I did find book six of the Codex Alera, which was one of the two I was missing. They didn't have book five, however.
FIRST LORD'S FURY by Jim Butcher
I also bought:
THE ACCIDENTAL SORCERER by K. E. Mills
This one looked fun. I don't know anything about the author or series. Orbit is a good imprint, however.
TREASON'S SHORE by Sherwood Smith
This is the fourth and final Inda novel. I'm excited to see how this involved series ends! It's a much slower type of fantasy than the Codex Alera, but very rewarding. Three cheers for fantastical politics!
MONSTROUS REGIMENT by Terry Pratchett
C'mon, it's Pratchett! I bought a UK edition. My local UBS always seem to have oodles of UK editions. Usually they're priced to compensate for the exchange rate, but this one wasn't. . . . almost makes up for the extra cost of the venti mass market. (You can't sell me on the ventis. I may not like trade paperbacks, but they're elegant and comfortable. As ebooks are becoming more popular, the functionality of the physical object should not be ignored.)
FROSTBITTEN by Kelley Armstrong
This series is not numbered. This series was just rereleased with new covers. It took me a minute or two to determine whether I already owned this book.
PHENOMENAL GIRL 5 by A. J. Menden
This one came from the short-lived Shomi imprint. It looks like the first book in a series that never happened. Fortunately, romances tend to stand alone well. I bought this due to my weakness for superheroes.
(If you like superheroes, you should enter my Barry Lyga contest! This is also the last day to enter to win FALLING UNDER by Gwen Hayes.)