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Ignorant Armies
Drachenfels
Zaragoz
Zaragoz (alternate cover)
Wolf Riders
Wolf Riders (alternate cover)
Konrad
Konrad (alternate cover)
Plague Daemon
Red Thirst
Shadowbreed
Storm Warriors
Beasts in Velvet

GW Books was a former subsidiary of Games Workshop. It published novels and anthologies set in the various backgrounds (Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40,000, and Dark Future). The subsidiary ceased to exist after 3 years and several of its books were later re-published by Boxtree. GW Books was de facto a predecessor of the current Black Library which re-published most of its books.


October 1989:

  • Ignorant Armies (Warhammer fantasy), David Pringle, ed., tp
  • Drachenfels (Warhammer fantasy), by Jack Yeovil, tp

November 1989:

  • Zaragoz (Warhammer fantasy), by Brian Craig, tp - first novel of the Orfeo-trilogy
  • Wolf Riders (Warhammer fantasy), David Pringle, ed., tp

February 1990:

  • Konrad (Warhammer fantasy), by David Ferring, tp - first novel of the Konrad-trilogy

April 1990:

  • Plague Daemon (Warhammer fantasy), Brian Craig, tp - second novel of the Orfeo-trilogy
  • Red Thirst, David Pringle, ed., tp

May 1990:

  • Ignorant Armies (Warhammer fantasy), David Pringle, ed., tp
  • Drachenfels (Warhammer fantasy), by Jack Yeovil, tp

August 1990:

  • Route 666 (Dark Future), David Pringle, ed., tp
  • Demon Download (Dark Future), by Jack Yeovil, tp

November 1990:

  • Deathwing (Warhammer 40,000), Neil Jones & David Pringle, eds., tp
  • Inquisitor (Warhammer 40,000), Ian Watson, tp
  • Inquisitor (Warhammer 40,000), Ian Watson, tp

February 1991:

  • Shadowbreed (Warhammer fantasy), David Ferring, tp - second novel of the Konrad-trilogy
  • Krokodil Tears (Dark Future), by Jack Yeovil, tp

March 1991:

  • Storm Warriors (Warhammer fantasy), Brian Craig, tp - third novel of the Orfeo-trilogy

April 1991:

  • Comeback Tour (The Sky Belongs to the Stars) (Dark Future), by Jack Yeovil, tp

May 1991:

  • Ghost Dancers (Dark Future), Brian Craig, tp
  • Beasts in Velvet (Warhammer fantasy), by Jack Yeovil, tp

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