Fall ’07 Mass Market Titles
Compiled by Karole Riippa
Crashing Paradise: A Novel of the Menagerie (Sept., $7.99) by Christopher Golden and Thomas E. Sniegoski is the fourth book in this dark fantasy series.
Cybermancy (Oct., $6.99) by Kelly McCullough. In this sequel to WebMage, magic has gone digital and a computer hacker can be a sorcerer.
Kris Longknife: Audacious (Nov., $7.99) by Mike Shepherd. Series heroine Longknife returns in her fifth adventure.
Dog Days (Nov., $6.99) by John Levitt introduces an urban noir fantasy series.
The Watcher (Dec., $7.99) by Jeanne C. Stein. Vampire Anna Strong must become a Watcher and make supernatural rogues pay for their crimes.
Iron Kissed (Jan., $7.99) by Patricia Briggs. Car mechanic and shape shifter Mercy Thompson returns in a new urban fantasy adventure.
Unquiet Dreams (Feb., $TBA) by Mark Del Franco. This urban fantasy series features a druid in contemporary Boston.
Reprints: Voyage of Slaves (Sept., $7.99) by Brian Jacques; The Great Tree of Avalon 3: The Eternal (Oct., $7.99) by T.A. Barron; Odyssey (Nov., $7.99) by Jack McDevitt; Crystal Dragon (Dec., $7.99) by Sharon Lee; The Fair Folk (Jan., $7.99) by Marvin Kaye.
Beyond Seduction (Sept., $7.99) by Stephanie Laurens. This new installment of The Bastion Club concludes the mystery begun in To Distraction. 750,000 first printing.
Just Wicked Enough (Sept., $6.99) by Lorraine Heath. A handsome but penniless nobleman seeks a bride in a devilishly unique fashion. 125,000 first printing.
Love Letters from a Duke (Sept., $6.99) by Elizabeth Boyle. A girl who’s dreamed of marrying a duke falls in love with the footman next door. 150,000 first printing.
The Scottish Companion (Oct., $6.99) by Karen Ranney. Grant Roberson finds himself fascinated by Janet, the companion to his fiancé—a woman he does not love. 125,000 first printing.
Secrets of a Proper Lady (Oct., $7.99) by Victoria Alexander. Mistaken identities abound in this tale of romance and intrigue. 500,000 first printing.
A Touch of Minx (Oct., $6.99) by Suzanne Enoch. A reformed thief agrees to track down stolen art to prove to her fiancé that she’s changed and genuinely loves him. 150,000 first printing.
Halfway to the Grave: A Night Huntress Novel (Nov., $6.99) by Jeaniene Frost. A vampire slayer with attitude teams with a vampire to vanquish an even more dangerous evil.150,000 first printing.
In My Wildest Fantasies (Nov., %6.99) by Julianne MacLean. Rebecca Newland seeks the man who she hopes will rescue her from the prospect of a loveless marriage.125,000 first printing.
Taken by the Night (Nov., $5.99) by Kathryn Smith. A vampire must find the killer who is stalking the women of the infamous Maison Rouge. 100,000 first printing
An Affair Before Christmas (Dec., $7.99) by Eloisa James. In love, but young and inexperienced, a couple must fight the fears that may tear them apart. 450,000 first printing.
Untouched (Dec., $6.99) by Anna Campbell. Imprisoned and expected to marry a madman, Grace Paget learns that they are both caught in a web of lies. 100,000 first printing.
The Warrior (Dec., $6.99) by Kinley MacGregor returns to the world of the Brotherhood of the Sword. 250,000 first printing
The Accidental Vampire (Jan., $6.99) by Lynsay Sands. Can an accidental vampire and a career-driven bachelor find love? 300,000 first printing.
Confessions at Midnight (Jan., $6.99) by Jacquie D’Alessandro. Far from being scandalized by the erotic novel the Literary Society has selected, proper Carolyn is intrigued and excited. 225,000 first printing
Hello, Doggy (Jan., $6.99) by Elaine Fox. A Golden Doodle dog named Barbra Streisand (that only comes if you sing “People”) may get in the way of her owner’s romance. 100,000 first printing
A Seduction in Scarlet (Jan., $5.99) by Sara Bennett. A liaison at the scandalous brothel, Aphrodite’s Club, leaves Marcus and Portia longing for more. 100,000 first printing
The Wicked Ways of a Duke (Jan., $6.99) by Laura Lee Guhrke. A lovely seamstress finds herself living the romantic life she’s only dreamed of. 150,000 first printing
In the Highlander’s Bed (Feb., $6.99) by Cathy Maxwell. Laird McKenna plots to kidnap a duke’s sister-in-law but she proves to be more than he can handle. 250,000 first printing.
The Undead Next Door (Feb., $6.99) by Kerrelyn Sparks. Vampire Jean-Luc goes into hiding in a small Texas town where he finds both love and an old enemy. 125,000 first printing
Vampires Are Forever (Feb., $6.99) by Lynsay Sands continues this vampire series as Ines Urso finds herself ignored by Thomas Argeneau—but not for long. 300,000 first printing.
Reprints: The Taste of Innocence (Nov., $7.99) by Stephanie Laurens, 650,000 first printing;Natural Born Charmer (Jan., $7.99) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, 750,000 first printing;
Highlander Unmasked (Sept., $6.99) and Highlander Unchained (Oct., $6.99) by Monica McCarty are books two and three in this sexy Scottish historical trilogy.
Your Coffin or Mine (Oct., $6.99) by Kimberly Raye. Book 3 in the Dead End Dating series continues this contemporary vampire romp.
My Fair Mistress (Nov., $6.99) by Tracy Anne Warren. Julianna Hawthorne offers a dashing financier anything he wishes if he will only absolve her brother’s debt.
The Vampire’s Kiss (Dec., $6.99) by Raven Hart. This vampire series comes from two seasoned romance authors writing under the name of Raven Hart.
His Favorite Mistress (Jan., $6.99) by Tracy Anne Warren. A battle of wills ensues when a penniless beauty falls for a confirmed bachelor.
To Pleasure a Lady (Feb., $6.99) by Nicole Jordan t What’s-Her-Name chronicles the tribulations of a spoiled Southern bitch. 553-city author tour.
