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Newsletter #60 December, 2002 - February, 2003

22nd Anniversary Sale

        December 1st marks Uncle Edgar's 22nd anniversary, and we're celebrating with a huge sale. Come into either Uncle Edgar's or Uncle Hugo's and save at least 10% off everything except gift certificates and items that are already marked 40% off. A discount card will save you even more--you'll get both the 10% savings from the discount card and the 10% savings from the sale. Come in and save on new books, used books, calendars, jigsaw puzzles, games, audiobooks, music, magazines, model kits, etc. (Sales prices apply to in-store purchases, but not to mail orders.)
        The 22nd Anniversary Sale lasts Friday, November 29th through Sunday, December 8th--giving you two weekends to take advantage of the savings.
        We will also be having our annual inventory reduction sale between Christmas and New Year's Day, but that will feature deep discounts on things we really, really want to get rid of (including lots of collectable card game material). It will not be a store-wide sale, like the 22nd Anniversary Sale.
        [By the way, a lot of people in the St. Paul area were unhappy they didn't receive notice of the last sale until it was over. The newsletter went to the Bulk Mail Center in Minneapolis on August 20, and lots of people started receiving it August 23 and 24. By August 28, we had already received completed mail order forms from other states--the people had received the newsletter, read it, filled out the form, mailed it back to us, and we received it by August 28! The sale lasted August 30 to September 8. As far as we can tell, the St. Paul Post Office did not deliver a single copy of the newsletter anywhere in 550xx or 551xx zip codes until September 9, and then the complaints really poured in. We're sorry about the situation, but nobody seems to be able to get the St. Paul Post Office to deliver bulk rate mail in a timely manner.]

Our New Website

        We now have a website, which can be reached at either or (a few of our customers are very fierce about being only sf readers or only mystery readers). At first, it will be mainly useful as a place to post the newsletter at about the same time we take it to the printer, so that most people will be able to view the newsletter a couple weeks sooner than the dead-tree version would reach them, and St. Paul-area people will be able to view the newsletter a month or so before the dead-tree version would reach them. Since it's still in the experimental stage, we're sending the dead-tree version of this issue to all the U.S. addresses. If you'd like to only receive an e-mail "postcard" in the future telling you that the newest newsletter is posted on the website, let us know by e-mail and we'll stop sending the dead-tree version to you.
        Eventually, we hope to develop the website into a shopping cart service. We'd also like at some point to get most of our new book inventory listed on the website, but there hasn't been time to play with our computerized inventory software to see if that's as easy as the vendor claims it is. And we are looking at upgrading our inventory software in a major way, which would first require a massive upgrade in our obsolete (in other words, top of the line 3 years ago) hardware, as well as re-learning how to do everything on the new software that we now understand how to do on the old software.

Award News

        The Hugo Award for Best Novel went to American Gods by Neil Gaiman ($26.00 hc or $7.99 pb).

        The Prometheus Award for libertarian sf went to Psychohistorical Crisis by Donald Kingsbury ($7.99). The other finalists were Falling Stars by Michael Flynn ($7.99), Enemy Glory by Karn Michalson ($7.99), The American Zone by L. Neil Smith ($15.95), and Hosts by F. Paul Wilson ($25.95). (It's interesting that all of the books competing for the award this year were published by the same company, Tor.)

        Many mystery awards were announced at Bouchercon:
        The Anthony Awards included Best Novel to Mystic River by Dennis Lehane ($25.00 signed hc or $7.99 pb); Best First Novel to Open Season by C. J. Box ($6.50); and Best Paperback Original to Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris ($5.99).
        The Barry Awards included Best Novel to Mystic River by Dennis Lehane; Best First Novel to Open Season by C. J. Box; Best British Crime Novel to Dancing with the Virgins by Stephen Booth ($6.99); and Best Paperback Original to Killing Gifts by Deborah Woodworth ($5.99).
        The Herodotus Awards included Best Historical Mystery Novel to Brothers of Cain by Miriam Grace Monfredo ($6.99) and Best First Historical Mystery Novel to Murphy's Law by Rhys Bowen ($22.95, $6.50 pb due early December).
        The Macavity Awards included Best Novel to Folly by Laurie R. King ($23.95 signed hc or $11.95 tr pb) and Best First Novel to Open Season by C. J. Box.

        The Shamus Awards included Best Hardback to Reflecting the Sky by S. J. Rozan (now a pb at $6.50); Best Paperback Original to Archangel Protocol by Lyda Morehouse (still a pb at $6.99); and Best First Novel to Chasing the Devil's Tail by David Fulmer ($24.95).

        The Hammett Prize went to Kingdom of Shadows by Alan Furst ($11.95). The other nominees were Mystic River by Dennis Lehane, Silent Joe by T. Jefferson Parker ($7.99), Right as Rain by George P. Pelacanos ($6.99), and Hollowpoint by Rob Reuland ($11.95).

