Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Almost Done: Last of the New Pile


Tremble: erotic tales of the mystical and sinister by Tobsha Learner.  Erotic fiction.  Page 177 says, "She woke to find her husband [...redacted...] already creating a whirlwind of [...redacted...] trembling."

Others of My Kind by James Sallis.  Girl is kidnapped at eight-years-old and kept captive for two years.  As an adult she is asked to help a girl who survived similar circumstances.  Sallis wrote the crime novels Drive and Driven.  Driven was a great look at Phoenix with the dust, the brown colors, the spread out spaces and high walls separating all the homes.

The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, 2013 edited by Paula Guran.  We have the 2011 edition and that sucker keeps going out.  That and Lansdale has a story in this one, too.

Large Print

Loss of Innocence by Richard North Patterson.  Picture of a lighthouse on the cover. 

Non Fiction

Van Meter Visitor: a true and mysterious encounter with the unknown by Chad Lewis, Noah Voss, and Kevin Lee Nelson.  "For several nights in 1903, the small town of van Meter, IA was terrorized by a giant bat-like creature that emerged from an old abandoned mine."

The Need to Say "No": the importance of setting boundaries in love, life, and your world by Jill Brooke.  Page 95 says, "Here is how you can take the bull by the horns."

Garfield's Sunday Finest: 35 years of my best Sunday funnies by Jim Davis.  My kids have been waiting for this one.  They love Garfield.  A lot.  The read the comics out loud to one another and cackle with laughter.

State of Wisconsin Blue Book, 2013-2014.  No one will read it.  But, it's here anyway.

Audio Book on CD

Self-Help Messiah: Dale Carnegie and success in modern America by Steven Watts.  17 hours on 14 CDs.  "The story of Carnegie's personal journey and how it gave rise to the movement of self-help and personal reinvention."

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