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December 2012 New Releases!

Here are the new releases for December! However, this is by no means a comprehensive list (just ones that I especially have my eye on.) If you have any new releases that I didn’t include, and that you’d like to direct me to, please list them in the comments. Thanks!

December 4th, 2012:
Fantasy/Urban Fantasy/Paranormal/Sci-Fi:
The Damnation Affair by Lilith Saintcrow (Dec. 1st)
Resurrection Engines (steampunk anthology)ed. by Scott Harrison (Dec. 1st)
A Leaf On the Wind of All Hallows (Outlander Novella) by Diana Gabaldon
The Farm by Emily McKay
The Siren Depths by Martha Wells
Katya’s World by Jonathan L. Howard
Edge of Sanity by Shannon K. Butcher
Guardians of Stone by Anita Clenney
Touch of Steel (A Novel of the Clockwork Agents) by Kate Cross
The Red Sun Also Rises by Mark Hodder
The Doctor and the Rough Rider by Mike Resnick
Blood of Dawn by Tami Dane
The Accidental Genie by Dakota Cassidy
Alien vs. Alien by Gini Koch
The Weird Girls (novella) by Cecy Robson | REVIEW
The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress (Dec. 6th)
Thriller/Mystery/Suspense/Horror:
Terminal Island by Walter Greatshell
Morgue Drawer For Rent by Juta Profijt and Eric J. Macki
Me and the Devil by Nick Tosches
Shiver by Karen Robards
Dying On the Vine by Aaron Elkins
The Man Who Turned Both Cheeks by Gillian Royes
City of Exiles by Alec Nevala-Lee
The Bubble Gum Thief by Jeff Miller

December 11th, 2012:
Fantasy/Urban Fantasy/Paranormal/Sci-Fi:
Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhoades
Supernatural: Fresh Meat by Alice Henderson
Foretold by Jana Oliver (YA)
Enders by Lissa Price (Publishing date scheduled to change/will update)
Seal Team 666 by Weston Ochse

Thriller/Mystery/Suspense/Horror:
Two Graves by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
Ash by James Herbert
Good Junk by Ed Kovacs
Safe House by Chris Ewan
Life! Death! Prizes! by Stephen May
The Cleaner by Paul Cleave
Invisible by Carla Buckley
Z 2134 by Sean Platt and David W. Wright
Orders From Berlin by Simon TolkienDecember 18th, 2012:
Fantasy/Urban Fantasy/Paranormal/Sci-Fi:
Nexus by Ramez Naam
The Steam Mole by Dave Freer
Black Sun Reich: The Spear of Destiny by Trey Garrison
Deadly Little Voices by Laurie Faria Stolarz (YA)
Scent of Magic by Maria V. Snyder
Enchanted Ever After by Robin D. Owens

Thriller/Mystery/Suspense/Horror:
Whispering Death by Gary Disher
Parishioner by Walter Mosley
Murder by Moonlight by Vincent Zandri
The Devil’s Necktie by John Lansing
Bone Tree by Greg Isles

December 25th, 2012:
Fantasy/Urban Fantasy/Paranormal/Sci-Fi:
Unnatural Acts by Kevin J. Anderson (Dec. 24th)
The Shadow’s Heir by KJ Taylor (Dec. 24th)
The Trouble With Fate by Leigh Evans (Dec. 24th)
A Low Down Dirty Shane by Sierra Dean
Circle of Deception by Carla Swafford
Blood Winter by Diana Pharoah Francis (Dec. 26th)
Gilded by Karina Cooper (Dec. 26th)
Demon’s Curse by Alexa Egan (Dec. 26th)
Ack Ack Macaque by Gareth L. Powell  (Dec. 26th)
Last Kiss Goodnight by Gena Showalter  (Dec. 26th)
Sealed With a Curse by Cecy Robson (Dec. 31st) | REVIEW
Doktor Glass by Thomas Brennan (Dec. 31st)
The Hunter From the Woods by Robert McCammon (Dec. 31st)
Touch of the Demon by Diana Rowland (Dec. 31st)
Black Fallen by Elle Jasper (Dec. 31st)
I’m Not Sam by Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee (Dec. 31st)

Thriller/Mystery/Suspense/Horror:
Great North Road by Peter F. Hamilton (Dec. 24th)
Frozen by Kate Watterson (Dec. 24th)
The Intercept: A Jeremy Fisk Novel by Dick Wolf (Dec. 26th)
Trust Your Eyes by Linwood Barclay
The Accidental Pallbearer by Frank Lentricchia
A Very Profitable War by Didier Daeninckx and Sarah Martin  (Dec. 26th)
Grave Sight: A Harper Connelly Graphic Novel by Charlaine Harris(Dec. 31st)

What new books are you jonesin’ for this month?

2 Responses to “December 2012 New Releases!”

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  1. Redhead says:

    Tons of good stuff coming out just in time for holiday shopping!

    I loved Mark Hodder’s Burton & Swinburne series, so I’m looking forward to A Red Sun Also Rises, and the Mike Resnick weird west books were fun, so good to hear he’s got another one coming out.

    so many good books, so little time. sigh.

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