I wandered into an Oxfam 'Emporium' at the weekend, just to see if they had any decent second-hand genre books. As it happens, they had a lot. I therefore staggered out of the store with the following:
The Eyes of God (John Marco)
A Sword from Red Ice (J. V. Jones - hardcover for £2.99, when it retails at around £17.99...absolute steal)
Jarka Ruus (Terry Brooks - hardback)
Haunted (James Herbert)
In addition, my other half picked up the first two novels - both hardback copies - in Cecelia Dart-Thornton's Crowthistle Chronicles.
The above six books - four in hardback - came to under £20. I've said it before and I'll say it again - charity shops are awesome.
In other news, I've finished The Inferior and will post a review shortly. I also note that Aidan has tagged me in the latest meme frenzy, so I will be responding in kind...
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