A few minor late updates, since there were 4 new backlist things in the slushpile and a few more reasonably prominent established author self-pubs, plus the usual repeats.
Julie Schumacher offers a much-published 1995-Soho, 1997-Avon, and 1999-Harper Perennial contemporary litfic/drama: The Body is Water
Shirley Kennedy offers her 1999 Signet historical romance: The London Belle
Bobby Hutchinson offers a 2000 Harlequin medical thriller/romantic suspense set in Vancouver BC: Bobby Hutchinson
Hugh V. Clarke is an Australian writer who seems to have written a number of small-press (different small presses, mind you) history books over the course of several decades, and here is a 1985 International Book Services history of Australians who were: The Broke and the Broken: Life in the Great Depression
ISFDBed Locus award-nominee fellow MR member author Kathryn Lance offers a futuristic asteroid mining sfnal drama: The Ptorrigan Lode
Carina-published Robert Appleton offers a sci-fi romance: The Eleven Hour Fall (The Eleven Hour Fall Trilogy)
Bell Bridge Books-published Donna Ball offers a parents vs serial killer thriller: Shattered
She also repeats some of her previous titles.
Berkley-published Barbara Bretton offers another contemporary romance: The Edge of Forever
Loose ID-published Suzanne Rock offers the self-explanatory: Quick Fix (Ecstasy Spa, Book #1 (m/f Erotic Romance))
And just because this looks cracktastically delicious: 21 Bacon Dessert Recipes That You'll Wish You Would Have Tried Sooner (Diane's Desserts Series)
I wonder if it's got the recipe for Bacon Ice Cream I've seen floating around on the internet?
Backlist and established author repeats in romance, sf, mystery & crime thrillers, Christian fiction genres from Alicia Rasley, Barry Graham, Ruth Nestvold, Lisa Renee Jones, John Matthews, Martin Roth, Donna Ball, Rick Dewhurst, Gerrie Ferris Finger, L.T. Fawkes. A few new things in terms of horror, historical, and romance from small presses Post Mortem Press and Books We Love/BWLPP.
Happy reading, if you manage to pick up something you think you might like that's still free by the time you see it.