All the Rage
Forge, Sep 2000, 25.95, 352 pp.
Repairman Jack remains a non-person in the databases of government agencies at all levels. There is no proof he exists except in an existential Aristotelian way. Though he loves Gia and treats her daughter as his own, Jack remains an enigma that even those close to him cannot comprehend. They all agree that Jack is a modern day Paladin hiring out for a fee to help those with no one else to tu... Gateways
Forge, Nov 2003, 25.95, 336 pp.
Repairman Jack is trying to find a way to be a citizen again ever since he found out Gia was pregnant with his child. Since the government does not know he exists, they cannot be legally be married. Jack ponders a way to live up to his reputation as the “fix-it” man, his brother calls. He tells Jack that their father was in a car accident in the Everglades and is in Novaton Community Hospital.
Steven Dalt is the one-in-one thousand that survives an attack of an alien creature, leaving him in permanent sybiosis with the alien intelligence- and immortal. As he struggles to adjust to his growing alientation from his mortal fellows, he finds that his symbiotic partner has the ability to heal a mysterious psionic plague that is crippling humanity across the galaxy and the legend of "The Healer" is born. ... Hosts: a Repairman Jack Novel
F. Paul Wilson
Gauntlet, May 2001, 50.00, 366 pp.
Repairman Jack is a non-person who does not exist in any databases. He owns no credit cards and has never been fingerprinted making it near impossible to track him down. He enjoys his anonymous life, but that ends on the New York subway when someone opens fire slaughtering everyone in his path. Since Jack is the only person besides the lunatic to possess a gun, he kills the ...
Tor, April 2004, 25.95, 336 pp.
There were vampires living in Eastern Europe that nobody knew about and when the Iron Curtain fell, a power vacuum developed. The vampires were quick to feed on the vacuous world leaders turning political, industry, and religious figures into vampires. Next they shut down electricity and telephone service leaving humans isolated and fearful. Finally they recruited humans to act as their watchers ... Sims
Forge, April 2003, 25.95, 384 pp.
In the near future, two brothers Mercer and Elias Sinclair formed a company called SimGen that spliced chimpanzees and human genes creating a new life form, Sims that is neither human nor chimp but a sterile hybrid. Sims have forty four chromosomes and humans have forty six but the most crucial difference of all is that Sims are considered property even though they can think and talk.
They are... The Haunted Air
Gauntlet, June 2002, 25.00, 462 pp.
The Kenton brothers are posing as mediums in Astoria, Queens siphoning off customers from other charlatan psychics. One of the scam artists is trying to drive Charlie and Lyle out of business using some dangerous methods. It is only luck that Repairman Jack crosses their path.
Jack, Gia and Gia's friend are visiting Menalus Manor, home of the Kentons when a small earthquake hits leaving a w... The Keep
The Keep is a little fortress in Europe that has been uninhabited, but under regular maintenance for centuries. When the Nazis take over the town, they try to inhabit the Keep, despite warnings from local villagers. They soon find out that something is "eating the men" as corpse after corpse turns up in the morning, impaled. The soldiers look to an elderly man and his daughter to find out if ancient lore of the mysterious keep are indeed, true....
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