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The Witch’s Lens

A delicious foray into a new series that melds history with the supernatural, from the author of The Raven Song. Smith’s fans, as well as new readers, will delight in the heady mixture of historical fiction, fantasy, and horror.

Saevus Corax Deals with the Dead

This satirical, tongue-in-cheek humorous first book in a trilogy is outlined in first person by the unreliable narration of Corax as he journeys and comments on the various events that happen to him. Readers who like Peter David, A. Lee Martinez, or the Guardians of the Galaxy movies will find this title right up their alley with similar tones, fantastical plots, and over-the-top characters.


A hard-hitting, topical story that fans of Mosley will enjoy.

Crow Mary

Filled with beautifully written natural scenes and unforgettable characters, this is a novel that will span age and genre appeals alike.

The Puzzle Master

This page-turner incorporates motifs of religion, security, meaningfulness, and loss into a mystical narrative that traverses different centuries focused on the same puzzle quest. This is a literary Da Vinci Code–like title that readers of quest-based thrillers and mysteries alike will enjoy.


Macdonald (H Is for Hawk) and Blaché’s fiction debut is a low-key sci-fi mystery that blends the genres into a fusion of something new. With a hard-to-pin-down genre, the novel will appeal to a wide variety of readers.

Dark Water Daughter

This new series crosses genres and ages and is one that Long’s fans will love and new readers will embrace.

Casalvento: House of the Wind

While the characters and various subplots feel a little uneven and sometimes forced, the strength of this inspired-by novel rests in the author’s descriptions of Tuscany and the local cuisine. Cuillo’s love for this area of Italy shines through and will make readers want to pack up and head out on a winery adventure of their own.


Like a Mission Impossible or a Minority Report with the addition of time-travel. Readers of sci-fi will enjoy this new take on a classic idea from Bellin (Scarred City).

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