- "Thomas Altman" [Robert W. Campbell], The True Bride. Suspense/horror.
- Desmond Bagley, The Tightrope Men and The Enemy. Omnibus volume of two thrillers.
- Martin Caiden, The Final Countdown. Movie tie-in edition. The USS Nimitz as a time traveller.
- Italo Calvino, The Baron in the Trees. Literary fantasy.
- Glen Cook, Bleak Seasons. Fantasy, Book One of Glittering Stone and the sixth chronicle of the Black Company.
- Peter Dickinson, Tulku. YA novel. Winner of the Whitbread Literary Award and the Carnagie Medal
- J. T. Ellison, The Immortals. A Taylor Jackson mystery.
- Donald Goines, Never Die Alone. Black urban crime novel.
- Christopher Golden, Hellboy: The Lost Army. Comic book tie-in.
- Heather Graham, Dead on the Dance Floor, Deadly Gift, and Hurricane Bay. Thrillers, with Deadly Gift being the third in her Flynn Brothers trilogy.
- Paula Guran, editor, The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2010. Anthology with 39 stories.
- Adam Hall, The Kobra Manifesto. A Quiller spy-guy thriller.
- Donald Hamilton, Assassins Have Starry Eyes. Crime thiller, formerly titled Assignment--Murder.
- Barry T. Hawkins, Puppet Master. Horror.
- Tim Heald, editor, A Classic Christmas Crime. Thirteen stories in this follow-up to Heald's A Classic English Crime.
- Martin James, Night Glow. Horror.
- Williuam Katz, Visions of Terror. Horror.
- Marc Laidlaw, The 37th Mandala. Winner of the International Horror Guild Award.
- T. J. MacGregor, Total Silence. Thriller.
- Andre Norton & Mary H. Schaub, The Magestone. The second book of the Secrets of the Witch World trilogy. Fantasy.
- Stewart O'Nan and Stephen King, Faithful: Two Diehard Boston Red Sox Fans Chronicle the Historic 2004 Season. Baizeball has been bery, bery good to them.
- Roberta E. Pearson and William Uricchio, editors, The Many Lives of The Batman: Critical Approaches to a Superhero and His Media. Nonfiction collection of ten critical articles.
- James Reno, Creed's Law. Western, #5 in the Anthem Family series.
- Leslie Rule, Whispers fron the Grave. Horror.
- Nick Sharman, Judgment Day. Horror.
- Art Spiegleman and Francoise Mouly, editors, RAW: Open Wounds from the Cutting Edge of Commix, Volume Two, Number 1.
- John Stevens, editor, Ten Canadian Short Plays. Includes Overlay, a 1948 play by Robertson Davies. Woot!
- Paul Tremblay, The Little Sleep. Noir.
- David Weber, Ashes of Victory, Echoes of Honor, Field of Dishonor, Flag in Exile, Honor Among Enemies, The Honor of the Queen, In Enemy Hands, On Basilisk Station, and The Short Victorious War. The first nine books in the military SF series featuring Honor Harrington.
- K. D. Wentworth, editor, L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume XXV. SF anthology with twelve stories chosen from the 2009 contest, plus several articles.
- Donald E. Westlake, Memory. A lost novel from the master.
- Mona Williams, The Messenger. Horror.
- Pat Winter, Driver. Horror.
Small House of Everything
Monday, November 7, 2011
Hummm. A lot of horror this week and a lot of Honor.