Last updated 10/19/22




Surveillance  (Pantheon, 2006.)


                Satire of a future America obsessed with security.




Blizzard.  (See The Great Los Angeles Blizzard.)


Great Los Angeles Blizzard, The  (Putnam, 1977, Jove, 1978.  New English Library, 1979, as Blizzard.)


                A freak change in weather patterns results in a blizzard of unprecedented ferocity in Los Angeles.


RACKHAM, JOHN  (Pseudonym of John T. Phillifent, whom see.)


Alien Sea  (Ace, 1968, bound with C.O.D. Mars by E.C. Tubb.  Dobson, 1975.)


                A film maker who believes himself above politics gets caught up in a battle for control of the Earth waged by Venusians and aliens from another system.


Alien Virus  (Tit-Bits, 1955.)


Space Puppets #4.


                An attack is made on the Mars colony.


Anything Tree, The  (Ace, 1970, bound with The Winds of Darkover by Marion Zimmer Bradley.  Dobson, 1977.)


                An agent is sent on a mission to locate the planet which is home to a rumored intelligent tree.  She eventually does so, after foiling attempts to sabotage her trip, and surviving on a world filled with dangerous animals.


Beanstalk  (DAW, 1973.)


                An interstellar war between two rival non-human empires is resolved through the involvement of a single Earthman inadvertently scooped up in this play on the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.


Beasts of Kohl, The  (Ace, 1966, bound with A Planet of Your Own by John Brunner.)


                A prehistoric man taken to a far planet and rendered immortal returns to Earth after modern civilization has arisen, and has great difficulty finding a place for himself.


Beyond Capella  (Ace, 1971, bound with The Electric Sword Swallowers by Kenneth Bulmer.)


                Humans were expanding brashly into space, absorbing every race they encountered, voluntarily or not, until they reached Capella.  Now a new enemy appears that has the weapons to resist Earth's further expansion.


Danger from Vega  (Ace, 1966, bound with Clash of Star-Kings by Avram Davidson.  Dobson, 1970.)


                The Vegans are attempting to exterminate the human race, toward which they are inexplicably hostile.  Two humans stranded on a Vegan occupied world find out the reason.


Dark Planet  (Ace, 1971, bound with The Herod Men by Nick Kamin.)


                Two men stranded on an alien planet which supposedly holds no secrets find themselves on the brink of a discovery that could change the galaxy.


Double Invaders, The  (Ace, 1967, bound with These Savage Futurians by Philip E. High.)


                A belligerent empire attempts to conquer what appears to be a peaceful, virtually defenseless planet, and discovers that appearances can be deceiving and tactics unexpected.


Earthstrings  (Ace, 1972, bound with The Chariots of Ra by Kenneth Bulmer.)


                A promising colony on another world suddenly ceases communicating, so an expedition is sent to find out why.  They discover an unsuspected alien presence hostile to human expansion.


Flower of Doradil  (Ace, 1970, bound with A Promising Planet by Jeremy Strike.)


                Humans discover a planet where they can set up elaborate hunting expeditions, so long as they steer clear of the one continent with indigenous intelligent life.  Elsewhere on the planet grows a flower that can cure most human diseases, and someone is secretly harvesting it and selling it offworld.


Ipomoea  (Ace, 1969, bound with The Brass Dragon by Marion Zimmer Bradley.  Dobson, 1972.)


                A new drug spreads through the stars, bringing immortality but at the cost of all signs of intelligence.


Jupiter Equilateral  (Tit-Bits, 1954.)


Space Puppets #3.


                A mysterious spaceship is found in the Jovian system.


Master Weed, The  (Tit-Bits, 1954.)


Space Puppets #2.


                A plot is underway to seize control of the human colony on Mars.


Proxima Project, The  (Ace, 1968, bound with Target: Terra by Laurence M. Janifer & S.J. Treibich.)


                A businessman becomes infatuated with an entertainer and follows her to the moon.  There he discovers that she and a rock group are involved in the planning of the first trip to another star system.


Space Puppet  (Tit-Bits, 1954.)


Space Puppets #1.


                Space pirates.


Time to Live  (Ace, 1966, bound with The Man Without a Planet by Lin Carter.  Dobson, 1969.)


                A man with amnesia finds himself on an unfamiliar world and charged with murder.  Convinced that he is innocent, he seeks to clear himself and discover the secrets of his past.


Treasure of Tau Ceti, The  (Ace, 1969, bound with Final War and Other Fantasies by K.M. O'Donnell.)


                Humans try to barter with the natives of a distant world, natives who aren't convince that the human visitors are even intelligent, let alone worthy of trade.


Watch on Peter  (Jonathan Cape, 1964.)


                Not seen.


We, the Venusians  (Ace, 1965, bound with The Water of Thought by Fred Saberhagen.)


                Colonists on Venus are reluctant to admit that the humanoid natives of that world are actually intelligent because they don't make use of any of the artifacts of civilization that would be found in Earth's native societies.




Great Orme Terror, The  (Butterworth, 1934.)


                A murder mystery involving robots.


Lady from Venus, The  (MacDonald, 1947.)


                A visitor from Venus.


RADFORD, IRENE  (See also C.F. Bentley. Also writes fantasy as Phyllis Ann Karr.)


Dragon Circle,The  (DAW, 2004.)


Stargods #2.


                Fugitive brothers with psi powers deal with intelligent dragons and avoid the efforts by the human interstellar empire to impress them into service.


Dragon Nimbus Novels Volume I, The (DAW, 2007.)


Omnibus of The Glass Dragon, The Perfect Princess, and The Loneliest Magician.


Dragon's Revenge, The  (DAW, 2005.)


Stargods #3.


                Fugitives find a safe haven, sort of,  on a planet where magic apparently works.


Hidden Dragon, The  (DAW, 2002.)


Stargods #1.


                Three brothers on the run from the galactic police land on a failed colony world, and become embroiled in a battle with a local priest who represents a dragon god.


RAE, HUGH C.  (See also Stuart Stern.)


Traveling Soul, The  (Avon, 1978.)


                The science of ancient civilizations that appears to be sorcerous is pitted against the technology of the next century in this interesting but sometimes confusing adventure.




Wildflower  (Greatunpublished, 2001.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Troglodytes, The  (Stockwell, 1961, Digit, 1962.)


                The human race is menaced by dwarvish creatures living underground.




Singing, The  (Atlantic Monthly, 1988.)


                Allegorical story about a young woman who encounters a visitor from another planet and falls in love with him.


RAINEY, RICH  (See Jason Frost.)




Causal Angel, The (Tor, 2014.)


Thief #3.




Collected Fiction (Tachyon, 2015.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Fractal Prince, The  (Tor, 2012.)


Thief #2.


In a future in which the solar system has been reshaped, a thief must penetrate the mind of a god.


Quantum Thief, The  (Tor, 2011.)


Thief #1.


Adventures of a nearly superhuman thief in a distant solar culture.




Like a Boss (Angry Robot, 2017.)


Labor #2.


A religious cult threatens the economy of a colony world.


Windswept (Angry Robot, 2015.)


Labor #1.


Plague strikes a colony world.




Vanessa  (Cassell, 1904.)


                Not seen.  Futuristic setting.




Sexualis 1984  (Midwood, 1973.)


                Futuristic pornography.




Tunnel from Calais  (Macmillan, 1943.)


                Adventure, saboteurs, politics, and engineering problems during the construction of a tunnel under the English Channel.




Islands of E, Cono, & My, The  (Crown, 1973.)


                A Utopian novel which follows the development of three islands with experimental governments.




Burning Light, The  (Pitspopany, 2003.)


                Children's book about time travel.




Brain Box Blues  (Ace, 2010.)


Eureka #2.


The invention of a device that stores human memories triggers violence.


Road Less Traveled  (Ace, 2011.)


Eureka #3.


A doorway opens to a parallel world.


Substitution Method  (Ace, 2010.)


Eureka #1.






Rage, The   (Sphere, 1977, Ace, 1978.)


A powerful new strain of rabies is discovered in England and spreads faster than the authorities can control it. 




Austral Globe, The  (Ramsey, 1892.)


                Not seen.


Future Dark Ages  (Ramsey, 1900.)


                Not seen.


Six Thousand Years Hence  (Roper, 1891.)


                An adventure in outer space.


Story of a Trip Through the Solar System, A  (Ramsey, 1900.)


                Not seen.




Earthquake Games  (Jove, 2001.)


                Marginal thriller in which the investigation of murder committed during an earthquake indicates the disaster may have been initiated by human hands.




Anthem  (Cassell, 1938, Caxton, 1946, Pamphleteers, 1946, Signet, 1961.)


                Long story about a future where individualism has been suppressed.


Atlas Shrugged  (Random House, 1957, Signet, 1959.)


                The competent people in America go on strike and civilization begins to collapse.


RAND, KEN  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Where Angels Fear  (Fairwood, 2008.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Watcher in the Woods, The   (Atheneum, 1980, Scholastic, ?.)


                A teenager is one of several people who sense an unusual presence in the woods, linking it to other bizarre phenomena.  She eventually is pivotal in discovering that an alien is out there, attempting to make contact.




Jihad Ultimatum, The  (Saybrook, 1988, Pinnacle, 1989.)


                Terrorists with nuclear weapons are at large in the United States in this borderline near future thriller.


Tojo Virus, The  (Zebra, 1991.)


                Borderline thriller about a Japanese plot to introduce a virus that will destroy computer systems in the US and bring our economy to a complete halt.




City in the North, A  (Warner, 1976.)


                A human and an alien jointly explore the ruins of a dead city on a remote world, and discover a technology unknown elsewhere.


Dangerous Games  (Pocket, 1980.)


Kennerin #2.


                A felinoid alien and a human companion get involved in a struggle between an interstellar corporation and a powerful clan which opposes their exploitation of the systems where they have influence.


Islands  (Pyramid, 1976.  Pocket, 1980, revised.)


                One of the rare humans who cannot take advantage of immortality serums leaves Earth for many years.  When she returns as an elderly woman, she encounters her old lover, still unchanged, and the tension that arises leads to danger.


Journey  (Pocket, 1978, Hamlyn, 1979.)


Kennerin #1.


                A family dynasty novel transplanted into space with great effectiveness.  The Kennerins settle a planet and attract a following that eventually makes them a powerful force in the universe.


Those Who Favor Fire  (Pocket, 1984.)


                A devastating earthquake destroys large areas of the US, and in the aftermath the struggle for survival grows more desperate when rumors begin to spread of a nuclear accident caused by the quake, leaving a radioactive legacy behind it.


RANDALL, ROBERT  (Pseudonym of Randall Garrett & Robert Silverberg, both of whom see.)


Dawning Light  (Gnome, 1959, Mayflower, 1964, Starblaze, 1981, Ace, 1982.)


Nidor #2.


                As turmoil endangers the theocracy of Nidor, members of the government decide that the best way to reverse the influence of the visiting Earthmen is to destroy them and restore their worldís isolation from the rest of the universe.


Shrouded Planet, The.  (Gnome, 1957, Mayflower, 1964, Starblaze, 1981, Ace, 1982.)


Nidor #1.


                A devastated world that has forgotten its technology and is now ruled by superstition undergoes a major upheaval when a spaceship arrives from Earth.


RANDERSON, W.  (See collaboration with D.A. Spencer.)


RANDLE, KEVIN D.  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Chain of Command  (Ace, 1992.)


Jefferson's War #6.


                In order to bring an interstellar war to an end, a human general leads a daring attack on the aliens' homeworld, hoping to spread chaos among their remote forces.


Citadel, The  (Ace, 1994.)


Galactic MI #3.


                Secret agents aided by a telepath attempt to infiltrate a fortress world whose weaponry has already destroyed every force arrayed against it.


Death of a Regiment  (Ace, 1991.)


Jefferson's War #5.


                Human military forces scramble to a remote region of space where an alien armada has already inflicted massive casualties and seems poised to attack the heart of the human empire.


F.T.L.  (Ace, 2004.)


Exploration Chronicle #3.


                Efforts to build the first starship on Mars fall prey to sabotage.


Galactic MI  (Ace, 1993.)


Galactic MI #1.


                Agents of a secretive intelligence service travel to a planet which claims to have a perfect society, free of crime and other troubles.  They are suspicious, however, because a supposedly Utopian planet shouldn't need this world's very extensive police force.


Galactic Silver Star, The  (Ace, 1990.)


Jefferson's War #1.


                A newly commissioned officer is the only survivor of an ill fated and ill planned mission.  To prove that this wasn't just a fluke, he volunteers for a new assignment in an interstellar war against an alien race.


Gate, The  (Ace, 2006.)


Exploration Chronicles #4.


                The secret of interstellar travel, gained from an alien transmission, is part of a trap.


January Platoon, The  (Ace, 1991.)


Jefferson's War #4.


                A group of cloned soldiers are sent to bring peace to a colony locked in a battle with the native aliens.  The commander discovers that the clones feel primary loyalty to their own kind, which complicates his battle planning.


Lost Colony, The  (Ace, 1991.)


Jefferson's War #3.


                The entire complement of a colony disappears from a world where the native species also seems to have utterly vanished.  A human military mission is launched to track down a mysterious alien race which uses it as a lure for its slave trading industry.


Operation Roswell  (Tor, 2002.)


                Just after the end of World War II, American forces shoot down a flying saucer.


Price of Command, The  (Ace, 1990.)


Jefferson's War #2.


                A formerly peaceful colony has been virtually wiped out by the indigenous aliens, so a rescue mission is organized to pull out the survivors.  To succeed, the rescuers may have to fight a full scale war first.


Rat Trap, The  (Ace, 1993.)


Galactic MI #2.


                A rogue planetoid appears near the human fleet, and reveals itself to be under intelligent control.  Secret agents are landed on its surface to find out the intentions and nature of the controlling force.


Signals  (Ace, 2003.)


Exploration Chronicle #1.


                Signals from nearby space alert to the world to the imminent arrival of alien visitors.


Starship  (Ace, 2004.)


Exploration Chronicle #2.


                Mutiny breaks out aboard a generation starship.




Aldebaran Affair, The  (Ace, 1988.)


Tau Ceti #2.


                An inexperienced soldier is recruited for a new mission against Earth's enemies.  This time he must infiltrate an enemy stronghold and liberate a number of captives including a number of his old friends.


Aquarian Attack, The  (Ace, 1989.)


Tau Ceti #3.


                One of the enigmatic alien ships attacking human colonies crashlands on an ocean world.  Earth organizes a mission to locate it in order to investigate alien technology and perhaps find the reason why the mysterious intruders are so implacably hostile.


Remember the Alamo  (TA, 1980, Ace, 1986.)


Robert Brown #1.


                A group of Vietnam Vets are sent back through time where they successfully defend the Alamo and change the course of history.


Remember Gettysburg!  (Charter, 1988.)


Robert Brown #2.


                A group of time traveling soldiers discover that their interference has changed the course of history.  The US of the 21st Century is ruled by the Nazis.  In order to set things right, they go back through time again, this time to interfere with the Civil War.


Remember the Little Big Horn  (Charter, 1990.)


Robert Brown #3.


                In order to prevent the US from splitting into two nations, the time travelers go back to the Little Big Horn to make sure that Custer dies, even if they have to arrange it themselves.


Seeds of War  (Ace, 1986.)


Tau Ceti #1.


                An unknown alien force attacks and destroys a human outpost in deep space.  In response, Earth creates a young, inexperienced, but determined military force and sends them out to defend human interests.




Inside Job  (Ace, 1992.)


Star Precinct #3.


                In the under culture of a gigantic interstellar ship, a wave of crime attracts the attention of the Star Cops, who discover a terrifying secret almost literally under their own feet.


Mind Slayer  (Ace, 1992.)


Star Precinct #2.


                A murderous telepath finds a perfect killing ground on an entertainment planet.  There amid the recreations of various historic periods, he can kill his victims openly, because everyone assumes that it is all part of the show.


Star Precinct  (Ace, 1992.)


Star Precinct #1.


                The Star Cops are an elite force whose purpose is to combat interstellar crimes everywhere in human controlled space.  In the opening volume, they battle a variety of villains, always successfully.


RANDOM, ALEX  (Pseudonym of David Rowland, whom see.)


Cradle of Stars  (Hale, 1975.)


                Not seen.


Dark Constellation  (Hale, 1975.)


                Not seen.


Star Cluster Seven  (Hale, 1974.)


                Not seen.


RANKIN, ROBERT  (more in Encyc of Fantasy)


Armageddon: The Musical  (Bloomsbury, 1990, Dell, 1991.)


Armageddon #1.


                Earth is a minor world in galactic society, except that it produces an immensely popular soap opera.  A wide ranging spoof of SF and conventional fads.


Da-Da-Di-Da-Da Code, The  (Gollancz, 2007.)


                A spoof of The Da Vinci Code.


Suburban Book of the Dead: Armageddon III, the Remake, The  (Bloomsbury, 1992.)


Armageddon #3.


                Not seen.


They Came and Ate Us: Armageddon 2, the B Movie  (Bloomsbury, 1992.)


Armageddon #2.


                Not seen.


Brentford Chainstore Massacre  (Doubleday, 1997.)


                Someone succeeds in cloning Jesus from the shroud of Turin, and turns out a number of copies, one for each major religion.


RANKINE, JOHN  (See also Douglas R. Mason.)


Android Planet  (Pocket, 1976, Orbit, 1976.)


A Space 1999 book.


The wandering moon comes within range of the planet Pelorus, a world inhabited apparently by androids armed with superweapons, although the crew eventually finds a group of humans living secretly among them.


Astral Quest.  (Dobson, ?, Orbit, 1975, Pocket, 1976.)


A Space 1999 book.


Four episodic adventures of the people inhabiting the moon after it has been freed from Earth's orbit. 


Binary Z  (Dobson, 1969.)


Space Corporation #3.


                Not seen.


Blockade of Sinitron, The  (Nelson, 1966.)


Dag Fletcher #1.


                Collection of related stories.


Bromius Phenomenon, The  (Ace, 1973, Dobson, 1976.)


Dag Fletcher #6.


                Fletcher is sent to a distant planet where a survey ship disappeared.  Although the natives seem amicable and cooperative, Fletcher suspects that they know more than theyíre telling, and eventually he discovers that a terrible ritual is performed periodically, which involves the sacrifice of intelligent lives.


Fingalnan Conspiracy, The  (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1973.)


                Not seen.


Interstellar Two Five  (Dobson, 1966, Corgi, 1969.)


Dag Fletcher #2.


                A spaceship crew find themselves marooned on a remote planet.


Last Shuttle to Planet Earth  (Dobson, 1980.)


                Not seen.


Lunar Attack  (Dobson, ?, Orbit, 1975, Pocket, 1976.)


A Space 1999 novel.


Four more episodes in the adventures of the crew of Moonbase Alpha.


Moon Odyssey  (Dobson, ?, Orbit, 1975, Pocket, 1975.)


A Space 1999 novel.


Four more episodes as the wandering moon comes into range of other worlds.  The premise for this series was so scientifically illiterate, it's not worth trying to describe these plots.


Moons of Triopus  (Dobson, 1968, Paperback Library, 1969.)


Space Corporation #2.


                The discoverer of a potential colony world recognizes that there is a terrible danger on that world, so the politicians and business interests back on Earth decide to silence him before he scares off the potential immigrants and costs them a sizable profit.


Never the Same Door  (Dobson,  1968.)


Space Corporation #1.


                Not seen.


One Is One  (Dobson, 1968, corgi, 1969.)


Dag Fletcher #3.


                A scout ship lands on a distant planet and is immediately attacked by the local plant life.  When they defeat that assault, they are subject to mental attack, including induced hallucinations.


Operation Umanaq  (Ace, 1973, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1974.)


Space Corporation #5.


                A security officer is outlawed on trumped up charges and flees to a secret installation in Antarctica, where he uncovers a plot to secure control of the world by manipulating the ice floes.


Phoenix of Megaron  (Pocket, 1976, Futura, 1976.)


A Space 1999 novel.


The Alphans discover a planet that might provide a new home, but they are horrified to see traces of a recent nuclear war.  The survivors are split between a free society and one controlled by drugs, and the human visitors are caught in the middle.


Plantos Affair, The  (Dobson, 1971.)


Dag Fletcher #4.


                An astronaut discovers that reality is mutable.


Ring of Garamus, The  (Dobson, 1972.)


Dag Fletcher #5.


                Not seen.


Star of Hesiock, The  (Dobson, 1980.)


                Not seen.


Thorburn Enterprise, The  (Dobson, 1977.)


                Not seen.


Vort Programme, The  (Dobson, 1978.)


                Not seen.


Weisman Experiment, The  (Dobson, 1969.)


Space Corporation #4.


                Not seen.


RANSOM, BILL  (See also collaborations with Frank Herbert.)


Burn  (Ace, 1995.)


                An artificially produced virus is released without controls and spreads rapidly throughout the world.  The effects are particularly horrible, and the death rate approaches one hundred percent.


Jaguar  (Ace, 1990, Wildside, 2000.)


                An ex-soldier with a sleep disorder has realistic dreams in which he visits other worlds and controls the lives of their inhabitants.  It turns out that this isn't just a dream, his mental invasions are real, and some of his victims are aware of his presence and have developed a way of tracking him back to his home universe.


Viravax  (Ace, 1993.)


                Thriller about a secretive group of scientists who have been experimenting with genetic alterations, in some cases turning people into pre-programmed assassins.  The protagonist learns of the plot, but isn't sure whether or not he is one of those who have been altered.


RANSOM, DANIEL  (Pseudonym of Ed Gorman.  See also Bruce Boxleitner.)


Fugitive Stars, The  (DAW, 1995.)


                A telepath stumbles against an alien plot against the human race, connected to a mysterious comet recently discovered in the solar system, and the discovery of a small group of people with a previously unknown disease.


Zone Soldiers  (DAW, 1996.)


                A plague that causes extreme mutations has divided America into two separate, physically separated societies.  The hero is a pilot sent on a mission that ostensibly promises a cure for the disease, but which actually masks a more sinister purpose.




Maru Invasion, The  (Digit, 1962.)


                Earth gets involved in an interplanetary war and eventually outfoxes the enemy and carries the day.


Night of the Death Rain, The  (Digit, 1963.)


                Earth is attacked and a few survivors find themselves on another world.


Uncharted Planet, The  (Digit, 1961.)


                Not seen.


World in Reverse, The  (Digit, 1962.)


                Not seen.


Yellow Inferno  (Digit, 1964.)


                Confused bit about an Asiatic warlord bent on world domination and a group of scientists who are sent to defeat him.




Code Three  (Simon & Schuster, 1966, Gollancz, 1966, Berkley, 1967, Panther, 1968.)


                Episodic novel originally published as short stories.  The adventures of a police officer of the future when traffic jams are of epic proportions and helicopters are used to lift vehicles out of the way.  The police travel in armored vehicles using advanced weapons against lawbreakers.


Thirst Quenchers, The  (Gollancz, 1965, Panther, 1968.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Copper Elephant, The  (Harper, 1999.)


                In a post collapse future, young children are set to slave labor in the mines.


RASMUSSEN, ALIS  (See also Kate Elliott. Also writes Fantasy.)


Passage of Stars, A  (Bantam, 1990.)


Highroad #1.


                A woman trained in the martial arts sets out to rescue her tutor when he is kidnapped into space by unknown raiders.  The trail leads through a series of strange planets and adventures.


Price of Ransom, The  (Bantam, 1990.)


Highroad #3.


                Although they were instrumental in overthrowing the old empire, a band of pirates discovers that they aren't wanted by the new rulers either, so they set off to find the origin of humanity, a part of the galaxy where they may be able to enjoy their own brand of freedom.


Revolution's Shore  (Bantam, 1990.)


Highroad #2.


                The heroine abandons her heritage to join forces with pirates and other rogues who are actually humanity's only hope to overthrow a vast interstellar empire that has become a repressive force limiting human expansion.




Camp of the Saints  (Scribner, 1975, Ace, 1977, translated from the French by Norman Shapiro.)


                The collapse of Western civilization beset by overpopulation, economic crises, and pressure from the Third World.




Trajectories  (Gollancz, 1998.)


                An ex-rock star seeks a purpose to his life in a polluted, decadent, fraying at the edges not too distant future Earth.




Flight of Fear  (Whitman, 1969.)


A Land of the Giants novel.


                A group of people are stranded on a planet that looks a lot like Earth, except that the inhabitants are giant sized.  Based on the television series.




Buckaroo Banzai  (Pocket, 1986, from the screenplay by the author.)


                A man talented in many fields and his faithful followers help overcome an alien threat based in another dimension.








Liberators (Plume, 2014.)








Knights of the Morningstar  (Ace, 1994, Boxtree, 1994.)


A Quantum Leap novel.


Sam is back in medieval times, jousting with the other nights, when he discovers that another time traveler has arrived, and wants to eliminate any competition.




End of the Fourth Reich, The  (Panther, 1966.)


                Based on the British television series.  A neo-Nazi organization has a new super laser with which they are attempting to conquer the world.




New School, The   (Exposition, 1959.)


                A Utopian novel.




Strange World of Planet X, The  (Jenkins, 1957, Digit, 1963.)


                Not particularly loyal novelization of a television series involving access to another dimension.




Metamorphosis  (Hale, 1976.)


                Not seen.


No Stars For Us  (Digit, 1964.)


                A stern new commander at a space project ignores his orders and launches a perilous expedition into outer space.


Seedy, The  (Panther, 1969.)


                Most of the worlds males are sterile.  One of the few who remains fertile ventures out of the enclave in which his kind are protected for a series of adventures in a strange new world.




Virtual Sexual Reality  (Red Fox, 1996.)


                A girl visits a virtual reality exhibition and inadvertently is changed into a boy.




Midnight Kisses  (Love Spell, 2000.)


                Romance novel about a woman who decides to build rather than find the perfect man.




Cardinal of the Stars  (Digit, 1964.  Arcadia, 1965, as Journey to the Stars.)


                A man with superhuman powers disappeared from the Earth years before a series of armed attacks destroys many of humanity's spaceports.  Has he returned to assert his control over the human race?


Coming of the Darakua  (Hamilton, 1952.)


                A space dwelling alien intelligence helps the human race to drive off an invasion force.


Earth - Our New Eden  (Hamilton, 1952.)


                A dystopian future world is destroyed, mercifully, by the arrival of alien spores.


Fearful Barrier  (?, 1950.)


                Not seen.


Iron and the Anger, The  (Digit, 1964, Arcadia, 1967.)


                Killer robots decide to wipe out the human race.


Journey to the Stars.   (See Cardinal of the Stars.)


Realm of the Alien  (Grafton, 1949.)


                Not seen.


Star Seekers, The  (Tit-Bits, 1953.)


                Short novel about adventures on the first star flight.


Tomorrow Sometimes Comes  (Home & Van Thal, 1951, Icon, 1960.)


                The nations of the world struggle to find a new balance of power now that nuclear weapons are around.


We Cast No Shadow  (Hamilton, 1952.)


                A new invention inadvertently opens a doorway to another dimension from which shapechanging aliens invade.


Worlds at War  (Tempest, undated.)


                A story of interplanetary war.




