Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, June 24, 2013


  • Joe Abercrombie - The Blade Itself.  Fantasy; Book One of The First Law.
  • Kevin J. Anderson - The Edge of the World and The Map of All Things.  Fantasy; the first two volumes in the Terra Incognita series.
  • Alan Bomack - Don Pendleton's Mack Bolan:  Terminal Velocity. Men's action adventure.
  • Marion Zimmer Bradley - Exile's Song.  SF; a Darkover novel.
  • Carleton Carpenter - Cat Got Your Tongue?, The Peabody Experiment, and Stumped.  Mysteries.  Interesting trivia:  Carpenter, an actor/composer/magician/author, earned a gold record way back when for his duet with Debbie Reynolds, Aba Dabba Honeymoon.
  • Jeffrey A. Carver - Dragon Rigger.  Sf/fantasy mash-up.
  • Michael Chabon - Manhood for Amateurs:  The Pleasures and Regrets of a Husband, Father, and Son.  Non-fiction; thirty-nine essays.
  • C. J. Cherryh - Downbelow Station, The Faded Sun:  Kutath, and The Faded Sun:  Shon'jir.  SF novels.
  • Glen Cook - Lord of the Silent Kingdom and The Tyranny of the Night.  Fantasy novels in the Instrumentalities of the Night series.
  • Troy Denning - The Obsidian Oracle.  Gaming (Dark Sun) tie-in novel; Book 4 of the Prism Pentad. 
  • "Robert Doherty" (Robert Mayer) - Area 51:  The Truth.  SF thriller, the seventh (I believe) in the Area 51 series.  From the back cover blurb, I expect credulity will be stretched.
  • Tannarive Due - The Living Blood.  Horror.
  • Margaret Erskine - Harriet Farewell. An Inspector Finch mystery.
  • Elizabeth Forrest - Killjoy.  Horror.
  • Alan Dean Foster - ...Who Needs Enemies?  SF collection with twelve stories.
  • Ray Garton - Pieces of Hate.  Horror collection with nine stories.
  • William Gibson - Zero History.  SF.
  • Jeremiah Healy - Turnabout.   Mystery.
  • Frank Herbert & Brian Herbert - Man of Two Worlds.  SF.
  • William W. Johnstone - The Devil's Heart.  Horror.
  • Paul S. Kemp - Resurrection.  Gaming (Forgotten Realms) tie-in novel; Book VI in R. A. Salvatore's War of the Spider Queen series.
  • Katherine Kerr - The Bristling Wood, Daggerspell, Darkspell, Days of Blood and Fire, The Dragon Revenant, and A Time of Exile.  Fantasy novels in the Deverry and the Westlands series.
  • Richard A. Knaak - Land of the Minotaurs (Volume IV of The Lost Histories) and The Seventh Sentinel (Volume 3 of the Defenders of Magic trilogy).  Gaming (DragonLance) tie-in novels.
  • Sergei Lukyanenko - Night Watch, Twilight Watch, and Day Watch.  The Russian horror trilogy.  Translated by Andrew Bromfield.
  • Dixie Lee McKeone - Tales of Uncle Trapspringer.  Gaming (DragonLance) tie-in novel.
  • Michael Moorcock - The Best of Michael Moorcock.  SF/fantasy collection from the always-inventive, always-interesting Moorcock.  Seventeen stories.  Edited by John Davey with Ann & Jeff VanderMeer.
  • Andrew Neiderman - The Immortals.  Horror.
  • Douglas Niles - The Last Thane (Chaos War series) and Winterheim (Volume Three in the Icewall Trilogy).  Gaming (DragonLance) tie-in novels.
  • Andre Norton & A.C. Crispin - Gryphon's Eyrie and Songsmith.  One fantasy and one SF.
  • Dan Parkinson - The Swordsheath Scroll.  Gaming (DragonLance) tie-in novel; Volume Three in the Dwarven Nations trilogy.
  • [READ Magazine] - Read If You Dare.  Anthology celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the literature magazine published for middle and senior high school students -- with twelve stories, many fantasy and horror.
  • Michael Romkey - I, Vampire.  Horror.
  • Robert Shea & Robert Anton Wilson - Eye in the Pyramid.  Part 1 of the Illuminatus! trilogy at the intersection of Conspiracy and SF.  Great fun.
  • Kevin Stein - Brothers Majere.  Gaming (DragonLance) tie-in novel; Volume Three of the Dragonlance Preludes series.
  • Peter Straub - Sides.  Non-fiction collection with thirty-five pieces, including nineteen reviews/commentaries of Straub books by "Putney Tyson Ridge."
  • Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman - War of the Twins and Test of the Twins.  Gaming (DragonLance) tie-in novels; Volumes II and III in the DragonLance Legends series.
  • Connie Willis & Cynthia Felice - Water Witch.  SF.

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