- "Lynn Abercrombie" (Walter Sorrels), Blind Fear. A Cold Case Thriller.
- Kelley Armstrong, Men of the Underworld. Collection of four supernatural romance stories.
- Stephen Vincent Benet, The Stephen Vincent Benet Pocket Book. Collection of 18 stories and 33 poems, edited by Robert van Gelder. A pretty beat-up first paperback edition (1946) culled from 1942's Selected Works of Stephen Vincent Benet. I'm a sucker for his stories.
- Martin Caidin, Fork-Tailed Devil: The P 38. Non-fiction. The story the World War II fighter plane and its pilots.
- Douglas Clegg, The Vampiricon: The Priest of Blood. Horror. The first in a trilogy.
- Martin Gardner, Fads & Fallacies in the Name of Science. A classic book on pseudoscience, themed "a study in human gullibility." This is the 1957 expanded and revised second edition of the 1952 book In the Name of Science.
- "Linda Grant" (Linda V. Wilson) - A Woman's Place. A Catherine Sayler mystery.
- Laurell K. Hamilton, A Caress of Twilight. A romantic fantasy featuring L.A. private eye Meredith Gentry
- Robert S. Johnson, with Martin Caidin, Thunderbolt! Non-fiction, Biography of a World War II fighter pilot and the story of the 56th Fighter Group.
- Daniel Keyes, The Asylum Prophecies. Thriller.
- Harold Q. Masur, The Legacy Lenders. A Scott Jordan mystery.
- "Jack McKinney" (Brian Daley & James Lucerno), Robotech #7 Southern Cross/#8 Metal Fire/#9 The Final Nightmare. Television tie-in omnibus containing three novels from the series.
- Thomas M. Reid, The Sapphire Cescent. Gaming (Forgotten Realms) tie-in novel, the first in The Scions of Arrabar Trilogy.
- Candace Robb, The Kings' Bishop. An Owen Archer medieval mystery.
- Harry Stein, Infinity's Child. Medical thriller.
- Aimee & David Thurlo, Enemy Way. An Ella Clan mystery.
- F. Paul Wilson, The LaNague Chronicles. Libertarian SF omnibus of three novels, slightly rearranged: An Enemy of the State, Healer, and Wheels within Wheels.
- John Zakour, The Blue-Haired Bombshell. Humorous SF novel featuring Zachary Nixon Johnson, the last freelance PI on Earth. This is the fifth in the series, the first three being co-written with Lawrence Ganem.
Monday, February 2, 2015
Happy Groundhog Day!