Sunday, March 30, 2008

New releases for the week of April 1st

Spotlight:
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

Synopsis:
A friendly snowball fight opens the Chicago-based wizard-detective's latest tale, but it's not long before a host of more dangerous foes are out for Harry's blood. A missing human mobster is said to be seeking greater influence among Chicago's extranormal population, but the true threat proves both more subtle and of much greater consequence.

Hardcover:
> Wit’s End, Karen Joy Fowler
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Moon Flower, James Hogan
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Varanger, Cecilia Holland
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> The Baum Plan for Financial Independence and Other Stories, John Kessel
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Caliphate, Tom Kratman
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> And Less Than Kind, Mercedes Lackey, Roberta Gellis
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> The Houses of Time, James Nasir
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Galaxy Blues, Allen Steele
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

Paperback:
> The Man Who Turned Into Himself, David Ambrose
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> The Aftermath, Ben Bova
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Orphan’s Journey, Robert Buettner
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Red Magician, Lisa Goldstein
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Make Room! Make Room!, Harry Harrison
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> The Martian General’s Daughter, Theodore Judson
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> 1635: Cannon Law, Eric Flint, Andrew Dennis
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Harald, David Friedman
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Fortune’s Fool, Mercedes Lackey
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Button, Button: Uncanny Stories, Richard Matheson
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Empress, Karen Miller
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Unto the Breach, John Ringo
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> The Name of the Wind, Patrick Rothfuss
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

> Dagger-Star, Elizabeth Vaughan
(Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble)

Europe:
> Hilldiggers, Neal Asher
(Amazon.co.uk, Book Depository)

> The Line War, Neal Asher
(Amazon.co.uk, Book Depository)

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