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All the judge dredd novels in one place




The old Judge Dredd novels (1993 for the first)

first all the 18 older ones are in a collection on amazon but not in order of publication :

starting with deathmasques in 1993 we have :


  • Deathmasques
     (Dave Stone, August 1993)
  • The Savage Amusement (David Bishop, August 1993)
  • Dreddlocked (Stephen Marley, October 1993)
  • Cursed Earth Asylum (David Bishop, December 1993)
  • The Medusa Seed (Dave Stone, January 1994)
  • Dread Dominion (Stephen Marley, May 1994)
  • The Hundredfold Problem (John Grant, August 1994)
  • Silencer (David Bishop, November 1994)
  • Wetworks (Dave Stone, February 1995)

From 2003 to 2007, Black Flame published official 2000 AD novels, including a new run of Judge Dredd novels. After Black Flame closed in 2007, Rebellion picked up the rights to their “2000 AD” titles in 2011, and began republishing them as e-books. Their nine Judge Dredd books are:

  • Dredd Vs Death (Gordon Rennie, October 2003)
  • Bad Moon Rising (David Bishop, June 2004)
  • Black Atlantic (Peter J. Evans & Simon Jowett, June 2004)
  • Eclipse (James Swallow, August 2004)
  • Kingdom of the Blind (David Bishop, November 2004)
  • The Final Cut (Matt Smith, February 2005)
  • Swine Fever (Andrew Cartmel, May 2005)
  • Whiteout (James Swallow, September 2005)
  • Psykogeddon (Dave Stone, January 2006)

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Deathmasques :

“The keesh-eater collapsed into a nerveless heap, smearing a thin trail of blood down the pillar. Armitage watched him until he was sure he wouldn’t move, then rounded, scowling, on the uniformed Judges. ‘You think you can clean this up noe, or do I have to do everything?'”

Travelling to Brit-Cit on the trail of a bloodthirsty, body-hopping alien, Judge Dredd is forced to work with Detective Judge Armitage. Dredd is a one man army who puts the law above everything, even his own humanity; Armitage is thoughtful, cultured, a maverick who seldom goes by the book. It’s hate at first sight.

For once, Dredd may be out of his depth.


Then in 2012 Rebellion Rebellion announced a new series of e-books under the series title Judge Dredd: Year One, focusing on Dredd early years as a judge followed by year two and three each consisting of a trilogy of short novella.

Judge Dredd Year One: City Fathers :

THE MAKING OF THE LAWMAN…

Mega-City One, 2080. It is Joe Dredd’s first year as a full-eagle Judge – he may have been created from the genes of Eustace Fargo, the ‘Father of Justice’, and thus part of an illustrious lineage, but right now Dredd is not long graduated from the Academy, and yet to establish himself as the metropolis’s toughest, greatest cop. His reputation will be moulded in the years ahead, but at the moment he’s a young lawman, fresh on the streets.

The brutal murder of a Justice Department-sanctioned spy sparks an investigation that will see Dredd trawl the criminal underworld in the hunt for the killer – and he will discover that all is not what it seems in the sector’s murky black market. Something new has entered the system, and unless Dredd can stop it, chaos will be unleashed…

This is an ebook exclusive novella from Matthew Smith, editor of 2000 AD and author of the novels, Judge Dredd: The Final Cut and Tomes of the Dead: Words of Their Roaring.

Judge Dredd: Year Two Omnibus :

ROOKIE YEAR’S OVER

Mega-City One, 2081. Judge Joe Dredd’s been on the beat for a year. He’s made tough calls, tackled hardbitten perps, and seen the consequences of his choices come back to bite him.

But he’s not done learning yet. Dredd’s second year on the sked will see him back out in the Cursed Earth, where right and wrong are questions that go beyond the easy answers of the Law; he’ll tackle an apparent serial killer—or more than one?—targeting journalists; and he’ll take his first real beat down, leaving him bent and broken with only his badge and his conviction to protect him…

Including stories by Matt Smith, Michael Carroll and Cavan Scott, Judge Dredd: Year Two puts the city’s greatest lawman to the test.

Judge Dredd Year Three :

Judge Joseph Dredd has tackled hardened killers and would-be revolutionaries, he’s taken beat-downs and bounced back, he’s even arrested his own brother.

In his third year, he’ll become embroiled in the growing anti-robot movement; he’ll head back out to the Cursed Earth; and he’ll fall afoul of the secretive SJS – and not for the last time…

And in 2020 a collection of short stories by various authors :

Judge Fear’s Big Day Out And Other Stories :

FROM THE PAGES OF THE JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE

A shopping mall where droids sell organs harvested from street trash…

A murderous imaginary friend…

A psychotic composer drafting music from pain…

All in a day’s work for the Lawman of the Future.

