New Titles – w/e September 5th 2010
Terry Pratchett – I Will Wear Midnight the 4th Tiffany Aching novel. Not available until 11.00 a.m. on Thursday 2nd September
Terry Brooks – The Bearers of the Black Staff 1st of a pair of Shanarra books called Legends of Shanarra. They follow on from the Genesis of Shanarra set.
in large format:
Kate Elliott – Cold Magic 1st of her new Spiritwalker trilogy, set in an alternate world at the dawn of their Industrial Revolution…
Raymond E. Feist – At the Gates of Darkness book 2 of his Demonwar Saga. The sequel to Rides a Dread Legion
Maria V. Snyder – Spyglass the 3rd in set that began with Stormglass...
Michell Lang – Lady Lazarus the summer of 1939 in Budapest, and the forces of magic prepare to resist Hitler…
in ‘B’ format:
Raymond E. Feist & Janny Wurts – Daughter of the Empire, Servant of the Empire & Mistress of the Empire. The trilogy reprinted in ‘B’ format with new covers… Almost 2200 pages between them!
Eric Flint & Virginia DeMarce – 1635: The Dreeson Incident the latest in the Ring of Fire series that began with 1632
Ann Aguirre – Killbox the 4th in the Grimspace series, featuring Sirantha Jax
Timothy Zahn – The Domino Pattern the 4th in the Quadrail sequence that began with Night Train to Rigel
Ralph Peters – The War After Armageddon set after a major war in the Middle East and beyond. Premier format
Cris Ramsay – Substitution Method the 1st book set in Eureka, a town a little like Eerie, Indiana. Based on a new tv series. Looks like fun!
Simon R. Green – Ghost of a Chance the 1st in his new Ghost Finders series, featuring the members of the Carnaki Institute…
Elizabeth Bear – By the Mountain Bound a strange woman is washed ashore on a strange world…
Ken Scholes – Canticle the sequel to Lamentation
David Anthony Durham – Other Lands the 2nd in his Acacia Trilogy
Paul Kearney – Century of the Soldier the 2nd omnibus volume, containing the final 3 books of the Monarchies of God quintet: The Iron Wars, The Second Empire and Ships from the West
Dakota Banks – Sacrifice the sequel to Dark Time, which was the 1st in her Mortal Path series…
Laura Bickle – Sparks the sequel to Embers, featuring arson investigator and psychic medium Anya Kalinczyk
Kelly Gay – The Darkest Edge of Town sequel to The Better Part of Darkness
Jeanne C. Stein – Chosen the 6th Anna Strong, Vampire novel…
Mark del Franco – Face Off the sequel to Skin Deep
W. Michael Gear & Kathleen O’Neal Gear – Coming of the Storm first contact novel between DeSoto’s conquistadores and the native Americans…
Jack Whyte – Order in Chaos the final part of his Templars series. Premier format.
Jesse Petersen – Married with Zombies apparently a romantic comedy!
Terry Goodkind – The Law of Nines fantasy/thriller from the best-selling fantasy writer. On his 27th birthday, a man saves the life of a beautiful but strange woman… Premier format
R. Scott Bakker – Neuropath medical chiller from the top fantasy writer
Clive Cussler & Grant Blackwood – Spartan Gold the 1st Fargo adventure, about treasure hunters and a lost treasure of Napoleon. Premier format
Graham Brown – Black Sun deep in the Amazon, a strange tablet appears to be counting down to the Mayan end of the world in 2012!
Alan Dean Foster – Star Trek the long awaited adult paperback novelisation of last year’s ‘re-boot’ film, with a new ‘classic’ Enterprise crew…
Brian Sibley & John Howe (illustrator) – There and Back Again a small illustrated hardback about Bilbo’s journey, with a folded up map of it all at the back. Same format as the similar The Road Goes Ever On and On. Both ovbiously related to J. R. R. Tolkien‘s works.
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