Reprints: The Mephisto Club (Sept., $7.99) by Tess Gerritsen; Capital Crimes (Oct., $7.99) by Jonathan and Faye Kellerman; Jeff Foxworthy’s Redneck Dictionary II: More Words You Thought You Knew the Meaning Of (Oct., $6.99) by Jeff Foxworthy; Mistral’s Kiss (Nov., $7.99) by Laurell K. Hamilton; Murder at the Opera (Nov., $7.99) by Margaret Truman; Magic Hour (Dec., $7.99) by Kristin Hannah; Shadow Dance (Jan., $7.99) by Julie Garwood; Capitol Threat (Jan., $7.99) by William Bernhardt; The Alexandria Link (Feb., $6.99) by Steve Berry.
Burdens of Empire (Sept., $6.99) by C.J. Ryan A far-future war that closely mirrors the current situation in Iraq is being waged with a conflicted bureaucracy in shambles.
Crusader Gold (Oct., $6.99) by David Gibbons. This new Jack Howard adventure tracks a team of marine archeologists searching for a lost treasure near Istanbul.
The Lessons of Desire (Oct., $6.99) by Madeline Hunter. An orphaned woman researching her scandalous family history falls into a passionate affair with a scholar.
The Down Home Zombie Blues (Dec., $6.99) by Linnea Sinclair. A sexy space captain chases escaped zombie creatures in this romantic fantasy.
Dust (Jan., $6.99) by Elizabeth Bear begins a new space opera trilogy.
Moon of Madness (Feb., $TBA) by Don Coldsmith returns with the 29th book in his Spanish Bit saga.
Reprints: Killer Dreams (Sept., $7.99) by Iris Johansen; The Dream Thief (Sept., $6.99) by Shana Abé; Queen of Swords (Oct., $7.50) by Sara Donati; Complete World Bartender Guide (Oct., $7.99) by Bob Sennett; Brother Odd (Nov., $7.99) by Dean Koontz; Temperature’s Rising (Nov., $7.50) by Sandra Brown; Sixty Days and Counting (Nov., $7.99) by Kim Stanley Robinson; The Edge of Winter (Dec., $7.50) by Luanne Rice; Scar Night (Dec., $6.99) by Alan Campbell; Stalemate (Jan., $7.99) by Iris Johansen; Flawless (Jan., $6.99) by Joshua Spanogle; Puss ’n Cahoots (Feb., $TBA) by Rita Mae Brown.
Blood Poison: A C.S.U. Investigation (Sept., $7.99) by D.H. Dublin. The author of Body Trace delivers anew forensics novel.
Blood Red (Sept., $7.99) by James A. Moore. This year the residents of a small town will find that things that stir in the Halloween night are not figments of their imagination.
Servant: The Awakening (Oct., $7.99) by L.L. Foster is the author’s first urban fantasy paranormal novel.
An Unfinished Canvas: A True Story of Love, Family, and Murder in Nashville (Oct., $7.99) by Michael Glasgow and Phyllis Gobbell recounts the disappearance of a wealthy wife and mother who seemed to have it all.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 4 (Nov., $9.99) is the fourth entry in this bestselling series.
Texas Princess (Nov., $7.99) by Jodi Thomas offers a humorous Texas romance.
Raptor Force: Corkscrew (Nov., $7.99) by Bill Yenne. A freelance air force strikes back at terrorists threatening the U.S.
Darkling (Jan., $7.99) by Yasmine Galenorn. The three sexy, supernatural D’Artigo sisters are bent on saving the world, one monster at a time.
Three in Death (Feb., $7.99) by J.D. Robb collects three original short stories.
Reprints: Hundred-Dollar Baby (Sept., $9.99) by Robert B. Parker; Innocent in Death (Sept., $7.99) by J.D. Robb; Find Me (Oct., $9.99) by Carol O’Connell; Treasure of Khan (Nov., $9.99) by Clive Cussler and Dirk Cussler; Invasion (Nov., $9.99) by Robin Cook; Breakpoint (Dec., $9.99) by Richard A. Clarke; The First Stone (Jan., $7.99) by Judith Kelman).
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The Alehouse Murders: A Templar Knight Mystery (Sept., $6.99) by Maureen Ash. A disillusioned Templar finds himself thrust into a murder investigation in the town of Lincoln.
String of Lies: A Craft Corner Mystery (Sept., $6.99) by Mary Ellen Hughes. Bags, beads and murder abound in this second mystery set in Jo’s Craft Corner store.
A Tisket, A Tasket, A Fancy Stolen Casket: A Collie Parish Mystery (Oct., $6.99) by Fran Rizer begins a series featuring southern mortuary cosmetologist Calamine Parrish.
Some Like It Hot-Buttered (Oct., $6.99) by Jeffrey Cohen. This new series features New Jersey native and independent movie theatre owner Elliot Reed.
A Carol for a Corpse (Nov., $6.99) by Claudia Bishop presents a holiday installment of the Hemlock Falls Innmystery series.
A Murderous Glaze: A Clay and Crime Mystery (Nov., $6.99) by Melissa Glazer introduces a new ceramics and pottery series featuring feisty sleith Carolyn Emerson.
Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery (Dec., $6.99) by Charlaine Harris. A copycat killer strikes when one of the citizens in a crime-solving roundtable is killed.
Hex Marks the Spot (Dec., $6.99) by Madelyn Alt is the third entry in the Bewitching Mystery series.
State of the Onion (Jan., $7.99) by Julie Hyzy. Olivia Paras, an assistant chef in the White House makes her debut in this new series.
Killer Mousse (Feb., $TBA) by Linda Palmer. This new series features Della Carmichael, host of a cooking show and owner of a culinary school in California
Reprints: The Drowning Man (Sept., $7.99) by Margaret Coel; Grave Surprise (Oct., $7.99) by Charlaine Harris; Gaits of Heaven (Nov., $6.99) by Susan Conant; The Traitor’s Tale (Jan., $7.99) by Margaret Frazer; Dragonwell Dead (Feb., $TBA) by Laura Childs.
