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Simon R Green


UK flag (b.1955)

Simon Richard Green is a British science fiction and fantasy author. Green was born in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire. He holds a degree in Modern English and American Literature from the University of Leicester.

Genres: Urban Fantasy, Science Fiction, Mystery, Fantasy
 
Series
Hawk and Fisher
1. No Haven for the Guilty (1990)
     aka Hawk and Fisher
2. Devil Take the Hindmost (1991)
     aka Winner Takes All
3. The God Killer (1991)
4. Vengeance for a Lonely Man (1991)
     aka Wolf in the Fold
5. Guard against Dishonour (1991)
6. Two Kings in Haven (1992)
     aka The Bones of Haven
7. Beyond the Blue Moon (2000)
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Anthologies containing stories by Simon R Green
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Short stories
Death is a Lady (1997)
How Do You Feel (2012)


Simon R Green recommends
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Shadow Dance (1992)
(Shadow , book 2)
Anne Logston
"Spiced with magic and intrigue."
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Nightlife (2006)
(Cal Leandros, book 1)
Rob Thurman
"A roaring roller coaster of a read... [it'll] take your breath away."
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Ancestor (2007)
Scott Sigler
"Slams thriller and science fiction conventions together to make something new and fascinating... Michael Crichton has a worthy successor in Scott Sigler."
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Right Hand Magic (2010)
(Golgotham, book 1)
Nancy A Collins
"The whole book is just a joy to read."
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Hard Spell (2011)
(Occult Crimes Unit, book 1)
Justin Gustainis
"When it comes to the scarier corners of the magical underworld, Gustainis knows his stuff."
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A Line in the Sand (2016)
(Jesse James Dawson, book 5)
K A Stewart
"Lots of fun, deftly witty, and one of the most appealing central characters of recent years."
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Everything Under the Moon (2016)
Jeff Johnson
"The pace is fast, the plot is racing, and restraint has been kicked into the gutter. And it's got werewolves. What more do you want?"
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The Unicorn Anthology (2019)
Peter S Beagle and Jacob Weisman
"Unicorns are a rare and wondrous breed; fortunately for us, stories about them are a little easier to find. Peter S. Beagle’s new anthology contains a marvellous collection of stories about the animal that probably never existed, but that we still can’t stop dreaming about. Like the creature itself, the stories are wild and wistful, graceful and glorious, kind and crazy. Everything we need to help us believe . . . in something worth believing in."

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