Meghan Gilliss’s debut is a brilliant and heartbreaking novel about addiction, doubt, marriage, motherhood, and learning to see in the dark.
Girl, Interrupted meets American Horror Story in 1970s Staten Island, as the New York Times bestselling author of The Orphan Collector blends fact, fiction, and the urban legend of Cropsey for a haunting story about a young woman mistakenly imprisoned at Willowbrook State School – the real state-run institution that Geraldo Rivera would later expose for its horrifying abuses.
American Fever marks the entrance on the international literary scene of the brilliant fresh voice of Dur e Aziz Amna.
Captain Jim Agnihotri and his new bride, Diana Framji, return in Nev March’s Peril at the Exposition, the follow up to March’s award-winning, Edgar finalist debut, Murder in Old Bombay.
A tale of friendship, hardship, redemption, and love between a San Francisco baker and a barbecue master from Texas.
What can a professional networking society do to boost a career? This book is worth being tired in the morning because you stayed up late to finish it.
New-age Sedona, Arizona seemed like the perfect place to open up a bookstore devoted to healing. But when a member of a local cancer survivor support book club goes missing, will this group’s sleuthing skills be enough to find her?
Author Ellen Hopkins wrote the best case against the current scourge of book banning. Most, if not all, of her deep dives into the challenges teens face are banned. Why? Because they’re real. There is no sugar coating. There is no topic she refuses to explore. She has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of young adults who needed to read what she has written in book after book. In this essay, she unapologetically stands tall in the case against book banning. Please read, and if you ever face a book banning enthusiast, you’ll be armed with the truth.
A delicious summer read and an exploration of family, responsibility, ambition and loss, Vacationland is sure to be a novel to embrace and get lost in.
Chanel Cleeton continues her engrossing Perez Sisters saga with Isabel’s story (1964) and her mother Alicia’s story (1936), not in their former home in Havana, Cuba, or their current home in exile, Palm Beach, Florida, but primarily in Barcelona, Spain.