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Margaret Weis
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John Howe
Dark Heart (Dragon's Disciple, Book 1)
and David Baldwin
HarperPrism (reprint, paperback, 433 pages, $5.99/$7.99 Can)
Publication date: June, 1999 (First Edition: 1998)

The start of a new contemporary fantasy series from Weis (co-author of The DragonLance Trilogy) and Baldwin. "Someone, or something, is ripping the hearts from living men. Justinian, Lord Sterling, has lived for centuries, serving an ancient entity known only as the Dragon. Immortality is Justin's reward. But to keep it, he must keep killing. Lt. Sandra McCormick is a dedicated cop, a loner whose job is her refuge from a twisted past. But to keep it, she must stop the killing. Two loners, each stalking the other. Each destined to be the other's savior -- and downfall. For love, unexpected, unstoppable, draws them together. And love is the one vice the Dragon will not allow..."
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Richard Bober
Fantastic Alice
editor
Ace (reprint, paperback, 287 pages, $5.99/$7.99 Can)
Publication date: June 1, 1999 (First Edition: December, 1995)

In 1995 Margaret Weis, bestselling co-author of Fire Sea and The DragonLance Chronicles compiled a collection of original adventures featuring Lewis Carroll's Alice. Now out of Wonderland, Alice is taken on journeys beyond imagination to different eras and different worlds, by a talented group of fantasy's top authors, including Esther M. Friesner, Roger Zelazny, Jody Lynn Nye, Lawrence Watt-Evans, Bruce Holland Rogers, Lawrence Schimel, Gary A. Braunbeck, Peter Crowther, Mickey Zucker Reichert, Lisa Mason, Robin Wayne Bailey, and more.
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Jean-Francois Podevin
Legends (Tales from the Eternal Archives, Number 1)
editor
DAW (paperback, 312 pages, $6.99/$8.99 Can)
Publication date: January 1, 1999

Margaret Weis, co-author of the DragonLance Chronicles and editor of A Magic-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic, teams up with Martin Greenberg's Tekno Publishing Group to bring you the first volume in a new anthology series which explores the greatest Legends of antiquity... including Kubla Kahn, the great Pharaohs of Egypt, and even St. Nicholas. Contributors this time around are Ed Gorman, Josepha Sherman, Jane M. Lindskold, Dennis L. McKiernan, Katherine Kurtz, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and many others.
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Hung Out (Mag Force 7, Volume 3)
and Don Perrin
Roc (paperback, 400 pages, $6.99 US)
Publication date: August, 1998

Third SF adventure from the team that brought us The Knights of the Black Earth and Robot Blues. "When their cyborg leader, Xris, is jailed on a trumped-up charge of murder, the Mag Force 7 team realizes that they've become pawns in a treacherous game. At the core of the conspiracy is the ultra-secret Hung Syndicate, the most savage and corrupt criminal organization in the history of the galaxy. The Syndicate has big plans for planet Del Sol, but they've made one big mistake: leaving Xris and his crew alive to smash and blast their way to the truth."
[Cover] A Magic-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic
editor
Tor trade paper
"In many worlds, the rules of magic are as serious as the principles of quantum physics. In this extraordinary collection Orson Scott Card, Robert Silverberg, Melanie Rawn, Joe Haldeman, Raymond E. Feist, C.J. Cherryh, Andre Norton, Mercedes Lackey, Ray Bradbury, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Greg Bear, and Christopher Stasheff and many others take readers on 20 wonder-filled journeys, revealing the power of magic in many different realities." "A well-chosen, pleasingly varied assemblage that deftly avoids both the overly familiar and the tediously obscure." -- Kirkus Reviews
[Cover] Legacy of the Darksword (The Darksword, Vol. IV)
Tracy Hickman
Bantam Spectra paperback
The Darksword trilogy obsoletes its name with the arrival of a fourth book (were we surprised? I think not). This one takes place after the destruction of the Darksword, when magic has been wiped out by the rise of technology. "Twenty years ago, the magical land of Thimhallan was destroyed with the forging of the Darksword, leaving a small group of survivors exiled on Earth. Only Joram, who created the Darksword, remained behind in the shattered land. But another catastrophe beckons, as an alien race plans to annihilate the remaining colonists. But Joram has forged another Darksword, and Earth's leaders see it as their only salvation. And it is up to Saryon, an old friend of Joram's, to put the sword in safe hands and possibly save the planet."

Legacy of the Darksword
and Tracy Hickman
Bantam Spectra hard cover
The fifth and final book in the The Darksword series. As an alien race threatens mankind with annihilation, Earth's leaders look to Joram for another Darksword.
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Treasures of Fantasy
and Tracy Hickman, editors
Harperprism trade paper
The authors of The Dragonlance Chronicles and The Darksword series unite again to bring us a fantasy anthology featuring work from Orson Scott Card, Anne McCaffrey, Ray Bradbury, Marion Zimmer Bradley, and others.
DragonLance: The Dragons of Chaos
& Tracy Hickman, editors
TSR
A new short story anthology which features "brave heroes, dark villains, differing races, and all varieties of dragons from TSR's most popular fantasy world: Krynn. This volume highlights familiar and beloved characters and fills in some intriguing gaps of lost history in the DRAGONLANCE(R) Saga." A TSR Classics Anthology which follows The Dragons of Krynn and The Dragons at War.
Starshield: Sentinals
& Tracy Hickman
SFBC
See what Del Rey said about the book when they released in it November.
[Dragonlance] Dragons of Summer Flame
& Tracy Hickman
TSR
From where it all began, authors Weis and Hickman bring the circle round to summer--a direct sequel to the best-selling Dragonlance Chronicles.
The Doom Brigade
& Don Perrin
TSR
From one-half of the team behind the original Dragonlance saga, and his new collaborator, comes the first full length story of the draconian engineer corps and their exploits following the War of The Lance.
[Cover] DragonLance: The Dragons at War
& Tracy Hickman, editors
TSR
It's a follow-up collection to The Dragons of Krynn.
[Cover] The Knights of the Black Earth
& Don Perrin
Roc paperback
Despite reversing the cover of the hard cover, this was one terrific read.
[Cover] The Seventh Gate
& Tracy Hickman
Bantam Spectra hard cover
Here is the seventh and concluding volume of The Death Gate Cycle.
[Cover] Testament of Dragon
HarperPrism
The full title is Margaret Weis' Testament of the Dragon: An Illustrated Novel, a "wondrous tale of dragons, sorcery, and the human spirit in a uniquely magical, fully illustrated volume."
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