Flash Gordon in the Caverns of Mongo  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1936.)


A Flash Gordon novel.


                An intrepid adventurer from earth outwits the evil mastermind Ming and his plans for interstellar conquest.




State of Denmark, A  (Serpent's Tail, 1994. Originally published by Hutchinson, 1970, Panther, 1973, as by Robin Cook.)


Alternate history in which the United Kingdom became a fascist state during the 1960s.




Baby Factory, The  (Lancer, 1971.  Simon & Schuster, 1970, as The Meddlers.)


                A team of doctors and scientists find a volunteer for an experiment in genetic manipulation, hoping to produce a perfect child.  Things don't go as planned.  I could have told them that.


Meddlers, The.  (See The Baby Factory.)




Earthworld  (BBC, 2001.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                A time trip to the 21st Century goes awry when the travelers find robots, dinosaurs, and androids waiting for them.


Last Dodo, The  (BBC, 2007.)


A Doctor Who novel.




Magic of the Angels  (BBC, 2012.)


A Doctor Who novel.




Sontaran Games, The  (BBC, 2009.)


A Doctor Who novel.


Murder at an interstellar sports event.


Stone Rose  (BBC, 2006.)


A Doctor Who novel.


The Doctor investigates a statue commemorating one of his companions.


Winner Takes All (BBC, 2005.)


A Doctor Who novel.


A video game on Earth influences an interstellar war elsewhere.


Wolfsbane  (BBC, 2003.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The death of Harry Sullivan may be connected with werewolves and the Holy Grail.


Wonderful Doctor of Oz, The  (Puffin, 2021)


 A Doctor Who novel.


The Doctor finds himelf in Oz.




Amadeus Net, The  (Enc, 2005.)


                Mozart is a secret immortal who has adventures in a mildly dystopian future.


Fridgularity  (Monkeyjoy, 2012.)


Connecting a refrigerator to the internet has unexpected consequences.




Freeze  (Critics Choice, 1988.)


                Marginal thriller about an experiment in cryogenics that goes awry.


REAVES, MICHAEL  (See also collaboration with Steve Perry and those that follow.)


Fear Itself  (Del Rey, 2007.)


A Batman novel.


Batman must discover who is using a gas that literally scares people to death.


I -  Alien  (Ace, 1978.)


                An alien is transported through a portal to Earth, where he desperately seeks a way to escape.  A human woman comes to his aid when he is menaced not only by his old enemies but by government officials who want to steal whatever knowledge is in his mind.


Shadow Hunter  (Del Rey, 2001.)


A Star Wars novel.


                Darth Maul is dispatched to track down a man who has betrayed his master's mission in this novel set in the days prior to the recent film.  A young Jedi finds herself caught between the killer and a man who possesses information vital to the Jedi Council.


Street of Shadows  (Del Rey, 2008.)


A Star Wars novel.


A Jedi turns private detective.




Shadow Games  (Del Rey, 2011.)


A Star Wars novel.






Eerie Canal, The  (Royal Fireworks, ?)


                Two youngsters are transported back in time where they get involved in the construction of the Erie Canal.




Swordsman of Pira, The (Armchair, 2016, bound with The Lady of Light by Jack Williamson. Magazine appearance 1949.)


A man runs into barbarians in an alternate world.




Ridge, The (Thomas & Mercer, 2017.)


An entire community consists of dead people restored to life by nanotechnology.




Tria and the Great Star Rescue  (Delacorte, 2002, Dell Yearling, 2003.)


                Children's story about a youngster who leaves her sterile world to find nature while looking for her missing mother.


RED, ERIC  (Also writes Horror.)


It Waits Below (Samhain, 2014.)


A deep sea diving crew runs into an alien parasite.




Jonah  (Hampton Roads, 2000.)


                Romance novel about a man who finds a new love when an alien is stranded on Earth.




Martian Enterprise  (Digit, 1962.)


                Episodic adventures of a group of criminals imprisoned on a primitive planet.


REED, DAVID V.  (Pseudonym of David Levine.)


Death Plays a Game (Armchair, 2015, bound with Emissaries from Space by Nat Schachner. Magazine appearance 1941.)


A fugitive discovers that a game played by alien visitors has terrible consequences.


Man With Five Lives, The (Armchair, 2013, bound with You Can't Escape from Mars by E.K. Jarvis. Magazine appearance 1943, as by Clyde Woodruff.)


An attempt to remove evil impulses from the human character.


Murder in Space  (Galaxy, 1954, Armchair, ?  Magazine version in 1944.)


                A fairly conventional murder mystery except that the crime took place in outer space.


Myshkin (Armchair, 2017, bound with Phantom Out of Time by Nelson Bond. Magazine appearance 1953.)


Spoof of mad scientist stories.


Return of the Whispering Gorilla (Armchair, 2014, bound with The Whispering Gorilla by Don Wilcox. Magazine appearance  1943.)


A man in a gorilla's body battles Nazi agents in Africa.


Thing That Made Love, The  (Universal, 1952.  Magazine version in 1945 as The Metal Monster Murders.)


                Mystery novel involving a mechanical device rumored to be responsible for the brutal murders of several women, each of whom died in ecstasy..


Uncanny Experiments of Dr. Varsag, The (Armchair, 2015, bound with Thunder in the Dawn by Henry Kuttner.)


Two related novelettes.


Whispering Gorilla, The  (World, 1950, Pemberton, 1950.)


                An ape with a man's brain.




Terrible Threes, The  (Atheneum, 1989.)


                Near future political satire.


Terrible Twos, The  (Richard Marek, 1982.)


                Near future political satire.


REED, KIT  (See also Shelly Hyde.)


Armed Camps  (Dutton, 1969, Faber, 1969, Berkley, 1971.)


                Violence becomes increasingly prevalent in the near future.  We see the world disintegrating through the eyes of a woman who retreats to a pacifist community and a man who gives in to his urges to wreak destruction.


Baby Merchant, The  (Tor, 2006.)


                Marginal near future thriller in which designer babies and private adoptions are center stage.


Dogs of Truth  (Tor, 2005.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Enclave  (Tor, 2009.)


Danger in a sheltered community of the near future.


Fort Privilege  (Doubleday, 1985, Ace, 1986.)


                New York City has become a chaotic battleground.  The rich segment of the population retreats into a walled camp, but the masses outside are unwilling to let them remain undisturbed.  The results may destroy the city and all of its inhabitants.


Killer Mice, The  (Gollancz, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Little Sister of the Apocalypse  (Fiction Collective Two, 1986.)


                Not seen.


Magic Time  (Berkley, 1980.)


                Visitors to a virtual reality playground discover that the games are sometimes real and have disastrous consequences.


Mister Da V.  (Faber, 1967, Berkley, 1973.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Other Stories and the Attack of the Giant Baby  (Berkley, 1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Revenge of the Senior Citizens ** Plus, The  (Doubleday, 1986.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Seven for the Apocalypse  (Wesleyan University, 1999.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Story Until Now, The  (Wesleyan, 2013.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Thinner Than Thou  (Tor, 2004.)


                In the near future, the cult of thinness becomes a religion.


Where (Tor, 2015.)


An entire town is transported to an




Beneath the Gated Sky  (Tor, 1997.)


Veil #2


                A man from Earth is sent through the mysterious Portal to a distant planet for a series of adventures. His companion is a shapechanging alien who knows more than she's saying.


Beyond the Veil of Stars  (Tor, 1994.)


Veil #1.


                A mysterious phenomenon occurs one night, altering the sky and changing the future of Earth forever, creating a Portal through which humanity can visit the stars.


Black Milk  (Donald Fine, 1989, Orbit, 1990, Bantam, 1991.)


                A group of children represent the first generation to have been genetically engineered to eliminate unwanted traits.  As they grow toward maturity, they begin to discover that there is a hidden secret in their creation, and that they may not be on the verge of the utopia they anticipate.


Down the Bright Way  (Bantam, 1991.)


                An unknown race seeded human beings on countless planets.  Efforts to track down those responsible are hindered when one of those cultures erupts into space with a lust for power and warfare that threatens all the other branches of intelligent life.


Dragons of Springplace, The  (Golden Gryphon, 1999.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Eater of Bone (PS, 2012.)


Marrow #3.




Exaltation of Larks, An  (Tor, 1995.)


                An unlikely and self absorbed human becomes the focal point for an attempt by alien intelligences to revise the way the universe works.  He cooperates because of the promise of great power, until he meets a woman with whom he falls in love.


Hormone Jungle, The  (Donald Fine, 1987, Popular Library Questar, 1989, Futura, 1989.)


                On future Earth, a man falls in love with an android woman, unaware that she is being sought by her jealous owner.  As if that wasn't trouble enough, he also stumbles upon an alien conspiracy.


Leeshore, The  (Donald Fine, 1987, Popular Library Questar, 1988.)


                Inhabitants of a lost colony world look forward to being rediscovered.  Unfortunately that comes in the form of warships from two warring factions, who seem destined to launch their ultimate battle using the colony world as the battlefield.


Marrow  (Tor, 2000, Orbit, 2001.)


Marrow #1.


                A ship of nearly immortal humans and aliens has been traveling the universe for uncounted ages, its purpose and origin lost.  The ship is so large that a planet exists within it, a planet just recently discovered and about to be explored.


Memory of Sky, The  (Prime, 2014.)


A young man has adventures in a bizarre future world.


Remarkables, The  (Bantam, 1992.)


                A secluded colony world is jointly inhabited by humans and an alien race.  The aliens send their young on a symbolic journey into the mountains, and one of the humans decides to accompany the latest group.  There, after many adventures, he learns much more about the aliens than he expected, and about himself as well.


Sister Alice  (Orbit, 2002, Tor, 2003.)


                In the far future, humans natural and cloned have joined with alien species to build a culture that can literally reshape worlds.  But then a single figure arises, warning of a threat that could destroy them all.


Well of Stars, The  (Tor, 2005.)


Marrow #2.


                A vast ship that houses entire races encounters a dangerous anomaly in space.


REED, VAN  (House pseudonym.)


Dwellers in Space  (Curtis, 1953.)


                A gigantic spaceship is given the job of keeping the peace in the galaxy.


House of Many Changes  (Curtis, 1952.)  (Dennis Talbot Hughes.)


                A scientist arranges for his personality to survive his death.




Demi-Monde Summer, The (Jo Fletcher, 2013.)


Soldiers are trained in virtual reality.


REEVE, ARTHUR B.  (See also collaboration which follows.  Note that most of the stories in the Craig Kennedy collections are not SF but there are a few in each which are.)




Adventuress, The  (Harper, 1917.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Atavar, the Dream Dancer  (Harper, 1924.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Black Hand, The.  (See The Silent Bullet.)


Boy Scouts' Craig Kennedy, The  (Harper, 1925.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Clutching Hand, The  (Reilly & Lee, 1934.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Craig Kennedy, Detective.  (See The War Terror.)


Craig Kennedy Listens In  (Harper, 1923.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Craig Kennedy on the Farm  (Harper, 1925.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Diamond Queen, The.  (See The Social Gangster.)


Dream Doctor, The  (Van Rees, 1914, Harper, 1914, Wildside, 2000.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories about a detective who specializes in scientific mysteries.


Ear in the Wall, The  (Hearst, 1916.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Exploits of Elaine, The  (Hearst, 1915.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Film Mystery, The  (Harper, 1921.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Fourteen Points, The  (Harper, 1925.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Gold of the Gods, The  (Hearst, 1915.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Kidnap Club, The  (Macaulay, 1932.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Panama Plot, The  (Harper, 1918.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Pandora  (Harper, 1926.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Poisoned Pen, The  (Dodd Mead, 1913, Wildside, 2000.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Radio Detective, The  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1926.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Romance of Elaine, The  (Hearst, 1916.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Silent Bullet, The  (Dodd Mead, 1912, Wildside, 2000. Nash, 1912, as The Black Hand.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Social Gangster, The  (Hearst, 1916.  Hodder, 1917, as The Diamond Queen.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Soul Scar, The  (Harper, 1919.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Stars Scream Murder, The  (Appleton Century, 1936.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


Treasure-Train, The  (Harper, 1917.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.


Triumph of Elaine, The  (Hodder, 1916.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.


War Terror, The  (Hearst, 1915.  Simpkin Marshall, 1915, as Craig Kennedy, Detective.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Collection of related stories.




Enter Craig Kennedy  (Macaulay, 1935.)


A Craig Kennedy book.


                Not seen.




Pathfinder (Roc, 2010.)


Ariane Kedros #3.


A human woman accepts alien implants in order to perform a new job.


Peacekeeper  (Roc, 2008.)


Ariane Kedros #1.


A part time soldier in an interstellar military force has to find out who is murdering her former associates.


Vigilante  (Roc, 2009.)


Ariane Kedros #2.


The discovery of alien ruins threatens instability.




Infernal Devices  (?, 2005, Eos, 2006.)


Tom & Hester #3.


                Tom and Hester now have a child, who has adventures of her own.


Mortal Engines  (Scholastic UK, 2002, Eos, 2003.)


Tom & Hester #1.


                In a future in which cities roll around the countryside, a young boy is cast off from London.


Predator's Gold  (HarperCollins, 2004.)


Tom & Hester #2.


                The two youths inherit an airship and have further adventures.




Sex Teacher 2000 AD  (Pad Adult Library, 1972.)


                Futuristic pornography.




Harlow's Dimension  (Hale, 1977.)


                Not seen.


If It's Blue, It's Plague  (Hale, 1981.)


                Not seen.


Last Days of the Peacemaker, The  (Hale, 1976.)


                Not seen.


Nairn Syndrome, The  (Hale, 1975.)


                Not seen.


Stone Age Venture  (Hale, 1977.)


                Not seen.


Time Search  (Hale, 1976.)


                Not seen.


Twist in Time, A  (Hale, 1978.)


                Not seen.


REEVES-STEVENS, GARFIELD  (See also collaborations with Judith Reeves-Stevens.)


Dark Matter   (Doubleday, 1990, Bantam, 1991, Pan, 1992.)


                A brilliant but insane physicist gains his inspiration by brutally killing a series of people.  A detective struggles to uncover his secret, never expecting to be faced with the possible destruction of the entire human race.


REEVES-STEVENS, JUDITH & REEVES-STEVENS, GARFIELD  (See also selected titles by "William Shatner" and in collaboration with William Shatner.)


Day of Descent, The  (Pocket, 1993.)


An Alien Nation novel.


A retrospective adventure that details the original arrival of the alien refugees on Earth and their integration into human society.


Fall of Terek Nor, The  (Pocket, 2000.)


A Star Trek Deep Space Nine novel.


                A religious group on Bajor is concealing information about a cataclysmic event which could affect all life in the universe, and Sisko must investigate the final days of the Cardassian occupation to discover the truth.


Icefire  (Pocket, 1998.)


                Terrorists explode nuclear devices in Antarctica to create a tidal wave that could devastate most of the Pacific Basin.  Survivors attempt to get the message to skeptical authorities in time to avert a worldwide catastrophe.


Inferno  (Pocket, 2000.)


A Star Trek Deep Space Nine novel.


                Two starships, one from the Federation and one Klingon ship, are the only ones still functioning after an apocalyptic event stops the flow of time for everyone else.


Memory Prime  (Pocket, 1988, Titan, 1988.)


A Star Trek novel.


The title refers to a planet where artificial intelligences labor to collate the information coming in from all over the galaxy.  When a prominent scientist is murdered there and one of Kirk's crew is accused of the murder, he investigates and uncovers a secret that threatens to rock the Federation.


Millennium  (Pocket, 2000.)


                Omnibus of The Fall of Terok Nor, The War of the Prophets, and Inferno.


Prime Directive  (Pocket, 1991, Simon & Schuster, 1991.)


A Star Trek novel.


The Enterprise has been destroyed and its crew scattered, but some of them get together to investigate the reason why an entire planet was turned into a radioactive wasteland and to redeem Kirk's reputation.


Quick Silver  (Pocket, 1999.)


                Marginal thriller about terrorists who seize control of a revolutionary new military satellite and threaten to use it against targets on Earth.


Search (Thomas Dunne, 2010.)


Evidence of a prehistoric non-human civilization surfaces.


Wrath of the Prophets, The  (Pocket, 2000.)


A Star Trek Deep Space Nine novel.


                The close proximity of two wormholes presages an event which, according to Bajorian priests, will elevate all living beings to a new order of existence, or which, according to Starfleet, will destroy every living being.




Great Mambo Chicken & the Transhuman Condition  (Addison Wesley, 1990.)


                Kitchen sink satire of SF with scientists working on time travel, robots, nanotechnology, and other wonders.


REICHERT, MICKEY ZUCKER  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Time To Die, A  (Five Star, 2004.)


                In a morally repressed future America, a murder mystery sets off a chain reaction against a backdrop of a society that is determined to prevent people from dying even when they are terminal.


To Obey (Roc, 2013.)


An I Robot novel.




To Preserve (Roc, 2016.)


An I Robot novel.




To Protect  (Roc, 2011.)


An I Robot novel.


The early days of a pioneer in robotics.


Unknown Soldier, The  (DAW, 1994.)


                An amnesiac shows up at a hospital in the Midwest.  As he begins to recover his memories, the doctor treating him realizes that he is a soldier from a violent future world.  His escape into the past was not perfect, however, because some of his enemies have followed him into their past.




Exposure (Putnam, 2015.)


Virals #3.




Swipe (Putnam, 2013.)


Virals #2.




Terminal (Putnam, 2015.)


Virals #4.




Virals (Putnam, 2011.)


Virals #1.


A genetic experiment turns a group of teenagers into a feral pack.




Gridrunner  (Wizards of the Coast, 2000.)


A Star Drive novel.


                A woman hired to make a sensitive delivery using virtual reality on a distant world is forced to underground when the deal goes sour and she finds herself pursued by relentless enemies.




Fault Lines  (World, 1972, Berkley, 1973.)


                A massive earthquake destroyed much of the West Coast and a new ice age threatens to settle over North America.  Was it a natural disaster, or was it precipitated by agents of a foreign power?




Contaminant, The  (Harper & Row, 1978, Dell, 1980.)


                A government germ warfare project gets out of control and in the aftermath, the Russians mobilize for a possible nuclear war.




Ice Station  (Pan, 1999, St Martins, 1999.)


                Illogical kitchen sink novel about the apparent discovery of a buried spaceship in Antarctica.  Primarily an excuse for endless gun fights, not to mention mutated elephant seals that attack people, a pack of killer whales, and a conspiracy within the US government.


Scarecrow Returns  (Pocket, 2012.)


Terrorists with a doomsday device.


Temple  (St Martins, 2001.)


                Nazi terrorists and the American military battle in Peru for control of an element from outer space that can destroy the world in this violent, scientifically and politically illiterate adventure thriller.




Drowned (Harper, 2014.)


A young girl survives on a world that is mostly water.




Few Were Left  (Day, 1955, Methuen, 1955, World, 1957.)


                A group of people are trapped in the New York subway system by a nuclear war.




Hormone Holocaust, The  (Exposition, 1974.)


                Not seen.


REINSMITH, RICHARD (See also Damon Castle.)


Savage Stars, The  (Tower, 1981, Stoneshire, 1981.)


                During an interstellar war, a military ship crashes on a savage planet and evolves a new culture during the course of several generations.


Tarzan and the Tower of Diamonds  (TSR, 1985.)


                A multi-path gamebook.




Nyxia (Crown, 2017.)


Something fishy is going on in a mining colony.




Before the Beginning  (Titbits, 1954.)


                A man investigating interplanetary tensions finds himself in hot water.




Hawks of Kamalon, The  (Write Way, 1999.)


                World War II soldiers are transported to a far world where they are supposed to help the good side defeat the bad, but the villains also have unusual resources, and they recruit some Nazis.




Arcana of Maps, The (Fairwood, 2019.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Z Radiant, The  (Five Star, 2004.)


                Several characters work out their personal destiny on a planet that is only linked to the rest of humanity for brief periods.




Scotland Yard Detective  (Bantam, 1987.)


Time Machine #17.


                A multi-path gamebook.


Voyage with Columbus  (Bantam Skylark, 1986.)


                A multi-path gamebook.




If Tomorrow Comes  (Walden, 1934.)


                Not seen.




Eighteen Visits to Mars  (Vantage, 1957.)


                Not seen.


REMENHAM, J.  (Pseudonym of John Vlasto.)


Peacemaker, The  (MacDonald, 1947.)


                A future world union.


REMIC, ANDY  (Also writes Fantasy.)


Biohell  (Solaris, 2008.)


Combat K #1.


Nanotechnology turns large numbers of people into zombies.


Cloneworld (Solaris, 2011.)


Combat K #3.


A military unit finds itself trapped between enhanced humans and super robots.


Hardcore  (Solaris, 2009.)


Combat K #2.


A military unit is faced with a rebellion.


Quake  (Orbit, 2004.)


Spiral #2.


More military adventures following a nuclear war.


Spiral  (Orbit, 2003.)


Spiral #1.


                In the near future, a secretive group of high tech operatives work to foil terrorists who are armed with portable nuclear weapons.


Theme Planet (Solaris, 2011.)


Anarchy #1.


Visitors to an amusement oriented tourist planet uncover a conspiracy.


Warhead  (Orbit, 2005.)


Spiral #3.


Conflict after armageddon.


War Machine  (Solaris, 2007.)


A murder mystery mixed with military SF in an interstellar civilization.




Monodyne Catastrophe, The  (Major, 1977.)


                An object from outer space turns up in the Southwest, and its presence unsettles everything and everybody.


RENARD, MAURICE  (See also collaboration which follows.)


Blue Peril, The (Black Coat, 2020, translated by Brian Stableford from the 1910 French edition.)


Alien life living in the upper atmosphere begins to abduct humans.


Doctored Man, The  (Black Coat, 2010.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Doctor Lerne (See New Bodies for Old.)


Man Among the Microbes, A  (Black Coat, 2010. Translated from the French by Brian Stableford.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Master of Light, The  (Black Coat, 2010. Originally published in 1933.  Translated from the French by Brian Stableford.)


A man settles an old feud by means of super dense glass which makes it possible to see past events.


New Bodies for Old  (Macaulay, 1923. Black Coat, 2010, as Doctor Lerne. Translated by Brian Stableford from the original French edition 1908.)


                A scientist experiments with transforming parts from one lifeform to others.




Blind Circle  (Dutton, 1928, translated from the French by Florence Crewe-Jones.  French edition in 1925.)


                An interesting murder mystery involving the creation of artificial humans.




Man from Primrose Lane, The  (Sarah Crichton, 2012.)


Murder mystery involving time travel.




Crucible, The  (Black Flame, 2004.)


                A soldier in the future tracks down the officer who double crossed them.


Dredd vs Death  (Black Library, 2003.)


A Judge Dredd novel.


                In a future Earth, a new plague causes people to have a vampire like thirst for blood and death.


Execution Hour  (Black Library, ?)


A Warhammer novel.




Shadow Point  (Black Library, 2003.)


A Warhammer novel.


                Powerful forces battle for control of a cache of superweapons that could determine the outcome of a rebellion against Earth's empire.




Mort(e)  (Soho, 2015.)


Intelligent ants plot the destruction of humanity.




Annihilator Comes, The (Armchair, 2013, bound with Planet of No Return by Howard Browne. Magazine appearance 1930.)


A lost world is found in the Arctic.


Radium Pool, The  (Fantasy Publishing, 1949.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Stellar Missiles, The  (Fantasy Publishing, 1949.)


                Two related short novels about the discovery of alien starships hidden on Earth, their crews in a state of suspended animation.  The secret of star travel is there to be taken, if only scientists can unlock its secrets.


Synthetic Men, The (Armchair, 2020, bound with World Without Men by Charles Eric Maine. Magazine appearance 1930.)


The first creation of androids.


World of the Living Dead (Armchair, 2017, bound with Wolves of Darkness by Jack Williamson. Magazine appearance 1932.)


An alien civilization lives secretly beneath the ocean.




Baseball from Outer Space, The  (School Book Fairs, 1980.)


                A kids' baseball game is altered by the presence of an alien artifact.


RESNICK, MIKE  (See also collaborations which follow, plus with Jack McDevitt and one with Jack Chalker & George Alec Effinger. Note that most of Resnick's interplanetary adventures are loosely set in the same universe.)


Alien Heart, The  (Pulphouse, 1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Alien Land, An  (Dark Regions, 1997.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Best Rootin' Tootin' Shootin' Gunslinger in the Whole Damned Galaxy, The  (Signet, 1983.)


Galactic Midway #4.


                A contest is held to see if anyone can outshoot the sharpshooter working for an interstellar circus.


Birthright: The Book of Man  (Signet, 1982.)


                An episodic history of the expansion of man through the stars and the creation of a vast interstellar civilization.


Blasphemy  (Golden Gryphon, 2010.)


Omnibus of The Branch, Walpurgis III, and some short stories.


Branch, The  (Signet, 1984, Wildside, 2002.)


                Future Earth is dominated by the entertainment industry, and that is secretly run by a reclusive man with unprecedented power.  Now an insignificant newcomer has decided to challenge his authority, and to usurp his place as head of the most powerful corporation in human history.


Bully!  (Pulphouse, 1990.)


                Short novel about Theodore Roosevelt's adventures in Africa, where he attempts to create a new nation.


Bwana & Bully  (Tor, 1991.)


                Omnibus of the two short novels.


Castle in Cassiopeia, The  (Pyr, 2017.)


Dead Enders #3.


A special team must assassinate a planetary leader.


Dark Lady, The  (Tor, 1987, Legend, 1988.)


                An alien being is fascinated with a woman who appears in many portraits throughout the galaxy.  He decides to track down the original, and his quest takes him to various planets with differing cultures.


Dragon America  (Phobos, 2005.)


                In an alternate revolutionary America where dragons are real, George Washington leads a revolt against English rule.


Dreamwish Beasts and Snarks  (Golden Gryphon, 2009.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Eros Ascending  (Signet, 1984, Phantasia, 1984.)


Velvet Comet #1.


                A starship that is also a very exclusive bordello is the battlefield for an unrestrained battle among the criminals who own the parent company.  A saboteur is sent to destroy the ship, but finds himself no match for the woman who manages it.


Eros at Nadir  (Signet, 1986.)


Velvet Comet #4.


                Efforts to create a documentary about the now defunct Velvet Comet, an orbiting pleasure ship, take an unexpected turn when the systems are turned on and the sentient computer system asserts its own individuality.


Eros at Zenith  (Phantasia, 1984, Signet, 1985.)


Velvet Comet #2.


                Someone commits a murder aboard a star traveling bordello.  The protagonist is given the job of solving the mystery, but he finds the manager uncooperative and the sentient computer system frustrating.


Eros Descending  (Signet, 1985.)


Velvet Comet #3.


                A religious fanatic already predisposed against an orbiting pleasure ship launches a major crusade to "liberate" members of an alien race who have found employment aboard.


Forgotten Sea of Mars, The  (Cazedessus, 1965.)


                Long story published as a chapbook, set in Edgar Rice Burroughs' Mars series.


Fortress of Orion, The (Pyr, 2014.)


Dead Enders #1.


Agents of the human empire plot to replace a prominent enemy with a clone.


