Quite a few books have snuck out without a post -
Jackals - by Charles L Grant. I really like southern noir and well-written pulpy horror and this fits the bill. Grant has a spare, sort of dreamy style that I really enjoy, and Jackals is interesting in that it feels like a window into a story that has been going on for a long, long time. You get little peeks backward, and there's so much intimation of history between the characters, but you mostly see them tired and old, at the end of the race. I really enjoyed it.
Check it out
EMP Aftermath series, by John Winchester - I've never done EMP/Survival before, but recently completed this trilogy for Tantor, and they're all out now (or about to be, anyway) -
Check out the first
And last but not least, Whistling Past the Graveyard, from Kevin J Anderson, who has written a huge number of books, worked with Brian Herbert on the continuing Dune saga, as well as the Jedi Academy trilogy. Whistling Past the Graveyard is a prequel to Kevin's epic Saga of Shadows series. This was a load of fun to do, and it's a real privilege to be one of the narrators in a series that includes George Guidall and Mark Boyett - even if I'm not pitching in the same league.
You'll probably appreciate it best if you have some familiarity with the other books in the series
And check out the rest of Kevin's oeuvre here -