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Future Treasures: The Miriam Black Series by Chuck Wendig

Sunday, September 6th, 2015 | Posted by John ONeill

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Chuck Wendig has had an impressive career as a game designer, screenwriter, Star Wars novelist, and paperback writer. James McGlothlin reviewed his supernatural mob crime novel The Blue Blazes for us here, and Kelly Swails called Blackbirds, the first novel in his Miriam Black┬áseries, “Punch-You-in-the-Face Good.”

Now the producers of Breaking Bad are adapting Miriam Black as a TV show, creating what The Guardian calls “a sassy, hard-boiled thriller with a paranormal slant” about a young woman who can see the darkest corners of the future.

Thunderbird Chuck Wendig-smallThe Miriam Black series was originally published as a paperback trilogy by Angry Robot in 2012-2013, but some volumes are already out of print. New publisher Saga Press (whom we profiled back in November) are re-releasing the first three books in the series in handsome new editions with brand new covers by Adam S. Doyle, in hardcover and trade paperback, and a brand new fourth book next April.

The first volume, Blackbirds, will be released this month, and the next three books in the series will be released over the next seven months. Here’s all the details:

Blackbirds (September 15, $26.99 in hardcover, $15.99 in trade paperback)
Mockingbird (October 20, 324 pages, $26.99 in hardcover, $15.99 in trade paperback)
The Cormorant (February 23, 2016, 352 pages, $27.99 in hardcover, $15.99 in trade paperback)
Thunderbird (April 5, 2016, 400 pages, $26.99 in hardcover)

The fourth and final book, Thunderbird, will be released for the first time in April of next year.

See all of our coverage of the best in upcoming fantasy here.

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