war, but they find rivals in a dystopian group based in Antarctica.


ELLIOTT, JANICE  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Summer People, The  (Hodder, 1980.)


                Near future collapse of civilization novel.


ELLIOTT, JANNEAN  (See collaboration with A.C. Crispin.)




Dragon Feast  (Belmont, 1970.)


                The Russians and Chinese have teamed up to conquer the US with relative ease, using nerve gas and mass hypnosis.  The small but determined resistance movement is itself split into two factions, one advocating immediate violence, the other preferring to wait for a better opportunity.  But the conquerors force them to act sooner than they wish.


ELLIOTT, KATE  (Pseudonym of Alis Rasmussen, whom see.  The Sword of Heaven series is a sequel to Jaran.)


Earthly Crown, An  (DAW, 1993.)


Jaran #2.


                After his revolution fails, an aristocrat masquerades as an actor in order to visit another world to find his sister, who is hiding from the government.


His Conquering Sword  (DAW, 1993.)


Jaran #3..


                Complex novel of planetary politics with nomadic warriors conquering their neighbors and clever humans plotting against their alien masters.


Jaran  (DAW, 1992, Pan, 1994.)


Jaran #1.


                A woman is marooned on a distant world but finds adventure and true love in the process.


Law of Becoming, The  (DAW, 1994.)


Jaran #4.


                Humans secretly plot against their alien masters, and develop new technologies which might give them the edge in the forthcoming battle.


ELLIOTT, LEE  (House pseudonym.)


Bio-Muton  (Curtis, 1952.)   (Dennis Talbot Hughes.)


                An attempt to create life goes wrong.


Overlord New York  (Curtis, 1953.)


                When the US is conquered by an Asian army, some flee in a spaceship which returns generations later to find aliens running the planet.


Third Mutant, The  (Curtis, 1952.)  (William Bird.)


                A planetary dictator threatens to throw stars at other planets.


ELLIOTT, NATHAN  (Pseudonym of Christopher Evans, whom see)


Earth Invaded  (Grafton, 1986.)


Hood #1.


                Not seen.


Kidnap in Space  (Dragon, 1987.)


Star Pirates #1.


                Not seen.


Liberators, The  (Grafton, 1986.)


Hood #3.


                Not seen.


Plague Moon  (Dragon, 1987.)


Star Pirates #2.


                Not seen.


Slaveworld  (Grafton, 1986.)


Hood #2.


                Not seen.


Steven Spielbergís Innerspace  (Dragon, 1987, from the screenplay by Chip Proser and Jeffrey Boam.)


                Scientists explore the world of miniaturization.


Treasure Planet  (Dragon, 1987.)


Star Pirates #3.


                Not seen.


ELLIOTT, RICHARD  (Pseudonym of Richard Geis and Elton Elliott.)


Burnt Lands, The  (Gold Medal, 1985.)


John Norris #2.


                A devastating new weapon lays waste to much of the Earth, but the US manages to survive relatively intact.  A super agent is dispatched to make certain that the status remains quo.


Sword of Allah, The  (Gold Medal, 1984.)


John Norris #1.


                An Arab dictator is master of a new superweapon with which he can destroy the US without fear of reprisal.  A topnotch spy is sent to undermine his plans.




Going  (Harper & Row, 1975.)


                Near future novel where euthanasia is mandatory.


ELLIS, ALBERT C.  (See also collaboration which follows.)


Worldmaker  (Ace, 1985.)


                Computer chips implanted in a manís brain give him the ability to literally reshape the world around him.  Unfortunately, he isnít the only one who underwent the operation, so competing worldviews begin to bump up against one another




Death Jag  (Manor, 1979.)


                Confusing mismatch about a clone that is provided with telepathic abilities, then hidden in another dimension, compelling the protagonist to search the universes to find him.




Space Voyage  (See A Thousand Ages.)


Thousand Ages, A  (Digit, 1961.  Bill Ewington, 1973, as Space Voyage.)


                A space crew returns from the stars to find that a thousand years have passed on Earth.  In the interim, industrialized society has fallen and the world has descended into barbarism.




Hallelujah  (Atheneum, 1976.)


                A strange adventure story for younger readers in which two young step brothers are transported to another planet and have various adventures before returning home, during which they learn to respect each other.




Explorers of Willow Wood Springs  (Roundtable, 1989.)


Willow Wood #2.


                A group of friends explore the last uncharted portion of their planet, discovering swamp monsters, a mysterious wiseman, and other dangers.


Invasion of Willow Wood Springs  (Roundtable, 1989.)


