- Terrell L. Bowers, Destiny at Broken Spoke. Western.
- Max Brand, Don Diablo. Western collection with three stories featuring Jim Tyler. The stories were originally published in Western Story Magazine in 1932 as by "Peter Henry Moreland".
- "Lyle Brandt" (Mike Newton), The Lawman: Helltown. Western, probably the third in the series.
- Peter Brandtvold, .45-Caliber Fury. Western, probably the second in a series.
- Matt Braun, El Paso and The Wild Ones, and Hangman's Creek and Jury of Six. Westerns with two novels in each omnibus.
- Lee Child, The Hard Way, One Shot, and Without Fail. Jack Reacher thrillers.
- Ralph Compton (actually, Dick Vaughn), Demon's Pass. Posthumous western, "A Ralph Compton novel by Dick Vaughn."
- Kit Dalton, Buckskin #13: Gunpoint and #14: Lever Action. Adult westerns.
- Gardner Dozois and Stanley Schmidt, editors, Roads Not Taken: Tales of Alternate History. SF anthology with ten stories, seven from Asimov's Science Fiction and three from Analog Science Fiction and Fact.
- Frances Fyfield, Not That Kind of Place. Mystery.
- David Hadju, The Ten-Cent Plague: The Great Comic Book Scare and How It Changed America. Nonfiction.
- Diana Henstell, The Other Side. Horror.
- Jake Logan, Slocum #207: Blood on the Rio Grande and #213: Slocum and the Great Southern Hunt. Adult westerns.
- John Lutz, Night Kills. Thriller.
- Tim Parks, Home Thoughts and Tongues of Flame. Novels.
- George P. Pelecanos, Nick's Trip. A Nick Stefanos Mystery.
- David Shobin, The Center. Medical thriller.
- Brian Scott Smith, When Shadows Fall. Horror.
- Thorne Smith, Rain in the Doorway. Humorous fantasy. One of the very few Smith books I haven't read.
- Christopher Stasheff, The Warlock Unlocked and The Warlock Wandering. Fantasies.
- Whitley Strieber, Billy. Thriller, with no grey aliens that I could see.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Lots of good stuff this week, mainly wesrterns and thrillers. I'm particularly happy with the Thorne Smith and the Hadju.