New Releases Jan. 31-Feb. 5 and Get Your Choice

If it’s Monday, it must be time to look at the new releases in speculative fiction this week—and you get to pick which one you’d like to win! We have a pretty good-sized list this week (next week’s is HUGE).
What do you want to read? Leave a comment and tell me, and I’ll draw one name to win his or her choice. International, as always. And if the book is in a series you haven’t started, you can always pick the first one in the series instead.

The Faceless, by Simon Bestwick (Jan. 31, Solaris)

In the Lancashire town of Kempforth, people are vanishing. Mist hangs heavy in the streets, and in those mists move the masked figures the local kids call the Spindly Men. When two-year-old Roseanne Trevor disappears, Detective Chief Inspector Renwick vows to stop at nothing until she finds her. In Manchester, terrifying visions summon TV psychic Allen Cowell and his sister Vera back to the town they swore they’d left forever. And local historian Anna Mason pieces together a history of cruelty and exploitation almost beyond belief, born out of the horrors of war – while in the decaying corridors and lightless rooms of a long-abandoned hospital, something terrible is waiting for them all. Horror.

Lenobia’s Vow, by P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast (Jan. 31, St. Martin’s Griffin)

The second in the enthralling new mini-series of novellas from the #1 bestselling authors of the House of Night, Lenobia’s Vow tells the gripping story behind the House of Night’s enigmatic riding instructor – and one of Zoey’s closest allies against evil. In a small southern town at the turn of the century, young Lenobia is developing into a beautiful young woman with ideas of her own. But when she is Marked as a fledgling vampyre, her world turns upside down, and she is drawn to the musical streets of New Orleans. There, she learns of the city’s dark underbelly, ruled by powerful black magic. As Lenobia experiences her first love – and loss – and discovers a passion for horses to sustain her, she must come face-to-face with Darkness itself. And she may not escape without scars. YA

Control Point, by Myke Cole(Jan. 31, Ace)

Across the country and in every nation, people are waking up with magical talents. Untrained and panicked, they summon storms, raise the dead, and set everything they touch ablaze. Army officer Oscar Britton sees the worst of it. A lieutenant attached to the military’s Supernatural Operations Corps, his mission is to bring order to a world gone mad. Then he abruptly manifests a rare and prohibited magical power, transforming him overnight from government agent to public enemy number one. The SOC knows how to handle this kind of situation: hunt him down–and take him out. Driven into an underground shadow world, Britton is about to learn that magic has changed all the rules he’s ever known, and that his life isn’t the only thing he’s fighting for. Urban fantasy

All Things Wicked, by Karina Cooper(Jan. 31, Avon)

Juliet Carpenter thought of the coven as family, but when she falls for a man who betrays them all, she’s left alone and desperately searching for a reason why. Caleb Leigh has spent the past year in hiding, unable to escape his demons. When Juliet finds him again, her need for vengeance clashes with the hunger still burning between them. It’s a fight born from the embers of a half-forgotten attraction and the wounds of a past too raw to ignore. With enemies circling and secrets threatening to consume them all, Caleb has no choice but to fulfill a promise made long ago–protect her, save her. Even if it costs him his blood, his body… and what’s left of his mind. Third in the Dark Mission series. Paranormal romance

Moonrise, by Ivy Devlin(Jan. 31, Bloomsbury)

Avery and Ben are just beginning to explore the depth of the bond that links them. Their ability to sense each others’ feelings and Avery’s mysterious connection to the forest mean that their love is unlike any other. But even such a perfect bond can be strained by jealousy, and when Hope, a gorgeous girl from Ben’s old life, arrives in town, Avery can’t help but feel threatened. And in more ways than one-because someone is trying to kill her, again. Also new in town are a pair of Hunters-men who know about werewolves and who seek only to destroy what they can’t understand. Hope is connected to the Hunters somehow, but by the time Avery figures out her secret, it’s too late-and someone will pay with their life. With the glowing, emotional language that made Low Red Moon such an irresistible read, Moonrise ups the romantic stakes with a heart-tugging sacrifice that testifies to the power of love. Second in the Low Red Moon series. YA