Willow Wood #3.


                The recurring characters travel across more dangerous country as they try to return home in time to defeat a villain who is using mind control to seize control of their planet.


Legend of Willow Wood Springs  (Roundtable, 1989.)


Willow Wood #1


                The planet Reath is threatened by invaders from another world, so a party of local residents goes on a cross country trek to find the secret with which to defeat them.




Zalma  (Tower, 1895.)


                Not seen.




Beware Tomorrow  (Decade, 1980.)


                A group of humans are kidnapped into space by inhabitants of the planet Venus and discover that the Earth is about to be destroyed.


ELLISON, HARLAN  (See also collaboration with Edward Bryant.)


All the Lies That Are My Life  (Underwood, 1980.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


All the Sounds of Fear  (Panther, 1973.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Alone Against Tomorrow  (Macmillan, 1971, Collier, 1972.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Angry Candy  (Houghton Mifflin, 1988, Plume, 1989.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Approaching Oblivion  (Walker, 1974, Millington, 1976, Signet, 1976, Bluejay, 1985.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World, The  (Avon, 1969, Signet, 1974, Millington, 1976, Bluejay, 1984, Borderlands, 1994.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Biddy and the Silver Man (Armchair, 2020, bound with Four Day Planet by H.Beam Piper. Magazine appearance 1957.)


Aliens intervene to prevent World War III.


Can and Can'tankerous (Edgeworks Abbey, 2016.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


City on the Edge of Forever, The  (Borealis, 1996.)


                Ellisonís original screenplay for the Star Trek episode, with much commentary and associated materials.


Deathbird Stories  (Harper & Row, 1975, Dell, 1976, Millington, 1977, Bluejay, 1984, Easton, 1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Doomsman  (Belmont, 1967, bound with Telepower by Lee Hoffman. Reissued in 1972 bound with The Thief of Thoth by Lin Carter. Magazine version, 1958.)


                Novella about a man conditioned to assassinate his father, who is viewed as a world dictator.


Dreams With Sharp Teeth  (Quality Paperback Club, 1991.)


                Three volume collection of unrelated stories including Deathbird Stories, I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, and Shatterday.


Earthman, Go Home!  (See Ellison Wonderland.)


Edgeworks 1  (Borealis, ?)


Edgeworks 2  (Borealis, ?)


Edgeworks 3  (Borealis, ?)


Edgeworks 4, Borealis, 1997.


                Omnibus of The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World and Love Ainít Nothing But Sex Misspelled.


Ellison Wonderland  (Paperback Library, 1962, Signet, 1974,  Bluejay, 1984.  Paperback Library, 1964, as Earthman, Go Home!)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Essential Ellison, The  (Nemo, 1987, Morpheus, 1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Fantasies of Harlan Ellison, The  (Gregg, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Footsteps  (Footsteps Press, 1989.)


                Short story in pamphlet form.


From the Land of Fear  (Belmont, 1967.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream  (Pyramid, 1967, Ace, 1983.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


I, Robot: The Illustrated Screenplay  (Warner, 1994.)


                The unproduced screenplay for a movie based on four short stories from Asimovís robot series.


Illustrated Ellison, The  (Baronet, 1978, Ace, 1980.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Love Ainít Nothing But Sex Misspelled  (Trident, 1968, Pyramid, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories only a few of which are fantastic.


Man With Nine Lives, The  (Ace, 1960, bound with A Touch of Infinity, also by Ellison.)


                Episodic adventure about a man who agrees to perform various missions for a supercomputer that governs human destiny in order to have a chance for revenge on the man who ruined his life.


Mefisto in Onyx  (Ziesing, 1993.)


                Novella about a telepathic eavesdropping on a convicted serial killer who may be innocent after all.


Mind Fields  (Morpheus, 1994.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Over the Edge  (Belmont, 1970.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Paingod  (Pyramid, 1965.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Partners in Wonder  (Walker, 1971, Avon, 1972, Pyramid, 1975.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Repent Harlequin, Said the Ticktockman  (Underwood, 1997.)


                Illustrated hardcover version of the short story about rebellion against totalitarianism.


Run for the Stars  (Tor, 1991, bound with Echoes of Thunder by Jack Dann.)


                Short space opera.


