That's the third and likely final Leverage tie-in novel The Bestseller Job, by frequent Star Trek novelist Greg Cox; the first two "Gin and Tonic" mysteries by Laura Anne Gilman (suricattus), writing as L.A. Kornetsky, about two amateur investigators in Seattle and the two pets who are kind of a Greek chorus wondering what the humans are up to; the third The Girl Who... novel by Cathrynne M. Valente catvalente, this one titled The Girl Who Soared Over Fairyland and Cut the Moon in Two; 7 Against Chaos, where Harlan Ellison got to write a comic again, this time finally taking a long-imagined story about a non-human race stopping at nothing to change history so that humanity would never evolve in the first place (Ellison once proposed the basic idea as a plot for the first Star Trek film); and The Night and the Land, fantasy-horror by someone I know, thanks to the Internet.
The Night and the Land is the first in a three-book series by Matt Spencer (happyspector) about some almost-but-not-quite human people living, fighting, and (in one case) loving and fucking in Brattleboro, Vermont. It's a novel and series where all hell breaks loose, more than once, and even at a national level. It'll build to actual factional war in the upcoming Book Two, including a chase scene I've read in draft form that might be the best stretch of writing Matt had done by then. The third book also includes a line FROM MY OWN JOURNAL that I gave Matt permission to quote. This really makes me smile.
The wheels of publishing can move slowly: Matt finished the first draft of this book in 2005. That year I also volunteered to offer editing/proofing advice; he emailed me the manuscript, I printed it, and I marked it up with grammar/spelling corrections plus suggestions on what to cut and what to expand. (And I remember a serendipitous moment of reading a dream sequence involving champagne when the Oasis song "Champagne Supernova" came on the radio.) I considered it practice for more word work, and it was fun. And now something I helped in a small way to get finished is out in the world... and I bought it! And I could. Best of luck from here, Matt. And the other authors whose work I got.