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The Dirt on Ninth Grave: A Novel (Charley Davidson Series) by Darynda Jones
This has been a long time favorite series of mine and 9 will be one of my first reads of 2016. I'm so excited! (Due out Jan 12.)
1 / 10
The Darkest Corners by Kara Thomas
I loved Kara Thomas's (Taylor) PREP SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL so I was definitely stoked to find an upcoming release of hers due out in 2016. It sounds fantastic and I can't wait to get started. (Due out April 19.)
2 / 10
The Silence of the Sea by Yrsa Sigurdardottir
Another favorite series of mine, this one set in Iceland and each installment always features a weird, edging on supernatural twist. This latest hits shelves in Feburary.
3 / 10
Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke
My introduction to April Genevieve Tucholke was through the brilliant SLASHER GIRLS AND MONSTER BOYS anthology. I do need to go back and read her Between titles, but this is definitely one I'm dying to read in 2016. (Due out March 22.)
4 / 10
Dark Horse: An Eddy Harkness Novel (Eddy Harkness Novels) by Rory Flynn
THIRD RAIL, the first title in the Eddy Harkness series, was a hands down favorite of mine back in 2014 and I've been dying to read more. Now there's finally a foliow up due out in June and while I absolutely don't want 2016 to fly by, the release of this one can't come quickly enough!
5 / 10
A Tyranny of Petticoats by Jessica Spotswood
There are a lot of fun anthologies hitting shelves in 2016, but this one - subtitled BELLES, BANK ROBBERS & OTHER BADASS GIRLS - is tops on my list. (Due out March 8.)
6 / 10
Roses and Rot by Kat Howard
Not only does this one take place at an elite grad school (um, boarding school offshoot), Howard has earned the stamp of approval from none other than Neil Gaiman himself. There are many more reasons to be excited about this June debut as well and I'm definitely looking forward to it with great anticipation.
7 / 10
The Hanging Tree (Rivers of London) by Ben Aaronovitch
The Peter Grant series is an absolute must read for any urban fantasy fan - and if you've yet to start, please do run out and grab RIVERS OF LONDON. Trust me, you'll love it! This sixth installment is due out in June.
8 / 10
The Steep and Thorny Way by Cat Winters
Cat Winters blew me away with THE UNINVITED. and I expect her upcoming STEEP AND THORNY WAY - a reimagining of HAMLET set in the 1920s - to be just as fabulous. This one's due out in March so we won't have to wait too long :)
9 / 10
Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye
And finally, Lyndsay Faye's take on JANE EYRE. That's enough me! (Due out March 22.)
10 / 10