Shatterday  (Houghton Mifflin, 1980, Berkley, 1982, Tachyon, 2007.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Slippage  (Houghton Mifflin, 1997, Mark Ziesing, 1997.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Stalking the Nightmare  (Phantasia, 1982, Berkley, 1984.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Strange Wine  (Harper & Row, 1978, Warner, 1979, Ibooks, 2005.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Time of the Eye, The  (Panther, 1974.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Touch of Infinity, A  (Ace, 1960, bound with The Man With Nine Lives, also by Ellison.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Troublemakers  (Ibooks, 2001.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


ELLISON, J.T. (See collaboration with Catherine Coulter.) 




Steel Grubs, The  (Selwyn & Blount, 1928.)


                Not seen.




Sexual Coquette  (See Pleasure Planet by Edward George.)




Cheetah Caper, The  (Whitman, 1969.)


A Batman adventure.


The caped duo tracks down a costumed burglar victimizing Gotham City.  For younger readers.


Spider-Man Zaps Mr. Zodiac  (Whitman, 1976.)


Spidey defeats a supervillain who derives his superpowers from astrology.  For younger readers.


Superman Smashes the Secret of the Mad Dictator  (Whitman, 1966.)


Superman travels to a foreign country to help end the reign of a repressive dictator.   For younger readers.




Stark  (Michael Joseph, ?, Sphere, 1989.)


                Pollution threatens to destroy Australia.


This Other Eden  (?, 1993, Pocket, 1995.)


                Satire about a marketing battle and social upheaval when a company tries to push affordable biospheres as a way to escape from the approaching environmental collapse.




Green Plantations, The  (Ward Lock, 1955.)


                The human race overthrows alien rulers.


Quest of the Seeker, The  (Badger, 1958.)


                Not seen.


ELWOOD, ROGER  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Wandering, The  (Power, 1990.)


                An exile from an interstellar civilization dominated by evil finds their influence everywhere.




Journal of the Flood Year, A  (Donald Fine, 1992.)


                Dikes have been built off the American coast.  A man who suspects the system is failing is followed by sinister government robots.


Seconds  (Pantheon, 1963, Secker & Warburg, 1963, Signet, 1964, Four Square, 1965, Lightyear, 1997.) 


                A secretive organization is remaking older men into young, handsome, virile ones.


Time Out  (Secker  & Warburg, 1968.)


                Collection of unrelated stories, only a few of which are SF.




Cruise of the Gyro-Car, The  (Hodder, 1910.)


                Not seen.


Flying Boat, The  (Hodder, 1912.)


                Not seen.


King of the Air  (Hodder, 1908.)


                Not seen.


Thousand Miles an Hour, A  (Oxford University Press, 1924.)


                Not seen.




Dragon Sun  (Pocket, 2001.)


Alpha Centauri #1.


                A complex battle is underway for control of a colonized world.


Twilight of the Mind  (Pocket, 2002.)


Alpha Centauri #3.


                An attempt to rebuild civilization on a distant world runs into predictable problems.




One Hundred Years Hence  (Nash, 1911.)


                Not seen.


EMERSON, JANE  (Pseudonym of Doris Egan, whom see.)


City of Diamond  (DAW, 1996.)


                Aliens have provided humans with advanced technology such that city sized ships ply the spaceways.  But two of these are engaged in an increasingly vicious political struggle, and the search for an alien artifact of even greater power becomes the focus of both groups.


EMERSON, KEVIN (Also writes Horror.)


Dark Shore, The (Tegen, 2013.)


Atlanteans #2.




Far Dawn (Tegen, 2014.)


Atlanteans #3.




Lost Code, The (Tegen, 2012.)


Atlanteans #1.


Earth is devastated by ecological disaster.


EMERSON, RU  (See also collaboration with A.C. Crispin.)


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


Father Daughter Disaster!  (Minstrel, 1997.)


Alex Mack #16.


                A group of young thugs are threatening to disrupt the school dance, but Alex uses her powers to keep them under control.




4-D Funhouse, The  (TSR, 1985.)


A multi-path gamebook involving a physicist who builds a funhouse that impinges on the Fourth Dimension, thereby allowing participants to experience a change in the laws of nature.


Jumping the Jack  (Betancourt, 2003.)


                Two engineers find themselves trapped in an enormous doomed space station with unruly colonists and a race of bellicose but intelligent lizards.




Casualties of War  (BBC, 2000.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                A mysterious evil force is operating within the boundaries of a field hospital during World War I, and the Doctor must find out what is is.


Dark Progeny  (BBC, 2001.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The terraforming of a new colony world is going awry.  Someone appears to be sabotaging the machinery, and things grow even more complicated with the birth of several telekinetic children.




High Command  (Zebra, 1986.)


                The Russians have conquered England and occupied the country, keeping the rest of the world at bay with the threat of a nuclear war.  Inside the British Isles, an intelligence officer organizes a raid on the occupation headquarters to rescue the woman he loves.




