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- Pocket Books/Star Trek 2000; US$ 9.99
The U.S.S. Enterprise? is on a peaceful mission at Starbase 12 when a bizarre cosmic phenomenon causes a Klingon ship to suddenly vanish -- with Spock aboard for the ride. Spock's last message from the Klingon ship is cryptic and frightening. The Klingons are traveling into the past, searching for the one man who holds the key to the furure. If... more...
- Pocket Books/Star Trek 2000; US$ 9.99
The crew of the Nautilus, a battered Starship of mysterious origin, is beamed aboard the Starship Enterprise. The group claims they are freedom fighters from the future working to save the Federation from the Consilium -- a group of corrupt power-seekers. But when the Nautilus crew members suddenly seize control of the U.S.S. Enterprise,... more...
- Pocket Books/Star Trek 2000; US$ 4.50
Elcidar Beta Three -- a tranquil, undisturbed planet strategically located between the Federation and the Klingon Empire. Home to the Midgwins, a race of people who throughout all time have lived in peace with their planet, and themselves. But now, times are changing. Unwilling to embrace any form of technology, the Midgwins have exhausted their world's... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2003; US$ 7.99
In such stunning novels of crime and character as Die Upon a Kiss, Sold Down the River, and A Free Man of Color , Benjamin January tracked down killers through the sensuous, atmospheric, dangerously beautiful world of Old New Orleans. Now, in this new novel by bestselling author Barbara Hambly, he follows a trail of murder from illicit back alleys... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2003; US$ 6.99
The New York Times hails Barbara Hambly?s novels featuring Benjamin January as ?masterly,? ?ravishing,? and ?haunting.? The Chicago Tribune crowns them ?dazzling?January is a wonderfully rich and complex character.? Now the bestselling author returns with a story that leads January from the dangerously sensual milieu of New Orleans into a world... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2004; US$ 6.99
Nineteenth-century New Orleans is a blazing hotbed of scorching politics and personal vendettas. And it's into this fire that Benjamin January falls when he is hired to follow Oliver Weems, a bank official who has absconded with $100,000 in gold and securities. But it's more than just a job for January. The missing money is vital to the survival of... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2005; US$ 7.50
As a girl growing up in Kentucky, she lived a sheltered, privileged life filled with picnics and plantation balls. Vivacious, impulsive, and intoxicated by politics, she is a Todd of Lexington, an aristocratic family whose ancestors defeated the British. But no one knows her secret fears and anxieties. Although she is courted by the most eligible... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 14.00
When Martha Dandridge Custis marries her second husband, George, she never suspects that the soft-spoken Virginia planter is destined to command the founding of a nation?or that she is to be ?Lady Washington,? the woman at the first President?s side. Only a select inner circle of women will know the cost of sharing a beloved man with history . . .... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 7.99
In A Free Man of Color and Sold Down the River , Benjamin January guided readers through the seductive maze of New Orleans' darkest quarters. Now January joins the orchestra of the city's top opera house ? only to become enmeshed in a web of hate and greed more murderous than any drama onstage. In 1835, the cold February streets glitter with masked... more...