A Heat Wave in the Hellers: and Other Tales of Darkover

Deborah J. Ross (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Trowbridge & Ross
Publish Date
October 01, 2019
Pages
178
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.41 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781611387766

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About the Author

Deborah J. Ross is an award-nominated writer and editor of fantasy and science fiction, with over a dozen novels and five dozen short stories in print. Recent books include Thunderlord and The Children of Kings (with Marion Zimmer Bradley); Collaborators (Lambda Literary Finalist/James Tiptree Jr. Award recommended list, as Deborah Wheeler), and The Seven-Petaled Shield epic fantasy trilogy. Her short fiction has appeared in F & SF, Asimov's, Star Wars: Tales From Jabba's Palace, Realms of Fantasy, and Sword & Sorceress. She's edited Lace and Blade, Masques of Darkover, and other anthologies and novels. Her work has earned Honorable Mention in Year's Best SF, and nominations for Gaylactic Spectrum Award, the National Fantasy Federation Speculative Fiction Award for Best Author, and inclusion in the Locus Recommended Reading and Kirkus notable new release lists. She has served as Secretary to the Science Fiction Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), the Board of Directors of Book View CafΓ©, and the jury for the Philip K. Dick Award.

Reviews

"This is the best Darkover novel in a long time.... It's a tale of culture clash, in classic Darkover style, a delightful return to a fascinating world, and a great read." --Locus on The Children of Kings

"Fans of Bradley will certainly want to read this flashback into Darkover history.... Suspenseful, powerfully written, and deeply moving." --Library Journal

Fans of Darkover rejoice! Ross's literary strength [is] her sensitivity to human needs and talents. - Publisher's Weekly on The Fall of Neskaya

Deborah Ross...does a superlative job [and] perfectly captures the Darkover 'feel.' - Sherwood Smith on Thunderlord

"[The Alton Gift] is a must for fans of the series, and reads as if Deborah has been channeling Marion's spirit." --Center City Weekly Press

Those who fondly remember the "Darkover" books (Stormqueen!; Hawkmistress!) set during the Ages of Chaos will welcome this new entry, which chronicles the aftermath of a conflict between two houses that can control the weather telepathically. - Library Journal Review on Thunderlord