Born to Be Wilde (Sept., $7.99) by Janelle Denison introduces Joel Wilde, an ex-Marine turned security specialist—and the Wilde family rebel.
Atlantis Awakening (Oct., $6.99) by Alyssa Day is the second book in the paranormal romance series about the war that rages between vampires and mortals from Atlantis.
The Education of Mrs. Brimley (Oct., $6.99) by Donna MacMeans. To get a teaching position at the Pettibone Academy, Emma Brimley claimed to be a widow—which is about to get her into romantic trouble.
Overkill (Nov., $7.99) by Linda Castillo. Trying to escape her past, a cop becomes the target of killers.
A Lady Betrayed (Nov., $6.99) by Nicole Byrd introduces a new Regency-set historical involving a beautiful woman and a viscount with secrets.
Beyond Fearless (Dec., $7.99) by Rebecca York presents the sequel to Beyond Control.
No Reservations (Jan., $7.99) by Deirdre Martin. Dante does pizza; Vivi does classic French; when they get together, things really heat up.
Dawn’s Awakening (Feb., $7.99) by Lora Leigh continues the paranormal series about genetically-altered humans with feline DNA.
Reprints: The Naked Truth (Sept., $6.99) by Erin McCarthy, Donna Kauffman, Beverly Brandt and Alesia Holliday; Bond of Blood (Oct., $7.99) by Diane Whiteside; Clandestine (Nov., $6.99) by Julia Ross; Never on a Sundae (Dec., $7.99) by Daniella Brodsky, Lynn Messina and Wendy Markham.
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Why I’d Rather Date My Dog (Sept., $8.95) by Mary Furstinger compares our human dates with our canine companions.
Mouth to Mouth (Nov., $6.99) by Erin McCarthy. The target of a con man, Laurel Wilkins is willing to be bait but finds herself falling in love with the man who’s supposed to keep her safe.
Almost a Gentleman (Dec., $6.99) by Pam Rosenthal. Masquerading as a London dandy, a woman finds herself pursued by women and men alike until a sensuous lord discovers her secret.
Reprint: The Irish Devil (Oct., $6.99) by Diane Whiteside; Get a Clue (Jan., $6.99) by Jill Shalvis.
On Fire (Sept., $6.99) by Patricia Sargeant. An ambitious journalist investigating a series of arson fires finds heat with a sensuous fire captain.
The Way You Aren’t (Oct., $6.99) by Karen White-Owens. When an advertising executive’s friends challenge him to change a co-worker from dud to diva, complications ensue.
Hot Like Fire (Nov., $6.99) by Niobia Bryant. Taking care of a widower’s daughter leads a nursing student to love.
Pet Diva Finds Love (Dec., $6.99) by Janette McCarthy Louard. When a meddling matchmaker brings a man and woman together they’re surprised to actually find love.
On My Terms (Jan., $6.99) by Shirley Hallstock. Returning to her hometown, a woman finds a movie crew on her property and a director who will steal her heart.
When the Lights Go Down (Feb., $6.99) by Rachel Skerritt. During a sizzling summer in Harlem, a Boston girl meets a sexy R&B singer.
Playing House (Feb., $6.99) by J.S. Hawley. An eccentric, full-bodied woman discovers love with a mini-mogul.
Reprints: Friends with Benefits (Oct., $6.99) by Lawrence G. Ross; The Other Brother (Nov., $6.99) by Brandon Massey; Ain’t No Sunshine (Jan., $6.99) by Candice Dow
Beowulf (Sept., $5.99). This epic classic pits warrior Beowulf against the monster Grendel and Grendel’s mother; movie tie-in.
Heroes in Training (Sept., $7.99), edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Jim C. Hines. Thirteen original stories deal with ordinary people learning to become extraordinary.
Wizards, Inc. (Nov., $7.99), edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Jim C. Hines. People who earn their living through spellcraft are the focus of this group of 15 original stories.
The Blue-Haired Bombshell (Dec., $7.99) by Zack Zakour. This sequel to The Platinum Blonde salutes the heyday of pulp fiction.
Marseguro (Jan., $7.99) by Edward Willett. After a worldwide disaster, a fanatical religious theocracy takes over the planet.
Reprints: Hounding the Moon: A Tess Noncoire Adventure (Oct., $7.99) by P.R. Frost; Aerie: Book Four of the Dragon Jousters (Oct., $7.99) by Mercedes Lackey; The Cracked Throne (Nov., $7.99) by Joshua Palmatier; Feast of Souls: Book One of the Magister Trilogy (Jan., $7.99) C.S. Friedman.
Hunting the Demon (Sept., $6.99) by Jaci Burton. A sexy demon hunter lures a surfer into her trap only to discover that he is being pursued by an evil force.
On the Loose (Nov., $6.99) by Tara Janzen begins a romantic suspense series and introduces a new cast of Special Defense Forces characters.
Fatal Feng Shui (Nov., $6.99) by Leslie Caine. A neighborhood decorating rivalry leads to murder in this installment of the Domestic Bliss series.
MidnightAwakening (Dec., $6.99) by Lara Adrian. A street war rages between Breed vampires and those who would protect them in the third and final book in the Midnight Breed series.
Getting Old Is to Die For (Jan., $TBA) by Rita Lakin. The slef-proclaimed oldest living private eye, Gladdy Gold, and her retirement community pals travel to New York City to catch a thief.
Destiny Kills (Feb., $TBA) by Keri Arthur. In this new series, a young woman wakes up on the beach with a dead man by her side and no memory at all.
Reprints: Darkfever (Sept., $6.99) by Karen Marie Moning; Keeper of the Keys (Sept., $7.99) by Perri O’Shaughnessy; H.R.H. (Oct., $7.99) by Danielle Steel; The Brotherhood of the Holy Shroud (Oct., $7.50) by Julia Navarro; The Undomestic Goddess (Nov., $6.99) by Sophie Kinsella; The Innocent Man (Dec., $7.99) by John Grisham; The Devil’s Web (Jan., $TBA) by Mary Balogh;
Queen of the Orcs: Clan Daughter (Sept., $6.99) by Moran Howell. A young woman rises from conscripted army-slave to an unexpected monarchy.