Mass Effect: Deception, by William C. Dietz (Jan. 31, Del Rey)

The universe is under siege. Every fifty thousand years, a race of sentient machines invades our galaxy to harvest all organic life-forms. They are the Reapers. Two people who know the truth are desperately searching for a way to stop the cycle: Navy admiral David Anderson and his partner, Kahlee Sanders. They have uncovered grisly evidence proving that the Reaper threat is real. But in so doing they have exposed the machinations of Cerberus, a secretive paramilitary organization, and its mysterious leader, the Illusive Man—putting David and Kahlee in mortal danger, for Cerberus will stop at nothing to protect its secrets. But along the way, they find an unlikely ally in Gillian Grayson, a young woman with extraordinary powers. Once the subject of horrifying scientific experiments, Gillian is now free—and beginning to master her deadly abilities. But after learning that Cerberus was responsible for the death of her father, Gillian swears vengeance against the group and the Illusive Man—threatening to unravel everything Kahlee and David are fighting for. Science fiction

Destiny and Deception, by Shannon Delany (Jan. 31, St. Martin’s Griffin)

The sensational fourth novel in the 13 to Life series sees Jessica and the Rusakuvas fighting to overcome one of their biggest challenges yet–the possibility of a cure for lycanthropy. With the threat of the mafia seemingly gone and the company’s headquarters in Junction destroyed, Pietr Rusakova is adjusting to being a normal teen and Jess is realizing normalcy may not be what she wanted after all. But both Jess and Cat know the truth–that normal can’t be taken for granted. Their precious cure isn’t permanent–and when a new danger stalks into their small town, Alexi decides he must overcome his issues with the mother who abandoned him to be raised by wolves and make a brand new deal to save his adopted family. The fourth 13 To Life book. YA

Undone Deeds, by Mark Del Franco(Jan. 31, Ace)

Connor Grey is a druid consultant for the Boston PD on their “strange” cases. So his world is turned upside down when he suddenly finds that he himself has become one. Wrongly accused of a terrorist attack that rocked the city to its core, Connor evades arrest by going underground, where rumors of war are roiling. A final confrontation between the Celtic and Teutonic fey looks inevitable-with Boston as the battlefield. Urban fantasy

A Devil Named Desire, by Terri Garey (Jan. 31, Avon)

Forbidden fruit is always the sweetest…and no one knows that better than Sammy Divine, High Prince of Darkness. Once an angel, now cast down, Sammy’s out to prove he’s not the only angel who can be led into temptation…Hope Henderson’s sister has disappeared without a trace, and Hope will do anything to find her–even make a deal with the Devil. An ancient text holds the key to unspeakable power, and it’s the Archangel Gabriel’s job to make sure it stays hidden, even if he has to become human to do it. Lives, love and the fate of the world hang in the balance, as Hope and Gabriel learn that when passion’s involved, it may be impossible to withstand a devil named desire. Paranormal romance

Third Grave Dead Ahead, by Darynda Jones (Jan. 31, St. Martin’s)

Charley Davidson—grim reaper extraordinaire, private investigator . . . meh—is practicing her profession under the influence, caffeine and copious amounts of it, due to an extreme desire to induce insomnia. Every time she closes her eyes, Reyes Farrow, the part-human, part-supermodel son of Satan, is there. Only thing is, he’s a tad peeved. She did bind him for all eternity, so it’s hard to blame him. But 13 days without a wink is bound to bring out the crazy in a girl. So, when a man hires her to find his wife, Charley accepts the job with one goal in mind: Put the man behind bars, and not the wet kind. She can sense the guilt waft off him and vows to find the woman’s body and prove he’s a murderer. In the meantime, Reyes is back in prison and none too happy about it . . . so Charley thinks, until she is carjacked by the dark-haired rake, who swears the very man he went to prison for killing is not only alive, but close by. And he wants Charley to find him. While a visit to her old friend Rocket sheds no light on Reyes’s situation, Charley finds out the man’s wife is still alive and time is running out. Finding her before she dies would be a miracle, but she has to try. Together with the help of a fashion-impaired receptionist named Cookie, Charley sets out to bring the bad guys to justice. She just hopes Reyes is not one of them. And that she’s not hallucinating from her self-induced bout with insomnia. Urban fantasy

