Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, November 24, 2014


  • [Anonymous editor], Prom Nights from Hell.  Collection of five paranormal romance novellas.  Also, True Tales of the Old West.  Remainder book anthology of 29 articles from magazines dated from 1888 to 1909.
  • Nick Bantock, The Golden Mean.  Novel in form of postcards and glued-in letters; the third book in the Griffin & Sabine trilogy.
  • Ben Bova, Millennium.  SF novel in which Bova looks forward to the Millenium from the vantage point of 1976.  Part of the Chet Kinsman saga.
  • Ragan Butler, Captain Nash and the Wroth Inheritance. First in the Captain George Nash mystery series.  Nash is billed as "England's first Private Detective," circa 1771.
  • Gillian Flynn, Sharp Objects.  Mystery.
  • R. A. foster, editor, The Oxford History of Ireland.  Non-fiction
  • Charlaine Harris & Toni L. P. Kelner, editors, Many Bloody Returns.  Vampire anthology with thirteen stories with a birthday theme.
  • Alan Moore, Voice of the Fire.  The debut novel of one of the greatest names in graphic novels.
  • Jill Pascoe, Arizona's Haunted History.  Folklore.
  • Brandon Sanderson, The Alloy of Law.  Fantasy novel in the Mistborn series.
  • H. Allen Smith, How to Write Without Knowing Nothing.  Non-fiction.  Smith would certainly be a good candidate for a Friday Forgotten Book post.
  • F. J. Stimson, King Noanett:  A Story of Old Virginia & Massachusetts Bay.  Historical fiction, dated 1896.
  • Frank Thompson, King Arthur.  Movie tie-in novel.
  • Pamela West, Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper.  Well-researched mystery.

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