Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, December 10, 2012


  • Kevin J. Anderson, editor, Tales from Jabba's Palace.  SF movie tie-in anthology with nineteen stories.
  • Jay Bonansinga, Twisted.  Thriller.
  • Robert Buettner, Overkill.  SF.
  • Martin Caiden, Fork-Tailed Devil: The P-38.  Non-fiction.
  • Victor Canning, The Finger of Saturn.  Thriller.
  • Matthew J. Costello, Sleep Tight.  Horror.
  • John Creasey, The Toff on Fire.  Mystery.
  • Justin Cronin, The Passage.  SF.
  • Frank De Felitta, Golgotha Falls.  Horror.
  • Charles de Lint, The Blue Girl.  Fantasy.
  • Keith R. A. DeCandido. Buffy the Vampire Slayer:  The Zander Years, Vol. 1.  Television tie-in.
  • Ron Dee, Descent  Horror.
  • "William Dobson" (Michael Butterworth), Ripper.  Horror.
  • David Drake, In the Stormy Red Sky.  Military SF, the seventh in the Daniel Leary/RCN series.
  • Doranna Durgin, Storm of Reckoning.  Romantic fantasy, sequel to The Reckoners.
  • John Farris The Captors and Sharp Practice.  Thrillers.
  • Dan Fesperman, The Small Boat of Great Sorrows.  Thriller.
  • Eric Flint, 1812:  The Rivers of War.  Alternate history SF.
  • Eric Flint & David Drake, Destiny's Shield.  Military SF novel in the Belisarius series.
  • Joanne Fluke, Winter Chill.  Thriller.
  • Harold Lee Friedman, Crib.  Horror.
  • Christopher Cook Gilmore, Road Kills.  Thriller.
  • Kenneth Girard, Altered Egos.  Horror.
  • Christopher Golden & Ford Lytle Gilmore, Horseman.  YA horror, Book One in The Hollow series.
  • Stephen Gresham, Blood Wings, Demon's Eye, and Runaway. Horror all.
  • David Hagberg, Last Come the Children.  Horror.
  • Laurell K. Hamilton, Nightseer.  Fantasy.  The author's first novel.
  • Paul Harding, The Nightingale Gallery. Historical mystery, "Being the First of the Sorrowful Mysteries of Brother Athelstan."
  • Cory J. Herndon, Ravnica.  Gaming (Magic:  The Gathering) tie-in; Ravnica Cycle, Book 1.
  • Phil Hirsch, editor, Great True Stories of the Wild West.  Thirteen articles (some apparentl;y fictionized) of men who would become legends.
  • Leslie Alan Horvitz & H. Harris Gerhard, M.D., Double-Blinded.  Horror.
  • Trevor Hoyle, Kids.  Horror.
  • Tanya Huff, Smoke and Mirrors.  Horror.
  • Jessie Prichard Hunter, Blood Music.  Horror
  • Ruby Jean Jenson, Annabelle, Best Friends, Celia, Lost and Found, and House of Illusions.  Horror.
  • William W. Johnstone, Carnival and Sandman.  Horror.
  • Darielle Keith,  Dark Union.  Horror.
  • Laird Koenig, Rockabye.  Thriller.
  • Christopher Keane & William D. Black, M.D., Christmas Babies.  Horror.
  • Ed Kelleher & Harriette Vidal, The School.  Horror.
  • Bentley Little, The Return.  Horror.
  • Anne McCaffrey & Elizabeth Moon, Generation Warriors.   SF, third in the Planet Pirates series.
  • Bill McCay, Stargate:  Rebellion.  Movie (not television) tie-in.
  • Scott McGough, Outlaw Champions of Kamigawa.  Gaming (Magic:  The Gathering tie-in); Kamigawa Cycle, Book 1.
  • Michael Moorcock, Tales From the End of Time.  SF omnibus of two books, the three-novella Legends From the End of Time and the novel A Messiah at the End of Time (aka, The Transformation of Miss Mavis Ming).
  • Frank Peretti, Monster.  Horror.  The inside blurbs praise Paretti as a Christian, faith-based writer.
  • Robert Sheckley, Aliens:  Alien Harvest.  Part of a movie tie-in franchise.
  • John Shirley, Demons.  Horror.
  • Barbara Smith, Ghost Stories of Washington.  Folklore from the Evergreen State.
  • Bruce Sterling, Globalhead and Holyfire.  An SF collection with thirteen stories and an SF novel.
  • S. M. Sterling & David Drake, The General:  Book IV: The Steel.  SF.
  • J. N. Williamson, Babel's Children.  Horror.
  • Timothy Zahn, Terminator Salvation: From the Ashes.  Movie tie-in.

1 comment:

  1. I think this is the biggest haul yet. I have been toying with reading the Cronin books. Loved his first novel O'Neal and Mary or something like that. Even wrote him a fan letter.