Monday, January 19, 2015

Cold, Cold Chimney Sweeper


Murder at the Book Group by Maggie King. Paperback mystery with lots of purple on the cover.  Chelsea McGuckin did the cover, she lives in New York, give her a call, chat about graphics.

By Winter's Light by Stephanie Laurens.  Romance novel. Lots of snow on the cover.  Cover by Doreen Minuto. Minuto lives in the New York area as well.

The Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust by Alan Bradley.  A Flavia de Luce novel. Joe Montgomery did the cover design for this one.  Dig it, I looked Montgomery up and discovered the Book Cover Design website.

West of Sunset by Stewart O'Nan. F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood. "Designed by Spring Hoteling" I thought Spring Hoteling was a business name, but it must mean this lady. Looks like she does comics, too.

Saint Odd by Dean Koontz. Latest novel in the series. Koontz's author photo has a weird out-of-focus and light effects.  Who did this cover? Why, Scott Biel, of course.

Cold Cold Heart by Tami Hoag.  You can tell Hoag is Big Time Author because she has a full author photo on the back cover.  I do not know if Richard Hasselberger is a Big Time Designer, but he did the cover. I cannot find any good info on the guy, he is an Art Director at Penguin.

The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simson.  Man with regimented life adjusts to marriage.  Evan Gaffney adjusted the cover.  Hey, Gaffney did some covers for Thomas Ditsch.

Vanessa and Her Sister by Priya Parmar.  Parmar "divides her time between Hawaii and London" May as well write, "Parmar divides her time between expensive real estate and super-expensive real estate."

Soul of Discretion by Susan Hill.  Hill wrote The Woman in Black, I have not read the story, seen the play or watched the film.  Book design is by Bathcat Ltd. which is Courtney Andujar.

Secret Wisdom of Earth by Christopher Scotton.  Anne Twomey did this one. Twomey is a Director at Large for the Type Director's Club.

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Trust No One by Jayne Ann Krentz.

Saint Odd by Dean Koontz.

Insatiable Appetite by Stuart Woods.

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