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Christopher Stasheff
Art: Tim Barrall
The Spell-Bound Scholar (Heirs to the Warlock, #4)
Ace (paperback, 296 pages, $6.99/$8.99 Can)
Publication date: August, 1999

Christopher Stasheff's Warlock series -- which began with The Warlock in Spite of Himself -- encompasses a dozen books and spawned a follow-up saga, Heirs to the Warlock. This is the fourth volume in the latter series, the first new Warlock novel in years. "The adventures of the Gallowglass family continue with the youngest son, Gregory. This most eligible bachelor with a true heart is an ultimate challenge for the family's nemesis, Moraga. Through her spells, she will bring him under her power."
[Cover] A Wizard in Midgard (Rogue Wizard, Number 6)
Tor hard cover
Sixth volume in the Rogue Wizard series from Stasheff, author of The Warlock in Spite of Himself and The Star Stone series. The exploits of Magnus Gallowglass, aka Gar Pike, this time bring him to a planet whose civilization is based on Norse mythology. Through accidents and wars its population has become divided into Midgarders, Jotunheim giants, and Niebelheim dwarves. Magnus deals with the latter two with his usual wit and ingenuity, but the Midgarders prove to require a more political touch...
Stephen Hickman
The Warlock in Spite of Himself (Warlock Series, Volume One)
Ace (reprint, trade paperback, 374 pages, $13 US/$19 CAN)
Publication date: September 1, 1998 (First Printing: 1969)

When Stasheff's classic The Warlock in Spite of Himself first appeared almost three decades ago, few could have predicted that this unusual novel -- one of the first to successfully mix SF and Fantasy -- would launch a series of over a dozen books, including two spin-offs, Heirs of the Warlock and The Wandering Wizard. Now Ace presents a special collector's edition, with cover art by Stephen Hickman and a new introduction by the author.
A Wizard in Peace
Tor paperback
Fourth novel in the light-hearted Rogue Wizard chronicles, following A Wizard in Mind and A Wizard in War. If you're looking to get away from all that heavy doom-n-gloom in your escape literature, look no further than Stasheff.
The Star Stone: The Sage
Del Rey hard cover
The sequel to The Shaman, this volume continues the dark series from the author of the Warlock books.
[Cover] A Wizard In War
Tor paperback
This is the third chronicle of the Rogue Wizard, Rod Gallowglass's (A Warlock In Spite of Himself) wayward son.
[Cover] The Star Stone
Del Rey paperback
Here's volume one of The Shaman, usual Stasheff high fantasy.
[Cover] A Wizard In Mind
Tor paperback
The First Chronicle of Magnus, son of Rod Gallowglass (of The Warlock In Spite of Himself fame), a hard cover reprint, joins volume two which was reprinted in paperback when the HC came out. Pretty weird, eh?
[Cover] The Secular Wizard
Del Rey paperback
How about volume 4 of the Wizard in Rhyme series?

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