Mission to Venus  (Ballantine, 1986.)


                A Doctor Who multi-path gamebook.


Galaxy Four  (Target, 1985.)


A Doctor Who novel.


The Doctor lands on a doomed world where survivors of two crashed alien vessels are engaged in constant battle.  When he is asked to intercede for one side, he discovers that appearances aren't always truthful.


EMSHWILLER, CAROL  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Collected Stories of Carol Emshwiller, The  (Nonstop, 2011.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


I Live With You  (Tachyon, 2005.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Joy in Our Cause  (Harper & Row, 1974.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Mount, The  (Small Beer, ?)


A young boy is enslaved to an alien.


Report to the Men's Club  (Small Beer, ?)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Secret City, The  (Tachyon, 2007.)


                An enclave of aliens stranded on Earth has mixed feelings when they are rescued.


Start of the End of It All, The  (Womenís Press, 1990.)


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


Start of the End of It All and Other Stories, The  (Mercury House, 1991.)


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


Verging on the Pertinent  (Coffee House, 1990.)


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




Host, The  (Bantam, 1991.)


Watly #1


                In an overpopulated future, a man takes a dangerous job in order to raise the money required to become a legal parent.


Short Blade  (Bantam, 1992.)


Watly #2


                A man returns in another body to overthrow the ruler of Manhattan in a savage future America.




World Soul  (MacMillan, 1978, Collier, 1979, translated from the Russian by Antonina W. Bouis.)


                The human race confronts the existence of a shared, discorporate intelligence among the stars.




Better Sunset, A  (Exposition, 1973.)


                Implausible adventure verging on fantasy set in a post apocalyptic America.




Beyond the Tomorrow Mountains  (Atheneum, 1973.)


Noren #2.




Children of the Star  (Meisha Merlin, 2000.)


                Omnibus of This Star Shall Abide, Beyond the Tomorrow Mountains, and The Doors of the Universe.


Doors of theUniverse, The  (Atheneum, 1981.)


Noren #3.


                A scientist battles the taboo on genetic research.


Enchantress from the Stars  (Atheneum, 1970, Macmillan, 1970, Aladdin, 1972, Gollancz, 1974, Collier, 1989, Troll, 1989.)


Elana #1.


                A young girl stows away aboard a starship carrying her parents to a planet that is threatened with a takeover by a technologically superior culture.  Once there, she becomes involved dramatically in the resolution of the conflict.


Far Side of Evil, The  (Macmillan, 1971, Atheneum, 1971, Aladdin, 1973, Gollancz, 1975, Collier, 1989.)


Elana #2.


                Elana is sent on her first solo mission as an interplanetary agent to a world on the verge of space travel, but possibly also on the verge of a major nuclear war.


Heritage of the Star.  (See This Star Shall Abide.)


Journey Between Worlds  (Atheneum, 1970.)


                Teenagers go to Mars.


This Star Shall Abide  (Atheneum, 1972.  Gollancz, 1973, as Heritage of the Star.)


Noren #1.


                A young man becomes a scholar on a world dominated by a repressive theocracy.




World Aflame, The  (Dial, 1947.)


                Nuclear war between the US and Russia.


ENGH, M.J.  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Arslan  (Warner, 1976, Arbor House, 1987, Tor, 1988, Orb, 2001. Grafton, 1989, as A Wind from Bukhara.)


                A charismatic leader arises in the Soviet Union, then leads his followers in the conquest of the rest of the world, including the US, where he uses brutal power to terrify anyone who dares to oppose him.


Rainbow Man  (Tor, 1993, Orb, 1994.)


                A star pilot settles on a backward world where her behavior is deemed inappropriate by the chauvinistic society that exists there, even more so when she falls in love with a member of the ruling class.


Wheel of the Winds  (Tor, 1988, Grafton, 1989)


                A group of exiles wander across the face of an unexplored planet searching for a rumored treasure trove, experiencing various adventures en route.


Wind from Bukhara, A.  (See Arslan.)


ENGLAND, GEORGE ALLAN  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Afterglow, The  (Avalon, 1967. (Magazine version 1941.)


Disaster #5.




Air Trust, The  (Phil Wagner, 1915, Hyperion, 1974.)


                A billionaire entrepreneur develops a process that extracts oxygen from the air, and he uses the device to create a worldwide monopoly requiring everyone to pay for breathing.  An early socialist novel quite controversial when originally published.


Beyond the Great Oblivion  (Avalon, 1965.  Magazine version 1941.)


