1: The Lone Ranger Chronicles – edited by Matthew Baugh & Tim Lasiuta: a collection of prose tales that include some of the best western authors in the business.
2: Lady, Go Die! – Max Allan Collins & Mickey Spillane: A novel begun as a sequel to I, THE JURY and put aside. Among partial manuscripts in Spillane’s papers, Collins has finished this, his fourth Hammer collaborative novel.
3: Red Diamond, Private Eye – Mark Schorr: Bill Crider posted on this one and, obsessive as I can be at times, I had to get all three.
4: Ace of Diamonds – Mark Schorr
5: Diamond Rock – Mark Schorr
6: Kolchak, The Night Stalker: The Lost World: C. J. Henderson: a short novel about the infamous monster hunter.
7: Voodoo – Jeffrey Wilds Deaver: his second published novel, it sure to end up on Forgotten Books. Deaver doesn’t even list it, or his first novel, on his web site.
8: The Wind Through The Keyhole – Stephen King: a new Dark Tower novel, he’s numbered it 4.5.
9: Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations: Forgotten History – Christopher L. Bennett: second in the series, these guys are from a future agency that monitors fluctuations in the timeline and repairs them. Kirk is supposed to be the worst offender.
10: Spy Hunt In Dixie(ebook, review copy) – Max Connelly: novella about an MI5 agent being hunted in Louisiana.
11: Bodie: Trackdown(ebook) – Neil Hunter: an ambitious company, Piccadilly Books, bringing back seventies and eighties series in ebook form.
12: Bigfoot Hunters(ebook) – Rick Gualtieri: Bigfoots, I love them.
13: Horse Money(ebook) – Richard Wormser: a freebie from Black Dog Books.
14: Whom Gods Destroy – Clifton Adams: a crime novel from the western author.