Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Randall Garrett

Reviews | Bibliography & Rights Information

Series
The Lord Darcy Series (Baen Omnibus) | Biblio. & Rights Info
Gandalara Series (with Vicki Ann Heydron) | Biblio. & Rights Info

Stand-Alone Novels
Pagan Passions (with Laurence M. Janifer)

Lord Darcy Sequels by Michael Kurland| Biblio. & Rights Info
Ten Little Wizards
A Study in Sorcery

REVIEWS

 

For the LORD DARCY SERIES

“Some of the finest fantasy ever written … will certainly guarantee him a lasting place in the genre.”

SF Chronicle
chosen as one of the best fantasies of 2002

“Garrett’s writing style is as elegant and charming as his setting, and his mastery of atmosphere is admirable … Garrett’s series is in fact one of the best of the genre-benders, which have proliferated so madly since these tales were first published. The stories deftly combine elements of mystery, espionage, suspense, Tolkienesque fantasy, science fiction, the techno-thriller, CSI-style forensic mystery, and swashbuckling historical romance.”

National Review

“He has combined the best of the fantasy and detective genres — and made them work as science fiction.”

Marion Zimmer Bradley

“I cannot count the number of times I have read TOO MANY MAGICIANS — each time with the same pleasure.”

Andre Norton

“Randall Garrett’s most satisfying and enduring literary accomplishment is the Lord Darcy series.”

Robert Silverberg

“Maddeningly intricate, well reasoned and great fun. his world was as utterly real as his characters, and his mysteries were of the first caliber.”

Simon R. Green

“Garrett’s best work … ingenious, and the world Lord Darcy inhabits is rich and believable.”

A Reader’s Guide to Science Fiction

For the GANDALARA SERIES

“This is a fun series, plenty of swordplay, banter, solid characters and a smattering of good science. In short – exactly what a lost gem should be.”

Amazing Stories

TEN LITTLE WIZARDS and A STUDY IN SORCERY

Two full-length LORD DARCY sequel novels by sf/mystery award-winning

crossover writer Michael Kurland are available

“Every bit as good as the originals … great fun for fans of mystery and SF alike.”

SF Chronicle

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BIBLIOGRAPHY & RIGHTS INFORMATION

THE LORD DARCY SERIES

    (Baen Omnibus, 1983)

  • Baen and SF Book Club Omnibus Editions
  • Omnibus consists of: Too Many Magicians (novel, 1967), Murder and Magic (coll, 1979), Lord Darcy Investigates (coll, 1981), “The Spell of War” (anth., 1979)
  • Audio rights (TOO MANY MAGICIANS, MURDER AND MAGIC, LORD DARCY INVESTIGATES) to Audible
  • Film/TV Option to AIP Entertainment
  • UK rights to Orion
  • Korean rights (TOO MANY MAGICIANS) Elixir / Munhakdongne
  • Russian rights to AST***
  • Czech rights to Banshies***
  • French rights to du Masque/Hachette***
  • French rights to Editions Mnemos
  • Italian rights to Mondadori***
  • Italian rights (Too Many Magicians) to Odoya
  • Thai rights to A.R. Business Press***
  • Turkish rights to Ithaki Yayinlari***

 

THE GANDALARA SERIES

    (1981-86)

  • Heroic Fantasy Series
  • Also by Vicki Anne Heydron
  • Audio rights (entire series) to Audible

 

PAGAN PASSIONS

    (1959)

  • Comic Fantasy
  • Co-authored by Laurence M. Janifer

THE LORD DARCY NOVELS OF MICHAEL KURLAND

  1. TEN LITTLE WIZARDS (Berkley, 1988)
    • Locus bestseller
  2. A STUDY IN SORCERY (Berkley, 1989)
    • Locus bestseller

***Three asterisks (***) placed after the record of a foreign territory sale indicate that those rights have expired and are available for purchase in that market for that title(s).***

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