Taking shelter on an isolated Irish beach to work through a creative crisis, Peter is struck by lightning and begins to suffer headaches and nightmares that blur his perceptions of reality and warn him of imminent danger. A first novel.
Join a class of unlikely Ohioans who take cooking lessons at Lyle and Heidi Troyer’s Amish farm—including a woman engaged to marry, an expectant mother estranged from her family, a widowed mom seeking to simplify, a Vietnam vet who camps on the Troyers' farm and an Amish widower. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original.
Trapped somewhere between life and death, double agent Carlos Delacruz discovers that not only the people he cares about but every single soul in Brooklyn are in danger as his friends prepare for an unnatural war against the ghouls in charge. By the author of Midnight Taxi Tango. Original.
Clashing over exchanged insults that compromise their reputations, a woman running from her sordid past and a doctor's wife who depends on tenant income risk everything to protect shattering secrets. Simultaneous. 50,000 first printing.
Working hard to turn her family¡s cattle ranch into a place where wounded warriors can work, find a home and rebuild their souls, Afghanistan veteran Shaylene Crawford finds an ally on new arrival Reese Lockhart who has her back when someone tries to destroy her dream. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original.
Two brilliant kidnapping novels appearing here for the first time in three decades—and the first time ever in a single volume! Two precocious eight-year-old boys ... two teams of kidnappers, in way over their heads ... two opportunities for mayhem, danger and the trenchant social satire no crime writer has ever delivered like Gregory Mcdonald. Reissue.
A tale inspired by global labor sourcing in the fashion industry describes how a sweatshop fire reignites ethics controversies, embroiling a disgraced journalist and a whistleblower in an explosive courtroom drama. By the award-winning author of The Tears of Dark Water.
After his advances towards a sexy bartender are repeatedly rejected, Dalton Pierce of Pierce Construction offers to restore the bar back to its original glory, in the second novel of the series following Everywhere and Every Way. Original.
A mission gone wrong that has triggered political fires throughout Amberlough City finds gay double agent Cyril DePaul scheming to protect his smuggler lover, Aristide Makricosta, throughout the rise of a fascist government coup. A first novel.
A modern-day writer in San Francisco stumbles across the story of a local, immigrant dressmaker in 1876 who disappeared under mysterious circumstances and who may be connected to her through an heirloom engagement ring in her husband’s family. Original. 50,000 first printing.
A first novel by the award-winning naturalist and author of Riverwalking follows the experiences of a wealthy Alaskan timber and fishing industrialist whose plans for a lucrative bear-pit business are transformatively resisted by a pianist newcomer.
Joining her boyfriend's choir while planning the autumn menu for her family restaurant, Sally Solari investigates the suspicious falling death of a choir member, only to have the restaurant targeted as she begins to expose dangerous truths. Includes recipes. By the author of Dying for a Taste. 30,000 first printing.
As rumors of a serial killer haunt his Russian neighborhood, causing families to pack up and leave town without a word of warning, a young boy comes of age in a Soviet Union on the brink of collapse. Original.
After agreeing to help a mother find her missing son, London detective Nick Belsey follows a trail that leads straight to an A-list actress/musician who has started acting strangely. By the author of Deep Shelter. Original. 20,000 first printing.
Betrayed by Wesker in Washington, D.C., Alice, the only survivor in what was meant to be humanity’s final stand against the undead hordes, returns to Raccoon City where she joins forces with old friends and an unlikely ally to stop the Umbrella Corporation from gathering its forces for a final strike. Original. Movie and video-game tie-in.
Drawn to Raven Bella Stratton—the sexy, smart-mouthed bartender at the local bar—woodworker Dalton Pierce is determined to win her over by restoring the bar to its former glory—until he discovers that their pasts could destroy them both. Original. By the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of The Marriage Bargain.
Awakening in a cloning vat, streaked with blood and possessing no memory of how she died, new clone Maria Arena discovers the clones of six former starship crew members and must identify their murderers before the killer strikes again. Original. 50,000 first printing.
A collection of stories by the award-winning author of Bad Feminist explores the hardscrabble lives, passionate loves and quirky human connections experienced by diverse protagonists, including a woman who pretends she does not know that her husband and his identical twin switch places with her.
Swearing off men, Sissy Sue Bentley, the new owner of the local café, struggles with her growing feelings for cowboy Ben Sterling who keeps showing up whenever she needs help, especially when her past comes back with a vengeance. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original.
The tight-knit community of Blue Moon Mountain in Colorado find their paths twisting and colliding in unexpected ways after the town veterinarian commits a violent act, forcing them all to learn to navigate the line between violence and sex, tenderness and the hard edge of yearning and the often confusing paths of mourning and lust.
A socially awkward biotechnology tycoon, obsessed with exacting vengeance against a surgeon after his wife dies from medical complications, uses his resources to try to destroy the doctor's life while she reconnects with an ex to try to survive. By the author of Doing Harm.
A tale told from multiple perspectives traces the complicated relationship between Ann and Wade on a rugged landscape and how they came together in the aftermath of his first wife's imprisonment for a violent murder. A first novel.
In a town plagued by mysterious disappearances and unsolved crimes, one of which resulted in murder, young Stevie Clark is determined to find out what really happened to his best friend, Jude, who has been missing for several days, but the awful truth may be too horrifying to imagine. By the best-selling author of Brother and Within These Walls. Original.
A preternaturally gifted Hong Kong police detective reflects on his half-century career in reverse chronological flashbacks to major historical events, from the 1967 Leftist Riots bombing plot and the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre to the 1997 Handover and his final murder case. Reprint.
Fighting for her life against the despised Norman invaders, Fallon, a willful Saxon princess, is rescued from a certain death by the enemy, a powerful Norman warrior named Alaric, who conquers her body and soul. By a New York Times best-selling author. Reissue.
When the woman they both desire is in danger, two men who cannot live without her will stop at nothing to protect her life and satisfy every burning desire she has. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Original.
When good girl Margo Connelly becomes bodyguard Lamar "Striker" Jennings' latest assignment, she isn't sure which is more dangerous: the gangster targeting her, or the far-too-alluring protector tempting her to let loose. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original. 150,000 first printing.
