July Publications

Fans of Stoker winner Tim Lebbon at last have a chance to enjoy this British horror author's first novel, Mesmer (1997), in its original, unabridged form. Rick's ex-girlfriend starts showing up at motorway service stations; only problem is, she's been dead for years. (Prime [ www.primebooks.net], $24.95 168p ISBN 1-894815-31-9; $12.95 paper -32-7)

Five Star rolls out two fantasy novels: Larry Segriff's eerie Wizardspawn, in which writer Jeffrey Conner must try to recover his wife and son when they mysteriously disappear ($25.95 240p ISBN 0-7862-5340-1); and Melinda Rucker Haynes's paranormal romance, Breach of Trust, in which Jonathan Spencer discovers through hypnotherapy that he's been a psychic spy in a past life ($26.95 288p ISBN -5168-9).

The same publisher also offers Speaking with Angels, Michelle West's (Hunter's Oath) first-ever story collection, which gathers 13 tales by this acclaimed fantasist with a strong romance following. ($25.95 335p ISBN -5343-6)