- Piers Anthony, Total Recall. SF Ahhr-nold movie tie-in. Based on a screenplay, based on a screen story, based on a Phil Dick story. A remake is supposedly in the works; may be interesting.
- Raymond E. Feist, Magician: Master. Fantasy. Volume II in the Riftwar Saga. This is the author's preferred edition.
- Bernhardt J. Hurwood, Haunted Houses. Supposedly non-fiction collection about haunted houses written for the school-age market. Isn't Hurwood the author of Dracutwig, the famously and amazingly bad novel, under the name "Mallory Knight"?
- Louis L'Amour, Bowdrie (collection; 8 stories about the title character), Catlow, Conagher, Fallon, Galloway (#11 in The Sackett series), How the West Was Won (movie tie-in), The Key-Lock Man, Kid Rodelo, Kilkenny, Lando (#5 in the Sackett series), Law of the Desert Born (collection; 11 stories), The Man Called Noon, Mustang Man (#10 in the Sackett series), Ride the Dark Trail (#14 in the Sackett series), The Rustlers of West Fork (first of four Hopalong Cassidy novels originally published as by "Tex Burns"), Sackett (#4 in the Sackett series), Sackett's Land (first in the Sackett series), The Sky-Liners (#12 in the Sackett series), Son of a Wanted Man, The Trail to Crazy Man (collection of 3 novel-length stories originally published in the pulps), Under the Sweetwater Rim. Westerns all -- I think it was L'Amour Day at the thrift store.
- Ron Miller & Frederick C. Durant III, The Art of Chesley Bonestell. Coffe table art book, with over 300 illustrations from the master of space painting. Gorgeous!
- Richard Paul Russo, The Rosetta Codex. SF novel.
- G. Clifton Wisler, Sam Delamer. Western, part of the Delamer series.
- Roger Zelazny & Neil Randall, Roger Zelazny's Visual Guide to Castle Amber. Fun literary reference.
Monday, May 2, 2011
Westerns, westerns, westerns...with a few others thrown in.