1: The Cuckoo’s Calling – Robert Galbraith= I’m sure every body knows by now that the author is J. K. Rowling. Cormoran Strike is her private investigator and she’s promised to write more about him than Harry Potter.

1: Sherlock Holmes & Kolchak, The Night Stalker: Cry of Thunder – Joe Gentile, Andy Bennett & Carlos Magno: Moonstone Books’ graphic novel compilation of the comic series.

3: The Missing and The Dead(review copy) – Jack Lynch. from Brash Books, the second in the Bragg series.

4: Pieces of Death(review copy) – Jack Lynch: the third in Brash Books Bragg thriller series.

5: The Untarnished Badge(ARC) – S. J. Stewart: forthcoming western

6: The Execution(ARC) Dick Wolf: second in the author’s Jeremy Fisk thriller series

7: The Last Whisper In The Dark(ARC) – Tom Piccirilli: sequel to The Last Kind Words; thief Terrier Rand is the protagonist

8: Inca’s Death Cave(review copy) – Wheeler Bradford: An archaeological mystery thriller

9: Enter The Saint(review copy) – Leslie Charteris: Amazon’s reissue of the Saint series. One I didn’t own.

10: Apache Break-out – Louis Masterson: English language edition of the Morgan Kane western series.

and the ebooks:

11 Snake skin(review copy) – C. J. Lyons: book 1 in the Lucy Guardino FBI thriller series.

12: Witherings(review copy) – A. R. Khan: Arthur McQueen is forty-nine years old, married, and counting down the hours to his inevitable death from brain cancer. After learning his cancer has progressed to stage IV, he invites the only suspect in his wife’s disappearance to move in with him. With a desperate desire to seek the truth about her disappearance, a plan in place, and a nothing to lose attitude, Arthur quickly realizes that his rapidly deteriorating health is becoming an obstacle.

13 Thai Horse – William Diehl: a freebie from Diehl. How could I resist.