Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, May 20, 2013


  • George Beahm, The Stephen King Story.  Literary  biography.
  • John Barnes, Apostrophes & Apocalypses.  SF collection of 21 stories and articles.
  • Greig Beck, Beneath the Dark Ice.  Thriller.
  • Ralph Cotton, Valley of the Gun.  Western.
  • Basil Copper, The  Breaking Point, The Empty Silence, The Far Side of Fear, Feedback, Flip-Side, Jet-lag, No Flowers for the General, Tuxedo Park, and A Voice from the Dead.  Mike Faraday mysteries all. 
  • Francisco Goldman, The Long Night of White Chickens.  Literary novel with fantasy elements.
  • Gene Hackman, Payback at Morning Peak.  Yes, that Gene Hackman, and it's a western.
  • Carl Hiaasen, The Downhill Lie.  The mystery author and columnist returns to a sport where he chases a little white ball.
  • Faye Kellerman, The Garden of Eden and Other Criminal Delights.  Mystery collection with seventeen stories.
  • Leo P. Kelley, Good-bye to Earth.  YA SF book (more of a novella, actually); part of the author's Galaxy 5 series.
  • Michael Kurland & "S. W. Barton" (Bart Whaley) - The Last President.  What-if political thriller.  What if the Watergate break-in was never discovered and Nixon remained in office?
  • The Magazine of Fantasy &Science Fiction, March/April, 2011.
  • C. S. Lewis, The Four Loves.  Christian essays.
  • Marjorie M. Lui, Eye of Heaven.  Fantasy, a Dirk & Steele novel.
  • Bill O'Neal, Encyclopedia of Western Gunfighters.  Reference.
  • Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters.  Literary crime novel.
  • George P. Pelecanos, Down By the River Where the Dead Men Go.  A Nick Stefanos mystery.
  • S. D. Perry & Britta Dennison, Wonder Woman.  Movie tie-in based on the comic book.  The book appeared but I don't think the movie ever did.
  • Stephanie Pintoff, In the Shadow of Gotham.  Thriller taking place in 1905 New York.
  • Garfield Reeves-Stevens, Children of the Shroud.  Horror novel involving DNA found on the Shroud of Turin.
  • Robert Vaughan, The Wild Wild West #3:  The Night of the Assassin.  TV tie-in novel.
  • Denton Welch, A Voice Through a Cloud.  The final book, a fictional autobiography, from a (literally) tortured writer who died at age 33.

1 comment:

  1. A western by Gene Hackman? I've got to read this book by one of my favourite actors. I'm sure he writes as well as he acts.