New Books and ARCs, 12/2/16

Whoa. It’s December, folks. How did that happen?

(Yes, I know. Go to November and keep heading on through.)

Here’s this week’s new books and ARCs. Anything here look tempting to you? Tell everyone in the comments!

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

21 replies on “New Books and ARCs, 12/2/16”

I love it when I see my blog / podcast listening streams get crossed. Been listening to Tom Merrit’s tech news for years on TWIT and now on his own. Still need to crack open Pilot X.

I own Empire of Imagination in hardcover. It’s an excellent biography of Gary Gygax, the man who almost single-handedly saved me from living a normal life…

I am pretty much always gleeful about Hard Case Crime books; their whole concept is awesome. (And I just read a much older one of theirs called “The Corpse Wore Pasties” that has left me quite enthusiastic about reading more stuff they’ve published.)

@Kate: Yes, it looks like a release of two old McDonald books in a single edition – one of which is Snatched/Who Took Toby Rinaldi?

McDonald had one of the weirdest career arcs ever. He peaked with his second novel (Fletch) and then just kept going downhill for book after book. Toby was his forth or fifth novel, and one of the last ones I liked.

Holy grimcracks; Tom Merritt has been ‘officially’ published? I am so far behind on geek-world news I may never catch up. I need to find a new job that lets me listen to podcasts and watch Youtube all day.

I feel a bit sad when one of these comes up and I not only haven’t heard of any of the books, I haven’t even heard of any of the authors (at least, not clearly enough to remember). This isn’t the first time.

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