The Sable Quean (Redwall) (Hardcover)
By: Brian Jacques
(From Amazon.com): He appears out of thin air and vanishes just as quickly. He is Zwilt the Shade, and he is evil. Yet he is no match for his ruler, Vilaya the Sable Quean. Along with their hordes of vermin, these two have devised a plan to conquer Redwall Abbey. And when the Dibbuns go missing, captured one by one, their plan is revealed. Will the Redwallers risk the fate of their Abbey and all of Mossflower Wood to save their precious young ones from imprisonment? Perhaps Buckler, Blademaster of the Long Patrol, can save the day. He has a score of his own to settle. And fear not, these Dibbuns are not as innocent as they appear. After all, they’re from Redwall.
Black Magic Sanction (Rachel Morgan Book 8) (Hardcover)
By: Kim Harrison
(From Amazon.com): The eighth bewitching but overly dense Hollows adventure (after 2009’s White Witch, Black Curse) updates the travails of Rachel Morgan, delectable magical jack of all trades. Having recently learned that Rachel is a witch-born demon whose children would be demons, a white magic coven is shunning her and accusing her of black magic. They offer her a terrible choice: sterilization or imprisonment in Alcatraz. Trent Kalamack, drug lord and elf in hiding, offers to get the coven off her back, but her double-crossing ex-rat ex-boyfriend, Nick, shows up and lands her in more hot water. As Rachel battles those she thought were on her side, her survival depends on a paranormal cornucopia of elves, demons, vampires, gargoyles, pixies, and even a leprechaun. This thrill ride celebrates the can-do spirit of one of urban fantasy’s most charming witches.
Darkness Within (The Lords of Avalon) (Mass Market Paperback)
By: Sherrilyn Kenyon writing as Kinley MacGregor
The Last Song (Paperback)
By: Nicholas Sparks
(From Borders.com) Seventeen-year-old Veronica Miller remains angry and alienated from her parents, until her mother sends her to spend the summer with her estranged father. The film adaptation of this novel opens in theaters on April 2 and stars Miley Cyrus and Greg Kinnear.
Fantasy In Death (Hardcover)
By: J.D. Robb
(From Borders.com) In the latest novel from #1 “New York Times”-bestselling author Robb, it is game over for the criminals pursued by NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas.
Secret Whispers (Mass Market Paperback)
By: V.C. Andrews
(From Borders.com) THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME…On the eve of her graduation from an exclusive private school, shy wallflower Semantha Heavenstone is caught in a whirl of scandal and betrayal. Now, she’s returned to the grand Kentucky mansion where painful memories of her mother and her older sister, Cassie, are as potent as newly mown bluegrass. It seems no matter where she goes, Semantha is haunted by a voice from the grave — spiteful, domineering Cassie, whose taunts and manipulations seem as real as when she was alive. …AND NO END TO THE NIGHTMARESoon her father will remarry, new memories — and a new stepmother — will replace the past…and Semantha herself has a chance at a bright future with a career inside the Heavenstone empire and handsome Ethan Hunter by her side. Butsomeonewill see to it that Semantha never forgets the tragedies of yesterday. Will Cassie’s ghostly hold on Semantha destroy her hope and drive her to madness?
Men of the Otherworld (Mass Market Paperback)
By: Kelley Armstrong
(From Borders.com) “New York Times”-bestselling author Armstrong has captivated readers with her spellbinding Women of the Otherworld series. Now for the first time, in this collection of four tales, she gives centerstage to the men who love these sexy, supernatural women.
Demon Possessed (Mass Market Paperback)
By: Stacia Kane
(From Borders.com) The highly anticipated third novel in the action-packed, funny, sexy series about a gutsy psychic who must battle demons. Here, Dr. Megan Chase tries to stop a less-than-holy minister.
Blood of the Demon (Mass Market Paperback)
By: Diana Rowland
(From Borders.com) In the second book in Rowland’s stellar new series, a demon wants the body ofcop Kara Gillian. However, a handsome FBI agent has gotten under Kara’s skin, while a killer is on the loose in Beaulac, Louisiana.
Danse Macabre (Paperback)
By: Stephen King
(From Borders.com) Long before he gave us “a one-of-a-kind classic” (The Wall Street Journal) with his bestselling memoirOn Writing, Stephen King crafted a nonfiction masterpiece inDanse Macabre, “one of the best books on American popular culture” (Philadelphia Inquirer).The author whose boundless imagination and storytelling powers have redefined the horror genre, from 1974’sCarrieto his new epicUnder the Dome, reflects on the very nature of terror — what scares us and why — in films (both cheesy and choice), television and radio, and, of course, the horror novel, past and present.Informal, engaging, tremendous fun, and tremendously informative,Danse Macabreis an essential tour with the master of horror as your guide; much like his spellbinding works of fiction, you won’t be able to put it down.
By: Leopoldo Gout
(From Borders.com) Emanating from the cramped bowels of a dimly lit station-the demented dreamchild of hip, melancholy host Joaquin-Ghost Radio is a sanctuary for sleepless denizens of the night lost halfway between this world and the next. A call-in talk show that invites listeners to share scary stories about vampires and poltergeists, it is a bona fide cult phenomenon. Joined in the booth by his darkly beautiful girlfriend, Alondra, and his devoted engineer, Watt, Joaquin masks his skepticism, encouraging callers to withhold nothing as they spin nightmares and grotesqueries they swear are true.But the wall separating reality from delusion-the living from the dead-is crumbling because Ghost Radio is going national, picked up for syndication by a huge conglomerate. And no one-not Joaquin, Alondra, or Watt-is even remotely prepared for what’s coming next . . .
Dr. Who – The Writers Tale (Paperback)
By: Russell T. Davies
(From Borders.com) When The Writer’s Tale was published in autumn 2008, it was immediately embraced as a classic. For this extensively revised and updated paperback edition, Russell T Davies and Benjamin Cook continue their candid and in-depth correspondence to take in work on the last of Russell’s 2009 specials – and the end of David Tennant’s era as The Doctor – while also looking back to the achievements of the first three seasons. With over 300 pages of all-new material, including new photos and original artwork, The Writer’s Tale is a fitting tribute to Russell T Davies’ phenomenal achievement in bringing Doctor Who back for a new generation of fans.