Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 7th February 2009

in hardback:

Walter H. HuntA Song in Stone contemporary mystery involving Rosslyn Chapel and the Templars. I should have mentioned this back in November last year….  And Transreal Fiction is referred to, if not actually named!

Thomas M. DischThe Proteus Sails Again his final novella, published as a nice little dustjacketed h/c by Subterranean Press

in large format:

Lisa TuttleThe Mysteries this came out some time ago, but I’ve not had it in stock before… a woman’s disppearance has parallels to an ancient Celtic myth… much of it is set in Scotland

in ‘B’ format:

G. W. DahlquistThe Dark Volume sequel the The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters, which I enjoyed a lot. This carries on almost without pause from the end of the earlier book… Weird, quasi-Victorian adventure

in paperback:

Taylor AndersonInto the Storm the first Destroyermen novel – an aging destroyer in WW2 finds itself on an alternate earth where evolution has taken a different path and the ship and it’s crew may tip the balance of power either way…
Jim ButcherSmall Favour the 10th bookof the Dresden Files series, out ahead of the US edition…
Patricia BriggsBone Crossed 4th in the Mercy Thompson series that began with Moon Called
Kristine Kathryn RuschDuplicate Effort a new Retrieval Artist novel; the 7th I think, although, annoyingly, the rest are out of print…
Gail Z. Martin Dark Haven the 3rd of the Chronicles of the Necromancer

William DeitrichThe Rosetta Key the 2nd of the Ethan Gage adventures, following on from Napoleon’s Pyramids. Good historical fun!

Rachel CaineUndone the first of her new Outcast Season books, which follow on from the 6 book Weather Warden series…
S. L. FarrellA Magic of Twilight the 1st in his Nessantico Cycle, set in a fantasy Rennaissance…

Margaret RonaldSpiral Hunt Genevieve Scelan has a scent for magic. Literally.
Marcus PelegrimusBlood Blade the 1st in the Skinners series; Skinners keep the monsters at bay, but there are ever fewer of them to do the task…

Forgotten RealmsUnholy the 3rd in The Haunted Lands series, by Richard Lee Byers

Crime Spells – original fantasy anthology edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Loren Coleman


February 3, 2009 - Posted by | Transreal New Titles


  1. > And Transreal Fiction is referred to, if not actually named!

    It’s very late in the book. But one of the final scenes – in modern-day Edinburgh – takes place in an office a few floors up in the Grassmarket building that houses Transreal. Maybe I can work the bookstore name directly into the sequel . . .

    Walter H. Hunt.

    Comment by hotc | February 3, 2009 | Reply

  2. That would be neat!
    Your book is on my ‘to read’ list, but there are a few others ahead of it, I’m afraid!


    Comment by transrealfiction | February 4, 2009 | Reply

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