OTHER (Science Fiction, Short Stories, Etc.)

 
Taji's Syndrome
The children were the first to die ...

It began with six innocent children -- and the terror they would bring into the land ...

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Signs & Portents
Excerpts from the Introduction written by Charles L. Grant

"But when Quinn is at her unarguable best, her stories, such as those you have here in this collection, are a seamless merger of that Finnish realism and that Italian romance."

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Crown of Empire

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Cautionary Tales

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Michael's People

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Taji's Syndrome

A human error, an unreported lab accident.  Six pregnant women, six unknown children spreading a plague far deadlier than any doctors have ever seen before -- a horror that  splits lovers and friends, parents and children.  The bravest and the brightest men and women in medicine are fighting to stem the deadly tide.  Their only hope for a cure lies with the precious few who have lived through the onslaught.

But the survivors of Taji's Syndrome have mysteriously disappeared -- and the tasks facing the champions of humanity are far greater than anyone could have ever imagined ... 

PRAISE FOR CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO


Signs & Portents
Excerpts from the Introduction written by Charles L. Grant

"Make no mistake about it, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro is beset by demons.  Not the Biblical sort ... nor are they he sort that sit in offices large and small ... Quinn's demons ... plague all of us who have the ego and temerity to believe that not only do we have the skills and the imaginations to tell stories that other people will be willing to pay for and keep in their homes, but also that in the telling, somehow, we also have a bit of information to give out should anyone be willing to dig a little for it -- information about ourselves, about the world that is too often too much with us, and about what will happen, perhaps, if we don't stop living on an island of self-delusion."