Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, May 12, 2014


  • Amazing Stories, July 1968.  an issue from Harry Harrison's brief run as editor.  A lead novelet by Samual R. Delany and reprints from Edmond Hamilton, Paul Fairman, "Ivar Jorgenson" (Randall Garrett this time out), and Milton Lesser.
  • Brian Ball, Montengrin Gold.  Mystery.
  • Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier, editors - Zombies vs. Unicorns.  YA fantasy anthology with twelve stories.
  • Chaz Brenchley, Bridge of Dreams.  Fantasy.
  • Marjorie Dorner, Family Closets.  Suspense.
  • Gordon R. Dickson, Lost Dorsai.  SF, a short novel and a short story from Dickson's Childe Cycle, as well as an except from David W. Wixon's A Childe Cycle Concordance.
  • G. K. Chesterton, The Everlasting Man.  The history of the world as informed by the Incarnation.  Chesterton considered this book's content to be more history than religion.
  • Clive Cussler & Paul Kemprecos - Blue Gold.  Thriller from the NUMA Files.  I like Kemprecos.
  • "Tabor Evans," Longarm and the Killer Countess.  Number 383 in this long-running adult western series.
  • Christopher Golden, Strangewood.  Horror from one of the best in the genre.
  • Denis Johnson, Jesus' Son.  Literary collection of eleven stories.
  • Dean Koontz, What the Night Knows.  Thriller.  This edition also has the novella Darkness Under the Sun, previously only available as an e-Book.
  • Virginia Lanier, Blind Bloodhound Justice.  Dog mystery.  Signed.
  • "Jake Logan," Slocum and the Trick Shot Artist.  Number 402 (!) in this long-running adult western series.
  • Barry B. Longyear, Sea of Glass.  SF.
  • Elaine Mercado, R.N., Grave's End.  Paranormal.  Mercado's supposedly true story of living in a haunted house in Brooklyn.  Introduction by "ghost hunter" Hans Holzer.  As you can tell, I love this sort of bushwah.
  • Christopher Rice, A Density of Souls and Light Before Day.  Thrillers from a rising author who happens to be the son of Anne Rice.
  • R. A. Salvatore, Starless Night.  Gaming (Forgotten Realms) tie-in novel.
  • Patricia Sprinkle, Sins of the Fathers.  A Family Tree mystery.
  • "Charles Todd," Wings of Fire. The mother and son writing team with a historical mystery featuring Inspector Ian Rutledge, the second in the series.
  • Donald E. Westlake, The Road to Ruin. A Dortmunder caper.
  • Carlos Ruiz Zafon, The Angel's Game.ake Literary mystery.

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