Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, February 4, 2013


  • Keith Ablow, The Psychopath.  Thriller.
  • Roger macBride Allen, The Ocean of Years.  SF.
  • Eleanor Arnason, Ring of Swords.  SF.
  • Harrison Arnston, The Big One.  Disaster thriller.
  • "James Axler" (house name; Mark Ellis this time), The Outlanders:  Armageddon Axis.  Post-apocalypse thriller.  I think this is number 10 in the series.
  • Martin Caidin, The Last Fanthom.  SF.
  • Richard Davis, editor, Tandem Horror 3.  Horror anthology with nine stories.
  • Charles de Lint, The Ivory and the Horn.  Fantasy collection with fifteen stories.
  • P. N. Elrod, Dance of the Dead.  Fantasy in the Jonathan Barrett series.
  • Webb Garrison, Civil War Curiosities:  Strange Stories, Oddities, Events, and Coincidences.  Non-fiction.
  • Peter F. Hamilton, A Quantum Murder.  SF.
  • Steve Hamilton, Blood Is the Sky.  An Alex McKnight mystery.
  • Ivan Howard, editor, Things.  SF anthology with six stories.
  • Louis L'Amour, The Strong Shall Live and War Party.  Western collections with ten and eight stories, respectively.
  • Jack McDevitt, Polaris.  SF.
  • Michael McGarrity, Mexican Hat.  A Kevin Kerney mystery.
  • Dennis L.McKiernan, Caverns of Socrates. Fantasy.
  • Rand Miller, with David Wingfield, Myst:  The Book of D'ni. Gaming tie-in novel.
  • L. E. Modesett, Jr., Adiamante.  SF.
  • Michael O'Rourke, The Undine.  Horror.
  • I. M. Peeved & Ed Strnad, 1401 Even More Things That P*ss Me Off.  Really?  "I. M. Peeved"?
  • Jason Pinter, The Guilty.  A Henry Parker mystery.
  • Ian Rankin, Doors Open.  Mystery.
  • Dusty Richards, Trail to Fort Smith.  A Ralph Compton novel.
  • Catherine Shaw, The Riddle of the River.  Mystery.
  • Charles Stross, Halting State.  SF.
  • J. Peder Zane, editor, The Top Ten:  Writers Pick Their Favorite Books.  Lists.

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