- Daniel Easterman, The Name of the Beast. Thriller. Easterman is a pseudonym for Mid-East scholar Dennis MacEoin, who also writes horror novels as "Jonathan Ayecliffe".
- George Gilman, Edge series: #2 Ten Grand; #4 Killer's Breed; #5 Blood on Silver; and #26 Death Drive. Adult westerns. Gilman is a pseudonym for Terry Harknett.
- Jonathan Fast, The Inner Circle. Horror. Fast is the son of novelist Howard Fast and a distinguished writer in his own right.
- Christopher Golden, editor, The New Dead: A Zombie anthology. Horror anthology.
- Sarah Gran, Come Closer. Horror novel.
- James Herbert, The Fog. Horror novel.
- Carol Hightshoe, editor. Space Sirens. SF Anthology. #2 in the Full-Throttle Space Tales series.
- Richard Laymon, Beware. Horror novel.
- Jonathan Letham & Carter Scholz, Kafka Americana. SF collection. Two stories by Letham, two by Scholz, and one collaboration.
- Michael Moore, Stupid White Men...and Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation. Non-fiction. Nobody rants like Moore. (Actually, this book is one my wife snagged and she made me read the first chapter on the ride home; Moore doesn't care for Dubya.)
- Arthur W. Saha, editor, The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 13. Fantasy anthology. Covers 1986.
- Robert J. Sawyer, 1terations. SF collection.
- John Saul, Black Creek Crossing. Horror novel. Another of his children in danger novels.
- Dave Ulanski with Garrett Anderson, editors, Werewolves: Dead Moon Rising. Horror Anthology. A "Moonstone Monsters anthology".
- Stewart Wieck, editor, The Beast Within. Horror anthology. A Vampire: The Masquerade anthology.
- Robert Westall, The Best of Robert Westall, Volume Two: Shades of Darkness. YA horror collection, but Westall, like Joan Aiken, can be read and appreciated by all ages.
- Charles Wilkins, editor, The Wolf's Eye: Twenty Stories from Northwestern Ontario. Fiction anthology. This copy was inscribed and signed by "Dorothy", evidently contributor Dorothy Colby.
- Colin Wilson, The Mind Parasites. SF/horror novel.
- F. Paul Wilson, Dydeetown World. SF novel.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Mainly horror and SF this time, with some early Edge westerns thrown in for good measure: