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Coming From EOS Books In September 2008

EOS Books, the science fiction, fantasy and horror imprint of Harper Collins has the following books set for publication during the month of September:

Every Which Way But Dead

Kim Harrison 9/2/2008
There’s no witch in Cincinnati tougher, sexier, or more screwed up than bounty hunter Rachel Morgan, who’s already put her love life and soul in dire jeopardy through her determined efforts to bring criminal night creatures to justice.

The Servants

Michael Marshall Smith 9/9/2008
For young Mark, the world has turned as bleak and gray as the Brighton winter. Separated from his real father and home in London, he’s come to live with his mother and her new husband in an old house near the sea. He spends his days alone, trying to master the skateboard, while other boys his age are in school. He hates the unwanted stepfather who barged into Mark’s life to rob him of joy. Worst of all, his once-vibrant mother has grown listless and weary, no longer interested in anything beyond her sitting room.

Daylight Runner

Oisin McGann 9/23/2008
Outside the huge domed city, an Ice Age has transformed Earth into an Arctic desert. But inside, the Machine, protected by the Clockworkers—a fearsome police organization—has become the source of the city’s energy and a way for industrial leaders to wield enormous power. When a rogue organization begins posting messages warning of the Machine’s impending failure, civil unrest grows.

Dreaming Again

Jack Dann 9/30/2008
Thirty-five New Stories Celebrating the Wild Side of Australian Fiction

Dark Rain

Tony Richards 9/30/2008
Raine’s Landing, Massachusetts, can’t be located on any map. On the surface it appears an ordinary New England small town, but anyone who stumbles in wants to leave immediately . . . and once gone, they forget they were ever there. Real magic pervades this village of shadows, practiced by powerful adepts descended from the original Salem witches. But a curse has made it impossible for any resident to step beyond the town line. Those born here must die here as well.
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