Iain M. Banks, Use of Weapons. SF novel of the Culture.
Marion Zimmer Bradley, The Inheritor. Horror.
Lincoln Child, The Third Gate. Thriller,
A. C. Crispin, Star Trek: Yesterday's Son. Television tie-in novel. Ann Crispin passed away last week; she will be missed.
"Amanda Cross" (Carolyn G. Heilbrun), A Trap for Fools. A Kate Fansler mystery. I met the author once, a very smart and personable woman; I was blown away several years later when I heard she committed suicide.
David Freer & Eric Flint, Rats, Bats & Vats. Humorous military SF.
Terry Goodkind, Faith of the Fallen, Naked Empire, The Pillars of Creation, and Soul of the Fire. Epic fantasies.
Kerry Greenwood, Heavenly Pleasures. A Corinna Chapman mystery.
James Grippando, The Abduction. Thriller.
Tom Holt, The Portable Door. Humorous fantasy.
William W. Johnstone & J. A. Johnstone, Matt Jensen: The Last Mountain Man: Massacre at Powder River. Western.
Arthur Koestler, Darkness at Noon. Novel.
Jonathan Letham & Karl Rusnak, Omega the Unknown. Graphic novel.
"Tabor Evans," Longarm and the Horse Thief. Number 269 in this long-running adult western series.
Melanie Rawn, Stronghold, The Dragon Token, and Skybowl. The Dragon Star fantasy trilogy.