Velda Bellinghausen, showgirl turned private eye, must clear a tormented teenage girl of a charge of murder---when even her client confesses to having committed the brutal crime. From the seedy... More > alleys of Greenwich Village to the glamorous penthouse studios of famous pinup artists to the fetid swamps of the Florida Keys, Velda pursues what only she believes is the truth...a pursuit that proves to be deadlier than even she ever thought possible...
"Velda is the kind of detective I like!" Richard S. Prather, creator of the Shell Scott series.
"Pure cheese...but who cares!" Kevin Burton Smith, Thrilling Detective Website.
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In the third volume of the Bronwyn series, the princess faces her ultimate challenge as she leads an army against her own country.Cover art and illustrations by the author."The tale as a whole... More > is one that Robert Jordan might well have told at five times the length and with only one fifth of the wit and fun." --John Grant< Less
A complete pictorial guide to the life and world of Princess Bronwyn, heroine of the four-volume series of steampunk/fantasy novels by Ron Miller (see http://www.black-cat-studios.com/books).... More > Includes biography, geography, science, art and literature.< Less
In this first volume of the biography of the infamous space pirate, Captain Judikah, we follow her career from street urchin and petty thief in the sordid back alleys of the great spaceport city of... More > Blavek to her adventures as a shanghaied crewmember aboard a dreaded hellship to her eventual membership in the Space Patrol...and the astonishing discovery she then made. A discovery destined to forever change Judikah's life...The beginning of a new, independent series taking place in the world of the Bronwyn tetralogy. (http://black-cat-studios.com/black-cat-press/miller.html)< Less
A selection of grim Victorian verses dealing with disease, dying, death and mutilation. Ranging from the disturbing "The Doll's Funeral" to "Good-bye, Old Arm" and "Measuring... More > the Baby", these poems are tailor-made for reading at the next shower or hospital visit.Introduction by Sommer Browning, illustrations by Mahendra Singh.< Less
In the fourth volume of the Bronwyn tetralogy, Bronwyn must defeat a mad scientist bent on the destruction of the world---a quest that takes her from pirate ships and harems to faerie kingdoms and... More > the moon.Cover art and illustrations by the author. "A vivid and exciting fantasy world."---Allan Steele< Less
In the demon-haunted world of Charlemagne's Europe---a world of myth, monsters and magic---Bradamant, a female knight in the service of the emperor, searches for her forbidden Moorish lover. In doing... More > so, she must face and defeat giants and armies, treachery and sorcery. Profusely illustrated by the author and Gustave Dore. "Ron Miller is unfairly talented. I expect he'll get fed up with being called the new James Branch Cabell."
--Sir Arthur C. Clarke< Less
Extraordinary Voyages is an indispensible companion for the reader of Jules Verne. Nearly 150 maps, charts, diagrams and schematic drawings illustrate all of the voyages made by Verne's characters... More > and all of the places visited by them. In addition to the maps are diagrams of many of Verne's fictional inventions, including the "Nautilus" and the "Albatross". Other pages are devoted to the ships in Verne's books, 19th century submarines and proposed helicopters, diving suits and many other subjects.< Less