Galactic Comedy, The  (Farthest Star, 2003.)


                Omnibus of Paradise, Purgatory, and Inferno.


Gathering of Widowmakers, A   (Meisha Merlin, 2005.)


Widowmaker #4.


                Two of the clones of the widowmaker find themselves at odds.


Goddess of Ganymede, The  (Donald Grant, 1967, Paperback Library, 1968.)


Ganymede #1.


                Burroughs style adventure with a man battling monsters and men to prevent a beautiful woman from being forcibly married to a god on the moon Ganymede.


Hunger in the Soul, A  (Tor, 1998.)


                A scientist disappears into a remote jungle world taking with him the secret of a cure for a plague that is threatening to sweep through the human race.  A disparate party of adventurers sets out to track him down, having various adventures, and discovering a surprising truth about his disappearance.


Hunting the Snark and Other Short Novels  (Five Star, 2002.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Incarceration of Captain Nebula and Other Lost Futures, The  (Subterranean, 2012.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Inferno  (Tor, 1993.)


                Humans uplift the natives of a primitive world from barbarism to a highly technological society in less than a generation.  Unfortunately, their culture has not evolved as quickly, and now a brutal dictator seizes power with the ability to utterly destroy the opposition.


In Space No One Can Hear You Laugh  (Farthest Star, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Ivory  (Tor, 1988, Legend, 1989, Pyr, 2007.)


                A man from Earth travels to the stars searching for a legendary set of ivory tusks that have great religious and historical significance.  He hires a detective to help him track them down, and the trail leads across a variety of planets.


Kirinyaga  (Pulphouse, 1992.)


                Pamphlet edition of the 1988 short story about a planet colonized by Kenyans.


Kirinyaga  (Del Rey, 1998.)


                Collection of related stories about an attempt to recreate traditional Kenyan culture on a distant planet.


Lady with an Alien  (Watson-Guptill, 2005.)


                A time traveler visits Leonardo Da Vinci and influences one of his paintings.


Miracle of Rare Design, A  (Tor, 1994.)


                A man is physically transformed into an alien for a mission and decides he prefers it that way.


New Dreams for Old  (Pyr, 2006.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Oracle  (Ace, 1992, BenBella, 2006.)


Penelope Bailey #2.


                Bounty hunters travel to the planet where Bailey has taken refuge, determined to capture or destroy her despite her psychic ability to foretell and even shape the future.


Outpost, The  (Tor, 2001.)


                A group of bigger than life figures gather on a frontier planet to swap tall stories, socialize a little, and ultimately foil an alien invasion.


Paradise  (Tor, 1989, Legend, 1991.)


                An investigator comes to a beautiful world recently colonized by humans.  He discovers that the local aliens are not as happy about being absorbed into the empire as was claimed, and that some of them are determined to reclaim authority over their homeland.


Pink Elephants and Hairy Toads  (Wildside, 1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Prison in Antares, The (Pyr, 2015.)


Dead Enders #2.


A crew of misfits has to rescue a scientist from a prison planet.


Prophet  (Ace, 1993, Benbella, 2007.)


Penelope Bailey #3.


                A hired assassin tracks Bailey down for the third time, determined to kill her and end the risk to the human race.  But even he doesn't anticipate how completely she is in control of events.


Purgatory  (Tor, 1993, Easton, 1993.)


                A shrewd alien manages to free his primitive people from domination by the human empire through exploitation of their offworld enemies and internal discords.


Pursuit on Ganymede  (Paperback Library, 1968.)


Ganymede #2.


                More adventures in the wilderness of Ganymede, fighting an evil man with hypnotic powers as well as a variety of alien monsters.


Redbeard  (Lancer, 1969.)


                In the aftermath of a nuclear war, mutants and humans share the world, and a barbarian civilization is about to be reshaped by a single warrior.


Return of Santiago, The  (Tor, 2003.)


Santiago #2.


                A man searching the stars for stories of a legendary outlaw discovers that the man is not dead after all.


Santiago  (Tor, 1986, Arrow, 1986.)


Santiago #1.


                A bounty hunter, a reporter, and others all search the stars for the mysterious Santiago, the most famous and elusive criminal the galaxy has ever known.  But they will find a greater surprise than they expected.


Second Contact  (Tor, 1990, Legend, 1991, Easton, ?)


                An officer and lawyer is called upon to defend a space captain who murdered two of his crewmen.  The defendant insists that they were actually alien spies.  In the course of his investigation, the lawyer discovers that the man is telling the truth, and that his own life is now in danger.


Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge  (Pulphouse, 1994.)


                Novelette published as a book involving the discovery of the truth about human nature.


Sideshow  (Signet, 1982.)


Galactic Midway #1.


                The hero discovers that the "freaks" in a traveling carnival are actual alien beings, part of a circus that goes from star to star but whose existence is being concealed while they are on Earth.


Solo Flights Through Shared Worlds  (Dark Regions, 1996.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Soothsayer  (Ace, 1991, Legend, 1991, Benbella, 2005.)


Penelope Bailey #1.


                Although the galaxy is a wide open place filled with dangerous people, the most feared of them all is a young girl who has the power to foresee every possible future and to choose from among the various paths that will shape it.


Soul Eater, The  (Signet, 1981.)


                A man who considers himself the greatest hunter in the galaxy reluctantly accepts the challenge to track down and kill the Soul Eater, a legendary being who has evaded all pursuers in the past.


Stalking the Wild Resnick  (NESFA, 1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Starship: Flagship  (Pyr, 2009.)


Wilson Cole #5.


A small rebel force outwits a massive space navy.


Starship: Mercenary  (Pyr, 2007.)


Wilson Cole #3.


Episodic adventures of a rogue starship crew.


Starship: Mutiny  (Pyr, 2006.)


Wilson Cole #1.


                A military ship and its crew choose desertion when they realize the military they serve is corrupt.


Starship: Pirate  (Pyr, 2006.)


Wilson Cole #2.


                An ex-military ship and its crew pursue a new career as pirates who prey on other pirates.


Starship Rebel  (Pyr, 2008.)


Wilson Cole #4.


A mutinous captain forges an alliance against a repressive government.


Tales of the Galactic Midway  (Farthest Star, 2001.)


                Omnibus of all four of the Galactic Midway novels.


Tales of the Velvet Comet  (Farthest Star, 2001.)


                Omnibus of all four Velvet Comet novels.


Three-Legged Hootch Dancer, The  (Signet, 1983.)


Galactic Midway #2.


                A bunch of human entrepreneurs try to take traditional circus acts to the stars, but their activities are misinterpreted everywhere they go.


Through Darkest Resnick with Gun and Camera  (Washington Science Fiction Association, 1990.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Unauthorized Autobiographies and Other Curiosities  (Misfit, 1984.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Walpurgis III  (Signet, 1982.)


                An assassin is sent to a remote world to track down a man whose brilliant, charismatic leadership could lead to an interstellar war that would destroy all of interstellar civilization.


Widowmaker, The  (Bantam, 1996.)


Widowmaker #1.


                A legendary bounty hunter with a terminal illness allows himself to be cloned so that a younger version of himself can earn the money to keep him in suspended animation pending a cure.  The newcomer lacks the experience of the original, however, and runs into big trouble.


Widowmaker Reborn, The  (Bantam, 1997.)


Widowmaker #2.


                The second clone of a skillful bounty hunter is better trained than his predecessor, but he has no intention of allowing himself to be destroyed after accomplishing a mission designed to further finance the maintenance of his original's life support.


Widowmaker Unleashed, The  (Bantam, 1998.)


Widowmaker #3.


                A bounty hunter is cured of his illness and released from suspended animation, but his efforts to settle down in retirement are hampered by all of the gunslingers in the galaxy who want to establish a reputation by killing him.


Wild Alien Tamer, The  (Signet, 1983.)


Galactic Midway #3.


                A human animal trainer loses all of his animals while traveling among the stars and tries to put together a new show by picking up alien beasts.


Will the Last Person to Leave the Planet Please Shut off the Sun?  (Tor, 1992, Orb, 1994.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Win Some, Lose Some (IsFic, 2012.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


With a Little Help from My Friends  (Farthest Star, 2002.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Magic Feathers  (Obscura, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Galactica Discovers Earth  (Berkley, 1980, from the scripts by Glen A. Larson.)


Battlestar Galactica #5.


The Galactica has reached Earth, but civilization there has become a primitive one, currently under the sway of a would be dictator who has more in common with the Cylons than with his own people.




Soulmates (Arc Manor, 2016.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Star Wreck: Attack of the Jargonites  (St Martins, 1991.)


Star Wreck #2.


                A spoof of the television series.


Star Wreck: Geek Space Nine  (St Martins, 1994.)


Star Wreck #6.


                A spoof of the television series.


Star Wreck: The Generation Gap  (Excellent World, 1989, St Martins, 1990.)


Star Wreck #1.


                A spoof of the Star Trek television series.


Star Wreck: Live Long and Profit  (St Martins, 1993.)


Star Wreck #4.


                A spoof of the television series.


Star Wreck: Time Warped  (St Martin, 1992.)


Star Wreck #3


                A spoof of the television series.


Star Wreck: The Undiscovered Nursing Home  (St Martins, ?)


Star Wreck #5.


                A spoof of the television series.




Replicator Run  (Gold Medal, 1997.)


                A newspaper reporter uncovers a secret plot within the government to use tailored viruses against our own citizens.


REY, RUSSELL  (Pseudonym of Dennis Talbot Hughes, whom see.)


Queen People, The  (Curtis, 1952.)


                Ambiguous novel about a world with a strange culture.


Valley of Terror  (Curtis, 1953.)


                Every ship to dock with a space station has disappeared, and a new expedition is sent to find out why.



REYNOLDS, ALASTAIR  (See also collaboration with Stephen Baxter.)


Absolution Gap  (Gollancz, 2003, Ace, 2004.)


Revelation #3.


                As the ancient killing machines threaten to destroy the human race, a host of new religions spring up near a planet that periodically disappears.


Beyond the Aquila Rift (Gollancz, 2016.)


Collection of sometimes related stories.


Blue Remembered Earth (Alastair Reynolds, 2012.)


Solar #1.


Two siblings follow a trail of clues to the secret of interstellar flight.


Bone Silence (Orbit, 2019.)


Revenger #3.


A pair of pirate sisters uncover mysteries in a far future solar system.


Century Rain  (Gollancz, 2004, Ace, 2005.)


Related to the Revelation series.


                After Earth is ruined by nanotechnology gone wild, an artificial world is found that duplicates the world just prior to World War II.


Chasm City  (Gollancz, 2000, Ace, 2001.)


Related to the Revelation series.


                Set in the same universe as Revelation Space, but with different characters.  A professional security consultant who failed his employer travels across space to hunt down the man responsible.  During the chase, he has flashbacks to the life of the mentally twisted man who led the settlement of his homeworld, and then discovers that his memories are not his own.


Deep Navigation  (NESFA, 2010.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Diamond Dogs  (PS, 2002.)


                A group of visitors try to solve the mystery of an alien artifact.


Diamond Dogs, Turquoise Days  (Gollancz, 2003, Ace, 2004.)


                Omnibus of the two short novels.


Elysium Fire (Orbit, 2018.)


A series of inexplicable deaths troubles a system of worldlets.


Eversion (Titan,2022.)


The exploration of an alien artifact causes an AI to have hallucinations.


Galactic North  (Gollancz, 2006, Ace, 2007.)


Revelation #5.


                Collection of loosely related stories.


Harvest of Time  (Broadway, 2013.)


A Doctor Who novel.


An alien race tries to rewrite time.


House of Suns  (Gollancz, 2008, Ace, 2009.)


In the very distant future, someone tries to wipe out a strain of star traveling clones.


Inhibitor Phase (Orbit, 2021.)


Set in Revelation Space universe.


A search to find a weapon that can hold off the machines intent upon wiping out humanity.


Iron Tactician, The (NewCon, 2016.)


A star traveler gets sucked into an interplanetary war.


On the Steel Breeze (?, 2013, Ace, 2014.)


Solar #2.


A pair of clones try to discover what an artificial intelligence is concealing about a distant planet.


Permafrost (Tor, 2019.)


Time travelers try to remedy a future disaster.


Prefect, The  (Gollancz, 2007, Ace, 2008.)


Revelation #6.


                A police officer on a Utopian world discovers a plot to overthrow the government.


Pushing Ice  (Gollancz, 2005, Ace, 2006.)


                An expedition is diverted to investigate an artificial object leaving the solar system and is caught in its orbit and unable to escape.


Redemption Ark  (Gollancz, 2002.)


Revelation #2.


                Various human factions battle for control of a collection of super weapons when faced with the arrival of life devouring machines left over by a previous civilization.


Revelation Space  (Gollancz, 2000, Ace, 2001, Millennium, 2001.)


Revelation #1.


                Scientists on a remote planet are seeking to discover what caused the extinction of an intelligent species, but their efforts are hindered by a civil war within the colony.  Elsewhere, a ship crewed by humans so augmented and altered that they are essentially another species seeks a cure for their captain, who has been attacked by a parasitic disease. 


Revenger (Orbit, 2017.)


Revenger #1.


Two sisters battle space pirates.


Shadow Captain (Orbit, 2019,)


Revenger #2.


Having captured a pirate's spaceship, two sisters try to convince others that they are not criminals as well.


Slow Bullets (Tachyon, 2015.)


An interstellar flights goes awry and passengers find themselves a thousand years in the future.


Terminal World (Ace, 2010.)


Disaster in a far future earth.


Turquoise Days  (Golden Gryphon, 2002.)


Revelation #4.


                Short novel about a space colony facing a threat when a visiting starship endangers a mysterious form of intelligence found on their world.


Zima Blue and Other Stories  (Night Shade, 2007.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Kiteman  (Berkley, 1986.  Knopf, 1985, as Kiteman of Karanga.)


                Banished from his own tribe, a man sets off to fly across the desert on a giant kite, and on the far side discovers strange new lands and peoples.


Kiteman of Karanga.  (See Kiteman.)


REYNOLDS, ANTHONY (Also writes Fantasy.)


Dark Apostle  (Black Library, 2007.)


A Warhammer novel.


A military unit begins building an enigmatic device on an occupied world.


Dark Creed (Black Library, 2009.)


A Warhammer novel.


A split within a unit of space marines turns violent.


Dark Disciple (Black Library, 2008.)


A Warhammer novel.


A self aggrandizing military officer is caught between his superiors and an alien force.


Kharn: Eater of Worlds (Black Library, 2016.)


A Warhammer novel.


Military SF.


Word Bearers (Black Library, 2012.)


Omnibus of Dark Apostle, Dark Creed, and Dark Disciple.




Golden Amazons of Venus (Armchair, 2016, bound with Giant Killer by Dwight V. Swain. Magazine appearance 1939.)


Intrigue on the planet Venus.


REYNOLDS, MACK  (See also collaborations which follow.  Note that many of this author's near future Utopian speculations are loosely set in the same universe.)


Ability Quotient  (Ace, 1975.)


                An ex-soldier agrees to participate in an experiment designed to increase his intelligence, but finds himself in hot water.  Not only is the intention of the project to replace the human race, but someone is willing to kill to keep him from exposing what is really happening.


After Some Tomorrow  (Belmont, 1967.)


                Two people with the ability to occasionally predict the course of the future are enlisted by the government in a secret mission.  Unfortunately, their powers do not enable them to eavesdrop on their own personal futures to see what comes of their involvement.


After Utopia  (Ace, 1977.)


                Humanity has achieved a Utopian future but it is predictably boring.  More and more individuals choose to immerse themselves in virtual reality dreams and escape the humdrum.  A handful of rebels realize that the race is headed for extinction unless it finds a fresh challenge.


Amazon Planet  (Ace, 1975.)


A United Planets novel.


                An agent is sent to a planet dominated by women, where he is contacted by representatives of a male oriented revolutionary group.  There is something fishy about the rebels though, and the outsider is about to find himself in very hot water.


Best of Mack Reynolds, The  (Pocket, 1976.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Best Ye Breed, The  (Ace, 1978.)


Africa #3.


                An American black man has become the ruler of most of North Africa in his bid to bring that part of the continent into modern times and create a new world power.


Blackman's Burden  (Ace, 1972, bound with Border, Breed Nor Birth by the same author.  Armchair, 2014, bound with The Giants from Outer Space by Geoff St. Reynard. Magazine version, 1961.)


Africa #1.


                African nations seek their destiny in the next century.


Border, Breed Nor Birth  (Ace, 1972, bound with Blackman's Burden by the same author.  Magazine version, 1962.)


Africa #2.


                Conflict and confusion in future Africa.


Brain World  (Leisure, 1978.)


A United Planets novel.


                An agent is sent to a supposed paradise world to approve their admission to the United Planets, but he finds himself in danger when he uncovers a dark secret concealed from offworlders.


Chaos in Lagrangia  (Tor, 1984.)


Rex Bader #4.


                Identifying the people plotting to murder the director of L5 was only part of the problem.  It turns out that a lot of different groups have a vested interest in his death, and every one of them is a powerful entity in its own right. A private detective seems hardly a match for the forces they can muster.


Code Duello  (Ace, 1973, bound with Computer War by the same author.  Ace, alone, 1970.)


A United Planets novel.


                The United Planets gathers together an unlikely group of secret agents for a special mission, and they succeed in fact because of their unlikeliness.


Commune 2000 A.D.  (Bantam, 1974.)


                Humanity has achieved a Utopian society, but increasingly people are fleeing the giant cities to live in the less ordered communes.  The hero is assigned the job of investigating the trend in order to address whatever is causing the discontent, but instead he becomes infected by it.


Compounded Interest  (NESFA, 1983.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Computer War  (Ace, 1973, bound with Code Duello by the same author.  Magazine version 1967.)


                One side in an interstellar war becomes so dependent upon their computers that they don't realize they are being defeated by the illogical spontaneity of their enemies.


Computer World  (Curtis, 1970.)


                Intrigue in a future world where everything is computerized, crime is supposedly a vanishing idiosyncrasy, but someone is plotting to sabotage the universal data system and throw civilization into chaos.


Cosmic Eye, The  (Belmont, 1969, Belmont Tower, 1975.)


                A member of the ruling class of a totalitarian world state of the future decides that it is more important to restore freedom than to continue his privileged status.  His fellow aristocrats don't take kindly to the idea.


Dawnman Planet  (Ace, 1966, bound with Inherit the Earth by Claude Nunes.  Magazine title was Beehive.)


A United Planets novel


                An agent of an interstellar intelligence organization is sent to a supposedly primitive colony world to find out how they managed to create an entirely new technology.  And while he's there, he has to stop an ambitious man from using that technology to alter the balance of power in the universe.


Day After Tomorrow  (Ace, 1976.  Shorter magazine version under the title Status Quo.)


                A corrupt government controlled by the larger corporations rules the world.  A handful of scientists and free thinkers conspire to overthrow their power, but the authorities resort to criminal and even violent acts to protect the status quo.


Depression or Bust and Dawnman Planet  (Ace, 1974.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.  The first is cobbled together from several stories about economic crises in the near future.  The other was previously published separately.


Earth Unaware.  (See Of Godlike Power.)


Earth War, The  (Pyramid, 1963, New English Library, 1965.  Armchair, 2013, bound with Weapon from the Stars by Rog Phillips. Magazine title The Frigid Fracas.)


Joe Mauser #2.


                A kind of peace is achieved on the world by limiting weaponry to those invented before the 20th Century.  Now conflicts are very local or between corporations, and a new breed of mercenary rises to fill the necessary roles in this new method of warfare.


Equality: In the Year 2000  (Ace, 1977.)


Utopia #2.


                A man from our time has great difficulty adapting to the future Utopian culture in which he awakens, and which he finds far less interesting than his own time.


Five Way Secret Agent and Mercenary from Tomorrow, The  (Ace, 1969.)


Rex Bader #1.


                The first novel is political intrigue in the near future.  The second has been published separately.


Fracas Factor, The  (Leisure, 1978.)


Joe Mauser #3.


                Mauser has left the mercenaries and is supposedly no longer involved with the internecine conflicts, but someone is trying to kill him anyway.  What does he know that he doesn't realize he knows?


Galactic Medal of Honor  (Ace, 1976.  Shorter magazine version as Medal of Honor.)


                During a war with alien invaders, humanity creates the title award, which gives the recipient virtually anything he wants.  A group of criminals conspire with the protagonist to fake the accomplishments that earn one, in return for his assistance with their own endeavors once he has received it.  But the award causes him to change his opinion of himself.


Lagrange Five  (Bantam, 1979.)


Rex Bader #2.


                An orbiting colony is designed to look like Earth, but its inhabitants are increasingly subject to a new psychological disorder.  They suffer from a bizarre claustrophobia that causes them to commit sporadic violent acts of destruction.


Lagrangists, The  (Tor, 1983.)


Rex Bader #3.


                Someone is trying to murder the director of the L5 colony in the moon's orbit.  A private detective tries to identify them before they achieve their objective, and finds himself being added to their hit list.


Looking Backward, From the Year 2000  (Ace, 1973, Elmfield, 1976.)


Utopia #1.


                A man is in suspended animation for decades and wakens in a Utopian future.  This novel and its sequel draw heavily on the Utopian novels of Edward Bellamy.


Mercenary (Armchair, 2016, bound with M'Bong-Ah by Rog Phillips. Magazine appearance 1962.)


Corporate warfare in the future.


Mercenary from Tomorrow  (Ace, 1968, bound with The Key to Venudine by Kenneth Bulmer.)


Joe Mauser #1.


                A mercenary struggles to survive in a future world where corporations wage warfare using weapons from the 19th Century.


Of Godlike Power  (Belmont, 1966.  (Belmont, 1968, as Earth Unaware.)


                A religious fanatic shocks the world when it appears that simply by stating that something is a fact, he can make it so.  And conversely, by saying that something no longer exists, it ceases to be.


Once Departed  (Curtis, 1970.)


                A veritable crowd of secret agents cluster around a controversial scientist, and one of them is framed for a series of murders designed to cover up a sinister plot.


Perchance to Dream  (Ace, 1977.)


                The dream machines are computerized virtual reality environments in which one can literally live the life of any historical figure.  Unfortunately, the device is addictive and humanity may have doomed itself by allowing people access to such a perfect escape.


Planetary Agent X  (Ace, 1965, bound with Behold the Man by Kenneth Bulmer.)


A United Planets novel.


                Actually two long stories cobbled together about an interstellar intelligence corps and its operations.


Police Patrol 2000 A.D.  (Ace, 1977.)


                Episodic novel originally several short stories about the lives of police officers in the near future.


Rival Rigellians, The  (Ace, 1967, bound with Nebula Alert by A. Bertram Chandler.  Shorter magazine version was titled Adaptation.)


                A team is sent to help a lost colony world reacquire a high civilization, but although the local inhabitants appear to be primitive, they are concealing some secrets about their society that pose a threat to even the more sophisticated outsiders.


Rival Rigellians and Planetary Agent X, The  (Ace, 1967.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Rolltown  (Ace, 1976.  Magazine title was The Towns Must Roll.)


                Adventure in a future where entire towns have become mobile and move around the countryside, a satire on contemporary trends.


Satellite City  (Ace, 1975.)


                The title refers to a space station that is actually a luxury resort, catering to the rich and owned by a mysterious organization about which little is known.  Then one curious man decides to investigate, and discovers the strange secret hidden behind the facade.


Section G: United Planets  (Ace, 1976.)


A United Planets novel.


                Actually two long stories cobbled together about an interstellar intelligence organization and its operations.


Space Barbarians, The  (Ace, 1969, bound with The Eyes of Bolsk by Robert Lory.)


                A barbarian civilization tries to decide whether or not to barter with visitors from another star system, and the upset their presence brings to their culture.


Space Pioneer  (Four Square, 1966.)


                Not seen.


Space Search   (Dell, 1984.)


                A young boy refuses to accept that his father is actually dead, so he escapes from the authority of his uncle, makes friends with a mercenary, and sets out on an interplanetary voyage of discovery to locate his missing relative.


Space Visitor  (Ace, 1977.)


                A scientist discovers an alien spaceship abandoned on the moon and disappears.  The nations of Earth, supposedly committed to peace, suddenly become deadly rivals in the race to secure the alien technology before any of their rivals.


Stowaway and Other Stories (Armchair, 2010.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Time Gladiator  (New English Library, 1966, Lancer, 1969, Priory, ?.  Magazine version, 1964, as Sweet Dreams, Sweet Princes.)


Joe Mauser #4.


                Gladiatorial games are back in style as a three way cold war locks the world in step.  But then a scholar discovers that someone is working behind the scenes to turn up the heat, with potentially devastating consequences for the world.


Tomorrow Might Be Different  (Ace, 1975, Sphere, 1976. Shorter magazine version as Russkies Go Home.)


                The Soviet Union switches to a market economy and begins producing merchandise so quickly that the economy of the US begins to falter.  Is there any way to restore balance or is the US doomed to succumb to its own weapon?


Towers of Utopia, The  (Bantam, 1975.)


                In a regulated Utopian future, it is almost impossible to escape the system.  Nevertheless, someone has managed to become an unapprehended criminal, a novelty which is in some ways a blessing to the bored residents.


Trample an Empire Down  (Leisure, 1978.)


                Another novel of a human Utopia that becomes so boring that discontented individuals overthrow the government in a last ditch effort to find something interesting to occupy their time.




Joe Mauser: Mercenary from Tomorrow  (Baen, 1986.)


                This is an expanded new version of the shorter novel of the same name along with The Earth War.


Sweet Dreams, Sweet Princes  (Baen, 1986.)


                This is an expanded version of the novel which appeared as Time Gladiator by Reynolds alone.




Deathwish World  (Baen, 1986.)


                In the future, you can earn a lot of money by offering yourself as the prey for professional hunters in the entertainment industry.  One particularly successful man finally attracts unwanted attention, because someone resents the fact that he is never caught.


Eternity  (Baen, 1984.)


                The protagonist is surprised to find so many familiar faces in a small Mexican village, particularly since the faces are unusually youthful.  Then the killing starts as the battle is joined for a process that promises near immortality to those who own it.


Home Sweet Home 2010 A.D.  (Dell, 1984.)


                The government tries to move the Apaches off their land because of the discovery of Uranium, leading to a new war with the Indians.  But this time the latter have teamed up with lawyers and publicists.


Other Time, The  (Baen, 1984.)


                A man inadvertently travels back through time and nearly causes Cortez to conquer North America.  To correct his mistake, he joins the Indians and helps them to defeat the Spanish invaders.


Trojan Orbit  (Baen, 1985.)


                An agent is sent to a space station to find out if the Soviets are responsible for its problems.  He discovers that they do indeed have agents aboard, but so does an alien race.  And neither of the interlopers wants him to reveal the truth.




It Happened Like This  (Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1952, translated from the French by J.F. McCrindle.  Sloan, 1952, as When and If.


The story of a nuclear war.


When and If.  (See It Happened Like This.)




Earth Times Two  (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1970.)


                Young reader's adventure story in which a boy discovers that doppelgangers have infiltrated Earth and that the people they replace travel to their planet.




Tides of God, The  (Ace, 1989.)


