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The Nameless Restaurant

Perfect for fans of Travis Baldree’s Legends & Lattes and Junpei Inuzuka’s Restaurant to Another World, The Nameless Restaurant follows a restaurant in Toronto that is magically hidden, whose service is horrible, but whose food is divine.

Shigidi and the Brass Head of Obalufon

A mythic tale of disgruntled African gods, revenge, and a heist across two worlds to reclaim a stolen artifact of power, perfect for fans of Nnedi Okorafor, Neil Gaiman, Marlon James, and Karen Lord.

Shield Maiden

A retelling of Beowulf’s battle with a dragon, featuring a fierce young woman trying to reclaim her power.

The Ghost Ring

Simon Moody’s mom inherits her wealthy Uncle Edmund’s estate. The only problem is, they have to leave Brooklyn, move to the little town of Caligo Falls and make the infamous Wilder House, built by Edmund’s grandfather in 1905, their home.

The Gold Archive: Through the Valley of Shadows

A look at the Star Trek: Discovery episode of the same name and how the time crystal at its heart reflects the show as a whole and the vital role the episode plays in the continuing voyages of the Discovery, Michael Burnham and Chris Pike.

A Stranger in the Citadel

A complex novel of humanity’s passion for the written word. At the revolutionary crossroads of magic, betrayal, and long-forgotten truths, a naïve, compassionate royal and a determined, hunted librarian discover a dangerous world.

The Legend of Charlie Fish

As an unlikely found-family flees toward Galveston, a psychic young girl bonds with Charlie Fish, an enigmatic gill-man. Meanwhile, they are pursued by bounty hunters determined to profit from the spectacle of Charlie.

Eventide, Water City

The sequel to Midnight, Water City follows a detective from the depths of earth’s oceans to the moon as he unravels a cosmic conspiracy that threatens to destroy the remnants of human life.

Constellations of Ruin

The debut collection by Andrew S. Fuller includes dark strange gritty humorous powerful stories about octopi, dancing houses, space fungi, gargoyles, wishes, circus wagons, books, tiny cities, and more. “Entirely transporting” says Publishers Weekly.