Hopefully the descriptions will be enticing enough to pique someone's interest.
|DUE AUGUST 03||
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 29||
COME TO THE LORD|
An alien overlord has come to the planet and brings with him a stable and harmonious government for the entire planet. Things could not be rosier, huh? Except that a closer evaluation finds that certain elements do not seem to jibe with the marketing shtick. Under practically total surveillance, how can a revolution even begin to form?
|DUE JULY 27||
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 21||
THE NEXT TIME I DIE|
Carlos Fuentes first novel deals with a networking project to bring all those who have "nine lives" together.
|DUE JULY 06||
THE COMPANY TOWN|
Carson Merrick digs up more wizards in the Wild, Wild, West.
|DUE AUGUST 17||
FEAST OF FOOLS|
Forrest Sherwood continues the rollicking tale of Robert the Fool of Edward I.
|DUE SEPTEMBER 28||
Dallas Janst's first triptych includes three tales of teenagers with strange abilities and their coming to grips with them.
|DUE JULY 13||
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 24||
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 07||
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 JULY 20||
Horton Hepplewhite treats us to a world where discarded robots struggle with identity crises.
|DUE JULY 27||
RETURN OF THE REDUNDANT RODENT|
Ralph Thomas treats us once again to the seething matter we've been assured is his brain.