More Small Press Titles

        Since the last issue of the newsletter, we've received more mystery titles from House of Stratus, plus a large number of sf, fantasy, and mystery titles from Wildside Press.
        New House of Stratus titles (with many more on order but not yet received) include:
        Anthony Berkeley: The Layton Court Mystery ($12.95), Murder in the Basement ($12.95), Not to be Taken ($12.95), Panic Party ($12.95), Poisoned Chocolate Case ($12.95), Second Shot ($12.95), Silk Stocking Murders ($12.95), Top Storey Murder ($12.95), and Trial and Error ($12.95);
        John Buchan: Witch Wood ($12.95);
        Henry Cecil: Much in Evidence ($12.95), The Painswick Line ($11.50), Ways and Means ($11.50), Unlawful Occasions ($11.50);
        Freeman Wills Crofts: The Cask ($12.95);
        R. Austin Freeman: For the Defence: Dr. Thorndyke ($11.50), Mystery of Angelina Frood ($11.50), Puzzle Lock ($12.95), Surprising Experiences of Mr. Shuttlebury Cobb ($11.50), Unwilling Adventurer ($12.95);
        Cyril Hare: He Should Have Died Hereafter ($12.95);
        Georgette Heyer: Duplicate Death ($12.95), Penhallow ($12.95);
        Jame Leasor: Green Beach ($12.95);
        Nicholas Monsarrat: The Master Mariner ($16.50);
        Sapper: Bulldog Drummond ($11.50), The Finger of Fate ($12.95), Knock-Out ($11.50), Sergeant Michael Cassidy ($11.50);
        Dornford Yates: Blind Corner ($12.95), She Fell Amoung Thieves ($12.95).
        Wildside Press titles for Uncle Hugo's include:
        David Bischoff: Philip K. Dick High ($14.95);
        Nelson Bond: Remarkable Exploits of Lancelot Biggs: Spaceman ($15.00);
        Ernest Bramah: Wallet of Kai Lung ($15.99);
        James Branch Cabell: Chivalry ($17.50), The Cords of Vanity: A Comedy of Shirking ($17.50), The Cream of the Jest ($17.50), Domnei ($17.50), Figures of Earth ($17.50), Gallantry ($17.50), Lines of Love ($17.50);
        Lord Dunsany: The Book of Wonder ($12.99), Don Rodriguez, or Chronicles of Shadow Valley ($17.50), A Dreamer's Tales ($15.00), Fifty-One Tales ($13.95),
        William Hope Hodgson: The Boats of the Gen Carrig ($17.95), Carnacki the Ghost Finder ($15.95), The Ghost Pirates ($17.95), The Night Land ($19.95);
        S. T. Joshi: H. P. Lovecraft: Decline of the West ($19.95); A Subtler Magick: Writings & Philosophy of H. P. Lovecraft ($19.95);
        R. A. Lafferty: Annals of Klepsis ($14.95), The Devil is Dead ($15.00), Does Anyone Else Have Something Further to Add? ($16.00), Fourth Mansions ($15.00), Iron Tears ($15.95), Lafferty in Orbit ($15.00), Nine Hundred Grandmothers ($15.00), Not to Mention Camels ($16.00), Past Master ($15.00), Reefs of Earth ($15.00), Sinbad: The Thirteenth Voyage ($15.00);
        Marvin Kaye & John Gregory Betancourt (ed): Best of Weird Tales: 1923 ($12.00);
        Anne McCaffrey (ed): Cooking Out of This World ($10.00-favorite recipes of dozens of sf authors);
        Nick Pollotta: Bureau 13: Judgement Night ($15.95): Illegal Aliens ($15.95, with Phil Foglio);
        R. E. Raspe: Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen ($18.95);
        Mike Resnick & Patrick Nielsen Hayden (ed): Alternate Skiffy ($12.50-what if various major figures in sf writing had done something else);
        William Sanders: Ballad of Billy Badass & the Rose of Turkestan ($15.95);
        George H. Scithers, Darrell Schweitzer & John M. Ford: On Writing Science Fiction: The Editors Strike Back ($17.50);
        Robert Weinberg: The Weird Tales Story ($25.00);
        Karl Wurf: To Serve Man ($14.00-a cookbook).
        Wildside Press titles for Uncle Edgar's include:
        Earl Derr Biggers: Fifty Candles ($12.99);
        Leigh Brackett: The Tiger Amoung Us ($15.95);
        Maurice LeBlanc: Arsene Lupin Vs. Herlock Sholmes ($17.50);
        Arthur B. Reeve: Craig Kennedy, Scientific Detective #1: The Silent Bullet ($17.50), #2: The Poisoned Pen ($17.50), #3: The Dream Doctor ($17.50);
        Sax Rohmer: Golden Scorpion ($15.95), Green Eyes of Bast ($15.00), Tales of Chinatown ($17.50);
        Russell Thorndyke: Doctor Syn, A Smuggler Tale of the Romney Marsh ($15.95).

