1: Murder of A Beauty Shop Queen – Bill Crider: the incomparable Sheriff Dan Rhodes. Need I say more.
2: Luke Jensen, Bounty Hunter – William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone: first volume in a new western series. The elder brother of Smoke Jensen.
3: Sixkiller, U. S. Marshal- William W. Johnstone with J. A Johnstone: first volume in the new series about the Indian Marshal.
4: The Loner: Bullets Don’t Die – J. A. Johnstone: fifteenth book in the series of the travels of Conrad Browning, aka Kid Morgan, son of Frank Morgan, The Last Gunfighter.
5: Cry of The Wolf – Charles G. West: latest western from the author.
6: This Honest Man(review copy) – Robert J. Sullivan: a science fiction/detective novel.
and the ebooks:
7: Winters’ War – Matthew P. Mayo; reissue of one of the author’s older works. Available in paper as well. Recommendation by James Reasoner was the only excuse I needed.
The next five I picked up because Subterranean Press is having an ebook sale all this month with prices running from $.99 to $2.99.
8: To Be Continued: 1953-58: volume one of the collected stories of Robert Silverberg.
9: To The Dark Star: 1962-68: volume two of the collected works of Robert Silverberg.
10: Something Wild Is Loose: 1969-72: volume three of the collected works of Robert Silverberg.
11: Trips: 1972-73: volume four of the collected works of Robert Silverberg.
12: Cryptic: the best short fiction of Jack McDevitt
That’s all I’ve gotten from the site. If you have an ereader, check them out. There might be other titles there that interest you.
13: Beat To A Pulp: Superhero: the latest from David Cranmer and Scott D. Parker: i’m already enjoying this one.
14: The Fifth Science Fiction Megapack(review copy) – latest collection of new and old science fiction from Wildside Press.
15: The Kolchak Papers: Grave Secrets – Mark Dawidziak: a rare original Kolchak novel. Published in the nineties, distribution was godawful. This came from Moonstone Books and I thought it was a reissue. Apparently not. It looks to be a first edition and surprisingly reasonable. They must have found a cache somewhere. I have another that I paid forty dollars for some years back. It runs now on Amazon at a hundred boos for a new copy, slightly lower for used. This one is a new copy and I got it for a bit over ten bucks. Some explanation required. I had a gift certificate because of previous purchases for $4.60. Without, it would still cost only fifteen bucks. Grab it if you like the Nightstalker.