                An alien force that claims to be God is returning to devastate the Earth a thousand years from now, but the human race has developed the technology that will allow them to resist the attack, and perhaps to destroy God himself.




Savage Report: 1994, The  (Freeway, 1974.)


Savage #1.


                A team of reporters sets out to uncover a plot to use nuclear weapons to alter the balance of power in the world, and in the process, they destroy the conspiracy.


War of the Gurus  (Freeway, 1974.)


Savage #2.


                An evil genius plots world domination, and a variety of crackpot religions get caught up in an international conspiracy. 


RHINEHART, LUKE  (Pseudonym of George Powers Cockroft.)


Adventures of Wim, The  (Grafton, 1986.)


                Not seen.


Long Voyage Back  (Delacorte, 1983, Dell, 1984.)


                A group of people survive a nuclear war by remaining at sea aboard a small pleasure craft, having various adventures as they seek to find a safe harbor.




Dangerous Type, The (Night Shade, 2015.)


Dangerous #1.


Interstellar war.




Dead of the Night   (Dodd, Mead, 1942, Popular Library, ?)


                Not really SF, but on the very last page of this murder mystery, the German army begins an invasion of England.




Last Reich, The  (Rutledge, 2001.)


                Germany won the second world war and dominates North America, but a band of rebels plans to restore democracy.




Caxton's Book  (Bancroft, 1876, Hyperion, 1974.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Eternity Merchants, The  (Hale, 1981.)


                Not seen.


Five Doors, The  (Hale, 1981.)


                An alien artifact provides access to other planets.




Year of the Rats, The  (Walker, 1973.)


                The Earth has become vastly overpopulated.  What remains of technological civilization is confined to a single city in the middle of North America, wherein scientists are seeking a way to exterminate the vast majority of the population which lives outside their borders.




Heavens Rise, The  (Gallery, 2013.)


An alien parasite attacks humans.




Voyage to Purilia, A  (Cosmopolitan, 1930, Gollancz, 1930, Penguin, 1954.)


                Not seen.  Travel to a Utopian planet.




Eve and the Evangelist  (Roxburgh, 1908.)


                Not seen.  Set in the 22nd Century.




Damned If We Do  (FASA, 1990.)


A Renegade Legion novel.


                Based on a wargame, this is the story of a band of mercenaries trying to wrest control of a planet from the grip of a repressive Terran empire.


Far Country  (Roc, 1993.)


A Battletech novel.


Two rival mercenary bands are stranded on a lost colony world and get involved in a battle to determine the future of humanity on that world.


Monsoon  (FASA, 1992.)


                Military adventure in which a small band of heroes frees a world from outside domination.




Agent of Judgment  (Forge, 2000.)


                A man hiding from the law tries to rescue his son from a religious cult which appears to be behind a series of worldwide disasters designed to mimic, or cause, the end of the world.  Marginal.




Avenging Angel  (Gold Eagle, 1993.)


Jake Strait #1.


                A private detective in a future where cities and countryside are armed camps finds himself caught up in a political controversy when a revolutionary group tries to hire his services.


Day of Judgment  (Gold Eagle, 1994.)


Jake Strait #3.


                Strait becomes involved with a religious cult which appears to have good intentions.  But as he trains the adherents to defend themselves, he begins to suspect that their leader has a more sinister purpose.


Devil Knocks, The  (Gold Eagle, 1993.)


Jake Strait #2.


                A special agent travels across a polluted America to Denver, where he is employed to remove an autocratic dictator from power.


Twist of Cain  (Gold Eagle, 1994.)


Jake Strait #4.


                This time Strait is hired to track down and eliminate a serial killer who has been preying on rich and poor alike.  He does so against the backdrop of a city sharply divided between those who have money and those who have not.




Across the Sky  (Fairwood, 2009.)


Collection of unrelated stories.




Solid Gold Kidnapping  (Warner, 1975.)


A Six Million Dollar Man novel.


                The bionic man must neutralize a criminal organization that has carefully laid a trap to entice him within their power.




Galactic Girl  (Star, 1980.)


                Not seen.  For young adults.




Brother Bear  (Joseph, 1957.  Duell Sloan Pearce, 1956, as Two Roubles in Times Square.)


                The Russians invade New York City.  Youíd think theyíd have better sense.


Two Roubles in Times Square.  (See Brother Bear.)




Hour of the Phoenix, The  (Arcadia, 1965.)


                A rogue planet is about to destroy the Earth, so the authorities carefully select a handful of people to survive and preserve the race.


RICHARDS, JOEL  (Pseudonym of Joel Fruchtman.)


Pindharee  (Tor, 1986.)


                An agent of the Terran government discovers that the supposedly extinct aliens of a distant world are actually still around, have harnessed a very powerful new technology, and are willing to share it with Earth under certain circumstances.  To gain their cooperation, he must disobey his orders and risk being branded a traitor.


RICHARDS, JUSTIN  (See also collaboration with Andy Lane and those which follow. Also writes Fantasy.)


Apollo 23  (BBC, 2010)


A Doctor Who novel.


Mystery at a secret military base on the moon.


Burning, The  (BBC, 2000.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                Efforts to re-open an old mine result in the inexplicable deaths of a number of local villagers, a mystery that remains unsolved until the Doctor arrives.


Clockwise Man, The  (BBC, 2005.)


A Doctor Who novel.


The Doctor searches for a killer in 1920s London.


Code of the Krillitanes (BBC, 2010.)


A Doctor Who novel.


Someone is trying to raise human intelligence, but why?


Death Riders (Puffin, 2011)


A Doctor Who novel.


Mystery at an interstellar fair.


Deviant Strain, The  (BBC, 2005.)


A Doctor Who novel.


A mysterious killer stalks an abandoned Russian submarine base.


Dragonsí Wrath  (Virgin, 1997.)


The New Adventures #2.


                A scientist investigates a murder and the apparent theft of a precious artifact, while trying to avoid becoming involved with an ambitious interplanetary warlord.


Demontage  (BBC, 1999.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The Doctor must solve a murder and other problems on a planet that is a neutral meeting place between two warring alien races.


Dreams of Empire  (BBC, 1998.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                A Man in the Iron Mask style adventure with the Doctor in a mysterious castle on a far world where a variety of inexplicable events seem aimed at destroying the planetís government.


Martha in the Mirror  (BBC, 2008.)


A Doctor Who novel.




Medusa Effect, The  (Virgin, 1998.)


The New Adventures #12.


                A woman is sent to help investigate an experimental starship which has returned to Earth, apparently haunted by the ghosts of its former crew.


Millennium  (BBC, 1999.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                Not seen.


Millennium Shock  (BBC, 1999.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The Doctor is on Earth investigating the conniving of a company that claims to have the technology to solve Y2K related problems, but which is actually the front organization for an alien plot to take over the Earth.


Option Loch  (BBC, 1998.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The Doctor visits the present day and investigates a seven hundred year old cult involved in an international conspiracy.


Plague of the Cybermen  (Broadway, 2013.)


A Doctor Who novel.


The Doctor confronts old enemies.


Resurrection Casket, The  (BBC, 2006.)


A Doctor Who novel.


The Doctor runs into an interstellar bandit.


Sands of Time, The  (Doctor Who Books, 1996.)


A Doctor Who Missing Adventure.


The fifth Doctor has renewed problems with Sutekh, an immortal alien being he thought destroyed during his previous regeneration.  And Sutekh's minions have kidnapped his companion.


Silhouette (Broadway, 2014.)


A Doctor Who novel.


The Doctor encounters an alien and humans with unusual powers in Victorian London.


Sometime NeverÖ  (BBC, 2004.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The Council has been watching over the progress of time since forever, but they know that they will be betrayed and that the Doctor  will fail.  Or will he?


Suicide Exhibition, The (Thomas Dunne, 2015.)


Never War #1.


During World War II, the Nazis stir up an alien race living beneath the Earth's surface.


System Shock  (Doctor Who Books, 1995.)


A Doctor Who Missing Adventure.


On a near future Earth, the Doctor becomes involved with a plot by aliens to use computer networking to undermine human society and take over the world.


Tears of the Oracle  (Virgin, 1999.)


A New Adventure


                A scientists contends with ancient alien artifacts and religious fanatics who have swept into power on her home world.


Theatre of War  (Doctor Who Books, 1994.)


A Doctor Who New Adventure.


An expedition is launched to find out why a previous visit to the planet Menoxus ended disastrously.  In the ruins of a great theater, another series of deaths begins, and the Doctor arrives to discover that reality and drama aren't as distinctly separate here as they are elsewhere.


Time Zero  (BBC, 2002.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                Mysterious prehistoric creatures appear at a haunted castle.




Shadow in the Glass, The  (BBC, 2001.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                Why is a remote British village under military cordon since World War II?


RICHARDS, LEIGH  (Pseudonym of Laurie R. King.)


Califia's Daughters  (Bantam, 2004.)


                Following a nuclear war, men are in short supply, protected by women who have gathered into sometimes feudal societies.


RICHARDS, PAUL  (House pseudonym.)


Our Spacecraft Is Missing!  (Award, 1970.)


A Grant Fowler novel.


                Someone is destroying both US and Soviet spacecraft in an effort to provoke a nuclear war, so a secret agent is sent to discover the truth.


President Has Been Kidnapped, The  (Award, 1971.)


A Grant Fowler novel.


                Title says it all in this marginal thriller about Air Force One being hijacked by agents of a Latin American dictator.




Star Dwarves Travesty, The  (Northwest Publishing, 1994.  Starsend, 1997, revised version.)


                A spoof of the Star Wars movies in the style of Mad Magazine.




One Man War  (Angus Robertson, 1957.  Magazine title In Time of Fear.)


                Alternate history wherein Japan wins the Battle of the Coral Sea and invades Australia.


RICHARDSON, K.R.  (Writes Horror as Kat Richardson.)


Blood Orbit (Pyr, 2018.)


Murder mystery on another planet.




Golden Globe, The  (Boulevard, 1995.)


Star Wars: Junior Jedi Knights #1.


Anakin Solo is sent off to the academy where he makes a friend with whom he engages in a forbidden adventure in a nearby jungle.  For younger readers.


Lyric's World  (Boulevard, 1996.)


Star Wars: Junior Jedi Knights #2.


Young Anakin travels to a remote moon to help an alien friend rejoin his people, but they discover clues there about an evil force that threatens the galaxy.


Promises  (Boulevard, 1996.)


Star Wars: Junion Jedi Knights #3.


An eleven year old trainee knight helps a friend raised by the Sand People discover the truth about her missing family.  For young readers.


RICHARDSON, R.S.  (See also Philip Latham.)


Second Satellite  (McGraw Hill, 1956.)


                Not seen.  A lecture on astronomy with trappings of fiction.




Chosen Ones, The  (Pulpless, 1999.)


                Teenagers on a distant planet discover artifacts in a cave which eventually reveal an entirely different history of their planet and their own lives.


RICHMOND, LEIGH  (See collaborations with Walt Richmond.)


RICHMOND, MARY  (Pseudonym of Kathleen Lindsey.)


Grim Tomorrow, The  (Wright & Brown, 1953.)


                Not seen.  A nuclear war.


Valley of Doom, The  (Wright & Brown, 1947.)


                Not seen.  A lost world novel.




Challenge the Hellmaker  (Ace, 1976. Serialized as Where I Wasn't Going.)


                A totalitarian world government controls most of Earth, but they are opposed by a team of scientists in an orbiting laboratory who have developed a superweapon.


Gallagher's Glacier  (Ace, 1970, bound with Positive Charge by the same authors.)


                Ruthless corporations dominate interstellar commerce and squeeze out all the competition.  One man gathers a few friends and attempts to break their monopoly, despite covert and overt attempts to eliminate him from the equation.


Lost Millennium, The  (Ace, 1967, bound with ?  Ace, 1977, as Siva!.)


                Novelization of the authors' theories that the pyramids may have somehow been connected with a solar tap from a previous high technology civilization.


Phase Two.  (See Phoenix Ship.)


Phoenix Ship  (Ace, 1969, bound with ?  Ace, 1979, as Phase Two.)


                A new battle is imminent in the battle by the asteroid colonies to remain independent of the authority of Earth.  Part of the struggle involves memory implants, supposedly short cuts to learning, but actually a clever ploy designed to reduce the effectiveness of the opposition.


Positive Charge  (Ace, 1970, bound with Gallagher's Glacier by the same authors.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Probability Corner, The  (Ace, 1977.)


                An experiment aimed at blending the human mind with the mechanical computer succeeds, and the consequences will change the nature of human civilization forever.


Shock Wave  (Ace, 1967, bound with Envoy to the Dog Star by Frederick L. Shaw Jr.)


                An Earthman is mysteriously kidnapped to a far world where his only companion is an enigmatic computer.  He must learn to communicate with the device in order to find out why he has been taken and in order to be returned to his home.


Siva!.  (See The Lost Millennium.)




Pictures of the Socialistic Future  (Sonnenschein, 1893, translated from the German by H. Wright.)


                Satire about a socialist Germany.




Map of Dreams  (Golden Gryphon, 2006.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.




Quickening of Caliban, The  (?, 1893.)


                Another version of humanity survives in Africa.




Deep Space Warriors  (Hale, 1981.)


                Not seen.


Gabion  (Hale, 1979.)


                Not seen.


Space Traders Unlimited  (Methuen, 1987.)


                Not seen.


Strange Land, The  (Hale, 1980.)


                Not seen.




Green Machine, The  (Noel Douglas, 1924.)


                Not seen.  Travel around the solar system.




Those Who Walk in Darkness  (Warner, 2003, Aspect 2005.)


Mutants #1.


                In a future where superheroes have become real through mutation, a female cop tries to solve a series of crimes.


What Fire Cannot Burn  (Warner, 2006.)


Mutants #2.


                A serial killer is specializing in mutants.


RIDYARD, JENNIFER  (See collaboration with John Connolly.)


RIENOW, LEONA  (See also collaboration which follows.)


Bewitched Caverns, The  (Scribners, 1948.)


Dark Pool #1.


                A novel of prehistory.


Dark Pool, The  (Scribners, 1949.)


Dark Pool #2.


                A novel of prehistory.




Year of the Last Eagle, The  (Ballantine, 1970.)


                A scientist returns to Earth from a prolonged stay aboard a space station for his new assignment, helping to save the bald eagle from becoming extinct.


RIENOW, ROBERT  (See collaboration with Leona Rienow.)




Witness to the Future  (Fjord Press, 1987, translated from the Danish by Steve Murray.)


                Two people time travel from World War II into the 1980s, and aren't happy with the way the world turned out.




War Ė 1974  (Military Service Publishing, 1958.)


                A future war novel.




Embryo House  (Tate, 2009.)


A scientist makes a discover about the origin of life.  An anti-abortion novel.




Full Clip  (St Martins, 1992.)


Swag Town #2.


                A villainous travel agent is advertising hunting trips with human prey within New York City, and Swag is just the man to uncover the truth and bring the unsavory business to an end.


Kill Crazy  (St Martins, 1993.)


Swag Town #3.


A new drug spreads through a near future America.


Swag Town  (St Martins, 1992.)


Swag Town #1.


                Swag is a freelance adventurer and entrepreneur in a future New York City that has become a decaying jungle in a future when the American economy has crashed and foreigners control most of the assets in North America.




Fourth Round, Indo-Pak War 1984, The  (ABC, 1982.)


                Future war novel.




Bonded Agent (Wolfsinger, 2016.)


An insurance agent gets involved with space pirates and an interplanetary war.


RILEY, FRANK  (See collaboration with Mark Clifton.)




Space Whores  (Castle, 1978, bound with Orgies in Space by Tom Nestle.  Hustler, 1979, as Star Whores.)


                Pornography set in outer space.


Star Whores.  (See Space Whores.)




Zolotov Affair, The  (Sherborne Press, 1967, Signet, 1971.)


                Marginal story about two free thinkers whose strange ideas transform the world.


RINGO, JOHN  (See also collaborations with David Weber and those which follow.)


Against the Tide


Magic #3.




Citadel  (Baen, 2011.)


Interstellar war.


East of the Sun, West of the Moon  (Baen, 2006.)


Magic #4.


                Magical creatures in outer space.


Emerald Sea  (Baen, 2004.)


Magic #2.


                After civilization collapses in the far future, attempts are made to form a new political union.


Eye of the Storm  (Baen, 2009.)


Posleen #3.


More turnabouts in a war with aliens.


Ghost  (Baen, 2005.)


Ghost #1.


                Marginal thriller about a terrorist plot to destroy Paris.


Gust Front  (Baen, 2001.)


God Kings #2.


                Since humans have acted as mercenaries for one side in an interstellar war, the other side decides that an invasion of Earth is fair game.


Hell's Faire  (Baen, 2003.)


God Kings #4.


                The armies of Earth continue to battle alien invaders.


Hot Gate, The  (Baen, 2011.)


Troy Rising #2.


One battlestation may save the Earth.


Hymn Before Battle, A  (Baen, 2000.)


God Kings  #1.


                Aliens decide that humans make better soldiers, so they enlist the aid of humans in their battles against their rivals on several other planets.


Into the Looking Glass  (Baen, 2005.)


Stars #1.


                Humans open a gateway to the stars and find a ruthless enemy awaiting them.


Islands of Rage and  Hope (Baen, 2014.)


Zombies #2.


Military SF with zombies.


Kildar (Baen, 2006.)


Ghost #2.


                Marginal techno-thriller involving a secret history and a professional agent.


Live Free or Die  (Baen, 2010.)


Troy Rising #1.


Earth is threatened by alien invaders.


Strands of Sorrow (Baen, 2015.)


Black Tide #4.


Worldwide plague.


There Will Be Dragons  (Baen, 2003.)


Magic #1.


                In a far future in which humans can reshape their bodies and command nearly magical technologies, a worldwide collapse leads to confusion and strife.


Under a Graveyard Sky  (Baen, 2013.)


Zombies #1.


Rationalized zombies.


When the Devil Dances  (Baen, 2002.)


God Kings #3.


                The horselike alien Posleen have conquered virtually the entire Earth outside of North America, where plans are underway to launch fresh attacks against the invaders.




Cally's War  (Baen, 2004.)


Cally O'Neal #1.


                An assassin has various adventures in a future in which humans are trying to fit into galactic civilization.


Honor of the Clan  (Baen, 2009.)


Cally O'Neal #3.


Military SF set in the aftermath of an alien war.


Sister Time  (Baen, 2007.)


Cally O'Neal #2.


Two sisters battle sinister aliens in an interstellar civilization.




Road to Damascus, The  (Baen, 2004.)


A Bolo novel.


                A peaceful, recently settled planet has to mobilize to resist an invasion.




Watch on the Rhine  (Baen, 2005.)


Posleen #1.


                Aliens conquer the US and the German Nazis have to come to the rescue.


Tuloriad, The  (Baen, 2009.)


Posleen #3.


A defeated alien race looks for its original homeworld.


Yellow Eyes  (Baen, 2007.)


Posleen #2.


                An alien invasion force attempts to seize control of the Panama Canal.




Manxome Foe  (Baen, 2008.)


Stars #3.


A colony world ceases to communicate so a ship is sent to discovery why.


Von Neumannís War  (Baen, 2006.)


                A race of robots threatens the Earth.


Vorpal Blade  (Baen, 2007.)


Stars #2.


A spaceship travels through an alternate reality battling monstrous aliens.




Hero, The  (Baen, 2004.)


                A good guy alien is pursued across a hostile planet by a bad guy human.




Elbert, the Mind Reader  (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1967, Scholastic, 1968.)


                A youngster discovers that he can read minds and decides to help his school team discover the opposition's secrets.




Alchemist of Time, The  (Del Rey, 1994.)


Slow World #3.


                A woman continues her desperate efforts to find a way back to the planet of her origin, and discovers that she is in danger in both worlds.


Persistence of Memory, The  (Del Rey, 1993.)


Slow World #1.


                A young woman suffers from amnesia but has flashes of memory that seem to be of another world.  Those around her are tolerant, and are particularly interested in her ability to communicate with horses almost as though telepathically.


Prisoner of Dreams  (Del Rey, 1989.)


Jo-lac #1.


                A freelance space captain reluctantly accepts a job to transport a prisoner to another planet.  There's something funny about the transfer however, made even more mysterious when someone tries to blow them out of space shortly after takeoff.


Tenth Class, The  (Del Rey, 1990.)


Jo-lac #2.


                The military authorities on Earth are secretly experimenting on mutants, hoping to develop some of their powers as weapons.  A space captain helps tilt the balance against them by going public with what she has learned about their plot.


Warden of Horses, The  (Del Rey, 1994.)


Slow World #2.


                Alien creatures are wreaking havoc on the world where a young woman struggles to deal with memories of a life on another world.  She becomes a refugee, then realizes that the creatures are actually following in her tracks.




Confessions of a People Lover  (?, 1967.)


                Not seen.  A dystopia.




Scylla Hexagram, The  (IUniverse, 2004.)


                Marginal thriller involving a plot to dominate the world.




Age of Dinosaurs  (Roc, 1992.)


                Explorers find a gate through time in a lost city in Brazil.  It takes them back to the age of dinosaurs, where they have to fight for their lives against the resident creatures, as well as a band of villains who are living there.


ROBB, J.D.  (Pseudonym of Nora Roberts.)


Abandoned in Death (St Martins, 2022.)


Eve Dallas #54.


SF in name only. Police track down an insane killer.


Apprentice in Death (Putnam, 2016.)


Eve Dallas #41.


A serial killer in future New York.


Betrayal in Death   (Berkley, 2001.)


Eve Dallas #12.


                A professional assassin is killing people who work for Eve Dallas' husband, just as he is preparing a major auction.  Only marginally SF this time, despite being set in 2059.


Big Jack  (Berkley, 2010.)


An excerpt from Remember When.


Born in Death (Berkley, 2006.)


Eve Dallas #24.


                Missing persons mystery in 2059.


Brotherhood in Death (Berkley, 2016.)


Eve Dallas #40.


In a future New York, a band of rape victims begin killing the men responsible.


Calculated in Death  (Putnam, 2013.)


Eve Dallas #35.


Murder in a future New York City.


Celebrity in Death  (Putnam, 2012.)


Eve Dallas #33.


Someone murders one of the dinner guests while Eve Dallas is attending.


Ceremony in Death  (Berkley, 1997.)


Eve Dallas #5.


                A futuristic cop is investigating the death of a fellow officer.  When she gets too close to the truth, another dead body is found, this one in front of her home, a clear warning that she is to drop her inquiries.


Concealed in Death (Putnam, 2014.)


Eve Dallas #36.


The discovery of hidden bodies in an old building leads to a psychotic killer.


Connections in Death  (St Martins, 2019.)


Eve Dallas #46.


Murder leads to a gang rivalry in 2061 New York.


Conspiracy in Death  (Berkley, 1999.)


Eve Dallas #8.


                Yet another serial killer stalks a future city, this time harvesting diseased organs from the homeless, but with the skill of a first rate surgeon.


Creation in Death  (Berkley, 2007.)


Eve Dallas #26.




Dark in Death (St Martins, 2018.)


Eve Dallas #44.


A serial killer in future New York.


Delusion in Death (Putnam, 2012.)


Eve Dallas #34.


A mass killer uses a new form of hallucinogenic.


Desperation in Death (St Martins, 2022.)


Eve Dallas #55.


Almost no SF content at all as Dallas goes after a child trafficking operation.


Devoted in Death (Berkley, 2015.)


Eve Dallas #49.


Divided in Death  (Putnam, 2004.)


Eve Dallas #18.


                Someone has committed a double murder and framed a security operative for the crime.  Has the Homeland Security Office become even more corrupt than believed or is it a rogue agent concealing his involvement in a series of crimes?


Echoes in Death (St Martins, 2017.)


Eve Dallas #42.


Dallas tracks down a serial rapist turned murderer.


Faithless in Death (St Martins, 2021.)


Eve Dallas #52


A white supremacist cul is involved in a murder.


Fantasy in Death  (Putnam, 2010.)


Eve Dallas #30.


A game designer is murdered using a new hologramic weapon.


Festive in Death (Putnam, 2014.)


Eve Dallas.#7.


Dallas investigates the murder of a personal trainer.


Forgotten in Death (St Martins, 2021.0


Eve Dallas #53.


Dallas has to solve three separate but interrelated cases.


Glory in Death  (Hodder, 1995, Berkley, 1995.)


Eve Dallas #2.


                A series of murders of high society women brings a 21st Century cop professional and personal problems when evidence seems to indicate that the man responsible is her lover.


Golden in Death (St Martins, 2019)


Eve Dallas #50.


Very marginally futuristic murder mystery.


Holiday in Death  (Berkley, 1998.)


Eve Dallas #7.


                Police make a connection between a new serial killer and a futuristic dating agency when they discover that all of the victims were clients.


Imitation in Death  (Berkley, 2003.)


Eve Dallas #17.


                A futuristic killer imitates Jack the Ripper.


Immortal in Death  (New English Library, 1997.)


Eve Dallas #3.


                Dallas investigates the murder of a famous fashion model of the future when a close friend is accused of the crime.


Innocent in Death  (Putnam, 2007.)


Eve Dallas #25.


A seemingly insignificant teacher is mysteriously poisoned.


Judgment in Death  (Berkley, 2000.)


Eve Dallas #11.




Kindred in Death  (Putnam, 2009.)


Eve Dallas #29.


A rapist murder leads to a complicated series of revelations.


Leverage in Death (St Martins, 2018.)


Eve Dallas #45.


Dallas captures a pair of serial bombers.


Loyalty in Death  (Berkley, 1999.)


Eve Dallas #9.


                Adherents of a long dissolved terrorist group initiate a series of bombing attacks, specifically taunting Eve Dallas in the process.  This turns out to be linked to an unusual crime of passion that she is also investigating.


Memory in Death  (Putnam, 2006.)


Eve Dallas #23.


                Dallas investigates the murder of a woman who tormented her as a child.


Midnight in Death  (Berkley, 2005.)


Eve Dallas #22.


                This is actually out of sequence since it's a novella previously published in 1998 and only in book form in 2005.  An escaped serial killer targets Dallas and some of her associates.


Naked in Death  (Berkley, 1995.)


Eve Dallas #1.


                A tough future police officer investigating a murder finds that she is romantically attracted to the chief suspect, an Irish billionaire with special talents of his own.


New York to Dallas  (Berkley, 2011.)


Eve Dallas #32.


An escaped pedophile taunts Eve Dallas.


Obsession in Death (Putnam, 2015.)


Eve Dallas #38.


A serial killer becomes obsessed with "pleasing" Eve Dallas.


Origin in Death  (Berkley, 2005.)


Eve Dallas #21.


                Two inexplicable murders lead to the discovery of illegal cloning and genetic manipulation.


Portrait in Death  (Berkley, 2003.)


Eve Dallas #16.


                Dallas tracks down an insane serial killer who is obsessed with photographs of beautiful people.


Promises in Death (Putnam, 2009.)


Eve Dallas #28.


Someone is murdering members of the New York City police force of 2060.


Purity in Death  (Berkley, 2002.)


Eve Dallas #15.