Holiday Gift Ideas        

        The single most popular gift option continues to be our gift certificate. We can issue one in any amount. It can be used at either or both stores. It can even be used for mail order, and it can be purchased over the phone or by fax (if you have Mastercard, Visa, or Discover Card) and we can mail it either to the purchaser or the recipient.
        Calendars are another popular gift. (All calendars are standard wall calendars unless otherwise noted.) This year we have five Star Trek calendars to choose from: Star Trek ($12.99), Ships of the Line ($12.99), The Captains ($12.99), Enterprise ($12.99), and Stardate (page-a-day, $12.99).
        This year for Star Wars we have Episode II: Attack of the Clones (18 months, $14.99), Heroes and Rebels ($12.99), Scum and Villainy ($12.99), Droids (17 months, skinny to fit in school lockers, $9.99), Attack of the Clones (page-a-day, $12.99), Vehicles and Vessels (spiral-bound
student planner Aug. 2002 through Aug. 2003, $10.99), and Classic Poster Art (spiral-bound datebook, $15.99).
        This year for Tolkien we have Tolkien (art by Ted Nasmith, $14.99), Fellowship of the Ring (17 months, skinny to fit school lockers, $9.99), Fellowship of the Ring (page-a-day with art from the movie, $12.99), Fellowship of the Ring (spiral-bound student planner Aug. 2002 through Aug. 2003, $10.99), Tolkien Diary (hardcover, art by Nasmith, $17.00), Tolkien Artwork of Greg & Tim Hildebrandt (desk easel with 13 detachable postcards, $12.99), and A Guide to Middle-Earth (page-a-day trivia, $10.99).
        For Harry Potter fans, we have three different Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (wall $12.99, hardcover diary $14.99, page-a-day $14.99).
        For Edward Gorey fans, we have The Epiplectic Bicycle ($13.95), The Deranged Cousins (small wall $6.95), A Gorey Year (page-a-day $11.95), The Gashlycrumb Tinies (very sturdy spiral engagement calendar, $14.95), and Neglected Murderesses (spiral-bound pocket calendar, $8.95). (Last year these were the first to sell out and the hardest to replace. We ordered lots more this year, but they again have been our fastest sellers, and will be even harder to replace.)
         Television-related calendars include three different Buffy the Vampire Slayer (wall $12.99, 17-month student locker $9.99, spiral student planner Aug. 2002 through Aug. 2003 $10.99), Trivial Simpsons (page-a-day trivia, $12.99) and Futurama ($12.99).
        Other fantasy-related calendars include Dragons & Mystics: Art of Michael Whelan ($12.99), Fairies ($13.95, various artists), Flower Faries ($11.99, art by Cicely Mary Barker), In Fairyland (desk easel style with 13 detachable postcards, $12.99, various artists), Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Calendar ($12.99, Brian Froud), Unicorns ($13.95, art by Susan Seddon Boulet), Unicorns ($11.99, photos by Robert Vargas), Way of Wizards ($12.99, art by Tom Cross) and Women of Enchantment ($12.99, art by Kinuko Y. Craft).
        Other humor options include The Art of Being Garfield ($12.99), Close to Home (page-a-day $10.99), Dilbert: Our New Management Style Doesn't Have a Name Yet ($12.99), Dilbert: E-Mail is Down..Hold Me (spiral-bound desk, $12.99), Dilbert: I'm Trapped in My Own Cubicle (small wall $6.99), Dilbert: Step 1: Identify the Problem (page-a-day $10.99), The Far Side: Just Plain Stupid ($12.99 for either wall or spiral-bound desk), For Better or Worse (page-a-day $10.99), Foxtrot (page-a-day $10.99), Gahan Wilson's Year of Weird (page-a-day $12.99), Garfield (page-a-day $10.99), New Yorker Cartoon Daily (page-a-day $11.99), Non Sequitur (page-a-day $10.99), The Onion: Dispatches From the Tenth Circle (page-a-day $10.95), The Onion: Our Dumb Century (page-a-day $10.95), and Zap Comix ($12.99-I suppose if you want to order this by mail, you should assure us that you are at least 18 years old).
        Other calendar options include Art of Dreams ($12.99, art by Daniel Merriam), Art of Harmony ($12.99, Feng Shiu art by Mary Beth Zeitz), Ivory Cats ($12.99, cat art by Lesley Anne Ivory), Maxfield Parrish ($13.95), and Salvador Dali ($12.99).
        Signed books can be divided into two categories: those that arrive from the publisher in special, limited, signed editions (i.e., expensive) and those that arrive from the publisher as normal editions that we get an author to sign (which we then sell at the same price as an un-signed copy). Uncle Hugo's carries a number of the special editions, including David Brin's Earth ($125, 1 left), Orson Scott Card's Memory of Earth ($200, several left), Ender's Shadow ($200, 1 left) and Xenocide ($150, 1 left), William Gibson & Bruce Sterling's Difference Engine ($125, several left), Terry Goodkind's Pillars of Creation ($200, 2 left), Greg Hildebrandt's The Tolkien Years ($125, 2 left),Brian Herbert's and Kevin Anderson's Dune: The Butlerian Jihad ($200.00, 1 left), Robert Jordan's Fires of Heaven ($200, 2 left), Michael Moorcock's The Dreamthief's Daughter ($125, signed by Moorcock and the 8 artists who illustrated the special edition), Elizabeth Wollheim's and Sheila Gilbert's 30th Anniversary DAW Science Fiction and 30th Anniversary DAW Fantasy ($125, 2 vol., signed by the editors), Star Wars: Heir to the Empire by Timothy Zahn (1st of his trilogy, $125, 3 left), and Roger Zelazny's and Vaughn Bode's Way Up High/Here There Be Dragons boxed set ($80, signed by Zelazny). .
