- "Alex Archer" (house name, used by Victor Milan this time), Rogue Angel: Secret of the Slaves. Men's action adventure.
- Orson Scott Card, Ender in Exile. SF novel in the Ender series.
- Angela Carter, The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman. Fantasy.
- Richard Dalby, editor, Vampire Stories. Horror anthology with 18 stories, many familiar.
- Georgette Heyer, The Black Moth. Romance. Kitty's a big Georgette Heyer fan is currently reading a biography of the author, so I picked this up for her.
- Alex Kava, Fireproof. Thriller.
- Elizabeth Linington, Strange Felony. An Ivor Maddox mystery.
- James Lowder & Voronica Whitney-Robinson, Spectre of the Black Rose. Gaming (Ravenloft) tie-in novel.
- "Barbara Michaels" (Barbara Mertz), Patriot's Dream and The Sea King's Daughter. Mysteries published as by "Elizabeth Peters writing as Barbara Michaels."
- China Mieville, Un Lun Dun. Fantasy.
- Kat Richardson, Labyrinth. Fantasy in the Harper Blaine, Greywalker series.
- Karin Slaughter, Criminal and Indelible. Thrillers, the first featuring Will Trent and Amanda Wagner, the second featuring Jeffrey Tolliver and Sara Linton. Criminal also includes a bonus Will Trent/Amanda Wagner short story.
- Osamu Tezuka, Astroboy, Volume 2. Manga collection of four stories. Translated by Frederik L. Schodt.
- Brian Thomsen & Martin H. Greenberg, editors, Alternate Gettysburgs. SF collection of twelve stories and five articles.
- "Charles Todd" (Caroline and Charles Todd), A False Mirror. An Inspector Rutledge mystery.
- Harry Turtledove, The Legion of Videssos and Swords of the Legion. Fantasy, Books three and Four in the Videssos Cycle.
- Karl Edward Wagner, editor, The Year's Best Horror Stories: Volume XVII. Horror anthology, the tenth in the series to be edited by Wagner, with 20 stories.
Small House of Everything
Monday, February 10, 2014
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I will never outdo you!ReplyDelete
Please tell me where all these books go once they arrive in your home each week.I have two copies of a book I need to find somewhere in my house. One should be shelved and the second in a box in one of two rooms, but so far I haven't been able to find either one. Going on the search again ASAP.ReplyDelete
I used to be pretty organized, Kent, and then my computer ate all my files on what books I owned and where they were located. I'm (very) slowly rebuilding the database now. I'm willing to bet, though, that the two copies of your book are lurking somewhere in the piles and boxes that infest my house. :-)ReplyDelete