The View From Monday - February 17, 2020
|Part 1 here||Part 11 here|
|Part 2 here||Part 12 here|
|Part 3 here|
|Part 4 here|
|Part 5 here|
|Part 6 here|
|Part 7 here|
|Part 8 here|
|Part 9 here|
|Part 10 here|
|The Wanderer's Tale (ri)||David Bilsborough||F - Annals of Lindormyn 1|
|Small Doses of the Future: A Collection of Medical Science Fiction Stories||Brad Aiken||SF - Collection|
|Death's Daughter (e)||Kathleen Collins||PNR - Realm Walker 2|
|Minding the Stars: The Early Jack Vance Volume 4||Terry Dowling (ed) |
Jonathan Strahan (ed)
|SF/F - Collection|
|Cursed (e)||Alexa Egan||PNR - The Complete Imnada Brotherhood Novellas|
|Dangerous Angel (e)||Stacy Gail||PNR - Earth Angels 4|
|At Star's End (e)||Anna Hackett||SFR|
|The Compleat Crow||Brian Lumley||F - Titus Crow Stories|
|The Goblin Emperor||Katherine Addison||F|
|The Bird Eater||Ania Ahlborn||H|
|Circle of Desire||Keri Arthur||FR - Damask Circle 3|
|Wild Wolf||Jennifer Ashley||PNR - Shifters Unbound 6|
|Immortal Hunter (e)||Kait Ballenger||PNR - The Execution Underground 2|
|Lexicon (h2tp)||Max Barry||SF|
|Dark Eden||Chris Beckett||SF|
|Hecate's Own||Dana Marie Bell||PNR - Heart's Desire 2|
|Covenant||Sabrina Benulis||F/Go - Books of Raziel 2|
|What the Doctor Ordered||Michael Blumlein||H - Collection|
|The Days of the Deer||Liliana Bodoc||F - Saga of the Borderlands 1|
|A Killing Notion||Melissa Bourbon||PCM - Magical Dressmaking Mystery 3|
|Riveted (tp2mm)||Meljean Brook||SPR - Iron Seas 3|
|The Devil's Eye (e)||Dawn Brown||GoR - Shivers 10|
|Blameless (ri)||Gail Carriger||SP - Parasol Protectorate 3|
|Changeless (ri)||Gail Carriger||SP - Parasol Protectorate 2|
|Soulless (ri)||Gail Carriger||SP - Parasol Protectorate 1|
|Upon a Sea of Stars||A. Bertam Chandler||SF - John Grimes Saga 5|
|Peacemaker||C. J. Cherryh||SF - Foreigner 15|
|Savage Panet||Stephen Coonts||SF - Saucer 3|
|Quicksilver Soul||Christine D'Abo||PHR - Shadow Guild 2|
|The Ugly Woman of Castello di Putti: A Tor.Com Original||A.M. Dellamonica||F|
|Turned||Virna DePaul||PNR - Belladonna Agency 1|
|The Ophelia Prophecy||Sharon Lynn Fisher||SFR|
|Shards of Time||Lynn Flewelling||F - Nightrunner 7|
|Magical Misfire (e)||Kimberly Frost||PNR - A Southern Witch Novella|
|Vampire's Hunger||Cynthia Garner||SFR - Awakening 1|
|The Revolutions||Felix Gilman||SF/R|
|Legacy of Darkness (e)||Jane Godman||GoR - Shivers 9|
|The Awakening (ri)||Heather Graham |
|PNR - Alliance Vampires 5|
|Darkening Around Me (e)||Barbara J. Hancock||GoR - Shivers 1|
|Games Creatures Play||Charlaine Harris (ed) |
Toni L.P. Kelner (ed)
|UF - Anthology|
|Empty Space: A Haunting (h2tp)||M. John Harrison||SF/H|
|Dream a Little Dream (e)||Megan Hart||PNR|
|Irenicon (D US)||Aidan Harte||F - Wave Trilogy 1|
|The Crimson Shield||Nathan Hawke||F - Gallow 1|
|Marked||Alex Hughes||SF - Mindspace Investigations 3|
|Ghost of a Gamble||Sue Ann Jaffarian||PCM - Ghost of Granny Apples 4|
|Tempting the Demon||Elle James||PNR|
|Enchanting the Beast||Kathryne Kennedy||PHR - Relics of Merlin 4|
|Wicked Games||Angela Knight||PNR - Collection|
|Appalachian Overthrow (h2mm)||E.E. Knight||SF - Vampire Earth 10|
|Baltic Gambit||E.E. Knight||SF - Vampire Earth 11|
|The Frangipani Hotel||Violet Kupersmith||Gh - Collection|
|When He Was Bad (ri)||Shelly Laurenston |
|PNR - Stories|
