Andreas Köstenberger has posted a best books of 2013 list here. I have summarized his list below but you really should read his full discussion.
1. William Baird, History of New Testament Research, vol. 3
2. Joel B. Green, gen. ed., Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, 2nd edition
3. N. T. Wright, Paul and the Faithfulness of God and Pauline Perspectives: Essays on Paul, 1978–2013
4. Thomas Schreiner, The King in His Beauty: A Biblical Theology of the Old and New Testaments
5. Michael Bird, Evangelical Theology: A Biblical and Systematic Introduction
6. James Hoffmeier and Dennis Magary, eds., Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith?
7. Steven Cowan and Terry Wilder, eds., In Defense of the Bible
8. Jason DeRouchie, ed., What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About
9. Stanley Porter and Gregory Fewster, Paul and Pseudepigraphy
10. David Trobisch, A User’s Guide to the Nestle-Aland 28 Greek New Testament
I am happy to say that I have seven out of the eleven books listed (N. T. has two volumes under #3).