Disaster #2.


                Some natural phenomenon causes two people to fall into a mysterious sleep that lasts a thousand years.  They wake in a depopulated and crumbling city in which two tribes of semi-intelligent ape compete for dominance.


Darkness and Dawn  (Small, Maynard, 1914, Avalon, 1964.  Magazine version 1941.)


Disaster #1.


                Two people survive the death of civilization.


Darkness and Dawn  (Hyperion, 1974.)


                Omnibus volume of the title novel and two sequels, Beyond the Great Oblivion and The Afterglow.


Elixir of Hate  (Lightyear, 1976.  Magazine appearance in 1911.)


                A drug is found which can restore youth.


Empire in the Air, The (Black Dog, 2006. Magazine appearance 1914.)


Aliens from the fourth dimension conquer Earth.


Flying Legion, The  (McClurg, 1930.  Magazine version 1920.)


                Flyers in a future war against a would be world dictator.


Golden Blight, The  (Fly, 1916, Arno, 1975.  (Magazine version 1912.)


                A new ray destroys gold.


Nebula of Death, The  (Black Dog, 2011. Magazine version 1918.)


All plant life on Earth is dying.


Out of the Abyss  (Avalon, 1967.  Magazine version 1941.)


Dark #4.




People of the Abyss  (Avalon, 1966.  Magazine version 1941.)


Dark #3


                Waking from suspended animation, a group of people find themselves in a ruined civilization where animals have evolved a hostile intelligence.


Thing from -- Outside, The (Black Dog, 2016.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Measured Caverns, The  (Hale, 1978.)


                Not seen.




No Guts, No Glory (Titan, 2021.)


A Guardians of the Galaxy novel.


The team is sent to the solar system to evict an extraterrestrial interloper.




Rewind  (Avon, 1997.)


                Interesting speculative mystery in which an alien spaceship pays an extended visit to Earth, after which they leave behind seventeen adults that they kidnapped previously.  But the seventeen have all been physically restored to childhood, although they retain their adult memories.  Their efforts to fit back into society prove uncertain and unsettling to all concerned.




Countdown for Cindy  (C.S. Hammond, 1962, Bantam, 1964.)


                The first woman in space is a nurse assigned to a claustrophobic installation on the moon, survives minor dangers and has a mild romance.




Body Mortgage  (Onyx, 1989.)


                Itís the near future and organ transplants are so commonplace that the shortage of parts has led to a new practice.  People can mortgage parts of their body.  The catch is, if you fall behind on your payments, the mortgager can foreclose, whether it kills you or not.  A private investigator gets involved with a client whose foreclosure seems to be part of a more sinister plan.


ENGLE, MARTY  (See also collaborations which follow. Also writes Horror.)


Something Rotten  (Montage, 1996.)


                A rock collector descends into a series of caverns and runs into a bloblike monster that follows him to the surface.


ENGLE, MARTY & BARNES, JOHNNY RAY  (Barnes is credited alone in some cases but actual author is not always clear. Also writes Horror.)


Dangerous Waters  (Montage, 1996.)


                Episodic teen adventure about a series of urban legends that come true.


Escape from Planet Earth  (Montage, 1997.)


Strange Matter #30.


                A malevolent alien is loose on Earth, plotting the destruction of humanity in general and the protagonists in particular.


Fairfield Triangle, The  (Montage, 1996.)


                A group of investigators get caught in a bizarre area where the landscape constantly shifts among various worlds.


Primeval  (Montage, 1997.)


                A paleontological expedition discovers real dinosaurs.


ENGLISH, CHARLES  (Pseudonym of Charles Nuetzel, whom see)


Lovers: 2075  (Scorpion, 1964.)


                Pornography set in the next century.




To the Lightning    (Naiad, 1988.)


                A violent thunderstorm opens a rift in space/time and sends two women through to a primitive other world with no hope of returning home, and small chance of survival in their new environment.  But there at least they are free to express their love for one another.




Beta Colony  (Doubleday, 1980.)


                A convicted murderer is sent to a small colony seeking to repopulate the Earth.  It has fallen into savagery and he is kidnapped by a cult that plans to sacrifice him.


Encounter Program  (Doubleday, 1977.)


                The government has forbidden anyone to contact aliens except through official channels, but one rebel and his telepathic wife defy the law and precipitate an interstellar crisis.




Tim: Defender of the Earth  (Razor Bill, 2008.)


Spoof in which the government creates a dinosaur as a secret weapon.




