Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, January 14, 2013


  • Brian Aldiss - The Male Response.  Fiction.
  • Robert Asprin - The Cold Cash War.  SF.
  • Ben Bova - The Green Trap.  Thriller.
  • John Burke, editor - Tales of Unease.  Horror anthology with 21 stories. 
  • Martin Caidin - Almost Midnight and Zoboa.  A thriller and a SF novel.
  • Diane Carey, Peter David, Keith R. DeCandido, Christie Golden, Robert Greenberger, & Susan Wright - Star Trek: Gateways, Book 7 of 7What Lay Beyond.  Television tie-in collection of six linked stories.
  • Deborah Chester - Lucasfilm's Alien Chronicles, Book 2:  The Crimson Claw and Book 3:  The Crystal Eye.  SF.  Tie-in novels with nothing to tie into except a corporation.  Go figure.
  • Glen Cook - The Swordbearer.  Fantasy.
  • John Putnam Demos - Entertaining Satan:  Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England.  Non-fiction.
  • Gordon R. Dickson - The Last Dream and Mindspan.  Twelve fantasy stories and thirteen SF stories, respectively.
  • David Drake - Through the Breach.  Military SF.
  • Alan Dean Foster - The Man Who Used the Universe.  SF.
  • Edmond Hamilton - Doom Star.  SF.
  • John Jakes - Six-Gun Planet.  Sf.  Yee-haw!
  • Glen A. Larson & Michael Resnick - Battlester Galactica:  Galactica Discovers Earth.  Television (yeah, from the first series -- the bad one) tie-in. 
  • Warren Murphy & Richard Sapir, creators - The Destroyer #88:  The Ultimate Death.  Men's action adventure.
  • Larry Niven - The Ringworld Throne.  SF.
  • William F. Nolan - Sinners and Supermen.  Collection of 14 celebrity profiles.
  • Andre Norton - Flight in Yiktor.  SF.
  • Don Pendleton - Copp in the Dark, Copp for Hire, and Copp on Fire.  Pi novels.
  • Cris Ramsay - Eureka:  Substitution Method.  Television tie-in.
  • Mike Resnick - Stalking the Unicorn.  Mystery cum fantasy, or vice versa.
  • Alistair Reynolds - Diamond Dogs, Turquoise Days and Galactic North.  The first collects two short novels, while the second collects eight stories.  SF all.
  • Kate Ross - Cut to the Quick.  Historical mystery with Julian Kestrel.
  • Mark W. Tiedemann - Asimov's Chimera.  Billed as the 'new Isaac Asimov robot mystery."

1 comment:

  1. I got a couple of the Copp novels by Pendleton but haven't read them yet. I still get a kick out of reading the Executioner, Phoenix Force, and Able Team series. They have a loyal following in India.