Edited by and with an introduction by Dredd veteran Michael Carroll, Judge Fear’s Big Day Out and Other Stories gathers the very best short stories from more than a decade of the Judge Dredd Megazine, including stories by legends Alan Grant, Gordon Rennie and Simon Spurrier, among countless others…


Then in 2014 a trilogy about Dredd’s brother, Rico Dredd titled Rico Dredd: The Titan Years

Rico Dredd: The Titan Years :

You know about me. I’m Rico Dredd, Joe Dredd’s big brother. I’m the clone that went bad, that brought shame on Judge Fargo’s legacy.
I was a Judge, the best the Academy of Law ever turned out. The very best. But after less than a year on the streets of Mega-City One, I was brought down, taken in. It was Little Joe who caught me; second-best Judge there’s been.
Broken, sentenced, stripped of office, I was shipped out to the brutal moon Titan, to do my twenty years’ hard labour. Yeah, you know about Rico Dredd.

But do you know what really happened? Why I did it? What it was like, out there on the edge of space, doing time in the Bronze?
Truth is, mister, you know stomm about me.


After that in 2018 a serie of novella set 60 year before the comics about the first generation of judges in 2033

JUDGES: The Avalanche :

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 2033 A.D.
In a time of widespread poverty, inequality and political unrest, Special Prosecutor Eustace Fargo’s controversial new justice laws have come into effect.
Protests and violence meet the first Judges as they hit the street to enforce the Law; the cure, it’s clear, is far worse than the disease.
Is this a sign of things to come?


In 2019 a trilogy about the Dark Judges, The Fall of Deadworld, was written by 2000 AD’s editor, Matt Smith

The Fall of Deadworld Omnibus :

“A brand-new omnibus collection featuring three new novellas set in the world of Judge Dredd’s iconic villains, The Dark Judges.

COMETH THE HOUR, COMETH THE FALL

In time, the whole world will be a graveyard, a charnel pit for billions. In time, a tiny few will be all that remains, fighting back against the terrible, rotting “greys” until none are left. In time, the Dark Judges will rule unquestioned over an empty world.

But before the end of Deadworld must come the fall…”


And finally in 2022 a trilogy of novellas called The Apocalypse War written by John Ware,

The Apocalypse War: Pack Instinct :

MEGA-CITY ONE: A POWDER KEG WAITING TO BLOW

There isn’t a moment when tensions aren’t running high and the City isn’t ready to crack. But there’s something new going on, something bad. It’s open war in the streets, block vs block. It’s a Block war.

It’s Block Mania, and no one is immune, not even the Judges.



Judge Anderson novels

In 2006 Black flame published 3 novels featuring Judge Anderson

Anderson PSI Division :

She knows what you’re thinking…
In a bleak future overrun with crime, Psi-Judge Cassandra Anderson and the PSI Division utilise their extraordinary abilities to protect the city from dangerous psychic criminals.
Six felons have died in Sector House 12 – burned to death in the holding-cubes in mysterious circumstances. Called in to psychically read the crime scene, Psi-Judge Anderson encounters ever-increasing signs that a malignant psychic presence is at work. As her investigation unfolds, something dark prepares to strike from the shadows.
Prepare yourself for a tense and intriguing investigation that will blow your mind.
Also available in this series: Red Shadows, Sins of the Father.

And in 2014 3 novella collected in

Judge Anderson: Year One (The Early Years) :

“YOU READY, ROOKIE?”
In years to come, Cassandra Anderson will be a living legend, Psi-Division’s most famous Judge. But for now it’s 2100, and a young Judge Anderson is fresh out of the Academy, the Eagle still gleaming on her shoulder. It’s time to put her training—and her judgement—to the test.
Tackling a love-obsessed telepathic killer at a Valentine’s Day parade, plunging into the depths of madness in a huge new psychiatric prison, and probing the boundaries of reality itself as she hunts a psychic virus to its roots, Cass will be forged in the fires of Justice, emerging as something extraordinary.

Finally in 2018 year two :

Judge Anderson: Year Two :

FROM THE PAGES OF THE JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE

A shopping mall where droids sell organs harvested from street trash…

A murderous imaginary friend…

A psychotic composer drafting music from pain…

All in a day’s work for the Lawman of the Future.

