- The Beano Annual 2009. Gary Dobbs, the pride of Pontypridd, has often mentioned this UK comic book on his blog, The Tainted Archive. (Check it out, it's a great site.) Thought I'd check it out.
- Friedrich Durrenmatt, Play Strindberg. A play by the Swiss dramatist who often had one foot in the crime and mystery genre. Translated by James Kirkup.
- Andrew Dymond, Farscape: Dark Side of the Sun. Television tie-in novel.
- Radu Florescu, In Search of Frankenstein. Non-fiction that answers the question, "What do you do after having gone In Search of Dracula?" Well, now we know what Dr. Florescu did. The title page notes that Alan Barbour and Matei Cazacu contributed to the book.
- Alan Dean Foster, Greenthieves. SF crime novel.
- Daniel Graham, Jr., The Gatekeepers. Near-future SF novel about the private development of space. There's an introduction by Buzz Aldrin.
- Roger Lancelyn Green, King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table. A classic retelling for children of the saga.
- Paul Lieberman, Gangster Squad. True crime, based on a series of articles in the Los Angeles Times written by Lieberman. The book was published in August as a movie tie-in, so look for Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn (as Mickey Cohen), Nick Nolte, Emma Stone, and Giovanni Ribisi to hit the screens soon.
- John Ringo, Emerald Sea. SF novel, sequel to There Will Be Dragons.
- Allen Steele, Coyote Rising and Coyote Frontier. The second and third books in the Steele's Coyote SF series.
- Liz Wolfe, Natural Selection. Thriller.
- Jack Zipes, Don't Bet on the Prince: Contemporary Feminist Fairy Tales in North America and England. Anthology of sixteen stories (by Tanith Lee, Angela Carter, Judith Viorst, Joanna Russ, Jane Yolen, Anne Sexton, Margaret Atwood, and others) and four critical essays.
Monday, November 19, 2012
It's been a quiet (?) week in Lake WoeIsMe, and I still managed to increase my treasure trove by a baker's dozen.