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Adams, John Joseph - By Blood We Live
Edited by John Joseph Adams (Wastelands, The Living Dead), BY BLOOD WE LIVE is 200,000+ words of the best in vampire fiction. Thirsty? By Blood We Live will satisfy your darkest cravings...

 



Adams, John Joseph - The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The game is afoot! Night Shade Books is proud to present the improbable adventures of the world's greatest detective... mystery, fantasy, science fiction, horror; no genre can escape the esteemed detective's needle-sharp intellect and intuition...

 



Aguirre, Forrest - Leviathan 4
Following up on the World Fantasy Award-winning Leviathan 3, Leviathan 4 is a Baedeker of the fantastical, exploring the character of cities and the city as character, mapping the streets of the imagination.

 



Baker, Kage - Dark Mondays
Kage Baker, celebrated creator of the Company novels and the standout collection Mother Aegypt now brings together pirates, primates, eldritch horrors, maritime ghosts, and much more in Dark Mondays. This captivating new collection of fantastic short fiction is sure to cement her reputation as one of the most original storytellers working in the fantasy and speculative fiction genres today.

Dark Mondays features five never-before-published stories, including the forty-one-thousand word pirate novel, "The Maid on the Shore," which chronicles the lesser known aspects of Captain Henry Morgan's infamous sacking of Panama City.

 



Baker, Kage - Mother Aegypt
A brand new short story collection from Kage Baker, including an original novella, Mother Aegypt.

 



Bear, Elizabeth - The Chains that You Refuse
Routinely defying genre boundaries and exhilarating her readers, Elizabeth Bear's short fiction demonstrates why she is one of the most exciting young writers in the genre.

 



Beaulieu, Bradley P. - The Winds of Khalakovo
Among inhospitable and unforgiving seas stands Khalakovo, a mountainous archipelago of seven islands, its prominent eyrie stretching a thousand feet into the sky. Serviced by windships bearing goods and dignitaries, Khalakovo's eyrie stands at the crossroads of world trade. But all is not well in Khalakovo. Conflict has erupted between the ruling Landed, the indigenous Aramahn, and the fanatical Maharraht, and a wasting disease has grown rampant over the past decade. Now, Khalakovo is to play host to the Nine Dukes, a meeting which will weigh heavily upon Khalakovo's future.

When an elemental spirit attacks an incoming windship, murdering the Grand Duke and his retinue, Prince Nikandr, heir to the scepter of Khalakovo, is tasked with finding the child prodigy believed to be behind the summoning. However, Nikandr discovers that the boy is an autistic savant who may hold the key to lifting the blight that has been sweeping the islands. Can the Dukes, thirsty for revenge, be held at bay? Can Khalakovo be saved? The elusive answer drifts upon the Winds of Khalakovo...

 



Beaulieu, Bradley, P. - The Straits of Galahesh
West of the Grand Duchy of Anuskaya lies the Empire of Yrstanla, the Motherland. The Empire has lived at peace with Anuskaya for generations, but with political turmoil brewing and the wasting disease still rampant, opportunists from the mainland have begun to set their sights on the Grand Duchy, seeking to expand their empire.

 



Byers, Richard Lee - Blind God's Bluff
Coming January 2013
When you play poker against gods, more than your chips are at stake...

 



Cady, Jack - Rules of '48
Master storyteller Jack Cady's final novel, Rules of '48, is a stirring semi-autobiographical examination of changing social conventions, and the development of the American conscience in the aftermath of the greatest war in history. In a city with roots deep in the Confederacy, five men endure seven deadly weeks that forever alter their perceptions of the world.

 



Cook, Glen - A Cruel Wind: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire
The first in our series of Dread Empire omnibuses, containing the core Dread Empire trilogy.

 



Cook, Glen - A Fortress in Shadow: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire
The second in our series of Dread Empire omnibuses, containing the two Dread Empire prequels.

 



Cook, Glen - A Path to the Coldness of Heart
The Final Volume in the Last Chronicle of the Dread Empire


The Final Book of the Dread Empire has finally arrived... time of the wrath of kings is almost at hand, and vengeance lies along a path to coldness of heart...

 



Cook, Glen - An Empire Unacquainted with Defeat
Glen Cook has been heralded as the godfather of modern heroic fantasy; his influence on the genre is unquestionable. But long before Garrett, P.I., before The Instrumentalities of the Night, before The Black Company, there was The Dread Empire...

An Empire Unacquainted with Defeat collects all of Glen Cook's short fiction set in the vast world of the Dread Empire, from "The Nights of Dreadful Silence", featuring the first appearance of Bragi Ragnarson, Mocker, and Haroun bin Yousif, to the culture-clashing novella "Soldier of an Empire Unacquainted with Defeat"; from "Silverheels", Cook's first published work of fiction, to "Hell's Forge", a haunting tale of cursed pirates and strange lands, appearing here for the first time.

 



Cook, Glen - An Ill Fate Marshalling: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire
Volume 2 in the Last Chronicle of the Dread Empire

The long delayed journey continues in this, the penultimate step towards the climax of the Dread Empire.

 


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