        For those whose pockets are not so deep, Uncle Hugo's offers many regularly priced editions that have been signed by the authors, including Gerald Anderson's Sons of Disobedience ($19.50 tr pb with computer disk), Kevin J. Anderson's Dogged Persistance ($25.95), "William Ashbless's" On Pirates ($14 chapbook, signed by James Blaylock and Tim Powers ), Robert Asprin's Myth-ion Improbable ($25, signed bookslip enclosed) and Something M.Y.T.H. Inc. ($25.00, signed bookslip enclosed), Steven Baxter's Manifold Space ($25.95), Greg Bear's Star Wars: Rogue Planet ($26), Peter S. Beagle's Innkeeper's Song ($20), Susan Alles Blom's Inca ($24.95), Ben Bova's Venus ($24.95), Meghan Brunner's From the Ashes ($23.50), Steven Brust's Book of Jhereg ($15 tr pb, contains Jhereg, Yendi, and Teckla), Book of Taltos ($14 tr pb, contains Taltos and Phoenix , and Issola ($23.95), Lois McMaster Bujold's A Civil Campaign ($24), The Curse of Chalion ($25), Diplomatic Immunity ($25), Dreamweaver's Dilemma ($12 tr pb), Komarr ($22), Mile, Mystery and Mayhem ($24, contains Cetaganda, Ethan of Athos and short story "Labyrinth"), Shards of Honor ($22) and Warrior's Apprentice ($25), a Ramsey Campbell tribute Made in Goatswood ($10.95 tr pb, edited by Scott David Aniolowski, signed by Ramsey Campbell), Orson Scott Card's How to Write Science Fiction and Fantasy ($14.99), and Future on Ice ($15.95 tr pb, edited and signed by Card), Hugh B. Cave's Loose Loot ($7.00 chapbook), Nancy A. Collins' Dead Roses for a Blue Lady: A Sonja Blue Collection ($45.00), Caleb Carr's Killing Time ($25.95), Glen Cook's Water Sleeps ($24.95), Ouida Crozier's Shadows After Dark ($9.95 tr pb), Ellen Datlow's Omni Best SF Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 ($8.95 each, tr pb, edited and signed by Datlow), Gordon R. Dickson's Final Encyclopedia Part One of Two ($25.95 hc or $16.95 tr pb) and Other ($22.95), David Drake & Eric Flint's Fortune's Stroke ($24, signed only by Drake), Dorothy Dunnett's Gemini ($27.50), Phyllis Eisenstein's Spec Lit No. 1 ($6.95tr pb, edited and signed by Eisenstein), Theodora Fair's The Double Crown (The Jewels of Allarion #1, $14.95 tr pb) and The Queen of All Light (#2, $14.95 tr pb), David Feintuch's Patriarch's Hope ($24) and The Still ($12.99 tr pb), Tom Flynn's Galactic Rapture ($19.95 tr pb), John M.Ford's From the End of the Twentieth Century ($21), Brian Froud's Good Faeries/Bad Faeries ($30), and Faeries ($19.95 tr pb), Neil Gaiman's Stardust ($13 tr pb), Smoke and Mirrors ($13 tr pb) and graphic novels Black Orchid ($19.95) , Books of Magic ($19.95), Death: The High Cost of Living ($12.95), Death: The Time of Your Life ($12.95), Midnight Days ($17.95), Mr. Punch ($17.95), Only the End of the World Again ($6.95), Violent Cases ($12.95) and Sandman Vol. IV: Season of Mists ($19.95), James Gurney's Dinotopia: First Flight ($19.95), Laurell K. Hamilton's Narcissus in Chains ($22.95) and Kiss of Shadows ($22.95), P.C. Hodgell's Blood and Ivory ($30, signed bookslip enclosed), J. V. Jones' The Barbed Coil ($22), Stephen Jones' (edited) Dark Detectives ($29), The Vampire Stories of R. Chetwynd-Hayes ($27), and Shadows Over Innsmouth ($27 hc, $14 tr pb, $10.95 British tr pb), Katherine Kerr's Resurrection ($10 tr pb), Lee Killough's Blood Games ($16 tr pb), Victor Koman's Kings of the High Frontier ($24.95), Marguerite Krause's Blind Vision ($11.50 tr pb), R.A. Lafferty's Half a Sky ($35), Geoffrey Landis' Impact Parameter ($24.95), and Mars Crossing ($24.95), Sharon Lee and Steve Miller's Liaden novel I Dare ($30), their Liaden chapbooks Certain Symmetry ( $10), Changeling ($10), Duty Bound ($10), Fellow Travellers ($10), Loose Cannon ($10), Trading in Futures ($10), and Two Tales of Korval ($10), and their non-Liaden chapbook A Quiet Magic ($9), Sharon Lee's Barnburner ($16.00 tr pb mystery), Endeavors of Will ($9, chapbook) and Variations Three: ($9, chapbook), Jonathan Lethem's Amnesia Moon ($12.95 tr pb), Paul Levinson's The Silk Code ($23.95), George R. R. Martin's Quartet ($25), Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough's Acorna's Search ($25, signed by both), Steve Miller's Chariot to the Stars ($9, chapbook) and Time Rags II ($5, chapbook, poetry), L. E.Modesitt, Jr.'s The White Order ($24.95), Christopher Moore's Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove ($23), James A. Moore's Fireworks ($16, tr pb), Hugh Nissenson's The Song of the Earth ($24.95), Jody Lynn Nye's Dragonlover's Guide to Pern ($15 tr pb), Anne Perry's Tathea ($23.95), Terry Pratchett's The Thief of Time ($25), Philip Pullman's Amber Spyglass ($19.95), Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens' Star Trek: Spectre ($23.00, co-written with but not signed by William Shatner), The Art of Star Trek ($50, 1 copy left) and Star Trek The Next Generation: The Continuing Mission ($35, 1 copy left), Joel Rosenberg's Not Quite Scaramouche ($23.95), and Not Exactly the Three Musketeers ($23.95), Kristine Kathryn Rusch's Gallery of His Dreams ($10.00 tr pb, also signed by Dean Wesley Smith), Katya Reimann's Prince of Fire and Ashes ($27.95), R. A. Salvatore's Transcendence ($26.95), Lucius Shepard's Sports and Music ($10 chapbook), Will Shetterly's Chimera ($23.95 hc and $14.95 tr pb), Dogland ($15.95 tr pb) and Voyage of the Bassett #4: Thor's Hammer ($3.99, tr pb), Dan Simmon's Fires of Eden ($22.95), Hardcase ($23.95), and A Winter Haunting ($25.95), Susan Sizemore's Gates of Hell ($11.50 tr pb), Jinjer Stanton's Tramp ($1.95 chapbook), Lawrence Sutin's Do what Thou Wilt: A Life of Aleister Crowley ($27.95), Harry Turledove's Alternate Generals II (editor, $24), American Empire: Blood & Iron ($27.95), American Empire: The Center Cannot Hold ($27.95), Best Alternate History Stories of the 20th Century (editor, $18 tr pb). Best Military SF of the 20th Centurys (editor, $18 tr pb), Counting Up, Counting Down ($16 tr pb), Marching Through Peachtree ($21), Over the Wine-Dark Sea (written as H. N. Turteltaub, $25.95), Ruled Britannia ($24.95), Rulers of the Darkness ($27.95) and Worlds That Weren't (4 alternate history novellas, only 1 by Turtledove, $21.95); Joan Marie Verba's Boldly Writing: A Trekker Fan and Zine History, 1967-1987 ($12.95, tr pb), David Weber's Echoes of Honor ($24) , Jack Whyte's Fort at River's Bend ($24.95) and The Sorcerer: Metamorphosis ($23.95), Patricia Wrede's Magician's Ward ($22.95), Shadow Over Lyra ($11.99 tr pb, contains Shadow Magic, Daughter of Witches and Harp of Imach Thyssel), and Sarah Zettel's Playing God ($22). We also have Autumn World ($9.95 tr pb), a collaborative novel with 5 authors, signed by 4 of them (Joan Marie Verba, Deborah K. Jones, Margaret Howes, and Ruth Berman).
