Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, October 13, 2014


  • Dennis Archer, Cannon's Law.  Western.
  • Kelley Armstrong, Stolen.  Horror in the Women of the Otherworld series, a sequel to Bitten.
  • Rhys Bowen, In a Gilded Cage.  A Molly Murphy mystery.
  • Patricia Briggs, Cry Wolf.  Fantasy, an Alpha and Omega novel.
  • Algis Budrys, editor, L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Volume XXII.  SF anthology with twelve stories and four articles as well as prize-winning art.
  • Queenie Chan, The Dreaming.  Manga. Horror in an Australian girls' boarding school.
  • Peter David, Battleship.  Movie tie-in novel.
  • Norbert Davis, The Adventures of Max Latin.  Five mystery stories from Dime Detective mystery pulp magazine.
  • J. T. Ellison, So Close the Hand of Death.  A Taylor Jackson mystery.
  • Kate Flora, Death in Paradise.  A Thea Kozak mystery.
  • Jon Gardner, Goldeneye.  Movie tie-in novel.
  • "George G. Gilman" (Terry Harkness), Edge #13:  The Hated and #15:  Paradise Loses.  Westerns not for the squeamish.
  • Donald Goines, Dopefiend.  Urban crime.
  • Simon R. Green. Blue Moon Rising.  Fantasy.
  • Charlaine Harris, Grave Secret and Grave Surprise.  Two novels in the Harper Connelly series about an anthropology professor who can find people.
  • Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson, Dune:  The Butlerian Jihad and Dune:  House Corrino.  Prequels to Brian Herbert's classic series.  These...evidently not so much classics, although these prequels seem never-ending.
  • Gary L. Holleman, Ungrateful Dead.
  • Jonathan Kellerman, Savage Spawn:  Reflections on Violent Children.  Non-fiction in Ballantine's Library of Contemporary Thought series.
  • Deborah LeBlanc, Family Inheritance.  Horror.
  • Paul Levinson, The Silk Code.  SF, winner of the 2000 Locus Award for Best First Novel.
  • Kurt Mahr, Perry Rhodan #98:  The Idol from Passa.  Novel in the long-running German juvenile-ish SF series, with added Ackermania in this English translation series.
  • George R. R. Martin, editor, Wild Cards XVI:  Deuces Down.  A mosaic SF novel written by seven authors.  (Melinda M. Snodgrass, assistant editor.)
  • Paul McAuley, Pasquale's Angel.  Alternate history SF.
  • David Morrell, Double Image.  Thriller.
  • Douglas Niles, The Druid Queen.  Gaming (Forgotten Realms) tie-in novel.
  • R. A. Salvatore, The Spine of the World.  Gaming (Forgotten Realms) tie-in novel.
  • Lisa Smedman, Extinction.  Gaming (Forgotten Realms) tie-in novel, the fourth in the multi-author War of the Spider Queen series based on a concept by R. A. Salvatore.
  • W. C. Tuttle, Trouble at War Eagle/The Redhead of Aztec Wells.  Two western novels, the first (actually a novella) features Hashknife Hartley and Sleepy Stephens.
  • Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman, Dragons of the Winter Night (Gaming [DragonLance] tie-in novel; Volume II in the DragonLance Chronicles).  Also, Well of Darkness and Guardians of the Lost (Volumes One and Two of the Sovereign Stone trilogy).  Fantasies all.

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