Although I don't normally look this far ahead for a new read, I absolutely cannot wait to get my pretty little hands on:
The Five by Robert McCammon: A complex, mind-blowing story of a rock band's last days. The Five -- rage-filled frontman Nomad, lesbian drummer Berke, retro-inspired keyboardist Terry, self-possessed bassist Mike, and mellow vocalist/guitarist Ariel -- are winding down a tour in the Southwest. Both Terry and their manager want out, so this looks to be their last tour. Inspired by a chance meeting with a mysterious woman, they decide to write one final song as a team. What they don't know is that an unstable ex-Marine is stalking them, driven to assassinate them all. After he kills a band member, the remaining four of the Five dodge from gig to gig, pawns in a supernatural struggle far beyond their comprehension.
I've always loved Robert's work, from the epic apocalyptic vision of Swan Song, to the charm of Boy's Life, and to the more recent delights of Matthew Corbett (Speaks the Nightbird, The Queen of Bedlam, and Mister Slaughter). This is one that will definitely be making a prompt appearance on my bookshelves.