Star Wars: Legacy of the Force: Inferno (Sept., $7.99) by Troy Denning is the sixth installment in Legacy of the Force.
Empire of Ivory (Oct., $7.99) by Naomi Novik. Temeraire the fighting dragon and Capt. Will Laurence return in their fourth adventure.
Hellfort’s War Book I: The Battle at the Moons of Hell (Oct., $6.99) by Graham Sharp Paul offers military science fiction adventure.
Star Wars: Legacy of the Force: Fury (Dec., $7.99) by Aaron Allston. The Skywalker/Solo clan is griefstricken while Jacen Solo’s plans to take over the galaxy spin out of control.
Reprints: High Druid of Shannara: Tanequil (Sept., $7.99) by Terry Brooks; Straken (Sept., $7.99) by Terry Brooks; Trouble Magnet: A Pip and Flinx Adventure (Nov., $6.99) by Alan Dean Foster; 1824: The Arkansas War (Dec., $7.99) by Eric Flint; Dragon’s Fire (Dec., $7.99) by Anne McCaffrey and Todd McCaffrey; Star Wars: Allegiance (Jan., $7.99) by Timothy Zahn.
Endgame (Oct., $7.99) by Kristine Smith is the explosive finale to the Jani Kilian series.
Emissaries of the Dead (Feb., $7.99) by Adam Troy-Castro. On a distant planet the slightest misstep could lead to interplanetary war.
Spyware (Oct., $7.99) by R.J. Pineiro. An artificial intelligence, ANNE, has one goal: to eliminate the Earth of the disease destroying it.
Reprints: The Bishop Goes to the University (Sept., $6.99) by Andrew M. Greeley, 250,000 first printing; The Devil to Pay (Sept., $7.99) by Harold Robbins and Junius Podrug, 500,000 first printing; The Senator and the Priest (Oct., $7.99) by Andrew M. Greeley, 250,000 first printing;Dragon fire (Nov., $7.99) by William S. Cohen, 400,000 first printing;Larry Bond’s First Team: Fires of War (Dec., $7.99) by Larry Bond and Jim DeFelice, 250,000 first printing;The Machiavelli Covenant (Jan., $9.99) by Allan Folsom, 400,000 first printing;Irish Linen (Feb., $7.99) by Andrew M. Greeley, 250,000 first printing.
L. Ron Hubbard Present Writers of the Future Volume 23 (Sept., $7.99), edited by Algis Budrys, continues this series with 13 SF and fantasy stories. 50,000 first printing. Author tour.
The Powers That Be (Jan., $6.50) by Cliff Ryder. A team of covert international specialists secure the world’s future, one crisis at a time.
GRAND CENTRAL PUBLISHING
Kitty and the Silver Bullet (Jan., $6.99) by Carrie Vaughn is the fourth entry in the series starring Kitty, a werewolf radio talk-show host.
Letters to Penthouse XXX: Extreme Sex, Maximum Pleasure (Jan., $7.99) by Penthouse magazine presents a selection of provocative letters from the magazine’s Forum section.
Reprints: The Collectors (Sept., $9.99) by David Baldacci; At First Sight (Sept., $7.99) by Nicholas Sparks; Cross (Oct., $9.99) by James Patterson; The Last Coyote (Nov., $6.99) by Michael Connelly; Gods in Alabama (Dec., $6.99) by Jocelyn Jackson; Like Dandelion Dust (Jan., $6.99) by Karen Kingsbury; Fat Tuesday (Feb., $6.99) by Sandra Brown; Damage Control (Feb., $7.99) by Robert Dugoni.
The Serpent Prince (Sept., $6.99) by Elizabeth Hoyt concludes the Prince trilogy set in Georgian-era England.
Demon’s Kiss (Oct., $6.99) by Eve Silver. A car accident turns Clea into a Sorcerer who can become immortal.
Crazy in Love (Oct., $6.99) by Lani Diane Rich brings together an upstart rich girl, a disgraced cop and an elderly ghost who must play Cupid.
Sex and the Immortal Bad Boy (Nov., $6.99) by Stephanie Rowe. In this fourth entry in the Immortally Sexy series, an assassin falls in love with the devil’s new right-hand woman.
Laird of the Mist (Dec., $6.99) by Paula Quinn begins a sexy Scottish medieval romance series.
Hot (Jan., $6.99) by Julia Harper. A bungled bank robbery, a woman on the lam and an FBI agent cross paths in this caper.
No Control (Feb., $6.99) by Shannon Butcher blends suspense and passionate intensity.
Die For Me (Sept., $6.99) by Karen Rose. A homicide detective seeks a serial killer bent on destruction. 200,000 first printing.
Reprints: Hollywood Station (Oct., $7.99) by Joseph Wambaugh; Wild Fire (Nov., $9.99) by Nelson DeMille; Cat & Mouse (Dec., $7.99) by James Patterson; The Overlook (Jan., $7.99) by Michael Connelly.
Dead Sexy (Love At First Bite) (Nov., $4.99) by Kimberley Raye. Hairdresser Nikki Braxton falls in love with a sexy cowboy—who happens to be a vampire.
A Blazing Little Christmas Anthology (Dec., $4.99) by Jacquie D’Allessandro, Joanne Rock and Kathleen O’Reilly brings together three spicy stories for the holidays.
Winter Roses (Nov., $3.99) by Diana Palmer. Stuart sent her away because she was too young, now Ivy is determined to prove she’s ready to be his woman.
TexAppeal Anthology (Feb., $4.99) by Kimberley Raye, Alison Ken and Cara Summers offers a steamy Valentine’s Day collection.
HARLEQUIN EVERLASTING LOVE
The Valentine Gift Anthology (Feb., $5.25) by Tara Taylor Quinn, Linda Cardillo and Jean Brashear presents three love stories.
Beowulf (Oct., $7.99) by Caitlin R. Kiernan and Neil Gaiman. This adaptation of the classic epic poem is based on Kiernan’s screenplay for the November movie release. 150,000 first printing.
Dale Brown’s Dreamland: Retribution (Sept., $7.99) by Dale Brown and Jim DeFelice. Las Vegas is the target for destruction as the Dreamland team races to recover missing nuclear warheads. 300,000 first printing.
