Planeswalker Lynn Abbey  
More Details

Urza Triumphant.

The war between Urza and Mishra is over. Brooding on the death of his brother at the hands of extraplanar forces, Urza drifts among the planes.

But the end of the Brother's War has transformed him into something greater. Deep within his heart, a spark has been kindled to a flame that cannot be quenched.

Urza has become a planeswalker.

Do Unto Others Jeff Abbott  
More Details

Jordan Poteet has left the big city to work as a librarian in his hometown of Mirabeau, Texas. But his dream of the quiet life is shattered when he locks horns with Miss Beta Harcher, the town's prize religious fanatic, in a battle over censorship. When Jordan finds her murdered body in the library, he becomes the prime suspect. And when the police find a cryptic list stashed next to her fanatical heart, it seems as if Beta Harcher has the whole town in a death grip . . .

Panic Jeff Abbott  
More Details

Psychopath Keith Ablow  
More Details

Having achieved celebrity status with his last case, forensic psychiatrist Frank Clevenger is tapped by the FBI to catch an elusive murderer known as the Highway Killer who has left twelve bodies strewn across twelve states. But the Highway Killer isn't just a serial killer - he's a psychiatrist whose brilliance as a doctor is matched only by his precision as a murderer. When he writes to a national newspaper challenging Clevenger to cure him through an exchange of open letters a gripping public therapy unfolds. With the Highway Killer's brutality reaching new heights as he confronts his mind's darkest demons, will Clevenger exorcise those demons before they spin completely out of control?

Triumff Dan Abnett  
More Details

Sir Rupert Triumff. Adventurer. Fighter. Drinker. Saviour? Pratchett goes swashbuckling in the hotly anticipated original fiction debut of the multi-million selling Warhammer star. Triumff is a ribald historical fantasy set in a warped clockwork-powered version of our present day ! a new Elizabethan age, not of Elizabeth II but in the style of the original Virgin Queen. Throughout its rollicking pages, Sir Rupert Triumff drinks, dines and duels his way into a new Brass Age of Exploration and Adventure. FILE UNDER: Fantasy [An Age of Alchemy / A Dashing Swordsman / The Queen Must Die]

Last of the Dixie Heroes Peter Abrahams  
More Details

Roy Hill married the girl of his dreams, dotes on his eleven-year-old son, and is next in line for a big promotion in the Atlanta office of a global corporation. Then, almost imperceptibly, it all starts to unravel. A chance encounter with a group of Civil War reenactors sends him down a new, devastating path where the lines between fantasy and reality will blur, blanks will be replaced by bullets, and a bloody history will live again. An extraordinary story about the fate of men and women no longer in step with the rhythms of the modern world, as they march back into Southern history to make things right, Last of the Dixie Heroes is an unforgettable novel of suspense.

House of Doctor Dee Peter Ackroyd  
More Details

This novel centres on the famous 16th-century alchemist and astrologer John Dee. Reputedly a black magician, he was imprisoned by Queen Mary for allegedly attempting to kill her through sorcery. When Matthew Palmer inherits an old house in Clerkenwell, he feels that he has become part of its past.

Sleeper Paul Adam  
More Details

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe Douglas Adams  
More Details

Facing annihilation at the hands of the warlike Vogons? Time for a cup of tea! Join the cosmically displaced Arthur Dent and his uncommon comrades in arms in their desperate search for a place to eat, as they hurtle across space powered by pure improbability.

Among Arthur’s motley shipmates are Ford Prefect, a long-time friend and expert contributer to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy; Zaphod Beeblebrox, the three-armed, two-headed ex-president of the galaxy; Tricia McMillan, a fellow Earth refugee who’s gone native (her name is Trillian now); and Marvin, the moody android. Their destination? The ultimate hot spot for an evening of apocalyptic entertainment and fine dining, where the food speaks for itself (literally).

Will they make it? The answer: hard to say. But bear in mind that The Hitchhiker’s Guide deleted the term “Future Perfect” from its pages, since it was discovered not to be!

Angel Gateway Jane Adams  
More Details

After a bomb attack Sergeant Ray Flowers moves to his late aunt's cottage to contemplate the future. Old diaries refer to a visitor called Kitty - but Ray learns that she was tried as a witch in 1643, and like him, bore facial scars. He pieces together her life, and finds his own part in it.

Fugitive From the Cubicle Police Dilbert Scott Adams  
More Details

A cartoon book featuring the character Dilbert and the ups and downs of life in and out of the office, from clueless management decrees to near-revolts among the cubicle dwellers. When the cubicle police outlaw plastic plants lest they attract dumb bugs, Dilbert makes a rebellious stand.