New Releases: Week of August 15th, 2011

Happy Monday, gang! Be sure to check out the great new releases this week (most release 8/16)!

Urban Fantasy/Paranormal/Fantasy/Sci-fi/Horror:
Low Town: A novelby Daniel Polansky
Ready Player Oneby Ernest Cline
Kitty’s Greatest Hits (Kitty Norville)by Carrie Vaughn
The Edinburgh Deadby Brian Ruckley | REVIEW
Best of the Tomes of the Dead Vol. 2by Simon Bestwick, Jasper Bark, and Gary McMahon
Second Grave on the Left (Charley Davidson, Book 2)by Darynda Jones
Evolve 2: Vampire Stories of the Future Undeaded. by Nancy Kilpatrick
The Tempering of Menby Sarah Monette and Elizabeth Bear
Autumn: Purificationby David Moody
The Omen Machineby Terry Goodkind
Specimen 313(From The Monster’s Corner)by Jeff Strand (free)
The Lakeby Tananarive Due (free)
What Maisie Knew: A Novellaby David Liss (from The New Dead anthology)
Henry VIII: Wolfmanby A.E. Moorat
The Urban Fantasy Anthologyed. by Joe R. Landsdale

Suspense/Thriller:
Mice: A Novelby Gordon Reece (8/18)
Bye Bye, Baby (Nate Heller)by Max Allan Collins
The Calling: A DC Goodhew Investigationby Alison Bruce
Dandy Gilver and the Proper Treatment of Bloodstainsby Catriona McPherson
Death and the Maiden: A Daniel Jacobus Mystery (Daniel Jacobus Mysteries)by Gerald Elias
Dry Iceby Bill Evans and Marianna Jameson
Hideoutby Kathleen George
Swimmerby Brett Reetz
Wicked Appetiteby Janet Evanovich (paperback release)
Call Me Princess: A Novel (Pegasus Crime)by Sara Blaedel (1st US release!)
Second Son (Kindle Single)by Lee Child

Young Adult:
Bargains and Betrayals: A 13 to Life Novelby Shannon Delaney

Historical Mystery/Suspense:
The Brink of Fameby Irene Fleming
The Fall of the House of Walworth: A Tale of Madness and Murder in Gilded Age America (John MacRae Books)by Geoffrey O’Brien

3 Comments:

  1. !!! I can’t wait to read this!!

  2. Oh wow. This month is really tough on my pocket book and TBR pile. lol. thanks for the great list to keep and eye out for. 🙂

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