New Titles – w/e 22nd October 2011
Guillermo del Toro & Chuck Hogan – The Night Eternal the 3rd of the Strain trilogy
Paul Wilson – The Dark at the End the latest Repairman Jack novel!
Charles Stross – Palimpsest signed & numbered hardback novella published by Subterranean Press
Edgar Allan Poe – The Raven, and other stories very nice illustrated hardback of his best poems and short stories. Art by Sam Kieth
Joe Abercrombie – The Heroes “three men, one battle, no heroes”, so it says!
Chris Wooding – The Iron Jackal the 3rd in the Tales of the Ketty Jay, about sky pirates…
Greg Bear – Hull Three Zero a man wakes up naked on a spaceship…
Charlaine Harris – Dead Reckoning the 12th True Blood novel, featuring Sookie Stackhouse
Christopher Golden – The Fourth Labyrinth the 1st novel based on the videogame Uncharted, featuring Nathan Drake, treasure hunter and risk taker
Barbara Hambly – Blood Maidens the 3rd of her James Asher Vampire novels. Those Who Hunt the Night (aka Immortal Blood) was the first, back in 1988!
Matthew J. Kirby – The Clockwork Three steampunk adventure
in ‘B’ format:
Mark Morris – Dead Island zombies invade an idyllic island resort!
Hannah Jayne – Under Attack sequel to Under Wraps, the 1st UDAC (Underworld Detection Agency Chronicles) adventure, again featuring Sophie Lawson
Greg Keyes – Lord of Souls the 1st Elder Scrolls novel
Mercedes Lackey – The Sleeping Beauty the latest of the Tales of the Five Hundred Kingdoms
Harvest Moon – three novellas by Mercedes Lackey, Michelle Sagara and Cameron Haley
Matt Kish – Moby Dick in Pictures a quote and an accompanying picture from every page of the book, done daily over 18 months!
Jim Woodring – The Frank Book softcover of mainly b&w strips featuring Frank and his friends Pupshaw and Pushpaw, among others. Some full page full colour art also.
Matt Phelan – Around the World 3 graphic novellas illustrating 3 different real Victorian voyages round the world. Attractive looking hardback.
Boom! Studios – Cthulhu Tales Omnibus: Madness 23 short stories from the comic
Kirk Demarais & Jesse Thorn – Mail Order Mysteries heavily illustrated hardback, all about those enticing adverts on the back of old comics and magazines, and what you actually got for your money!
Locus – October cover date. Early for once!
Ken Kelly – Vampirella
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