Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill over at Breaking The Spine. It's a weekly event that spotlights upcoming releases we are eagerly anticipating.

The Red Plague Affair (Bannon & Clare #2)
by Lilith Saintcrow
published by Orbit
expected release date: May 21, 2013
genre: Adult, Fantasy, Steampunk

Summary (Goodreads): The service of Britannia is not for the faint of heart--or conscience...

Emma Bannon, Sorceress Prime in service to Queen Victrix, has a mission: to find the doctor who has created a powerful new weapon. Her friend, the mentath Archibald Clare, is only too happy to help. It will distract him from pursuing his nemesis, and besides, Clare is not as young as he used to be. A spot of Miss Bannon's excellent hospitality and her diverting company may be just what he needs.

Unfortunately, their quarry is a fanatic, and his poisonous discovery is just as dangerous to Britannia as to Her enemies. Now a single man has set Londinium ablaze, and Clare finds himself in the middle of distressing excitement, racing against time and theory to find a cure. Miss Bannon, of course, has troubles of her own, for the Queen's Consort Alberich is ill, and Her Majesty unhappy with Bannon's loyal service. And there is still no reliable way to find a hansom when one needs it most...

The game is afoot. And the Red Plague rises.

** I just finished the first book and enjoyed it. Glad there is not a long wait before I can read another.


  1. This sounds really good! Definitely adding it to my to-read along with the first one.
    Here's my WoW :)

  2. Oh wow, this sounds very exciting! And I like the cover, the people look positively mischievous!
    Here's my WoW
    Juli @ Universe in Words

  3. I've heard of this author but I've never read any of her books. This one sounds interesting though :)
    My WOW

  4. I haven't heard of this one yet.
    Hope you get to read it soon!
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog

  5. I haven't read the first book so I'll need to catch up on that before getting into the second; hopefully it will live up to its promise as it certainly looks good.