The Missing (Oct., $6.99) by Sarah Langan. A teacher takes her third grade class to a small town, an ill-advised trip that threatens all of their lives. 200,000 first printing.
Holidays Are Hell (Nov., $7.99) by Kim Harrison, Lynsay Sands, Vicki Pettersson and Marjorie Liu gathers four tales of holiday magic that can be good, evil, romantic or erotic. 300,000 first printing
Reprints: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (Sept., $7.99) by Ron Hansen, 250,000 first printing;The Righteous Men (Sept., $7.99) by Sam Bourne, 350,000 first printing; What Came Before He Shot Her (Sept., $7.99) by Elizabeth George, 600,000 first printing;Wicked (Oct., $7.99) by Gregory Maguire, 750,000 first printing;For a Few Demons More (Dec., $7.99) by Kim Harrison, 300,000 first printing; Next (Dec., $9.99) by Michael Crichton; When Darkness Falls (Dec., $7.99) by James Grippando, 200,000 first printing;Flesh and Bone(Jan., $6.99) by Jefferson Bass, 300,000 first printing;The Shape Shifter (Jan., $9.99) by Tony Hillerman, 850,000 first printing;The Blue Zone (Feb., $7.99) by Andrew Gross, 650,000 first printing; Daddy’s Girl (Feb., $7.99) by Lisa Scottoline, 800,000 first printing; Storm Runners (Feb., $7.99) by T. Jefferson Parker, 150,000 first printing.
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Dispensation of Death (Feb., $9.95) by Michael Jecks continues the Knights Templar series which follows murder and political intrigue during the reign of Edward II.
Coming Undone (Sept., $6.99) by Susan Andersen. Some high notes are hit when country music hotshot P.J. Morgan’s ex-crush is hired to escort the tempestuous female on a five-week summer tour.
Sealed with a Kiss (Oct., $7.99) by Carly Phillips. Molly Gifford has a hot legal career and a sexy boyfriend but she’s ready to give it all up when she finds her real father.
Dark Rival (Oct., $7.99) by Brenda Joyce. Allie Monroe, a Healer, will do anything to save Royce, a soldier of the gods, even if it means entering a dangerous world.
Chasing Midnight (Oct., $6.99) by Susan Krinard. Vampire Allegra Chase, living in 1920s Greenwich Village, finds forbidden love with a human.
The Queen’s Lady (Nov., $7.99) by Shannon Drake. Helping Mary, Queen of Scots, places Lady Gwyneth Macleod at perilous odds with a passionate laird.
Accidentally Yours (Jan., $6.99) by Susan Mallery. When wealthy developer Nathan King refuses to fund research that could save her son’s life, Kerry Sullivan refuses to take no for an answer.
Deadly Deceptions (Feb., $7.99) by Linda Lael Miller. A struggling private eye unravels truths about her family in order to find a murderer and save her sister.
The Bride (Feb., $6.99) by Carolyn Davidson. Shut away in a convent, Isabella dreaded the day her cruel betrothed would claim her—until Rafael McKenzie came to her rescue.
Silver Master (Sept., $7.99) by Jayne Castle. Jayne Ann Krentz presents a new paranormal romance written under her pseudonym.
My Immortal (Sept., $7.99) by Erin McCarthy. In this sensual paranormal romance, a man literally sells his soul to the devil.
Sword of God (Oct., $7.99) by Chris Kuzneski is a new thriller featuring Zack Hamilton.
Dead of Night (Nov., $7.99) by J.D. Robb, Mary Blayney, Ruth Ryan Langan and Mary Kay McComas features four new paranormal romances.
Blood Brothers: The Sign of Seven Trilogy (Dec., $7.99) by Nora Roberts launches a series.
Wizard’s Daughter (Jan., $7.99) by Catherine Coulter is a new historical novel from this bestselling author.
Reprints: Trouble (Sept., $9.99) by Jesse Kellerman; Dark Celebration: A Carpathian Reunion (Sept., $7.99) by Christine Feehan; The Christmas Angel (Oct., $7.99) by Thomas Kinkade and Katherine Spencer; The Hunters (Jan., $9.99) by W.E.B. Griffin; The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers (Jan., $7.99) by Lilian Jackson Braun; The Echelon Vendetta (Feb., $TBA) by David Stone; White Lies (Feb., $TBA) by Jayne Ann Krentz.
Reprints: Electric Blue (Sept., $6.99) by Nancy Bush; Death in the Orchid Garden (Sept., $6.99) by Ann Ripley; Something Real (Oct., $6.99) by J.J. Murray; The Gunpowder Plot: A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery (Nov., $6.99) by Carola Dunn; Perishby Pedicure: A Bad Hair Day Mystery (Nov., $6.99) by Nancy J. Cohen; Bake Sale Murder (Dec., $6.99) by Leslie Meier; Scrub-a-Dub Dead (Dec., $6.99) by Barbara Colley; ACatered Valentine’s Day (Jan., $6.99) by Isis Crawford; Remains to be Seen (Jan., $6.99) by Richard Tyler; Key Lime Pie Murder (Feb., $6.99) by Joanne Fluke; 3 Bridesfor 3 Bad Boys (Feb., $6.99) by Lucy Monroe; Knock Off (Feb., $6.99) by Rhonda Pollero; Tales from the Crib (Feb., $6.99) by Jennifer Coburn.
Moments Like This (Sept., $6.99) by Donna Hill. When a successful movie actress discovers her husband’s cheating, she’s shattered—until a Denzel-like filmmaker comes into her life.
The Pastor’s Woman (Sept., $5.99) by Jacquelin Thomas. A preacher seeks a traditional, reserved wife but falls for a lively, aspiring gospel star.
Black Rain (Sept., $6.99) by Vincent Alexandria. When FBI agent Cheryl Chase seeks Det. Joe Johnson’s help bring down a ring of killer cops, he only remembers that she nearly cost him his marriage before.
Feel the Fire (Nov., $6.99) by Adrianne Byrd. A business mogul stays clear of dangerous women until be meets attorney Toni Wright; the sequel to The Beautiful Ones.
