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Martha Wells

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Stargate in Distance


I slept last night in Anxiety Dream City. My anxiety dreams have always been bad, but they seem to be uping their game. Probably because I feel like I'm behind on everything I should be doing. (I feel that way because I am behind on everything I need to do.)


* Ash and Silver by Carol Berg
Ever since the Order of the Equites Cinere stole his memory, his name, and his heart, thinking about the past makes Greenshank's head ache. After two years of rigorous training, he is almost ready to embrace the mission of the Order—to use selfless magic to heal the troubles of Navronne. But on his first assignment alone, the past comes racing back, threatening to drown him in conspiracy, grief, and murder. Book 2 of the Sanctuary Duet

* The Strange Crimes of Little Africa by Chesya Burke
The Strange Crimes of Little Africa is a historical mystery and follows Jaz Idawell on the vibrant, culturally fertile streets of art and literature in the 1920's Harlem Renaissance. Idawell, an anthropology student, stumbles upon the realization that she may have to sacrifice her cousin's freedom when she discovers evidence that her father, the first black traffic cop on the force, may be guilty of murder. Best friends with the indelible Zora Neal Hurston, the two women set out to find the truth about their wonderful world of Little Africa--Harlem, New York. I love mysteries set in the 20s and this sounds awesome.

* Rhythm of the Imperium by Jody Lynn Nye
Book Three in the View from the Imperium series from humorous SF master Jody Lynn Nye. Lieutenant Lord Thomas Kinago and his trusty constant companion, the unflappable Parsons, are back. And this time they've got a planet to save.

* Code of Conduct by Kristine Smith
Captain Jani Kilian's life should have ended in front of a firing squad. Instead, she evaded battlefield justice by dying in a transport crash. End of story, according to official Commonwealth Service records. But doctors repaired her in secret, using the most advanced Service Medical technologies available, or so they assured her. In the last days of the idomeni civil war, she escaped their homeworld of Shera, and spent the next 18 years on the run. But someone like Jani leaves a trail no matter how hard they try to hide it, and she soon learns the Service hunt for her never ended. When Interior Minister Evan van Reuter, her former lover, tracks her down and begs her help in finding his wife's killer, she has no choice but to agree.

* Nocturnall by Beth Bernobich - a River of Souls short story

* and The Ghost Dragon's Daughter by Beth Bernobich - a Seventy Kingdoms short story

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* Code of Conduct by Kristine Smith

This is a great series, and I'm glad to see it back in print.

Yes, I love this series and am glad that it's coming back into print. Thank you for the head's up, Martha!

I'm sorry to hear that the brain weasels are rampaging through your head at night.

OTOH, I was delighted to get an e-mail from Adagio Teas telling me that the sample tea packs are back in stock, as I plan on using several of the
Raksuran teas as stocking stuffers.

I was glad to see the sample tins back too -- I had meant to order a bunch to use as giveaways during cons and was shocked when they suddenly disappeared.

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