Billion Dollar Sure Thing, The  (Scribner, 1973, Pocket, 1974, Simon & Schuster, 1976, Berkley, 1988.)


                Marginal near future thriller about an international monetary crisis.


Crash of í79, The  (Simon & Schuster, 1976, Berkley, 1988, Ulversoft, 1992.)




Last Days of America, The  (Simon & Schuster, 1981, Berkley, 1988.)




Panic of í89, The  (Andre Deutsch, 1986, Diamond, 1988.)






Ark, The  (Target, 1986.)


A Doctor Who novel.


The Earth is dying several million years from now, and the human race is planning to emigrate to another world, accompanied by a reptilian alien race.  When the Doctor arrives on the Ark, his companion is carrying a disease which threatens to upset their survival plans.




Amnesiascope  (Holt, 1996.)


                Events in an insane asylum in the 21st Century.


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


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


Days Between Stations  (Poseidon, 1985, Futura, 1985, Holt, 1997.)


                A near future where the environment has altered and the Los Angeles freeways have become buried memories.


Rubicon One  (Holt, 1997.)


                A criminal is released into a devastated future Los Angeles.


Sea Came in at Midnight, The  (Avon Bard, 1999.)


                Mystical novel involving the discovery of the true nature of the millennium, which ended in 1968 and not in 1999.


Tours of the Black Clock  (Poseidon, 1989, Simon & Schuster, 1989, Avon, 1993.)


                Not seen.  The search for the meaning of the universe including a visit to uchronian worlds.


ERIKSON, STEVEN (Also writes Fantasy.)


Devil Delivered and Other Tales, The (Tor, 2012.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Willful Child (Tor, 2014.)


Willful Child #1.


A spoof of Star Trek.


Wrath of Betty (Tor, 2016.)


Willful Child #2.


More humorous space adventures.




Silence in Heaven  (Atheneum, 1961.)


                The last people on Earth make a new start.




Germline  (Forge, 2003.)


                The discovery of a method to manipulate human genes leads to a far reaching  power struggle.




Raid on the Termites,The (Armchair, 2022, bound with Strange Mission by Howard Brown. Magazine appearance 1932.)


Two men shrink themselves and invade a termite nest.


Red Hell of Jupiter, The  (Armchair, 2012, bound with The Crispin Affair. Magazine appearance 1931.)


An expedition investigates strange events on Jupiter.


Rulers of the Future (Armchair, 2020, bound with Pursuit by Lester Del Rey. Magazine appearance 1935.)


Experimental starship goes a million years into the future and arrives back on an altered Earth.


ERNSTING, WALTER   (See also Clark Darlton.  See collaboration that follows and others with K.H. Scheer.)


Day the Gods Died, The  (Bantam, 1976, translated from the German by ?.  Published in Germany in 1971/)


                A novel ďbasedĒ on the work of Erich Von Daniken.  Ancient astronauts come to Earth in primitive times and teach the fundamentals of technology to our ancestors.


ERNSTING, WALTER & MAHR, KURT  (The Perry Rhodan novels are a multi-author series originally published in Germany.)


Invasion from Space  (Ace, 1970.)


Perry Rhodan #4.


Attempts to unite Earth into a single force are in danger when mind controlling aliens invade the system.




Woman Alive  (Hodder, 1935.)


                The last woman alive following a plague.


ESHBACH, LLOYD  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Tyrant of Time, The  (Fantasy Press, 1955.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Solitaire  (Avon Eos, 2002, Small Beer, 2010.)


                A woman is sentenced to years of subjective solitary confinement after being convicted of a crime she didn't commit, and when that ends, she has difficulty readjusting to the real world.




Dance to the Sun  (Baen, 1997.)


                The valley is a haven, so it seems, for a small society of people with disparate psi powers.  But one among their number suspects the truth - that it is more of a prison than a haven.


ESSEX, WILLIAM  (Also writes Horror.)


From Below  (Leisure, 1989.)


Mutated earthworms with a taste for blood are disturbed by a violent storm and begin to prey on the surface world, first just animals, then - naturally - unwary human beings.  Part of the wave of generic nature gone mad novels of the 1980's.


Pack, The  (Leisure, 1987.)


                A pack of dogs with extraordinary intelligence begins to hunt and kill human prey until the protagonist discovers what is happening.


Slime  (Leisure, 1988.)


                Standard monster story about an amorphous slime with a taste for human flesh, the product of pollution and genetic mutation.




Karma Girl  (Berkley, 2007.)


                Humorous romance set in a world of superheroes.


ESTES, ROSE  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Hunter, The  (Popular Library/Questar, 1990.)