Edited by and with an introduction by Dredd veteran Michael Carroll, Judge Fear’s Big Day Out and Other Stories gathers the very best short stories from more than a decade of the Judge Dredd Megazine, including stories by legends Alan Grant, Gordon Rennie and Simon Spurrier, among countless others…

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As a first post to pay honour to whom honour is due a summary of all the Conan books available on kindle (by Howard and other)


original hour of the dragon cover by Margaret Brundage for Weird Tales magazine


As this site is at least partly dedicated to find new sword and sorcery novel lets start with the one with whom all started : Robert E. Howard


Here are all the Conan books available on amazon kindle by him and the later authors of conan novels/shorts stories

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First for those wanting to read all howard conan stories nearly for free they’re all here for 1$ !

If you prefer physical book this 900 pages edition is also available.

For a middle of the road you have this in 3 books with an audiobook version too


After howard death 2 other authors have published conan stories some based on unfinished howard text and other original : Lyon Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter :

Three are collected here

and i’ve also found this one alone by L. Sprague de camp for kindle only


Another who wrote conan novels is Robert Jordan who later became famous for the wheel of time serie,contrary to howard who had to write short stories to get published in weird tales magazine those are novels.

All seven are available here


In 1979, Poul Anderson—winner of a staggering eight Hugo and three Nebula Awards—wrote what is regarded as one of the finest adventures in the canon of Conan
Featuring Belit the famous pirate queen

Conan the Rebel


Conan the barbarian and Belit, his raven-haired beauty, lead a band of savage pirates striving to free Belit’s people from the iron grip of an evil reptile god and its cruel minions. Striking at the heart of tyranny, Conan must break the chains of oppression before eternal darkness claims them all.


The same year Andrew J. Offutt published Sword of Skelos

Conan: Sword of Skelos

Conan the barbarian and Belit, his raven-haired beauty, lead a band of savage pirates striving to free Belit’s people from the iron grip of an evil reptile god and its cruel minions. Striking at the heart of tyranny, Conan must break the chains of oppression before eternal darkness claims them all.

Karl Edward Wagner who’s known for his own sword and sorcery hero Kane and has also penned a pastiche of another of howard hero : Bran Mac Morn

The road of king

Facing the gallows for defending his honor-by killing the captain of the guard-the mighty Conan jumps feet first into a rescue attempt of one of his fellow prisoners. When Conan learns his rescuers are the daring Rebels of the White Rose, he joins their blood-soaked insurrection.

But Conan’s struggles are only beginning, for the road to the throne is defended by the Final Guard–indestructible warriors made of stone. Conan must draw steel against these indomitable foes and pray that Krom will guide his blade both strong and true.


And now the recent conan stories

A new conan novel has been published recently (2022)

Blood of the serpent

By S.M. Stirling at 460p its a big one,available in kindle,paper and audiobooks

Conan the Barbarian, the world’s most famous fantasy hero, returns in an all-new novel tied directly to the famous works by his legendary creator, Robert E. Howard.
 
Set early in his life, Conan has left his northern homeland to cut a bloody swath across the legendary Hyborian Age. A mercenary, a soldier, a thief, and a pirate, he faces conquering armies, malicious sorcerers, and monstrous creatures—against which he wields only the sword held in his powerful grasp.


Also there is a new serie of short stories being written by various authors, finally some new sword and sorcery short fictions ! They cost 2$ each

The first three are available with 2 other scheduled

and the same team seem to be behind a new solomon kane (another of Robert E. Howard hero) short story, you can get it here


And finally :

Novelization of the 2011 movie done by Michael A. Stackpole

There is some other (old) books and authors but at often exuberant price and not on kindle or audiobooks

edit : i just found 2 old novels put recently on kindle :

Conan the Champion

by John Maddox Roberts

Stranded in the furthest northern reaches of Brythunia, Conan the Cimmerian pledges himself as the champion of the haughty, beautiful Queen Alcuina. Soon the mighty barbarian is enmeshed in a war with two kings, who want Alcuina’s lands, and the evil wizard Iilma, who plots to rule the entire northland and has his own foul designs on the queen’s body. From the blood-drenched snows of the Brythunian forests to the sorcerous Shifting Lands the battles rage. The dead rise to slay, and victory can only come from Conan the Champion.

Conan the Warlord

by Leonard Carpenter

In the ancient land of Nemedia, Conan of Cimmeria agrees to impersonate Baron Eihnarson’s son and heir in order to escape a foul prison cell–at least until he can escape completely, with a pouch full of gold. Calissa, the Baron’s sensuous daughter, has other plans for Conan, as does Evadne, the voluptuous rebel maiden. Palace intrigues swirl–poison in the cup and the assassin’s dagger in the dark–and Conan must lead the army of Diander against the Cult of the Snake, the demon which burns and slays all whom it does not concert to half-serpent slaves of an ancient evil. In mouldering tombs the dead Lords of Einharson stir, and rise to strike down any who would threaten their line.