                Dallas must track down a band of vigilantes who are using computers to infect the brains of people they believe should die.


Rapture in Death  (Berkley, 1996, Hodder, 1997.)


Eve Dallas #4.


                A series of apparent suicides turns ugly when each man is revealed to have a tiny burn mark on his brain.  Is it just a coincidence of some kind, or has someone found a new way to commit murder?


Remember When  (Putnam, 2003.)


An Eve Dallas novel.


                A two part novel, the first of which is credited to Nora Roberts and sets up the mystery, which is then resolved by Dallas in the year 2059.


Reunion in Death  (Berkley, 2002.)


Eve Dallas #14.


                An old enemy begins randomly murdering people in pursuit of a personal vendetta against Eve Dallas.  Has only minor trappings of SF, references to off planet activities and advanced computers.


Salvation in Death  (Putnam, 2008.)


Eve Dallas #27.


Someone is poisoning religious leaders in future New York.


Secrets in Death (St Martins, 2017.)


Eve Dallas #43.


A blackmailer is stabbed to death in a restaurant.


Seduction in Death  (Berkley, 2001.)


Eve Dallas #13.


                A futuristic killer uses the internet to access his victims.


Shadows in Death (St Martins, 2020.)


Eve Dallas #51.


Dallas tracks down a killer who has targeted her husband.


Strangers in Death  (Putnam, 2008.)


Eve Dallas #27.


Dallas investigates a bizarre murder.


Survivor in Death  (Berkley, 2005.)


Eve Dallas #20.


                Marginal piece in which three terrorists try to track down a young child.


Thankless in Death (Putnam, 2013.)


Eve Dallas #36.


Dallas tracks down a man who killed his parents.


Three in Death  (Berkley, 2007.)


Omnibus of Interlude in Death, Midnight in Death, and Haunted in Death.


Time of Death (Berkley, 2011.)


An Eve Dallas book.


Collection of related stories.


Treachery in Death  (Berkley, 2011.)


Eve Dallas #31.




Vendetta in Death (St Martins, 2019.)


Eve Dallas #47.


A serial killer in future New York.


Vengeance in Death  (Berkley, 1997.)


Eve Dallas #6.


                A brutal serial killer tortures each of his victims and then taunts the police.  Unfortunately, as a master of the high technology of the future, he can cover his tracks well and keeps the police in the dark.


Visions in Death  (Berkley, 2004.)


Eve Dallas #19.


                Someone is murdering people and stealing their body parts.


Witness in Death  (Berkley, 1998.)


Eve Dallas #10.




ROBB, JOHN  (Pseudonym of Norman Robson.)


Space Beam  (Hamilton, 1951.)


                Not seen.


ROBBINS, DAVID  (See also J.D. Cameron. The Blade series is a followup to the Endworld series.)


Anaheim Run  (Leisure, 1988.)


Endworld #13.


                The Soviets are using mutant assassins to destroy opposition leaders in preparation for the subjugation of North America.


Anaheim Run/Seattle Run  (BMI, 1991.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Armageddon Run  (Leisure, 1987.)


Endworld #7.


                A handful of warriors plot to capture their long time enemy, but it's a trick and instead they find themselves facing a small army of mutants.


Atlanta Run  (Leisure, 1989.)


Endworld #17.


                Blade and company find a city dominated by a brutal aristocracy that eliminates any of its subjects who care considered unproductive or rebellious.


Atlanta Run/Memphis Run  (BMI, ?)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Boston Run  (Leisure, 1990.)


Endworld #21.


                Not seen.


Capital Run  (Leisure, 1988.)


Endworld #9.


                A century after the nuclear war, the Soviets control Washington and plan to spread out and conquer the countryside. 


Capital Run/New York Run  (BMI, 1991.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Chicago Run  (Leisure, 1991.)


Endworld #27.


                Not seen.


Cincinnati Run  (Leisure, 1990.)


Endworld #19.


                The Soviets are out to conquer ravaged North America again, this time using a superlaser with a power beyond anything previously known.


Cincinnati Run/Dallas Run  ( BMI, ?)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Citadel Run  (Leisure, 1987.)


Endworld #6.


                A mission to rescue the besieged residents of a neighboring community leads to deadly danger when a group of adventurers are captured by their enemies.


Crusher Strike  (Leisure, 1990.)


Blade #6.


                Not seen.


Dakota Run  (Leisure, 1987.)


Endworld #5.


                A horde of nomadic barbarians travel across blasted America, and now they're seeking fresh victims from among Blade's people, which naturally is very unwise of them.


Dallas Run  (Leisure, 1990.)


Endworld #20.


                An army of the insane, their minds poisoned by a substance in the drinking water, begins to spread havoc through war torn North America.


Dead Zone Strike  (Leisure, 1990.)


Blade #10.


                Not seen.


Deathmaster Strike  (Leisure, 1991.)


Blade #12.


                Not seen.


Denver Run  (Leisure, 1987.)


Endworld  #8.


                With their fortress under siege by barbarians, the people dedicated to rebuilding civilization send an emissary to Denver to seek an alliance.


Devil Strike  (Leisure, 1990.)


Blade #8.


                Not seen.


First Strike  (Leisure, 1989.)


Blade #1.


                A group of professional soldiers travels to California following a nuclear war to end the reign of terror of a mutant who is raising an army.


First Strike/Outlands Strike  (BMI, ?)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Fox Run, The  (Leisure, 1986.)


Endworld #1.


                Following a nuclear war, small settlements attempt to rebuild civilization while holding off the hordes of human and mutant creatures who prey on them.  In their first adventure, a group of warriors sets out to rescue kidnapped women from an evil tribe.


Green Bay Run  (Leisure, 1990.)


Endworld #22.


                Not seen.


Houston Run  (Leisure, 1988.)


Endworld #12.


                A century after a nuclear war, androids developed by the now destroyed military seize control of Houston and use it as a base for their plans of world conquest.


Kalispell Run, The  (Leisure, 1987.)


Endworld #4.


                The search for a source of medical supplies continues, this time despite the depredations of a band of mutants who have learned to live underground.


L.A. Strike  (Leisure, 1990.)


Blade #9.


                A military expedition is launched to free Los Angeles from its rule by mutants and criminal gangs that sprang up following World War III.


Liberty Run  (Leisure, 1988.)


Endworld #11.


                The Soviets are plotting to conquer the remnants of America, so a group of survivors send a spy into their base in Philadelphia.


Liberty Run/Houston Run  (BMI, 1991.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Madman Run  (Leisure, 1991.)


Endworld #26.


                In post apocalyptic America, two adventurers are enslaved by a madman in a castle.


Memphis Run  (Leisure, 1989.)


Endworld #18.


                Another local warlord threatens to upset the move toward civilization in post-nuclear war America, so a band of adventurers sets out for another mission of violent liberation.


Miami Run  (Leisure, 1989.)


Endworld #16.


                Not seen.


Nevada Run  (Leisure, 1989.)


Endworld #15.


                On a rescue mission, the warriors discover that Las Vegas is still inhabited, but it has become a deadly place where mutants and murderers run amok.


Nevada Run/Miami Run  (BMI, 1991.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


New Orleans Run  (Leisure, 1991.)


Endworld #24.


                Not seen.


New York Run  (Leisure, 1988.)


Endworld #10.


                Blade and his friends venture into the caverns beneath New York City, searching for a scientific discovery that was made just before the nuclear war destroyed civilization.


Outlands Strike  (Leisure, 1989.)


Blade #2.


                Not seen.


Pipeline Strike  (Leisure, 1989.)


Blade #4.


                A strike force is sent into post nuclear war Alaska to reactivate the oil pipeline, but instead they run into a madman and a small army of radiation spawned monsters.


Pirate Strike  (Leisure, 1989.)


Blade #5.


                Bands of pirates survive off the coast following a nuclear war, and their efforts to capture a more advanced Coast Guard ship are ultimately thwarted by a band of soldiers.


Quest Strike  (Leisure, 1991.)


Blade #11.


                Not seen.


Seattle Run  (Leisure, 1989.)


Endworld #14.


                A mutant genius seizes control of Seattle and begins to raise an army that threatens the liberty of the rest of America.


Spartan Run  (Leisure, 1991.)


Endworld #25.


                Travelers get caught in a battle between two city states in an America devastated by nuclear war.


Terror Strike  (Leisure, 1990.)


Blade #7.


                Bands of scavengers menace a man and his family as they try to take a break from dealing with the aftermath of a nuclear war.


Thief River Falls Run  (Leisure, 1986.)


Endworld #2.


                A mission to retrieve badly needed medical supplies from a ruined city goes awry when the travelers are attacked by a band of soldiers gone wild.


Twin Cities Run  (Leisure, 1986.)


Endworld #3.


                Another series of battles with mutated humans as the search for needed medications continues.


Vampire Strike  (Leisure, 1989.)


Blade #3.


                A band of outlaws is kidnapping people and draining their bodies of blood.  Are they crazed nuclear war survivors, mutants, or genuine vampires?  A band of soldiers plans to kill them all regardless of the answer.


Vampire Strike/Pipeline Strike  (BMI, ?)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Vengeance Strike  (Leisure, 1991.)


Blade #13.


                An attempt to rebuild civilization is threatened by the presence of shapeshifters who can impersonate government officials.


Yellowstone Run  (Leisure, 1990.)


Endworld #23.


                More violent action as Blade tries to defeat another band of barbarian warriors preying on the innocent.




Dawn of War II  (Black Library, 2009.)


A Warhammer novel.


Military SF on a desert planet.


Dragon's Nine Sons, The  (Solaris, 2008.)


A Celestial Empire novel.


Mexico and China wage war in space and a group of disgraced soldiers are sent on a suicide mission.


End of the Century (Pyr, 2009.)


Three different ages are linked by a mysterious entity.


Further: Beyond the Threshold (47North, 2012.)


An expedition to another star runs afoul of a colony of cultists.


Here, There, and Everywhere  (Pyr, 2005.)


                 Episodic story about a woman who can travel through time.


Iron Jaw and Hummingbird  (Viking, 2008.)


A Celestial Empire novel.


Teens are Chinese ruled Mars.


Line of Dichotomy, The  (Solaris, 2007.)


Short story published as a pamphlet.


Paragaea  (Pyr, 2006.)


                Adventures in an alternate dimension where people from different times and places interact.


Sons of Dorn  (Black Library, 2009.)


A Warhammer novel.


A military unit questions its loyalties during an interplanetary war.


Three Unbroken  (Solaris, 2009.)


A Celestial Empire novel.


Three soldiers have adventures in an interstellar empire.


ROBERTS, ADAM  (See also A.R.R. Roberts and Robertski Brothers.)


Adam Robots  (Gollancz, 2013.)


Collection of unrelated stories.


Gradisil  (Gollancz, 2006, Pyr, 2007.)


                The creation of a new society in Earth's orbit causes tensions on the home world.


On  (Gollancz, 2001.)


                A youngster finds a new and complex world beyond the wall that circumscribes his homeland.


Jack Glass  (Gollancz, 2012.)


SF murder mystery.


Jupiter Magnified  (PS, 2003.)


                For unexplained reasons, a vision of the planet Jupiter, magnified immensely, fills the sky of Earth.


Land of the Headless (Gollancz, 2007.)


                A disembodied head is fitted to survive and joins the army.


Park Polar  (PS, 2001.)


                A project to introduce genetically engineered lifeforms in the Antarctic is plagued by mysterious murders.


Polystom  (Gollancz, 2003.)


                Life in a universe where it is possible to fly from one planet to another without special equipment.


Salt  (Gollancz, 2000.)


                A new colony is established in space, but it makes the same mistakes as Earth and eventually becomes caught up in a war when the two factions discover that they cannot set aside their own hatreds even in the face of such a major challenge.


Snow, The  (Gollancz, 2004.)


                A snowstorm covers the entire Earth with a layer of snow that wipes out almost the entire human race.


Splinter  (Solaris, 2007.)


A pastiche of Off on a Comet by Jules Verne, with a small number of survivors on a fragment of a shattered Earth.


Star Warped  (Gollancz, 2005.)


                A spoof of the Star Wars movies.


Stone  (Gollancz, 2002.)


                The galaxy's last criminal is hired to exterminate a world.


Twenty Trillion Leagues Under the Sea (Gollancz, 2014.)




ROBERTS, A.R.R.  (Pseudonym of Adam Roberts, whom see.)


Doctor Whom  (Gollancz, 2006.)


                A spoof of Doctor Who.


Va Dinci Cod, The  (Gollancz, 2005.)


                A spoof of The Da Vinci Code.




Eight for Eternity  (Hodder, 1947.)


                Not seen.




Cosmopolitan  (?, 1919.)


                Collection of related stories set in prehistory.




Nuclear Subtraction  (Digit, ?)


                The survivors of a nuclear war escape to another world.


ROBERTS, GARETH  (See also collaboration with Douglas Adams.)


English Way of Death, The  (Doctor Who Books, 1996.)


A Doctor Who Missing Adventure


In 1930, the Doctor's latest attempt at a vacation runs awry when he discovers a secret society has found a sinister secret that may allow them to completely destroy the world.


Highest Science, The  (Doctor Who Books, 1993.)


A Doctor Who New Adventure.


The Tardis carries the Doctor to a now deserted world that was once the capital of a mighty interstellar empire.  The planet is home to more than memories though, and the arrival of a criminal and agents of an alien race are the opening steps of a complex plot to track down a runaway genetic experiment.


I Am a Dalek  (BBC, 2006.)


A Doctor Who novel.




Only Human  (BBC, 2005.)


A Doctor Who novel.


A neanderthal man turns up alive in the 20th Century.


Plotters, The  (Doctor Who Books, 1996.)


A Doctor Who Missing Adventure


The Doctor visits England in the 17th Century, for an encounter with a nefarious parliamentary plot and the escapades of Guy Fawkes.


Romance of Crime, The  (Doctor Who Books, 1995.)


A Doctor Who Missing Adventure


The Doctor's visit to a prison asteroid as part of a conference on law enforcement becomes dangerous. Not only are members of the staff acting strangely, but a ship full of Ogrons is on its way.


Shada  (BBC, 2012.)


A Doctor Who novel.




Tragedy Day  (Doctor Who Books, 1994.)


A Doctor Who New Adventure.


When the Tardis materializes on a planet in the midst of a ceremony that has become twisted over time, the Doctor and his companions are imprisoned while monsters, assassins, and criminals threaten the stability of the entire universe.


Well-Mannered War, The  (Doctor Who, 1997.)


A Doctor Who Missing Adventure


A longstanding but largely non-violent war for control of a colony world is on the verge of heating up when the Doctor arrives, the situation being provoked by an external force with its own agenda.


Zamper  (Doctor Who Books, 1995.)


A Doctor Who New Adventure.


The inhabitants of a planet famous for its construction of interplanetary warcraft are having problems with internal sabotage.  The Doctor rightly suspects that it is part of an organized plot with sinister objectives.




Burning Sky, The  (Morrow, 1966, Avon, 1969.)


                A contemporary novel of a lost civilization hidden in the American Southwest.


ROBERTS, JANE  (Pseudonym of Jane Roberts Butts.)


Rebellers, The  (Ace, 1963, bound with Listen! The Stars! By John Brunner.)


                Overpopulation has led to the near collapse of civilization.  Riots are everyday occurrences, murders go uninvestigated, and people scour the streets in search of food.


ROBERTS, JOHN MADDOX  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Cestus Dei  (Tor, 1983.)


                Originally published in shorter form as The Strayed Sheep of Charun, which see.


Cingulum  (Tor, 1985.)


Cingulum #1.


                An alien empire is gobbling up every planet in the galaxy, but they meet their match when they take on a system where a mastermind has assembled a disparate group of people with unusual talents. The planet on which they are based also has a secret, alien artifacts of uncertain origin.


Cloak of Illusion  (Tor, 1985.)


Cingulum #2.


                A group is sent to a planet on the verge of a civil war, searching for an artifact that might prove the perfect weapon with which to oppose an oppressive galactic empire.


Enigma Variations, The  (Ace, 1989.)


                Slate has no memories of his past or how he came to have a metal hand, but he's determined to find out the truth.  That will bring him into confrontation with agents of giant corporations of the future, who have no desire for him to regain what he has lost.


Hannibal's Children  (Ace, 2002.)


Carthage #1.


                An alternate history in which Carthage was successful in conquering Rome, although only temporarily.  Their displaced legions spend generations preparing to reconquer the Mediterranean.


Seven Hills, The  (Ace, 2005.)


Carthage #2.


                The re-established Roman Empire begins to extend its influence into the surrounding states.


Space Angel  (Del Rey, 1979.)


Spacer #1.


                A youngster signs onto a spaceship as cabin boy, hoping for adventure.  He gets more than he bargained for when an ancient alien intelligence seizes control of the ship and sends it on a mysterious mission into unknown regions of space.


Strayed Sheep of Charun, The  (Doubleday, 1977.  Expanded as Cestus Dei, which see.)


                A lost colony world with a society roughly based on that of ancient Rome is rediscovered.  Various people, including representatives of humanity's major religions, decide to take a hand in shaping its future.


Sword, the Jewel and the Mirror, The  (Tor, 1988.)


Cingulum #3.


                More adventures in a region of space where the laws of nature sometimes are altered, and a mysterious alien race creates worlds and cultures for its own amusement.


Window of the Mind  (Ace, 1988.)


Spacer #2.


                A young girl with telepathic powers escapes her planet on a wandering spaceship, and saves the day when a madman intent upon revenge against an alien race manufactures an incident which could lead to an interstellar war.  Her telepathic ability comes in handy in defusing the crisis.




Act of God  (Baen, 1985.)


                A CIA agent is given the job of babysitting a defecting Soviet scientist.  He considers it makework until she convinces him that someone has developed a new, space based technology which could shift the balance of power permanently in favor of the Communists.


Between the Stars  (Baen, 1988.)


Islands #2


                The protagonist discovers valuable alien artifacts on a moon of Saturn.  Rather than turn them over to Earth, he approaches the leaders of the hopefully independent asteroids.  With the artifacts as an energy source, it may be possible for some asteroids to be outfitted as ships capable of taking their residents to the stars.


Delta Pavonis  (Baen, 1990.)


                Assigned to a dull, remote planet, a young woman decides to make the best of it and continue her policy of questioning authority.  That gets her into fresh trouble, but ultimately proves to be the salvation of more than just her career when a crisis develops on that world.


Island Worlds, The  (Baen, 1987.)


Islands #1


                An increasingly repressive socialist government on Earth is driving more and more people into space, particularly into the asteroid belts, where they hope to build a new, free society for themselves and their dependents.  Predictably, the authorities on Earth are unwilling to relinquish their control.


Legacy of Prometheus  (Forge, 2000.)


                Marginal near future thriller about an ambitious plan to beam energy from orbiting stations, and the intrigue and politics that surround the economics of the plan.




Chalk Giants, The  (Hutchinson, 1974, Panther, 1975, Berkley, 1976.)


                Episodic novel of the future when a new human civilization mixes technology with mythological mysteries and imagery.


Furies, The  (Berkley, 1966, Hart Davis, 1966, Penguin, 1985, Wildside, 2000.)


                A nuclear weapons test causes a mutation among wasps that results in a gigantic species that spreads across the Earth, challenging humanity's control of the world.


Grain Kings, The  (Hutchinson, 1976, Panther, 1977, Wildside, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Inner Wheel, The  (Doubleday, 1970, Playboy, ?, Wildside, 2000.)


                Three loosely related stories set in a future when technology collapses.


Kiteworld   (Gollancz, 1985, Arbor House, 1986, Ace, 1988, Wildside, 2000.)


                On a world whose previous high civilization collapsed, two religions battle for control of the population, the most daring elements of which build artificial wings with which to fly.


Ladies from Hell  (Gollancz, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Lordly Ones, The  (Gollancz, 1986, Wildside, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Machines and Men  (Hutchinson, 1973, Wildside, 2004.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Molly Zero  (Gollancz, 1980, Penguin, 1985.)


                Molly was raised to be a member of the aristocracy ruling humanity, but she rebels and flees to visit the masses, and gets caught up in sporadic rebellions against her former friends.


Monsters and Men  (?, 1973.)


                Not seen.


Passing of the Dragons, The  (Berkley, 1977.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Pavane  (Ace, 1968, Doubleday, 1968, Hart Davis, 1968, Panther, 1970, Millennium, 2000, Del Rey, 2001.)


                Collection of related stories about an alternate world where the Queen of England was assassinated and the Spanish Armada successfully defeated England.


ROBERTS, NEIL  (See collaboration with Dan Abnett.)


ROBERTSKI BEROTHERS  (Pseudonym of Adam Roberts, whom see.)


Meatrix Derided, The  (Gollancz, 2005.)


                Spoof of the Matrix movies.




Corobite Mines, The  (Manor, 1978.)


                An alien race enslaves others and uses them as laborers in their mining planets.  One of the slaves is a human who is determined to escape captivity and organize a military effort against his oppressors.


ROBERTS, LIONEL  (Pseudonym of Robert Lionel Fanthorpe, whom see.)


Cyclops in the Sky  (Badger, 1960.)


                Not seen.


Dawn of the Mutants  (Badger, 1959.)


                Not seen.


Face of X, The  (Badger, 1960.)


                See listing under Robert Lionel.


Flame Goddess  (Badger, 1961.)


                Not seen.


In-World, The  (Badger, 1960, Arcadia, 1968.)


                Earth is being attacked by creatures from spaceships, but scientists discover that rather than coming from another world, they come from inside our own.


Last Valkyrie, The  (Badger, 1961.)


                Not seen.


Synthetic Ones, The  (Badger, 1961.)


                Not seen.


Time Echo  (Badger, 1959.)


                US edition as by Robert Lionel.


ROBERTS, MARK  (See Lionel Derrick.)




How the South Won the War  (Farthest Star, 1997.)


                Short story in pamphlet form.  The title tells the plot.


Hundred Acre Spaceship, The  (Farthest Star, 2002.)


                Spoof of old time SF with an amateur inventor turning his home into a spaceship, rescuing astronauts, and traveling to Mars.




Girl with the Silver Eyes, The  (Atheneum, 1980, Scholastic, 1980.)


                A young girl with the ability to communicate with animals and move things with her mind searches for others of her kind.




They Came Unarmed  (?, 1929.)


                Not seen.  The next step in human evolution arrives, and dies out.




Crab Eagle Trees, The  (Hale, 1978.)


                Not seen.




Twelve Hours to Destiny  (Badger, ?)


                Marginal spy novel in which China sets off a series of nuclear weapons, then develops something that is even more powerful.


ROBESON, KENNETH  (House pseudonym.  Note that not all titles in either series are SF unless you consider Doc Savage a superhuman, but all are included here for informational purposes.  I have used the numbering from the Bantam series, which was not the order they were published in.  I have listed the magazine publication dates in brackets.  Escape from Loki by Philip Jose Farmer, published under his own name, is ignored in the numbering sequence, since it is essentially a prequel to all the others.)


(See lester dent in 20th SF Writers - for 13 omnibuses, see Python Isle.)


All-White Elf, The.  (See Doc Savage Omnibus #1.)


Angry Canary, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #1.)


Angry Ghost, The  (Bantam, 1977.)  (Lester Dent and William Bogart.)


Doc Savage #86. [February 1940]


                An unknown force is sporadically destroying buildings and people along the East Coast, so Doc Savage is called upon to discover its nature.


Annihilist, The  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #31. [December 1934]


                Someone is killing New York's criminals in wholesale lots and using a new technology, and suspicion falls on Doc Savage.


Awful Dynasty, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #6)


Awful Egg, The  (Bantam, 1978.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #92.  (June 1940]


                Prehistoric creatures emerge into modern society.


Bequest of Evil.  (See Doc Savage Omnibus #12.)


Birds of Death. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #9.)


Black, Black Witch, The.  (See Jiu San & The Black, Black Witch.)


Black Chariots  (Warner, 1974.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #30.


                Mysterious objects have been spotted in the sky and there have been several plane crashes.  The Avenger investigates to find out whether we have visitors from other worlds, or whether a purely Earthbound villain is responsible.


Black Death, The  (Warner, 1974.)  (Magazine version 1942 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #22.


                A sinister cult kills from a distance by some undetectable means.


Black Spot, The  (Bantam, 1974.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #76. [July 1936]


                The mob is killing prominent people, but they strike too close to Doc Savage, and he upsets their plans.


Blood Countess, The  (Warner, 1975.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #33.


                While on a trip to South America, the Avenger investigates a series of vampire like killings which appear to be linked to Nazi agents hiding in that area.


Blood Ring, The  (Paperback Library, 1972.)  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #6.


                Verges on the supernatural as an ancient curse appears to be real.


Boss of Terror, The  (Bantam, 1976.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #85. [May 1940]


                Someone is using something that seems like lightning to kill selected victims.


Brand of the Werewolf  (Bantam, 1965.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #5. [January 1934]


                Doc searches for his brother's killer, gets caught up in a search for pirate treasure, and is menaced by a possible werewolf.


Cargo Unknown.  (See Satan Black & Cargo Unknown.)


Cartoon Crimes, The  (Warner, 1974.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #31.


                The crimes that are depicted in a popular cartoon series start happening in real life, and the Avenger sets out to find out why, and by whom.


Cold Death  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #21.  [September 1936]


                A villain with extraordinary powers and technological know how challenges Savage to prevent him from seizing control of the world.


Colors for Murder. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #11.)


Crimson Serpent, The  (Bantam, 1974.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #78. [August 1939]


                Mundane villains meet their match when Doc Savage gets on their case.


Czar of Fear, The  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #22. [November 1933]


                A criminal genius frames Savage for murder and prepares to use his secret weapon, which induces insanity in his victims.


Czar of Fear and Fortress of Solitude  (Bantam, 1982.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Dagger in the Sky, The  (Bantam, 1969. ) (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #40. [December 1939]


                Strange, hallucinatory visions accompany a series of murders.


Danger Lies East. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #7.)


Deadly Dwarf, The  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Magazine title Repel by Lester Dent..)


Doc Savage #28. [1937]


                A midget with a superweapon threatens the free world.


Death Had Yellow Eyes.  (See The Shape of Terror & Death Had Yellow Eyes.)


Death in Little Houses. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #12.)


Death in Silver  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #26. [October 1934]


                An army of criminals unleashes a reign of terror across the East Coast of the US until Doc Savage finishes them off.


Death in Silver & Mystery Under the Sea  (Bantam, 1983.)


                Omnibus of the two novels.


Death in Slow Motion  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1941 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #18.


                Saboteurs use a strange new disease to disable American workers.


Death Is a Round Black Spot. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #11.)


Death Lady, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #12.)


Death Machine, The  (Warner, 1975.) (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #32.


                The Avenger investigates the rumored existence of a machine which can drive people to suicide and which may be responsible for a wave of deaths in San Francisco.


Demon Island  (Warner, 1975.) (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #36.


                A film crew making a horror film on a desolate island encounters real life horrors that menace them all until the Avenger takes a hand.


Derelict of Skull Shoal, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #13.)


Derrick Devil, The  (Bantam, 1973.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #74. [February 1937]


                A mysterious creature from inside the Earth is attacking people in Oklahoma.


