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    Strong Brown God by Kari Sperring (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, November 2014, £8.00, 14pp, ph, cover by David A. Hardy) [Novacon Booklets]
        Reprint short story issued to coincide with Sperring’s Guest of Honour appearance at Novacon 44.
    Details taken from online listing.




    A Tyranny of Petticoats: 15 Stories of Belles, Bank Robbers & Other Badass Girls ed. Jessica Spotswood (Candlewick Press, March 2016, 978-0-7636-7848-7, $17.99, xii+354pp, hc, cover by James Weinberg)
        Associational young-adult original anthology of 15 stories, some with fantasy elements, featuring “badass” girls from belles to pirates, through American history. Authors include Marie Lu, Marissa Meyer, and Elizabeth Wein. Each story is followed by an author’s note discussing why they wrote it.
    Details taken from online listing.




    Fire Warrior by Si Spurrier (Black Library, September 2003, 1-84416-010-6, £6.99, 408pp, pb, cover by Karl & Stefan Kopinski) [Warhammer 40,000]
        Future war novel set in the “Warhammer 40,000” universe. This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $7.99.


    Lord of the Night by Simon Spurrier (Black Library, January 13, 2005, 1-84416-157-9, £6.99, 412pp, pb, cover by Scott Johnson) [Warhammer 40,000]
        Novelization based on the roleplaying game. This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $7.99.


    Strontium Dog: Prophet Margin by Simon Spurrier (Black Flame US, January 2005, 1-84416-134-X, $6.99, 252pp, pb, cover by Dylan Teague) [Strontium Dog]
        Novelization based on the world of the comics. Copyrighted by Rebellion A/S.












    Frankenstein and the Vampire Countess by Brian Stableford (Black Coat Press, November 27, 2009, 1-934543-89-6, $20.95, 256pp, tp) [The Empire of the Necromancers]
        Alternate history horror fix-up novel, the second volume in The Empire of the Necromancers series set in a world where the works of Féval, Mary Shelley, Alexandre Dumas, and others are real; the two sections previously appeared in Tales of the Shadowmen volumes four and five.
    Details taken from online listing.


    Frankenstein in London by Brian Stableford (Black Coat Press, December 27, 2010, 978-1-935558-78-1, $20.95, 248pp, tp) [The Empire of the Necromancers]
        SF novel, the third book in The Empire of the Necromancers series mixing characters from Mary Shelley, Paul Féval, Alexandre Dumas, and others.
    Details taken from online listing.


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