Burned, by J.F. Lewis (Jan. 31, Pocket)

Void City’s resident bad-ass vampire has a secret to keep, everything to lose, and a plan to win it all. Eric has taken control of the city’s supernatural hierarchy, putting all the deals and contracts that allow Void City to function up for renegotiation. When he installs his insane vampire daughter, Greta, as Void City’s sheriff of the supernatural, bloody mayhem ensues. To further complicate things, the love of Eric’s life is back from the dead, immortally young, at a cost that has put Eric under the thumb of a very powerful demon. The mysterious mouser Talbot, morose mage Magbidion, and all of Eric’s thralls are trying to help him keep things under control….But with early onset Alzheimer’s, vampire hunters, demons, a band of chupacabra, a cursed cousin with a serious grudge, and Rachel as his new “handler”…there’s just not an app for that. Fourth in the Void City series. Urban fantasy

A Little Night Magic, by Lucy March (Jan. 31, St. Martin’s Griffin)

Olivia Kiskey needs a change. She’s been working at the same Nodaway Falls, New York, waffle house since she was a teenager; not a lot of upward mobility there. She’s been in love with Tobias, the cook, for the last four years; he’s never made a move. Every Saturday night, she gathers with her three best friends—Peach, Millie, and Stacy—and drinks the same margaritas while listening to the same old stories. Intent on shaking things up, she puts her house on the market, buys a one-way ticket to Europe, and announces her plans to her friends . . . but then she meets Davina Granville, a strange and mystical Southern woman who shows Olivia that there is more to her life than she ever dreamed. As Liv’s latent magical powers come to the surface, she discovers that having an interesting life is maybe not all it’s cracked up to be. The dark side of someone else’s magic is taking over good people in town, and changing them into vessels of malevolence. Unwilling to cede her home to darkness, she battles the demons of her familial past and her magical present, with those she loves at her side . . . and in the cross fire. Can the most important things in life—friendship, love, magic, and waffles—get her through the worst that the universe can throw at her? Urban fantasy

His Dark Bond, by Anne Marsh (Jan. 31, Brava)

Zer is no angel – well, not anymore. He’s explored every flavour of sin imaginable, drinking in the pleasures of humanity. But now he must find the woman who carries his salvation in her very blood…a woman like Nessa St. James. Nessa has considered the bargain the Fallen offer. Anything she wants in exchange for accepting Zer’s bond? No way. Not her. Not when she finds out about the mind-blowing ritual involved and the marks of surrender that will ink her skin. But with a serial killer to stop and centuries of experience on his side, Zer will do whatever it takes to change her. Second in the Fallen series. Paranormal romance

Greatshadow, by James Maxey(Jan. 31, Solaris)

The warrior woman known as Infidel is legendary for her superhuman strength and skin tough as chain mail. She’s made few friends during her career as a sword-for-hire, and many powerful enemies. Following the death of her closest companion, Infidel finds herself weary of life as a mercenary and sets her eyes on one final prize that will allow her to live out the rest of her days in luxury, the priceless treasure trove of Greatshadow. Greatshadow is the primal dragon of fire. His malign intelligence spies upon mankind through every flickering candle, patiently waiting to devour victims careless with even the smallest flame. The Church of the Book has assembled a team of twelve battle-hardened adventurers to slay the dragon once and for all. But tensions run high between the leaders of the quest who view the mission as a holy duty and the super-powered mercenaries who add power to their ranks, who dream only of Greatshadow’s vast wealth. If the warriors fail to slay the beast, will they doom mankind to death by fire?  Fantasy

Incarnate, by Jodi Meadows(Jan. 31, Katherine Tegen)

