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Packed with his usual mind-bending style brings a surreal twist to the hard boiled detective novel. Mister Boots by Carol Emshwiller. Harshini by Jennifer Fallon. The dazzling conclusion to the Hythrun Chronicles Trilogy. And now time for something completely different. Fforde takes a break from Thursday Next and embarks upon a new series of Nursery Crimes loosely derived from Mother Goose.
Should be quite entertaining. Curse the Dark by Laura Anne Gilman. Retrievers go to Italy in search of a possessed manuscript. Whoever reads it disappears. The Divided Crown by Isabel Glass. Glass tells the fascinating tale of a young woman seeking justice and power in a magical world of wizards and royalty, court intrigues and magical battles. Deftly written and filled with delightfully drawn details, employed in the service of an intriguingly twisted plot.
Sequel to the fabulous Daughter of Exile. Cover by Kinuko Y. The Princess Academy by Shannon Hale.
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Every teenage girl must attend a special and learn how to become a princess. Miri soon finds herself confronted with a harsh academy mistress, bitter competition among the girls, and her own conflicting desires to be chosen and win the heart of her childhood best friend. But when bandits seek out the academy to kidnap the future princess, Miri must rally the girls together and use a power unique to the mountain dwellers to save herself and her classmates.
Dark Moon by Lori Handeland. Elise Hanover is a werewolf who has spent years trying to find a cure for her lycanthropy is interrupted by the man she fell in love with in college, now an FBI agent. Witch and former bounty hunter Rachel Morgan must stop an archdemon before he pulls her into a sorcerous ever after.
Outstanding crime fiction from Denmark, Iceland and Norway shortlisted for the 12222 Petrona Award
Year's Best Fantasy 5 edited by David G. A selection of the best fantasy stories of The Dare by Susan Kearney. Dora, the sentient computer, wants a human body and uses 24th century technology to build a body specifically designed to appeal to a warrior pilot. Sins of the Night by Sherrilyn Kenyon. Dark hunters have a code of honor that even immortal vampires must follow.
But when Alexion, the one the fearless fear, meets female Dark Hunter Dangereuse StRichard, something about her reawakens a heart he thought was long dead. Trio of paranormal romance novellas. Grave Intent by Deborah LeBlanc. When funeral home operators bury a 19 year old gypsy girl, they are not prepared for the consequences when gold is stolen from the coffin.
The Dark Mirror by Juliet Marillier. Book One of the Bridei Chronicles. First US ed. Compelling historical fantasy novel of Celtic mysticism in ancient Ireland. Long overdue fourth novel in this epic series. It has been on and off the publishing schedule for years was to ship by Armadillocon. But now it's been broken in two volumes to start in November. Crimson City by Liz Maverick.
Crimson City, formerly Los Angeles, where vampires, werewolves and humans now exist in a fragile peace. Southern Fire by Juliet McKenna.
The American hardcover debut of a writer who has already gathered many fans with the five volumes of her Tales of Einarinn, Southern Fire is an engrossing new epic of magic, intrigue, culture, and politics, in a fantasy setting in a colorful south seas archipelago. Collection of short stories, including an original novella set in the world of the Sabriel series.
Book four of the Children of the Red King. Charlie must continue to outsmart wicked teachers and help his friends in this entertaining Canadian response to Harry Potter. Lord of the Libraries by Mel Odom. A Princess of Roumania by Paul Park. Well done contemporary fantasy of a world were Roumania was a great power.
A truly complex, elusive, haunting magical tale, full of strangeness, terrors and wonders. Willie likes. Excellent John Jude Palencar cover. Dutch Uncle by Peter Pavia. Noir novel set in Miami Beach. Fifteen stories of strong, well-rounded female heroes. Strange Itineraries by Tim Powers. This is a collection of the complete short stories of this wild and crazy guy. For the many people who couldn't afford the Subterranean Press collections. The first Johnny Maxwell teen novel is finally published in hardback in the US. Teen fantasy adventure with contemporary appearances by various Greek Gods and a summer camp for demigods on Long Island.
Should be a crazy good time. This sixth book of the series is available on line everywhere cheaper than I can even buy it from my wholesaler. I've included it for completeness, but if you really want me to get you a copy I'll be more than happy to. The UK edition is simultaneous and if you'ld rather follow the flag and get UK editions I can provide this as well. Lady of Mazes by Karl Schroeder. Returning to the same distant future in which Ventus was set, but employing a broader canvas. This will be THE hard science fiction novel of the summer. Killer Swell by Jeff Shelby. Surfing and murder come together in this thrilling first novel featuring San Diego private investigator and surfer dude Noah Braddock.
Sequel to last year's delightful Safe Keeper's Secret. Olympos by Dan Simmons. Followup to Ilium. Inda by Sherwood Smith. Epic high fantasy from this popular young adult writer. A Brother's Price by Wen Spencer. In a world where males are rarely born, they're a commodity, traded and sold like property. Accelerando by Charles Stross. Expanding upon his award winning short story cycle from Asimov's SF Magazine. Greatly anticipated novel from this year's Armadillocon Guest of Honor. The Bright Spot by Robert Sydney. Clever novel of science fiction suspense is an engaging, near future whodunit that is as funny as it is insightful.
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Frankenstein's neice Clair enters a castle in Regency England in search of vampires she finds a paranormal romp with more love bites than she knows what to do with. The Charmed Sphere by Catherine Asaro. Helmsman: Galactic Convoy by Bill Baldwin.
Revised reprint. Dead Lines by Greg Bear.
Forge of Heaven by C. Parting the Veil by Jay Davis.
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Something Rotten by Jasper Fforde. Reprint of the fourth of whimsical Thursday Next novels. The Wilding by C. Camouflage by Joe Haldeman. The Wizard's Ward by Deborah Hale. Expanded Universe by Robert A. Silver's Edge by Anne Kelleher.