New Titles – w/e 6th November 2016
David Weber – At the Sign of Triumph the 9th Safehold volume
Brent Weeks – The Blood Mirror volume 4 of his Lightbringer series… # 1 was The Black Prism
Matthew Reilly – The Four Legendary Kingdoms the latest non-stop Jack West thriller!
J. R. R. Tolkien – The Lay of Aotrou & Itroun epic verse composed in or before 1930 but not published until 1945 (and then only briefly)
Lucy Elizabeth Collier (editor) – Cumbrian Cthulhu: Complete Short Stories volumes 1 – 4 hefty hardcover containing 38 short horror stories with a Lovecraftian theme, set in Cumbria! Originally published in aid of The Lake District Search and Mountain Rescue Association
Edward Brooke-Hitching – The Phantom Atlas fascinating collection of old maps, etc. that got it wrong!
in large format:
Miles Cameron – A Plague of Swords the 4th book in his Traitor Son Cycle, which began with The Red Knight
Cassandra Rose Clarke – Our Lady of the Ice the infrastructure of a domed city in Antarctica is beginning to fail…
in ‘B’ format:
Dave Hutchinson – Europe in Winter 3r book in his Fractured Europe sequence of novels, which began with Europe in Autumn
Christopher Hinz – Binary Storm a new, stand-alone Paratwa novel! The previous one appeared in 1991!
Alex White – Every Mountain made Low Loxley can see the dead, but, worryingly, they can see her, too!
Kristen Painter – The Werewolf Meets Her Match the 2nd of her Nocturne Falls light horror series
Ellen Kushner – Swordspoint reprint of her 1987 novel
Ellen Kushner – The Privilege of the Sword sequel to Swordspoint
Maurice Leblanc – An Arsene Lupine Omnibus 4 adventuress featuring the early 20th C French rogue
Maurice Leblanc – Arsine Lupine vs Sherlock Holmes 2 stories pitting the French gentleman burglar against the great English detective…
Warhammer – Hammers of Sigmar 2 short novels of the Realmgate Wars, set in the Age of Sigmar. Stormcast by Darius Hinks and Scion of the Storm by C. L. Werner
Warhammer 40,000 – Sons of Corax 7 short Legends of the Dark Millenium stories by George Mann
Oliver Morton – The Planet Remade: How Geoengineering Could Change the World a serious look at the pros and cons of various ways climate change could be tackled
Marshall Ryan Maresca – An Import of Intrigue the 2nd of the Maradaine Constabulary books
Clive Cussler & Graham Brown – The Pharaoh’s Secret the 13th Kurt Austin adventure!
Terry Pratchett – Discworld Collector’s Edition 2017 with illustrations by Josh Kirby
J. R. R. Tolkien – Calendar 2017 with art by JRRT himself, and an introduction by Alan Lee
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