- Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, Peter and the Sword of Mercy. Number 4 (I think) in this series about Pewter Pan.
- Michael Barson, Lost, Lonely, & Vicious. Postcard book; Barson selected 31 postcards from posters of "the great trash films:" Hot Rod Rumble, Teenage Doll, Problem Girls, Female Fiends, and I Was a Teenage Frankenstein, and 26 other non-Oscar worthy flicks
- Pater Brandvold, Dakota Kill. A western from Mean Pete.
- Mary Brown, Pigs Don't Fly. FantasyChris Claremont, X-Men 2. Movie tie-in.
- Edward de Bono, Eureka! An Illustrated History of Inventions from the Wheel to the Computer. "A London Sunday Times Encyclopedia."
- Larry Gonick, The Cartoon History of the United States.
- Ruby Jean Jenson, Night Thunder. Horror.
- Tamar Siler Jones, Ghosts in the Snow. Debut fantasy.
- The Mabinogion. The root of Welsh mythology, translated by Jeffrey Gantz.
- Anne McCaffrey, Crystal Line. SF novel in the Killashandra series.
- Warren Murphy & Richard Sapir, The Destroyer #29: The Final Death. Men's action-adventure.
- John Passarella, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Ghoul Trouble. Television tie-in.
- Ian Rankin, The Falls and A Question of Blood. Two cases for John Rebus.
- "J. R. Roberts" (Robert J. Randisi), The Gunsmith #310: Way with a Gun. Randisi keeps writing them, so let's keep reading them. Adult western.
- Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Star Trek: Voyager: Section 31: Shadow. Television tie-in.
Small House of Everything
Monday, December 3, 2012
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I would love to see Peter and the Starcatchers but I think it will close before I get to NY again. Nice diversity here.ReplyDelete