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Books 2017: 86-108

86-93. KJ Charles, An Unseen Attraction, An Unnatural Vice, The Magpie Lord, A Case of Possession, Flight of Magpies, Jackdaw, A Queer Trade, Rag and Bone. Ebooks, various dates.

Solid, fun historical romances (and historical fantasies) involving men who love men.

94. Karis Walsh, You Make Me Tremble. Bold Strokes Books, 2017.

Romance involving women who love women, the aftermath of an earthquake, and an animal sanctuary.

95. Kathleen Knowles, Taking Sides. Bold Strokes Books, 2017.

Romance involving Indiana's recent discriminatory law, a woman who is still in the closet to her mother, and the liberal political activist/campaign consultant (a woman called Trevor) with whom she falls in love.

96. Gun Brooke, Thorns of the Past. Bold Strokes Books, 2017.

Better than Brooke's SFnal efforts. A romantic thriller involving an ex-cop and an accountant.

97. Erin McKenzie, Where Love Leads. Bold Strokes Books, 2017

A romance involving school counselors, single mothers, and the aftermath of homophobic bullying and assault.

98. Missouri Vaun, Crossing the Wide Forever. Bold Strokes Books, 2017.

Historical romance involving women who love women, cross-dressing, and the American prairie.

99. Blythe Rippon, Benched. Ylva, 2017.

Romance involving a lawyer and a Supreme Court Justice. Complicated by the fact that neither of these people are any good at talking honestly (or listening) to each other.

100. Lauren Wright Douglas, The Always Anonymous Beast. Bella Books, 2010, first published 1987.

Interesting noir sort-of mystery involving blackmail and lesbians.

101. Margaret Killjoy, The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion. Tor.com Publishing, 2017. Forthcoming.

Read for review for Locus.

102. Ian McDonald, Luna: Wolf Moon. Gollancz, 2017.

Sequel to Luna: New Moon. Read for review for Strange Horizons.

103. K.S. Merbeth, Raid. Orbit, 2017.

Read for review for Locus.

104. Kat Howard, An Unkindness of Magicians. Saga Press, 2017.

Read for review for Locus. Really excellent.

105. Andrew Neil Gray and J.S. Herbison, The Ghost Line. Tor.com, 2017.

Read for review for Tor.com. Weird.

106. Vivian Shaw, Strange Practice. Orbit, 2017.

Read for review for Tor.com. Amazingly good. Read this.

107. April Daniels, Sovereign. Diversion Books, 2017.

Sequel to Dreadnought. Read for review for Tor.com. Really good.

108. Curtis Craddock, An Alchemy of Masques and Mirrors. Tor, 2017. Forthcoming.

Read for review for Tor.com. Really good.
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