For the first time in several months I've had time to get to some new books.
Glen Cook, Wicked Bronze Ambition Latest in an odd series, Garrett, P.I. It's a 30s like noir detective in a swords and sorcery setting. Fairly light and entertaining.
Mercedes Lackey, Eric Flint, David Freer, Burdens of the Dead Latest in the Heirs of Alexandria series. Which is an alt-history set around Venice and other parts of Europe of the mid 16th century. But in a world with magic, gods(multiple) and demons. I have the feeling that Freer did most of this book. I've read a lot by Lackey and Flint, and they have a much smoother and more professional prose than this book.
Mercedes Lackey, Steadfast Latest in her Elemental Masters series. Which isn't my favorite series by her. But it's decent.
Tad Williams, Happy Hour in Hell This is a sequel to The Dirty Streets of Heaven, which I think some people here were discussing several months ago.