- Joan Aiken, Beware the Bouquet. Mystery/thriller marketed as a Gothic. Published in the U.K. as Trouble with Product X.
- Steve Alten, Meg: Hell's Aqaurium. Horror; one of a series about megalodons muching on people.
- Robert Asprin, M.Y.T.H. Inc. Link. Fantasy. Yeah, I know I got this book in an omnibus a few weeks ago, but this is the Starblaze edition. That counts for something, doesn't it?
- Marion Zimmer Bradley and Paul Edwin Zimmer, Hunters of the Red Moon. SD.
- Gardner Dozois, editor, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Seventeenth Annual Collection. Twenty-seven stories from 1999.
- David G. Hartwell, editor, Year's Best SF 2. SF anthology with 20 stories from 1996.
- Raymond J. Martinez, Mysterious Marie Laveau, Voodoo Queen and Folk Tales Along the Mississippi. A 1956 compilation of articles published by Hope Publications in New Orleans (which may or may not be the author's self-publishing house) and illustrated with photographs and incredibly racist drawings.
- Joy Masoff. Oh Yuck! The Encyclopedia of Everything Nasty. Maggots, poop, pus, snot, and everything gross. Perfect for a twelve-year-old boy, right? Mark said it was too gross, even for him. Oh, well.
- Janet Morris, editor, Masters in Hell. Shared world anthology with nine stories famous people in Hell.
- T. Jefferson Parker, Little Saigon. Thriller.
- Jennifer Robinson, Shape-Changers, The Song of Homana, Legacy of the Sword, Track of the White Wolf, A Pride of Princes, Daughter of the Lion, Flight of the Raven, and ATapestry of Lions. Eight-book fantasy series Chronicles of the Cheysuli, first intended as a single book, then a trilogy, and fnally an octet. Also Sword Dancer, Sword-Singer, Sword-Maker, and Sword-Breaker, a four-part fantasy series.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Heavy this week on fantasy -- the Jennifer Robison 12-volume pile covering two series looks intimidating all at once. (I may never get to the fart and pus book unless I am called to give a public reading; that should ensure no reinvite. Bwahahahahaha!)