In addition, I'm just about to set out the following:
I recently binge-read both the Kate Daniels and The Edge books, and I'm looking forward to this one.
The there's TRIO OF SORCERY by Mercedes Lackey:
Unfortunately, I couldn't download and post the cover.
This book has three novellas, two of which contain some of my favorite fictional characters.
I was a huge fan of the Diana Tregarde books in the mid-1990s, and "Arcanum 101" has an early Diana story, when she was still studying at Harvard -- relevant to our location.
In "Drums", Jennifer Talldeer, another of my favorites, has to fight off an angry Osage ghost.
"Ghost in the Machine" was my introduction to Ellen McBride, who is a techno-shaman. Don't know what that is? Read this terrific collection to find out!
If you want something a little farther down the odd spectrum, try a collection of short stories: CARNIEPUNK.
This is a terrific collection by some of the best urban fantasy authors out there, including some of my favorite authors: Kevin Hearne, Nicole Peeler, Allison Pang, Jackie Kessler, and Jaye Wells. In addition, it was a great introduction to some new-to-me authors. I particularly liked Rob Thurman's story "Painted Love" which opens the collection, and Seanan McGuire's "The Daughter of the Midway, the Mermaid, and the Lovely, Open Sea." Check out the book and get an introduction to some terrific authors -- let me know who you liked best, and maybe we'll add their other books to the collection, too.
DRAGON'S TEETH by Mercedes Lackey:
Another cover I couldn't download. This volume contains a collection of short stories, FIDDLER FAIR (running the gamut from urban fantasy to Bardic fantasy to sci-fi to horror) and WEREHUNTER, a novella set in Lackey's Heralds of Voldemar world.
It's a great example of her depth and range.
I hope you come in and enjoy these books. Let me know which you liked best!