|The Fearful Gates||Ross Lawhead||F - An Ancient Earth 3|
|Into the Void: Star Wars||Tim Lebbon||SF - Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi|
|The Forever Knight (h2mm)||John Marco||F - Bronze Knight 1|
|Reign of Ash||Gail Z. Martin||F - Ascendant Kingdom 2|
|Drowning in Fire||Hanna Martine||PNR - Elementals 3|
|Step Back in Time||Ali McNamara||TTR|
|Like a Dead Man Walking||William F. Nolan |
Jason V. Brock (ed)
|SF/H - Collection|
|Ghost Seer||Robin D. Owens||PNR - Ghost Seer 1|
|Tomorrow, the Killing||Daniel Polansky||DF - Low Town 2|
|Stoker's Manuscript (h2tp)||Royce Prouty||H|
|Prince's Fire||Amy Raby||FR - Hearts and Thrones 3|
|Fall||Rod Rees||SF/Dys - Demi-Monde Saga 4|
|Evil Never Dies||Mick Ridgewell||H|
|Deadroads: A Novel of Supernatural Suspense (D)||Robin Riopelle||Su/Sus|
|Keith Roberts SF Gateway Omnibus||Keith Roberts||SF - SF Gateway Omnibus|
|Shattered Moon||Moira Rogers||PNR - Bloodhounds|
|Black Rose (e)||Jenna Ryan||GoR - Shivers 3|
|Silence for the Dead||Simone St. James||Go|
|Bob Shaw SF Gateway Omnibus||Bob Shaw||SF - SF Gateway Omnibus|
|Conversations with William Gibson||Patrick A. Smith (ed)||SF - Literary Conversations|
|Running Free||Jorrie Spencer||PNR - Northern Shifters 5|
|Angel City (h2mm)||Jon Steele||Su/P - Angelus Trilogy 2|
|The Homecoming (h2tp)||Carsten Stroud||Su/H - Niceville 2|
|From Civil War to World War||Peter G. Tsouras||AH - Britannia's Fist Trilogy1|
|The Seventh Child||Erik Valeur||Go|
|Circle of Blood||Debbie Viguie||F/P - Witch Hunt 3|
|The Way of All Flesh||Tim Waggoner||H|
|Mark of the Bear||NJ Walters||PNR - Hades' Carnival 2|
|The King||J.R. Ward||PNR - Black Dagger Brotherhood 12|
|Gothic Science Fiction: 1980-2010||Sara Wasson (ed) |
Emily Alder (ed)
|The Devil in America: A Tor.Com Original||Kai Ashante Wilson||F|
Elizabethan spy Mal Catlyn has everything he ever wanted – his twin brother Sandy restored to health, his family estate reclaimed and a son to inherit it – but his work is far from over. The renegade skraylings, the guisers, are still plotting – their leader, Jathekkil, has reincarnated as the young Prince Henry Tudor. But while he is still young, Mal has a slim chance of eliminating his enemies whilst they are at their weakest.
With Sandy’s help, Mal learns to harness his own magic in the fight against the guisers, but it may be too late to save England. Schemes set in motion decades ago are at last coming to fruition, and the barrier between the dreamlands and the waking world is wearing thin…
File Under: Fantasy [ Princes in the Tower | Revenger's Tragedy | Much Ado | Boys Will Be Boys ]
It’s taken six months, but supernaturally gifted Magnolia Kelch finally seems to have her surging powers under control. Then she arrives home to find a group of strangers in her beloved farmhouse, and that control is immediately put to the test. Magnolia quickly learns that her “guests” are actually part of the Network—not from the task force headed by her mentor, Thirteen, but a second group, led by British agent Colin St. Pierre.
Unfortunately, Theo, a Network agent who shares an intimate connection with Magnolia, doesn’t trust Colin as a new commander. When team missions collide, Magnolia finds herself in the middle of Network infighting, asking herself who among those closest to her truly has her best interests at heart.
