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Josepha Sherman
[Cover]
Art: Dru Blair
Vulcan's Heart (Vulcan's Forge, Book 2)
& Susan Shwartz
Pocket (hardcover, 378 pages, $23/$34 Can)
Publication date: July 13, 1999

The first volume in the series, Vulcan's Forge, was a popular novel of Spock and Vulcan. All it was missing was Romulans. That egregious error is fixed in Vulcan's Heart. "2329: Now a diplomat for the United Federation of Planets, Spock agrees to a bonding with Commander Saavik. More than a betrothal, less than a wedding, the sacred Vulcan rite is attended by both Spock's father, Sarek, and a nervous young Starfleet lieutenant named Jean-Luc Picard. 2344: Ambassador Spock receives a top-secret communication from the heart of the Romulan Empire. Decades before, Spock had met and betrayed an honorable Romulan commander during the so-called "Enterprise incident." Now she needs his help to prevent a catastrophe that could threaten the peace of the entire quadrant. Spock risks everything by traveling incognito to Romulus itself, but his covert mission becomes even more perilous when both Saavik and Picard cross the Neutral Zone in search of him. Enmeshed in the treacherous political intrigues of the Romulan capital, undone by a fire that grows ever hotter within his blood, Spock must use all his logic and experience to survive a crisis that will ultimately determine the fate of empires."
Vulcan's Forge Review by Alexander von Thorn
[Cover] Highlander: The Captive Soul (Highlander, Book 8)
Warner Aspect (paperback, 216 pages, $5.95 US)
Publication date: August 1, 1998

"Duncan MacLeod and his friend Methos notice a particular sword on display in a New York City museum. Methos recognizes the weapon from his days in ancient Egypt when he attempted to free that conquered nation from a cruel Hyksos king. Learning of a series of bizarre ritualistic murders in the present, Methos suspects Khyan has come to claim the mysterious sword, and it's up to Methos to stop a madman more powerful than any Immortal." From the author of Son of Darkness and the Prince of the Sidhe series.
[Cover] Son of Darkness
Roc paperback
The author of the Prince of the Sidhe series and the novel Gleaming Bright arrives with a new work of urban fantasy. As curator of the Mesopotamian wing of the American Museum of Art in New York City, Denise Sheridan has seen many unusual things. Certainly near the top of the list is Ilarion Highborn, prestigious art gallery owner, Dark Elf, and rightful ruler of the Unselkie Court, the dark side of Fairie. Unable to remain in a world filled with darkness, Ilarion fled from his heritage to become a willing exile, and even now struggles to keep his evil nature at bay. Now, together with Denise, he will have to stop a Sumerian demon from destroying the city of Manhattan.
[Cover] Star Trek: Vulcan's Forge
& Susan Shwartz
Pocket hard cover
It is a year after the death of Captain James T. Kirk. Captain Spock, commanding the science ship Intrepid II, and still in mourning for his friend, finds he must come to the aid of David Rabin, a man he teamed with decades ago to fight an attempted coup on Vulcan. Now a Starfleet officer, Captain Rabin is assigned to a harsh desert world where the Federation is determined to protect the lives of the inhabitants. But Rabin's efforts are being sabotaged. While reflecting on his youthful adventure with David, Spock joins with him to face and enemy out of their past and confront deadly Romulan treachery.
Lammas Night
editor
Baen paperback
Conceived by Mercedes Lackey, this 20 story collection in celebration of (you guessed it) Lammas Night (only seven months too late...or too early, you never know), includes authors Ellen Guon, S.M. and Jan Stirling plus the editor and the creator themselves.
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