15th July 2014 Releases

Happy Release Day to:

Mira Grant
The Day the Dead Came to Show and Tell (Newsflesh, Novella)
Hachette Orbit (US: 15th July 2014)
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Outside the classroom walls the Rising was spreading, but inside was a carefully protected sanctuary against the growing threat. Or so the teachers and students thought. On what will be the last day in the teaching career of Elaine Oldenburg, who fans of the series know as Foxy, she must fight to survive and protect her students when the zombie outbreak shatters the safety of her school.

Kelly Meade
Black Rook (Cornerstone Run, Book 1)
Penguin InterMix (US: 15th July 2014)
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Brynn Atwood is a low-level Magus whose unpredictable precognitive powers have made her an outcast among her people – and an embarrassment to her highly-regarded father. After a frightening vision in which her father is murdered by a loup garou man, Brynn decides to prove herself by finding the killer, and stopping them at any cost. Her target is Rook McQueen, the son of a small-town loup garou Alpha. Despite being the youngest of three, Rook is first in line to inherit the role of Alpha, a duty he isn’t sure he’s capable of fulfilling. When Brynn finally meets Rook, she doesn’t expect the attraction that draws her to him – and him to her. No longer believing him a murderer, Brynn and Rook strike an alliance to find her father’s real killer. But when his older brother is targeted by an unknown enemy, Rook will have to choose between his growing feelings for Brynn and his duty as the future Alpha of his community.

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7 responses to “15th July 2014 Releases

  1. Try this link instead for the US Mira Grant: http://www.amazon.com/Day-Dead-Came-Show-Tell-ebook/dp/B00LLINQD8/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1405529066&sr=1-2

    This one actually lets you purchase it! πŸ™‚

    • There are two Kindle Editions showing up for me, at different prices. I shared the one that was cheaper – that must be the Australian one πŸ˜‰ (This is why I prefer sharing hardcover/paperback links, rather than eBook links πŸ˜‰ )

      • I don’t know what’s going on. πŸ™‚ All I know is the link I click tells me the title isn’t available for purchase and won’t let me add it to a wishlist or give me a price or anything. But when you click on the Kindle link in the box for $2.99, it takes you to the place where you can do all those things. πŸ™‚

        • Welcome to the annoying world of geo-restrictions πŸ˜‰ I get that a lot 😦

          • Wow, really? I thought because Amazon had an AU site (they do, right?) that this sort of thing wouldn’t happen…. I will say I get annoyed when I see UK editions of US released books on the US site…. to me, everything should be kept separate, but what do I know?

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