        Uncle Hugo's also has piles of signed mass market paperbacks. Signed books for almost any budget!
        Uncle Edgar's also has a large selection of regularly priced books signed by the authors. Signed hardcovers (only single copies of some titles) include Peter Abreasch's Bloody Bonsai ($21.95), Harold Adams' Ice Pick Artist ($21.95), and No Badge, No Gun ($22.95), Bruce Alexander's Jack, Knave and Fool ($22.95), Sarah Andrews' Bone Hunter ($24.95), Nancy Atherton's Aunt Dimity Beats the Devil ($22.95), and Aunt Dimity Digs In ($21.95), Jo Bailey's Erased ($21.95), Curt Autry's The Reunion ($24.95), Linda Barnes' Flashpoint ($22.95), Nevada Barr's Blood Lure ($24.95), Deep South ($23.95) and Hunting Season ($24.95), Richard Barre's Ghosts of Morning ($21.95), Dave Barry's Tricky Business ($24.95), Stephanie Barron's Jane and the Stillroom Maid ($22.95) and Jane and the Genius of the Place ($22.95), M. C. Beaton's A Highland Christmas ($16.95), Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam ($19.95), Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death ($21.95), Agatha Raisin and the Witch of Wyckhadden ($21.95), Agatha Raisin and the Wizard at Evesham ($20.95) and Death of an Addict ($22), Laurien Berenson's Hair of the Dog ($18.95), Unleased ($20), Hush Puppy ($20), Watchdog ($20.95) and Dog Who Knew Too Much ($21.95), Mark Billingham's Sleepyhead ($24.95), Paul Bishop's Chalk Whispers ($25.00), David Blackburn's Human Harvest ($19.95), Lawrence Block's Hope to Die ($25), Burglar in the Rye ($23.95), The Burglar Who Traded Ted Williams ($19.95), Everybody Dies ($25), Even the Wicked ($23), Hit Man ($22), Hit List ($25), Enough Rope ($29.95), Master's Choice Vol. II ($23.95, edited by), Death Cruise ($24.95, edited by), Speaking of Greed ($24.95, edited by) and Tanner on Ice ($23.95), Larry Bond's Vortex ($21.95), Scott Borg's Water Hazard ($21.95), Gail Bowen's Verdict in Blood ($24), Michael Bowen's Screenscam ($24.95), Rhys Bowen's Evan Help Us ($21.95)and Evans Above ($21.95), C. J. Box's Savage Run ($23.95), Rita Mae Brown's Pay Dirt ($21.95) and Wish You Were Here ($18.95), James Lee Burke's Bitterroot ($25), Cadillac Jukebox ($22.95), Heartwood ($24,95), Purple Cane Road ($24.95) and Sunset Limited ($24.95), Jan Burke's Liar ($23) and Sweet Dreams, Irene ($20), Ramsey Campbell's The Last Voice They Hear ($24.95), Dorothy Cannell's Bridemaid's Revisited ($22.95), How to Murder the Man of Your Dreams ($19.95), Spring Cleaning Murder ($21.95) and Trouble With Harriet ($21.95), Stephen J. Cannell's The Tin Collectors ($24.95), P.M. Carlson's Gravestone ($20), Caleb Carr's Killing Time ($25.95), Lee Child's Die Trying ($23.95), Echo Burning ($24.95), Running Blind ($18.95), Killing Floor ($23.95), Tripwire ($23.95) and Without Fail ($24.95), Jill Churchill's Fear of Frying ($22), Carol Higgins Clark's Iced ($19.95), Mary Higgins Clark's Let Me Call You Sweetheart ($24), Moonlight Becomes You ($24), My Gal Sunday ($23) and Pretend You Don't See Her ($25), Harlan Coben's Darkest Fear ($23.95), The Final Detail ($22.95), Gone for Good ($23.95), One False Move ($21.95) and Tell No One ($22.95), Margaret Coel's Dream Stalker (21.95), Mark Coggin's Vulture Capital ($26), Max Allen Collins' Carnal Hours ($20.95), Michael Connelly's A Darkness More Than Night ($25.95) and Void Moon ($24.95), John Connolly's Every Dead Thing ($25), Dark Hollow ($25) and Killing Kind ($25), Caroline B. Cooney's Voice on the Radio ($15.95), Deborah Crombie's A Finer End ($23.95) and Kissed A Sad Goodbye ($23.95), Barbara D'Amato's Hard Evidence ($22), Diane Mott Davidson's Killer Pancake ($19.95), Robert Davis' Doomsday Kiss ($24.95) and Plutonium Murders ($24.95), Janet Dawson's Where the Bodies Are Buried ($23.50) and Witness to Evil ($21.95), Jeffrey Deaver's The Blue Nowhere ($26), Empty Chair ($25), and Speaking in Tongues ($25), Jane Dentinger's The Queen is Dead ($19.95), Michael Dibdin's Dark Specter ($23) and Dead Lagoon ($21), Trudy Donovan's Chandler's Daughter ($23.95), Jerome Doolittle's Head Lock ($20) and Bear Hug ($20), Carole Nelson Douglas' Irene's Last Waltz ($22.95), Cat With an Emerald Eye ($24.95), Cat in an Indigo Mood ($24.95), Cat in a Diamond Dazzle ($24.95), Cat in a Midnight Choir ($24.95), Cat in a Leopard Spot ($24.95), Castle Rouge ($25.95) and Chapel Noir ($25.95), John Douglas' Broken Wings ($24), Eileen Dreyer's Brain Dead ($22), Susan Dunlap's Death and Taxes ($18), Dorothy Dunnett's Gemini ($27.50), Barry Eisler's Rain Fall ($24.95), James Ellroy's My Dark Places ($25), G. H. Ephron's Amnesia ($23.95), K. J. Erickson's Third Person Singular ($24.95) and The Dead Survivors ($24.95), Tom Eslick's Snow Kill ($24.95), Terrance Faherty's The Lost Keats ($18.95), Prove the Nameless ($22.95) and Come Back Dead ($22), Jasper Fforde's The Eyre Affair ($23.95), Vince Flynn's The Third Option ($24.95), Ken Follett's A Dangerous Fortune ($23.95), G. M. Ford's Slow Burn ($20), Earlene Fowler's Goose in the Pond ($21.95), Margaret Frazer's The Reeve's Tale ($21.95), The Squire's Tale ($21.95) and The Clerk's Tale ($22.95), Kinky Friedman's Blast From the Past ($23), God Bless John Wayne ($22), and Roadkill ($23), David Fulmer's Chasing the Devil's Tail ($24.95), Jonathan Gash's Prey Dancing ($21.95), The Possessions of a Lady ($21.95) and The Jade Woman ($25), Shari P. Geller's Fatal Convictions ($24), Anne George's Murder Gets a Life ($20) and Murder Shoots the Bull ($22), Tess Gerritsen's Bloodstream ($23) and Gravity ($24.95), Michael Gilbert's The Man Who Hated Banks ($50), John Gilstrap's Even Steven ($24.95), Paula Gosling's The Body in Blackwater Bay ($17.95), Linda Grant's Lethal Genes ($21), Kate Green's Shooting Star ($20), Martha Grimes' The Blue Last ($24.95) and The Grave Maurice ($25.95), James Grippendo's A King's Ransom ($25), Elizabeth Gunn's Seventh Inning Stretch ($23.95), Six-Pound Walleye ($23.95), Five Card Stud ($23.95) and Par Four ($22.95), James W. Hall's Body Language ($24.95), Timothy Hallinan's Everything But the Squeal ($17.95), Lyn Hamilton's Moche Warrior ($21.95), Steve Hamilton's A Cold Day in Paradise ($22.95, 4th printing), The Hunting Wind ($23.95), Winter of the Wolf Moon ($23.95), and North of Nowhere ($23.95), Ron Handberg's Savage Justice ($18.95) and Cry Vengeance ($18.95), David Handler's The Man Who Cancelled Himself ($19.95), Colin Harrrison's Manhattan Nocturne ($24), Jamie Harrison's Unfortunate Prairie Occurance ($22.95), Donald Harstad's Eleven Days ($22.95) and Known Dead ($23.95), Carolyn G. Hart's Southern Ghost ($19), Death in Paradise ($20) and Scandal in Fair Haven ($19.95), Ellen Hart's A Small Sacrifice ($20.95), Faint Praise ($20.95), Wicked Games ($24.95) and Hunting the Witch ($24.95), John Harvey's Wasted Years ($19.95), Owen Haskell's Lizzie! ($25), Pete Hautman's Rag Man ($23), Short Money ($21), The Mortal Nuts ($21), Mrs. Million ($23), Mr. Was ($16) and Doohickey ($24), Sparkle Hayter's The Last Manly Man ($22) and Revenge of the Cootie Girls ($20.95), Jeremiah Healy's Swan Dive ($16.95), Foursome ($20), Rescue ($20) and Invasion of Privacy ($21), Daniel Hecht's Skull Session ($23.95), Jonellen Heckler's Circumstances Unknown ($21), M. R. Henderson's If I Should Die ($14.95), Vicki Hendricks' Voluntary Madness ($23, signed bookplate), Sue Henry's Deadfall ($22) and Murder on the Yukon Quest ($22), Joan Hess' Busy Bodies ($19.95), Tickled to Death ($18.95), O Little Town of Maggody ($19) and Misery Loves Maggody ($22), Carl Hiaasen's Sick Puppy ($25), Kathleen Hills' Past Imperfect ($24.95), Tami Hoag's Thin Dark Line ($22.95), Chloe Hooper's A Child's Book of True Crime ($24), David Housewright's Penance ($21), Practice to Deceive ($22) and Dearly Departed ($23.95), Stephen Hunter's Time to Hunt ($23.95), Greg Iles' Sleep No More ($24.95), Susan Isaacs' Lily White ($25), Jonnie Jacobs' Murder Among Friends ($16.95), J. A. Jance's Birds of Prey ($24), Name Withheld ($22), Shoot/Don't Shoot ($21), Skeleton Canyon ($23), Failure to Appear ($20), Lying in Wait ($17.95), Tombstone Courage ($20), Breach of Duty ($23), Rattlesnake Crossing ($23), Outlaw Mountain ($24), Paradise Lost ($25), Partner in Crime ($24.95) and Devil's Claw ($24), Jerry Jellison's Measure of Vengeance ($24.95), Wayne Johnson's Don't Think Twice ($23) and Six Crooked Highways ($23), Christine T. Jorgensen's You Bet Your Life ($19.95), Michael A. Kahn's Firm Ambitions ($18.95) and Due Diligence ($20.95), Joseph Kanon's The Good German ($26), Larry Karp's Music Box Murders ($23.95), Scamming the Birdman ($24.95) and Midnight Special ($24.95), Jon Katz's The Family Stalker ($18.95), Death by Station Wagon ($18.50) and The Last Housewife ($19.95), David A. Kaufelt's The Fat Boy Murders ($20), Alex Kava's Soul Catcher ($24.95), Robert Kearney's Hole in the Water ($22.95), H.R.F. Keating's In Kensington Gardens Once ($35), Nora Kelly's Hot Pursuit ($24.95), Toni L. P. Kelner's Country Comes to Town ($18.95), Douglas Kennedy's The Job ($23.95), Shirley Kennett's Fire Cracker ($21.95) and Gray Matter ($21.95), Nicholas Kilmer's Dirty Linen ($25), Laurie R. King's Folly ($23.95), C. J. Koehler's Profile ($19.95), William Ken Krueger's Boundary Waters ($23) and Purgatory Ridge ($23.95), J. Dayne Lamb's A Question of Preference ($16.95), Jon Land's Dead Simple ($23.95), Jane Langton's Thief of Venice ($23.95), Joe R. Lansdale's Freezer Burn ($23.95) and Two-Bear Mambo ($19.95), Wendy Lee's Missing Eden ($21.95), Cornelius Lehane's Beware the Solitary Drinker ($24.95), Dennis Lehane's Gone, Baby, Gone ($24), Mystic River ($25) and Prayers For Rain ($25), Elmore Leonard's Tishomingo Blues ($25.95), John Lescroart's The Oath ($25.95), Laura Lippman's In A Strange City ($24), Chuck Logan's The Big Law ($24) and Absolute Zero ($24.95), Mary Logue's Blood Country ($24.95), Dark Coulee ($23.95), and Glare Ice ($23.95), William F. Love's Bloody Ten ($19.95) and Chartreuse Clue ($18.95), Peter Lovesey's Diamond Dust ($23.00), Diamond Solitaire ($18.95), The Vault ($23) and Keystone ($12.95), Sarah Lovett's A Desperate Silence ($24), Richard A. Lupoff's The Cover Girl Killer ($21.95) and The Silver Chariot Killer ($21.95), T. J. MacGregor's Mistress of the Bones ($21.95), Charlotte MacLeod's The Odd Job ($18.95), David Manuel's A Matter of Roses ($23) and A Matter of Time ($23), Richard Marcinko's Leadership Secrets of the Rogue Warrior ($20), Philip Margolin's Undertaker's Widow ($24.95) and Wild Justice ($26.00), Margaret Maron's Fugitive Colors ($18.95), Steve Martini's The Jury ($25.95), Sujata Massey's The Floating Girl ($24.00) and The Flower Master ($24), Lia Matera's Designer Crimes ($21), Face Value ($20, small mark on bottom), Prior Convictions ($17.95), Last Chants ($21), Francine Mathews' Death in Rough Water ($22), Death in a Mood Indigo ($22.95), Death in a Cold Hard Light ($23.95) and The Cutout ($23.95), Alex Matthew's Secret's Shadow ($22.50), Francine Matthews' Cutout ($23.95), Ed McBain's Mary, Mary ($19.95), Lady Killer ($22), and Romance ($22.95), Peter McCabe's Wasteland ($20), Wendell McCall's Concerto in Dead Flat ($23.95), Sharyn