Tuesday, September 3, 2013

New Releases ~ week of 9/2/2013

Blue Forever by Nina Bruhns (#3 in Men In Uniform)
The Last President by John Barnes (#3 in A Novel of Daybreak)
Chimes at Midnight by Seanan McGuire (#7 in October Daye)
I am Alice by Joseph Delaney (#12 in Wardstone Chronicles/ Last Apprentice)
The Darling Dahlias and the Texas Star by Susan Wittig Albert (#4 in Darling Dahlias)
Murder of a Stacked Librarian by Denise Swanson (#16 in Scumble River Mysteries)
Hearts of Sand by Jane Haddam (#28 in Gregor Demarkian)
Hunter's Heart by J D Tyler (#4 in Alpha Pack )
A Time for Home by Alexis Morgan (#1 in Snowberry Creek)
Never Go Back by Lee Child (#18 in Jack Reacher)
Ritual Magic by Eileen Wilks (#10 in World of the Lupi)
Mortal Arts by Anna Lee Huber (#2 in Lady Darby )
Styxx by Sherrilyn Kenyon (#24 in Dark Hunters)
The Cakes of Wrath by Jacklyn Brady (#4 in Piece of Cake Mystery)
The Protected by Shiloh Walker (#4 in FBI Psychics)
Everything for Us by M Leighton (#3 in The Bad Boys)
High Passion by Vivian Arend (#2 in Adrenaline)
Blood Cursed by Alex Archer (#44 in Rogue Angel)
Eventide by Shelley Shepard Gray (#3 in Days of Redemption)
Dead Is Just a Dream by Marlene Perez (#3 in Dead Is ....(Spin-Off))
Geek Girls Don't Date Dukes by Gina Lamm (#2 in Geek Girls )
Mykonos After Midnight by Jeffrey Siger (#5 in Andreas Kaldis)
Eternity by Elizabeth Miles (#3 in Fury)
The Angel Stone by Juliet Dark, Carol Goodman (#3 in Fairwick Chronicles)
To Wed a Wicked Highlander by Victoria Roberts (#3 in Bad Boys of the Highlands)
Deceived by Randy Wayne White (#2 in Hannah Smith)
Maddaddam by Margaret Atwood (#3 in MaddAddam Trilogy )
Mission: Cavanaugh Baby by Marie Ferrarella (#25 in Cavanaugh Justice)
Dark Lycan by Christine Feehan (#24 in Dark Carpathians)
The Grim Company by Luke Scull (#1 in The Grim Company)
Children of the Revolution by Peter Robinson (#21 in Inspector Banks)
The Art of Stealing Time by Katie MacAlister (#2 in Time Thief)
Endwar: The Missing by Peter Telep (#3 in Tom Clancys Ghost Recon)
Personal Space by Anna Branford (#4 in Violet Mackerel's)
Dark Fathoms by James Axler (#113 in Deathlands)
How to Date a Dragon by Ashlyn Chase (#2 in Flirting with Fangs Trilogy)
Beautiful Bombshell by Christina Lauren (#2.5 in Beautiful Bastard)
Gabriel by Grace Burrowes (#5 in Lonely Lords )
The Outside by Laura Bickle (#2 in Hallowed Ones)
Girls' Night Out by Lauren Dane (#2 in Visits to Petal)
Hard to Handle by Jessica Lemmon (#2 in Love in the Balance)
Sunny and the Snowy Surprise by Laura Dower (#3 in Palace Puppies)
The Given Sacrifice by S. M. Stirling (#7 in Change)
Soul Kissed by Erin Kellison (#2 in Shadow Kissed)
The Lord of Opium by Nancy Farmer (#2 in Matteo Alacran)
Bran New Death by Victoria Hamilton (#1 in Merry Muffin Mystery )
First-Degree Fudge by Christine DeSmet (#1 in Fudge Shop Mysteries)
Going Through the Notions by Cate Price (#1 in Deadly Notions Mystery)
Clammed Up by Barbara Ross (#1 in Maine Clambake Mysteries)
Murder, Plain and Simple by Isabella Alan (#1 in Amish Quilt Shop Mystery)
Silent Knife by Shelley Freydont (#2 in Celebration Bay Mystery)
The Wife He Always Wanted by Cheryl Ann Smith (#5 in School For Brides )
Killing a Cold One by Joseph Heywood (#9 in Woods Cop)
The (Totally Not) Guaranteed Guide to Popularity, Prettiness & Perfection by Megan McCafferty (#1 in Jessica Darling's It List)
Hope Flames by Jaci Burton (#1 in Hope )
All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill (#1 in All Our Yesterdays)
The Mayan Secrets by Clive Cussler, Thomas Perry (#5 in Fargo Adventure)
True Spies by Shana Galen (#2 in Lord and Lady Spy)
A Skeleton in the Family by Leigh Perry (#1 in Family Skeleton Mystery)
The Transfer: A Divergent Story by Veronica Roth (#0.1 in Divergent)
Under a Graveyard Sky by John Ringo (#1 in Black Tide Rising)
Slammed by Kelly Jamieson (#3 in San Amaro Singles)


  1. Great list! There are so many good books out this month that I don't know how I'll fit them all in!

    Kate @ Ex Libris

  2. Such a busy week! I like the sound of True Spies since I enjoyed the first book so much. I've also heard good things about All Our Yesterdays and its approach to time travel.