Despite efforts to limit incoming, in light of having too many things already, sometimes it can’t be helped. That may be a good thing. So here’s a varied lineup of recent arrivals.
The Singers of Time by Frederick Pohl and Jack Williamson [Bantam Books 1991 mass market paperback] – science fiction novel. Collaboration of two fine SF authors. This is new to me, I saw mention and/or review of it recently, perhaps on the Black Gate blog. Sounds intriguing.
Speaker For The Dead by Orson Scott Card [Tor 1987 mass market paperback] – science fiction novel. Sequel to Ender’s Game. I’ve been meaning to read this for years, and a review on the Little Red Reviewer blog motivated me to get a copy.
Murder For Two by George Harmon Coxe [Dell 1943 mass market paperback (map back) – mystery novel. A Flash Casey Mystery. Loaned to me by a friend. I’ve included a scan of the map back.
Silent Are The Dead by George Harmon Coxe [Alfred A. Knopf 1942 hardcover] – mystery novel. Loaned to me by a friend. I’m looking forward to reading these two Flashgun Casey novels, after having read some short stories recently.
The Collected Captain Future Volume Three by Edmund Hamilton [Haffner Press 2013 hardcover] – pulp science fiction short story/novelette collection. After reading Allen Steele’s Avengers on the Moon, I really wanted to try some of the original Captain Future stories.
Illustration issue number Fifty six/ I’m a subscriber and get hours of pleasure from this fine magazine.