The Towers of the Sunset, by L.E. Modesitt, Jr; Tor, 1993. This is, I think, the second of Modesitt's Recluce in order of publication, though not by the series' internal chronology. It tells of the founding of Recluce, and contains some more interesting looks at the magic of Recluce. Enjoyable non-psuedo-Medieval fantasy.
Hide & Seek, by Ian Rankin, copyright 1990; Otto Penzler Books, 1994. I started reading the Rebus books later in the series; it's interesting to see Rebus in the middle of his career. Enjoyable Scottish police mystery.
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