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John Gregory Betancourt


USA (1963 - )

aka Jeremy Kingston, Thomas Shadwell

John Gregory Betancourt is a bestselling author with several Star Trek novels to his credit including Voyager: Incident at Arbuk and Deep Space Nine: Heart of the Warrior.
 
Series
 
Roger Zelazny's Dawn of Amber
1. Nine Princes of Chaos (2002)
     aka The Dawn of Amber
2. Chaos and Amber (2003)
3. To Rule in Amber (2004)
4. Shadows of Amber (2005)

 
 
Novels


 
Collections

 
Novellas



 
Series contributed to
 
Robert Silverberg's Time Tours
4. The Dinosaur Trackers (1991) (as by Thomas Shadwell)
6. Caesar's Time Legions (1991) (as by Jeremy Kingston)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Anthology series
 
Anthologies edited

 
Non fiction
 
Anthologies containing stories by John Gregory Betancourt



 
Short stories
The Green Thumb (1984)
Vernon's Dragon (1984)
The Children of Lommos (1987) (with Darrell Schweitzer)
Tap Dancing (1991)
Reformed (1992)
Copycat (1993)
Human Spirit, Beetle Spirit [short story] (1993)
The Man Who Collected Knives (1993)
The Duke of Demolition Goes to Hell (1994)
Vole (1994)
And the Band Played On: The Band's Tale (1995)
By Moonlight (1995)
Miss Vampire New Mexico Meets Her Dream Date (1995)
The Tale of Lady Ashburn (1995)
The Adventure of the Amateur Mendicant Society (1996)


John Gregory Betancourt recommends
Windows of the Imagination
Windows of the Imagination (1998)
Darrell Schweitzer
"These 29 essays on fantasy, skepticism, writing, and related topics--spanning nearly two decades--are filled with the insightful observations of a literary master. Schweitzer is one of the best critics in the field."



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