- Edward S. Aarons, Assignment - Angelina. A Sam Durrell spy guy thriller.
- L. Frank Baum, The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus. Juvenile fantasy from the creator of the Oz books.
- Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld, Smallville: See No Evil. YA television tie-in; the second in the series.
- William Peter Blatty, Elsewhere. Horror novel. This is the Cemetery Dance edition. [See also Al Sarrantonio's anthology 999, below.]
- Lawrence Block, Hope to Die. Mystery, number 15 in the Matthew Scudder series. I've fallen behind my Block. reading over the last few years and it's time to get back on track.
- "Max Brand" [Frederick Faust], Way of the Lawless. Western.
- Octavia Butler, Clay's Ark and Kindred. Two SF novels by a powerful writer too soon gone.
- Benjamin Capps, A Woman of the People. Western.
- D. G. Compton, Chronocules. SF.
- John Crowley, The Translator. Literary fantasy.
- Samuel R. Delaney, The Bridge of Lost Desire. Fantasy. Three tales from Neveryon.
- "Drake Douglas" [Werner Zimmerman], Creature. Horror.
- J. T. Edson, The Big Gun. Part of his Civil War series.
- Alan Dean Foster, The Last Starfighter. SF novelization of the film.
- Randall Frakes, Terminator 2: Judgment Day. SF novelization of the film that had Arnold as a good cyborg.
- Craig Shaw Gardner, Leprechauns. Novelization of the television film.
- Simon Hawke, Predator 2. SF novelization of the film that didn't have Arnold.
- Robert Hoskins, To Control the Stars. SF novel
- Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, April-March 1989. A full year's run [13 issues, whole numbers 129-141] of the magazine. Some great stories here.
- William W. Johnstone, The Devil's Touch. Horror. The third of four in the series.
- William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone, The First Mountain Man: Preacher's Assault. I think this is #8 in the series. This one was written after WWJ's death.
- Sarah Langan, The Keeper. Horror. Her first novel.
- Richard Laymon, One Rainy Night. Horror. Another writer too soon gone.
- Eric Van Lustbader, Last Snow. A Jack McClure-Alli Carson thriller.
- Bentley Little, University. Horror.
- Graham Masterman, The Pariah. Horror.
- Andre Norton, Follow the Drum: Being the Ventures and Misadventures of one Johanna Lovell, Sometime Lady of Catkept Manor in Kent County of Lord Baltimore's Proprietary of Maryland, in the Gracious Reign of King Charles the Second. Very early (1942) Norton.
- "P. J. Parrish" [Kristy Montee and Kelly Nichols], The Little Death. A Louis Kincaid mystery.
- Steve Perry, Aliens, Book 1: Earth Hive. SF tie-in novel.
- "Clarissa Ross" [W. E. D. Ross], The Haunting of Villa Gabriel and Mists of the Dark Harbor. Two gothic paperback originals by Canada's answer to a writing machine (over 300 books!).
- Kristine Kathryn Rusch, The Fey: The Sacrifice. The first book of the fantasy series.
- Al Sarrantonio, editor, 999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense. Twenty-nine stories, including the original publication William Peter Blatty's Elsewhere [see above].
- Tom Sharpe, Blott on the Landscape. Classic humour from the other side of the Pond.
- Bob Stickgold, The California Coven Project. SF.
- Cate Tiernan, Sweep #1: Book of Shadows. YA fantasy, the first in a looong series.
- Jude Watson, Premonitions. YA horror.
- Henry Kitchell Webster, Who Is the Next? A classic British mystery.
- Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Night Blooming. A Saint-Germain vampire novel, this time set in 800 A.D. Gaul.
Small House of Everything
Monday, December 12, 2011
A decent haul this week. Over forty of them were a dime apiece. God bless thift stores!
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