McCrumb's Foggy Mountain Breakdown ($22.50), Zombies of the Gene Pool ($18) and The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter ($19), Val McDermid's Crack Down ($20), Michael McGarrity's Big Gamble ($23.95), Jill McGowen's Verdict Unsafe ($22), Keith Miles' Bermuda Grass ($24.95), Rex Miller's St. Louis Blues ($40), Larry Millett's Sherlock Holmes and the Rune Stone Mystery ($23.95). Sherlock Holmes and the Red Demon ($22.95) and Disappearance of Sherlock Holmes ($23.95), Tom Mitcheltree's Dataman ($22.95), Richard Moquist's Eye of the Agency ($22.95), Fidelis Morgan's Unnatural Fire ($24) and The Rival Queens ($23.95), David Morrell's Desperate Measures ($22.95), Walter Mosley's Bad Boy Brawly Brown ($24.95), Mike Mullane's Red Sky ($21.95), Marcia Muller's A Wild and Lonely Place ($19.95), Barbara Neely's Blanche Cleans Up ($19.95), Katharine Neville's Magic Circle ($25.95), Sharan Newman's Strong As Death ($23.95), and The Wandering Arm ($23.95), Mike Nichols' The Waking ($24.95), William F. Nolan's The Marble Orchard ($20.95), Charles O'Brien's Black Gold ($24.95) and Mute Witness ($23.95), Carol O'Connell's Judas Child ($24.95) and Shell Game ($24.95), Helen Esper Olmsted's edited Homicide Host Presents ($25, signed by 7 of the 14 authors), Perri O'Shaughnessy's Breach of Promise ($23.95), Jimmy Olsen's Things in Ditches ($24.95), Abigail Padgett's Moonbird Boy ($21.95), Katherine Hall Paige's Body in the Fjord ($22), Michael Palmer's Critical Judgement ($22.95), Robert B. Parker's Potshot ($23.95), T. Jefferson Parker's The Blue Hour ($23.95), Julie Parsons' Courtship Gift ($24), James Patterson's Jack & Jill ($24.95), Ridley Pearson's Chain of Evidence ($22.95), First Victim ($23.95), Hard Fall ($20.00), Middle of Nowhere ($23.95), and No Witnesses ($22.95), George R. Pelecanos' Sweet Forever ($23.95), Otto Penzler's edited Murderers' Row (13 stories, signed by Penzler & Bloch), Anne Perry's Belgrave Square ($18), Brunswick Gardens ($25), Bedford Square ($24.95) Funeral in Blue ($25), Slaves of Obsession ($25), Southhampton Row ($25), The Whitechapel Conspiracy ($25) and Tathea ($23.95), Thomas Perry's Dance for the Dead ($21), Elizabeth Peters' He Shall Thunder in the Sky ($25, signed & numbered) and Lord of the Silent ($25), Scott Phillips' Ice Harvest ($19.95) and The Walkaway ($22), Tom Piccirilli's Sorrow's Crown ($21.95), Nancy Pickard's Bum Steer ($16.95), Confession ($20), The Whole Truth ($22.95), and But I Wouldn't Want to Die There ($20), Jodi Picoult's Salem Falls ($24.95), Julius Podrug's Frost of Heaven ($23.95), Henry Porter's Remembrance Day ($25.00), David Prill's The Unnatural ($21) and Serial Killer Days ($21.95), Sandra West Prowell's When Wallflowers Die ($22.95), Lev Raphael's Let's Get Criminal ($20.95), Richard Rayner's The Cloud Sketcher ($25), Mary Reed & Eric Mayer's One For Sorrow ($23.95) and Three for a Letter ($24.95), Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens' Icefire ($23), Robert Rice's Agent of Judgment ($23.95), Kathy Reichs' Fatal Voyage ($25), Matt Reilly's Area 7 ($24.95) and Temple ($24.95), Gillian Roberts' With Friends Like These... ($18), Les Roberts' Snake Oil ($17.95), Frank M. Robinson and Paul Hull's Death of a Marionette ($22.95, signed bookplate), Peter Robinson's Cold Is the Grave ($24), Final Account ($21.95), Blood at the Root ($22) and In a Dry Season ($24), Marion Rosen's Death by Education ($17.95), Richard Rosen's Saturday Night Dead ($16.95), S. J. Rozan's Stone Quarry ($23.95) and A Bitter Feast ($23.95), Jane Rubino's Cheat the Devil ($24.95) and Plot Twists ($24.95), Alan Russell's Multiple Wounds ($22) and Exposure ($24.95), John Sandford's Devil's Code ($25.95), Easy Prey ($25.95), Secret Prey ($24.95), Chosen Prey ($26.95), Certain Prey ($24.95) and Night Crew ($23.95), Eve K. Sandstrom's Death Down Home ($18.95), Jonathan Santlofer's The Death Artist ($24.95), Steven Saylor's Last Seen in Massilia ($23.95), Catilina's Riddle ($22.95), House of the Vestals ($22.95), Rubicon ($23.95), and A Twist at the End ($25), Marnie Schulenburg's Murder Off the Record ($23.95), Aillen Schumacker's Framework for Death ($23.95), Stephen Schwandt's The Last Goodie ($11.95), Sandra Scoppettone Gonna Take A Homicidal Journey ($22.95), Justin Scott's Hardscape ($19.95), Lisa Scottoline's Moment of Truth ($25) and Vendetta Defense ($25), Laurence Shames' Mangrove Squeeze ($22.95) and Virgin Heat ($21.95), Sarah Shankman's He Was Her Man ($20), Seymour Shubin's My Face Among Strangers ($23.95) Dan Simmons' Hardcase ($23.95), Roger L. Simon's The Lost Coast ($22.50), Dorothy Simpson's Once Too Often($21), Robert Skinner's Daddy's Gone A-Hunting ($23.95), Pale Shadow ($23.95) and The Righteous Cut ($24.95), Harrison Gradwell Slater's Night Music ($26.00), Karin Slaughter's Kisscut ($24.95), Barbara Burnett Smith's Dust Devils of the Purple Sage ($21.95), Julie Smith's Crescent City Kill ($23.50), Sarah Smith's Knowledge of Water ($23), Keith Snyder's Show Control ($20.95), Dana Stabenow's Fire and Ice ($23.95), Hunter's Moon ($23,95), Midnight Come Again ($23.95), Play With Fire ($19.95, some specks on top of book), Fine and Bitter Snow ($24.95), Singing of the Dead ($23.95) and So Sure of Death ($23.95), Les Standiford's Raw Deal ($22), Totally Dead ($22.95), Token of Remorse ($22.95) and Bone Key ($24.95), L. L. Thrasher's Dogsbody, Inc. ($22.95), Blair S. Walker's Don't Believe Your Lying Eyes ($22.95), Mary Willis Walker's Under the Beetle's Cellar ($22.50), Marilyn Wallace's Lost Angel ($22.95, signed bookplate) and The Seduction ($18.50), Minette Walters' The Breaker ($23.95), Robert Ward's Cactus Garden ($12.99, remainder mark on top of book), Timothy Watts' Steal Away ($22), Ronald Weber's Catch and Keep ($23.95), Valerie Wilson Wesley's When Death Comes Stealing ($19.95), Randy Wayne White's Mangrove Coast ($22.95), Shark River ($24.95) and Twelve Mile Limit ($24.95), Kate Wilhelm's The Best Defense ($21.95) and A Flush of Shadows ($22.95, signed bookplates), Barbara Wilson's Trouble in Transylvania ($18.95), John Morgan Wilson's Revision of Justice ($21.95), Douglas E. Winter's Run ($23.00), Paula Woods' Inner City Blues ($23.95), Stuart Woods' Cold Paradise ($24.95), James Yaffe's My Mother the Detective ($40), R. D.Zimmerman's Innuendo ($22.95) and Outburst ($21.95), and Mark Richard Zubro's Another Dead Teenager ($19.95), An Echo of Death ($18.95) and Drop Dead ($22.95).