Ana is new. For thousands of years in Range, a million souls have been reincarnated over and over, keeping their memories and experiences from previous lifetimes. When Ana was born, another soul vanished, and no one knows why….Even Ana’s own mother thinks she’s a nosoul, an omen of worse things to come, and has kept her away from society. To escape her seclusion and learn whether she’ll be reincarnated, Ana travels to the city of Heart, but its citizens are suspicious and afraid of what her presence means. When dragons and sylph attack the city, is Ana to blame? Sam believes Ana’s new soul is good and worthwhile. When he stands up for her, their relationship blooms. But can he love someone who may live only once, and will Ana’s enemies—human and creature alike—let them be together? Ana needs to uncover the mistake that gave her someone else’s life, but will her quest threaten the peace of Heart and destroy the promise of reincarnation for all?  YA

Wrong Side of Dead, by Kelly Meding (Jan. 31, Bantam)

Barely recovered from her extended torture at the hands of mad scientist Walter Thackery, Evy can use a break. What she gets instead is a war, as the battered Triads that keep Dreg City safe find themselves under attack by half-Blood vampires who have somehow retained their reason, making them twice as lethal. Worse, the Halfies are joined by a breed of were-creature long believed extinct—back and more dangerous than ever. Meanwhile, Evy’s attempts at reconciliation with the man she loves take a hit after Wyatt is viciously assaulted—an attack traced to Thackery, who has not given up his quest to exterminate all vampires . . . even if he has to destroy Dreg City to do it. With Wyatt’s time running out, another threat emerges from the shadows and a staggering betrayal shatters the fragile alliance between the Triads, vampires, and shapeshifters, turning Evy’s world upside down forever. Fourth in the Dreg City series. Urban fantasy

The Dead of Winter, by Chris Priestley (Jan. 31, Bloomsbury)

Michael Vyner recalls a terrible story, one that happened to him. One that would be unbelievable if it weren’t true! Michael’s parents are dead and he imagines that he will stay with the kindly lawyer, executor of his parents’ will …Until he is invited to spend Christmas with his guardian in a large and desolate country house. His arrival on the first night suggests something is not quite right when he sees a woman out in the frozen mists, standing alone in the marshes. But little can prepare him for the solitude of the house itself as he is kept from his guardian and finds himself spending the Christmas holiday wandering the silent corridors of the house seeking distraction. But lonely doesn’t mean alone, as Michael soon realises that the house and its grounds harbour many secrets, dead and alive, and Michael is set the task of unravelling some of the darkest secrets of all. U.S. release. YA

Sadie Walker Is Stranded, by Madeleine Roux (Jan. 31, St. Martin’s Griffin)

Sadie Walker fights for survival as the dead close in…In the months since The Outbreak, Seattle has become a walled citadel – the Infected are kept at bay but the city is rife with kidnappings, religious cults and black-market dealings. And things are about to get much, much worse. A group of frustrated religious fanatics, the ‘Repopulationists’, destroy part of the wall and zombies swarm the city. Devastated by the brutal kidnapping of her nephew, illustrator Sadie Walker flees Seattle with her best friend Andrea and secures passage on a boat with no destination. The ragtag bunch aboard the ship are thrown ashore by a storm and stumble across what appears to be a thriving survivors camp. The shipwrecked group, relived to find food, shelter and friendship, relax into the rhythm of the community’s existence. But then people start to disappear. Horror

Heir of Novron, by Michael J. Sullivan (Jan. 31, Orbit)

The New Empire intends to mark its victory over the Nationalists with a bloody celebration. On the high holiday of Wintertide, the Witch of Melengar will be burned and the Heir of Novron executed. On that same day the Empress faces a forced marriage, with a fatal accident soon follow. The New Empire is confident in the totality of its triumph but there’s just one problem-Royce and Hadrian have finally found the true Heir of Novron—and they have their own holiday plans. Books five and six in the previously self-published Riyria Revelations series, incorporating Wintertide and Percepliquis. Fantasy

