Lawrence Watt-Evans is the author of more than forty novels of fantasy, science fiction, and horror, as well as over a hundred short stories, including the Hugo-winning “Why I Left Harry’s All-Night Hamburgers.” He has served as president of the Horror Writers Association and treasurer of SFWA, and was the managing editor of the Hugo-nominated webzine Helix throughout its brief existence. Born and raised in Massachusetts, he has lived for more than twenty years in the Maryland suburbs of Washington. He has a wife, two grown children, and the obligatory writer’s cat.
Visit his website at http://www.watt-evans.com, or find him on Facebook.
When John Mercy-of-Christ’s soldiers ran up against weapons like none they had ever seen before, John’s campaign to defeat the enemies of The True Word and Flesh came to a sudden halt. The doctrinal wars between sects had to be put to one side. But if the starships of Earth were to battle the swords of Godsworld, John was ready for that war. After all, God was his side. Or was He?
Bredon didn’t mean to interfere with the Powers -- but then they interfered with him! When the beings of myth and legend start fighting among themselves, mere mortals had best beware.
Bredon the Hunter found himself caught up in the affairs of the Powers -- at just the moment one of them went mad! With a new afterword by the Author. Previously published as Denner's Wreck.
If You Can Trust No One -- Then Trust a Nobody. A new Carlisle Hsing adventure. Carlisle counted herself lucky to escape Nightside City before dawn came and destroyed everything there. Unfortunately, just by escaping to the planet of Prometheus, she has attracted the attention of a certain business magnate. Someone is trying to kill him -- and he needs someone expendable to investigate...
Nightside City will die in the coming dawn -- so why is someone trying to buy up the town? A blend of hard science fiction and hard-boiled film noir detective story. "For years, when people asked me what was my favorite of all the novels I’d written... I would name Nightside City."—from the afterword by Lawrence Watt-Evans.