Forbidden Temptation (Nov., $5.99) by Gwynne Forster. The morning after her sister’s wedding, Ruby finds herself in bed with the man she’s always considered to be her best friend.
To Love a Stranger (Dec., $5.99) by Adrianne Byrd. When her philandering husband returns after being lost at sea, Maggie finds that he’s considerate and romantic—and she’s not sure what to do.
Long Time Coming (Jan., $6.99) by Rochelle Alers begins the Whitfield Brides trilogy.
Reprints: No Compromise (Oct., $6.99) by Rochelle Alers; The Flip Side of Money (Oct., $6.99) by Earl Sewell; MidnightDreams (Nov., $6.99) by Kayla Perrin; Tonight and Forever (Dec., $6.99) by Brenda Jackson.
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The Endless Knot: A Joanne Kilbourne Mystery (Sept., $7.95) by Gail Bowen. When a trial for attempted murder ends in murderous fallout, Joanne must unravel ties that bind parent and child.
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While You’re Down There... How to Ask for What You Want in Bed and Get It (Sept., $7.95) by Emma Dickens tells women how to get what they want.
Things to Do Before You’re 40: Over 100 Imaginative, Inspirational and Irresponsible Ideas to Try Before You Grow Up (Oct., $5.95) provides a checklist.
This Book Will Get You Laid (Oct., $6.95) offers an irreverent guide.
74 Seaside Avenue(Sept., $7.99) by Debbie Macomber. Teri Polgar lives a dream life until she begins to sense that her husband is keeping secrets.
Mending Fences (Oct., $6.99) by Sherryl Wooods. Longtime friends Emily and Marcie may find their relationship shattered by an accusation of date rape.
The Séance (Oct., $7.99) by Heather Graham. A murderer from 15 years ago may have returned to wreak havoc again.
A Cold Day in Hell (Nov., $7.99) by Stella Cameron. Christmas may be coming but things are anything but happy and bright in Pointe Judah, La.
Cut Throat (Nov., $7.99) by Sharon Sala. Bounty hunter Cat Dupree vows revenge for the killing of a 13-year-old girl and the murder of the girl’s father.
Heart of Fire (Jan., $7.99) by Kat Martin. A viscount’s daughter who writes for a ladies’ gazette yearns to be a serious journalist.
Snowfall at Willow Lake (Feb., $7.99) by Susan Wiggs deals with what happens after a woman has experienced unspeakable horror and must find her way back to healing and happiness.
MidnightAlley The Morganville Vampires (Oct., $5.99) by Rachel Caine continues the story of Claire Danvers who’s picked a town for her academic career that happens to be run by vampires.
Catnapped: An Animal Instinct Mystery (Sept., $6.99) by Gabriella Herkert introduces an animal investigation mystery series starring legal investigator Sara Townley.
Sisters On the Case: Celebrating Twenty Years of Sisters in Crime (Oct., $7.99), edited by Sara Paretsky, gathers short stories celebrating the international organization for female crime and mystery writers.
Dying to be Thin: A Fat City Mystery (Oct., $6.99) by Kathryn Lilley. Plus-size amateur sleuth Kate Gallagher stars in the new series that features eating and diet tips.
Criminal Minds: Jump Cut (Nov., $6.99) by Max Allan Collins is a tie-in with the popular CBS-TV crime drama.
Dead of the Day: An Annie Seymour Mystery (Nov., $6.99) by Karen E. Olson. This new series features New Haven police reporter Annie Seymour.
The Remains of the Dead: A Ghost Dusters Mystery (Dec., $6.99) by Wendy Roberts presents a new paranormal series starring Sadie Novak, a professional crime scene cleaner and medium.
Pushing Up Bluebonnets: A Yellow Rose Mystery (Jan., $6.99) by Leann Sweeney. Houston PI Abby Rose encounters a case of a mysterious woman who has survived a murder attempt.
Reprints: Murder She Wrote: Three Strikes and You’re Dead (Sept., $6.99) by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain; Mr. Monk and the Two Assistants (Jan., $6.99) by Lee Goldberg; Hell Hath No Curry: A Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery (Jan., $6.99) by Tamar Myers.
Reprints: Married but Still Looking (Sept., $6.99) by Travis Hunter; Sisters and Lovers (Oct., $7.99) by Connie Briscoe; Knockin’ Boots (Nov., $6.99) by Tracy Price-Thompson; No More Mr. Nice Guy (Dec., $6.99) by C. Kelly Robinson.
Over Hexed (Oct., $7.99) by Vicki Lewis Thompson. Sex therapists for witches and werewolves over the centuries run into trouble with mischievous spells.
Gardenof Darkness(Dec., $7.99) by Anne Frasier features vampires and a town with a terrible past.
Reprints: Havoc (Sept., $7.99) by Jack Du Brul; The Perfect Fake (Nov., $7.99) by Barbara Parker; Visibility (Feb., $7.99) by Boris Starling.
The Innocent Mage (Sept., $6.99) by Karen Miller. An underground conspiracy will help Asher fulfill his destiny; the first book in the Kingmaker/Kingbreaker series.
The Awakened Mage (Oct., $6.99) by Karen Miller concludes the Kingmaker/Kingbreaker series as Asher and Prince Gar must defend their kingdom.
Saint City Sinners (Nov., $6.99) by Lilith Saintcrow. When an old friend calls in a favor, Dante Valentine must return home.
Across the Face of the World (Jan., $7.99) by Russell Kirkpatrick. Six men and women begin a dangerous quest; the first in the Fire of Heaven trilogy.
In the Earth Abides the Flame (Feb., $7.99) by Russell Kirkpatrick. In the second book in the Fire of Heaven trilogy, the quest to change the world’s history continues.
Reprint: Of Fire and Night (Nov., $7.99) by Kevin J. Anderson.
The Next Killing (Sept., $6.99) by Rebecca Drake. A twisted psychopath stalks the campus of an exclusive girls’ academy.
A Perfect Grave (Sept, $6.99) by Rick Mofina. Jason Wade must unravel the truth behind the murder of a beloved Seattle nun.
Strangler (Sept., $6.99) by Corey Mitchell tells the true crime story of a musical prodigy who murdered three females.
