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Grave Mercy: His Fair Assassin, Book I by Robin LaFevers
The His Fair Assassin trilogy might be pushing it on "new" but since the last title just hit shelves I'm including it here. I've heard wonderful things about these books and I think it's finally time to take the plunge.
1 / 10
The Rosie Project: A Novel by Graeme Simsion
Two books doesn't necessarily make a series (but who knows, there could be more planned), I just know the hype behind ROSIE has put it smack dab at the top of my TBR.
2 / 10
Veronica Mars: An Original Mystery by Rob Thomas - The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line by Rob Thomas
What was that? I'm late to the Veronica Mars party? Yes, I know. But I binged the whole series and now it's on to the books!
3 / 10
The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg
I can't resist this cover! The description is equally intriguing :)
4 / 10
The Bone Season: A Novel by Samantha Shannon
I hear there's to be seven books in this series all told. Looks like I need to hop to!
5 / 10
Requiem Mass: A Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Fenwick Mystery (D.C.I. Andrew Fenwick Mysteries Book 1) by Elizabeth Corley
I think this mystery series sounds fabulous! I've got books 1 & 2 in the TBR waiting for a rainy day.
6 / 10
Styx & Stone: An Ellie Stone Mystery (1) (Ellie Stone Mysteries) by James W. Ziskin
Yet another mystery series that sounds truly excellent. I love that it's set in the 1960s.
7 / 10
Maplecroft by Cherie Priest
Um a series featuring Lizzie Borden and supernatural creatures? Yes, please!
8 / 10
Nameless: A Tale of Beauty and Madness (Tales of Beauty and Madness) by Lili St. Crow
Lilith Saintcrow takes on fairy tale retellings - a must read in my opinion!
9 / 10
Blood Orange by Karen Keskinen
While I highly doubt anything will ever take Kinsey Millhone's place, I'm willing to try newbies like Karen Keskinen's series to quench the craving in between these last few alphabet installments.
10 / 10