Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, September 16, 2013


  • David Baldacci, Hour Game.  A Jon Tenney/Rebecca Romin Sean King/Michelle Maxwell thriller.
  • Clive Cussler, with Paul Kemprecos, Serpent.  A Kurt Austin adventure, from the NUMA files.
  • Harlan Coben, Caught.  Thriller.
  • Jeffrey Deaver, The Bodies Left Behind.  A stand-alone thriller.
  • Earlene Fowler, Arkansas Traveler, Br. oken Dishes, Delectable Mountains, Dove in the Window, Goose in the Pond, Mariner's Compass, Seven Sisters, Steps to the Altar, Sunshine and Shadow, and Tumbling Blocks.  Benni Harper mysteries.  The titles are all quilting patterns.  Yep, cozies.
  • P. D. James, The Private Patient.  An Adam Dalgliesh mystery.
  • Louis L'Amour, North to the Rails.  Western.
  • J. Sheridan Le Fanu, Wylder's Hand.  An 1864 mystery written by a master of atmosphere.
  • Madeline L'Engle, An Acceptable Time, Many Waters, A Swiftly Moving Planet, and A Wind in the Door.  YA SF continuing the adventures of the Murry family, whom we met in A Wrinkle in Time.
  • Patricia A. McKillip, The Book of Astrix Wolfe.  YA fantasy.
  • Marcia Muller, The Ever-Running Man.  A Sharon McCone mystery.
  • Jean Rabe, The Day of the Tempest.  Gaming (Dragonlance:  Fifth Age) tie-in novel.
  • "J. D. Robb" (Nora Roberts), Born in Death and Three in Death.  A novel and a collection of three novellas in the Eve Dallas near-future mystery series.
  • Sarah Strohmeyer, Bubbles in Trouble.  Mystery, the return of Bubbles Yablonsky beautician/reporter/sleuth par excellence.

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