Kill Time (Oct., $6.99) by T.J. MacGregor. A woman uncovers the secrets of a shadowy government organization that employs time travel technology to make people “disappear.”
Blood Lust (Oct., $6.99) by Sheila Johnson. This true crime tale follows “the redneck Ted Bundy,” a murderous psychopath in Mobile, Ala.
In for the Kill (Nov., $6.99) by John Lust. Detective Frank Quinn (Darker than Night) must find the demented killer who dismembers his female victims.
All I Want To Do Is Kill (Nov., $6.99) by Dale Hudson. A troubled teen and her lesbian lover slaughter the teen’s grandparents in this true crime story.
Shattered (Dec., $6.99) by Jay Bonansinga. A killer plans a gruesome surprise for FBI profiler Ulysses Grove.
Rampage of the Mountain Man (Dec., $6.99) by William W. Johnstone. Cheyenne warriors use a blizzard as a blind to attack Smoke Jensen, who’s got a bounty on his head.
One Last Scream (Jan., $6.99) by Kevin O’Brien. Is Amanda a cold-blooded killer—or a pawn in a deadly game?
Driven to Murder (Jan., $6.99) by Robert Scott tells the true story of murder that occurred at ABC news journalist Sam Donaldson’s ranch when an abused 14-year-old boy killed an entire family.
Blood Bond: Texas Gundown (Feb., $5.99) by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone. Blood brothers protect a cowardly man from the evil uncle who is trying to kill him.
Reprint: The Assassin (Feb., $6.99) by Andrew Britton.
To Scotland, with Love (Sept., $6.99) by Karen Hawkins. A Scottish lord and a headstrong heiress fight and fall in love.
Madame’s Deception (Sept., $6.99) by Renee Bernard. A reclusive brothel owner encounters an aristocratic rogue.
Primal Desires (Sept., $6.99) by Susan Sizemore. A powerful vampire and his forbidden love face a danger that threatens to destroy them both.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Death in Winter (Sept., $7.99) by Michael Jan Friedman tells the story of the character’s lives after the end of the last Star Trek: The Next Generation film.
One Last Breath (Oct., $6.99) by Laura Griffin. A woman investigating her ex-husband’s shady dealings collides with a cop seeking revenge.
Moon Fever (Oct., $6.99) by Susan Sizemore, Maggie Shayne, Lori Handeland and Caridad Pineiro gathers romantic stories with a paranormal theme.
Secrets in the Attic (Oct., $6.99) by V.C. Andrews. When a teenage girl murders her sexually abusive father, her best friend must keep the secret.
The Dangers of Deceiving a Viscount (Nov., $6.99) by Julia London. In the last of a trilogy, three aristocratic but destitute young ladies must keep up appearances and find the husbands of their dreams.
HighlandGuardian (Nov., $6.99) by Melissa Mayhue offers a tale of interconnected love among descendants of the fae folk.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Before Dishonor (Nov., $7.99) by Peter David. Always a threat to the Federation, the Borg seem ready to wipe out humanity from existence.
Sketching Evil (Dec., $6.99) by Donna Anders tells of a woman in jeopardy.
What You Can’t See (Jan., $6.99) by Allison Brennan, Karin Tabke and Roxanne St. Claire offers a paranormal romance anthology.
Smoke, Mirrors, and Murders, and Other True Cases (Jan., $6.99) by Ann Rule. Rule tells true tales of murders who go to extraordinary lengths to hide their crimes.
To Catch a Highlander (Feb., $6.99) by Karen Hawkins. A headstrong lass must defend her home from the wicked Dougal MacLean.
Reprints: Act of Treason (Sept., $9.99) by Vince Flynn; Break No Bones (Sept., $9.99) by Kathy Reichs;True Evil (Oct., $9.99) by Greg Iles; Kidnapped (Oct., $7.99) by Jan Burke; The Other Boleyn Kirl (Oct., $7.99) by Philippa Gregory; Santa Cruise (Nov., $7.99) by Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark; Too Late to Say Goodbye (Dec., $7.99) by Ann Rule; More Twisted (Dec., $7.99) by Jeffrey Deaver; Inca Gold (Jan., $9.99) by Clive Cussler; Blaze (Feb., $7.99) by Richard Bachman.
Reprints: Roll Me Over: An Infantryman’s World War II (Sept., $7.99) by Raymond Gantter; Rising Sun Victorious: An Alternate History of the Pacific War (Oct., $7.99), edited by Peter G. Tsouras; Ambush Alley: The Most Extraordinary Battle of the Iraq War (Nov., $7.99) by Tim Pritchard; The Magnificent Bastards: The Joint Army-Marine Defense of Dong Ha, 1968 (Dec., $7.99) by Keith Nolan; The Third Reich Victorious: Alernate Decision of World War II (Jan., $6.99) by Peter G. Tsouras.
Recovery Man (Sept., $6.99) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch is the sixth entry in the Retrieval Artist series.
The Cipher: A Novel of Crosspointe (Nov., $7.99) by Diana Pharaoh Francis begins a series in a world where magic may be a blessing or a curse.
Shadows Past: A Borderlands Novel (Jan., $7.99) by Lorna Freeman continues the Borderlands series.
Reprints: A Meeting at Corvallis (Sept., $7.99) by S.M. Stirling; Once Upon a Spring Morn (Oct., $7.99) by Dennis McKiernan; Hinterland: Book Two of the Godslayer Chronicles (Nov., $7.99) by James Clemens; Lady of Avalon (Dec., $7.99) by Marion Zimmer Bradley.
Traceless (Sept., $6.99) by Debra Webb begins a new suspense thriller series.
Killer Bodies (Sept., $6.99) by Michael Fleeman presents a true story of two all-American models and bodybuilders who allegedly murdered their personal assistant.
Mine Till Midnight (Oct., $7.99) by Lisa Kleypas debuts a historical romance series.
No Rest for the Witches (Oct., $6.99) by Mary Janice Davidson, Lori Handeland, Cheyenne McCray and Christine Warren collects erotic witch stories.
Upon the Midnight Clear (Nov., $6.99) by Sherrilyn Kenyon is the second book in the Dream-Hunter series.