        The signed trade paperbacks at Uncle Edgar's include Harold Adams' The Man Who Was Taller Than God ($7.95), No Badge, No Gun ($8.95), and A Way With Widows ($8.95), Colleen Barnett's Mystery Women Vol. 1 ($19.99), Marv Balousek's Honey, This is Trudy ($12.95), Roger Barr's The Treasure Hunt ($11.95), Lawrence Block's A Long Line of Dead Men ($12.50), The Devil Knows You're Dead ($12.50), A Walk Among the Tombstones ($12.50), and Death Cruise ($16.95), Steve Brown's Black Fire ($13.95), Gordon DeMarco's The Canvas Prison ($7), Elvis in Aspic ($9), Murder at the Fringe ($8) and October Heat ($7), Michael Dibdin's Dead Lagoon ($12), Dying of the Light ($9), and The Last Sherlock Holmes Story ($10), Kinky Friedman's Blast From the Past ($11.95), Road Kill ($11.95) and Spanking Watson ($12.95), James W. Hall's Under Cover of Daylight ($9.95), L.C. Hayden's Where Secrets Lie ($14.95), Carl Hiaasen's Team Rodent ($8.95), Powder Burn ($12), and Naked Came the Manatee ($11.95), Christopher Bonn Jones' Wake Up Dead ($12.95), Edna B. Kimball's Mind Rape ($8.95), Sharon Lee's Barnburner ($16), Jerry Leppart's Headwaters ($14.95) and Pest Control ($14.95), Jonathan Lethem's Amnesia Moon ($12.95), Mary Logue's Still Explosion ($9.95), Peter Lovesey's Diamond Solitaire ($13), The False Inspector Dew ($12), Least Detective ($13), Rough Cider ($13) and Vault ($13), Greg Lovisi's Blood in Brooklyn ($15) and Dirty Dogs ($15), William Manchee's Cash Call ($12.95) and Brash Endeavor ($12.95), Wendell McCall's Aim for the Heart ($14.95), Nancy McKibben's The Chaos Protocol ($19.95), Larry Millett's Sherlock Holmes and the Red Demon ($9.95), Christopher Moore's Bloodsucking Fiends ($12) and Coyote Blue ($12), Fidelis Morgan's Unnatural Fire ($13.95), Jimmy Olsen's Things in Ditches ($14.95), Nancy Pickard's Mom, Apple Pie and Murder ($13), William Prendergast's Forbidden Hollywood ($13.95), Mary Monica Pulver's Murder at the War ($12.95), Peter Robinson's Not Safe After Dark & Other Stories ($16), Trevor Scott's Extreme Faction ($12.95) and Fatal Network ($12.95), Roger L. Simon's Big Fix ($14) and Lost Coast ($14), Jason Starr's Nothing Personal ($13.95) and Cold Caller ($12), Janwillem van de Wetering's The Blond Baboon ($12), The Corpse on the Dyke ($11), Death of a Hawker ($11), The Hollow-Eyed Angel ($12), The Japanese Corpse ($12), The Maine Massacre ($12), Outsider in Amsterdam ($11), and Tumbleweed ($10), Timothy Watts' Cons ($10) and The Money Lovers ($10), N.S. Wikarski's Fall of the White City ($16.95), Barbara Wilson's Gaudi Afternoon ($8.95), Sisters of the Road ($9.95), Murder in the Collective ($9.95), and The Dog Collar Murders ($8.95), Marda Liggett Woodbury's Stopping the Presses: The Murder of Walter W. Liggett ($18.95), Paula L. Woods' Spooks, Spies and Private Eyes ($12.95), R. D. Zimmerman's Closet ($10.95), Outburst ($11.95) and Tribe ($10.95)and Mark Richard Zubro's The Principal Cause of Death ($8.95), Rust on the Razor ($10.95), Why Isn't Becky Twitchell Dead? ($8.95) and Are You Nuts? ($12.95).
        A week before the newsletter went to the printer, Uncle Hugo's received 56 new fantasy greeting card designs, for a total about 120 new designs in the last 6 months.
        We currently have a large selection in various colors of t-shirts with Uncle Hugo's featured on one side and Uncle Edgar's featured on the other side, with medium, large, and XL at $12, XXL at $14, and XXXL at $16. We also have high quality sweatshirts in light gray with Uncle Hugo's on the front and Uncle Edgar's on the back for $24. Our cloth book bags are $8.
        We have lots of Lord of the Rings books, and the game wholesaler says that the Lord of the Rings maps will be available again before Christmas. We still have a few of the Lord of the Rings jigsaw puzzles that were put out several years ago, just before the company went bankrupt. Uncle Hugo's has a large selection of other jigsaw puzzles, while Uncle Edgar's has mystery jigsaw puzzles (where you have to assemble the puzzles to solve the mystery) and "How to Host a Mystery" games.
        Uncle Edgar's recently got restocked with The Nero Wolfe Cookbook ($16.95) and The Cat Who . . . Cookbook ($21.95). And we still have copies of Eat, Drink, and Be Kinky ($12.00).
        Uncle Edgar's has recently received some very nice art or photo books, including James Bond Movie Posters: The Official 007 Collection ($29.95, large trade paperback), The Art of Noir: Posters and Graphics From the Classic Era of Film Noir ($50.00, large hardcover), and Heart of Oak: A Sailor's Life in Nelson's Navy ($49.95, large hardcover filled with photos).
        Both Uncles have large reference sections, including 2003 Writer's Market ($29.95) and dozens of other books on writing.
        Both Uncles continue to carry some videos you're unlikely to find elsewhere, including British animated versions of Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters and Soul Music ($29.95 each, VHS or DVD), plus the Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, and Brother Cadfael titles made for British TV, plus some of the mysteries made for Mobil Masterpiece Theatre.

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