When her half-brother tries to sell her off in exchange for a few Scottish horses, Lady Murine Carmichael runs straight into the arms of Dougall Buchanan, the man who refused to buy her virtue—and who becomes her protector as he helps her to escape. By a USA Today best-selling author. Simultaneous. Hardcover available. 500,000 first printing.
The women of the Sisterhood are united by their mission to help those unable to help themselves, but now they've encountered opponents who share a unique bond of their own, the ruthless law firm known as the Chessmen
When her mother dies, her boyfriend dumps her and she discovers she is pregnant, Willow returns to the Apache reservation she left behind where she must redefine what home means for her and decide if she can make a go of the legacy her mother left behind. By the author of The Firelight Girls. Original.
Highly sought for her premiere governesses, witty and elusive Eugenia Snowe clashes with brilliant inventor Ward Reeve, who resorts to everything including kidnapping to claim her heart. By a New York Times best-selling author. Simultaneous. 500,000 first printing.
With rumors swirling about the return of a 19th-century wraith that kills in fulfillment of an ancient bargain, Petra Dee, the daughter of an alchemist, and her coyote sidekick, Sig, must get ahead of the new sheriff in town and the unnatural being hunting them all when her partner Gabe is accused of murder. Original. 30,000 first printing.
The story of the Trojan War, told from the points of view of Krisayis, daughter of the High Priest of Troy and Briseis, princess of Pedasus, becomes a thrilling tale of love, revenge, destiny and determination.
Hating the spotlight but forced to use his celebrity to promote his new restaurant, a star football player longs to find a woman who loves him for himself before meeting a divorced chef who is reluctant to pursue a relationship with her attractive new employer. By the best-selling author of the Wild Riders series. Original.
When a peaceful demonstration at a black women's college is thrown into chaos by a racially motivated drive-by shooting, detective Sara Alt investigates a nearby murder only to discover that the victim is someone she arrested two years earlier.
Alarmed by his sister's raging meltdowns that point to a serious mental illness, a young man embarks on a quest for answers when his sister goes missing, an effort that is complicated by her seemingly devoted boyfriend's suspicious knowledge.
Entering the U.S. army after fleeing the Great Famine in Ireland, 17-year-old Thomas McNulty and his brother-in-arms, John Cole, experience the harrowing realities of the Indian wars and the American Civil War between the Wyoming plains and Tennessee. By the award-winning author of The Secret Scripture.
A single-volume collection of three alluring holiday-themed Play-by-Play novellas includes the tales, "Holiday Games," "Holiday on Ice" and "Hot Holiday Nights." By the best-selling author of the Wild Riders series. Original.
When a betrayal threatens aspiring musician Glory Greenleaf¡s big break, her former loverùand the man who put her brother in jailùSheriff Eli Barlow, will risk everything to make it right ... because the best way to love the girl from Whiskey Creek might mean setting her free forever. By a USA Today best-selling author. Original. 65,000 first printing.
A house fire threatens the existences of six tenants and their shadowy landlord, whose fates become intertwined as they evaluate their respective lives through intimate, poetic memories. By the award-winning author of Shadow of the Silk Road. 25,000 first printing.
When the assistant to the head of a secret White House department is killed by a hit-and-run driver, the event is tied to a warning to the U.S. president by a London branch of al-Qaida that is determined to prove its resilience. By the best-selling author of The Eagle Has Landed. (suspense).
An acclaimed horror editor presents 24 terrifying tales from such authors as Garth Nix, Livia Llewellyn, Richard Kadrey, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Laird Barron, Margo Lanagan and Gene Wolfe that remind us that evil is all around us. Original.
In the town of Cave Creek, Arizona, Mojo Sheepshanks finds her newfound happiness threatened by danger and a blackmailer threatening her sister as she and her cop boyfriend, Tucker Darroch, work to keep everyone safe. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Original. 400,000 first printing.
Collects holiday-themed mysteries by three fan-favorite authors including "Eggnog Murder" by Leslie Meierùin which a gift-wrapped bottle of eggnog proves to be a killer concoction for a Tinker¡s Cove local, and Lucy Stone must seek out the murdering mixologistùas well as "Death by Eggnog" by Lee Hollis and "Nogged Off" by Barbara Ross.
Two parallel stories take place on a college campus in Argentina, in one an attractive young woman tries to find herself while having risky sex with random strangers while another young woman attempts to seduce a professor to prove a theory on violence.
Forced to return to her husband, whom she fled three years earlier, English beauty Margot Armstrong must outmaneuver Arran McKenzie in games of espionage and seduction as their respective countries¡ fragile unity threatens to unravel. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original. 250,000 first printing.
Hamish McHugh, the new Duke of Murdoch, to make his sisters happy, fights his hardest battle yetùthe London Seasonùand decides to take on any challenge, including learning to waltz and Miss Megan Windham, the only woman who sees him as he truly is. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original. 75,000 first printing.
After falling in love with a mobster's daughter he met on a commuter train, law abiding Phil Vail becomes a crime boss in her family, but has to reconsider his position when an old friend, an ex-CEO, decides to run for president
When a civic-minded high-school senior is found brutally murdered on the opening night of the school play, town sheriff and family friend Del Goodman discovers unsettling truths about the victim's mesmerizing nature and the secrets that led to her death. By the author of The Dragon Keeper
Arrested after a body is found beside mathematical symbols written in blood, Gilmo, a North Korean national, is assigned to CIA operative Angela, who learns of his past in Pyongyang, where he was imprisoned for his father's religious beliefs before using his math genius to escape and navigate the criminal underworld.
Freya is hired by the eccentric, but very rich Vincetti family to care for their comatose heir, Elijah, but increasingly bizarre coincidences involving the Vincetti's corporate rivals makes Freya increasingly suspicious and afraid
In a first U.S. publication by a best-selling international author, two top analytical minds from Italy, both haunted by respective traumas, are recruited by the chief of Rome's major crimes unit to investigate the case of a woman's death and her young son's disappearance.
Two siblings traveling cross-country stop to visit the Twin Towers, which have mysteriously reappeared in the badlands of South Dakota, while the stillborn twin of Elvis Presley emerges from the Towers to live a life that never was.
When a Barcelona factory begins secretly producing a machine that is used for making nuclear weapons, Inspector O is recruited by an older friend to participate in an operation to disrupt the plans for shipping the machine to North Korea.