Giant Thief, by David Tallerman(Jan. 31, Angry Robot)

Meet Easie Damasco, rogue, thieving swine and total charmer. Even the wicked can’t rest when a vicious warlord and the force of enslaved giants he commands invade their homeland.  Damasco might get away in one piece, but he’s going to need help. Big time. Fantasy

The Great Game, by Lavie Tidhar(Jan. 31, Angry Robot)

When Mycroft Holmes is Murdered in London, it is up to retired shadow executive Smith to track down his killer – and stumble on the greatest conspiracy of his life. Strange forces are stirring into life around the globe, and in the shadow game of spies nothing is certain. Fresh from liberating a strange alien object in Abyssinia – which might just be the mythical Ark of the Covenant – young Lucy Westerna, Holmes’ protégé, must follow her own path to the truth while, on the other side of the world, a young Harry Houdini must face his greatest feat of escape – death itself. As their paths converge the body count mounts up, the entire world is under threat, and in a foreboding castle in the mountains of Transylvania a mysterious old man weaves a spider’s web of secrets and lies. Airship battles, Frankenstein monsters, alien tripods and death-defying acts: The Great Game is a cranked-up steampunk thriller in which nothing is certain – not even death. Steampunk

The Snow Child, by Eowyn Ivey (Feb. 1, Reagan Arthur)

Alaska, 1920: a brutal place to homestead, and especially tough for recent arrivals Jack and Mabel. Childless, they are drifting apart—he breaking under the weight of the work of the farm; she crumbling from loneliness and despair. In a moment of levity during the season’s first snowfall, they build a child out of snow. The next morning the snow child is gone, but they glimpse a young, blond-haired girl running through the trees. This little girl, who calls herself Faina, seems to be a child of the woods. But in this beautiful, violent place things are rarely as they appear, and what they eventually learn about Faina will transform all of them. Mixed-genre

The Dread, by Gail Z. Martin (Feb. 1, Orbit)

Still reeling from plague and civil war, the Winter Kingdoms face an invasion force from across the Northern Sea led my a dark spirit mage in the name of ancient, vanquished gods. Summoner-King Martris Drayke and an untested generation of new rulers must stand against an alliance of shadowy invaders. To prevail, Tris must win the support of the Dread, spirit-beings that stand guard within the barrows over an even more fearsome threat imprisoned within. In the balance lies not only the freedom of the Winter Kingdoms, but Tris’s life and the soul of his young son. Second in the Fallen Kings Cycle. Fantasy

Article 5, by Kristen Simmons (Feb. 1, Tor Teen)

New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., have been abandoned. There are no more police—instead, there are soldiers. Seventeen-year-old Ember Miller is old enough to remember that things weren’t always this way. Ember has perfected the art of keeping a low profile. She knows how to get the things she needs, like food stamps and hand-me-down clothes, and how to pass the random home inspections by the military. Her life is as close to peaceful as circumstances allow. That is, until her mother is arrested for noncompliance with Article 5, and one of the arresting officers is none other than Chase Jennings…the only boy Ember has ever loved. YA

Harbinger, by Sara Wilson Etienne(Feb. 2, Putnam Juvenile)

When sixteen-year-old Faye arrives at Holbrook Academy, she doesn’t expect to find herself exactly where she needs to be. After years of strange waking visions and nightmares, her only comfort the bones of dead animals, Faye is afraid she’s going crazy. Fast. But her first night at Holbrook, she feels strangely connected to the school and the island it sits on, like she’s come home. She’s even made her first real friends, but odd things keep happening to them. Every morning they wake on the floors of their dorm rooms with their hands stained red. Faye knows she’s the reason, but what does it all mean? YA

Enormity, by W.G. Marshall (Feb. 2, Night Shade)

In Korea, a lonely young man named Manny Lopes, who is not only physically small (in his own words, he’s a “Creole shrimp”), but his work, his failed marriage, his race, all conspire to make him feel puny and insignificant—the proverbial ninety-eight-pound weakling. Then one day an accident happens, a quantum explosion, and suddenly Manny awakens to discover that he is big—really big. In fact, Manny is enormous, a mile-high colossus! Now there’s no stopping him: he’s a one-man weapon of mass destruction. There’s only one weapon that has any chance at all of stopping him: his wife. Science fiction

Decisions, decisions! As always, four entries possible and please include your e-mail: +1 for comment to tell me what book (any book) you want, +1 for blog follow, +1 for Twitter follow @Suzanne_Johnson, and +1 for a Tweet or RT about the contest. This contest is international. Now….go!

