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There may be books in May. Maybe.

See also

  1. Skin Game - Jim Butcher (Dresden Files)
  2. Ghost Ship - Clive Cussler
  3. Suspicion - Joseph Finder
  4. Deeply Odd - Dean Koontz (Odd Thomas series)
  5. Drone Strike - Dale Brown & Jim DeFelice (Dreamland series)
  6. I Am Pilgrim - Terry Hayes
  7. The Director - David Ignatius
  8. Joyland - Stephen King
  9. The River Of Souls - Robert McCammon
  10. Confessions Of A Murder Suspect - James Patterson
  11. Proof: The Science Of Booze - Adam Rogers
  12. No Mercy - John Gilstrap
  13. Guardian - Alex London
  14. Black Lotus - K'wan
  15. The Very Quiet Cricket - Eric Carle

These books may be released in May. Some may have been released in April and some may be released in June or were not released at all. I am simply writing this to stay in good standing as I have no other ideas at this moment. I will write something better and more intelligent soon. I am also typing this in bold letters as you can see. Not that anyone reads anything I write here.

Also, I have not read any of these books. I have read a few of the Jim Butcher books in the past and possibly a James Patterson book. My favorite writers are Neil Gaiman and Ken Bruen, and I've read everything they have ever written; as of this moment it seems there is nothing new coming down the line from them.


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