1. St. Augustine and the Civil War by Robert Redd (The Hist Pr, 2014).
The depth of research appears to be a cut above that typically found in local histories of this type, both in general and in comparison to others from the same publisher. If you didn't know already, Redd runs the Confederate Book Review website.
2. Civil War Arkansas, 1863: The Battle for a State by Mark K. Christ (Univ of Okla Pr, 2014).
This is a new paperback edition of Christ's fine 2010 book. It appears to be a straight reprint with no new material.
3. The Battle of Peach Tree Creek: Hood's First Sortie, July 20, 1864 by Robert D. Jenkins, Sr. (Mercer UP, 2014).
With the narrative part of the book more than 400 pages in length, this is a big battle study, the first of its kind for Peachtree Creek. My first impression is I like what I see. The bibliography is huge, heavy with primary sources, and the maps are acceptable in number and scale. Can't wait to delve in.