Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, September 1, 2014


  • Margot Arnold, Dirge for a Dorset Druid.  A Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower mystery.
  • S. J. Bolton, Blood Harvest.  Billed as a "Modern Gothic."
  • Jeanne M. Dams, Denise Dietz, Cynthia P. Lawrence, & Valerie S. Malmount, A Feast of Crime.  Collection of four mystery novellas.
  • Brian Herbert, Sudanna, Sudanna.  Humorous SF novel.
  • Barb Hendree, Blood Memories.  A Vampire Memories novel.
  • Ellen Kushner, Choose Your Own Adventure #58:  Statue of Liberty Adventure.  Juvenile about a young girl transported to 1907 on a ship of immigrants heading to America.  There's enough alternate endings to keep the folks at Ellis Island busy for weeks.
  • Camilla Lackberg, The Ice Princess.  An Erica Falck/Patrik Hedstrom mystery.  Translated by Steven T. Murray.
  • Joe R. Lansdale, Trapped in the Saturday Matinee.  A collection of 20 pieces by Hisownself and I'm not even going to try to classify them.  Included is "Duck-Footed," which has had a hard-to-find separate publication.  This one was bought with an Amazon gift card that I received last Christmas -- and, yes, I procrastinate.
  • Tanith Lee, The Silver Metal Lover.  SF.
  • Julian May, Jack the Bodiless.  SF, Book One of the Galactic Milieu trilogy. An uncorrected proof.
  • Anne McCaffrey & Elizabeth Scarborough, Maelstrom.  SF, Book Two of The Twins of Petaybee.
  • H. Warner Munn, The Lost Legion.  Historical novel of the Roman Empire.  One of a zillion books on my want list.
  • Deborah Noyes, editor, Gothic!  Ten Original Dark Tales.  YA anthology.
  • Jody Lynn Nye, Taylor's Ark.  SF.
  • Mel Odom, The Rover, Shadowrun:  Headhunters, and Shadowrun:  Preying for Keeps.  Fantasies, the last two being gaming tie-in novels.
  • Steve Perry, Leonard Nimoy's Primortals:  Target Earth.  Gaming tie-in novel.
  • Frederik Pohl, The Siege of Eternity.  SF, the second book in the Eschaton Sequence.
  • Kathy Reichs, Spider Bones.  A Temperance Brennan mystery.
  • Charles Sheffield, editor, How To Save the World.  SF anthology with thirteen stories.
  • Stephen Woodworth, In Golden Blood.  Mystery, the third in the Natalie Lindstom series about a woman who can speak to the dead.
  • Patricia C. Wrede, The Enchanted Forest Chronicles.  Omnibus of four fantasies:  Dealing with Dragons, Searching for Dragons, Calling on Dragons, and Talking to Dragons.
  • Jane Yolen & Bruce Coville, Armageddon Summer.  YA novel about two kids whose parents believe the world will end on July 27.
I also picked up a bunch of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 gaming tie-in books:
  • Dan Abnett, The Armour of Contempt (Gaunt's Ghosts), Double Eagle (Sabbatt Worlds), His Last Command (Gaunt's Ghosts), Only In Death (Gaunt's Ghosts), Ravenor:  The Omnibus (contains Ravenor, Ravenor Returned, & Ravenor Rogue), The Saint (Gaunt's Ghosts omnibus containing Honour Guard, The Guns of TanithStraight SilverSabbatt Martyr), and Traitor General (Gaunt's Ghosts).
  • Ben Counter, Daemon World.
  • Aaron Dembski-Bowden, Cadian Blood (Imperial Guard).
  • Marc Gascoigne & Christian Dunn, editors, Let the Galaxy Burn (Warhammer 40,000 antholgy with 38 stories) and Tales of the Old World (Warhammer anthology with 36 stories).
  • Sandy Mitchell, Cain's Last Stand (Ciaphas Cain), Duty Calls (Ciaphus Cain), Innocence Proves Nothing (Dark Heresy), and Scourge the Heretic (Dark Heresy).
  • Steve Parker, Gunheads (Imperial Guard).
  • Rob Sanders, Redemption Corps (Imperial Guard).
  • Steven Savile, Vampire Wars (Warhammer Von Carstein Trilogy omnibus containing Inheritance, Dominion, and Retribution).
  • Michel Scanlon, Steve Lyons, & Steve Parker, Imperial Guard Omnibus:  Volume One (contains Fifteen Hours by Scanlon, Death World by Lyons, and Rebel Winter by Parker).
  • Lucien Soulban, Desert Raiders (Imperial Guard).
  • Gav Thorpe, The Last Chancers (omnibus containing 13th Legion, Kill Team, and Annihilation Squad).
  • C. L. Werner, Forged by Chaos (Warhammer Age of Reckoning) and Brunner (Warhammer Bounty Hunter). 
  • Chris Wraight, Iron Company (Empire Army).
  • Henry Zou, Blood Gorgons (Bastion Wars), Emperor's Mercy (Bastion Wars), and Flesh and Iron (Bastion Wars).

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