The Good The Bad And The Infernal, 2013, Guy Adams
A weird western about several disparate groups of individuals trying to find Wormwood, a semi-mythical town that appears once every 100 years, containing a doorway to the afterlife. This time (the 1890s) it appears somewhere in the American West.
It’s a brisk book, with an engaging set of characters, even if a few of them are trying too hard to be memorable.
Thor, 1994 ed., Wayne Smith
So, I’ve been trying to get a copy of this for a long time, and finally found an affordable version online.
That the werewolf fighting dog on the color has Apollo’s coloration was a nice bonus.
The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane, 1975 ed., Laird Koenig
The problem with writing a novel that deliberately leaves certain details open to interpretation, is that people tend to be really bad at basing their theories about what’s happening on actual textual evidence.
What I’m saying is, don’t read “fan theories” about this book or the film adaptation if you don’t want to be annoyed with nerds.
The Companions of Doctor Who: K-9 and Company, 1987, Terence Dudley
How the story of a young female journalist and her robot dog fighting Satanists in rural England didn’t get picked up for a full series, I will never know…