New Release: Paperback

New Release paperbacks recently added:

NOIR by Christopher Moore - "standalone novel set on the mean streets of San Francisco in the aftermath of World War II"

LABYRINTH LOST by Zoraida Córdova - "Alex is a bruja and the most powerful witch in her family. But she's hated magic ever since it made her father disappear into thin air. When a curse she performs to rid herself of magic backfires and her family vanishes, she must travel to Los Lagos, a land in-between as dark as Limbo and as strange as Wonderland, to get her family back"

MIRANDA IN MILAN by Katharine Duckett - “After the tempest, after the reunion, after her father drowned his books, Miranda was meant to enter a brave new world. Naples awaited her, and Ferdinand, and a throne. Instead she finds herself in Milan, in her father's castle, surrounded by hostile servants who treat her like a ghost. Whispers cling to her like spiderwebs, whispers that carry her dead mother's name.”

THE PERFECT ASSASSIN: Book 1 in the Chronicles of Ghadid by K. A. Doore - "The Perfect Assassin is a thrilling fantastical mystery that had me racing through the pages. With a mix of heart and adventure, and set in a wonderfully inventive new world, K.A. Doore's debut shines." --S. A. Chakraborty, author of The City of Brass

THE SEA BEAST TAKES A LOVER: Stories by Michael Andreasen - "A debut short story collection that treads the line between the speculative and the satirical with vivid prose, fatalist joie de vivre, and wild imaginative turns. Andreasen's style is reminiscent of George Saunders. . . . Energetic and engaging, these stories benefit from the sheer vigor of their telling." - Kirkus Reviews

KAREN MEMORY by Elizabeth Bear (This one isn’t a new release, but is new to our store.) - "Fans of the steampunk aesthetic will appreciate Bear's affectionate treatment of the style. Weapons, gadgets, and their places in the characters' lives put together a charmingly inventive fictional Seattle--especially for those readers bringing along some knowledge of the city's nascent history." --Booklist

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