- Greg Bear, Heads. SF
- Ben Bova, Triumph. Alternate world SF.
- Leigh Clark, Evil Recarnate. Horror.
- Stephen R. Donaldson, The Man Who Risked His Partner. Mystery. Revised version of a novel originally published as by "Reed Stephens."
- Glen Ebisch, Ghosts from the Past. A Roaming New England mystery.
- Raymond E. Feist, Shadow of a Dark Queen. Fantasy. Book One of The Serpentwar Saga.
- "Robin Hobb" (a.k.a. "Megan Lindholm"), Ship of Magic, Mad Ship, and Ship of Destiny. Fantasy. The Liveship Traders Trilogy.
- Edward D. Hoch, editor, Best Detective Stories of the Year -- 1980: 34th Annual Collection. A dozen of the best stories from 1979.
- William W. Johnstone with Fred Austen, The Last Gunfighter: Savage Country. Western.
- Mercedes Lackey, Burning Water. Fantasy. A Diana Tregarde Investigation.
- Mercedes Lackey & Ru Emerson, Fortress of Frost and Fire. Gaming (The Bard's Tale) tie-in.
- Louis L'Amour, The Broken Gun and Son of a Wanted Man. Westerns.
- Ursala K. Le Guin, A Fisherman of the Inland Sea. Fantasy collection with eight stories.
- Paul Levine, Trial & Error. Legal thriller, fourth in the Solomon and Lord series.
- Jeff Long, Year Zero. Thriller.
- Christine Matthews, editor, Deadly Housewives. Mystery anthology with fourteen stories.
- Anne McCaffrey and Todd McCaffrey, Dragon's Kin. SF. Another Pern adventure.
- Thomas F. Monteleone, editor, Borderlands 2.Horror anthology with twenty-one stories and the world's most unreadable cover.
- Mark Nykanen, The Bone Parade. Thriller.
- Dennis O'Neil, Justice League of America: Green Lantern: Hero's Quest. Comic book tie-in novel.
- Lewis B. Pattern, Death Rides a Black Horse. Western.
- David J. Schow, Bullets of Rain. Thriller.
- Sandy Silverthorne & John Warner, One-Minute Mysteries and Brain Teasers. Kitty threw this one in the cart. I know she's smart (smarter than me, for sure), so I assume she wants me to exercise the little gray cells a bit more.
- Eleanor Sullivan, editor, Alfred Hitchcock's Tales to Keep You Spellbound. The hardcover edition of the first in the long-running series of Alfred Hitchcock's Anthologies that AHMM publisher Davis Publications issued. This one, from 1976, has thirty stories published from 1958 to 1969.
- Bari Wood, The Basement. Horror.
- Douglas P. Wojtowicz, Don Pendleton's Stony Man: Splintered Sky. Men's adventure. Number 97 in the series.
Monday, June 25, 2012
Basically genre stuff this week.