I found another $2.95 book at Walmart titled The Time Pirate by Ted Bell. It looks like a good read.
When I returned two books to my local library, I glanced at the for sale rack and picked up a book called Desperadoes by Ron Hansen written in 1979. It is a fictional historical novel, telling the story of the Dalton gang from Emmet Dalton's point-of-view.
I haven't been able to find very many good books at the my local thrift shop, but I did get Deadtime Stories: Mirror, Mirror by A.G. Cascone to add to my collection.
Other books in the mail this week were: Purr-fect Recipes for a Healthy Cat by Lisa Shiroff courtesy of Atlantic Publishing Group; The Wind Through the Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel by Stephen King; Calico Joe by John Grisham; Dracula in Love by Karen Essex; Monster High 4: Back and Deader Than Ever by Lisi Harrison; Black Dawn by Rachel Caine; and The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa.
Question of the week: What is one thing you wish you could tell your favorite author?
Dear R.L. Stine,
Thank you to introducing to the world of horror and mayhem.