Received in January

Books received in January for review:

Bones of the Dragon (Dragonships of Vindras) by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

Blood Lines (NCIS Series #3) by Mel Odom
Blown Coverage (Riley Covington Thriller Series #2) by Jason Elam

Abaddon Books:
Human Nature: Pax Britannia Series by Jonathan Green

Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs
Unfallen Dead by Mark Del Franco
Seraph of Sorrow by MaryJanice Davidson
Myth-Chief by Robert Asprin

Eos Books:
The Domino Men by Jonathan Barnes
Jailbait Zombie by Mario Acevedo

William Morrow:
Four Freedoms: A Novel by John Crowley
Enemies & Allies by Kevin J. Anderson
Supernatural: John Winchester’s Journal by Alex Irvine

The Repossession Mambo by Eric Garcia

Close Encounters by Katherine Allred

Pocket Books:
Star Trek: Vanguard: Open Secrets by Dayton Ward
Star Trek: Titan: Over a Torrent Sea by Christopher L. Bennett

Gold Eagle:
Room 59: The Finish Line by Cliff Ryder
Room 59: The Ties That Bind by Cliff Ryder
Rogue Angel: Polar Quest by Alex Archer

Coyote Dreams by C.E. Murphy
Urban Shaman by C.E. Murphy

The Manual of Detection by Jedediah Berry

Foxfire: Trickster’s Game #3 by Barbara Campbell
A Magic of Twilight: Book One of the Nessantico Cycle by S. L. Farrell
Crime Spells by Martin H. Greenberg
Starfinder: Book One of the Skylords by John Marco
Lear’s Daughters by Marjorie B. Kellogg
Wings of Wrath by C. S. Friedman

Unfallen Dead by Mark Del Franco
Duplicate Effort by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Maelstrom: Destroyermen by Taylor Anderson

Claws by Stacey Cochran

4 thoughts on “Received in January”

  1. Okay… and I think I have too much to read…and I only have two books unfinished right now… don’t you sometimes look at that pile, and think…” how am I going to finish all this??”…

    you should put up a section on how you actually process all those books every month… you must be a crazy fast reader…

  2. Joe – There’s no way I could read them all. I let publishers know that before they send them to me now. I just have to pick and choose, giving priority to authors I know and like and ones that just catch my eye.
    I run a lot of giveaways for some of the books I can’t get to, so that helps with getting the word out about novels too.
    I do read a lot, and fairly quickly. But I won’t be able to read half of what I received this past month. And they just keep coming, so there’s no end in sight!
    Not that I’m complaining. It just feeds my addiction.

  3. Well, that’s good to know.. I, like Karen W.. am jealous that you even get the chance to see all those books, and pick and choose!!!..

    Excellent.. enjoy the choices, Angela!!!!! and keep on with those book reviews.. I love having a source that seems to have the same likes as I do!!!!

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