Truckers by Terry Pratchett
Release Date: Early Dec
A new illustrated edition of Terry Pratchett‘s wonderful children’s story about a civilisation of tiny people who live in the walls and under the floors of a busy department store. When they learn the building is going be demolished they need to move their whole society. Step one: steal a truck!
The Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Weeks
Release Date: Mid Nov
The tenth anniversary edition of Brent Weeks’ dark fantasy Night Angel trilogy and presented in an all black omnibus hardcover. If you like grim heroes, knives in the dark and stories told in shades of grey, this one is for you. It’s also a great collectable if you’re a fan already.  


The Last Jedi by Jason Fry
Release Date: Early Dec
An extended novelization of the film with scenes from the script that were not filmed, as well as elements that were cut from the script entirely. It’s intended to be a more rounded version of the story and offering more depth to events that some viewers may have thought lacked it. 
Don’t Wake Up by Liz Lawler
Release Date: Early Dec
Imagine waking up on an operating table with a stranger above you asking you to make an impossible choice, then they put you to sleep again. Later, no one believes you and you wonder if it really happened. Then you meet the others. Disturbing and intense medico-thriller. 


Pandemic by Robin Cook
Release Date: Mid Dec
The new medical-themed thriller from Robin Cook begins with a transplant recipient dying from a mysterious illness, who an autopsy reveals seems to have had a very unorthodox transplant.  As the medical examiner investigates he discovers an underworld of black market medicine and dangerously unethical science. 
No Tomorrow by Luke Jennings
Release Date: Early Nov
This is the second of the Killing Eve books that are the basis of the recent BBC series and continues the cat-and-mouse thriller between the professional assassin known as Villanelle and Eve Polastri, the ex-MI5 agent hunting her. Obsessed with each other, these two women move toward an inevitably deadly confrontation. 


Of Blood and Bone by Nora Roberts
Release Date: Early Dec
This is the sequel to Year One and returns to a post apocalyptic Earth where some survivors have strange and dangerous powers. Now those with powers, the Uncanny are forefront in rebuilding the world, but some have different and horrifying ideas of what it should be. 
The Iron Codex by David Mack
Release Date: Mid Jan
The sequel to Midnight Front finds the Allied magic users who fought the demonic forces summoned by the Nazis forced to return to duty to hunt down Nazi sorcerers who escaped the fall of the Reich. 


Killer of Kings by Matthew Harffy
Release Date: Mid Dec
The fourth in a historical fiction series set in 7th Century Saxon Britain and protagonist Beobrand is forced by royal command to abandon his blood feud and escort a party of holy men into the south. An easy job becomes a hard one when they cross paths with an invading enemy and Beobrand must once again fight for his life. 
The Gone World by Tom Sweterlitsch
Release Date: Mid Dec
This is a mix of science fiction and crime as Shannon Moss, a detective investigating the murder of a soldier’s family and his daughter’s disappearance begins to suspect a connection with the soldier’s involvement in government time travel experiments. To prove it though, she’ll have to do some time travelling of her own. Intense and clever thriller. 


The Lost Puzzler by Eyal Kless
Release Date: Mid Dec
A post-apocalyptic world where brutal factions fight for control of the cities and cyborg marauders roam the wastelands. Some parts of the advanced ancient cites are still sealed behind unbreakable security systems. Systems that will open only for certain rare people. The boy Rafik is one of these and there are those who want him to open what is closed and rekindle what was lost, but to what end? 
The Murder Pit by Mick Finlay
Release Date: Mid Dec
In Victorian London, if you’re rich and vexed by a mystery you go to see Mr Sherlock Holmes. If you’re not you instead go to see Arrowood, and if you can catch him between gin benders he’ll probably help. This second Arrowood mystery sees him investigating a missing girl, three dead children and an asylum with some unusual interests. Great gritty period crime.