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.
Peril at the Exhibition by Nev March
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.
My Imaginary Mary by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows
It’s aliiiiiiiive! New York Times bestselling authors of My Lady Jane are back with the electric, poetic, and (almost) historical tale of the one and only Mary Shelley.
In the Face of the Sun by Denny S. Bryce
In this haunting novel, the author of Wild Women and the Blues weaves together two stories as they unfold decades apart, as a woman on the run from an abusive husband joins her intrepid aunt as they head across the country from Chicago to Los Angeles, and confront a painful and shadowy past that has reverberated across generations.
The Last Queen: A Novel of Courage and Resistance by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s new book, “The Last Queen: A Novel of Courage and Resistance,” tells the story of Maharani Jindan, the last queen of the Sikh Empire.