- Joan Aiken, The Midnight Moropus. Children's story. The last moropus survives only as a lonely ghost.
- Donald Barthelme, Snow White. A literary retelling of the fairy tale. Barthelme pulled out all the pyrotechnics in this cobbled-together novel.
- Terry Carr, editor, On Our Way to the Future. Sf anthology with ten stories.
- Barbara J. Ferrenz, Worse Than Death. Mystery novel. Horror writer Theodora Zed must catch "The Vampire Killer." Signed and inscribed to the previous owner.
- "Dirk Fletcher" (Chet Cunningham), Spur Double Edition: Colorado Cutie and Texas Tease. Omnibus of two novels in the adult western series.
- Rick Hautala, Winter Wake. Horror novel. Evil comes to Glooscap Island.
- Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie, Wicked, Book 3: Resurrection. YA fantasy, the concluding book in the trilogy. A new threat faces the Cahors family of witches.
- Bernie Lee, Murder Takes Two. A Tony and Pat Pratt mystery. Murder in a London recording studio.
- Paul Levine, Slashback. A Jake Lassiter mystery. Football player turned attorney Lassiter tackles the death of a lawyer turned drug dealer.
- Chris Pavone, The Accident. A literary agent in New York, a CIA operative in Copenhagen, and an author in Zurich cross paths in this thriller.
- Lynda S. Robinson, Eater of Souls. Historical mystery. Lord Meron, the Eyes and Ears of the Pharaoh, must find a shadowy murderer who is terrorizing the citizens of Memphis.
- S. M. Sterling & David Drake, The General, Book II: The Hammer. Military SF, written by Sterling from a detailed outline by Drake.
Small House of Everything
Monday, May 18, 2015
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Except for the Robinson, all new to me.ReplyDelete