The Spiral Labyrinth book. Can Henghis survive long enough to return to his own time? The Henghis Hapthorn books feel like they're written with my tastes in mind.
The Spiral Labyrinth book. It was bad enough when Henghis Hapthorn, Old Earth's foremost.
Here are nine tales of Henghis Hapthorn, foremost freelance discriminator of Old Earth in the planet's penultimate ag. To keep two genres separate, I now use my full name, Matthew Hughes, for sff, and the shorter form for the crime stuff. I also write media tie-ins as Hugh Matthews.
Here are nine tales of Henghis Hapthorn, foremost freelance discriminator of Old Earth in the planet's penultimate age. Included are the six stories that ran in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (and were previously collected in The Gist Hunter and Other Stories), leading up to the events that began the first Hapthorn novel, Majestrum, plus three more. I've won the Crime Writers of Canada's Arthur Ellis Award, and have been shortlisted for the Aurora, Nebula, Philip K. Dick, . Van Vogt, and Derringer Awards.
Nine Tales of Henghis Hapthorn. ISBN: 978-881078-2-3. The success of the Hapthorn stories led to three novels, Majestrum, The Spiral Labyrinth, and Hespira, which carry on the tale of impending doom from the six-story arc that began with Mastermindless and continued on to The Gist Hunter. This collection contains those six, plus three other Hapthorn tales: Sweet Trap, which, though a self-contained story, is also the first two chapters of The Spiral Labyrinth; Fullbrim’s Finding, which takes place just after Hespira; and The Immersion, which is set before the story arc begins.
After all, I see before me two of its alleged pinnacles of creation who, having. The Spiral Labyrinth, A Tale of Henghis Hapthorn. Matthew Hughes, 9 Tales of Henghis Hapthorn
After all, I see before me two of its alleged pinnacles of creation who, having. Hespira, A Tale of Henghis Hapthorn. To Hell and Back: The Damned Busters. Song of the Serpent (as Hugh Matthews). To Hell and Back: Costume Not Included. Old Growth (as Matt Hughes). To Hell and Back: Hell To Pay. Matthew Hughes, 9 Tales of Henghis Hapthorn. Thank you for reading books on GrayCity.
The spiral labyrinth. A tale of Henghis Hapthorn. The integrator took two seconds to complete a comprehensive survey, then reported, "Not in the foundationals nor in the settled secondaries
The spiral labyrinth. Chapter One. "Expensive fruit may grow on trees," I said, "but not the funds needed to purchase it in seemingly limitless quantities. The integrator took two seconds to complete a comprehensive survey, then reported, "Not in the foundationals nor in the settled secondaries. But apparently one can still come across an undisturbed crack on the most remote worlds. I could not determine if this information was relevant to the case.
In the sequel to Majestrum, Old Earth's foremost discriminator continues to struggle with a world in which science must give way to magic.
Night Shade Books, 216 pages. Hapthorn hates magic. Matthew Hughes Matthew Hughes was born in 1949 Liverpool, England, but moved to Canada when he was five. This is the second novel featuring Henghis Hapthorn, a discriminator - read private detective - on an alternate Earth. Aided by his intuitive inner self, Osk Rievor - having become a separate entity during the course of the first novel - and his faithful grinnet - an AI housed in a furry little body like a cross between a cat and an ape - Hapthorn is approached by a wealthy socialite with what appears to be a straightforward.
Book 2 of 4 in Tales of Henghis Hapthorn (4 Book Series). Matthew Hughes is a real artist, with an old-fashioned devotion to the craft of writing. This is not science fiction, nor is it "realistic" in the way that people seem to expect of all fiction nowadays. The sentences are crafted, not just thrown on the page like a transcription of an overheard conversation at Starbuck's.
Henghis Hapthorn is the foremost penetrator of mysteries and uncoverer of secrets in a decadent, far-future Old Earth .
Henghis Hapthorn is the foremost penetrator of mysteries and uncoverer of secrets in a decadent, far-future Old Earth, one age before Jack Vance's Dying Earth. A superb rationalist, he has long disdained the notion that the universe has an alternative organizing principle: magic.