69 thoughts on “New Releases Jan. 31-Feb. 5 and Get Your Choice

  1. So many great books coming out this week!

    Tough choice, but I think I’d like to win Harbinger. 🙂

    I followed your blog via GFC (Agnieszka Nashi) and your twitter (@nookofbooks). I also tweeted about it! ^^

    Thank you for making this giveaway international. <3

  2. Yeah, there are so many AWESOME ones coming out that I can’t decide which ones! I think I’d go with His Dark Bond or Greatshadow. Haha. I don’t know which one to choose! Both sounds soo good.:P Have you read any of them yet, Suzanne? Which one do you prefer? Or would you prefer?:D

    Thanks for another incredible giveaway!

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  3. Ack! Too much bookish goodness! There are three on the list I want, want, WANT! Control Point, Wrong Side of Dead, and Third Grave Dead Ahead! How can I choose?? (Oh right… which one wasn’t pre-ordered?)
    If I win, I’d love Third Grave, purty please!

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  4. @CYP…I haven’t read any of them yet, either. I’d say my most-wanted are the three urban fantasies from male authors–I’ve had JF Lewis’ Void City series in my TBR pile forever, and I’ll probably pick up the new one. Also the books from Mark Del Franco and Myke Cole sound cool. I read so much paranormal romance last year I’m kind of in a PNR backlash right now. Give me violence!

  5. AHHHHHHHHHHHh so many awesome books!!! I would totally freak if I won this week. I would have to choose Incarnate because I’ve heard great things about it and I <3 the cover :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. Would love to win A Devil Named Desire!

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  7. Thanks you again for this great international giveaway/contest.
    I would love to win Third Grave Dead Ahead by Darynda Jones

    thanks you a lot

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  8. You call this a small list? The choice is daunting this time! So many good ones coming out. Where will I ever find the time to read them all?

    If I would be so extremely lucky to win again, I’d pick Darynda Jones, the first book please.

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  9. I’ve been discovering a lot of new authors this year and I want to keep it up. Please count me in for Little Night Magic, by Lucy March. It sounds like a fun story.

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  10. I would love Harbinger by Sara Wilson Etienne

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  11. Thanks for the giveaway.

    as usual, nearly impossible to choose from the selection.

    However I have not read a good Sci-Fi in a while so my choice would be Mass Effect: Deception, by William C. Dietz.



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  12. His Dark Bond is the one for me this week.
    Thanks for this giveaway every week!
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  13. i want to read The Faceless, by Simon Bestwick

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  14. Awesome assortment of books. I think out of all of them, Enormity looks like the one I want to read the most.

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  15. Would love to win A Devil Named Desire by Terri Garey

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  16. A lot of good looking releases this week but I really like the sound of A Little Night Magic! Plus i love waffles! 🙂

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  17. Incarnate’s cover looks amazing. And it sounds like a great novel too.

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  18. I’ve been wanting to start Darynda Jones’ series, so I’d love to win First Grave on the Right (which finally just came out in MMPB). A Little Night Magic sounds really good also.

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  19. I would love to win a copy of The Snow Child, by Eowyn Ivey. It sounds intriguing!

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    Thank you for this great giveaway!!! 😀

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  20. Would simply love to read “The Snow Child”, by Eowyn Ivey.

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  21. Destiny and Deception.
    I really enjoy this series.
    Thank you for the great giveaway.


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  22. oh I would love to get my hands on a copy Of Third Grave Dead Ahead. I love Charlie.

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