Follows the changing dynamics of an impoverished Bangalorean family who lived in a bug-infested shack until their family’s spice company became an overnight success and ushered them into a new way of life and a brand new set of challenges. Original.
As Jonah Steel and his therapist, Dr. Melanie Carmichael, try to ignore the desire brewing between them, ghosts from both their pasts surface and danger draws near. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original.
Unwilling to commit to a career woman who loves him but unable to stand her dating anyone else, a man who has forfeited his job in law enforcement sabotages her dates before realizing that he must prove himself. By a New York Times best-selling author. Simultaneous. 300,000 first printing.
Summoned to a houseboat on the Morava river, a group of friends, associates and collaborators of a former writer gather to hear him tell the story of his odyssey across Europe, where he visited places representing regional history and had haunting encounters with a compelling stranger. By the author of Don Juan.
Born to illiterate shepherds during the reign of Reza Shah Pahlavi, Bahram, a boy whose brilliance and intellectual promise are evident at an early age, becomes a fervent follower of Mohammad Mosaddegh and participates first-hand in his country's political and social upheavals
A family reshapes their ideas about family, love and loyalty when youngest son Claude reveals increasingly determined preferences for girls' clothing and accessories and refuses to stay silent. By the author of Goodbye for Now.
Contemplating suicide after being diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor, a man who once had it all accepts a stranger's proposition to kill two deserving men only to spot familiarities at the crime scenes that reveal a past he has forgotten. 25,000 first printing.
"An omnibus of the first four books in the USA TODAY bestselling fantasy series--collected together for the first time in one volume. Jade Crow is a sorceress hiding from the most powerful sorcerer in the world: her ex-boyfriend. Gamer. Nerd. Sorceress. Jade Crow lives a quiet life running her comic book and game store in Wylde, Idaho, hiding from a powerful sorcerer who wants to eat her heart and take her powers--her ex-boyfriend Samir. Yet when dark powers threaten her friends' lives, Jade must save them by using magic. But as soon as she does, her nemesis will find her and she won't be able to stand up against him when he comes. This is the collection of the first seven volumes of the Hugo Award nominated series: Justice Calling; Murder of Crows; Pack of Lies; and Hunting Season"
When their friendship turns into something more, Dr. Rhys Gray and Miss Margaret Babcock, no longer able to deny their connection, find the scruples of society and jealous intentions weighing heavily upon their newfound relationship. By a national best-selling author. Original.
Resolving to leave her secrets behind when she gets married, a young lawyer is strangely drawn to a convicted killer during her first murder case in ways that shape her psychologically charged relationship with a young neighbor years later.
Spotting her own picture in a classified ad referencing a mysterious website, Zoe discovers that other women who have appeared in the ad have become the victims of increasingly violent crimes. Discussion guide available online. By the international best-selling author of I Let You Go.
When three friendsùRiley, who was dumped by her fiancTe three weeks before her wedding; expectant mother Jo; and Noel, who has given up on ever finding her perfect matchùvisit a shopping-mall Santa, they find their Christmas wishes coming true. Original. 100,000 first printing.
The return of his overbearing mother and other local dramas compel Bertie to consider moving away from Scotland Street, where newfound love, an estranged marriage and a high-profile guest render his grandmother's home a tempting alternative. Original.
A conclusion to the trilogy that began with A Lasting Impression follows the efforts of master violinist Rebekah Carrington to convince a skeptical conductor and his possessive mistress that women are not too frail for the rigors of an orchestra. Original.
A short story collection by the award-winning author of Before Hiroshima traces the experiences of everyday citizens, expats and travelers in Mexico whose lives are turned upside down by the violence and chaos of the drug cartels.
Nursing a broken heart after his long-distance love, Mina, becomes engaged to another man in 1796, Walter Scott moves to England where he meets an older French girl who shows him the difference between a first love and a true love. Original. 17,000 first printing.
Investigating an attempt on his life after his return to the CIA, Court Gentry follows clues to an old friend, who has been taken hostage by the Chinese for his role in tracking down an insider from a Chinese covert computer warfare unit. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Back Blast.
Working as a prostitute near the pristine beaches and turquoise seas of Jamaica to pay for a younger sister's education, Margot hopes that a new hotel that is reshaping her home will grant her financial independence and allow her to pursue a forbidden affair with another woman
Declared illegitimate and without a title, Camille Westcott leaves London to teach at the Bath orphanage where she meets artist Joel Cunningham with whom she shares a mutual contempt until her sittings with him take a passionate turn. By the New York Times best-selling author of Someone to Love. Original.
Three generations of a Jewish-American family endure the difficult challenges of the Depression and the Cold War while pursuing dreams of better lives and reflecting on painful experiences from their earlier lives in Moscow. A first novel.
"In 1919, the four Turner sisters and their parents are barely scraping along. Their father is a low-paid boot stitcher in Johnson City, NY, and the Turners are always one paycheck away from eviction. When their father's hand is crushed and he's forced to quit, their domineering mother decides that the vaudeville stage is their best--and only--chance for salvation. With everything at stake, the Tumbling Turners take to the road and the four young women, teenagers Gert, Winnie, and Kit, and Nell, a 22-year-old new mother and recent widow of the Great War, are soon immersed in the tumultuous world of American Vaudeville on a nine-city tour that will make or break them. Swindlers and ne'er-do-wells await in abundance, but so does kindness, and just maybe a chance at love. Equal parts heartwarming, charming, and reflective, The Tumbling Turner Sisters is the story of the sacrifices we make in the name of family, and how the most unlikely choice can ultimately be the one to lead us toward our truest selves"
Navigating the disease, deceit and treachery of the glittering Restoration court, 10-year-old Anne, the niece of King Charles, becomes a political pawn in a troubled Stuart dynasty as she embarks on an unlikely journey to becoming queen. A first novel by the author of The Woman Who Thought Too Much.
As strange currents begin to surround Xanther and inexplicable entities invade the dreams of the twins, they begin to fear the release of a creature who will destroy all hope, in the fourth installment of the innovative graphic novel series. Original.