Devil Genghis, The  (Bantam, 1974.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #79. [December 1938]


                A mysterious figure emerges from the Arctic, whose very presence drives people crazy.


Devil Is Jones, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #11.)


Devil on the Moon  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #50. [March 1938]


                A new war threatens in the aftermath of a man's claim that he was kidnapped to the moon.


Devil's Black Rock, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #10.)


Devil's Horns, The  (Paperback Library, 1972.)  (Magazine version 1939 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #2.


                A political boss is murders and mobsters threaten to take over the city.


Devils of the Deep & The Headless Men  (Bantam, 1984.)  (Lester Dent & Harold Davis, and Alan Hathaway.)


                Two novels in which Savage faces a pirate submarine posing as a sea monster, and a madman who can cut off people's heads but keep them alive as his minions.


Devil's Playground, The   (Bantam, 1968.)


Doc Savage #25. [January 1941]


                An Indian god appears to have returned to claim victims from the white usurpers.


Disappearing Lady, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #6)


Doc Savage Omnibus #1  (Bantam, 1986.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #127-130. [March 1941, July 1948, June 1943, & September 1948]


                Omnibus of The All-White Elf, The Angry Canary, The Running Skeletons, & The Swooning Lady. Doc deals respectively with a powerful hypnotic force, an insane inventor who imperils the entire world, a gang of animated skeletons, and treachery in the jungle.


Doc Savage Omnibus #2  (Bantam, 1987.)  (Alan Hathaway wrote #1 and 2, Lester Dent wrote #3 and 4.)


Doc Savage #131-134. [September 1941, January 1942, July 1945, & October 1945]


                Omnibus of The Mindless Monsters, The Rustling Death, King Joe Cay, & The Thing That Pursued.  Doc deals respectively with mind controlled super assassins, a disintegration ray, a band of modern day pirates, and a weapon that destroys airplanes in mid-flight.


Doc Savage Omnibus #3  (Bantam, 1987.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #135-138. [December 1941, January 1946, May 1944, & February 1945.]


                Omnibus of The Spook of Grandpa Eben, Measures for a Coffin, The Three Devils, & Strange Fish.  Doc deals respectively with yet another feigned supernatural curse, a brilliant criminal plot, a creature of unknown origin stalking human prey, and a convention of insane killers.


Doc Savage Omnibus #4  (Bantam, 1987.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #139-142. [August 1941, February 1942, May 1945, & March 1948]


                Omnibus of Mystery Island, Men of Fear, Rock Sinister, & The Pure Evil.  Doc deals respectively with an island that disappears, a power that saps men's courage, murder in South America, and an apparent demon.


Doc Savage Omnibus #5  (Bantam, 1988.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #143-147. [May 1947, July 1947, September 1947, November 1947, & January 1948]


                Omnibus of No Light to Die By, The Monkey Suit, Let's Kill Ames, Once Over Lightly, and I Died Yesterday.  Doc deals respectively with a new technological superweapon, crooks seeking control of a scientific discovery, an extortion plot, the threat of a nuclear war, and a murder mystery.


Doc Savage Omnibus 6  (Bantam, 1988.)  (William Bogart wrote #1 and 2, William Bogart and Lester Dent wrote #3 and 4.)


Doc Savage #148-151.


                Omnibus of The Awful Dynasty, The Disappearing Lady, Fire and Ice, & The Magic Forest.  Doc deals respectively with an Egyptian curse, a mysterious odor, a puzzling dead man, and a hidden land in Alaska.


Doc Savage Omnibus #7  (Bantam, 1988.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #152-155.  [December 1940, April 1946, June 1945, & March 1947]


                Omnibus of The Men Vanished, Five Fathoms Dead, The Terrible Stork, & Danger Lies East.  Doc deals respectively with a lost jungle city, a criminal plot to seize control of the US Navy, a series of mysterious murders, and the effort to avert a new war in the Mideast.


Doc Savage Omnibus #8  (Bantam, 1989.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #156-159. [August 1943, May 1941, September 1944, & November 1945]


                Omnibus of The Mental Monster, The Pink Lady, Weird Valley, and Trouble on Parade.  Doc deals respectively with a mind reading madman, spontaneous human combustion, the discovery of immortality, and another plot to frame him for a crime.


Doc Savage Omnibus 9  (Bantam, 1989.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #160-163


                Omnibus of The Invisible Box Murders, Birds of Death, The Wee Ones, and Terror Takes 7.  Birds sing a song of death, men disappear mysteriously, rumors of inhuman creatures, and a straightforward murder mystery.


Doc Savage Omnibus #10  (Bantam,1989.)  (?)


Doc Savage #164-167.  [December 1942, February 1943, March 1942, and March 1946]


                Omnibus of The Devil's Black Rock, Waves of Death, The Two-Wise Owl, and Terror and the Lonely Widow.  Doc deals respectively with a powerful new explosive that could change the direction of the war, a tidal wave in the Great Lakes, a vitamin that controls intelligence, and a loose atomic bomb.


Doc Savage Omnibus 11  (Bantam, 1990.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #168-172.  [February 1946, June 1946, August 1946, May 1946, & November 1946]


                Omnibus of Se-Pah-Poo, Colors for Murder, Three Times a Corpse, Death Is a Round Black Spot, and The Devil Is Jones.  Doc deals respectively with an ancient weapon of terrifying force, a kidnapping linked to bizarre whales, a man who seems to return from the dead, a series of mysterious murders, and yet still another attempt to frame Doc for a crime he didn't commit.


Doc Savage Omnibus 12  (Bantam, 1990.)  (Lester Dent wrote #5, Lester Dent & William Bogart wrote #2, William Bogart wrote #1,3, and 4.)


Doc Savage #173-177.


                Not seen.  Omnibus of Bequest of Evil, Death in Little Houses, Target for Death, The Death Lady, and The Exploding Lake.


Doc Savage Omnibus 13  (Bantam, 1990.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #178-182.


                Not seen.  Omnibus of  The Derelict of Skull Shoal, The Green Master, Terror Wears No Shoes, Return from Cormoralm and Up From The Earth's Center.  Doc deals respectively with pirates and zombies, a new plague that threatens the entire US, a living jewel and a tribe of women with ESP, a man with the power of precognition, and a strange underground world.


Dr. Time  (Warner, 1974.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #28.


                An extortionist has apparently kidnapped several people, whom he claims to have sent back in time, demanding money for their safe return.


Dust of Death  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent and Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #32.  [October 1935]


                War between two imaginary South American countries is complicated by the appearance of a man who kills partisans on both sides with a poisonous dust.


Evil Gnome, The  (Bantam, 1976.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #82. [April 1940]


                Savage vs some clever but mundane murderers.


Exploding Lake, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #12.)


Fantastic Island, The  (Bantam, 1966.)  (Lester Dent and Ryerson Johnson.)


Doc Savage #14. [December 1935]


                Doc and his companions descend into an underground world where a slave trader rules and prehistoric beasts survive.


Fear Cay  (Bantam, 1966.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #11. [September 1934]


                A man claims to have virtual immortality, but Doc wonders about what has changed several men into apparent stone statues.


Feathered Octopus, The  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #48. [September 1937]


                A plot to gain monopolistic control over the world's airlines is foiled by Savage.


Fiery Menace, The.  (See The Three Wild Men & The Fiery Menace.)


Fire and Ice. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #6)


Five Fathoms Dead. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #7.)


Flame Breathers, The  (Paperback Library, 1973. )  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #12.


                Scientists in various parts of the world are killed by a method that causes them to breathe fire in their dying breath.


Flaming Falcons, The  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #30. [1939]


                A new breed of falcons appears in the sky, one which fearlessly attacks human beings, apparently at the direction of an unknown intelligence.


Flight into Fear  (Bantam, 1993.)  (Will Murray.)


Doc Savage #187.


                Savage on a secret mission inside the Soviet Union.


Flying Goblin, The  (Bantam, 1977.)  (William Bogart.)


Doc Savage #90. [July 1940]


                Someone is committing crimes in the guise of the ghostly headless horseman.


Forgotten Realm, The  (Bantam, 1993.)  (Will Murray.)


Doc Savage #188.


                A man from a mysterious lost civilization crosses swords with Doc Savage.


Fortress of Solitude  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #23. [October 1938]


                One of Doc's enemies turns his own inventions against him.


Freckled Shark, The  (Bantam, 1972.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #67. [March 1939]


                Another South American dictator mistakenly thinks he can get the better of the Man of Bronze.


Frightened Fish, The  (Bantam, 1992.)  (Will Murray.)


Doc Savage #185.




Frosted Death, The  (Paperback Library, 1972.)  (Magazine version 1939 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #5.


                A new plague threatens the world.


Giggling Ghosts, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #56. [July 1938]


                A deadly gas causes people to lose control of themselves and believe in ghosts.


Glass Man, The  (Warner, 1975.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #34.


                The Avenger battles an apparently invisible assassin following the disappearance of a prominent scientist.


Glass Mountain, The  ( Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #8.


                Mysterious atmospheric occurrences are either supernatural in origin, or someone has developed a new technology.


Goblins & The Secret of the Su, The  (Bantam, 1985.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #125-126.


                Doc encounters little green men with the touch of death and a legion of warriors from Atlantis respectively.


Golden Man & Peril in the North, The  (Bantam, 1984.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #117-118. [March 1941 & November 1941]


                A man with the apparent power to see the future challenges Savage.  In the second, a perilous rescue mission is launched in the Arctic.


Golden Peril, The  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Lester Dent and Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #55. [December 1937]


                A gang discovers the hidden treasure trove that finances Doc Savage's efforts and tries to seize it for their own uses.


Gold Ogre, The  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #42. [May 1939]


                A gang of undersized people launch a wave of terror.


Green Death, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #65. [Novembe 1938]


                A new plague from the jungle threatens civilization.


Green Eagle, The  (Bantam, 1968.)


Doc Savage #24. [July 1941]


                A mysterious new illness begins claiming victims and Doc suspects it is purposeful.


Green Eagle & The Devil's Playground, The  (Bantam, 1983.)


                Omnibus of the two novels, previously published separately.


Green Killer, The  (Warner, 1974.)   (Magazine version 1941 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #20.


                A new disease changes people into apelike crfeatures.


Green Master, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #13.)


Happy Killers, The  (Warner, 1974.)  (Magazine version 1942 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #21.


                Criminals get control of pills which change people into superhuman killers.


Hate Genius, The  (Bantam, 1979. )  (Magazine title Violent Night by Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #94. [January 1945]


                Savage tracks down the real Adolf Hitler after the staged suicide of history.


Hate Master, The  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1941 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #16.


                The Avenger uncovers a plot to seize control of the government of the US.


Haunted Ocean  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #51. [June 1936]


                A mysterious naval force begins preying on the world's navies and causes an international crisis.


Headless Men, The.  (See Devils of the Deep & The Headless Men.)


He Could Stop the World  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #54. [July 1937]


                An evil genius has the power to alter men's minds and uses it to turn even Doc's closest friends against him.


Hell Below & The Lost Giant  (Bantam, 1980.)   (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #99-100 [September 1943 & December 1944]


                One of Hitler's lieutenants tries to set up a new Reich in Mexico in the first.  An expedition into the Arctic to rescue the passengers of a crashed plane.


Hex  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent and William Bogart.)


Doc Savage #37. [November 1939]


                Doc outsmarts a woman who claims to be a genuine witch.


House of Death  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1941 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #15.


                Someone is making an ancient prophecy come true, with deadly results for the family named in the curse.


I Died Yesterday. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #5.


Incredible Radio Exploits of Doc Savage, The  (Odyssey, 1982.)


                Not seen.


Invisible-Box Murders, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #9.)


Iron Skull, The  (Warner, 1975.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #35.


                A super intelligent criminal who appears to be a cyborg is attempting to seize control of all criminal activity in the New York area, but he hadnít counted on the interference of the Avenger.


Jade Ogre, The  (Bantam, 1992.)  (Will Murray.)


Doc Savage #186.


                A creature out of legend with extraordinary powers tests Savage's mettle on an ocean liner.


Jiu San & The Black, Black Witch  (Bantam, 1981.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #107-108. [August 1944 & February 1943]


                Doc battles an Oriental genius attempting to seize world power, then travels behind the lines in occupied France to deal with a menace that could destroy the world.


Justice, Inc.  (Paperback Library, 1972.)  (Magazine version 1939 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #1.


                A crime victim is physically altered so that he can change his face into a duplicate of whomever he wishes.


King Joe Cay. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #2.)


King Maker, The  (Bantam, 1975.)  (Lester Dent and Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #80. [June 1934]


                Another imaginary country faces a crisis involving a superweapon.


King of Death, The.  (See The Laugh of Death & The King of Terror.)


Land of Always-Night  (Bantam, 1966.)  (Lester Dent and Ryerson Johnson.)


Doc Savage #13. [March 1935]


                Another lost civilization, this one hidden inside the Earth, and a villain who can kill with a touch.


Land of Fear, The  (Bantam, 1973.)  (Lester Dent and Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #75. [June 1937]


                A devastating disease affects anyone who comes into contact with the agents of a mysterious, hidden power.


Land of Long Juju  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #47. [January 1937]


                Savage travels to Africa to help the rightful ruler of an imaginary country resist a revolution spawned by an apparently supernatural power.


Land of Terror, The  (Bantam, 1965.)   (Street & Smith, 1933.)(Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #8. [April 1933]


                A mysterious device that turns people to vapor leads Doc on a trail to a lost valley where dinosaurs still survive.


Laugh of Death & The King of Terror, The  (Bantam, 1984.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #119-120.


                Not seen.


Letís Kill Ames. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #5)


Living Fire Menace, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #61. [January 1938]


                As a new world war seems imminent, various nations are secretly battling for control of mineral resources unknown to the general public.


Lonely Widow, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #10.)


Lost Giant, The.  (See Hell Below & The Lost Giant.)


Lost Oasis, The  (Bantam, 1965.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #6. [September 1933]


                A journey to a hidden mine guarded by human villains and vampire bats.


Mad Eyes  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #34. [May 1937]


                A plague of reptiles and the contamination of most of the water supplies in the worlds may spell the end of civilization.


Mad Mesa  (Bantam, 1972.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #66. [January 1939]


                Doc must escape from jail in order to solve the mystery of a criminal who can change people's personalities.


Magic Forest, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #6)


Magic Island, The  (Bantam, 1977.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #89.


                A phantasmagoric city appears floating on the ocean and anyone who sees it is temporarily transformed.


Majii, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #60. [September 1935]


                Hypnotism is employed to confuse Doc and help further the international aggression of a foreign dictator.


Man from Atlantis, The  (Warner, 1974.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #25.


                A scientist who specializes in investigating Atlantis disappears and another man is found dead of a bizarre, never before seen malady, with a medallion that appears to come from the lost continent.  The Avenger sets out to solve both mysteries, believing them to be linked.


Man of Bronze, The  (Bantam, 1964.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #1. [March 1933]


                Emissaries from a hidden race attempt to assassinate Doc Savage, so he and his friends trace them back to their base in the jungle.


Man Who Fell Up, The.  (See One-Eyed Mystic & The Man Who Fell Up.)


Man Who Shook the Earth, The  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #43. [February 1934]


                Another villain challenges Savage, this one armed with a device that causes earthquakes.


Man Who Was Scared, The.  (See The Whisker of Hercules & The Man Who Was Scared.)


Measures for a Coffin. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #3.)


Men of Fear. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #4.)


Mental Monster, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #8.)


Mental Wizard, The  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #53. [March 1937]


                In a lost world in the Amazon, Doc either encounters a gigantic creature or has his mind influenced by a woman's unnatural powers.


Men Vanished, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #7.)


Men Who Smiled No More, The  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #45.  [April 1936]


                Someone is turning ordinary citizens into mindless killers.


Merchants of Disaster  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent and Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #41. [July 1939]


                A new weapon is unleashed, one which destroys the oxygen in the air.


Metal Master, The  (Bantam, 1973.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #72.  [March 1936]


                A master criminal has extraordinary powers over metal, and plans to use them to achieve world domination.


Meteor Menace  (Bantam, 1964.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #3. [March 1934]


                A megalomaniacal super villain has an artifact from space which affects men's minds.


Midas Man, The  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #46. [August 1936]


                Doc Savage battles another criminal mastermind.


Midnight Murder  (Warner, 1974.)  (Magazine version 1942 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #24.


                Spies cause an airplane crash in order to steal an experimental device.


Mindless Monsters, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #2.)


Monkey Suit, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #5)


Monsters, The  (Bantam, 1965.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #7. [April 1934]


                A criminal mastermind has found a way to transform a handful of thugs into virtual supermen.


Motion Menace, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Lester Dent and Ryerson Johnson.)


Doc Savage #64. [May 1938]


                Doc and friends struggle to gain control of a weapon that could make all others obsolete.


Mountain Monster, The  (Bantam, 1976.)  (Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #84. [January 1938]


                A hideous monster claims victims in the wilds of Alaska.


Munitions Master, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #58. [August 1938]


                Savage is framed for a series of crimes again, and must track down the man responsible in a distant land.


Murder Melody  (Bantam, 1967.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #15.  [November 1935]


                Mysterious flying men appear following a series of earthquakes, forecasting the end of the world.


Murder Mirage  (Bantam, 1972.)  (Laurence Donovan.)


Doc Savage #71. [January 1936]


                Someone is controlling the weather, so Savage is off on another series of adventures.


Murder on Wheels  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #13.


                The Avenger must outwit a serial killer.


Mystery Island. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #4.)


Mystery on Happy Bones  (Bantam, 1979.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #96. [July, 1943]


                Savage vs a secret Nazi base on an uncharted island.


Mystery on the Snow, The  (Bantam, 1972.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #69.


                Murder in the business world, as someone wants exclusive control of a unique new metal.


Mystery Under the Sea  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #27. [February 1936]


                A mutilated corpse is the only warning of a new criminal plot.


Mystic Mullah, The  (Bantam, 1965.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #9. [January 1935]


                A mysterious being and its followers engage on a plan of world conquest.


Nevlo  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1941 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #17.


                Someone interrupts power across the entire US and plots to extort money with the entire nation at risk.


Nightwitch Devil, The  (Warner, 1974.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #29.


                A friend of the Avenger disappears while visiting a small time where there have been rumors of the appearance of Satan himself.


No Light to Die By. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #5)


Once Over Lightly. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #5)


One-Eyed Mystic & The Man Who Fell Up, Bantam, 1982.  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #111-112. [January 1944 & July 1942]


                An inventor tries to sell the secret of mind control to the Nazis.  Superscience is employed in a plot to destroy New York City.


Other World, The  (Bantam, 1968.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #29. [January 1940]


                Savage deals with a mysterious visitor from another world.


Peril in the North.  (See The Golden Man & Peril in the North.)


Phantom City, The  (Bantam, 1966.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #10. [December 1933]


                While trying to track down a band of Arab criminals, Doc stumbles across yet another lost city.


Pharoah's Ghost & The Time Terror, The  (Bantam, 1981.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #101-102. [June 1944 & January 1943]


                Cultists and criminals use Egyptian legend to launch a reign of terror.  A lost land of prehistoric beasts menaces the modern world.


Pictures of Death  (Warner, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1941 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #19.


                The Avenger battles an international smuggling organization.


Pink Lady, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #8.)


Pirate Isle & The Speaking Stone, The  (Bantam, 1983.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #115-116.  [?]


                Not seen.


Pirate of the Pacific  (Bantam, 1967. )  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #19. [July 1933]


                Another international criminal mastermind tries to gain control of the world.


Pirate's Ghost, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #62. [April 1938]


                International pirate seek to gain control of a new invention.


Poison Island  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #57. [September 1939]


                An ancient curse, a dictator who kicks of an undersea war, and rumors of ghost ships manned by the undead.


Polar Treasure, The  (Bantam, 1965.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #4.  [June 1933.]


                Someone in the Arctic is stealing entire ships, so Doc goes off to investigate.


Pure Evil, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #4.)


Purple Dragon, The  (Bantam, 1978.)  (Lester Dent and Harold Davis.)


Doc Savage #91. [September 1940]


                A sinister plot to use illusions to commit a series of crimes.


Purple Zombie, The  (Warner, 1974.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #27.


                The Avenger battles a villain who appears to have the power to raise the dead.


Python Isle  (Bantam, 1991.)  (Will Murray.)


Doc Savage #183.


                A lost aviator reappears years later with evidence of a lost civilization, which attracts the attention of criminals as well as Savage and his compatriots.


Quest of Qui  (Bantam, 1966.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #12. [July 1935]


                Inexplicably, Viking raiders reappear on the ocean, eventually capturing Doc and his band.


Quest of the Spider  (Bantam, 1972.)


Doc Savage #68. [May 1938]


                A criminal mastermind captures Doc Savage and his friends, but not for long.


Red Moon  (Warner, 1974.)  (Ron Goulart.)


Avenger #26


                The Avenger investigates a series of brutal killings that appear to have been caused by wolf attacks, but which the government is very clearly pretending didnít happen.


Red Skull, The  (Bantam, 1967.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #17. [August 1933]


                Doc travels to an underground realm to defeat a criminal who has the technology to alter geology and terrorize the world.


Red Snow  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #38.  [February 1935]


                Yet still another criminal mastermind, this one attacking with a deadly snowfall.


Red Spider, The  (Bantam, 1979.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #95. [?]


                Doc goes on a spy mission inside the Soviet Union.


Red Terrors, The  (Bantam, 1976.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #83. [September 1938]


                Denizens of a secret undersea city begin seizing surface ships, until Doc Savage brings their careers to a sudden halt.


Resurrection Day  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #36. [November 1936]


                There's a way to bring one long dead historical figure back to life, but villains plan to make sure it's not the one Doc Savage has chosen.


Return from Cormoralm. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #13.)


River of Ice  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #11.


                Knowledge recovered from a lost civilization could alter technological development in the present.


Roar Devil, The  (Bantam, 1977.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #88.


                An archcriminal's reign of terror comes to an end when Doc Savage gets involved.


Rock Sinister. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #4.)


Running Skeletons, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #1.)


Rustling Death, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #2.)


Sargasso Ogre, The  (Bantam, 1967.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #18. [October 1933]


                Savage and company journey to the Sargasso Sea to defeat a sea traveling criminal.


Satan Black & Cargo Unknown  (Bantam, 1980.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #97-98.  [November 1944 & April 1945]


                Doc gets involved in stopping a plot to sabotage a transcontinental pipeline in the first.  More saboteurs in the second, and a deadly dive undersea to investigate a sunken submarine.


Screaming Man, The.  (See They Died Twice & The Screaming Man.)


Sea Angel, The  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #49. [November 1937]


                Someone is abducting the world's business leaders, so Doc Savage tracks down another villain.


Sea Magician, The  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #44. [November 1934]


                Appearances of an apparent ghost cover another criminal plot, this one in rural England.


Secret in the Sky, The  (Bantam, 1967.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #20.  [May 1935]


                A villain uses an orbiting superweapon to threaten the governments of Earth.


Secret in the Sky & Cold Death  (Bantam, 1982.)


                Omnibus of the two novels, previously published separately.


Secret of the Su, The.  (See The Goblins & The Secret of the Su.)


Se-Pah-Poo. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #11.)


Seven Agate Devils, The  (Bantam, 1973. ) (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #73. [May 1936]


                Criminal masterminds are the problem again, this one engaged in an international campaign of murder and terror.


Shape of Terror & Death Had Yellow Eyes, The  (Bantam, 1982. )  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #109-110. [August 1944 & February 1944]


                Savage fakes his own death to uncover an international plot.  More conspiracy follows as foreign powers jockey for position in a war torn world.


Sky Walker, The  (Paperback Library, 1972.)  (Magazine version 1939 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #3.


                An invisible airplane and a new weapon that destroys buildings.


Smiling Dogs, The  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #10.


                Strange events surround the murder of two politicians and a controversial plan for reforestation.


South Pole Terror, The  (Bantam, 1974.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #77. [1936]


                A startling discovery of a lost world at the South Pole attracts the attention of Doc Savage and a group of criminals.


Speaking Stone, The.  (See The Pirate Isle & The Speaking Stone.)


Spook Hole  (Bantam, 1972.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #70. [August 1935]


                Savage returns to South America to thwart another would be international power broker.


Spook Legion, The  (Bantam, 1967.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #16. [April 1935]


                A criminal genius terrorizes New York with what appear to be supernatural powers.


Spook of Grandpa Eben, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #3.)


Spotted Men, The  (Bantam, 1977.)  (Lester Dent and William Bogart.)


Doc Savage #87. [March 1940]


                A millionaire disappears and his employees succumb to a plague of insanity.


Squeaking Goblin, The  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #35. [August 1934]


                A mysterious killer who mimics the attributes of a ghost starts killing people despite Doc's attempts to stop him.


Stockholders in Death  (Paperback Library, 1972.)  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #7.


                The Avenger breaks up an alliance between businessman and organized crime.


Stone Man, The  (Bantam, 1976.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #81. [October 1939]


                The bad guys can change people to stone in this one, although it's actually a freezing process.


Strange Fish. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #3.)


Submarine Mystery, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #63. [June 1938]


                A submarine sinks under mysterious circumstances and the only survivor seems to have come from a different time.


Swooning Lady, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #1.)


Talking Devil & The Ten Ton Snakes, The  (Bantam, 1982.)


Doc Savage #113-114. [May 1943 & March 1945]


                An apparently supernatural curse seems to have descended upon Savage.  Adventure in a lost city in the jungles of Brazil.


Target for Death. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #13.)


Ten Ton Snakes, The.  (See The Talking Devil & The Ten Ton Snakes.)


Terrible Stork, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #7.)


Terror in the Navy, The  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #33. [1937]


                A foreign power with a new superweapon threatens to destroy the US unless it bows to his demands.


Terror Takes 7. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #9.)


Terror Wears No Shoes. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #13.)


They Died Twice & The Screaming Man  (Bantam, 1981.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #105-106.  [November 1942 & December 1945]


                In the first, a memory machine gives Savage the knowledge of an old wrong that needs to be righted.  Then he outwits another would be dictator in the aftermath of World War II.


Thing That Pursued, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #2.)


Thousand Headed Man, The  (Bantam, 1964.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #2. [July 1934]


                In Indochina, Doc and his friends cross swords with a mysterious villain who seems almost to be able to cast magical spells to protect himself.


Three Devils, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #3.)


Three Gold Crowns  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #14.


                The Avenger vs a criminal mastermind.


Three Times a Corpse. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #11.)


Three Wild Men & The Fiery Menace, The  (Bantam, 1984.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #121-122.


                Not seen.


Time Terror, The.  (See The Pharoah's Ghost & The Time Terror.)


Trouble on Parade. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #8.)


Tuned for Murder  (Paperback Library, 1973.)  (Magazine version 1940 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #9.


                Intrigue surrounding the development of a new super weapon.


Tunnel Terror  (Bantam, 1979.)  (William Bogart.)


Doc Savage #93. [August 1940]


                A mysterious force is attacking people involved in an underground construction project.


Two-Wise Owl, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #10.)


Up from the Earth's Center. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #13.)


