As if anyone needs a reason to run to their favorite bookstore, check out all the fabulous titles that have hit the shelves today. There’s a ton of great authors here…why are you still reading this, go to the bookstore now! *grin* Wait, did I miss any? If so, let us know!
- How to be Death by Amber Benson (Calliope Reaper-Jones #4)
- Timeless by Gail Carriger (Parasol Protectorate #5)
- A Touch Morbid by Leah Clifford (Touch #2)
- Yours, Mine, and Ours by MaryJanice Davidson
- Kingdoms of Dust by Amanda Downum (Necromancer Chronicles #3)
- The Scar by Sergey and Marina Dyachenko
- By a Thread by Jennifer Estep (Elemental Assassin #6)
- Carpathia by Matt Forbeck
- Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbors by Molly Harper
- Black Howl by Christina Henry (Black Wings #3)
- Torn by Amanda Hocking (Trylle #2)
- My Lord Vampire by Alexandra Ivy (Immortal Rogues #1)
- Witchful Thinking by HP Mallory
- Sliver of Shadow by Allison Pang
- The Husband Hunt by Lynsay Sands
- Angels’ Flight by Nalini Singh (Guild Hunters)
- Fever by Joan Swan
- If You Know Her by Shiloh Walker (If #3)
- Partials by Dan Wells
- Whispers Under Ground by Ben Aaronovitch
A WHOLE NEW REASON TO MIND THE GAP
It begins with a dead body at the far end of Baker Street tube station, all that remains of American exchange student James Gallagher—and the victim’s wealthy, politically powerful family is understandably eager to get to the bottom of the gruesome murder. The trouble is, the bottom—if it exists at all—is deeper and more unnatural than anyone suspects . . . except, that is, for London constable and sorcerer’s apprentice Peter Grant. With Inspector Nightingale, the last registered wizard in England, tied up in the hunt for the rogue magician known as “the Faceless Man,” it’s up to Peter to plumb the haunted depths of the oldest, largest, and—as of now—deadliest subway system in the world.
At least he won’t be alone. No, the FBI has sent over a crack agent to help. She’s young, ambitious, beautiful . . . and a born-again Christian apt to view any magic as the work of the devil. Oh yeah—that’s going to go well.
- Burn Me Deadly by Alex Bledsoe (Eddie LaCrosse)
Above Angelina’s Tavern in down-and-dirty Neceda you’ll find the office of Eddie LaCrosse, a freelance sword jockey who, for twenty-five gold pieces a day, will take on any task short of murder for hire. Eddie’s on his way back from a routine investigation when his horse almost runs down a half-naked blonde in serious trouble. Against his better judgment, he promises to protect the frightened young woman, only to find himself waylaid by unknown assailants and left for dead beside her mutilated body.
Eddie isn’t the kind of guy to just let something like this pass. But who killed Laura Lesperitt? Eddie’s quest for payback leads him to a tangled mystery involving a notorious crime lord, a backwoods dragon cult, royal scandals, and a duplicitous femme fatale who has trouble keeping her clothes on. As bodies pile up, attracting the unwelcome attention of the king’s guards, Eddie must use all his wits if he hopes to survive . . .
- When the Sea is Rising Red by Cat Hellisen
After seventeen-year-old Felicita’s dearest friend Ilven kills herself to escape an arranged marriage, Felicita chooses freedom over privilege. She fakes her own death and leaves her sheltered life as one of Pelimburg’s magical elite behind. Living in the slums, scrubbing dishes for a living, she falls for charismatic Dash while also becoming fascinated with vampire Jannik. Then something shocking washes up on the beach: Ilven’s death has called out of the sea a dangerous wild magic. Felicita must decide whether her loyalties lie with the family she abandoned . . . or with those who would twist this dark power to destroy Pelimburg’s caste system, and the whole city along with it.