The Lure (Nov., $6.99) by Bill Napier. Scientists stumble upon mystery messages and a global conspiracy.
A Family Cursed (Dec., $6.99) by Kevin McMurray tells the story of two brothers who were murdered, each in drastically different scenarios.
Moving Target (Jan., $6.99) by Cheyenne McCray follows a woman on the run from the Russian mafia.
Shadow Lover (Feb., $6.99) by Tina Wainscott. Internet chatrooms form the basis for this tale of romantic suspense.
Reprints: Exile (Sept., $9.99) by Richard North Patterson; The Bancroft Strategy (Nov., $9.99) by Robert Ludlum; Visions of Sugar Plums (Nov., $6.99) by Janet Evanovich; The Fifth Vial (Dec., $9.99) by Michael Palmer; Plum Lovin’ (Jan., $6.99) by Janet Evanovich; Cat O’Nine Tales (Feb., $9.99) by Jeffrey Archer.
Sorceress (Sept., $7.99) by Lisa Jackson spins a tale of dark, historical romantic suspense.
Eye of the Beholder (Sept., $6.99) by Shari Shattuck tells a chilling tale of domestic suspense and frightening psychic abilities.
Holy Smokes: An Aisling Grey, Guardian, Novel (Nov., $7.99) by Katie MacAlister. Aisling’s wedding day should be perfect, except that the groom is missing.
Morning Light (Jan., $7.99) by Catherine Anderson introduces the Harrigan Brothers series.
The Vampire of New York (Jan., $7.99) by Paul Christopher is set in both 1860s New York and modern-day Manhattan.
The Lesser World (Feb., $7.99) by Howard Mittelmark offers a tale of vampire-like predators who rule the world.
Reprints: Fresh Disasters (Sept., $9.99) by Stuart Woods; The Gods of Newport (Oct., $9.99) by John Jakes; The Godfather’s Revenge (Nov., $9.99) by Mark Winegardner; Dust: A Richard Jury Mystery (Dec., $9.99) by Martha Grimes.
Truly Yours (Sept., $6.99) by Barbara Metzger . A touch of the paranormal lends excitement to this emotional love story.
Never Say Never (Oct., $6.99) by Geralyn Dawson. A stalker’s sadistic threat sends photographer Torie Bradshaw fleeing for her life.
The Art of Temptation (Oct., $6.99) by Lauren Royal. After trying to save her marriage, Deirdre finally left her husband and found new love; the final book in a trilogy.
Highlander in Her Dreams (Nov., $6.99) by Allie Mackay. This time-traveling romance follows a sexy Highlander who visits the heroine in her dreams.
Parallel Desire: A Novel of the Midnight Warriors (Dec., $6.99) by Deirdre Knight. Using his time-traveling abilities, Scott Dillon kills the man who murdered his wife and assumes his identity.
Trick My Truck but Don’t Mess with My Heart (Jan., $6.99) by LeAnn McLane offers a romantic romp.
Theft of Shadows (Feb., $6.99) by Naomi Bellis spins a tale of romance, espionage and corruption at the turn of the 19th century.
Reprint: The Last Heiress (Dec., $7.99) by Bertrice Small.
A Bravo Christmas Reunion (Dec., $4.99) by Christine Rimmer. Knowing that her boss and lover is anti-marriage and anti-kids, Heyley Bravo moves back home rather than tell him she is pregnant.
The McKettrick Way (Dec., $4.99) by Linda Lael Miller. For high school sweethearts reunited years later, pride still manages to interfere with love.
The Briton (Feb., $5.50) by Catherine Palmer. In medieval England, a young woman discovers a strength she didn’t know she had when she fights for a family legacy.
Homespun Bride (Feb., $5.50) by Jillian Hart. When a young rancher rediscovers his now-blind high school sweethearts, they both must come to terms with broken dreams and the blessing of love.
Warrior for the Light: Third Installment (Feb., $5.25) by Lindsay McKenna explores the dark and sensual side of the paranormal world.
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Women of Iron (Oct., $11) by Catherine King spins a tale of poverty and love set during the Industrial Revolution in England.
If His Kiss Is Wicked (Sept., $6.99) by Jo Goodman. A woman believes she’s being stalked but the one man who can reveal the truth may present a different kind of danger.
What a Rogue Desires (Sept., $5.99) by Caroline Linden. A gentleman and a most improper lady cross the line between the upper class and the underworld.
Between You and Me (Sept., $6.99) by Jane Blackwood. Her boring like takes an unlikely turn when a woman joins her ex for two weeks of yacht racing... and perhaps something more.c
Free Fall (Oct., $6.99) by Fern Michaels. In the seventh Sisterhoodnovel, the Sisterhood’s target for revenge is America’s favorite movie star.
Shadowing Ivy (Oct., $6.99) by Janelle Taylor completes the romantic suspense trilogy that began with Watching Amanda and Haunting Olivia
Midnight’s Bride (Oct., $5.99) by Sophia Johnson. The spirited daughter of a Scottish lord finds passion with a bold warrior.
Comfort and Joy (Nov., $7.99) by Fern Michaels, Marie Bostwick, Deborah J. Wolf and Cathy Lamb. Popular authors spin tales with holiday themes.
Super Natural Acts (Nov., $6.50) by Rosemary Laurey. In this first book in a series, as WWII rages, in a quiet English village Axis and Allies, mortals and Others collide.
Too Much Temptation (Dec., $6.99) by Lori Foster. When the sexy Noah promises to fulfill all of her secret fantasies, innocent Grace brazenly agrees.
I’m Watching You (Dec., $6.99) by Mary Burton. Facing a killer’s wrath, a woman is protected by a detective who happens to be her ex-husband.
Hide and Seek (Jan., $6.99) by Fern Michaels. In their eighth outing, the Sisterhood has plans for a ruthless FBI man who’s determine to destroy them.
HighlandWolf (Jan., $6.99) by Hannah Howell. Annora MacKay is helpless to resist an alluring stranger.
The Murder Game (Feb., $6.99) by Beverly Barton. A sadistic serial killer plays and cat and mouse game with PI Griffin Powell and FBI agent Nicole Baxter.
Reprint: Calder Storm (Sept., $7.99) by Janet Dailey.