Vanisher, The  (Bantam, 1970.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #52. [December 1936]


                A group of hardened criminals disappear from prison, and then prominent men begin to vanish from their homes and businesses.  Has Doc Savage gone bad?


Waves of Death. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #10.)


Wee Ones, The. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #9.)


Weird Valley. (See Doc Savage Omnibus #8.)


Whisker of Hercules & The Man Who Was Scared, The  (Bantam, 1981.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #103-104. [April 1944 & July 1944]


                An ancient god reappears in the world demanding homage in the first.  In the second, a criminal hatches a sinister plot and Savage is framed once again.


Whistling Wraith, The  (Bantam, 1993.)  (Will Murray.)


Doc Savage #188.


                Savage battles a villain who appears to be have an insubstantial body.


White Eyes  (Bantam, 1992.)  (Will Murray.)


Doc Savage #184.


                An alliance by various criminal organizations unleashes the plague on New York City as part of a clever plot against the Man of Bronze.


Wilder Curse, The  (Warner, 1974.)  (Magazine version 1942 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #23.


                The Avenger brings another clever murderer to justice.


World's Fair Goblin  (Bantam, 1969.)  (Lester Dent and William Bogart.)


Doc Savage #39. [April 1939]


                Doc Savage battles a powerful robot and discovers the twisted mastermind behind it.


Yellow Cloud, The  (Bantam, 1971.)  (Lester Dent.)


Doc Savage #59. [February 1939]


                The Navy is trying out a new airborne superweapon when a mysterious cloud appears and gobbles up their plane.


Yellow Hoard, The  (Paperback Library, 1972.)  (Magazine version, 1939 by Paul Ernst.)


Avenger #2.


                Mobsters are on the trail of an ancient hoard of gold but the Avenger won't let them get it.




Twentieth Century, The  (Wesleyan, 2004, translated from the 1888 French edition by Philippe Willems.)


                A mildly feminist satire about life in the future.




Captain Freedom  (Harper, 2009.)


A retired superhero has trouble adjusting.




Space Visitors, The  (Harcourt, 1968.)


                Visitors from another planet investigate the languages of Earth.  For younger readers.


ROBINETT, STEPHEN  (See also Steve Hahn.)


Man Responsible, The  (Ace, 1978.)


                In the not too distant future, a private detective is hired to recover a lost fortune, and his investigation uncovers a sinister figure who lurks behind a variety of international power structures.


Projections  (Ace, 1979, Baronet, 1979.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Stargate  (St Martins, 1976, Signet, 1977.)


                Matter transmission has become reality, and gigantic gates are under construction to transport people and material not only around the world but to other worlds.  Two supercorporations battle for control of the technology, which could effectively put them in control of humanity's future.




Cutting Edge, The  (Boulevard, 1999.)


A Daredevil novel.


                The costumed superhero battles a murderer who has the ability to avoid detection by Daredevilís super senses, while simultaneously dealing with a company that is exploiting the condition of the poor.


Point of Honor  (Forge, 2003.)


                Essentially a Regency romance with some espionage, but it's a regency England that doesn't share our own history.




Stitch in Time, A  (Pocket, 2000.)


A Star Trek Deep Space Nine novel.


                Garak the tailor and spy from Deep Space Nine goes back to Cardassia seeking to pick up the threads of his life, and eventually he becomes an instrumental force in rebuilding his shattered world.




Longhead: The Story of the First Fire  (?, 1913.)


                Not seen.  A novel of prehistory.




Disk: A Prophetic Reflection, A.  (See The Disk: A Tale of Two Passions.)


Disk: A Tale of Two Passions, The  (?, 1884.)  (?, 1884, as The Disk: A Prophetic Reflection.)


                A story of marvelous inventions.




Chrysalis of Death  (Pocket, 1976.)


A resort in the American Southwest becomes a scene of horror when caterpillarlike creatures infect several humans with a long dormant plague which causes a kind of reverse evolution, transforming human beings into primitive creatures of low intelligence and no moral restrictions.  Short on logic but not badly done.


Freak, The.  (See The Silverleaf Syndrome.)


Silverleaf Syndrome, The  (Tower, 1980.  Leisure, 1985, as The Freak.)


A deformed five year abandoned in an institution develops unusual strength, commits a murder, and escapes into the swamp, where he is pursued by a group of searchers who have no suspicion that the boy is the key to the destruction of their entire system of beliefs about the world.


ROBINSON, FRANK M.  (See also collaborations which follow.)


Cosmic Saboteur (Armchair, 2012, bound with Look to the Stars by Willard Hawkins. Magazine appearance 1955.)


Espionage among the stars. 


Dark Beyond the Stars, The  (Tor, 1998, Orb, 1998.)


                A starship on a fruitless mission to discover intelligent alien life is ordered on a new course.  Its crew, weary of the journey, dares to rebel against the captain, who is himself immortal.


Dead End Kids of Space, The (Armchair, 2022, bound with Planet Without Love by Frank Belknap Long, Magazine appearance 1954.)


A group of young entrepreneurs attempt to gain control of a newly discovered planet.


Donor, The  (Forge, 2004.)


                Marginal medical thriller about organlegging.


Life in the Day ofÖ, A  (Bantam, 1981.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Power, The  (Lippincott, 1956, Bantam, 1957, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1957, Berkley, 1977, Corgi, 1959, Sphere, 1968, Popular Library, 1968, Tor, 2000.)


                Intricate mystery in which the protagonist knows that one of his acquaintances has superhuman psi powers but cannot decide which one it is.  Effectively filmed as a low budget movie.


Through My Glasses, Darkly  (KaCSFFS Press, 2002.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Waiting  (Forge, 1999.)


                The protagonist discovers that there are superhumans living concealed among us, people who have developed mental powers that make them far superior to normal humans, but for the most part without the compassion that makes us human.




Great Divide, The  (Rawson Wade, 1982, Tor, 2004.)


                Near future political satire.




Blowout!  (Franklin Watts, 1987, Severn House, 1989.)


                The US is building a transcontinental bullet tunnel, but some of the engineers discover that the company doing the construction is concealing geological information that could cause a potential disaster.


Gold Crew, The  (Interlit, 1980, Warner, 1981, Panther, 1983.)


                An experiment to discover how the crew of a submarine will fare under the stress of a nuclear war has an unfortunate byproduct.  There's a good chance the trial could actually precipitate the condition it was designed to study.


Nightmare Factor, The  (Doubleday, 1978, Hodder, 1978, Bantam, 1979.)


                A mysterious and deadly new disease appears in the US, and some believe that it was deliberately created and released by a foreign power.


Prometheus Crisis, The  (Doubleday, 1975, Literary Guild, 1975, Bantam, 1976, Hodder, 1976.)


                An accident at a nuclear plant results in an uncontrolled and uncontrollable reaction.




War of the World, The  (Self published, 1914.)


                A story of the future.


ROBINSON, JEREMY (See collaboration which follows.)


Antarktos Rising  (Breakneck, 2008.)


A worldwide disaster makes Antarctica habitable.


Didymus Conspiracy, The  (Breakneck, 2007.)


Time travelers want to witness the life of Jesus.


Instinct  (Thomas Dunne, 2010.)


Chess Team #2.


The search for the origin of a new disease uncovers a tribe of subhumans.


Island 731  (Thomas Dunne, 2013.)


Castaways on an island where the Japanese experimented with human genetics during World War II.


Kronos  (Variance, 2009.)


An unexpected ocean predator is discovered.


MirrorWorld (Thomas Dunne, 2015.)


A drug shows a man a greater reality.


Pulse  (Thomas Dunne, 2009.)


Chess Team #1.


The mythological Hydra turns out to be real.


Raising the Past  (Breakneck, 2006.)


An expedition to the Antarctic finds evidence of an ancient civilization.


Uprising  (See Xom-B.)


Xom-B (Thomas Dunne, 2014. St Martins, 2015, as Uprising.)


A utopia is threatened by a conspiracy to turn people into zombies.




Distance, The (Thomas Dunne, 2016.)


Most of the human race is mysteriously turned to dust.




Secret of the  Snow Leopard  (Lost Coast Press, 1999.)


                An obsessed man is determined to save one of the endangered species of Earth by transporting the survivors to a distant planet.  Unfortunately, an inimical alien race has plans for that same world, and they aren't willing to accommodate any ecologically minded interlopers.




2312  (Orbit, 2012.)



Antarctica  (HarperCollins, 1997, Bantam, 1997.)


                The industrialized nations scramble to exploit the frozen continent while ecoterrorists plan a major coup to prevent that from happening.


Aurora (Orbit, 2015.)


First trip to the stars.


Black Air  (Pulphouse, 1991.)


                Pamphlet version of the 1983 short story.


Blind Geometer, The  (Tor, 1989, bound with The New Atlantis by Ursula K. LeGuin.)


                Novelette about a blind man with an extraordinary new sense.


Blue Mars  (Bantam, 1996, HarperCollins, 1996.)


Mars #3.


                Mars has nearly been terraformed, but now it's in danger of being flooded by immigrants from an Earth which has grown overpopulated and ecologically unstable.  The nearly immortal leaders of the Martian colony have to choose between creeping disaster and an interplanetary war.


Down and Out in the Year 2000.  (See Remaking History and Other Stories.)


Escape from Kathmandu  (Axolotl, 1988.)


                Shorter version of Tor book with same title.


Escape from Kathmandu  (Tor, 1989, Easton, 1989, Unwin, 1990, Orb, 1994.)


                Episodic adventures of two unlikely heroes as they explore the mysteries of the Himalayas.


Fifty Degrees Below  (Bantam, 2005.)


                A new ice age threatens to overwhelm the world within a few years, and efforts to reverse the ecological damage are hampered by the usual forces.


Forty Signs of Rain  (Bantam, 2004.)


                Government officials refuse to fund technology that would control global warning until a major storm and flooding devastate parts of the Eastern US.


Galileo's Dream  (Ballantine Spectra, 2010.)


A time traveler gives Galileo glimpses of the future.


Gold Coast, The  (Tor, 1988, Macdonald, 1988, Futura, 1989, Orb, 1995.)


Orange County #2.


                In Southern California, a handful of young people struggle to create a new and more meaningful civilization on the ashes of the old one.


Green Mars  (Tor, 1988, bound with A Meeting with Medusa by Arthur C. Clarke.)


                The novella that eventually became a portion of the first novel in the Mars trilogy.


Green Mars  (HarperCollins, 1993, Bantam, 1994.)


Mars #2.


                Political and social unrest among the first generation of Martian colonists.  Efforts to terraform the planet will taken generations and some don't have the patience to wait that long. 


Icehenge  (Ace, 1984, Orbit, 1985, Tor, 1990, HarperCollins, 1997, Orb, 1998.)


                The first expedition to Pluto discovers an enormous monument which could have been fashioned by alien visitors, or perhaps by a previously unsuspected human visitation.


Lucky Strike, The  (PM, 2009.)


Alternate history story published as a chapbook.


Martians, The  (HarperCollins, 1998, Bantam, 1999.)


                Collection of  sometimes loosely related stories.


Memory of Whiteness, The  (Tor, 1985, Macdonald, 1986, Orb, 1996.)


                More than a thousand years from now, the tour of an interstellar orchestra provides a panoramic view at the future of humanity.


New York 2140 (Orbit, 2017.)


Pacific Edge  (Tor, 1990, Unwin, 1990, Easton, ?, HarperCollins, 1990, Orb, 1995.)


Orange County #3.


                A future Californian mini-state has found a balance between technology and ecology and is rapidly adding to humanity's knowledge, but problems remain.


Planet on the Table, The  (Tor, 1986, Futura, 1987.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Red Mars  (HarperCollins, 1992, Bantam, 1993.)


Mars #1.


                Battle is enjoined between those who want to terraform Mars for human habitation and those who want to preserve it in its original state.


Remaking History and Other Stories  (Tor, 1991, Orb, 1994.  Grafton, 1992, as Down and Out in the Year 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions, A  (Pulphouse, 1991.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Shaman (Orbit, 2013.)


A novel of prehistory.


Short, Sharp Shock, A  (Tor, 1990, bound with The Dragon Masters by Jack Vance.  Ziesing, 1990.)


                Novella about a lost colony of humans.


Sixty Days and Counting  (Bantam, 2007.)


                A newly elected President seeks to salvage the country from ecological ruin.


Wild Shore, The  (Ace, 1984, Futura, 1985, HarperCollins, ?, Orb, 1995.)


Orange County #1.


                The world was devastated by nuclear war and the US is now a poor country which has lost its pride.  A young man who wishes to restore the old greatness encounters some people who claim to be from a secret resistance movement, and eventually this leads him to the truth about patriotism.


Years of Rice and Salt, The  (Bantam, 2002.)


                Episodic novel tracing several centuries of history in an alternate history when the Black Plague essentially wiped out Christian Europe, allowing Islam and the Chinese to become the two predominant forces in the settlement of the rest of the world.




Evil Star  (Norton, 1986, Zebra, 1987.)


                The Russians plot to eliminate the US by manipulating an object in space and causing it to strike in North America.




Birthright  (Doctor Who Books, 1993.)


A Doctor Who New Adventure.


A confused mishmash involving the Doctor's visit to the time of Jack the Ripper, a far future dying Earth, alien invasions, and other devices.


Edge of Destruction, The  (Target, 1988, from the 1964 script by David Whitaker.)


A Doctor Who book.


An experiment designed to repair a flaw in the guidance circuits of the Tardis has unexpected results, including the arrival of an unseen intelligence.


Sensorites, The  (Target, 1987, from the 1964 script by Peter R. Newman.)


A Doctor Who book.


The Doctor encounters a human spaceship whose crew are in mortal fear of a race of telepathic aliens.  The Doctor visits the world of the latter, and discovers their evil intentions for the other races of the galaxy.


Time Meddler, The  (Target, 1987, from the 1965 script by David Spooner.)


A Doctor Who book.


The Doctor visits the Battle of Hastings and finds a sinister figure waiting there who has traveled through time and plans to alter the course of European history.


Timewyrm: Apocalypse  (Doctor Who Books, 1991.)


A Doctor Who New Adventure.


The Doctor has pursued an alien creature to a lush planet whose inhabitants appear to be perfect physical specimens.  But something is wrong. There's no sign of the Timewyrm, and the natives seem just a bit too good to be true.


Underwater Menace, The  (Target, 1988, from the 1967 script by Geoffrey Orme.)


A Doctor Who book.


The Doctor is kidnapped by creatures living in the submerged land of Atlantis and rescued by a scientist who becomes obsessed with his discovery and who decides to raise Atlantis back to the surface, even if that means the end of the world.




H.M.S. Unseen  (Harper, 1999.)


                Marginal story about the hijacking of an experimental submarine.


Kilo Class  (Harper, 1998.)


                Marginal thriller about a plan to prevent Russian submarines from reaching China.


Nimitz Class  (Arrow, 1997.)


                Marginal thriller about a rogue submarine that destroys an American aircraft carrier.


Shark Mutiny, The  (Harper, 2001.)


                Marginal story about a military confrontation with the Chinese navy.




Masque of a Savage Mandarin  (MacDonald, 1969, Panther, 1974.)


                Satiric novel about a man who uses extraordinary powers to get even with a society he doesn't care for.


ROBINSON, JEANNE  (See collaborations with Spider Robinson.)


ROBINSON, SPIDER  (See also collaborations which follow, and collaboration with Robert A. Heinlein.)


Antinomy  (Dell, 1980.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


By Any Other Name  (Baen, 2001.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Callahan and Company  (Phantasia, 1987.  Legend, 1989, as Callahan's Crazy Crosstime Bar.)


                Omnibus of Callahan's Crosstime Saloon, Time Travelers Strictly Cash, and Callahan's Secret.


Callahan's Con  (Tor, 2003.)


Callahan #9.


                The gang get caught up in a problem involving a time machine.


Callahan's Crazy Crosstime Bar.  (See Callahan and Company.)


Callahan's Crosstime Saloon  (Ace, 1977.)


Callahan #1.


                Collection of related stories about a bar where time travelers meet to swap stories.


Callahanís Key   (Bantam, 2000.)


Callahan #8.


                Callahan and his crew of aliens, monsters, and just plain weird characters if forced to relocate from New York to Florida.


Callahan's Lady  (Ace, 1989, Baen, 2001.)


Callahan #4.


                Episodic novel set in a rooming house and bordello which caters to visitors from all times and places.


Callahan's Legacy  (Tor, 1996.)


Callahan #7.


                Still more humorous adventures in the bar that replaced Callahan's.


Callahan's Secret  (Berkley, 1986.)


Callahan #3.


                Collection of related stories about a bar where time travelers meet to swap stories


Callahan Touch, The  (Ace, 1993.)


Callahan #6.


                More amusing goings on as a new bar opens to the time traveling crowd from the earlier books.


Copyright Violation  (Pulphouse, 1990.)


                Short story published as a pamphlet.


Deathkiller.  (See Mindkiller.)


Free Lunch, The  (Tor, 2001.)


                A runaway hiding in a high tech amusement park discovers it is the transit point for time travelers from the future.


God Is an Iron and Other Stories  (Five Star,  2002.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Kill the Editor  (Pulphouse, 1991.)


                A lengthy excerpt from Lady Slings the Booze.


Lady Slings the Booze  (Ace, 1992.)


Callahan #5.


                More adventures in a whorehouse that caters to time travelers with unusual tastes.


Lifehouse  (Baen, 1997.)


Lifehouse #3.


                Two people encounter secret superhumans who can steal their memories.  There's also a time traveler mixed up in this comic but disjointed adventure.


Lifehouse Trilogy, The  (Baen, 2007.)


Omnibus of Mindkiller, Time Pressure, and Lifehouse.


Melancholy Elephants  (Penguin, 1984.)


                Collection of unrelated stories, largely overlapping Tor edition with same title.


Melancholy Elephants  (Tor, 1985.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Mindkiller  (Holt Rinehart Winston, 1982, Berkley, 1983, Sphere, 1985, Ace, 1988. Baen, 1996, expanded as Deathkiller.)


Lifehouse #1.


                Crime and punishment in a near future world where people physically link themselves to computers. 


Night of Power  (Baen, 1985, Berkley, 1986??.  Baen, 2005 revised.)


                Visitors from Canada get caught up in a race war in future New York City because they are an interracial group.


Telempath  (Berkley, 1977, Macdonald & Janes, 1978, Tor, 1983, Baen, 2001.)


                In the aftermath of a plague that destroys much of the human race, a fresh power struggle has a new dimension.  One of the parties has enlisted the aid of discorporate creatures who have long been hidden on the Earth, creatures which can only be detected by their distinctive odor.


Time Pressure  (Ace, 1987.)


Lifehouse #2.


                A woman from the future visits our time to gather information about our culture.  But her visit itself appears likely to change the course of history.  Is she just careless, or is this part of a more complex plot? 


Time Travelers Strictly Cash  (Ace, 1981.)


Callahan #2.


                Collection of related stories about a bar where time travelers meet to swap stories


True Minds  (Pulphouse, 1990.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


User Friendly  (Baen, 1998.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Very Bad Deaths (Baen, 2004.)


                An involuntary telepath overhears a mental conversation about a proposed murder.




Star Dance  (Dial, 1979, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1979, Dell, 1980, Tor, 1983.)


Stardance #1.


                A ballerina dedicates her life to her art, and knows that the only way she can reach the pinnacle of achievement she desires is if she somehow manages to perform in weightlessness.


Stardance Trilogy, The  (Baen, 2006.)


                Omnibus of the trilogy.


Star Dancers, The  (Baen, 1997.)


                Omnibus of Stardance and Starseed.


Starmind  (Ace, 1995, Baen, 2001.)


Stardance #3.


                As the human race enjoys unprecedented peace and posterity, the existence of an alien starmind offers even greater hope for the future.  But there are those on Earth who fear this change in human society and plan to sabotage it, and a single ballerina is called upon to foil their plans.


Starseed  (Ace, 1991.)


Stardance #2.


                A dancer whose body has been badly damaged agrees to take an alien symbiote as a partner.  Now capable of living even in a vacuum, she performs her art in the darkness of outer space.




School of Terror  (Carousel, 1980.)


                Marginal thriller. A gang of criminals threatens to provoke a nuclear war unless the US government pays extortion.




Beginning, The  (Corgi, 1990, Boxtree, 1994.)


A Quantum Leap novel.


                The story of the original project which goes wrong, sending its originator back through time into the body of another person.


Ghost and the Gumshoe, The  (Corgi, 1990, Boxtree, 1994.)


A Quantum Leap novel.


                The time traveling hero finds himself facing a possible supernatural event, when a grieving woman enlists his aid in exposing what appears to be a genuine ghost.




Drunk on All Your Strange New Words (Tor, 2022.)


A translator working for aliens gets caught up in a murder mystery.




Chasing the Dragon  (Pyr, 2009.)


Quantum Gravity #4.


In a world where a kind of rationalized magic has returned, a female agent has adventures.


Down to the Bone  (Pyr, 2011.)


Quantum Gravity #5.


The change in natural law is bringing the dead back to life.


Going Under  (Gollancz, 2008, Pyr, 2008.)


Quantum Gravity #3.


A change of the law of nature makes mythical creatures real.


Keeping It Real  (Gollancz, 2006, Pyr, 2007.)


Quantum Gravity #1.


                As much fantasy as SF.   A change on the quantum level makes magic possible.


Living Next Door to the God of Love  (Bantam, 2006.)


                A runaway in a distant future world encounters artificial and alien intelligences.


Mappa Mundi   (Pan, 2002, Pyr, 2006.)


                The military experiments with mind control.


Natural History  (Bantam, 2005.)


                A cyborg starship returns to Earth with news about a colonizable world.


Selling Out  (Gollancz, 2007, Pyr, 2007.)


Quantum Gravity #2.


                Mixes SF and fantasy as a woman has adventures in a parallel reality where magical creatures exist.


Silver Screen  (Pan, 2003, Pyr, 2005.)


                An artificially enhanced genius gets involved with conspiracy involving artificial intelligences.




Holocaust 2000  (Sphere, 1978.)


                Not seen.  A movie tie in?


ROBSON, NORMAN  (Pseudonym of John Robb.)


Space Beam  (Hamilton, 1951.)


                An expedition to the moon is diverted to the planet Venus.




Wild Boy, The  (Golden Gryphon, 2001.)


                Aliens destroy human civilization and then attempt to breed a strain of humanity which can enter a symbiotic emotional relationship with their kind.


ROCK, JAMES  (Pseudonym of Clinton Patten.)


Thro' Space  (New England Druggist, 1909.)


                A trip to the other planets by means of antigravity.


ROCK, PAM  (Pseudonym of Pamela S. Hanson and Barbara Andrews.)


Love's Changing Moon  (Leisure, 1994.)


Rebels find love on a far planet.


Moon of Desire  (Leisure, 1993.)


A woman is kidnapped on a far world and finds her true love among her kidnappers.


Star Searcher  (BMI, 1996.)


                Another futuristic romance with a hunter of antiquities getting romantically involved with her client.


World Away, A  (BMI, 1995.)


                Two lovers separated by class are thrown into each otherís arms, quite literally, when disaster befalls their starship.




Intruders from the Stars (Armchair, 2012, bound with Flight of the Starling by Chester S. Geier. Magazine appearance 1944.)


Earth faces as potential alien attack.


Men and the Mirror, The  (Ace, 1973.)


                Collection of unrelated stories.


Sun Destroyers, The  (Ace, 1973, bound with A Yank at Valhalla by Edmond Hamilton.)


                A collection of related stories about a galactic civilization, originally written in the 1940s.




Danger in Deep Space  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1953.)


Tom Corbett #2.


                Tom Corbett helps thwart a pair of renegade spacemen trying to steal a valuable asteroid.


On the Trail of the Space Pirates  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1953.)


Tom Corbett #3.


               Three space cadets track down criminals in outer space.


Revolt on Venus  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1954.)


Tom Corbett #5.


                A plot to seize control of the jungle planet is thwarted.


Robot Rocket, The  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1956.)


Tom Corbett #8.


                Adventures in space involving an automatic rocket ship.


Sabotage in Space  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1955.)


Tom Corbett #7.


                Three cadets are framed as villains plot sabotage against a secret project.


Space Pioneers, The  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1953.)


Tom Corbett #4.


                An expedition to a new colony world turns ugly when one of the leaders decides to make himself absolute dictator.


Stand By for Mars  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1952.)


Tom Corbett #1.


                A young astronaut has adventures on his first trip to Mars.


Treachery in Outer Space  (Grosset & Dunlap, 1954.)


Tom Corbett #6.


                What was supposed to be a friendly race through space turns ugly when someone sets out to sabotage the competition.


ROCKWOOD, ROY  (House pseudonym.)


By Air Express to Venus  (Cupples & Leon, 1939, Whitman, ?)


                The first voyage to Venus is enlivened by a series of adventures.


By Spaceship to Saturn  (Cupples & Leon, 1935, Whitman, ?)


                The first expedition to Saturn runs into trouble when the local inhabitants object to their intrusion.


City Beyond the Clouds, The  (Cupples & Leon, 1925.)


                Not seen.


Five Thousand Miles Underground  (Cupples & Leon, 1908, Whitman, ?) (Howard R. Garis.)


                A journey to the center of the Earth.


Lost on the Moon  (Cupples & Leon, 1911, Whitman, ? ) (Howard R. Garis.)


                Treachery endangers the first expedition to the moon.


On a Tornaway World  (Cupples & Leon, 1913, Whitman, ?)  (Howard R. Garis.)


                An earthquake breaks off a piece of the Earth which carries a number of people off for a series of adventures in outer space.


Through Space to Mars  (Cupples & Leon, 1910, Whitman, ?)  (Howard R. Garis.)


                Space travel to Mars, involving lost comets and other dangers.


Through the Air to the North Pole  (Cupples & Leon, 1906.)  (Howard R. Garis.)


                An experimental electrical airship makes the journey to the North Pole.


Under the Ocean to the South Pole  (Cupples & Leon, 1907.)  (Howard R. Garis.)


                Not seen.


Wizard of the Sea, The  (Mershon, 1901.)


                Not seen.




Star Trek: The Motion Picture  (Pocket, 1979, based on the script by Harold Livingston & Alan Dean Foster.)


A Star Trek novel.


Novelization of the first film.  The Enterprise is sent to investigate a gigantic spaceship which turns out to be an altered and evolved version of a primitive space probe that has now turned into a kind of metallic lifeform.


RODGERS, ALAN  (See also collaboration with Richard Hatch.)


Menace: Battle Mountain  (Wildside, 2000.)


                Aliens invade, using human allies as spies.


Pandora  (Bantam, 1994, Millennium, 1995, Wildside, 2002.) 


                An alien child is loose on Earth.  The authorities want to control or destroy her, but she just wants to be free.




ESP Magee and the Dolphin's Message  (Avon Camelot, 1984.)


                Not seen.




Golden Conquest  (Leisure, 1992.)


                Not seen.  A romance set on another planet.


Golden Temptress  (Leisure, 1997.)


                A futuristic romance in which a woman taken prisoner by a kind of interstellar policeman falls in love with him and convinces him to help her people.




Vanishing Point  (Tor, 1993.)


