TBP: May 31, 2011
The beginning of a new urban fantasy series in which fairies are creatures the size of mosquitoes, and have poisonous bites that drive humans insane.
TBP: June 28, 2011
A new urban fantasy series about a magician and daughter of accused serial killers who must clear their names--or pay for their crimes with her life.
TBP: Aug, 2011
Toni L.P. Kelner
Sarah A. Hoyt
Ticia Drake Isom
Mark L. Van Name
TBP: April 1, 2011
She's as tough as anything haunting Chicago's streets. But to deal with an inhuman power that won't stay buried, this FBI agent needs help that comes at an immortal price. . .
Jackie Rutledge has seen her share of supernatural killers. But her latest murder case is what recurring nightmares are made of. Brutally exsanguinated human victims, vanishing-into-the-ether evidence, and a city on the edge of panic mean that she and her psychic partner, Laurel, are going to need more than just backup . . .
So Jackie is fine with any help rugged P.I. Nick Anderson can give--even if that includes the impish ghost and sexy vampire who make up his team. But Nick is hiding secrets of his own. And Jackie's investigation has plunged them both into a vengeful game reaching back centuries--and up against a malevolent force hungry for more than just victory. . .
TBP: March 1, 2011
As a human immune to magic, Sophie Lawson can help everyone from banshee to zombie transition into normal, everyday San Francisco life. With a handsome werewolf as her UDA boss and a fashionista vampire for a roommate, Sophie knows everything there is to know about the undead, the unseen, and the uncanny. . .
Until a rash of gruesome murders has demons and mortals running for cover, and Sophie finds herself playing sidekick to detective Parker Hayes. Dodging raging bloodsuckers, bad-tempered fairies, and love-struck trolls is one thing. But when Sophie discovers Parker isn't what he seems, she's got only one chance to figure out whom to trust. Because an evil hiding in plain sight is closing in. . .and about to make one wisecracking human its means to ultimate power. . .
Okay, I realize the first 3 started out as a Dan Dos Santos cover tribute (I think he is my favorite cover artist) and ended up being an Urban Fantasy book fest!
What Fantastic, possibly urban, books are you wishing for this week?