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Macdonald, James D.

MACDONALD, James D.

MACDONALD, James D. Also writes as Nicholas Adams, Victor Applebaum, Martin DelRio. American, b. 1954. Genres: Science fiction/Fantasy. Career: Journalist and science fiction author. Publications: ALL WITH D. DOYLE. NOVELS: Timecrime Inc., 1991; Night of the Living Rat, 1992; Knight's Wyrd, 1992; Groogleman, 1996. CIRCLE OF MAGIC SERIES: School of Wizardry, 1990; Tournament and Tower, 1990; City by the Sea, 1990; The Prince's Players, 1990; The Prisoners of Bell Castle, 1990; The High King's Daughter, 1990. MAGEWORLDS SERIES: The Price of the Stars, 1992; Starpilot's Grave, 1993; By Honor Betray'd, 1994; The Gathering Flame, 1995; The Long Hunt, 1996. BAD BLOOD SERIES: Bad Blood, 1993; Hunters' Moon, 1994; Judgment Night, 1995. NOVELS AS ROBYN TALLIS: Night of Ghosts and Lightning, 1989; Zero-Sum Games, 1989. NOVELS AS NICHOLAS ADAMS: Pep Rally, 1991. NOVELS AS VICTOR APPLETON: Monster Machine, 1991; Aquatech Warriors, 1991. NOVELS AS MARTIN DELRIO: Mortal Kombat (movie novelizations: adult and young adult versions), 1995; Spider-Man Super-Thriller: Midnight Justice, 1996; Spider-Man Super-Thriller: Global War, 1996; Prince Valiant (movie novelization), 1997. Contributor, with D. Doyle, of short stories to anthologies. Address: 127 Main St, Colebrook, NH 03576, U.S.A.

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