But an even greater threat lies on the horizon. Intent on tracking down the source of Magnolia’s powers, a familiar enemy resurfaces with a plan—one that is far more sinister than the Network has ever seen.
Bren is a cocky, brash hound of a werewolf who loathes the idea of belonging to Aric’s pack—much less finding a mate. But Bren’s hotheaded behavior lands him in the doghouse when he defies Aric’s authority in front of his pack, bringing up a sore subject that’s bound to make the Alpha wolf’s blood boil…
Luckily for him, no one can stay mad at Bren and his wild charm for long. And when some frightening ghosts launch a hostile paranormal takeover, Bren will team up with Celia Wird to take down the evil ghouls before they hurt someone they both love…
Includes a preview of the upcoming Weird Girls novel Cursed by Destiny!
Celia Wird and her three sisters are just like other 20-something girls—with one tiny exception: they're products of a backfired curse that has given each of them unique powers that make them, well, weird…
Celia’s a girl in trouble. Her heart is bound to Aric, but he is a pureblood were who must deny her or risk condemning his species to extinction. And that’s just her love life. She’s also been called to take down a group of demon terrorists looking to overthrow the paranormal world. (No pressure.)
In order to bring them down, Celia must ally herself to Misha, the master vampire who has made no secret of his desire for her.
And if that weren’t enough misfortune for one girl, a clairvoyant’s prediction could destroy Celia and Aric’s love for good. The only way to protect the world from unbridled supernatural terrorism is for Celia to bind herself to her destined mate. And that doesn’t appear to be Aric…
“Portis House emerged from the fog as we approached, showing itself slowly as a long, low shadow....”
In 1919, Kitty Weekes, pretty, resourceful, and on the run, falsifies her background to obtain a nursing position at Portis House, a remote hospital for soldiers left shell-shocked by the horrors of the Great War. Hiding the shame of their mental instability in what was once a magnificent private estate, the patients suffer from nervous attacks and tormenting dreams. But something more is going on at Portis House—its plaster is crumbling, its plumbing makes eerie noises, and strange breaths of cold waft through the empty rooms. It’s known that the former occupants left abruptly, but where did they go? And why do the patients all seem to share the same nightmare, one so horrific that they dare not speak of it?
Kitty finds a dangerous ally in Jack Yates, an inmate who may be a war hero, a madman… or maybe both. But even as Kitty and Jack create a secret, intimate alliance to uncover the truth, disturbing revelations suggest the presence of powerful spectral forces. And when a medical catastrophe leaves them even more isolated, they must battle the menace on their own, caught in the heart of a mystery that could destroy them both.
For seven years, Halina Beloi has been in hiding. But she's never forgotten Mitch Foster, the long, lean man she had to leave behind. Until, that is, Mitch shows up with a list of questions and a 9mm in his hand.
All Mitch knows is that Halina broke his heart and disappeared. But new information has surfaced implicating her as a player in the deadliest game of Mitch's life. This time, he's not letting go without answers. Now terror, danger and heat will fuse them together or shatter the future. . .
Altapasaeda, capital of the Castoval, is under siege by its own King.
Far to the north, rebels have set a bastard prince up as a figurehead.
Yet again, Easie Damasco finds himself roped into a desperate scheme to preserve the Castoval, And kidnapping the Prince seemed like such a good idea at the time…
Fame has a magic all its own in the no-gossip-barred follow-up to Geekomancy. Ree Reyes gets her big screenwriting break, only to discover just how broken Hollywood actually is.
Things are looking up for urban fantasista Ree Reyes. She’s using her love of pop culture to fight monsters and protect her hometown as a Geekomancer, and now a real-live production company is shooting her television pilot script.
But nothing is easy in show business. When an invisible figure attacks the leading lady of the show, former child-star-turned-current-hot-mess Jane Konrad, Ree begins a school-of-hard-knocks education in the power of Celebromancy.
Attempting to help Jane Geekomancy-style with Jedi mind tricks and X-Men infiltration techniques, Ree learns more about movie magic than she ever intended. She also learns that real life has the craziest plots: not only must she lift a Hollywood-strength curse, but she needs to save her pilot, negotiate a bizarre love rhombus, and fight monsters straight out of the silver screen. All this without anyone getting killed or, worse, banished to the D-List.
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