Forced to move back home to Harmony Harbor after she and her young daughter are left homeless by a fire, Sophie DiRossi must confront her darkest secrets when she comes face-to-face with firefighter Liam Gallagher, the only man she has ever loved. By a USA Today best-selling author. Original. 75,000 first printing.
Returning home after finishing an 11-year prison term, a man finds himself surrounded by revenge and hostility before his fate collides with that of a desperate woman and her daughter who endure an exhaustive, terrorizing night involving the death of a deputy. 40,000 first printing.
Decades after two boys go missing from a juvenile detention center in rural Iceland, a single father investigates alleged abuse at the center before discovering baffling links between the long-ago disappearance and the accident that killed his ex-wife. By an international best-selling author.
When art restorer and aspiring artist Emily Price meets and marries Chef Benito Hillam, who spirits her off to Italy, she, trying to change Italy instead of letting it change her, and alienating herself from his tight-knit family in the process, wonders if she will ever really fit into Ben¡s world, especially after long-hidden family secrets come to light. Original.
Called to investigate the murder of a victim he is shocked to recognize, newly appointed investigations commander Avraham Avraham risks the ire of his colleagues when the only suspect is identified as a policeman who has gone missing. Original. 20,000 first printing.
A follow-up to History of a Pleasure Seeker finds European adventurer Piet Barol navigating the turbulence and opportunities of South Africa's Cape Colony of 1914 in the face of dwindling funds and a business prospect that would use contraband materials.
Follows three generations of men and women from a war-torn family in Pennsylvania as they grieve those lost during both World Wars and Vietnam in this new novel by the prize-winning author of The Sojourn.
From the New York Times best-selling author of The American Heiress and creator/writer of the new Masterpiece/PBS drama Victoria comes a novel about the 18-year-old girl who became a great queen. TV tie-in.
When her betrothed, William, must leave their tight-knit Amish community to save his father¡s ailing business, Rebecca Sommer, despite her relatives¡ disapproval and her own fears, goes to work by his side, but his growing interest in English ways may be the one challenge even her steadfast faith cannot meet. Original.
The USA Today best-selling author presents a brand new contemporary romance series that centers around a small-town wedding chapel and will appeal to fans of Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr and Sherryl Woods. Original. 75,000 first printing.
Separating from her faithless husband, only to be drawn into the investigation of his disappearance, a young woman travels to a remote region of the southern Peloponnese, where she traces the failure of the relationship and discovers how little she knew about the man she once loved.
Two orphaned soulmates—one a piano prodigy, the other a dancing savant—dream up a plan for the most extraordinary circus show the world has ever seen against a backdrop of the Great Depression. By the award-winning author of Lullabies for Little Criminals.
A novel based on the true story of a Jewish-Polish family recounts how the Kurcs are scattered throughout the world by the horrors of World War II and fight respective hardships to survive, reach safety and find each other. Includes a family tree.
An official prequel to the best-selling series finds Trisk and her hated rival, Kal, rendered fugitives after a world-saving experiment gone wrong gives way to the rise of a paranormal species that wages war against a weaker human race. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author.
A follow-up to The Gates of Evangeline finds expectant mother Charlie Cates suffering from prophetic dreams about a threat against her unborn daughter before discovering the astonishing identities of two double murder victims.
Hap, a former flower-power activist and self-proclaimed white trash rebel, teams up with Leonard, a hardened, gay, Vietnam vet to investigate the murder of a young black man who was conducting his own civilian investigation into the white cop that was stalking his sister. 35,000 first printing.
A young woman who conveys messages from the dead to support herself crosses a dangerous line when she falls in love with one of her clients, whose wife died under mysterious circumstances. A first novel. 50,000 first printing.
After her police colleague and lover, Eik, is jailed over his surprising connection to an 18-year-old missing-person case—which ended up in murder—Louise Rick must put aside her emotions to find the killer. By the #1 international best-selling author of The Killing Forest. 75,000 first printing.
A 14-year-old boy pretends to seduce a girl to steal a copy of Playboy before discovering that she is his computer-loving soulmate against a backdrop of late-1980s teen pop-culture trends. A first novel.
A tale set in an alternate-universe England where the lower classes must endure 10 years of forced service to magically powered rulers follows the exploits of a rebellious teen and his knowledge-seeking older sister, who spark a rebellion while a dangerous young aristocrat uses dark magic to remake the world. A first novel.
In the summer of 1920 in small-town Indiana, two extraordinary women—beautiful Ottie Lee Henshaw and Calla Destry, a young black woman—cross paths and they soon move through an America plagued by fear and hatred, determined to flee the secrets they have left behind. By the author of Neverhome. 40,000 first printing.
A woman from a family of take-no-prisoners police detectives relocates from Brooklyn to Dallas, where she tackles adversaries ranging from drug cartels and cult leaders to difficult vagrants and society wives before a first major investigation is challenged by unruly subordinates, a stalker, a criminal organization and an unsupportive girlfriend. 40,000 first printing.
A young woman who wants to escape the challenges of being able to see ghosts pursues a college education and a budding romance before the apparition of a missing young woman prompts her to help. By the award-winning author of Little Sinners and Other Stories.
Letters and journals reveal the struggles, affairs, deceptions and triumphs of five members of a village choir during World War II as they band together to survive the upheavals of war and village intrigue on the English home front. A first novel.
Learning survival skills and considering a relationship with the woman who restarted his heart, reluctant zombie R watches as helicopters appear on the horizon to restore order in his undead, mysterious world. By the author of the New York Times best-selling Warm Bodies.
A heartwarming collection of stories follows four friends, who meet at Mrs. Rochambeaux¡s Gentle School for Girls, as they find an old sixpence in their bedchamber and decide that it will be the lucky coin for each of their weddings, in a book that includes contributions from Julia Quinn, Elizabeth Boyle, Stefanie Sloane and Laura Lee Guhrke. Original. 200,000 first printing.
The New York Times best-selling author of A View From the Cheap Seats presents a bravura rendering of the major Norse pantheon that traces the genesis of the legendary nine worlds and the exploits of its characters, illuminating the characters and natures of iconic figures Odin, Thor and Loki.
The lesser-known family story behind Abraham Zapruder's film footage of the Kennedy assassination and its lasting impact, told by Zapruder's granddaughter, draws on personal records and previously sealed archives to trace the film's role in the media, courts, government and arts community. 50,000 first printing.