Hunter #1.


                A blend of fantasy and SF.  The protagonist is a warrior on a primitive world where magic may or may not be real.  He is sold into slavery and shipped to a high tech planet where he is forced to compete in deadly combat entertainments.


Hunter on Arena, The  (Popular Library/Questar, 1991.)


Hunter #2.


                Braldt the barbarian gladiator fights numerous battles against human and inhuman opponents, but stealthily builds a following among his fellow slaves in anticipation of a revolt against their mutual masters.


Hunter Victorious, The  (Popular Library/Questar, 1992.)


Hunter #3.


                Braldt is on another dangerous world for this adventure, menaced by, among other things, a race of shapechangers..


ETCHEMENDY, NANCY  (Also writes Horror.)


Crystal City, The  (Avon Camelot, 1985.)


Genesis #2


                The few humans to survive the death of Earth are making a home for themselves on a new world when they discover a race of giant spiders who seem to be intelligent.  Can they find a way to live in peace, or is it inevitable that the two species engage in a war to the death?


Stranger from the Stars  (Avon Camelot, ?)


                Not seen.


Watchers of Space, The  (Avon Camelot, 1980.)


Genesis #1


                The last survivors of a dead Earth are desperately searching for a new home when a handful of omnipotent aliens decide to intervene, but only one young boy knows of their intervention and no one will believe him.




World Weaver, The  (Fithian, 2001.)


                Young adult novel about three teenagers recruited by an alien to help save the universe.


ETCHISON, DENNIS  (See Jack Martin.)




Agent of Chaos  (Ace, 1997.)


Agent #2.


                Two warring fleets have been crippled by the manipulation of planet dwellers, but now they are considering an alliance that will once more make the Grounders their victims.  But the latter still have an agent among them, and she is determined not to have that earlier success reversed.


Agent of Destruction  (Ace, 1996.)


Agent #1.


                Planet dwellers infiltrate the ranks of two massed space fleets who have been using them as a battlefield for generations.  Their plan is to end the conflict, preferably by bringing the combat to a complete halt.


Brother John  (Ace, 2001.)


Duelist #3.


                The story of a man in training to become one of the finest warriors in the galaxy.


First Duelist, The  (Ace, 1994.)


Duelist #2.


                A professional fighter organizes a rebellion in a prison colony and then uses his followers to upset the quietly repressive society that humanity has built for itself.


Legend of the Duelist  (Ace, 1993.)


Duelist #1.


                Humanity has outlawed war, and the only remnant of the old violence is a cadre of professional killers who can be hired to participate in duels.  When a warlike alien race appears, no one is prepared to fight them, except the few who were once merely entertainers.




Aliens for Breakfast  (Random House, 1988.)


Aliens #1.


                A tiny alien helps defeat an alien invader disguised as a child.


Aliens for Lunch  (Random House, 1991.)


Aliens #2.


                The worldís supply of good taste is stolen.




Ice Orchids  (Berkley, 1984.)


                An experiment designed to investigate the nature of intelligence goes terribly wrong.  A human being is transformed into something at once more and less than normal when a mentally unbalanced man decides to use the experiment for his own purposes.


EULO, KEN (Also writes Horror.)


Claw  (Simon & Schuster, 1994.)


                An escaped tiger which seems unbelievably intelligent turns out to be a genetically enhanced creature designed by the US military.


EVANS, BILL  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Blackmail Earth  (Forge, 2012.)


Near future thriller involving ecological damage.




Category 7 (Forge, 2007, Tor, 2008.)


                An entrepreneur discovers a way to alter the weather and causes a disaster.


Dry Ice (Tor, 2011.)


A weather control project goes awry.


Frozen Fire  (Forge, 2010.)


A methane leak under the ocean threatens the world.


EVANS, CHRISTOPHER  (See also  Nathan Elliott.  Also writes Fantasy.)


Aztec Century  (Gollancz, 1993.)


                An alternate universe story in which the Aztec Empire comes to Europe and conquers much of the old world, including the British Isles.


Capellaís Golden Eyes  (Faber, 1980, Ace, 1982.)


                An alien race contacts a failing human colony world and helps them survive in return for possession of a remote island.  But two humans discover that the subsequent peace between the two species is about to come to an end.


In Limbo  (?, 1985.)


                Not seen.


Insider, The  (Faber, 1981, Granada, 1983.)


                In a quietly repressive future Britain, a well adjusted citizen begins to experience problems when an alien intelligence takes over his mind, and thereby his body.


Mortal Remains  (Gollancz, 1995, Vista, 1996.)


