Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, March 5, 2012


Another week, another list.  All the e-books were freebies.

  •  Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, March, July/August, September, and October 2004 issues.
  • Kelley Armstrong, Bitten.  Horror.  Book 1 of the Women of the Otherworld series.
  • Barrington J. Bayley, The Zen Gun.  SF.
  • David Clement-Davies, The Sight.  Horror.
  • Jack Dann & Gardner Dozois, editors, Beyond Singularity.  SF anthology with 14 stories.
  • Phil Foglio and Kaja Foglio, Agatha H and the Airship City,  E-book.  Steampunk!
  • Joel Goldman, Die, Lover, Die!  E-book.  Mystery.
  • Terry Goodkind, Phantom.  Fantasy.
  • Heather Graham, DeadlyNight (Paranormal, first in the Flynn Brothers Trilogy) and Dust tp Dust (Paranormal, Book 1 in The Prophecy).
  • Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, Dune:  House Harkonnen.  SF.  One of umpty-ump books based on Frank Herbert's world.
  • L. Ron Hubbard, Buckskin Brigades.  Western.
  • Joseph Kanon, Alibi.  Mystery.
  • Richard Laymon, To Wake the Dead.  Horror.
  • "A. J. Matthews" [Rick Hautala], Looking Glass.  Another one from Maine's Greatest Other Horror Writer.
  • Tom Piccirelli, Clown in the Moonlight.   E-book.  Horror.
  • J. D. Rhoades, Gallows Pole.  E- book.  Mystery.
  • Suzanne Robb, Were-wolves, Apocalypses, and Genetic Mutation, Oh My!  E-book.  Horror collection with three stories.
  • Keith Roberts, Kiteworld.  SF.
  • James Rollins, Black Order.  Thriller.
  • Tom Savage, The Inheritance.  Thriller.
  • Norman Spinrad, Bug Jack Barron.  E-book.  SF filmscript.
  • [Top Suspense Group], Top Suspense:  13 Classic Stories.  E-book.  Anthology with 13 suspense stories.  Go figure.
  • Steven Torres, Lucy Cruz and the Chupacabra Kill.  E-book.  Mystery.
  • L. J. Washburn, Hallam.  E-book.  Collection of four mystery stories featuring cowboy Luca Hallam.
  • Dave White, Witness to Death.  E-book.  Mystery.
  • Dave Zeltserman, Bad Thoughts.  E-book.  Mystery.

1 comment:

  1. I am thinking I should send you a box of books I will never get to. You could do them justice.