Living a mostly peaceful existence in her small suburban hometown where she struggles to ignore the dysfunctional people in her life, Faith discovers mysterious artifacts that make her question a promising new relationship and everything she believes. By the best-selling author of The View From Penthouse B. 35,000 first printing.
After a young couple moves into their new house, only to find a body in their garden that just may be that of the long-missing 14-year-old Amanda Knight, Bill Slider must try to find a killer, in a case where most of the suspects are long-dead as well. By the author of Hard Going.
A fantastical retelling of Shakespeare's The Tempest is told from the perspective of the daughter of a powerful magus, who grows up in protective isolation before finding solace and companionship with the bewitched feral youth who serves her father. By the best-selling author of the Kushiel's Legacy series.
Former MI6 officer Thomas Kell takes the law into his own hands when an unexpected chance at revenge compels him to track a top Russian spy in possession of a terrifying secret, only to find himself embroiled in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse. By the best-selling author of The Trinity Six.
When his family is slaughtered and his wife frames him for their deaths, Bastien Cabarro goes on the run for 10 years before taking a chance to clear his name by placing his fate in the hands of his betrayer's sister, who struggles to choose between their friendship and her duty. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author.
After being unexpectedly fired by, Demeter Farlowe, her brilliant and creative boss, Katie Brenner retreats to her family's farm to help them set up a vacation business, but when Demeter shows up out of the blue, Katie has a new chance at re-evaluating—and resetting—her life. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author.
A Japanese American girl must confront her past, which included fatally stabbing a playground bully, when she returns to Japan after receiving a mysterious package that might have something to do with the death of her violinist father.
In an attempt to achieve peace, Anat, the leader of the Katazyrna world-ship and the most fearsome raiding force on the Outer Rim, offers the hand of her daughter, Jayd, who has a unique ability, to her rival, while her sister Zan assembles a band of cast-off warriors to rescue Jayd, but their mission does not go as well. By a Hugo Award winner.
Narrates twenty-four hours in the relationship of Jon Sigurdsson, a civil servant who is on the run after deciding to leak secrets of the corrupt government department he works in and Meg Williams, a failed accountant and recovering alcoholic
Navy SEAL dropout Mitchum must expose the truth when his brother is excused of murder but maintains his innocence, despite rumors that he was involved with the victim's wife. By a #1 best-selling author. Original.
In the summer of 1938, Art Oveson of the Salt Lake City Missing Persons¡ Bureau investigates the disappearance of Clive Underhill, a wealthy English motorist, and the subsequent murder of his younger brother, and must follow a murky trail that leads him to his best friend and former partner. By the author of the Tony Hillerman Prize-winning City of Saints.
Investigating the brutal murder of a wealthy businessman's granddaughter, Gus Murphy navigates a minefield of hostile police, street gangs and a Russian mercenary with ties to heinous crimes committed decades earlier in Vietnam and Russia. By the author of Where It Hurts.
A Tokyo press officer attached to the cold case of a 7-year-old's abduction 14 years earlier investigates a disturbing anomaly, only to be stymied by an unimaginable discovery. By an internationally best-selling author.
An official novelization of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story coming to theaters December 2016 is set prior to the events of Star Wars: A New Hope and follows a band of rebels on a daring mission to steal the Death Star plans. Movie tie-in.
When a particularly intimidating criminal and his cold-blooded posse escape from prison, Cole and Hitch join their Territorial lawmen team to capture the fugitives and rescue a woman who was kidnapped during the escape. By the best-selling author of Robert B. Parker's Blackjack.
Tells the story of Christina Olson, who served as the host and inspiration for artist Andrew Wyeth, despite an incapacitating illness. By the New York Times best-selling author of Orphan Train. 350,000 first printing.
While Gemma James investigates the murder of a young nanny who appears to be one of a series of victims, Duncan Kincaid uncovers disturbing information about seemingly unrelated cases that may be putting his friends and family into mortal danger. By the New York Times best-selling author of To Dwell in Darkness. 100,000 first printing.
Spending an investigative night at a local castle reputed to be haunted, Sergeant Hamish Macbeth and his policeman associate, Clumsy, discover a dead body that suddenly goes missing. By the New York Times best-selling author of the Agatha Raisin series. 50,000 first printing.
Homicide detective Casey Duncan and fellow deputy, Will, are stranded in a blizzard, only to discover a captive former resident and two murder victims who may or may not have been targeted by an outsider in their off-the-grid community. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of City of the Lost.
A first U.S. case for Detective Sergeant McAvoy finds the British investigator assisting the NYPD in the aftermath of a shooting attack that has killed a promising young boxer and left his legendary coach in a coma. By the best-selling author of Taking Pity.
Bridget Jones finds herself unexpectedly pregnant at the eleventh hour. However, her joyful pregnancy is dominated by one crucial but awkward question --who is the father? Could it be honorable, decent, notable human rights lawyer, Mark Darcy? Or, is it charming, witty, and totally despicable, Daniel Cleaver?
Traces the intricately linked lives of a grieving family and an ardent Evangelical patriarch who has assassinated a small-town abortion doctor in the name of God. By the award-winning author of We Were the Mulvaneys. 100,000 first printing.
Draws on previously untapped firsthand testimonies and recovered court transcripts to present a scholarly account of the 1955 lynching of Emmett Till and its role in launching the civil rights movement. By the award-winning author of Blood Done Sign My Name.
A debut installment in a series about aging, time, love and the nature of stories examines the dynamics of pop culture, meditation and harvests in a world growing more bordered and exclusive. By the Booker Prize-nominated author of How to Be Both.
A first English translation by an award-winning Spanish author follows the nightmarish experiences of a dying woman and a boy beside her hospital bed, who explore the dynamics of broken souls, toxic relationships and the power and desperation of family.
"When Ettie's husband dies, her daughter, Iza, insists that she give up the family house in the countryside and move to Budapest. Displaced from her community and her home, Ettie tries to find her place in this new life. Iza's Ballad is the story of a woman who loses her life's companion and a mother trying to get close to a daughter whom she has never truly known. It is about the meeting of the old-fashioned and the modern worlds and the beliefs we construct over a lifetime. Beautifully translated by the poet George Szirtes, this is a profoundly moving novel with the unforgettable power of Magda Szabo's award-winning The Door"
Working for a 1990s small-community video rental store under threat by a major chain competitor, Jeremy is reluctantly drawn into a mystery involving chilling footage of criminal activity that has been recorded onto the store's VHS tapes. By the author of Wolf in White Van.