                The solar system has been largely settled, with sentient ships plying the spaceways, and even the dead still linger in a vast computer network.  But a mysterious discovery on Mars divides the various habitats and threatens to embroil all of humankind in a disastrous war.




Time Station Berlin  (Ace, 1997.)


Time Station #3.


                Time travelers from the far future travel to Cold War Berlin in order to precipitate a crisis between Kennedy and Khrushchev.


Time Station London  (Ace, 1996.)


Time Station #1.


                A time patrolman is sent back to World War II London to prevent a futuristic Nazi time traveler from assassinating Winston Churchill and changing the outcome of the war.


Time Station Paris  (Ace, 1997.


Time Station #2.


                Someone has gone back through time and engineering the assassination of Hermann Gohring at a critical moment, and as a consequence the government of the US collapses a generation later, fatally altering the course of history.  A time patrolman is sent back to reverse the damage.


EVANS, E. EVERETT  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Alien Minds  (Fantasy Press, 1955.)


Minds #2.


                A telepath who can eavesdrop on the thoughts of aliens gets into various difficult situations.


Man of Many Minds  (Fantasy Press, 1953, Pyramid, 1959, Armchair, ?)


Minds #1.


                A member of the Interstellar Corps fakes his expulsion in order to become a secret agent and infiltrate the organization of a would be galactic dictator.  One of the classic space operas.


Planet Mappers, The  (Dodd Mead, 1955.)


                Two teenagers have to handle the exploration of a new star system by themselves after their father falls ill, and have various adventures in the process of discovering two intelligent races and a host of nasty fauna and flora.


EVANS, GERALD  (See Victor Lasalle.)


EVANS, IAN  (Pseudonym of Angus Wells, who writes fantasy under that name.)


Star Maidens  (Corgi, 1977.)


                Not seen.




Coming of a King, The  (Frederick Warne, 1950.)


                A story of prehistory.




Kremlin Connection, The  (Tor, 1984.)


                Marginal near future political thriller in which the Soviet Union deliberately builds up an enormous international debt, then defaults in order to precipitate an international crisis and destroy the capitalist countries.


EVANS, LINDA (See also collaborations with Robert Asprin and John Ringo.  Also writes Fantasy.)


Far Edge of Darkness  (Baen, 1996.)


A time anachronism transported a scholar back to ancient Rome where she is enslaved until a Miami cop follows her through time and effects a rescue.




War of the Worlds, The  (Random House, 1991.)


                An adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel for younger readers.


EVANS, PETER J.  (See also collaboration with Simon Jowett.)


Angelus  (Fandemonium, 2009.)


A Stargate novel.


An alien visitor provides hope but is concealing a secret.


Black Dawn  (Black Flame, 2006.)


A Durham Red novel.


                A mutant who resembles a vampire takes refuge on a non-technological world.


Encoded Heart, The  (Black Flame, 2005.)


A Durham Red novel.


                A sort of rationalized vampire has adventures in outer space.


Manticore Reborn  (??)




Omega Solution, The  (Black Flame, ?_


A Durham Red novel.




Unquiet Grave, The  (Black Flame, 2004.)


A Durham Red novel.


                A vampire in the far future finds herself on a planet of blood worshippers.




Blonde Roots  (Riverhead, 2009.)


Alternate history in which Africa was dominant and whites were slaves.




Systems of Romance  (Babel, 1997.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


EVENSON, B.K.  (See also Brian Evenson.)


No Exit  (Dark Horse, 2008.)


An Aliens novel.


A man wakens from suspended animation and discovers a plot involving the aliens.


EVENSON, BRIAN  (See also B.K. Evenson. Also writes Horror.)


Dead Space: Catalyst  (Tor, 2012.)


Humanity faces extinction.


Immobility  (Tor, 2012.)


A search for answers when a man is awakened from suspended animation in a devastated future.


Wavering Knife, The  (Fiction Collective, 2004.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Windeye  (Coffee House, 2012.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


EWERS, HANS HEINZ  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Alraune  (Day, 1929, translated by Guy Endore.)


                An experiment is conducted to breed the ultimately evil person.




El Sombra  (Abaddon, 2007.)


A Pax Britannia novel.


The British fight the Germans in an alternate universe where the Empire still rules most of the world.


Gods of Manhattan  (Abaddon, 2010.)


A Pax Brittania novel.


A secretive killer strikes in an alternate history USA.


Pax Omega  (Abaddon, 2012.)


A Pax Brittania novel.


Superheroes battle supervillains in an alternate version of Earth.