1: The Return(review copy) – Michael Gruber: a novel of a -mid-life crisis of sorts – when a man gets medical news he doesn’t like and goes back to Mexico, the home of his late wife and the mother of his two children. His best friend decides to accompany him, his daughter finds him later, and he ends up defending a people torn between two drug gangs.

2: A Letter To Evan(review copy) – Roy Page: a kind of memoir as a man, the author, going through a divorce writes a letter to the son he no longer sees on a daily basis.

3: Ancillary Justice – Ann Leckie: an SF novel that impressed John Scalzi enough to cover blurb it and praise it on his blog.

4: Suicide Mission – William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone: a thriller in ehich “Wild Bill” Elliot is sent by the government to destroy a base in Mexico where Islamic terrorists have team up with a drug cartel.

5: Flintlock – William W. Johnstone: the first of a new western series.

6: Mark of The Hunter – Charles G. West: the latest western from one of my favorites.

7: Solo: A James Bond Novel – William Boyd: the latest Bond novel. Some folks had problems with this one, but I had a fine time reading it. He captures fleming’s pulpish style more naturally than most of the other pastiches.

and the ebooks:

8: Evil At The root – Bill Crider: the fifth book in Bill’s Dan Rhodes series available for the first time as an ebook.

9: Sudden: Apache Fighter – Frederick H. Christian: the third release in the series from Piccadilly Publishing.

10: 5 Broken Winchesters: a set of weird western tales.

11: Mind Prison – Dave Zeltserman: a short story offered free this weekend.

12: The Marshmallow Hammer Detective Agency: The Mysterious Case of The Golden Egg(review copy) – Ernie Lindsey: the first of a new Young Adult series. Hey I qualify if you stretch a point.

13: Antiques Slayride – Barbara Allan; a short from Max Allan and Barbara Collins trash ‘n’ Treasures cozy mystery series.

14: The Reckless Engineer(review copy) – Jac Wright: first entry in a new thriller series.

15: Snapshots – Paul D. Brazill: a collection of short stories offered free this weekend.