Kelley Armstrong: CITY OF THE LOST (paperback): 14th March 2017: Buy (US)
Cyn Balog: BURNED: 1st August 2016: Buy (US)
Karen Bao: DOVE EXILED (paperback): 3rd January 2017: Buy (US)
Rhoda Belleza: EMPRESS OF A THOUSAND SKIES: 7th February 2017: Buy (US)
Jenna Black: NIGHTSTRUCK (paperback): 21st March 2017: Buy (US)
Melissa Landers: STARFLIGHT (paperback): 3rd January 2017: Buy (US)
Kass Morgan: REBELLION: 6th December 2016: Buy (US)
An Na: THE MIDDLE PLACE: 28th March 2017: Buy (US)
Parker Peevyhouse: WHERE FUTURES END (paperback): 7th February 2017: Buy (US)
Veronica Roth: CARVE THE MARK: 17th January 2017: Buy (US)
Rachel Vincent: SPECTACLE: 28th March 2017: Buy (US)
Posted in An Na, Cyn Balog, Jenna Black, Karen Bao, Kass Morgan, Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Landers, Parker Peevyhouse, Rachel Vincent, Rhoda Belleza, Veronica Roth
Tagged Burned, Carve the Mark, City of the Lost, Dove Exiled, Empress of a Thousand Skies, Nightstruck, Rebellion, Spectacle, Starflight, The Middle Place, Where Futures End
Alex Kava‘s next four thrillers. Two books featuring recurring character Special Agent Maggie O’Dell, and two books featuring a new character, ex-Marine Ryder Creed, and his K9 Search and Rescue dogs.
Marie Langager‘s Haven to Bloomsbury Spark, as part of their launch. A seventeen-year-old girl’s dying ship has landed on an unexpectedly inhabited planet. She is marked by the Locals as a specimen for their grueling and dangerous tests, and is the only one who can determine whether they’re out to understand or destroy their uninvited guests.
An Na‘s The Middle Place to Atheneum (2015, North American rights). An existential exploration of the link between genetics and madness.
William Campbell Powell‘s Expiration Day, for publiction in April 2014. In a not-so-distant future, the decline of human fertility has resulted in android children who, on their eighteenth birthdays, are returned to the factory, no questions asked. But one girl wants to know more and fights to gain the answers she craves.
Alexandra Sirowy‘s The Creeping to Simon & Schuster (World Rights) in a two-book deal. Publication set for 2015. YA thriller. A girl vanished with her friend when they were both five, and was the only one who returned. Now, years later, she is beginning to recover memories from that time amid a wave of creepy events.