                90% of the human race mysteriously disappears in an instant.  Civilization collapses, and in the aftermath scientists attempt to figure out what caused the event and where the people have all gone.


ROGAN, JACK (Pseudonym of Christopher Golden, who writes Horror.)


Ocean Dark, The  (Ballantine, 2010.)


Gun smugglers run into an island inhabited by man-eating creatures.




New Adam, The  (Stanley Paul, 1926.)


                Not seen.  The story of a superman.




Doomsday Scroll, The  (Dodd, Mead, 1979.)


                A young boy claims to be a prophet and an ancient scroll threatens to challenge much that we believe about the ancient world and the advent of Christianity.


Project Web  (Dodd, Mead, 1980.)


                An American scientist battles Soviet spies in his efforts to be the first to communicate with an alien intelligence.




Flaming Arrows  (IFD, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are SF.


Thirteen Ways to Water and Other Stories  (Wheatland, )


Collection of unrelated stories.


Wind Over Heaven and Other Dark Tales  (Wildside, 2000.)


                Collection of unrelated stories not all of which are SF.




Impact  (?, 1995.)


                A female astronaut tries to prove her competence in space.




Forbidden Sequence  (Bantam, 1987.)


                Marginal techno-thriller.


Mindfogger  (Knopf, 1976, Dell, 1976.)


                The inventor of a device that allows one to control the mind of another finds himself being hunted by numerous government agencies, special interest groups, foreign spies, and outright criminals, all intent upon seizing it for themselves.




War God  (Pinnacle, 1990.)


                An orbiting laser weapon system malfunctions and crashes.  The US and the Soviet Union both launch military recovery operations to prevent the other side from gaining control of the technology.


ROGERSOHN, WILLIAM  (Pseudonym of Dennis Talbot Hughes, whom see.)


Amiro  (Brown Watson, 1954.)


                A terraformed asteroid is the target of acquisition of people from Earth and Mars, and the Martians won't take no for an answer.


North Dimension  (Brown Watson, 1954.)


                A disabled war veteran develops the ability to mentally project himself into another dimension, where his body is completely restored.




Run to the Stars  (Arrow, 1982, Ace, 1986.)


                Adventures of several members of the first large colonial settlement sent to the stars to escape the encroaching bureaucracy that holds sway back in the solar system.




Exodus UK  (McClelland & Stewart, 1975, Totem, 1976.)


Canadian Schism #1.


                Various foreign nations pull all of their investment money out of the United Kingdom and cause such a devastating crash in that country's economy that there is a mass exodus to other parts of the world.


Exxoneration  (McClelland & Stewart, 1974, Pocket, 1976.)


Canada #2.


                The President of the US has announced the unilateral annexation of Canada.  The government of that country considers surrender, but finally decides to resist.


Separation  (McClelland & Stewart, 1976.)


Canadian Schism #2.


                Not seen.


Separation Two  (Paperjacks, 1981.)


Canadian Schism #3.


                Speculative novel about the secession by Quebec and Alberta from Canada and its impact on that nation and the rest of the world.


Starmageddon  (Irwin, 1986.)


                The first female Vice President of the US inadvertently strays into Soviet air space and precipitates a near nuclear war.


Ultimatum   (Clarke Irwin, 1973, Pocket, 1974.)


Canada #1.


                The President of the US gives an ultimatum to Canada to surrender its fuel reserves or risk being invaded by the US.  Predictably, the Canadian government refuses to agree.




Book of Fu Manchu, The  (McBride, 1929, Hurst & Blackett, 1929.)


                Omnibus of The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu, The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu, and The Hand of Dr. Fu Manchu.  McBride edition also contains The Golden Scorpion.


Bride of Fu Manchu, The  (Cassell, 1933, Doubleday, 1933, Burt, 1934, as Fu Manchu's Bride.  Consul, 1961, Pyramid, 1962, Corgi, 1967.)


Fu-Manchu #6.


Fu-Manchu unleashes a bio-engineered plague using giant mutant insects, high tech traps, and mutated human beings.  He also has perfected a method of suspended animation that allows him to kidnap "dead" men and revive them as his slaves.  His efforts include a plan to marry Dr. Petrie's daughter, believed dead in infancy but actually raised as Fu-Manchu's slave.


Daughter of Fu Manchu  (Doubleday, 1931, Cassell, 1931, Burt, 1932, Avon, 1949, World, 1960, Pyramid, 1964, Corgi, 1967.)


Fu-Manchu #4.


Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie are back again, this time to prevent the daughter of Fu-Manchu from recovering the symbols of authority that will allow her to take control of the empire of murderers that her father once led.  Fu-Manchu appears toward the end to bring his rebellious daughter's plans to an end.


Day the World Ended, The  (Doubleday Doran, 1930, Cassell, 1930, Burt, 1931, Ace, 1964.)


                A madman has devised a clever scheme to effectively end the world as we know it, using genetically altered creatures and other weapons.


Devil Doctor, The  (See The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu)


Drums of Fu Manchu, The  ( Doubleday, 1939, Cassell, 1939, Sun Dial, 1940, Pyramid, 1962, Consul, 1963, Corgi, 1968.)


Fu-Manchu #9.


Fu-Manchu's latest plan to seize world power is a systematic assassination of several world leaders.  But Nayland Smith and company stand in his way once again.


Emperor Fu Manchu  (Jenkins, 1959, Gold Medal, 1959, Panther, 1960, Pyramid, 1966.)


Fu-Mancu #13.


Fu Manchu plays Soviet and Chinese communists against one another while plotting to elevate the Si-Fan to world domination.  He is assisted by a legion of animated dead men.


Fu-Manchu Omnibus, Volume 1, The  (Alison & Busby, 1995.)


Omnibus of the first three Fu-Manchu adventures.


Fu Manchu's Bride.  See The Bride of Fu Manchu.


Fu Manchu: Four Classic Novels  (Citadel, 1983.)


                Omnibus of The Hand of Dr. Fu Manchu, The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu, The Yellow Claw, and Dope.


Hand of Fu Manchu, The  (McBride, 1917, Burt, 1921, Grosset & Dunlap, 1938, Consul, 1961, Pyramid, 1962, Corgi, 1967, Wildside, 2002.  Methuen, 1917, as The Si-Fan Mysteries.)


Fu-Manchu #3.


The last in the original set of adventures, which consists of a series of assassination attempts, sometimes successful, before Fu-Manchu is defeated and apparently killed.


Insidious Doctor Fu-Manchu, The  (McBride, 1913, Cassell, 1913, Methuen, 1913, P.F. Collier, 1913, Penguin, 1938, Guild, 1953, World, 1960, Corgi, 1967,  as The Mysterious Doctor Fu-Manchu.  Burt, 1920, Grosset & Dunlap, 1938, Novel, undated, Zebra, ?, Pyramid, 1961.)


Fu-Manchu #1.


Episodic adventures as Sir Denis Nayland Smith and Doctor Petrie seek to head off a series of assassination attempts by Fu-Manchu, a mysterious Chinese mandarin who is working for world domination by his masters.  Marginal SF content mostly involving bizarre animals and poisons.


Island of Fu Manchu, The  (Doubleday, 1941, Cassell, 1941, Sun Dial, 1942, Blue Ribbon, ?, Pyramid, 1963, Consul, 1963, Corgi, 1968. Magazine title Fu Manchu and the Panama Canal.)


Fu-Manchu #10.


This time Fu-Manchu has a revolutionary new submarine in a secret base in the Caribbean with which to threaten the world once again.


Mask of Fu Manchu, The  (Doubleday, 1932, Burt, 1933, Cassell, 1933, World, 1960, Pyramid, 1962, Corgi, 1967.)


Fu-Manchu #5.


An archaeologist uncovers legendary artifacts which Fu-Manchu covets to establish his authenticity of leader of the Near Eastern religious reaction against European influence.


Mysterious Doctor Fu-Manchu, The.  (See The Insidious Doctor Fu-Manchu.)


President Fu Manchu  (Doubleday, 1936, Cassell, 1936, Sun Dial, 1936, Consul, 1961, Pyramid, 1963. Magazine title The Invisible President.)


Fu-Manchu #8.


In order to advance his plan for world conquest, the evil mastermind supports a puppet candidate for President of the US, a man secretly planning to turn the country into a dictatorship.


Re‑Enter Fu Manchu  (Gold Medal, 1957, Jenkins, 1957, Panther, 1960, Corgi, 1967, Pyramid, 1968.)


Fu-Manchu #12.


The immortal villain returns after a long absence, this time fooling a patriotic American into helping him in his plan to incapacitate the President of the US.  The Doctor has also invented an impenetrable shield against nuclear bombs.


Return of Dr Fu Manchu, The  (McBride, 1916, Burt, 1919, Grosset & Dunlap, 1938, Pyramid, 1961, Wildside, 2002.  Methuen, 1916, Consul, 1961, as The Devil Doctor.)


Fu-Manchu #2.


Further battles between the mysterious Fu-Manchu and his legion of thugs, dacoits, and other killers versus a small group of heroic Englishmen.


Shadow of Fu Manchu  (Doubleday, 1948, Jenkins, 1949, Adventure Book Club, 1951, Panther, 1960, Pyramid, 1963.)


A Fu Manchu novel.


Zombielike creatures, the ability of one man to control another mentally, and a bevy of other weapons and menaces enliven this novel of the fiendish doctor.


Si-Fan Mysteries, The  (See The Hand of Fu-Manchu.)


Trail of Fu Manchu, The  (Doubleday, 1934, Cassell, 1934, Burt, 1935, Consul, 1963, Pyramid, 1964, Corgi, 1968.)


Fu-Manchu #7.


More nefarious adventures as the immortal villain uses superscience to smuggle a captive woman into England.  His mansion headquarters is filled with superscientific gadgets and biological discoveries.


Wrath of Fu Manchu, The  (DAW, 1973.)


Collection of otherwise unrelated stories including four short adventures involving Fu Manchu.




Hadrian the Seventh  (Chatto & Windus, 1904, Knopf, 1925, Penguin, 1963, Ballantine, 1969.)


                Marginal novel about a future Pope who decides that the Church must give up its wealth and dispense it to the needy.  Unfortunately, other high officials of the hierarchy are not so willing to surrender the power that goes along with the wealth.


ROLLINS, JAMES  (Pseudonym of James Czajkowski, who writes fantasy as James Clemens. Also writes Horror.)


Altar of Eden (Morrow, 2010.)


An illegal bioweapons operation creates primitive but vaguely telepathic animals.


Amazonia  (Harper, 2002.)


                An expedition seeking the secret of limb regeneration battles mutated animals, a rival group, a saboteur, and a tribe that has become biologically enslaved by a prehistoric tree.


Black Order  (Morrow, 2006, Orion, 2007.)


Sigma #3.


                Battle for control of a quantum device that can control human evolution.


Bone Labyrinth, The (Morrow, 2015.)


A Sigma Force novel.


Genetic engineering and a secret history.


Deep Fathom  (Harper, 2001.)


                A series of earthquakes raises part of a ruined city from beneath the ocean.  The President's plane crashes in the Pacific and recovery operations discover a giant crystal that can alter the passage of time.  The new President launches a nuclear strike against China.  Is the end of the world at hand?


Demon Crown, The  (Morrow, 2017.)


A Sigma Force novel.


A swarm of prehistoric wasps menaces the world.


Devil Colony, The  (Morrow, 2011.)


Sigma #7.


Ancient nanotechnology endangers the world.


Eye of God, The  (Morrow, 2013.)


Sigma #8.


Dark energy forecasts the possible end of the world.


Doomsday Key, The  (Morrow, 2009.)


Sigma #6.


Ancient clues lead to the revelation of a new plague.


Excavation  (Harper, 2000.)


                Archaeologists discover an ancient Inca temple in Peru which hides a cave system inhabited by troglodytic creatures as well as a metallic substance that turns out to be alien nanotechnology guarded by a tribe of immortal Incan warriors.


Ice Hunt  (Morrow, 2003.)


                Russian and American military units battle over control of a lost scientific base in the Arctic where experiments in suspended animation were performed, and where a species of prehistoric, walking killer whales has survived.


Judas Strain, The  (Morrow, 2007.)


Sigma #4.


Clandestine operatives battle a secret society while an ancient plague threatens humanity.


Last Oracle, The  (Morrow, 2008.)


Sigma #5.


A sinister group uses bioengineering to create child savants.


Map of Bones  (Morrow, 2005.)


Sigma #2.


                The theft of holy relics from the Church leads to a violent battle for the secret of a centuries old group of alchemists who have discovered an unsuspected field of science.


Sandstorm  (Morrow, 2004.)


Sigma #1.


                Fast paced thriller about the search for a buried city in Oman which may hold the secret of antimatter.


Sixth Extinction, The (Morrow, 2014.)


Sigma #10.


An evil environmentalist tries to release aggressive lifeforms from a habitat under Antarctica.


Subterranean  (Avon, 1999.)


                An expedition into a cavern system under Antarctica discovers a lost civilization descended from marsupials.  They also encounter a variety of monsters, and must deal with one of their number who is actually a saboteur.




Lost in Translation  (Nyx, 2007.)


A man who can translate all languages gets involved in an alien invasion.




Something in Mind  (Hale, 1973.)


                Not seen.




Extreme Paranoia:  Nobody Knows the Trouble Iíve Shot  (West End, 1991.)


                A plot against the Master Programmer in an implausible post-collapse society.  A broad satire about a world administered by computers.




Doom  (BP, 2000.)


An X-Men novel.


                The X-Men return from an alternate dimension to discover that Doctor Doom now rules the world, apparently with the help of many superheroes.  Magneto, however, still wants to take control himself, putting the superpowered mutants in the middle of a multi-sided war.


Magneto  (BP, 2002)


An X-Men novel.


                Magneto now has control of an artifact which could spell the end for humanity.




Skies of Venus (ERB, 2022.)


A pastiche of the Venus novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs.




Flight from Time One  (Walker, 1972.)


                Psi powers involving astral projection.




Moon Conquerors, The (Armchair, 2022. Magazine appearance 1929.)


The inhabitants of the moon quarrel with Earth.


ROME, DAVID  (Pseudonym of David Boutland.)


Squat  (?, 1965.)


                Not seen.


ROMILUS, ARN  (House pseudonym.)


Beyond Geo  (Curtis, 1953.)  (Brian Holloway.)


                An expedition finds three planets beyond the orbit of Pluto.


Brain Paleo  (Curtis, 1953.)  (Dennis Talbot Hughes.)


                A group of scientists develop telepathy and battle creatures from another dimension.


Organic Destiny  (Curtis, 1954.)  (Dennis Talbot Hughes.)


                An inventor develops a three dimensional television that allows him to communicate across interstellar distances.




Our Man in Space  (Ace, 1965, bound with Ultimatum in 2050 A.D. by Jack Sharkey.)


                An actor is hired to impersonate a recently eliminated interstellar spy.  As he attempts to perform his assignment, he discovers he has been doublecrossed by the people who hired him and he is actually on a suicide mission.




Immortal, The  (Nelson, 1993.)


                When a man's personality is transferred into an artificial body, he theoretically has become immortal.  But his friends notice changes in the way he interacts that imply something went wrong with the process.




Hurt Go Happy  (Tor, 2006.)


                Marginal story about a deaf girl's bonding with a chimp.




Balling Machine, The  (Raunchy, 1981, bound with The Sex Machine by Burroughs Lacey.)


                Futuristic pornography.




Maniacís Dream, The  (Duckworth, 1946.)


                A nuclear war kills just about everyone.


Night of the World, The  (Duckworth, 1944.)


                People from various times are gathered together.




Out There  (Rutledge, 2001.)


                Giant corporations rule the solar system, but one of their new spacemen has stumbled into a series of conspiracies that could destabilize the entire government.


ROSE, KAREN   (See L.A. Graf.)


ROSE, LAWRENCE F.  (Pseudonym of John Russell Fearn, whom see.)


Hell Fruit, The  (Pearson, 1953.)


                An interplanetary adventurer foils a plot by Venusians to send addictive fruit to Earth.




Algebra of Ice, The  (BBC, 2004.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The Doctor investigates crop circles.


Camera Obscura  (BBC, 2002.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The Doctor travels through time in a confrontation with an old adversary.


City of the Dead, The  (BBC, 2001.)


A Doctor Who novel.


                The Doctor is trying to investigate a murder in contemporary New Orleans, one possibly linked to a mysterious tidal wave and the disappearance of several arcane artifacts.  But a disembodied, sentient blob of nothingness is pursuing him.




Framed  (Kingfisher, 2005.)


Traces #1.


                Young adult mystery about a teen investigator and his robot companion.


Lost Bullet  (Kingfisher, 2005.)


Traces #2.


                A teen and a robot track down a serial killer.




All Men of Genius  (Tor, 2011.)


A woman tries to penetrate a man's world in a steampunk alternate history.


Depth (Regan Arts, 2015.)


A detective finds herself in trouble in an underwater future New York.




Chains of Freedom  (Meisha Merlin, ?.)


                Not seen.


Queen of Denial  (Meisha Merlin, 1999.)


                A tough space pilot is hired to transport a planetary queen to her husband, but the queen is suffering an odd form of amnesia, and the pilot never much cared for royalty anyway.


Strange Robby  (Meisha Merlin, 2006.)


                Policemen deal with a teenaged vigilante with psi powers.




Moebius Seed, The  (Stillpoint, 1985.)


                Various government experiments intertwine with conspiracies and the revelation that some people are developing genuine supernormal abilities.




Beyond Cool  (Berkley, 2007.)


                A teenager is awakened from suspended animation in a very changed future.




Emile and the Dutchman  (Signet, 1985.)


                An unlikely crew of interstellar explorers is sent on a mission which brings them into conduct with a race of belligerent aliens who discover that humans are a lot tougher than they appear to be.


Hero  (Roc, 1990.)


Metzadan Mercenary Corps #2.


                A man who acted as a coward under fire must be sent back into battle on a war torn world in order to expunge his old sins and restore the family's honor.


Last Jihad, The  (Forge, 2003.)


                The discovery that Iraq has nuclear weapons leads to an international crisis in this marginal thriller.


Not for Glory  (NAL, 1988, Signet, 1989.)


Metzadan Mercenary Corps #1.


                A soldier whose record was crowded by rumors that he had sold out to the enemy is disgraced, but he is called back to service when a new alien menace rises to threaten his people.  He then has a series of military successes which alter the course of the war.


Ties of Blood and Silver  (Signet, 1984.)


                A human and an alien find their destinies intertwined as each seeks to win a fortune on a strange world orbiting another star.


ROSENBERGER, JOSEPH  (Most of the Death Merchant series are not SF, and those titles are not listed.)


Albanian Connection, The  (Pinnacle, 1973.)


Death Merchant #6.


                Marginal piece about neo-Nazis threatening to use nuclear weapons in Albania unless they are returned to power in Germany.


Apocalypse U.S.A.!  (Pinnacle, 1983.)


Death Merchant #54.


                Libyan agents plot to release a new nerve gas in America.  Marginal.


Armageddon, USA!  (Pinnacle, 1976.)


Death Merchant #19.


                Right wing terrorists have planted nuclear weapons in three US cities, and a tough secret agent must identify those responsible and neutralize the weapons before they are detonated.


Atlantean Horror, The  (Pinnacle, 1985.)


Death Merchant #64.


                The Soviets have discovered the lost city of Atlantis in the Antarctic and are harvesting supertechnology from the ruins, so a crack US agent is sent in to prevent them from gaining the advantage.


Bermuda Triangle Action, The  (Pinnacle, 1980.)


Death Merchant #37.


                Marginal thriller about a secret underwater Russian base near the Bermuda Triangle.


Billionaire Mission  (Pinnacle, 1974.)


Death Merchant #8.


                A very rich religious fanatic decides that he is the servant of Satan, destined to be one of the few to survive the end of the world.  To that end, he launches a series of attacks on world leaders designed to precipitate a nuclear war.


Blueprint Invisibility  (Pinnacle, 1980.)


Death Merchant #40.


                The US government secretly discovered the secret of invisibility, but it was dangerous and they suppressed it.  Now there is reason to believe that the Soviets may have stolen the knowledge, and a first rate spy is sent to prevent them from making use of it.


Budapest Action, The  (Pinnacle, 1977.)


Death Merchant #23.


                Marginal thriller about yet another superweapon, this one a powerful hallucinogenic gas that could reduce the enemy to chaos.


Burning Blue Death, The  (Pinnacle, 1980.)


Death Merchant #38.


                Someone has found a way to induce spontaneous human combustion.


Chinese Conspiracy  (Pinnacle, 1973.)


Death Merchant #4.


                Marginal thriller about a Chinese plot to destroy the US space program.


Cobra Chase, The  (Dell, 1986.)


Death Merchant #66.


                Marginal.  The Soviets plot to release a new plague in America.


Cosmic Reality Kill, The  (Pinnacle, 1979.)


Death Merchant #36.


                Marginal thriller about a religious cult that threatens the stability of the US.


Escape from Gulag Taria  (Dell, 1986.)


Death Merchant #67.


                Marginal story about a Soviet scientist who develops a revolutionary new method of weather control, but who wants to defect to the West.


Fatal Formula  (Pinnacle, 1978.)


Death Merchant #29.


                Yet another story of a new plague developed as a weapon to destroy the free world.


Fourth Reich, The  (Pinnacle, 1980.)


Death Merchant #39.


                Another story of Nazis trying to regain power by precipitating a war through nuclear sabotage.


Hellbomb Theft, The  (Pinnacle, 1982.)


Death Merchant #50.


                Marginal story of the theft of two pocket sized nuclear weapons by agents of Libya.


Invasion of the Clones  (Pinnacle, 1976.)


Death Merchant #16.


                A superspy is captured by a mad scientist who has developed a cloning technique.  Using the Death Merchant's cells, he plans to grow an army capable of conquering an African nation.


Island of the Damned  (Pinnacle, 1981.)


Death Merchant #44.


                Soviet scientists have developed a device that can not only read the minds of the living but also pick up memories from the dead.


Judas Scrolls, The  (Pinnacle, 1982.)


Death Merchant #53.


                Archaeologists discover a cache of scrolls written by Judas Iscariot and find therein a secret which could shatter modern religion.


Laser War, The  (Pinnacle, 1974.)


Death Merchant #9.


                Marginal thriller about the revelation that the Germans had developed a super laser just prior to the end of the war.  A prototype survives and is sought after by various intelligence services.


Massacre in Rome  ( Pinnacle, 1979.)


Death Merchant #35.


                A genuine psychic attracts the interest of American and Soviet agents.


Mato Grosso Horror, The (Pinnacle, 1975)


Death Merchant #13.


Nazis created mutants in the Brazilian jungle.


Methuselah Factor, The  (Pinnacle, 1984.)


Death Merchant #60.


                The Death Merchant battles Russian agents to control a man who has discovered what amounts to a formula for near immortality.


Operation Mind-Murder  (Pinnacle, 1979.)


Death Merchant #34.


                Americans use a new stealth technology to infiltrate and destroy a secret Soviet installation near the North Pole.


Operation Overkill  (Pinnacle, 1972.)


Death Merchant #2.


                A neo-Nazi group has infiltrated the highest levels of American government agencies, and now they are planning to assassinate the President and Vice-President and quietly seize control of the country.


Operation Skyhook  (Pinnacle, 1981.)


Death Merchant #47.


                A Soviet laser armed super satellite crashes in the jungles of Indonesia and an American agent must battle Russians and Indonesians to steal the technology.


Pole Star Secret, The  (Pinnacle, 1977.)


Death Merchant #21.


                Rumor has it that the Soviets have built a secret base in the Arctic from which they hope to alter the tilt of the planet and destroy the US.  In actuality, the Russians have discovered an ancient alien installation with advanced technology.


Psionics War, The  (Pinnacle, 1982.)


Death Merchant #48.


                American scientists develop a device that can control minds from a distance, but it is stolen by Soviet agents.


Psychotron Plot, The  (Pinnacle, 1982.)


Death Merchant #3.


                The Russians have developed a new weapon that interferes with brainwaves and can destroy a man's personality by remote control.


Rim of Fire Conspiracy, The  (Pinnacle, 1981.)


Death Merchant #45.


                US intelligence discovers that the Soviets have placed nuclear weapons on the ocean floor near a fault line in a plot to destroy much of North America.


Satan Strike  (Pinnacle, 1973.)


Death Merchant #5.


                A Central American dictator develops a new virus and plans to release a plague that will cause the US and the Soviet Union to blame each other and launch a nuclear war.


Soul Search Project, The  (Pinnacle, 1985.)


Death Merchant #62.


                Marginal thriller about a man whose invention may make it possible to communicate with the dead.


Vengeance of the Golden Hawk  (Pinnacle, 1976.)


Death Merchant #14.


                Marginal thriller about an Arab terrorist organization which threatens to use a nuclear weapon against Israel.


Zemlya Expedition, The  (Pinnacle, 1976.)


Death Merchant #17.


                The Death Merchant is sent to infiltrate an experiment Russian undersea city and discover what plots are being hatched therein.




City 1 (Harper, 2015.)


Revolution #3.




Fugitive X (Harper, 2014.)


Revolution #2.


Robots take over the world.


Revolution 19 (Harper, 2013.)


Revolution #1.


The robots revolt.




Chimera  (Del Rey, 1993.)


                An unlikely couple are caught up in a web of murder and intrigue involving the world of virtual reality, and must discover the secrets of their own past in order to solve the problems of the present.


Drylands, The  (Del Rey, 1993.)


                A major drought has wreaked havoc in North America.  Water pipelines are being constructed, but someone is sabotaging them.  A woman who conceals her telepathic powers knows that the prime suspects are being framed, but cannot help them without revealing her secret.


Horizons  (Tor, 2006.)


                An empath searches for her brotherís killer in an orbiting habitat.


Stone Garden, The  (Del Rey, 1994.)


                Miners in the asteroid belt find strange stones which can be sculpted into works of art that somehow reflect human emotions.  Then someone starts murdering prominent sculptors, and one of those left alive sets out to find out who is responsible, and why.


Synthesis and Other Virtual Realities  (Arkham House, 1996.)


                Collection of sometimes related stories connected to the novel The Drylands.


Water Rites  (Fairwood, 2007.)


                Collection of unrelated stories, including the novel The Drylands.




Beyond Those Distant Stars  (NovelBooks, 2003.)


                A cyborged human has a unique chance to change the balance of power in an interstellar war.


ROSENTHAL, MONROE  (See collaboration with Donald Munson.)




Level 7  (McGraw Hill, 1959, Heinemann, 1959, Signet, 1961, Ace UK, 1961, Lawrence Hill, 1989.)


                Claustrophobic story of a military officer in one of the command bunkers who is forced to launch weapons during a nuclear exchange.


Small Armageddon, A  (Heinemann, 1962, Four Square, 1966, Signet, 1976.)


                A rogue submarine commander threatens to attack an American city, and a religious fanatic and his followers seize a nuclear weapons arsenal, setting the stage for a decidedly unusual nuclear confrontation.




Left On!  (Quadrangle, 1973.)


                Political satire about what happened when Nixon was defeated in his bid for the Presidency.




Giant Cat, The.  (See Quest of the Dawn Man.)