Acevedo, Mario: The Nymphos of Rocky Flats, Eos, 2006 & 2008 – Felix Gomez went to Iraq a soldier, and came back a vampire. Now he’s a private detective hired by a trusted friend to penetrate the murderous conspiracy cloaking an outbreak of nymphomania at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant. Westword Best of 2007 Best New Book by a Colorado Author; & Booksense Notable Pick for April 2006. World rights sold. Dramatic Rights with Howie Sanders at UTA. Debut Author
Acevedo, Mario: X-Rated Bloodsuckers, Eos, 2007 & 2008 – Felix Gomez, a soldier turned vampire turned PI, faces his toughest task ever—navigating the corrupt world of Los Angeles politics to solve the murder of a distinguished young surgeon turned porn star. But both human and vampire alike have reasons to want the secret to stay buried… World rights sold. Dramatic Rights with Howie Sanders at UTA.
Acevedo, Mario: The Undead Kama Sutra, Eos, 2008 – The third book in the Felix Gomez adventures. Felix is a soldier turned vampire working as a private detective. Now the aliens are back and Felix must save the Earth women. World rights sold. Dramatic Rights with Howie Sanders at UTA.
Acevedo, Mario: Jailbait Zombie, Eos, 2009 – World rights sold. Dramatic Rights with Howie Sanders at UTA.
Acevedo, Mario: The Werewolf Super-Sex Club, Eos, 2010 – World rights sold. Dramatic Rights with Howie Sanders at UTA.
Brennan, Marie: Doppelganger, Warner Books, 2005 – When a witch is born, a doppelganger is created. For the witch to master her powers, the twin must be killed. But what happens when the doppelganger survives? Debut Author
Brennan, Marie: Warrior and Witch, Warner Books, 2006 – Created by the merging of witch and doppelganger, Mirei is the most powerful witch alive. While Satomi, the leader of the witches’ ruling Primes, hails Mirei as a miracle, rival Primes say that Mirei is an evil abomination . . . and engage in a bloody war with magic, treachery, and murder.
Brennan, Marie: Midnight Never Come, Orbit, 2008 – England flourishes under the hand of its Queen: Elizabeth. But hidden beneath London, a second Queen holds court: Invidiana, ruler of faerie England. Fae and mortal politics have become entwined. Now, two courtiers are about to uncover the secrets that lie behind these two thrones.
Kittredge, Caitlin: Night Life, St. Martin’s Press, 2008 – Luna Wilder is a tough-as-nails police officer whose job is to keep the peace. As an Insoli werewolf, she travels without a pack and must rely on instinct alone to find the killer behind a string of murders—a killer with ties to an escaped demon found only in legend…until now. Debut Author
Kittredge, Caitlin: Pure Blood, St. Martin’s Press, 2008 – Luna Wilder is back, this time on new case that has detectives baffled. Who could be responsible for slaughtering powerful witches? Adding to her frustration, her flame Dmitri has been forbidden by his pack from associating with her, but their spark continues to burn.
Moriarty, Chris (Woodhouse, Jessica): Spin State,Bantam Spectra, 2003 – Major Catherine Li must solve a murder case in the midst of UN, multiplanetary corporate, and AI politics in this meld of cutting-edge science with post-cyberpunk fiction and neo-noir suspense. LIBRARY JOURNAL pick for Best First Novel , Amazon.com top ten pick for Science Fiction and Fantasy in 2003, Finalist Philip K. Dick Award, Finalist John Campbell Award, Finalist Spectrum Award.
Moriarty, Chris (Woodhouse, Jessica): Spin Control, Bantam Spectra, 2006 – Sequel to Spin State, told from perspective of A-series clone Arkady. Against the portrayal of a tense, dire future, Moriarty addresses as issues of loyalty and identity when Major Catherine Li and Arkady uncover conspiracies between AI’s, America, and Palestine. Winner 2007 Philip K. Dick Award, Finalist Lambda Literary Award for SF. National Bestseller. Rights sold: French (Bragelonne), German (Random House).
Salyards, Jeff: Scourge of the Betrayer: Bloodsounder’s Arc Book One, , Nightshade Books, 2012 – Hired to chronicle the exploits of a band of rugged Syldoon warriors, bookish young scribe Arkamondos finds himself both frightened and fascinated by their leader, Captain Braylar Killcoin, a mercurial figure haunted by the memories of those he’s killed with his deadly flail. A gripping military fantasy in the tradition of Glen Cook, Scourge of the Betrayer explores the brutal politics of Empire–and the searing impact of violence and dark magic on a man’s soul. Debut Author. Rights sold: German (Heyne), French (Panini).
Scott, Michael and Freedman, Colette: The Thirteen Hallows, Tor, December 2011 – A new adult fantasy series from the New York Times bestselling author. The Hallows of Britain are thirteen ancient treasures: mysterious, magical, infinitely powerful, with the potential for great good … or absolute evil. The last time the Thirteen Hallows were gathered together was in the time of Arthur. With his death, the age of the knights passed and the Hallows were dispersed into the safekeeping of the Guardians, the descendants of those who carried the first Hallows. The sacred objects have remained with those families for over two millennia. But now these ordinary men and women are being brutally slain, and someone is gathering the Hallows together.
Sweet, Caitlin: Telling of Stars, Penguin, 2004 – Debut Author
Sweet, Caitlin: The Silences of Home, Penguin, 2005 – This magnificent prequel to A Telling of Stars explores the gulf between official and unwritten accounts of history, and the ways in which individuals, knowingly or not, shape the events of their time—events that pass into myth…or silence.