Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, April 13, 2015


  • Richard Adams, The Day Gone By.  An autobiography by the author of Watership Down.
  • Kevin J. Anderson, Of Fire and Light.  SF.  Book 5 in The Saga of Seven Suns sequence.
  • "Lyle Brant" (Michael Newton), Rebel Gun.  Western.
  • James Lee Burke, Heartwood.  A Billy Bob Holland mystery.
  • Lee Child, Persuader.  A Jack Reacher thriller.
  • Reed Farrel Coleman, Robert B. Parker's Blind Spot.  The fourth post-Parker Jesse Stone mystery, following three noels by Michael Brandman.
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Through the Magic Door.  Non-fiction.  A survey of some of the author's favorite books by way of a tour through his personal library.  Yes, the book is available online, but this paperback edition spoke to me.
  • Joan Hess, Deader Homes and Gardens.  A Claire Malloy mystery.
  • George R. R. Martin, editor, Card Sharks, Jokers Wild, and Marked Cards.  Three volumes in Martin's Wild Cards series -- anthologies disguised as "mosaic novels," in which an alien virus produced a world of superheros.
  • Larry Niven, creator, Man-Kzin Wars XII.  Shared world SF anthology with six stories, part of Niven's Known Space series.
  • "J. D. Robb" (Nora Roberts), Delusion in Death. Indulgence in Death, and Memory in Death.  Near future mysteries featuring Eve Dallas.  I'm beginning to think Roberts writes one of these every other day.
  • Laura Joh Rowland, The Pillow Book of Lady Wisteria. A Sano Ichiro mystery, set in 17th century Japan.
  • Karin Slaughter, Undone.  A Will Trent/Faith Mitchell/Sara Linton mystery.
  • Jason Starr, Lights Out.  Crime novel.
  • Randy Wayne White, Everglades.  A Doc Ford mystery.
  • R. D. Zimmerman, Blood Trance.  Mystery, the second in theseries featuring brother and sister detectives Maddy and Alex Phillips.

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