Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, January 13, 2014

INCOMING

  • Lawrence Alexander, Speak Softly.  A Theodore Roosevelt mystery.
  • Piers Anthony, The Color of Her Panties and Swell Foop.  Humorous fantasies in the Xanth series.
  • Leo Atkins, Dead Run and Dead Beat.  Connor Gibbs mysteries.
  • Holly Black, Valiant:  A Modern Tale of Faerie.  YA fantasy.
  • Gary Braver, Gray Matter.  Thriller.
  • Orson Scott Card, Ender's Shadow.  SF, a companion volume to Ender's Game.
  • William J. Caunitz, One Police Plaza.  Mystery.
  • Robin Cook, Marker.  Medical thriller.
  • Mary Danby, editor, 65 Great Spinechillers and 65 Great Tales of the Supernatural.  Horror anthologies.
  • August Derleth, The Wind Leans West.  Historical novel, part of Derleth's Wisconsin Saga.
  • David Drake, The Sharp End.  Military SF in the Hammer's Slammers series.
  • James W. Hall, Blackwater Sound.  Thriller.
  • Stephen Hawking, The Universe in a Nutshell.  Science.  Doctor Hawking explains it all.
  • Terry C. Johnston, Wind Walker.  Western.
  • William W. Johnstone, Breakdown.  Yet another post-apocalyptic novel.
  • Terry Jones, Douglas Adams's Starship Titanic.  Gaming tie-in novel, supposedly written in the nude.  No spam, spam, spam, eggs, spam, and eggs though; probably not even a dead parrot or the Spanish Inquisition.  **sigh**
  • "E. E. Knight" (Eric Frisch), Valentine's Rising.  SF, Book Four of the Vampire Earth series.
  • Mercedes Lackey, Bardic Voices, Book I:  The Lark and the Wren and Bardic Voices, Book III:  The Eagle and the Nightingales (fantasies); also the following Valdemar fantasy novels:  Magic's Promise and Magic's Price (Books Two and Three in the Last Herald Mage sequence), Winds of Fury (Book Three of the Mage Winds sequence), Brightly Burning and By the Sword.
  • Louis L'Amour, The Ferguson Rifle and Passin' Through.  Westerns.
  • Garth Nix, Sabriel.  YA fantasy, winner of the Aurealis Award for Excellence in Australian Science Fiction.
  • Wayne D. Overholser, Nugget City.  Western.
  • Don Pendleton, The Excutioner #32:  Tennessee Smash.  Men's action adventure.
  • Terry Pratchett, The Bromeliad.  The fantasy trilogy -- Truckers, Diggers, and Wings -- in an omnibus volume. 
  • Jack Scaparro, Hocus-Pocus.  Horror.
  • "Dell Shannon" (Elizabeth Linington), Spring of Violence.  A Luis Mendoza mystery.

1 comment:

  1. That vehicle above is to cart in the books each week, right?

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