The Walking Dead Book 5 (Hardcover)

By:  Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, and Cliff Rathburn

(From Amazon.com): This hardcover features another 12 issues of the hit series along with the covers for the issues all in one oversized hardcover volume. Perfect for long time fans, new readers, and anyone interested in reading a zombie movie on paper that never ends.

Night Angels (Paperback)

By:  Danuta Reah

(From Borders.com) A missing academic and a brutally murdered prostitute. Another woman is found, floating face down, in the Humber Estuary. Two of the women had been part of DI Lynne Jordon’s investigation into the trafficking of women in Hull. But when murder claims a fourth woman, Jordon fears that something even more sinister is at hand.

Danuta Reah (a.k.a. Carla Banks) lectures in language and linguistics and researches the link between language disorders and criminal behavior-and “Buff y the Vampire Slayer.”

A Rosslyn Treasury: Stories and Legends from Rosslyn Chapel (Paperback)

By:  n/a

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Spooky Hudson Valley

By:  Marianna Boncek

(From Borders.com) Take a ghostly tour of New York’s Hudson Valley and learn about its history, legends, and resident spirits. Meet the ghost of servant girl Anna Dorthea Swarts who was savagely dragged to her death by an enraged master. Visit historic Hugenot Street, one of the oldest and continuously inhabited streets in America, where every house is haunted-from a vicious “Axe Man” to a headless woman who wanders the streets. Read the elegy of Maria Deyo, who calmly murdered her three children and killed herself. Learn basic ghost hunting skills and visit the “guaranteed” haunted places for yourself!

Texas Ghosts: Galveston, Houston, and Vicinity (Paperback)

By:  Olyve Hallmark Abbott

(From Borders.com) Take a chilling journey to South Texas, from The Woodlands to Galveston, where the long departed are waiting to tell you their stories. The spirit of Jean Lafitte may urge you to join him on his ghost ship. Meet Captain Mott’s spirit that haunted the Witwer family from an attic for years-until he finally solved his “problem.” Read about dead folks who wander Old City Cemetery in Columbus. Spend a frightening vacation moving from one haunted place to the next, taking in haunted hotels, mansions, and depots-a phantasmagoria of phantoms you won’t want to miss. Legends of haunted graveyards, phantom dogs, and other eerie phenomena will intrigue you. Pleasant dreams. . .

Flirt (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, Book 18) (Hardcover)

By:  Laurell K. Hamilton

(From Amazon.com): When Anita Blake meets with prospective client Tony Bennington, who is desperate to have her reanimate his recently deceased wife, she is full of sympathy for his loss. Anita knows something about love, and she knows everything there is to know about loss. But what she also knows, though Tony Bennington seems unwilling to be convinced, is that the thing she can do as a necromancer isn’t the miracle he thinks he needs. The creature that Anita could coerce to step out of the late Mrs. Bennington’s grave would not be the lovely Mrs. Bennington. Not really. And not for long.

Blackout (Hardcover)

By:  Connie Willis

(From Amazon.com): In her first novel since 2002, Nebula and Hugo award-winning author Connie Willis returns with a stunning, enormously entertaining novel of time travel, war, and the deeds—great and small—of ordinary people who shape history. In the hands of this acclaimed storyteller, the past and future collide—and the result is at once intriguing, elusive, and frightening.

Oxford in 2060 is a chaotic place. Scores of time-traveling historians are being sent into the past, to destinations including the American Civil War and the attack on the World Trade Center. Michael Davies is prepping to go to Pearl Harbor. Merope Ward is coping with a bunch of bratty 1940 evacuees and trying to talk her thesis adviser, Mr. Dunworthy, into letting her go to VE Day. Polly Churchill’s next assignment will be as a shopgirl in the middle of London’s Blitz. And seventeen-year-old Colin Templer, who has a major crush on Polly, is determined to go to the Crusades so that he can “catch up” to her in age. But now the time-travel lab is suddenly canceling assignments for no apparent reason and switching around everyone’s schedules. And when Michael, Merope, and Polly finally get to World War II, things just get worse. For there they face air raids, blackouts, unexploded bombs, dive-bombing Stukas, rationing, shrapnel, V-1s, and two of the most incorrigible children in all of history—to say nothing of a growing feeling that not only their assignments but the war and history itself are spiraling out of control. Because suddenly the once-reliable mechanisms of time travel are showing significant glitches, and our heroes are beginning to question their most firmly held belief: that no historian can possibly change the past.  From the people sheltering in the tube stations of London to the retired sailors who set off across the Channel to rescue the stranded British Army from Dunkirk, from shopgirls to ambulance drivers, from spies to hospital nurses to Shakespearean actors, Blackout reveals a side of World War II seldom seen before: a dangerous, desperate world in which there are no civilians and in which everybody—from the Queen down to the lowliest barmaid—is determined to do their bit to help a beleaguered nation survive.

The Poison Eaters: and Other Stories (Hardcover)

By:  Holly Black

(From Amazon.com): In her debut collection, New York Times best-selling author Holly Black returns to the world of Tithe in two darkly exquisite new tales. Then Black takes readers on a tour of a faerie market and introduces a girl poisonous to the touch and another who challenges the devil to a competitive eating match. These stories have been published in anthologies such as 21 Proms, The Faery Reel, and The Restless Dead, and have been reprinted in many “Best of” anthologies. The Poison Eaters is Holly Black’s much-anticipated first collection of stories, and her ability to stare into the void—and to find humanity and humor there—will speak to young adult and adult readers alike.