Hopefully the descriptions will be enticing enough to pique someone's interest.
|DUE JUNE 01||
YOUNG WIZARD ON THE RUN|
Norman X. Scozzafova continues his series about the life and times of the Young Wizard.
|DUE JUNE 08||
Finally, a volume where the slightly unrepentant math savants do not have to battle against the Emperor of the Galaxy. Once again, however, politics seeks out Tervan and his group an distracts them from getting on with their further researches into the amazing new math they have been developing. And though the trouble is not with an Emperor, the escapee is the former Emperor they ousted in volume one. And this guy wants to start trouble. But Tervan is aided by a new ally, but one that he does have that much faith in. Can he really trust his brother-in-law?
|DUE JULY 13||
CULT OF THE BLACK LOTUS|
Mr. Scozzafova, seemingly unhampered by doing the Young Wizard Series, begins a new series with this volume. The black lotus is a very rare plant and its medicinal properties are legion. But then its psychotropic uses makes it prone to being controlled by certain people who want to reap a fortune. Muldaur doesn't care about any of that, she just wants revenge on the drug lords who killed her parents.
|DUE JULY 27||
COME TO THE LORD|
Volk Presmaren calls this tale "science fantasy". The U. S. Army has discovered the realm of Satan is actually a parallel universe, and the demons have discovered a way to keep the door open on a more permanent basis.
|DUE AUGUST 17||
A WASTE OF TIME|
Ralph A. Thomas' next science fiction novel proves that he cannot seem to leave time travel alone. And neither can this visitor from the future.
|DUE SEPTEMBER 14||
THE NEXT TIME I DIE|
Carlos Fuentes first novel deals with a networking project to bring all those who have "nine lives" together.
|DUE JUNE 15||
THE COMPANY TOWN|
Carson Merrick digs up more wizards in the Wild, Wild, West.
|DUE JULY 20||
FEAST OF FOOLS|
Forrest Sherwood continues the rollicking tale of Robert the Fool of Edward I.
|DUE MAY 25||
HEROES OF BEDLAM|
Gretchen Dinwiddie's first novel examines the short tenure of the first female psychiatrist to be employed and Bedlam Hospital.
|DUE SEPTEMBER 21||
Dallas Janst's first triptych includes three tales of teenagers with strange abilities and their coming to grips with them.
|DUE JUNE 22||
EIGHTEEN PAGES MORE|
Fenway Braxton's sequel to his earlier book on the assassination of Lincoln and the return of John Wilkes Booth to try and figure out what really happened in April 1865.
|DUE AUGUST 10||
FAILURE IS NEVER AN OPTION|
Volk Presmaren reprises the roles of Erik Petterson and General Ironguts Strittmatter in this first adventure after their Assault on Hell.
|DUE SEPTEMBER 28||
In his first rather chilling novel, Gerald Reich treats us to the occurrence in a town in colonial New York where a bizarre death re-opens the fears of witchcraft.
|DUE AUGUST 24||
WHO LET LOOSE WITH THE GREENHOUSE GASES?|
Carlton Welsh regales us with his lively take on the "climate crisis" that has gripped the mind of consensusites around the world.
|DUE JUNE 29||
Horton Hepplewhite treats us to a world where discarded robots struggle with identity crises.
|DUE JULY 06||
RETURN OF THE REDUNDANT RODENT|
Ralph Thomas treats us once again to the seething matter we've been assured is his brain.