An anthology of short science fiction stories and essays from China, edited by the translator of the best-selling The Three-Body Problem, represents a diverse array of subgenres and includes entries that have won awards and critical acclaim.
After the demise of the Pope, 118 cardinals converge on the Sistine Chapel to cast their votes in the world's most secretive election, where ambition and rivalry play out over the course of 72 hours. By the best-selling author of Fatherland.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Sympathizer presents a new collection of stories, written over a 20-year period, which explores questions of home, family, immigration, the American experience and the relationships and desires for self-fulfillment that define our lives.
In early 1900s Korea, prized daughter Sunja finds herself pregnant and alone, bringing shame on her family until a young tubercular minister offers to marry her and bring her to Japan, in the saga of one family bound together as their faith and identity are called into question. Reading-group guide available. By a national best-selling author. 150,000 first printing.
Driven to live life to its fullest while she still can, a housing expert for the elderly balances her challenging career with the cares of her loved ones, in a tale that juxtaposes her interconnected social circle in England against her contacts in an idyllic expat community in the Canary Islands. By the author of The Sea Lady.
Chronicles the daring survival story of a cotton plantation slave in Georgia, who, after suffering at the hands of both her owners and fellow slaves, races through the Underground Railroad with a relentless slave-catcher close behind
The discovery of a seemingly abandoned yacht floating in the English Channel with blood stains on the deck launches Inspector French into a world of high-powered banking, luxury, shady characters and international double-crossing. Original.
While serving as the Left Hand of the Devil, Isobel has her power tested as she tries to figure out the cause of a growing and mysterious danger throughout the Territory, in a sequel to Silver on the Road.
A follow-up to A Certain Age traces a scandalous Jazz Age love triangle involving a rugged Prohibition agent, a saucy redheaded flapper and a debonair Princetonian from a wealthy family. 100,000 first printing.
Captain Brooke Grant, Sergeant Walks Many Miles and Representative Thomas "The Chairman" Stanton continue their hunt for Islamic terrorist mastermind The Falcon, who has marked them for death. Co-written by the New York Times best-selling author of Duplicity. 100,000 first printing.
Joining a psychologist's utopian experiment involving children collectively raised apart from their biological families, a pregnant teen struggles with the group's growing hostilities and funding challenges while fighting her feelings for the doctor. 75,000 first printing.
Returning to the Kenya farm where she spent her childhood, Rachel is confronted by her father's controlling new companion, rising political tensions and a secret society of Kenyans determined to oust the British, a situation that is further complicated by a secret from the past and a relationship that compels her into a dire betrayal.
A lifelong friendship shared among four women is shattered when a wine-filled vacation game involving the confessions of dark secrets gives way to an anonymous rant about deeply held resentments. A first novel. 100,000 first printing.
Working full-time for a non-profit organization and sending her daughter to an integrated school, Karen is forced to rethink her liberal ideals in the face of her do-gooder husband's questionable priorities and her daughter's struggles with bullying. By the author of I'm So Happy for You. 50,000 first printing.
A novel in stories illuminates the ways in which families are created by being torn apart, in a debut that explores the intersection of human experience against a backdrop of the minutiae of everyday life as experienced by a Buffalo, New York hostess.
When the murder of a surprisingly hated local disrupts preparations for the annual Inversgail Literature Festival in Scotland, the owner of a new bookshop and an ambitious investigative reporter comb through the victim's hate mail for clues about who was the killer.
Living in an alternate world of flying cars, moon bases and plentiful food, aimless Tom Barren is blindsided by an accident of fate that leads to a time-travel mishap that lands him in our less-than-ideal 2016, where he discovers wonderful unexpected versions of his own life.
A viral scandal draws notorious celebrity golfer Reed Stewart back to his tiny Indiana hometown, where he reunites with small business owner Becky Flowers in ways that challenge their perceptions about each other. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of the Princess Diaries series. Simultaneous. 100,000 first printing.
After Jack and his wife get lost on a day trip outside Las Vegas, they run into a desert hermit who has no intention of providing assistance and also encounter a kidnapped runaway and her mentally unstable and possibly dangerous abductor. Original.
A sequel to The Windshaw Legacy follows the years after two young girls have a frightening encounter with an eccentric neighbor before embarking on lives shaped by a glamour-seeking parent, a university mentor's painful confrontation, a dual murder investigation and an employer's terrifying secret.
Hitting the byways of the Sunshine State to shoot their own episodes of a favorite classic television show, proud Floridian Serge A. Storms and his perpetually toked sidekick, Coleman, find themselves confronting a large-scale underworld operation to rig the state lottery. 75,000 first printing.
When a sleepwalker who has experienced episodes of near violence while unconscious goes missing, her eldest daughter, Lianna, finds herself drawn to a lead detective who seems to know more than he is revealing. By the author of The Guest Room. (suspense). Simultaneous.
Devastated by the death of the beloved wife who was a shining exception in a life otherwise marked by minimal accomplishments, Hunter Cady takes his wife's ashes and flees west, where he finds himself in encounters with eccentrics ranging from an overzealous Renaissance Faire worker to a raucous troop of bachelorettes. A first novel.
Living with her parents in a nearly abandoned counterculture commune, 14-year-old Linda finds her perspectives and desires changed by the scandal-marked arrest of a teacher and the secrets of a new neighbor family as she wrestles with the consequences of actions and failures in the name of love.
A tale inspired by a true story follows the efforts of a Civil War veteran to discern the truth about his teen bride, who during the two years he was at war was convicted and imprisoned for allegedly having a baby in his absence and killing it. A first novel by the award-winning playwright of Overnight Lows
A tale inspired by the life and death of Mata Hari is presented as a series of letters written from prison on the eve of her death and includes her reflections on her childhood in a small Dutch town, her unhappy years as the wife of an alcoholic diplomat, her rise to celebrity in Europe and the choices that led to her execution for espionage.
