Lawrence Watt-Evans is the award-winning author of over forty novels and more than a hundred short stories in the fields of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. He lives in Takoma Park, Maryland with his wife and an overweight cat.
Young adventurer Tom Derringer was accused of belonging to Gabriel Trask's cabal of spies and assassins -- but Tom had never heard of Gabriel Trask. To find out who Gabriel Trask is, and whether he really commands spies and assassins, Tom sets out across the continent seeking the truth.
In 1882, young adventurer Tom Derringer set out in pursuit of a mysterious flying object -- and he and his plucky companion Betsy Vanderhart found themselves pursuing a would-be conqueror through the skies and jungles of Mexico...
Art Dunham had worked in his father's small-town theater all his life, and had never before seen anything like the group that rented it one summer.
The Bringers of Wonder, as they called themselves, wanted to put on a single performance of a play called "The Return of Magic" -- but is it a play, or something more?
The gods had chosen the Domdur to rule the world, and had chosen Malledd to be their champion among the Domdur.
They had not asked Malledd whether he wanted the job.
Now the gods have fallen silent and a dark wizard has raised an army of the undead to destroy the Domdur. Will the divine champion still answer the call?
Gregory Kraft was cursed. At night he could see the monsters ordinary people could not, and when he slept he suffered prophetic dreams. He could see these things, but he couldn't stop them.
Then Greg dreamed of a hungry ghost befriending a boy named Jack. He saw Jack feeding bits of himself to it, and Greg determined that this time, he would stop it. He would save Jack -- what was left of him.