Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, May 30, 2011


Some nifty books followed me home this week.  Can I keep them?
  • Hugh B. Cave, The Dagger of Tsiang and Other Tales od Adventure (Collection of eleven pulp stories about a British outpost in Borneo) and Escapades of The Eel (collection of fifteen stories about an adventurer/crook originally published in the pulps as by "Justin Case").
  • Allan Drury, A Shade of Difference.  Political novel.
  • Alan Dean Foster, Interlopers (SF novel) and Star Wars:  The Approaching Storm (media tie-in).
  • Harry Harrison, The Stainless Steel Rat Gets Drafted.  SF novel.  An adventure of Slippery Jin diGriz.
  • Brian Hodge, Hellboy:  On Earth As It Is in Hell.  Comic book tie-in.
  • David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas.  Sf novel -- oops, I mean lit'ry SF novel.
  • John Ringo & Julie Cochrane, Sister Time.  SF novel.  Ninth in the "Legacy of Aldenata" series.
  • Clifford D. Simak, The Fellowship of the Talisman.  Fantasy novel.
  • Dan Simmons, Hardcase.  Mystery.  The first Joe Kurtz novel.

     I should mention that the two Hugh B. Cave books were bought on sale from Black Dog Books, one of the very great small publishing houses.  Check them out.

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