The technological ambitions of a new headmaster at an insolvent prep school reignite old demons for a curmudgeonly Latin teacher who remembers a sociopathic young outcast from decades earlier who knows the teacher's dangerous secret. By the best-selling author of Chocolat.
When Body Armor security guard Leese Phelps is hired to protect Catalina Nicholson, he is immediately drawn to her, which is a dangerous complication, especially since it could be the very man who hired Leese who's threatening her. By a New York Times best-selling author. Simultaneous. Mass market edition includes a bonus story.
A U.S. debut from a best-selling European author follows the first posting of a rookie policeman in a peaceful Northern Iceland fishing village, where a suspicious injury and a murder reveal explosive local secrets.
Two brothers growing up in a Mumbai slum are raised by an obsessive father to become cricket stars only to have their relationship, future and senses of self threatened by unexpected dynamics that shape their coming-of-age. By the award-winning author of The White Tiger
Forced to resume an old undercover identity as an al-Qaida jihadi to unmask a CIA mole, John Wells gets close to an ISIS prisoner in a secret Bulgarian prison, where he confronts the profoundly cruel and ambitious plans of increasingly formidable terrorist organizations.
A woman prone to panic attacks in the aftermath of a violent kidnapping relocates to a cousin's home in Boston, where a neighbor's murder embroils her in speculation about her cousin's nature and the intentions of an appealing stranger. 100,000 first printing.
A tale set in the aftermath of Desert Storm finds a British journalist who avoids his family and a reckless American private seeking redemption after failing to save the life of a young girl. By the award-winning author of Norwegian by Night. 30,000 first printing.
SFPD homicide inspector Gavin Cain is forced to set aside a cold case when a ruthless killer attempts to blackmail San Francisco's mayor with exposures of grisly secrets unless the mayor commits suicide. By the author of The Poison Artist. 20,000 first printing.
An NYC trend spotter returns to her Stockholm borough home to discover the truth about her missing brother's alleged ties to ISIS, while a human rights researcher discovers she may be unwittingly contributing to the dark agendas of powerful forces. By the author of The Swimmer. 75,000 first printing.
The secretary of a successful psychiatrist is drawn into the seemingly picture-perfect life of her boss and his wife before discovering a complex web of controlling behaviors and secrets that gradually reveal profound and dangerous flaws in the couple's relationship.
A television crime reporter desperate to recharge her flagging career becomes an unwitting accomplice to an attention-hungry serial killer at the center of the decade's biggest murder investigation. By the award-winning author of Rubbernecker.
Two women, who met in an art class in college and instantly became best friends, try to salvage their relationship after their successful animated filmmaking partnership nearly destroys their personal lives nearly a decade later.
In a brilliantly conceived portrait of contemporary life that interrogates the state of modern manhood while bringing to life the physical and emotional terrain of an increasingly globalized Europe, nine men, at different stages in life, strive to understand what it means to be alive, hear and now.
A fleeting crush becomes a dangerous obsession for a family woman who shares an intense encounter with a man she meets at a dinner party before a chilling act of violence marks the first of a series of horrifying events. By the best-selling author of The Ophelia Cut.
An anthology of 15 signature classics by the late author of such best-sellers as Billy Bathgate has stories hand-selected by Doctorow himself and includes the tales "The Water Works," "Jolene," "All the Time in the World" and many more
Published for the first time in English in more than a century, a new translation of Dumas' forgotten sequel to The Three Musketeers continues the dramatic tale of Cardinal Richelieu and his implacable enemies. 25,000 first printing.
Delighted when a Yankee rookie decides to rehabilitate from an injury in her town, diehard fan Cora happily accepts his invitation to a pool party only to be embroiled in a mystery when some of the guests are killed. By the author of Presumed Puzzled.
Moving to London with her two young sons in the wake of a family collapse, a writer endures personal, moral, artistic and practical transitions while confronting difficult questions about her vulnerability and power. By the author of Aftermath.
A single child born in 1947 experiences four parallel lifetimes poignantly marked by shifting family fortunes, athletic pursuits, friendships, sex, intellectual passions and the same intriguing woman. By the best-selling author of Winter Journal.
Leading the perfect life after becoming someone else, Zoe Whittaker, married to a handsome Wall Street tycoon and a member of Manhattan¡s social elite, finds her past coming back to haunt her and must decide who she can trust before she vanishes completely. By the New York Times best-selling author of Binds That Tie. Original.
A first novel commemorating the unsung heroines of World War II traces the experiences of two military nurses who fight for survival and care for others in a makeshift medical unit and a POW camp, enduring dangerous existences while waiting for the war to end. 100,000 first printing.
Embarking on a walk across the unsafe landscape of Manhattan on New Year's Eve in 1984, 85-year-old Lillian Boxfish recalls her long and eventful life, which included a brief reign as the highest-paid advertising woman in America, whose career was cut short by marriage and loss. By the author of O, Democracy!
Presents simple recipes that use common ingredients found in most kitchens, including such dishes as lamb chops with walnut, chiles, and honey salsa verde, cod with a crab and herb crust, Turkish pasta with feta, yogurt, and dill, and melon granita
When his restful vacation among the northern California redwoods is hampered by claustrophobia and a grizzly that forces him to retreat up a tree, war veteran Peter Ash discovers a hanging platform where a journalist who has escaped a kidnapping is hiding from gun-toting captors.
A gripping suspense tale set in 1960s New York and inspired by true events follows the investigation of a cocktail waitress whose two young children have been brutally murdered and a rookie tabloid reporter who would uncover the truth. A first novel. 25,000 first printing.
Rescuing a severely traumatized survivor of a violent house invasion that ended the life of her obsessive husband, New York lieutenant Eve Dallas makes unsettling discoveries about the victim while struggling to piece together baffling clues about the killer. Includes full-color poster. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author.
While her brother is under arrest in Sydney for a series of brutal murders, Detective Harriet Blue is sent out of town to investigate the disappearance of three young people in the middle of the Western Australian desert
The toppling of a Middle Eastern government renders a decades-old case urgent for covert army intelligence retiree Dan Chase, who must fight for his life to escape a past he had hoped to leave behind. By the best-selling author of the Jane Whitefield series.
Fleeing the memories of her part in an accident that left three children dead in Switzerland, Pilgrim moves to Africa, where the appearance of a box filled with an albino's remains, a dark omen to the locals, leads her to try to get rid of it, despite the fact that she feels as if she's being followed. Original.
When her reluctance to treat the newborn of a white supremacist couple results in the child's death, a black nurse is placed on trial and is aided by a white public defender who urges her not to bring up race in the courtroom
A #1 New York Times best-selling author delivers the conclusion to her acclaimed series, a passionate Regency-era drama where intrigue and danger play out on the high seas and in exotic tropical jungles, ultimately reaching a dazzling climax in the glittering ballrooms of London. Simultaneous. 400,000 first printing.
A fantasy debut by an award-winning writer from Australia depicts a 13-kingdom city in a mythical rainforest where a destitute girl escapes her family's plot to sell her into slavery in order to take work under a ruling goddess and gain sympathy for the plight of the city's slaves.
When a cache of priceless paintings goes missing at the height of the holiday season on Park Avenue, dashing French detective Luc Moncrief takes a crash course in the art of the steal to stop a cold-blooded killer. Original. 500,000 first printing.
After waking up from a coma, Special Agent Griffin Deck, on the verge of discovering the mastermind behind a human-trafficking case, and his partner, Special Agent Kate Copolla, get an unexpected lead from an 18-year-old girl and her little sister, victims of an illegal adoption. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original.
Shocked when her father is implicated in the murders of two Civil War reenactors, Charlie Moreau reunites with former flame and Krewe of Hunters agent Ethan Delaney on a Mississippi River cruise to find the real killer. By a New York Times best-selling author. Simultaneous. Hardcover available. 350,000 first printing.
A wrenching emotional battle ensues between an undocumented Mexican single mother and an Indian-American chef who cannot have children when the latter is placed in the care of the former's son during an immigration detention. By the author of The Prayer Room.
A debut novel inspired by Russian fairy tales follows the experiences of a wild young girl who taps the mysterious powers of a precious necklace given to her father years earlier to save her village from dark and dangerous forces. A first novel.
A latest entry in the popular series, set after the cliffhanger ending of Feverborn, continues the adventures of fan-favorite characters Mac and Barrons, who fight side by side to protect Dublin from deadly and power-hungry factions.
Desperately trying to survive in a lawless, post-nuclear America, Kid, accidentally joining a bloodthirsty raider crew, travels across a desolate and deadly land, dodging debts, leaving a trail of carnage in her wake and discovering that humans are far worse than the monsters. Original. 75,000 first printing.
When the drowning of a small-town high school senior is determined to be a murder, the ensuing investigation is told from the viewpoints of the victim's mother, an accused black graduate student, the victim's best friend and a rescue diver. 40,000 first printing.
Becoming profoundly unmotivated after being dumped by her French boyfriend, a summa cum laude graduate takes a job in the admissions department of a prestigious school, where she endures a season of nasty applicants, winsome underdogs and pushy parents. A first novel.
A debut novel by the critically acclaimed author of White Man's Problems follows the experiences of a hardscrabble youth in 1960s Philadelphia who finds both his salvation and undoing in a multiracial basketball team that engages in a dubious business deal.
Pursuing a life in New York after establishing herself as an artist, Siobhan forges a deep bond with billionaire Derick Miller only to see the roller-coaster dynamics of their relationship forcing them apart. Original.
As the Civil War comes ever closer to her vulnerable village of St. Francisville in Louisiana, young Amrie St. Pierre is forced to grow up quickly when she encounters a Union captain named Gabriel who threatens to destroy all she holds dear
A happy engagement between Clare and her NYPD detective boyfriend is hampered by a mysterious inheritance, the poisoning of their ring designer and a cold case involving a sunken ship, an Italian curse, a charming jewel thief and a shocking family secret.
Caring for a kitty regular at the side of her Lhasa Apso sidekick, Dixie discovers a dead body in the parlor of her client's home before being trapped in a maze of intrigue and danger that implicates her in a series of deaths. By the authors of The Cat Sitter's Pajamas.
A U.S. release of an award-winning, controversial best-seller from South Korea follows the aftermath of a young boy's shocking death during a violent student uprising as told from the perspectives of the event's victims and their loved ones.
A collection of three stories about love and knitting includes Susan Mallery's "Coming Unraveled," in which Robyn Mulligan returns home to run her grandmother's knitting store and meets handsome T. J. Passman. Includes knitting patterns. By a trio of New York Times best-selling authors. Reissue. 400,000 first printing.
When a sleepwalker who has experienced episodes of near violence while unconscious goes missing, her eldest daughter, Lianna, finds herself drawn to a lead detective who seems to know more than he is revealing. By the author of The Guest Room.
After a double murder begins a shooting spree through the wilds of Oregon, Quincy and Rainie's main suspect is the older brother of the 13-year-old orphan they plan to adopt. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Find Her.
Maverick investigator John Rebus gains dangerous enemies upon reopening a cold case from the 1970s involving the murder of a wealthy socialite. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Even Dogs in the Wild. 50,000 first printing.
Surprised by a nearly 100-year-old new client who refuses to explain the reason she needs his services at their first session, Alex Delaware is shocked by the woman's subsequent murder and teams up with detective Milo Sturgis to investigate her mysterious life and death. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author.
Struggling to make peace with her goddess powers and her daughter's destiny to save the world, Charley finds herself targeted by forces from hell who would see her banished to another dimension. By the RITA Award-winning author of First Grave on the Right.
Hired by a wealthy banker to undermine an extortionist who has threatened to reveal personal secrets unless he receives multiple grand sums, John Quincannon and Sabina Carpenter find the case turning deadly when a courier is found dead in a locked room.
Investigating a grisly murder in a business tycoon's Stockholm residence, detective Peter Lindgren and psychological profiler Hanne Lagerlind-Sch÷n navigate complications in their own relationship while tracking down the businessman, who may have been having an affair with the victim.
A collection of stories written annually at Christmas by the best-selling author of Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? include tales of trees with magical powers, a tinsel baby that talks, flying dogs, philosophical fairies and a haunted house.
A sequel to the best-selling Married Men continues the story of best friends Kyle, Wil, Allan and Jay, who question their loyalties after teaming up to clear escaped convict Jay's name. 75,000 first printing.